The night for the New York Giants did not get off to the start that they wanted on their trip to Washington to take on the Redskins. They fell behind early, 14-0, and just couldn’t seem to really get anything together.
In the second quarter, though, they finally got something to hang their hat on.
Running back Andre Brown capped a six-play, 74-yard drive in about the middle of the second quarter to finally get the Giants on the board and back in the game with this 23-yard touchdown run:
That score was definitely needed as it looked like the Redskins may be able to run away with this one early. But, you never count out a Tom Coughlin coached team, because you never know what–or in this case, who– he’s going to throw at you.
At the two-minute warning, the Redskins are still clinging to that 14-7 lead, but if the Giants are able to keep pounding the rock like this, we may be in for a different story in the second half.