Chiefs Giants Week 11 score, highlights, more

Chiefs Giants Week 11 score, highlights, more

The Chiefs look to stay red hot against the spread in games on the road as they head into NY to face off against the Giants who have been horrendous this season, and with this one having playoff implications for the visitors I don't anticipate this will be too pretty of an afternoon for the G-Men.

"When we got in the huddle, 10 was like, 'We're going to hit a slant.' We hit a slant, and 10 was like, 'You ready?' And I said, 'Yeah, you believe in me'".

"I thought I did [score]", Lewis said after the game. That's his thing. He's supposed to get working what wasn't before it and get his team to relentlessly put away an opponent. The coach that everyone raves about being one of the best coaches in history continues to make the same mistakes when calling the shots.

In their best performance of the year, NY held the Chiefs' fifth-ranked offense to just nine points while creating three turnovers, including two interceptions of Smith, who had just one pick all season entering Week 11.

"I thought Coach Sully [offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan] called an aggressive game in overtime", Manning said. "We'll just go around the room and sure enough, guys have to start stepping up". The Giants forced three on Sunday alone, beginning with an interception by an improbable defender.

Run-stopper Damon "Snacks" Harrison records an interception on a botched shovel-pass from Alex Smith to Travis Kelce. Before anyone could get too excited, though, Rosas reminded everyone that this is still 2017 and these are still the Giants when he missed the extra-point attempt to leave the score at 6-0. The Giants used the takeaway and the starting field position (the Chiefs' 26) to take the lead on a 1-yard run by Orleans Darkwa with 13:26 remaining in the second quarter. With the way that the Eagles have played as a whole this season, it's nearly inevitable that they will win the division once again. Landon Collins picked off the tight end Kelce after he attempted a bomb downfield off a lateral from Smith with 6:47 to go. They also tried some rare trickery on their first drive, which included a fake punt that saw running back Shane Vereen's pass intended for tight end Evan Engram picked off by safety Daniel Sorensen. Thought we could have iced the game there.

The past few slipups were understandable against better competition. There is absolutely no reason for the Chiefs to lose this game.

We've seen what this offense can look like in the first five weeks of this season with good playcalling from Reid.

The Chiefs need to get back on track. Smith twice threw short of those sticks on the 2nd- and 3rd-and-long plays, and the Giants scored on their first possession for the game-winner.

The Giants have some big games coming up in the NFC East, with a road game on Thanksgiving at Washington and then home matchups against Philadelphia, Dallas and Washington in December.

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