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2019 New York Giants Season

2019 New York Giants season
Head coachPat Shurmur
General managerDave Gettleman
OwnerJohn Mara
Steve Tisch
Home fieldMetLife Stadium
Results
Record4-12
Division place3rd NFC East
Playoff finishDid not qualify
Pro BowlersNone
Uniform
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The 2019 season was the New York Giants' 95th in the National Football League, their 10th playing their home games at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, and their second and final season under head coach Pat Shurmur, who was fired after the final game of the regular season.[1] During the season they equaled the franchise record nine-game losing streak of the 1976 Giants,[2] and ultimately failed to improve on their 5-11 campaign from 2018 as they finished at 4-12 in third place in the NFC East. For the first time since 1995, none of the team's players made the Pro Bowl.

The offseason saw some major changes to the Giants roster, with star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and veteran linebacker Olivier Vernon being traded to the Cleveland Browns, and Pro Bowl safety Landon Collins being lost to the Washington Redskins during free agency. Wide receiver Golden Tate was the biggest name signing, arriving from the Philadelphia Eagles as a free agent.

After suffering defeats in the opening two games of the regular season the Giants made a change at quarterback, with veteran Eli Manning being benched in favor of first-round draft selection Daniel Jones. After winning their first two games with Jones under center the Giants went on an extended losing streak, during which they were mathematically eliminated from playoff contention for the third year in a row. With Jones injured, Manning returned in Weeks 14 and 15, getting a win in the latter game to end the streak in the final start of his historic career.

Season summary

During the offseason the Giants made several controversial changes to their roster, headlined by the trade of star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. to the Cleveland Browns. The trade also sent veteran linebacker Olivier Vernon to the Browns, with the Giants receiving safety Jabrill Peppers and guard Kevin Zeitler in return, in addition to Cleveland's first-round and third-round picks in the 2019 NFL Draft.[3] Several other starters were lost during free agency, including Pro Bowl safety Landon Collins who ultimately signed a six-year, $84 million contract with division rivals, the Washington Redskins.[4] This led to public backlash by fans and the media since a week prior to the Odell trade, general manager Dave Gettleman stated he was not going to trade Odell.[5] The biggest signing of free agency was Golden Tate, who joined on a four-year, $37.5 million contract from the Detroit Lions; he would ultimately be suspended for the first four games of the regular season for violating the league's performance enhancing drugs policy.[6]

The Beckham trade meant the Giants had two first-round picks in the 2019 draft, and they added a third during the draft in a trade with the Seattle Seahawks. With those picks, they selected Duke quarterback Daniel Jones at number 6, Clemson defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence at 17, and Georgia cornerback Deandre Baker at 30. All three made the final roster, along with five of the Giants other seven draft selections. However the Daniel Jones pick created more controversy as fans and the media criticized Gettleman on picking Jones too high as they believed Jones would be available with the 17th overall pick or later rounds. This led to the Giants not picking fan favorite prospect Ohio State QB Dwayne Haskins, who was a lifelong Giants fan[7] who was drafted by the Washington Redskins with the 15th overall pick.[8]

After losing the opening two games of the regular season against the Dallas Cowboys and Buffalo Bills, head coach Pat Shurmur announced that the Giants would be making a change at quarterback, with rookie Daniel Jones replacing 16-year veteran Eli Manning as the starter for the week 3 game at Tampa Bay.[9] Jones threw for two touchdowns and rushed for two more as he led the Giants to victory, overcoming an 18-point deficit at half time and having lost star running back Saquon Barkley to injury in the second quarter.[10] It was the Giants first win after being 18 or more points behind at half-time since 1949,[11] and the second largest comeback in NFL history by a rookie quarterback making their first start.[12] After MRI scans the following day, it was announced that Barkley had suffered a high right ankle sprain that would keep him out for four to eight weeks.[13]

The Giants moved to 2-2 for the season with victory over the Washington Redskins the following week,[14] but then suffered back-to-back defeats against the Minnesota Vikings and New England Patriots before Barkley returned sooner than expected for the week six match-up against the Arizona Cardinals.[15] His return did not improve the team's fortunes as they lost their next two games to reach the midpoint of the regular season at 2-6. Prior to the NFL trade deadline, on October 29 the Giants sought to improve their struggling defense by trading for Leonard Williams from the New York Jets. It was the first time in NFL history the two organizations had completed a trade.[16]

