NY Giants Season Ends in Bad Loss to Washington 22-7

The New York Giants fell, 22-7, to the Washington Football Team in their regular season finale at MetLife Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Washington improved to 7-10 on the season, while New York ended the 2021 season with a 4-13 mark. This is just the second 13-loss season in Giants history and the sixth-straight game in which the Giants lost by 10 or more points.

The Giants are now 10-23 under Joe Judge, 19-46 under Dave Gettleman, 22-59 since their last winning season (2016) and 61-100 since their last Super Bowl championship.

The Giants’ lack of faith in the offense was on full display at the end of the first half. On second-and-11 from the two-yard line, the Giants had Jake Fromm run a QB sneak up the middle. On third-and-9 on the following play from the four-yard line, the Giants called for the sneak again, failed to convert and promptly punted the ball.

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