Giants quarterback Eli Manning threw four touchdown passes against Washington, plus he scored a fifth touchdown with his feet.
Manning's one-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter was the fifth score of his career and first since Sept. 11, 2011, also in FedEx Field. Each of Manning's last three touchdowns has been against Washington in September games.
22 photos that tell the story of Thursday night's 45-14 win over Washington
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The Giants get ready to come out of the tunnel to start Thursday night football agianst the Washington Redskins>>WATCH HIGHLIGHTS
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On 3rd down of Washingtons' first drive of the game, QB Kirk Cousins gets sacked fumbled by DE Mathias Kiwanuka. Recovered by DT Cullen Jenkins for the Giants first takeaway of the night. >>WATCH MATHIAS KIWANUKA'S SACK
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Giants 7, Redskins0: Following the turnover, QB Eli Manning throws a 5-yard TD pass to TE Larry Donnell>>WATCH LARRY DONNELL'S FIRST TD
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Near the end of the 1st quarter, Eli Manning (out of a shotgun formation) hits WR Victor Cruz for a 36-yard pass and catch.>>WATCH VICTOR CRUZ PASS
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Giants 14, Redskins 0: For the 2nd time of the night, Eli Manning connects with TE Larry Donnell for a 6-yard TD. >>WATCH LARRY DONNELL'S SECOND TD
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RB Alfred Morris runs for a gain of 18 to Washingtons 49-yard line
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Giants 14, Redskins 7: QB Kirk Cousins passes deep over the middle to hit WR Andre Roberts for a 18-yard TD
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On the Giants next drive Eli Manning hits WR Rueben Randle for a deep 27-yard pass to the Redskins 28-yard line.
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Giants 21, Redskins 7: For his 3rd TD of the night TE Larry Donnell catches a 6-yard ball from QB Eli Manning. >>WATCH LARRY DONNELL'S THIRD TD
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After a 62-yard drive by Washingtion CB Trumaine Mcbride forces and recovers a fumble.
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Giants 24, Redskins 7: After driving 71-yards on 8 plays, in 1:16, Giants Kicker Josh Brown hits a 29-yard field goal to end the first half.
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Giants 24, Redskins 14: To start the 3rd quarter QB Kirk Cousins drives 83-yards down the field to set up a 20-yard RB Alfred Morris TD.
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After going three and out, CB Prince Amukamara intercepts QB Kirk Cousins and returns it 28-yards to the Washington 21>>WATCH PRINCE AMUKAMARA INTERCEPTION
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Following the Giants interception, Redskins LB Keenan Robinson intercepts Eli Manning on the goaline.
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One play after the Eli Manning interception, Safety Quintin Demps picks off QB Kirk Cousins and brings the ball to the Washington 35.>>WATCH QUINTIN DEMPS INTERCEPTION
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Giants 31, Redskins 14: Four plays later, Eli Manning throws another TD pass to TE Daniel Fells for 2-yards.>>WATCH DANIEL FELLS TD
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CB Trumaine McBride gets his seceond turnover of the night by intercepting QB Kirk Cousins, returing the ball to the Washington 22-yard line. >>WATCH TRUMAINE MCBRIDE INTERCEPTION
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Giants 38, Redskins 12: Following the McBride interception QB Eli Manning scrambles right for a 1-yard TD. >>WATCH ELI MANNING'S RUSHING TD
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On Washingtons next drive, QB Kirk Cousins is sacked by DE Damontre Moore for a loss of 6 yards.
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Safety Antrel Rolle picks off a deep pass that was intended for WR DeSean Jackson for the 6th turnover of the night.>>WATCH ANTREL ROLLE INTERCEPTION
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Giants 45, Redskins 14: RB Andre Williams runs in a 1-yard TD for his first ever regular season TD. >>WATCH ANDRE WILLIAMS FIRST NFL TD
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Final Score: Giantst 45, Redskins 14>>WATCH FULL GAME HIGHLIGHTS
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2. MARKUS KUHN'S FUMBLE RECOVERY TOUCHDOWN
Titans QB Zach Mettenberger was sacked by LB Devon Kennard, and the ball was recovered by DT Markus Kuhn for a touchdown.
Kuhn scored the first touchdown by a Giants defensive lineman since Jason Pierre-Paul reached the end zone on a 24-yard interception return vs. Green Bay on Nov. 17, 2013. It was the first fumble recovery scored by a Giants defensive lineman since Sept. 13, 2009, when Osi Umenyiora had a 37-yarder vs. Washington
14 photos that tell the story of Sunday's Giants vs. Titans game
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The Giants huddle during their pregame warmups. >>VIEW PREGAME PHOTOS
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The Titans win the coin toss and elect to defer.
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On the Giants' opening drive, QB Eli Manning finds WR Odell Beckham Jr. for an 18-yard gain that leads to a Josh Brown field goal, putting the Giants up 3-0. >>WATCH ODELL BECKHAM JR. VS. TITANS HIGHLIGHTS
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On the Giants' second possession, Manning targets Beckham Jr. on all four plays of the 72-yard scoring drive, including a 50-yard catch by Beckham before his 15-yard touchdown to put the Giants up 10-0. >>WATCH ODELL BECKHAM JR.'S TOUCHDOWN
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LB Devon Kennard sacks QB Zach Mettenberger, forcing a fumble that DT Markus Kuhn picks up and returns for a 26-yard TD. The Giants go up 17-0. >>WATCH MARKUS KUHN FUMBLE RECOVERY FOR A TD
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Kicker Josh Brown hits two field goals from 19 and 36 yards to put the Giants up 23-0 at halftime.