Further injury problems affected the team with starting wide receiver Sterling Shepard suffering from ongoing concussion symptoms that could be potentially career threatening. Having suffered a concussion during the week 1 game against the Dallas Cowboys, he suffered another during the week 5 game against the Minnesota Vikings and had been out since then, being put back into concussion protocol prior to the week 9 loss to the Cowboys.[17] He was joined on the sidelines by starting center Jon Halapio, starting right tackle Mike Remmers and starting tight end Evan Engram, who would ultimately sit out the rest of the season.[18] Starting left tackle Nate Solder and starting cornerback Janoris Jenkins then suffered concussions during the week 10 game against the New York Jets, as the Giants suffered their sixth straight defeat and entered their bye week in third place in the NFC East at 2-8. [19]

The Giants losing streak continued after their bye with defeats against two NFC North opponents, the Chicago Bears in week 12 and Green Bay Packers in week 13, that firstly confirmed a third straight losing season and then put them out of contention for the playoffs. During the Packers game Jones suffered a high ankle sprain and, although he was able to finish the game, he would be ruled out of the following week's divisional match-up against the Eagles paving the way for Eli Manning to return as the starting quarterback.[20] On his return Manning led the Giants to a healthy 17-3 halftime lead, linking up with rookie wide receiver Darius Slayton for two touchdowns, but he was unable to get the offense moving at all in the second half as the Eagles scored 14 unanswered points before snatching victory in overtime. With the loss the Giants tied the franchise record of nine consecutive defeats set in 1976.[2] After calling a fan a "retard" on Twitter on the Wednesday following the game, and later failing to satisfactorily apologize, Jenkins was waived with an injury designation on December 13, 2019;[21][22] he was claimed off waivers by the New Orleans Saints.[23]

With Jones remaining on the sidelines in week 15, Manning continued as the starter as the Giants finally snapped their nine game losing streak by defeating the Miami Dolphins 36-20. It was seen by many as a fitting farewell for Manning in what was possibly his final start at Metlife Stadium.[24][25] Jones returned to the starting lineup in Week 16 against the Redskins in a match up between rookie QBs in Dwayne Haskins and Daniel Jones. Jones threw for a career high 352 yards and five touchdowns while Saquon Barkley rushed for a career high 189 yards and caught 4 passes with 90 receiving yards and two touchdowns as the Giants won 41–35 in overtime,[26] sweeping the Redskins for the first time since 2014. On December 30, 2019, the day after a 34–17 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 17 left the team with a losing 4–12 record for the season, head coach Pat Shurmur was fired.[1]

Rookie quarterback Daniel Jones showed promise, throwing for 3,027 yards, 24 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions while adding 279 yards and two touchdowns on the ground, all in 12 starts. However, he also fumbled the ball an alarming 18 times, losing 11 of them. Saquon Barkley struggled after returning from his ankle injury, as from Week 8 to Week 14 he did not have a single rushing touchdown, averaged below four yards per carry in all but one game, and had an abysmal game against the Jets in Week 10 where he averaged just one yard on 13 carries. In addition, the defense hemorrhaged points all season long, allowing 30 or more points in a whopping nine of sixteen games, and allowing 451 points in total (an average of 28.1875 per game).

Following the end of the season, Eli Manning announced his retirement.[27][28][29]

