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By SI Wire
October 13, 2014

New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin said he was shocked by his team's offensive performance in a 27-0 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday night, according to Paul Schwartz of the New York Post

The Giants managed just 12 first downs and went 2 for 14 on third-down conversions. New York punted six times in the first half alone, a stat that Coughlin said would've made him "look at you cross-eyed" if you'd told him that before the game. 

• Eli Manning: Giants have to 'grow up' this week

Giants offensive tackle Justin Pugh apologized to fans on Twitter Monday for his performance:

Defensive end Mathias Kiwanuka called the loss to the Eagles "a humbling experience for all of us," while quarterback Eli Manning said, "Everybody on offense took a little bit of a step back." 

• Odell Beckham Jr. on Victor Cruz injury: 'I have to step up'

Wide receiver Victor Cruz, who led the team in receiving the last two years, sustained a torn patellar tendon in his right knee while attempting a touchdown catch. Cruz is reportedly out for the season

The Giants fell to 3-3 and are in third place in the NFC East. They face the Dallas Cowboys (5-1) on Sunday. 

Molly Geary



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