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Giants reach new low with 30-6 drubbing at hands of Raiders

by Guest Blogger

The New York Giants played their first-ever game in Nevada on Sunday afternoon when they faced off against the Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium.

There were lots of storylines heading into the game as the Raiders were playing their first game under interim head coach Antonio Pierce and offensive coordinator Bo Hardegree and were starting a rookie (Aidan O’Connell) at quarterback.

The Giants finally had quarterback Daniel Jones under center again and had left tackle Andrew Thomas in the lineup for the first time since Week 1.

That did not last for very long, however. Jones injured his knee in the first quarter, leaving the Giants’ offense to sputter through another frustrating game.

By halftime, it was 24-0 and the rout was on.

The Giants fall to 2-7 on this forgettable season, which has officially reached ‘circling the drain’ status. The Giants did very few things right in this game and were outmatched and outclassed by a very average Raiders team under a makeshift coaching staff.

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