Giants Go 6-1; Manning Completes Comeback

By on October 26, 2008 in

Almost halfway through their 2008 season the defending Super Bowl Champion, New York Giants are looking like a team intent on getting back to the big game. The Giants completed a comeback against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday to improve to 6-1. That record is good for first place in the NFC East. Good news for the Giants who will face two East rivals in the next two weeks in the Cowboys and the Eagles.

Down 14-9 in the fourth quarter the Giants relied on a little luck and Manning’s arm to complete a 12 point comeback. With a backup snapper in the game the Steelers snapped the ball into the endzone on a punt attempt resulting in a safety and possession for the Giants. Eli Manning led the Giants down the field completing the drive with a TD pass to Kevin Boss. The Giants held their 21-14 lead for the eventual win.

The Giants will host the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday 11/2. Giants tickets still available for this and all 2008 games at Giants Stadium.


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