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The Giants won their fourth straight with a 27-13 win over the Packers
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The Giants went ahead by a touchdown and never trailed in their 27-13 victory over Green Bay.
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“We wanted to get out and play fast,” Randle said. “And we knew that if we got on the board fast and kept the train rolling…we’d come out with a victory, and that’s what we did.”
In a season with its share of special teams miscues, Tom Coughlin knew the importance of all three phases working together. It was one of the first things he addressed in his opening remarks after the game.
“Good to win,” the Giants head coach said. “I thought we did some things well tonight. There's obviously more to be done. Special teams had a better night, no doubt. Rueben had the nice punt return, which helped right off the bat.”
The return was the longest since Domenik Hixon had a 79-yard touchdown in December of 2009 in a victory over the Dallas Cowboys. Randle’s previous career high was 18 yards in his rookie season.
But Randle was drafted to catch touchdowns.
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While that would be the quarterback’s lone touchdown pass of the game, the offense looked the sharpest it has in weeks.
“I think we did a great job of going out there and making plays when the opportunities were there,” Randle said. “We knew that was going to be big coming into this game. We know for the offense to keep rolling, we’ve got to keep the running game going as well. We’ve got to keep the train rolling and come out next week and make more plays.”
That next game will be against the Cowboys, who have given up at least 600 total yards in two of their last three contests.