The New York Giants vs the New York Jets on Sunday was one of the worst National Football League games I have ever seen.  The Jets end up winning in overtime 13-10 when they should've lost the game.  The Giants had seven passing yards for the entire game which is pathetic and they lost both Tyrod Taylor and Darren Waller to injuries.  Tommy DeVito was in at quarterback and didn't really do anything but the defense kept both teams in the game.  Zach Wilson led the Jets down the field with 24 seconds left to kick a game tying field goal to force overtime.  It was as brutal of a loss as you can get for the Giants because several people were even tweeting that the Gmen had won the game.  Below is my quick take on this from the Times Union:
The Giants season is officially over after Sunday's overtime loss to the Jets. Running back Saquon Barkley was the only bright spot offensively and with the injury to backup quarterback Tyrod Taylor the season is about to get ugly the rest of the way. Giants win the game if Graham Gano makes a 35-yard field goal, but he misses, and the New York Jets win a very ugly game. The Jets are now 4-3 and their dreams of making the playoffs are still alive.
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MJ and I were joined by our good friend ESPN NFL Nation reporter for the Giants Jordan Raanan earlier this morning right here on Big Board Sports.  Below is our full interview with him.

I thought my former colleague Andrew Catalon had a great call alongside Tiki Barber and Matt Ryan.  Next up for the Jets is the Chargers on Monday Night and the Giants play the Raiders Sunday at 4:25.  The Jets could make the playoffs and the season is unfortunately over for the Giants.

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