Player movements

Free agency

Players with the Giants in the 2018 season

Position Player Tag Date signed 2019 team Notes
FB Elijhaa Penny ERFA March 12, 2019 New York Giants 1 year, $645,000
C Jon Halapio ERFA March 8, 2019 New York Giants 1 year, $645,000
K Aldrick Rosas ERFA March 7, 2019 New York Giants 1 year, $645,000
DE Kristjan Sokoli ERFA Not tendered
LB Jordan Williams ERFA Not tendered
QB Alex Tanney RFA March 4, 2019 New York Giants 2 years, $2.15 million
WR Corey Coleman RFA April 16, 2019 New York Giants 1 year, $720,000
C Spencer Pulley RFA March 11, 2019 New York Giants 3 years, $8.025 million
CB Antonio Hamilton RFA March 15, 2019 New York Giants 1 year, $825,000
RB Jonathan Stewart UFA Retired Signed a one-day contract with the Carolina Panthers
TE Scott Simonson UFA February 19, 2019 New York Giants 1 year, $895,000
WR Cody Latimer UFA March 22, 2019 New York Giants 1 year, $1.41 million
WR Bennie Fowler UFA March 19, 2019 New York Giants 1 year, $895,000
WR Russell Shepard UFA April 15, 2019 New York Giants 1 year, $1.5 million
G Jamon Brown UFA Atlanta Falcons 3 years, $18.75 million
G John Greco UFA
NT John Jenkins UFA May 13, 2019 New York Giants 1 year, $845,000
DE Mario Edwards Jr. UFA New Orleans Saints 2 years, $4.7 million
DE Kerry Wynn UFA Cincinnati Bengals 1 year, $1.4 million
DE Josh Mauro UFA Oakland Raiders 1 year, $1.4 million
LB Nate Stupar UFA March 20, 2019 New York Giants 1 year, $895,000
CB B.W. Webb UFA Cincinnati Bengals 3 years, $10.5 million
CB Tony Lippett UFA March 19, 2019 New York Giants 1 year, $810,000
S Landon Collins UFA March 11, 2019 Washington Redskins 6 years, $84 million[4]
S Curtis Riley UFA Oakland Raiders 1 year, $810,000
LS Zak DeOssie UFA March 19, 2019 New York Giants 1 year, $1.12 million

Players signed by the Giants from other teams

Position Player Tag Date signed 2018 team Notes
WR Golden Tate UFA March 14, 2019 Detroit Lions 4 years, $37.5 million[30]
LB Markus Golden UFA March 14, 2019 Arizona Cardinals 1 year, $3.28 million[31]
DT Olsen Pierre UFA March 16, 2019 Arizona Cardinals 1 year, $943,750[32]
RB Rod Smith UFA May 8, 2019 Dallas Cowboys 1 year, $805,000[33]

NFL Draft

2019 New York Giants draft
Round Pick Player Position College Notes
1 6 Daniel Jones  QB Duke
1 17 Dexter Lawrence  DT Clemson From Cleveland
1 30 Deandre Baker  CB Georgia From New Orleans via Green Bay via Seattle
3 95 Oshane Ximines  LB Old Dominion From New England via Cleveland
4 108 Julian Love  CB Notre Dame
5 143 Ryan Connelly  LB Wisconsin
5 171 Darius Slayton  WR Auburn Compensatory selection
6 180 Corey Ballentine  CB Washburn
7 232 George Asafo-Adjei  OT Kentucky From Minnesota
7 245 Chris Slayton  DT Syracuse From LA Rams
      Made roster    +   Pro Football Hall of Fame    *   Made at least one Pro Bowl during career

Notes

Pre-draft trades

Draft trades

  • The Giants traded their second-, fourth- and fifth-round selections (37th, 132nd and 142nd) for Seattle's first-round selection (30th) to select Deandre Baker.[41]

Undrafted free agents

The Giants signed a number of undrafted free agents. Unless stated otherwise, they were signed on May 2, 2019.[42]

Position Player College Notes
T Paul Adams Missouri Waived during final roster cuts
DB Jake Carlock LIU Post Waived during final roster cuts; resigned to practice squad
TE C. J. Conrad Kentucky Waived during final roster cuts; resigned to practice squad
QB Eric Dungey Syracuse Waived on July 24, 2019
DE Jeremiah Harris Eastern Michigan Waived/injured on June 4, 2019
DE Nate Harvey East Carolina Placed on Injured Reserve on May 5, 2019
RB Jon Hilliman Rutgers Waived during final roster cuts; resigned to practice squad
DB Mark McLaurin Mississippi State Placed on Injured Reserve on August 5, 2019
C James O'Hagan SUNY Buffalo Waived during final roster cuts
LB Josiah Tauaefa UTSA Waived during final roster cuts; resigned to practice squad
DB Jacob Thieneman Purdue Waived/injured on May 14, 2019
WR Alex Wesley Northern Colorado Waived during final roster cuts
WR Reggie White Jr. Monmouth Waived during final roster cuts; resigned to practice squad
G Freedom Akinmoladun Nebraska Signed on May 14.[43] Waived during final roster cuts; resigned to practice squad

