Chiefs vs. Giants recap: NY gets second win over Kansas City

Doug Mendoza
November 20, 2017

It's been a bad year for the New York Giants.

A stunning 12-9 overtime victory against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday at Metlife Stadium finally gave NY its first home win of the season in dramatic fashion.

Roger Lewis continued the tradition of Giants receivers making ridiculous catches.

It was a spectacular catch, considering he was being held and thrown to the ground and still made the catch.

After Manning took a knee, Rosas delivered the game-winner. "Just a tremendous team win. against a good football team".

In their best performance of the year, NY held the Chiefs' fifth-ranked offense to just nine points while creating three turnovers, including two interceptions of Smith, who had just one pick all season entering Week 11.

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NY forced a Chiefs punt on the opening drive in overtime, before just barely getting back into field goal range at the KC 36-yard line.

That should've been game, but the Giants refuse to make things easy on themselves. Especially Orleans Darkwa, who put up 74 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries. Giants QB Eli Manning moved into sole possession of second place for most consecutive regular-season starts (209), passing brother Peyton, whom he tied last week. His first came in Week 9 against the Cowboys.

The Chiefs got two fourth-quarter field goals from Butker, including a game-tying 26-yarder that came with one second remaining to send the game into overtime. Rosas missed the extra point.

It was the highlight of the first half for a team that looked drastically different compared to their Week 10 disaster against the San Francisco 49ers.

A scoreless first quarter featured two turnovers. That set up a third-and-5 drop by Evan Engram in the red zone, putting the Giants in an impossible spot - trust the rookie kicker with the longest field goal of his career, or go test a stingy Chiefs defense that had stumped the offense all game. And now they'll have to try and stop Travis Kelce, who along with the Patriots' Rob Gronkowski is considered the best at his position.

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