Eli Manning engineered another furious comeback by leading the Giants to two touchdowns in less than three minutes and he finally got a huge helping hand — literally. Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul capped off the signature game of his blossoming career by blocking Dan Bailey’s 47-yard field goal attempt with one second remaining to stun the Dallas Cowboys, 37-34, and keep the Giants’ season alive.
“The best thing is we got our season back tonight,” team CEO John Mara said. “It would be nice to have an easy win for a change, but I don’t know if that is in our DNA.”
The Giants (7-6) proved that there is still life and plenty of fight left in them. Big Blue not only halted a four-game losing streak in dramatic fashion, the Giants now have a firmer grasp on their playoff fate while at the same time delivering what could potentially be a fatal blow to Dallas’ postseason hopes.
Dallas Cowboys choked in the fourth quarter against the New York Jets! The Cowboys lead by 14 points in the fourth quarter but couldn’t hold on… smh. The Jets scored the finally 17 points. Congrats to Plaxico Burress making his first TD catch as a JET! (Sept. 11th, 2011)
An emotionally charged day for the Jets ended with an unlikely comeback as Nick Folk kicked a 50-yard field goal with 27 seconds left, giving them a 27-24 victory over the Dallas Cowboys in the final game of the NFL’s first full Sunday with the commemoration of the 10-year anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks as a backdrop.
Now isn’t this just embarrassing! Like a male groupie on national television, Tashard had a black sharpie and white gloves in hand (and probably a disposable camera in his back pocket)… Dallas Cowboy player Tashard Choice ask Michael Vick for his autograph after losing in their own home stadium. Vick’s big plays sank the Cowboys, 30-27. (12-12-10)
That’s like someone punching you in the face then saying thanx! Michael Vick even pats Tashard Choice on the head afterward.