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Giants OL allows a sack on Eli Manning during their ‘Sunday Night Football’ intros

What a coincidence. The Giants’ offensive line allowed a sack on Eli Manning during New York’s first offensive series against the Cowboys in Week 1. Unfortunately for the line, it happened during the unit’s Sunday Night Football introductions. This timing could not have been more unfortunate. John Jerry out of Ole Miss is the one who gets beat by Cowboys defensive end Demarcus Lawrence.
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