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20 November 2017, 03:15 | Ruben Stone
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That'll be enough to get the win. Reid said in his post-game press conference. That's his thing. He's supposed to get working what wasn't before it and get his team to relentlessly put away an opponent. "I need to make sure I do my job better".
In their best performance of the year, NY held the Chiefs' fifth-ranked offense to just nine points while creating three turnovers, including two interceptions of Smith, who had just one pick all season entering Week 11.
As it turned out, the defender did get his hands on him twice - one time before he caught it and once on the ground. I thought the guys stepped up, were excited about the opportunity and we wanted to go get the win. McAdoo responded by using nearly every trick play in the book to get a win. The Giants forced three on Sunday alone, beginning with an interception by an improbable defender. Before anyone could get too excited, though, Rosas reminded everyone that this is still 2017 and these are still the Giants when he missed the extra-point attempt to leave the score at 6-0. They give up scores to tight ends every week and home-run touchdowns to wide receivers, and the Chiefs had Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill. With the way that the Eagles have played as a whole this season, it's nearly inevitable that they will win the division once again. However, the Giants were unable to do anything with it and Brad Wing punted the ball back to the Chiefs, pinning them deep in their own territory. There was also the awful play of desperation, asking Kelce to throw a tight end option pass that became an easy arm-punt INT.
"The redemption - I thought Janoris Jenkins played his tail off", coach Ben McAdoo said. Numerous times on Sunday in that very situation, Reid called plays designed for back-up tight ends Ross Travis and Demetrius Harris. But he played his tail off. While that streak would end, Kelce still hauled in eight passes for 109 yards, including a 32-yarder to jumpstart the Chiefs' game-tying drive that resulted in a 23-yard field goal at the end of regulation.
Player of the game: Giants safety Landon Collins was all over the place, recording 14 tackles, a tackle for loss and an interception. The Giants have plenty of areas in which they can improve - they've been outscored by 88 points during a 1-8 start and are coming off a 31-21 loss at previously winless San Francisco, which prompted a candid meeting. If Kansas City can't get a pass rush going against this team, they have major problems. The Chiefs received the ball first just as it looked like their offense was ready to start rolling. The cornerback who had been in the midst of two weeks of turmoil with his team, first serving a one-game suspension and then loafing on several plays against the 49ers, came up with the biggest defensive play of the game when he intercepted Alex Smith with 2:07 remaining and the score tied.
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