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New York Giants 2019 / 2020 TV Schedule

Welcome to 95th season of New York Giants football.

The New and Improved New York Giants

Landon Collins, Curtis Riley, Kerry Wynn, Damon “Snacks” Harrison, Eli Apple, Olivier Vernon and Odell Beckham, Jr. are gone.

Two notable players went to NFC East teams: safety Landon Collins signed a lucrative contract with Redskins. QB Kyle Lauletta had an outstanding pre-season, but he was waived and signed by the Eagles.

Giants signed star safeties Antoine Bethea and Jabrill Peppers. I think Peppers will be a star.

Sadly, Giants lost the final two games of 2018 season, by two points. Giants signed Markus Golden to win those games.

New York Giants Helped Eli Manning

Giants signed offensive tackle Mike Remmers so Eli will have time to pass this season.

Veteran WR Golden Tate is a new target for Eli.

My favorite quarterback completed 66% of his passes last season, despite an ineffective offensive line. This could be his best season.

Rookie Daniel Jones will start, if Eli Manning is unable to play.

UPDATE: Eli Manning started and lost the first two games. Daniel Jones was 2 – 8 as the starting quarterback.

Eli Manning replaced Daniel Jones in week 14, on a rainy Monday night at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.

Giants lost 23-17 to Eagles in overtime, despite leading 17-3 at halftime.

Eli Manning threw two long touchdowns to rookie Darius Slayton in the first half.

However, the Giants were 2 / 12 on third down. Manning’s two touchdown passes were the only third downs the Giants converted during the game. Giants had two first downs on six possessions in the second half.

Eli only completed four short passes in the second half, because he was pressured by the pesky Eagles and sacked twice. The New York Giants offense gained 30 yards during the second half.

Every coach, and most of the players should be replaced.

New York Giants won 5 games last season, so almost anything is an improvement.

Go Giants!

NY Giants 2019 / 2020 Schedule

Sept 8 @ Dallas Cowboys 35 NY Giants 17

Sept 15 Buffalo Bills 28 @ NY Giants 14

Sept 22 NY Giants 32 @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31

Sept 29 Washington Redskins 3 @ NY Giants 24

Oct 6 Vikings 28 @ NY Giants 10

Oct 10 @ New England Patriots 35 NY Giants 14

Oct 20 Arizona Cardinals 27 @ NY Giants 21

Oct 27 @ Detroit Lions 31 NY Giants 26

Nov 4 Dallas Cowboys 37 NY Giants 18

Nov 10 @ New York Jets 34 NY Giants 27

Nov 24 @ Chicago Bears 14 NY Giants 9

Dec 1 Green Bay Packers 31 NY Giants 13

Dec 9 @ Philadelphia Eagles 23 NY Giants 17

Dec 15 1:00 CBS Miami Dolphins

Dec 22 1:00 FOX @ Washington Redskins

Dec 29 1:00 FOX Philadelphia Eagles

Previous New York Giants Seasons

NOTE: Sundays except October 10, November 4, December 8. Times are US/Eastern, PM. Sunday afternoon games from week 5 have flexible times for Sunday Night Football.
Listen to games on Giants.com, ESPN Radio, WFAN 660 AM.