For the fifth straight time and the tenth time over the past 11 years, the New York Giants are opening up the regular season with a loss.
The Giants dropped their regular-season opening game at MetLife Stadium to the Denver Broncos, 27-13, on Sunday. Fortunately for them, they don’t have much time to dwell and think about the loss.
The Giants will head to D.C. to take on their NFC East division rivals, the Washington Football Team, on Thursday night.
A win against the team formerly known as the Redskins could be the band-aid the Giants need to get over what was a lackluster performance in East Rutherford in Week 1.
Following the loss to Denver, whose stock was up and down for the Giants?