Other signings

Date Position Player Previous team Notes
March 12 S Antoine Bethea Arizona Cardinals 2 years, $6.5 million[44]
March 14 S Jabrill Peppers Cleveland Browns Acquired by trade (see trade details).[3]
March 14 G Kevin Zeitler Cleveland Browns Acquired by trade (see trade details).[3]
April 11 CB Henre' Toliver Salt Lake Stallions (AAF) Free agent signing.[45] Waived on August 31, 2019.
May 5 DE Alex Jenkins Free agent signing.[46] Waived on August 14, 2019.
May 6 G Austin Droogsma Free agent signing.[47] Waived on August 5, 2019.
May 6 K Joey Slye Free agent signing.[48] Waived on May 14, 2019.
May 14 OT Mike Remmers Minnesota Vikings Free agent signing; signed a 1 year deal.[49][50]
June 4 LB Keion Adams Pittsburgh Steelers Free agent signing.[51]
July 24 TE Isaiah Searight Tampa Bay Buccaneers Free agent signing.[52]
July 24 K Joey Slye Free agent signing.[53] Waived on July 27, 2019.
July 24 WR Da'Mari Scott Buffalo Bills From waivers.[53] Waived on August 21, 2019.
July 27 WR T. J. Jones Detroit Lions Free agent signing.[54] Waived on August 31, 2019.
July 27 WR Amba Etta-Tawo Birmingham Iron (AAF) Free agent signing.[54]
August 5 LB Terrence Fede Buffalo Bills Free agent signing.[55] Cut on August 31, 2019.
August 5 LB Joey Alfieri Philadelphia Eagles From waivers.[56] Cut on August 31, 2019.
August 5 G Malcolm Bunche Arizona Hotshots (AAF) Free agent signing.[57] Cut on August 31, 2019.
August 13 TE Jake Powell New Orleans Saints Free agent signing.[58] Cut on August 31, 2019.
August 14 CB Terrell Sinkfield Orlando Apollos (AAF) Free agent signing.[59] Cut on August 31, 2019.
August 14 P Johnny Townsend Oakland Raiders From waivers.[60] Cut on August 31, 2019.
September 1 WR Cody Core Cincinnati Bengals From waivers.[61]
September 1 OT Eric Smith New York Jets From waivers.[61]
September 1 TE Eric Tomlinson New York Jets Free agent signing.[61]
September 2 LB David Mayo San Francisco 49ers Free agent signing.[62]
September 9 LB Tuzar Skipper Pittsburgh Steelers From waivers.[63]
September 11 WR T. J. Jones New York Giants Free agent signing; resigned having been waived during final roster cuts on August 31.[64]
September 16 TE Kaden Smith San Francisco 49ers From waivers.[65]
September 24 LB Nate Stupar New York Giants Resigned having been released on September 6.[66]
September 26 RB Jon Hilliman New York Giants Signed from the practice squad.[67]
September 30 DE Chris Peace Los Angeles Chargers From waivers.[68]
October 1 LB Josiah Tauaefa New York Giants Signed from the practice squad.[69]
October 10 RB Austin Walter New York Giants Signed from the practice squad to add running back depth prior to week 6.[70] Waived the following day.[71]
October 11 QB Alex Tanney New York Giants Resigned having been released the previous day to make room for Austin Walter.[71]
October 11 RB Javorius Allen New Orleans Saints Free agent signing.[72]
October 14 WR Bennie Fowler New York Giants Resigned having been released on October 1.[73]
October 22 LB Devante Downs New York Giants Signed from the practice squad.[74]
October 22 LB Deone Bucannon Tampa Bay Buccaneers Free agent signing.[75]
October 29 DE Leonard Williams New York Jets Acquired by trade (see trade details).[16]
November 9 C Evan Brown New York Giants Signed from the practice squad.[76] Waived the following week.[77]
November 12 TE Scott Simonson New York Giants Free agent signing; re-signed having been released with an injury settlement on September 10.[78]
November 27 WR Da'Mari Scott New York Giants Signed from the practice squad.[79]
November 30 LS Colin Holba New York Giants Signed from the practice squad after Zak DeOssie had been placed on injured reserve.[80]
December 17 WR David Sills V New York Giants Signed from the practice squad after tight end Evan Engram had been placed on injured reserve.[81]
December 18 S Rashaan Gaulden New York Giants Signed from the practice squad, filling the vacancy left by Janoris Jenkins.[82]
December 27 DE Chris Slayton New York Giants Signed from the practice squad, after Rhett Ellison was placed on injured reserve.[83]
December 28 TE Garrett Dickerson New York Giants Signed from the practice squad, after Scott Simonson was placed on injured reserve.[84]

