Giants vs. Chiefs: Takeaways from New York's 31-7 Loss to Kansas City

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Giants vs. Chiefs: Takeaways from New York's 31-7 Loss to Kansas City
Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports
Eli Manning couldn't lift his Giants above the Chiefs.

It's beginning to feel like this team isn't supposed to win.

The New York Giants, still winless through four weeks of regular-season play, dropped their Sunday afternoon matchup with the Kansas City Chiefs, 31-7. It was the third consecutive game in which the Giants fell by at least three scores. Collectively, the Giants have been outscored 110-30 in those games.

It's funny; I never thought I'd find myself longing for the Week 1 Giants, who committed six turnovers in a mere five-point loss to the division rival Dallas Cowboys on Sept. 8, but I do. At least those Giants were still in it at the end. The ones we see now have seemingly forgotten what it feels like to be competitive.

It was more of the same in Week 4, as the Giants were completely blown out yet again.

Was there anything new to take away from this particular pounding?

Read on.

 

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