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National Football League
N.Y. Giants 19, Cincinnati 17
When: 1:00 PM ET, Sunday, November 29, 2020
Where: Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio
Temperature: 52°
Head Official: Carl Cheffers
Attendance: 10208

Wayne Gallman scored a touchdown and rushed for a career-high 94 yards, Graham Gano kicked four field goals and the visiting New York Giants beat the Cincinnati Bengals 19-17 Sunday afternoon to move into first place in the NFC East.

The Giants (4-7) won their third straight game but also lost quarterback Daniel Jones to a hamstring injury in the third quarter. Jones was injured after getting tackled on a scramble with 10:45 remaining in the quarter, tried to play through it and was replaced by Colt McCoy after two plays on New York's next series.

The Giants are tied with the Washington Football Team atop the NFC East, but hold the head-to-head tiebreaker and will head into Week 13 leading the division if the Philadelphia Eagles lose to the Seattle Seahawks Monday night.

Gallman scored his sixth rushing touchdown since Week 7 on New York's first series when he plunged in from 1 yard out.

Gano returned from the reserve/COVID-19 list and extended his streak to 24 straight made field goals by converting kicks of 49, 40, 39 and 32 yards.

Jones completed 16-of-27 passes for 213 yards and produced a turnover-free performance before exiting. McCoy completed 6-of-10 passes for 31 yards.

A week after losing rookie Joe Burrow to a season-ending knee injury, Cincinnati turned to Brandon Allen. In his fourth career start, Allen completed 17-of-29 passes for 136 yards and a touchdown but was intercepted once.

The Bengals (2-8-1) lost their third straight and mustered only 155 yards of offense. Cincinnati's first touchdown came on Brandon Wilson's 103-yard kickoff return with 9:50 left in the first quarter and it was the longest play in team history.

Cincinnati held a 10-7 lead on Randy Bullock's 44-yard field with 3:32 remaining in the first half and was within 19-17 on a 1-yard TD reception by Tee Higgins with 2:33 remaining. The Bengals regained possession with 57 seconds remaining but the Giants sealed the win when Leonard Williams sacked Allen and recovered a fumble.

After Cincinnati went ahead, Gano's first field goal evened the game with 21 seconds left in the half. Gano gave the Giants a 13-10 lead in the third, extended the lead to 16-10 with 11:35 left in the fourth and made his final field goal with 3:58 remaining before New York survived the comeback attempt.

--Field Level Media

Top Game Performances
Rushing
N.Y. Giants   Cincinnati
Wayne Gallman Player Giovani Bernard
24 Attempts 8
94 Yards 32
3.9 Avg Yards 4.0
1 Touchdowns 0
18 Long 15
Receiving
N.Y. Giants   Cincinnati
Evan Engram Player Tee Higgins
6 Receptions 5
129 Yards 44
21.5 Avg Yards 8.8
0 Touchdowns 1
53 Long 18
Team Stats Summary
 
  Yards Scoring Defense
Team Tot Rus Pas TD FG INT Sck FF
N.Y. Giants 386 142 244 1 4 1 2.0 2
Cincinnati 155 40 115 2 1 0 0.0 1
Upcoming Games
  • Cincinnati will play their next game on the road against Miami. The Bengals have a W/L % of .000 after a win and .167 after a loss.
  • N.Y. Giants will play their next game on the road against Seattle. The Giants have a W/L % of .667 after a win and .286 after a loss.