Giants 14-9 Loss Against Bills Snaps 30 Year Streak
A poor clock management game from Brian Daboll, along with Tyrod Taylor throwing a hail mary-type pass when only needing 8 yards on third down with 2-minutes left on the clock and all three timeouts available, gave the New York Giants their fifth loss of the season.
Overall, the Giants were leading for the majority of the game, they just weren't able to tack on any insurance. Nevertheless it was an excellent showing from the Giants’ D-line, limiting Josh Allen to just 169 passing yards.
The 14-9 loss puts New York at 1-5, it also snaps a 30 year streak. Weird, but true, the New York Giants have not lost in the state of New York since October 3rd, 1993. Remember, the Giants have their home stadium in New Jersey, despite ‘New York’ being pasted on the team name.
That October game of ‘93 saw New York losing 17-14 against Buffalo. Technically, the Buffalo Bills are the only actual New York-based team as the Jets also play in New Jersey, sharing MetLife Stadium with the G-Men.