• Kick in the pants! Giants fall to Eagles at foot of Tynes miss

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Oct 1, 2012
    That gave Tynes one more shot, but his second try simply came up short. And then, when it was all on the line, Tynes blew one, missing a potential game-winning field goal in the Giants’ 19-17 loss to the Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. After all of the laundry was picked up and all of the yards were added and subtracted, here was the situation: Giants kicker Lawrence Tynes was looking at a 54-yarder with 15 seconds remaining to win the game. Not that the miss leaves the Giants with any less faith in th...
    • Giants Insider: Tynes can't come up big enough

      Lawrence Tynes hadn’t missed a field goal all season, going a perfect 10-for-10 in his first three games and nailing his first one on Sunday in Philadelphia.
    • NY Giants' Lawrence Tynes can't save Tom Coughlin after gamble for late touchdown in loss to Philadelphia Eagles

      Eli Manning was down two points at his own 35 and had nearly two minutes to work with against the Eagles defense to position the Giants for a game-winning field goal. Plenty of time, not too many yards.
    • Rich Hofmann: In the end, Eagles' defense won it

      WELL, THAT was simple enough. Eagles 19, Giants 17. That is what it said on the scoreboard. It is hard to explain how close it came to not happening.
      Source: philly.com
    • Myers: Giant gamble for TD costs Coughlin in the end

      Eli Manning was down two points at his own 35 and had nearly two minutes to work with against the Eagles defense to position the Giants for a game-winning field goal. Plenty of time, not too many yards.
    • Eagles escape Giants after two missed field goals

      MICHAEL VICK was pretty calm for a man who had just salvaged his reputation on national television. But then, this 19-17 victory over the New York Giants was the game Vick told us all week he was going to play - decisive, strong and turnover-free.
      Source: philly.com
  • Reid regrets icing Tynes

    From time to time, a head coach ices a kicker with a time out taken so late that the kicker actually kicks the field goal.  All too often, the kicker misses the first try and then, given an unexpected Mulligan, makes the second. Eagles coach Andy Reid d…
  • Henery's field goal seals it as Eagles beat Giants

    The Eagles sprinted onto field in glee. Mychal Kendricks slid headfirst in celebration. The Eagles did not just beat the New York Giants on Sunday night, they beat them twice.
    Source: philly.com

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