Giants lose to Vikings, fall to 2-3

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Coming off a 28-10 loss to the Minnesota Vikings, the New York Giants just got some troubling injury news regarding top wide receiver Sterling Shepard. It bears watching whether Cousins can restore a similar rapport with Diggs, particularly after the events of the past week and another pedestrian day for the receiver, who had three catches for 44 yards on four targets. Daniel Jones, in his second career start in the National Football League, completed 23 of 31 passes for 225 yards, one touchdown, and two interceptions.

Not to mention, Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins had his best statistical game of what has been a polarizing start to the season. "There's been a lot trying to separate us and I think that just brought us more close as a group". That's what happens when a team has no running game and the pass rush can just unload - especially against a rookie quarterback.

Jones was hit early and often and flashed some good with some bad.

"I can't say what's real and what's not", Diggs said at the time.

The bottom line is the Giants didn't play well enough and they now head to New England for a game against the Super Bowl champion Patriots (5-0) on Thursday night.

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In his lone touchdown pass on the afternoon, Jones was able to find Darius Slayton for a 35-yard scoring play. His 218 combined yards was more offense than the entire Giants team had (211).

The win against the Giants could very well serve as a turning point for Minnesota.

While Kirk Cousins has struggled for the 2-2 Vikings, Daniel Jones has thrived in back-to-back wins for the Giants. He entered the game without Saquon Barkley, and then lost Wayne Gallman to a concussion on the first drive. Hughes had a fine day, breaking up three passes and holding up when Jones tested him deep. After losing Ryan Connelly (ACL) and with both Lorenzo Carter and Alec Ogletree being sidelined on Sunday, there were plenty of holes in this Giants defense.

David Aaro is a Freelance Reporter at Fox News Digital based in New York City.

Unfortunately for them, Pat Shurmur called a predictable rush up the middle with rookie running back Jonathan Hillman on the one-yard line that the Vikings snuffed out easily for a safety. Cook also caught six passes for 86 yards. His 52-yarder in the second quarter, in which he took the ball out of the end zone - something the Giants rarely seem to do - got the Giants to mid-field and set up their first touchdown.

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