Atrocious. Unforgivable. Unforgettable.
The New York Giants’ give-a-crap level was embarrassingly low Sunday in Baltimore at the exact time and in the exact location it should have been remarkably high.
Oh sure, the Giants ran plays and they probably tried to pick up some yardage, maybe make a few tackles, block some Ravens, occasionally run solid routes that were good enough to pick up first downs. They did all that at M&T Bank Stadium, but they did none of it well or with the passion and execution necessary to succeed in what was as close to a must-win, no-tomorrow game as they have been in since the Super Bowl.
The Giants’ 33-14 loss to the Ravens was, simply put, an abomination and a black mark on this proud, healthy franchise.
Case-in-point is Corey Webster’s total disregard for giving full effort through the whistle on the 43-yard completion to Torrey Smith…
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