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As many people predicted, the game was won by the Steelers 20-6. The first quarter was characterized by back-to-back goals from the two teams, and the Giants even led 6-3 in the second quarter.
The Steelers broke the lead with great momentum and got a JuJu Smith-Schuster touchdown opportunity. Taking a 10-6 lead will be the start of the unresolved 17 straight points for the Steelers.
New kicker Graham Gano took a lot of action, kicking his third shot in the third quarter. Unfortunately, the last shot was still far within his range, and the game was only 10-6 left.
The last dagger appeared in the fourth quarter, and the Giants need to stop. Running James Connor entered the end zone at the end of the third quarter. Later, the Steelers extended their lead with another field goal.
For the Giants' young offense and second-year quarterback Daniel Jones, low scores are difficult. Overall, the offense only gathered for 208 yards and did not even reach the end zone. The new Giants’ offensive line also struggled, surrendering four sacks to the Steelers’ first aid.
The only outstanding player in the Giants offense is Evan Engram. Engem seemed to have opened up the entire game. He received a total of 7 passes from 97 yards.
A surprising statistic that appeared in the game was that the Giants Pass Charge Oshane Ximines ended with 1.5 sacks and 1 TFL. For the Steelers, T.J. Although this is difficult to achieve, ordinary players can easily achieve the game effect they want if they have enough Cheap MUT 21 Coins .