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Well it’s too early to call the 4-0 New York Giants, Perfect. They’re playing some impressive football. Yesterday afternoon without star reiceve Plaxico Burress (suspended this game for violating team rules), the Giants showed no signs of letting up, demolishing the Seattle Seahawks 44-6. The Giants rolled up 523 yards of offense. They rushed for 254 yards. They gained 27 first downs. They gained 14 rushing first downs and five touchdowns.
Brandon Jacobs (136 rushing yards, two TDs) did the hammering on the Giants’ first three plays — runs of 9, 6 and 44 yards. That led to the Hixon score.
From there, the Giants’ offense found it could run it, throw it, catch it, pound it, chuck it deep — just pick a play. As the game wore on, Seahawks defenders were too often flattened on the ground instead of in the mix making tackles. Heck, it was going so good for the Giants that up 37-6 late in the third quarter, they showed Burress (suspended this game for violating team rules) up on the scoreboard making that winning catch in Super Bowl XLII.
Who could blame the Seahawks for thinking it was just one more of the eight Giants scores on the day.
Several of them in the locker room afterward seemed dazed. Here was a sampling:
Julian Peterson: “We can’t point any fingers after this one. Everybody messed up.”
Julius Jones: “We just got whipped. No way around it. At this level, this is what happens when one team wants a game very, very badly and they happen to be a good team. A Super Bowl champion team.”
By Thomas George l NFL.com / Young Steaman l Home Team.
|1989||4-0||12-4||Lost in first round|
|1990||10-0||13-3||Won Super Bowl XXV|