New York Jets vs New York Giants Le'Veon Bell showed off from the yard 1
Sam Darnold threw a touchdown pass to Jamison Crowder and ran for another Jets score (2-7), who recovered from the 28-16 loss last week against the Miami Dolphins, who had not won before that match.
Daniel Jones released a personal four-pass touchdown record for Darius Slayton and Golden Tate but could not avoid the sixth defeat followed by the Giants (2-8), something that has not happened since 2014.
With the Giants down 21-19 in the third quarter, Jones approached them to the end zone in nine plays and 69 yards. That series ended with a 15-yard scoring pass for Tate.
Pat Shurmur decided to play it with a two-point conversion. Jones found Bennie Fowler III in the left corner of the end zone for the Giants to take the lead in the game for the first time, 27-21 with 5:21 minutes in the third period.
Sam Ficken scored a 53-yard field goal to cut the difference of the Jets to three points. Darnold kept the play alive running 24 yards in third and seven from yard 39.
The Jets took the lead with a Quick Bell touchdown. After a 25-yard catch from Crowder, Darnold threw a deep pass to Robby Anderson. Deandre Baker was penalized for pass interference in the end zone that brought them close to the 1-yard line.
Ficken scored the field goal to give them an advantage 34-27 with 7:36 minutes to play, The Jets defense only had to endure the rest of the duel.