The Giants Gave Up A Touchdown On Third And 33

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New York Giants co-owner John Mara said after the 2014 season he wanted to fire everybody following a late-season loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars.

None of the ineffectiveness stopped in the second half as the Rams continued to roll.

ABOUT THE RAMS (5-2): Todd Gurley, who ranks fifth in the league with 627 rushing yards, is seeking his fourth straight 100-yard performance on the road. Rams receivers were running wide open deep downfield in the first half. After a three-and-out by the Giants that prompted boos from a scant crowd, Jared Goff dropped back into the pocket and aired it out to Sammy Watkins, who easily beat Giants corner Landon Collins in one-on-one coverage.

The 2017 Rams, through eight games: 263 points. It was his first touchdown with the Rams and the longest of his career.

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - The Rams delivered a Giant beatdown on Sunday.

The quick-strike Rams scored touchdowns on six drives through the first three quarters, none of them taking more than 3:35. That's an average of 2.5 points per minute.

Manning completed 20 of 36 passes for 220 yards, two touchdowns and an interception to go with his fumble. They blocked a punt.

Please refresh this page for more stats, updates and player reactions... The Giants are still winless at home, also the first time they have started 0-4 at home since 1980. They eased off the gas in the third quarter with a 48-10 lead.

Rams' place kicker Greg Zuerlein continued his excellent season going a flawless 9-for-9 on kick attempts, including three field goals and six extra points. Last November, they scored a total of 50 points in four games. Goff has thrown 13 touchdown passes this season, eight more than he did in one less game as a rookie. Receiver Robert Woods, who entered the game without a touchdown for the Rams, got two touchdowns Sunday and caught four passes for 70 yards.

The Rams' good fortunate started early.

Four plays later, and after a long Gurley run, the Rams took a 7-0 lead on Goff's 8-yard touchdown pass to tight end Tyler Higbee. He followed that with a nine-yard run to set the Rams up well in the red zone. But a NY missed field goal as time expired in the second quarter kept the Rams with a 27-10 lead at halftime. The Giants were driving again, and were particularly effective on the ground, and reached midfield when Rams linebacker Alec Ogletree burst into the NY backfield and stripped the ball from running back Wayne Gallman Jr. A couple of penalties had the Rams facing third-and-33 from their own 48-yard line. Eli Manning piloted a 72-yard touchdown drive once the Rams were up 38 points, but there were three turnovers and just as little life to the Giants offense as we saw on defense.

At that point, the Rams were up 48-10.

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