The Giants' 0-6 start was as bad as it gets for a storied franchise, but they have turned things around with consecutive wins and sit just two games back of the NFC East lead.
After getting their first win on Monday night against the Vikings, the Giants – thanks to 10 consecutive quarters without allowing a touchdown on defense – made it two in a row against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday with a 15-7 victory on the road.
"We did settle for field goals which we're going to have to look at that," Giants coach Tom Coughlin said after the game. "Two of those were touchdowns and this didn't have to finish quite as tight as it did. Nevertheless, we won and we're excited about winning. That's two games in a row we've won. We've played great defense, we really haven't given up a score, defensively, and there is a lot to be said for the way we are playing right now on defense."
New York now goes on its bye week before three straight home games against Oakland, Green Bay, and Dallas, which leads us to our Morning Debate:
Are the Giants back on track?
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