Giants Hold On For Narrow 21-20 Win Over Bengals

"I don't think we're there yet".

"I got a chance to meet McGregor after the fight". "Last year, I had a bad season, and I'm making up for it". On the next play, Manning fooled Vincent Rey on a play-action pass, connecting with a wide-open Jerell Adams for an easy touchdown.

"He wants to be aggressive", Manning said of his head coach.

But no panic, because he knew he still had two shots at the touchdown.

It only took Beckham 36 games, surpassing San Diego Chargers Lance Alworth who previously held the record with 37 games. His percentage share of the Bengals' air yards was the fourth-highest among Week 10 pass catchers.

Fourth-and-3 from the 3.

After Collins' pick, the Bengals had two more possessions, but managed only one first down and never got beyond their 30-yard line as New York's one-point lead stood up.

Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham sees big things in the near future. He watched Tye go in motion to his right.

So Manning motioned TE Will Tye over to the right side, and CB Darqueze Dennard (yellow circle), who had been sitting up on Shepard, moved over to cover Tye.

"We are not doing all the things we need to do to make enough plays", Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said. "We were going for it". Nothing with this team is.

Eli Gonna Eli - The Giants quarterback (unsurprisingly) played all of the offensive snaps, and it was a typically "Eli" night.

"Domination. Physical. Putting that bully feeling out there against other teams", Casillas said. We've discussed this problem before, but Cincinnati's personnel at the linebacker position simply isn't fit to match up against opposing offenses in today's NFL. "We have to find a way to slow him down". We can't relax for a second. "We're playing as a unit and playing sound. That's what it takes in this league".

The New York Giants came out of Monday Night Football with their sixth win of the 2016 season.

Let's face it, the Cincinnati Bengals have yet to beat a team with a winning record and they are a game and a half behind the Baltimore Ravens. Unless something insane happens and Dallas goes into some freaky tailspin they'll more than likely be a wild card team.

They did it with another stellar night from receiver Odell Beckham Jr., who had nine catches for 97 yards and a touchdown.

Jennings ran for 87 yards on 15 carries and caught three passes for 22 yards. "That was a big deal for us", added tackle-turned-guard Marshall Newhouse.

"That kind of saves us", Bengals receiver A.J. Green said.

That was on full display against the Bengals, as this was a game they definitely would have lost last season. They did it behind a defense that stopped three fourth-quarter Bengals drives for no points.

In the fourth quarter, Andy Dalton and Eli Manning threw interceptions on back to back plays. They did it despite continually asking the defense to go back out on the field in the fourth quarter.

"Yes, we're running out of time", Kirkpatrick said. They were just waiting for their supposedly high-powered offense to come around. Maybe it could have been less nerve-wracking.