Practice squad

Having been cut as the roster was trimmed to the 53-man limit on August 31, Reggie White, Jr., Jon Hilliman, C. J. Conrad, Josiah Tauaefa, Jake Carlock, Evan Brown, Freedom Akinmoladun and Chris Slayton were resigned to the practice squad alongside new signings Corn Elder and David Sills V.[85] On September 18, 2019, Conrad was released and running back Austin Walter was signed to replace him.[86] Following an injury to starting running back Saquon Barkley in week 3, Hilliman was signed to the active roster on September 26.[67] On October 1, Tauaefa was signed to the active roster and the Giants filled out their practice squad by signing wide receiver Da'Mari Scott, who had been with the team during the offseason, and linebacker Devante Downs.[69]

With backup running back Wayne Gallman joining Barkley on the sidelines, Walter was signed to the active roster on October 10, prior to the week 6 matchup against New England.[70] Hilliman was resigned to the practice squad on October 15, 2019 having been waived following the New England game.[87] On October 22, 2019 Downs was signed to the active roster;[74] the place was filled by Tuzar Skipper, who had been waived on the same day.[88] On October 30, 2019 Carlock was released,[89] with punter Sean Smith being signed to replace him the following day.[90] Smith was released on November 5,[91] Safety Sean Chandler was signed to the practice squad on November 6, the day after he was waived from the active roster.[92]

On November 9, with the Giants struggling with injuries to several members of the offensive line, Brown was signed to the active roster.[76] On November 12, Elder was signed by the Carolina Panthers.[77] Later that day, White and Akinmoladun were released and the open spots on the practice squad were filled by tight end Garrett Dickerson, wide receiver Alex Bachman and long-snapper Colin Holba.[78] On November 13, Brown was re-signed.[93] On November 20, Skipper was signed by the Pittsburgh Steelers, with cornerback Derrick Baity filling the vacancy on the practice squad.[94] On November 27, Scott was promoted to the active roster, and White was re-signed.[79] On November 30, Holba was promoted to the active roster.[80]

On December 4, Brown was signed by the Miami Dolphins. On December 5, the Giants signed rookie center Tanner Volson,[95] and ex-Panthers safety Rashaan Gaulden to the fill the vacant spots on the practice squad.[96] On December 7, Chandler was re-signed to the active roster, replacing Jabrill Peppers, who was placed on injured reserve.[97] On December 11, Sean Smith was re-signed to fill the vacancy.[98] On December 17, Sills was signed the active roster, and tackle Nate Wozniak was signed to the practice squad.[81] The following day, Gaulden was promoted and defensive end Kevin Wilkins was added to the practice squad.[82] On December 24, Smith was released and full back George Aston signed to replace him on the roster.[99] Slayton and Dickerson were promoted to the active roster on December 27 and 28 respectively.[83][84]

Reserve/Futures

Following the end of the season all eight remaining practice squad members (Aston, Bachman, Baity, Hilliman, Volson, White, Jr., Wilkins and Wozniak) were signed to reserve/futures contracts along with Conrad and Smith, who had both been with the Giants earlier in the season, and long snapper Drew Scott.[100]

