Sterling Shepard has migraines, is unlikely to play

Ross Houston
November 20, 2017

The 34-yard reception got the Giants down to the 2-yard line, setting up Aldrick Rosas' 23-yard field goal that lifted NY to a 12-9 overtime win over the Chiefs on Sunday at MetLife Stadium. After Manning centered the ball, kicker Aldrick Rosas connected on the game-winning 23-yard field goal.

After the defense made one last stand and forced Kansas City to punt the opening possession of overtime, the Giants first had a decision to make on fourth-and-five at the Chiefs 36 with 2:12 remaining. "Make a play or get a pass interference".

Landon Collins recorded 14 total tackles including a tackle for a loss a pass defended and an interception
Landon Collins recorded 14 total tackles including a tackle for a loss a pass defended and an interception

Lewis rolled over and scooted into the end zone after securing the catch, but he was questionably ruled down-by-contact.

With the Chiefs blitzing, Manning had to get rid of the ball quickly. "He said he was going to be out, and I told him that I got him, that we were going to go out and get this win".


Wide receiver Sterling Shepard, offensive lineman Justin Pugh, linebacker B.J. Goodson, quarterback Davis Webb, linebacker Kelvin Sheppard and offensive lineman John Greco will also be inactive for the Giants in Week 11.

"Me being undrafted, I play with a chip on my shoulder no matter what I'm doing", Lewis said. "I'll have to go back and see the film". But he played his tail off. Roger Lewis caught three passes for 55 yards. But in overtime, the Giants got the stop they needed the most. "They can run the ball, throw the ball and for the most part it made it one-dimensional and we went out there and we just kept fighting and never looked up at the scoreboard". And, while those numbers won't blow anybody away, he's playing well enough that the ailing Giants will certainly miss him on Sunday against the speedy Chiefs offense. "At the end of the game we came out 12-9".



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