New York Giants Lose Game and Destiny to Eagles

Posted: 14th December 2009 by Richard Resch in NFL
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Every week I write a "Five Keys To Victory" article, which focuses on five aspects of the game that the Giants must concentrate on in order to win. Let's take a look at my five keys to this game and assess how the Giants performed.

1. Sack McNabb The Giants managed just one sack of Donovan McNabb, and it wasn't even a real sack; it was Osi Umenyiora's strip of the ball that was ruled an incomplete pass by one ref. The Giants brought no pressure, and McNabb was able to feel at home in the pocket. Ever since that 12-sack game, I don't think McNabb has had an easier, more leisurely day than when he's facing the Giants. Verdict: Fail

2. Cover Jackson DeSean Jackson was able to embarrass the Giants secondary for six receptions, 178 yards, and a demoralizing 60-yard touchdo ...

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