Other departures

Date Position Player Notes
March 14 WR Odell Beckham Jr. Traded to the Cleveland Browns (see trade details).[3]
March 14 DE Olivier Vernon Traded to the Cleveland Browns (see trade details).[3]
April 15 WR Quadree Henderson Waived.[101]
May 1 T Jylan Ware Waived.[102]
May 2 WR Jawill Davis Waived.[103]
May 9 RB Robert Martin Waived.[104]
June 6 LB Jeremiah Harris Waived (originally waived/injured on June 6 before reaching an injury settlement).[105][106]
June 13 S Jacob Thieneman Waived (originally waived/injured on May 14 before reverting to injured reserve).[107][108]
May 14 K Joey Slye Waived.[50]
July 24 QB Eric Dungey Waived.[52]
July 24 CB Tony Lippett Waived.[53]
July 27 K Joey Slye Waived.[109]
August 5 G Austin Droogsma Waived.[57]
August 13 DE Alex Jenkins Waived (originally waived/injured on August 5 before reaching an injury settlement).[110]
August 14 P Ryan Anderson Waived.[111]
August 21 WR Da'Mari Scott Waived.[112]
August 31 QB Kyle Lauletta Waived.[113]
August 31 WR T. J. Jones Released (vested veteran).[114]
August 31 LB Terrence Fede Released (vested veteran).[115]
August 31 DT John Jenkins Released (vested veteran).[116]
August 31 DE Chris Slayton Waived.[116] Signed to practice squad on September 1.
August 31 RB Jon Hilliman Waived.[116] Signed to practice squad on September 1.
August 31 WR Reggie White, Jr. Waived.[116] Signed to practice squad on September 1.
August 31 TE C. J. Conrad Waived.[116] Signed to practice squad on September 1.
August 31 TE Jake Powell Waived.[116]
August 31 C Evan Brown Waived.[116] Signed to practice squad on September 1.
August 31 C James O'Hagan Waived.[116]
August 31 OT Paul Adams Waived.[116]
August 31 OT Malcolm Bunche Waived.[116]
August 31 LB Avery Moss Waived.[116]
August 31 DE Jake Ceresna Waived.[116]
August 31 DE Freedom Akinmoladun Waived.[116] Signed to practice squad on September 1.
August 31 LB Josiah Tauaefa Waived.[116] Signed to practice squad on September 1.
August 31 LB Jake Carlock Waived.[116] Signed to practice squad on September 1.
August 31 LB Joey Alfieri Waived.[116]
August 31 CB Tenny Adewusi Waived.[116]
August 31 CB Terrell Sinkfield Waived.[116]
August 31 P Johnny Townsend Waived.[116]
August 31 LS Taybor Pepper Waived.[116]
August 31 S Kamrin Moore Waived off the commissioners' exempt list.[116]
September 1 WR Alonzo Russell Waived.[117]
September 1 OT Brian Mihalik Waived.[117]
September 2 LB B. J. Goodson Traded to the Green Bay Packers (see trade details).[118]
September 5 S Kenny Ladler Waived (originally waived/injured on August 31 before reaching an injury settlement).[119]
September 5 CB Henre' Tolliver Waived (originally waived/injured on August 31 before reaching an injury settlement).[119]
September 5 CB Ronald Zamort Waived (originally waived/injured on August 31 before reaching an injury settlement).[119]
September 6 LB Nate Stupar Released (vested veteran).[120]
September 9 LB Jonathan Anderson Released (vested veteran; placed on injured reserve on August 31 before reaching an injury settlement).[121]
September 9 WR Brittan Golden Released (vested veteran; placed on injured reserve on August 31 before reaching an injury settlement).[121]
September 9 T Chad Wheeler Waived (originally waived/injured on August 31 before reaching an injury settlement).[121]
September 10 RB Rod Smith Released (vested veteran; placed on injured reserve on August 31 before reaching an injury settlement).[122]
September 10 TE Scott Simonson Released (vested veteran; placed on injured reserve on August 31 before reaching an injury settlement).[122]
September 10 T Victor Salako Waived (originally waived/injured on August 31 before reaching an injury settlement).[122]
September 11 WR Alex Wesley Waived (originally waived/injured on August 31 before reaching an injury settlement).[123]
September 16 RB Paul Perkins Waived in order to sign tight end Kaden Smith.[65]
September 24 TE Eric Tomlinson Released (vested veteran) in order sign linebacker Nate Stupar.[66]
October 1 WR T. J. Jones Released (vested veteran).[69]
October 1 WR Bennie Fowler Released (vested veteran).[69]
October 10 QB Alex Tanney Released (vested veteran) in order to sign running back Austin Walter.[70] Resigned the following day.[71]
October 11 RB Austin Walter Waived,[71] a day after being signed from the practice squad prior to week 6 due to injuries at running back.[70]
October 11 RB Jon Hilliman Waived in order to make room for running back Javorius Allen.[72]
October 14 LB Nate Stupar Released (vested veteran) for the second time, to make room for wide receiver Bennie Fowler.[73]
October 21 LB Keion Adams Waived from injured reserve.[124]
October 22 TE Garrett Dickerson Waived in order to make room for linebacker Devante Downs.[74]
October 22 LB Tuzar Skipper Waived in order to make room for linebacker Deone Bucannon,[75] and re-signed to the practice squad.[88]
October 29 LB Tae Davis Waived in order to make room for defensive end Leonard Williams.[125]
November 5 S Sean Chandler Waived in order to make room for cornerback Sam Beal, who was activated from injured reserve.[126]
November 9 DE Olsen Pierre Waived in order to make room for center Evan Brown.[76]
November 12 C Evan Brown Waived.[77] Re-signed to the practice squad the following day.[93]
November 26 WR Bennie Fowler Waived.[127]
December 13 CB Janoris Jenkins Waived/injured after posting an offensive tweet to a fan.[21] Claimed by the New Orleans Saints.[128]
To trim the roster down to the 53 man NFL limit prior to the league's August 31 deadline, many players were cut (waived) on this date.

