New York Giants
DST - NYG
This Week Outlook
The New York Giants D/ST held the Dallas Cowboys to 19 points on 307 total yards while recording six sacks and intercepting one pass in Sunday's win.
The New York Giants D/ST was much improved behind new defensive coordinator Patrick Graham in 2020, and they very nearly carried the Giants to the playoffs after a slow start to the year.
The New York Giants D/ST allowed 27 points on 432 total yards while recovering one fumble and being held without a sack for the first time this season.
The Giants had no answers for the Baltimore rushing attack as the Ravens ran for 249 yards against them and averaged 6.2 yards per carry. The 432 yards allowed are the second-most they have allowed in a game this season behind only the 442 yards they allowed to the Eagles in Week 7. They face off against the Cowboys in Week 17 at home.
The New York Giants D/ST allowed 20 points on 392 total yards while recording one sack and not forcing any turnovers in Sunday's loss to the Cleveland Browns.
With the New York offense struggling to do anything on Sunday night, the New York Giants D/ST did not have much of a chance to hold the Cleveland offense in check. They will look to bounce back in Week 16 but will have to do so against Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens.
The New York Giants D/ST allowed 26 points on 390 total yards while recording one sack and not forcing any turnovers in Sunday's loss to the Arizona Cardinals.
The New York Giants D/ST has been playing very well under defensive coordinator Patrick Graham, but they were unable to hold up against Kyler Murray and the Arizona offense while the Giants offense struggled and put them in tough spots all day. They will look to bounce back next week against the Browns at home.
The New York Giants D/ST held Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks to just 10 points on 327 total yards in the team's Week 13 win. They intercepted one pass and recovered one fumble.
Giants defensive coordinator Patrick Graham has this New York Giants D/ST playing better down the stretch, and they have now allowed 17 or fewer points in three straight games. They face a tough task in Week 14 with Kyler Murray and the Cardinals coming to New Jersey.