Hakeem Nicks was one yard short of 200 receiving yards, despite an ailing foot problem.
Victor Cruz added another 179 yards, including an 80-yard touchdown topped off by a salsa dance for his late grandmother.
Eli Manning threw for 510 yards and three touchdowns to overcome three first-half interceptions.
And the Giants still struggled to win the game. Why? The same problem that plagued them in the season opener: the play of the secondary.
Somehow the Giants are worse after getting rid of Aaron Ross. And that's not sarcasm. That guy was terrible for years with New York.
Yet, with Ross gone, and injuries to the second and third cornerback, the remaining cornerbacks made one of the worst receivers in the last three years, Kevin Ogletree, look like a Pro-Bowler and then did it again with Josh Freeman the following week.
Michael Coe and, even worse, Justin Tryon, would not be making a salary if they performed this horribly in any other profession.
Tryon had a late game-tying touchdown go off his helmet and into the receiver's hands because he was in terrible position behind the wideout.
The Giants have to get Prince Amukamara back soon and hope he's ready so that the offense doesn't have to score 35-plus points every week.
And one more thing. Why do the Giants spend a first-round pick on a running back they don't want to use? David Wilson showed off his quickness in a couple kickoff returns, especially in the fourth quarter, but they don't give him any snaps after Ahmad Bradshaw leaves the game in the second quarter with a neck injury.
I understand he fumbled on his second career carry and had troubles throughout college with fumbles, but you don't sit him out for two weeks for one fumble. Especially someone with the talent Wilson has.