Giants March Into Mile High And Beat The Broncos Just Like Everyone Expected

New York Giants v Denver Broncos


Okay maybe that’s a bit excessive. But after eating 5 different shitburgers so far this season, it was nice to finally get on the board while also blowing up a ton of Suvivor Pools.

Did Benny get back on track by becoming a slob again after wearing pants that would fit me to the game?

I’m not ready to say yes, but I’m also not ready to say no. Then again, it could have been Benny Mac turning the play calling over to Mike Sullivan AKA Yung Bill Walsh, who looked STUNNING tonight in that jacket with the oversized NY as the (turns on Frank The Tank singing voice) “Play caller in redddd”.


Despite the fact there was no shortage of bootleg and generic brand names out there at receiver, the Giants offense looked completely different than the uneven nightmare we have witnessed so far this season. Evan Engram was dusting defenders and Orleans Darkwa ran wild on the number 1 rushing defense in the NFL behind an offensive line that looked #ActuallyGood with Justin Pugh at Right Tackle. The No Name Offense is about to take the NFL by storm and I cannot wait. All that’s left is a monsoon of hot takes about how the Giants are better without Odell Beckham Jr. from the good people at FS1. And a heartfelt tip of the cap to the defense for keeping the Broncos out of the end zone until the 4th quarter. JPP caused havoc up front and Lando Commando did what he does in the defensive backfield. Just an awesome, dominating win, regardless of if the Broncos receivers caught whatever injury jinx the Giants receivers had last week.

Now where do we go from here? Well other than Minnesota in February for the Super Bowl. I’m intrigued to see what this team looks like at home against a Seahawks team that is coming off a bye. I’ll admit I was looking at friend of the program Todd McShay’s breakdowns of Sam Darnold and Josh Rosen after the 0-5 start #BarstoolConfessions. But this team may just give us some entertainment and wins after all. And even if they lose the rest of their games, at least the Giants assured us that they will avoid 0-16 football immortality. The Dan Orlovsky gif just got a little bit closer to popping champagne.