Trade details

Staff

Final roster

Preseason

Week Date Opponent Result Record Game site NFL.com
recap
1 August 8 New York Jets W 31-22 1-0 MetLife Stadium Recap
2 August 16 Chicago Bears W 32-13 2-0 MetLife Stadium Recap
3 August 22 at Cincinnati Bengals W 25-23 3-0 Paul Brown Stadium Recap
4 August 29 at New England Patriots W 31-29 4-0 Gillette Stadium Recap

Regular season

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Record Venue NFL.com
recap
1 September 8 at Dallas Cowboys L 17-35 0-1 AT&T Stadium Recap
2 September 15 Buffalo Bills L 14-28 0-2 MetLife Stadium Recap
3 September 22 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers W 32-31 1-2 Raymond James Stadium Recap
4 September 29 Washington Redskins W 24-3 2-2 MetLife Stadium Recap
5 October 6 Minnesota Vikings L 10-28 2-3 MetLife Stadium Recap
6 October 10 at New England Patriots L 14-35 2-4 Gillette Stadium Recap
7 October 20 Arizona Cardinals L 21-27 2-5 MetLife Stadium Recap
8 October 27 at Detroit Lions L 26-31 2-6 Ford Field Recap
9 November 4 Dallas Cowboys L 18-37 2-7 MetLife Stadium Recap
10 November 10 at New York Jets L 27-34 2-8 MetLife Stadium Recap
11 Bye
12 November 24 at Chicago Bears L 14-19 2-9 Soldier Field Recap
13 December 1 Green Bay Packers L 13-31 2-10 MetLife Stadium Recap
14 December 9 at Philadelphia Eagles L 17-23 (OT) 2-11 Lincoln Financial Field Recap
15 December 15 Miami Dolphins W 36-20 3-11 MetLife Stadium Recap
16 December 22 at Washington Redskins W 41-35 (OT) 4-11 FedEx Field Recap
17 December 29 Philadelphia Eagles L 17-34 4-12 MetLife Stadium Recap

Note: Intra-division opponents are in bold text.

Game summaries

Week 1: at Dallas Cowboys

Week 2: vs. Buffalo Bills

Week 3: at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Rookie quarterback Daniel Jones made his first career start ahead of 16-year veteran Eli Manning.[9] The Giants emerged victorious after erasing an 18-point deficit thanks to 336 passing yards and four total touchdowns from Jones. With their first win of the 2019 season, the Giants improved to 1-2,[10][11] though star running back Saquon Barkley left the game after spraining his ankle.[129]

Week 4: vs. Washington Redskins

Week 5: vs. Minnesota Vikings

Week 6: at New England Patriots

Week 7: vs. Arizona Cardinals

Week 8: at Detroit Lions

Week 9: vs. Dallas Cowboys

Week 10: at New York Jets

Week 12: at Chicago Bears

Week 13: vs. Green Bay Packers

The loss would eliminate the Giants from playoff contention for the third straight season.

