Giants overcome a 21-point deficit to shock Cardinals and end a particular losing streak.

Dickens chose "A Tale of Two Cities." A tale of two halves for the New York Giants versus the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.

The Giants were behind 20-7 at halftime against the Cardinals after being outscored 60-0 in their first six quarters. 

At 9:34 in the third quarter, the Cardinals led 28-7. It didn't look good until Saquon Barkley scored late in the third.

Barkley's 1-yard run halved Arizona's lead. Daniel Jones passed to Barkley for a 9-yard touchdown in the fourth.

 Jones' 11-yard touchdown pass to Isaiah Hodgins tied the score. The game was tied.

On their last drive, Jones and the Giants set up Graham Gano for the 34-yard field goal after eight plays and 56 yards. With 19 seconds left, New York led 31-28 and won.

ESPN Stats & Info says New York overcome a 21-point deficit for the first time since 1949. 

The Giants had the second-longest NFL skid of 150 straight losses when behind by at least 21 points. Chicago Bears have dropped 179 straight games when trailing by 21.

Jones completed 26 of 37 throws for 321 yards, two touchdowns, a running touchdown, and an interception.


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