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New York Giants vs. Baltimore Ravens: Full Report Card Grades for New York

Six Flags Great Adventure may in the same state, but the biggest roller coaster in New Jersey was inside MetLife Stadium. Despite the Baltimore Ravens' best effort with an injury-riddled roster, the New York Giants were able to fight them—and the officials—off for the 27-23 victory. After weeks of poor play, Eli Manning began to look like his former self, looking much more comfortable in the pocket, while head coach Ben McAdoo was more creative in his play-calling.
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