After an impressive 9-0 start, the New York Giants fell behind the New England Patriots 10-9 at halftime, and now trail 17-15 thanks in large part to an inability to finish off scoring drives with touchdowns. Giants kicker Lawrence Tynes hit a pair of field goals in the third quarter, both of which came in or near the red zone.
New England has been less consistent offensively, but they have found the end zone twice, both on Tom Brady touchdown throws. Brady is 21-26 for 212 yards.
Eli Manning is 20-26 for 178 yards and one touchdown for New York.
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