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On the Giants' first drive of the third quarter, RB Andre Williams breaks free for a 50-yard TD. >>WATCH ANDRE WILLIAMS 50-YARD TD
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Looking for TE Larry Donnell, Manning is intercepted by DB Marqueston Huff, who returns it 23 yards for a TD.
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On back-to-back drives, Brown hits his fourth and fifth field goals of the day from 52 and 42 yards, extending the Giants' lead to 36-7.
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Mettenberger finds WR Nate Washington for a 30-yard pass for the Titans' longest play of the day
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With 5:37 left in the game, Safety Quintin Demps picks off a pass intended for TE Delaine Walker. >>WATCH QUINTIN DEMPS INTERCEPTION
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Defensive ends Jason Pierre-Paul and Damontre Moore record sacks to end the Titans' final drive of the game. QB Ryan Nassib comes in and keels the ball to end the game for a 36-7 victory.
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Head Coach Tom Coughlin gives his winning locker room speech. >>WATCH TOM COUGHLIN'S WINNING LOCKER ROOM SPEECH
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Beckham Jr. breaks down his performance from the game. >>WATCH ODELL BECKHAM JR.S POSTGAME INTERVIEW
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3. ONSIDE KICK VS. 49ERS
The Giants recovered an onside kick in the third quarter against the 49ers, their first successful onside kick since Nov. 7, 2004 vs. Chicago.
San Francisco coach Jim Harbaugh challenged the Giants' recovery of Josh Brown's onside kick, but referee Gene Steratore confirmed the ruling.
20 photos that tell the story of Sunday's loss to the 49ers
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Leading the league in receiving yards over the previous two weeks, rookie wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. warms up for the New York Giants' 1 p.m. kickoff against the San Francisco 49ers. >>VIEW GIANTS VS. 49ERS PREGAME PHOTOS
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Looking to respond after last week's performance and end the four-game losing streak, the defense huddles before kickoff at MetLife Stadium. >>VIEW GIANTS VS. 49ERS PREGAME PHOTOS
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On the opening possession of the game, cornerback Zack Bowman recovers a fumble by 49ers running back Frank Gore. >>WATCH CB ZACK BOWMAN FUMBLE RECOVERY
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On the ensuing possession after the turnover, Eli Manning finds wide receiver Rueben Randle twice for gains of 20 and 18 yards to bring the Giants into 49ers territory. >>WATCH GIANTS VS. 49ERS HIGHLIGHTS
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Manning hits Larry Donnell over the middle for a 19-yard touchdown, the tight end's sixth of the season. It ended the Giants' 20-game drought of not scoring a touchdown on their opening possession. >>WATCH TE LARRY DONNELL TD
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RB Frank Gore breaks his longest run of the day for 17 yards to midfield.
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The Giants bend but don't break, holding kicker Phil Dawson to a 31-yard field goal.
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After Dawson tacked on another field goal, Manning throws his first of five interceptions on the day. >>WATCH ELI MANNING VS.49ERS
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The 49ers turn their first turnover into a 44-yard field goal by Dawson to take a 9-7 lead.
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On third down, Manning connects with Donnell again for a 30-yard gain. >>WATCH TE LARRY DONNEL'S 30 YARD CATCH
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Driving into San Francisco territory, Manning throws his second interception, this time into the hands of linebacker Michael Wilhoite. >>WATCH ELI MANNING'S SECOND INTERCEPTION
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San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick hooks up with wide receiver Michael Crabtree for a 48-yard touchdown early in the second half to take a 16-7 lead. >>WATCH WR MICHAEL CRABTREE'S 48 YARD TD
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The Giants respond with a scoring drive that results in a 43-yard Josh Brown field goal to cut it to a 16-10 deficit.
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On the ensuing kickoff the Giants successfully convert an onside kick that linebacker Mark Herzlich recovers. >>WATCH THE GIANTS RECOVER THE ONSIDE KICK
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The Giants' momentum ends with another Manning interception on the ensuing possession. >>WATCH ELI MANNING'S THRID INTERCEPTION
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After the defense forces a three-and-out, Manning hits Beckham three times on the next drive for gains of 19, 4, and 20 yards into 49ers territory. >>WATCH ODELL BECKHAM JR.'S 37 YARD CATCH
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Cornerback Chris Culliver picks off Manning's pass attempt intended for Randle. >>WATCH ELI MANNING'S 4TH INTERCEPTION
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Set up by a spectacular catch from Beckham, the Giants are unable to convert a first-and-goal from the four-yard line. After three incomplete passes, Manning's fourth-down attempt to Preston Parker is knocked in the air and intercepted by rookie linebacker Chris Borland. >>WATCH ELI MANNING'S 5TH INTERCEPTION
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Manning addresses the media after the Giants' 16-10 loss to the 49ers.>>WATCH ELI MANNING'S POSTGAME INTERVIEW
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Defensive co-captain Antrel Rolle discusses the Giants' fifth straight loss that dropped the team to 3-7 on the season.>>WATCH ANTREL ROLLE'S POSTGAME INTERVIEW
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4. KERRY WYNN'S INTERCEPTION
St. Louis Rams quarterback Shaun Hill had his pass batted in the air and intercepted by New York Giants defensive end Kerry Wynn.
It was the first interception by a Giants rookie since cornerback Jayron Hosley picked off Cam Newton at Carolina on Sept. 20, 2012 and the first by a Giants defensive lineman since Justin Tuck intercepted Matthew Stafford at Detroit on Dec. 22, 2013.
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