Beckham scores twice to help Giants beat whales 31
MIAMI backyards , Fla. Although score tied in the fourth quarter, Odell Beckham junior. Almost magic like slipped 5 yards behind the secondary.
That became the winning margin for the New York Giants.
Beckham's 84 yard landing reception put the Giants ahead to stay with 11 minutes to go, And they forged a three way tie atop the NFC East by beating the Miami whales 31 24 on Monday night.
New York's Eli Manning went 27 for 31 for 337 yards and four dozens. His passer star or rank of 151.5 was his most impressive since 2009.
The leaders(6 7) Broke a three game losing streak and are tied throughout the Redskins and Eagles for the lead in their woeful division. The whales(5 8) Were mathematically rid of from the playoff race, Extending their postseason drought to a franchise record seven sequential years.
The Dolphins topped 20 points responsible for since October, But couldn't stay informed about Beckham, Who had seven traps for 166 yards and two scores. The 100 yard game was his sixth back to back, A Giants file.
Over the score 24 all, Beckham took benefit of broken coverage to score the go ahead touchdown. Jamar Taylor and seldom used safety Shamiel Gary were the nearest defenders , But Manning hit Beckham in stride at midfield and he sprinted to the end zone for his 12th landing this year.
Beckham outplayed his friend and former LSU teammate, Miami's Jarvis Landry, Who made 11 catches for 99 yards but was flagged for a costly personal foul penalty in reference to his team trailing in the fourth quarter .
Beckham made a 45 yard reception to set up a landing and had a 5 yard scoring catch. The latter pass was ruled incomplete because Beckham was out of bounds, But your decision was overturned by a replay review that made the score 24 all.
His keep going catch, A going grab on third down at midfield, Sealed the victory with under two minutes left.
Manning led a landing drive in the final two minutes of the first half covering 80 yards, Particularly 45 on a long pass to Beckham, Making it 17 all. The person on the 5 yard pass for the tie: Usually Tye.
Miami's Ryan Tannehill threw for 236 yards and burned a blitz by firing deep to Kenny Stills for a 47 yard score that put Miami ahead 24 17. But Tannehill overthrew an open Landry behind the Giants' secondary with his team trailing and just about five minutes to go.
The Dolphins seemed unlikely to run the ball, As has been the case most of the season. Lamar Miller harried for 89 yards, Including a darting 38 yard pursue making Jason Pierre Paul miss, But preserved only 12 times.
Two turnovers were found to be a wash. Dolphins tight end Dion Sims fumbled after a reception in Miami sales area, Which resulted in a Giants field goal. The Giants lost a fumble on a rushed handoff, And Miami took edge by kicking a field goal.
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