Week 14: at Philadelphia Eagles

Week 14 featured Eli Manning taking over for an injured Daniel Jones against the injury-ravaged Philadelphia Eagles. Following a scoreless first quarter, Manning delivered a 35-yard touchdown pass to Darius Slayton on the first play of the second to put New York up 7-0. After the teams traded field goals, Manning would throw another touchdown pass to Slayton, this time from 55 yards, to build the Giants' lead to 17-3 before halftime. However, the offense would fall silent in the second half, going three-and-out on four of six possessions and putting up just 30 yards total offense. The Eagles would take advantage and score 14 unanswered points over the final two quarters to force overtime. After the Eagles won the overtime coin toss, the Giants defense failed to slow Philadelphia down, and the Eagles prevailed on Carson Wentz's second touchdown pass of the night to Zach Ertz. With the heartbreaking loss, the Giants dropped to 2-11 on the year, and matched a franchise-worst nine-game losing streak. Further, the loss marked the first time that the Giants trailed the Eagles in their all-time series. It also marked the first time since 2006 a Eagles-Giants game would go to overtime.

Week 15: vs. Miami Dolphins

With the win, the Giants snapped their nine-game losing streak and improved to 3-11. The game also proved to be Eli Manning's final start as a Giant. Manning would later announce his retirement on January 22, 2020 becoming the final start of his career.

Week 16: at Washington Redskins

Week 17: vs. Philadelphia Eagles

The Giants finished 4-12 with the loss, their seventh straight against the Eagles dating back to the 2016 season. Head coach Pat Shurmur was dismissed on the Monday following the game, along with most of his staff. Shurmur finished with a 9-23 record in his two seasons coaching the team.

Standings

Division

NFC East
W L T PCT DIV CONF PF PA STK
(4)Philadelphia Eagles 9 7 0 .563 5-1 7-5 385 354 W4
Dallas Cowboys 8 8 0 .500 5-1 7-5 434 321 W1
New York Giants 4 12 0 .250 2-4 3-9 341 451 L1
Washington Redskins 3 13 0 .188 0-6 2-10 266 435 L4

Conference

# Team Division W L T PCT DIV CONF SOS SOV STK
Division leaders
1[a] San Francisco 49ers West 13 3 0 .813 5-1 10-2 .504 .466 W2
2[a][b] Green Bay Packers North 13 3 0 .813 6-0 10-2 .453 .428 W5
3[a][b] New Orleans Saints South 13 3 0 .813 5-1 9-3 .486 .459 W3
4 Philadelphia Eagles East 9 7 0 .563 5-1 7-5 .455 .417 W4
Wild Cards
5 Seattle Seahawks West 11 5 0 .688 3-3 8-4 .531 .463 L2
6 Minnesota Vikings North 10 6 0 .625 2-4 7-5 .477 .356 L2
Did not qualify for the playoffs
7 Los Angeles Rams West 9 7 0 .563 3-3 7-5 .535 .438 W1
8[c] Chicago Bears North 8 8 0 .500 4-2 7-5 .508 .383 W1
9[c] Dallas Cowboys East 8 8 0 .500 5-1 7-5 .479 .316 W1
10[d] Atlanta Falcons South 7 9 0 .438 4-2 6-6 .545 .518 W4
11[d] Tampa Bay Buccaneers South 7 9 0 .438 2-4 5-7 .500 .384 L2
12 Arizona Cardinals West 5 10 1 .344 1-5 3-8-1 .529 .375 L1
13 Carolina Panthers South 5 11 0 .313 1-5 2-10 .549 .469 L8
14 New York Giants East 4 12 0 .250 2-4 3-9 .473 .281 L1
15 Detroit Lions North 3 12 1 .219 0-6 2-9-1 .506 .375 L9
16 Washington Redskins East 3 13 0 .188 0-6 2-10 .502 .281 L4
Tiebreakers[e]
  1. ^ a b c San Francisco finished ahead of Green Bay and New Orleans based on head-to-head sweep.
  2. ^ a b Green Bay finished ahead of New Orleans based on conference record.
  3. ^ a b Chicago finished ahead of Dallas based on head-to-head victory.
  4. ^ a b Atlanta finished ahead of Tampa Bay based on division record.
  5. ^ When breaking ties for three or more teams under the NFL's rules, they are first broken within divisions, then comparing only the highest ranked remaining team from each division.

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