Giants Rally To Beat Cardinals In Historic Comeback Win

The Giants rallied from 21 points down to shock the Arizona Cardinals 31 to 28.

The Giants were shutout in the first half of the game, meaning they hadn’t scored a single point through the first six quarters of the season. After exchanging touchdowns with the Cardinals in the third quarter the Giants then scored 24 straight points.

The Giants tied the game on a Daniel Jones touchdown pass to Isaiah Hodgins and then Graham Gano put them in front with a 34-yard field go with just 19 seconds left. The win ties a franchise record for the largest come from behind victory.

The only setback came when running back Saquon Barkley injured his leg late in the 4th quarter. He’s scheduled to have an MRI on Monday.

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