New York Giants vs. Cincinnati Bengals: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
Welcome to Week 10 of the 2012 NFL season.
For those who were affected by Hurricane Sandy, I hope you and your families are safe and sound and no damage was done to your homes.
Now, onto football.
The New York Giants will be looking to rebound following a tough loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers last week. The Giants were up 20-10, but lost their lead in the fourth quarter and ended up losing the game 24-20 at MetLife Stadium, dropping them to 6-3 on the season.
Their opponents on Sunday are the 3-5 Cincinnati Bengals.
Cincinnati got off to a 3-1 start, but the Bengals have since lost four straight and have been really struggling since the end of September.
With the Giants having their bye next week, they really need to pick up a victory in order to go into the off week with some confidence.
Will the Giants shake off their loss to the Steelers and take care of Cincinnati? Or will the Bengals snap their losing streak with a win against Big Blue?
Find out in this live blog. Check back for live coverage and up-to-the-minute score updates.
That does it from this live blog today.
Thank you to everyone who logged on and spent part of their Sunday on here, I appreciate it.
For all the Giants fans out there, sorry it couldn't have been better results in this game.
The final score: the Bengals 31, the Giants 13.
Have a good night everyone, enjoy the rest of your football Sunday.
The Giants drop to 6-4 on the season and will have a bye week in Week 11.
The Bengals improve to 4-5 and snap their four-game losing streak.
The Giants are still in first place and pending the results of the Cowboys-Eagles game, will have at least a two-game lead in the NFC East.
Final stats for the Giants:
Eli Manning: 29-46, 215 yards, 2 interceptions
Andre Brown: 7 carries, 65 yards, 1 touchdown
Hakeem Nicks: 9 catches, 75 yards
Final stats for the Bengals:
Andy Dalton: 21-30, 199 yards, 4 touchdowns
Ben-Jarvus Green-Ellis: 15 carries, 50 yards
A.J. Green: 7 catches, 85 yards, 1 touchdown
Mohamed Sanu, 4 catches 47 yards, 1 touchdown
Dalton takes a knee and that will do it for the game.
End of game.
Cincinnati Bengals 31, New York Giants 13
Dalton hands off to Green-Ellis for a few yards. They're just killing the clock.
And we're at the 2 minute warning for the game.
The Giants are down 18. Yea, this game is still over.
The Giants don't even bother with the on-sides kick and kick the ball away to the Bengals.
Andre Brown dives into the end zone for a five-yard touchdown carry, and the Giants score their first TD of the game.
Only took 57 minutes to do it.
Bengals 31, Giants 13
Manning's pass to Martellus Bennett is complete and it's inside the five yard line, setting up first and goal.
Andre Brown with his biggest carry of the game, a 29-yard carry to the 20-yard line.
Manning's pass is somehow complete to Martellus Bennett for five yards.
Manning's 3rd and 5 pass is complete to Victor Cruz and the Giants have another first down.
Manning's pass is complete to Andre Brown for about five yards.
The pass intended to Hakeem Nicks is knocked down and incomplete.
The draw play to Andre Brown is good enough for another first down to the 28-yard line.
Manning's pass is complete to Ramses Barden and enough for a first down.
Huber's punt gets downed right around the 2 yard line.
Oh great, only 98 yards to go for the Giants offense to score. Make it that more difficult on Eli.
On 3rd and 5, Dalton's pass to Gresham is complete, but short of the first down.
On 4th and 2, the Bengals will go for it, but get called for a delay of game.
Now it's 4th and 7.
Manning gets the ball stripped out of his hands and the Bengals recover the fumble. The sack, fumble and recovery was made by Wallace Gilberry.
Yea, I think this game is over.
Manning throws deep to the sideline for Nicks, but sails out of bounds.
The Bengals get called for defensive holding, and gives the Giants another first down.
Manning's pass intended for Travis Beckum is incomplete.
Andre Brown carries the ball for 17 yards to give the Giants another first down.
The Bengals get called for illegal contact by Rey Maluluga, which gives the Giants a first down
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