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• The Giants were efficient on offense at times, especially early. They did well to spread out the field with screens and multiple jet sweeps on their first drive. They opened with a touchdown, so credit to their game planning and opening script.
• The Colts seemed a little off-kilter in the first half. They were charged with 12 men on the field in the first quarter and Andrew Luck threw a careless interception on an attempted throw-away pass in the second quarter. They came back much sharper on the second half, scoring touchdowns on their first two possessions and ultimately executing a game-winning touchdown drive in the final minutes of the game. Credit to their in-game adjustments.
• The Giants had an opportunity to execute a final drive to take back the lead with 55 seconds remaining in the game. Unfortunately for them, they had already used two of their timeouts. The first play saw a tackle inbounds and the subsequent time scramble put them in a difficult third down that they could not convert. Poor game clock management cost the Giants an opportunity to win this game.