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20 Yards by local product Marcus Mason on third-and-1, the longest carry of his NFL career. Yards by local product Marcus Mason on third-and-1, the longest carry of his NFL career.
What happened: A sack of Manning essentially was nullified when Haynesworth was called for unsportsmanlike conduct after a brawl instigated by the Giants’ Jacobs. Two plays later, Manningham hauled in Manning’s third touchdown pass in the back of the end zone. Washington got a good drive started and got across the 50, but Chase Blackburn intercepted Campbell and returned it 24 yards. David Carr replaced Manning on the Giants’ ensuing drive and soon gave punter Jeff Feagles some work. Campbell got hit a few more times, and Washington’s drive ended with an incomplete pass on fourth-and-12. After a couple of runs and another completion, Carr twice kneeled to end the rout.
Analysis: There will be fines and reviews aplenty coming out of the early-fourth-quarter melee, but ultimately it didn’t matter. The Giants merely took advantage of a bad team’s frustration. Otherwise it was a listless final stanza of an otherwise forgettable rout at FedEx, unless you owned some Giants offensive players and had a team in your fantasy football league’s playoffs. And it was an ugly start to new general manager Bruce Allen’s reign - or perhaps one final, hideous chapter in the Vinny Cerrato era.
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3 Games this season in which Jason Campbell has thrown two or more interceptions. It’s the first time in his career he has done that more than twice.
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