Chiefs Giants Week 11 score, highlights, more

Chiefs Giants Week 11 score, highlights, more

Chiefs Giants Week 11 score, highlights, more

NY is now 2-8 and snapped a three-game losing streak.

Phillip Gaines' contact with Lewis was the only thing that stopped the play from becoming one of the more remarkable game-winning touchdowns we've seen in years. The kick was set up by a 34-yard, fourth-and-5 pass from Eli Manning to Roger Lewis Jr. that brought the ball to the Kansas City 2.

In their best performance of the year, NY held the Chiefs' fifth-ranked offense to just nine points while creating three turnovers, including two interceptions of Smith, who had just one pick all season entering Week 11.

After forcing the Chiefs to punt on the first possession of overtime, the Giants drove to set up Aldrick Rosas' 23-yard field goal. The run game didn't help him much either as the Giants picked up just 112 yards on 32 rushes. Especially Orleans Darkwa, who put up 74 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries.

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Fiji took another two points through Milne to restore their lead and then held on for a memorable victory. Fiji nearly crossed in the fifth minute, but Brayden Wiliame lost the ball trying to get it down.

The Giants scored six of their nine points off turnovers, with Damon "Snacks" Harrison, known for his run-stuffing abilities, intercepting Smith to set up the first points of the game.

It was Smith's second interception of the season. Engram dropped the fourth-and-9 pass from Manning, which would have been short of the first down anyway. NY has also endured a frustrating season on the sidelines as head coach Ben McAdoo has come under fire in the last few weeks as a number of sources are speculating his demise in the coming weeks, and another blowout loss at home this weekend against the Chiefs could very well spell the end of his tenure. Before anyone could get too excited, though, Rosas reminded everyone that this is still 2017 and these are still the Giants when he missed the extra-point attempt to leave the score at 6-0. The defense is a big concern for Kansas City, which ranks 30th in total defense but 19th in scoring defense thanks to 13 takeaways.

Smith attempted a shuffle pass to tight end Travis Kelce, but he was hit by Jason Pierre-Paul and the ball landed in Harrison's hands.

Smith was picked off for a second time with two minutes to go by Janoris Jenkins, who was criticized all week after a down performance against the 49ers, setting up Rosas' temporary go-ahead field goal.

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