No Turnovers = Victory

Ahmad Bradshaw had a Monster Day with Three Touchdowns

Isn’t it weird that when the Giants don’t turn the ball over, they win ballgames?? Pulling out a victory against the surprising Bills is just what this team needed. But after Fred Jackson’s 80 yard touchdown rush in the first quarter, I thought the Giants were doomed. I even texted Sammywestside, “The Giants are going to get their ass kicked.” But unexpectedly, the Giants made the right adjustments and put together a win. Corey Webster was able to come back from his embarrassing missed tackle on the Bills’ second touchdown and had two crucial fourth quarter picks. After not being able to establish the running game early, Ahmad Bradshaw bounced back and ran for over 108 yards and three touchdowns. Eli Manning looked pretty elite as well. Even though he didn’t throw a touchdown pass, he was consistent and he didn’t put the ball in harms way.  It also seems like he found his new favorite target in tight end Jake Ballard. The former Buckeye had five catches for 81 yards. Coming into the bye week, I am satisfied with the Giants’ 4-2 record. After next week, the Giants have another must-win game against the win-less Miami Dolphins. Let’s hope the GMen can grab all the wins they can get before they reach the brutal part of the schedule.

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