Posted by , Dec 23, 2016 at 09:24am
Giants still in the driver's seat.

The New York Giants failed to clinch a playoff spot last night in Philadelphia, but they're still in great shape to make the post-season barring a stream of catastrophic events. 

The Giants, now 10-5, can clinch a playoff spot from the comfort of their couches with any of the following scenarios:

1) Lions loss or tie

2) Packers loss or tie

3) Buccaneers loss or tie

4) Falcons loss

Not to mention, the G-Men still have one more game against the Redskins in Week 17 and can clinch with a win.

That said, Odell Beckham Jr. was still outraged after the loss. Per the New York Post:

"He stood in the tunnel adjacent to the visitors’ locker room and fumed, emitting guttural sounds of anguish in a display of utter frustration."

"Then he stood facing a steel wall and banged his head into it, once, twice, three times, before team officials, including co-owner John Mara, consoled him, with Mara patting him on the back as Beckham slowly made his way into the locker room."

The Dallas Cowboys, on the other hand, clinched the #1 seed in the Conference and home-field throughout the playoffs thanks to last night's win by the Eagles. 

 

Giants Lose, Can Still Clinch Playoff Spot With Any Of These Scenarios On Sunday

Kyle Rooney
Dec 23, 2016 at 09:24am
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Giants still in the driver's seat.

The New York Giants failed to clinch a playoff spot last night in Philadelphia, but they're still in great shape to make the post-season barring a stream of catastrophic events. 

The Giants, now 10-5, can clinch a playoff spot from the comfort of their couches with any of the following scenarios:

1) Lions loss or tie

2) Packers loss or tie

3) Buccaneers loss or tie

4) Falcons loss

Not to mention, the G-Men still have one more game against the Redskins in Week 17 and can clinch with a win.

That said, Odell Beckham Jr. was still outraged after the loss. Per the New York Post:

"He stood in the tunnel adjacent to the visitors’ locker room and fumed, emitting guttural sounds of anguish in a display of utter frustration."

"Then he stood facing a steel wall and banged his head into it, once, twice, three times, before team officials, including co-owner John Mara, consoled him, with Mara patting him on the back as Beckham slowly made his way into the locker room."

The Dallas Cowboys, on the other hand, clinched the #1 seed in the Conference and home-field throughout the playoffs thanks to last night's win by the Eagles. 

 

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