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Top Five Touchdowns of 2015

Posted Jan 11, 2016

Giants.com ranks the best plays and moments of the 2015 season

ODELL STRETCHES OUT FOR TD


Date: November 29, 2015 (Week 12)
Opponent: Washington Redskins
Location: FedEx Field

While “The Catch” may never be topped, Odell Beckham Jr.’s stretched-out, one-handed touchdown grab at Washington this year will be featured prominently in his highlight reel. And you can tell by the expressions on the fans’ faces how good it was in real time, no matter which team they were cheering for in the game.

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JENNINGS BREAKS TACKLE AFTER TACKLE AFTER TACKLE


Date: October 4, 2015 (Week 4)
Opponent: Buffalo Bills
Location: Ralph Wilson Stadium

After building a 16-3 lead heading into halftime, the Giants needed one last spark in the fourth quarter to put a stranglehold on the game. Running back Rashad Jennings delivered, taking a short pass from Eli Manning on third-and-three and turning it into a 51-yard touchdown to put the Giants ahead by two scores with 7:42 left in the game.

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ELI TO DONNELL FOR THE WIN

Date: October 11, 2015 (Week 5)
Opponent: San Francisco 49ers
Location: MetLife Stadium


Down by four points with 1:41 to play and no Odell Beckham Jr. or Rueben Randle to begin the series, Eli Manning led an eight-play, 82-yard touchdown drive that resulted in a 12-yard touchdown pass to tight end Larry Donnell with 21 seconds left in the game. The 30-27 victory over the 49ers marked Manning’s 32nd game-winning drive of his career. Afterwards, the 12-year franchise quarterback was asked where it ranks, to which the two-time Super Bowl MVP quipped, “Well, there were a couple in the Super Bowl, obviously.”

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HARRIS TO THE HOUSE



Date: October 25, 2015 (Week 7)
Opponent: Dallas Cowboys
Location: MetLife Stadium

A former Cowboy, Dwayne Harris tied Pro Football Hall of Famer Emlen Tunnell (Nov.  4, 1951) and Clarence Childs (Dec. 6, 1964) for the longest kickoff return (100 yards) in franchise history. Harris, who played four seasons for the Cowboys (2011-14), is the first player in NFL history to score a game-winning kickoff return touchdown against a team he played for in the previous season. Harris won NFC Player of the Week honors for the performance and went on to be named a first alternate for the Pro Bowl as a return specialist.

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DRC’S PICK-SIX


Date: October 25, 2015 (Week 7)
Opponent: Dallas Cowboys
Location: MetLife Stadium

The Giants scored offensively, defensively, and on special teams in their 27-20 victory over the Cowboys. Cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie added the middle one with a 58-yard interception return touchdown, the sixth of his career.

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