For the first time this season, the Giants are preparing for a game, coming off of a victory, after the Thursday Night win last week against the Redskins.

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“The energy in the facility is different,” said Giants offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz, to ‘Armen and Levack’ on 104.5 The Team. “After the game, the locker-room is completely different. So the positive energy kind of radiates throughout the entire when you win.”

The Giants lost their first two games of the year in historic fashion, becoming the first franchise to have a double digit lead in the 4th quarter and blow. The 32-31 final against the Redskins saw the Giants play more of a complete game than we had seen in 2015.

“We came in the fourth quarter and held our lead, so it was good. I’m glad we won, we needed that victory as a team, we played well. Washington came in having the number one rushing the offense in the NFL, they limited them pretty well and then offensively we needed to score a couple more touchdowns in the red zone, but we’re not turning the ball over and Eli is super efficient right now.”

The Giants have the tough task of going up against Rex Ryan’s defense and the Bills, this weekend at 1p ET in Buffalo.

Giants offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz joins ‘Armen and Levack’ every Tuesday at 4:45p ET, sponsored by McLane Food Service, exclusively on 104.5 the Team.