Scoring points is the most basic and obvious key to any game, but for the Giants, it's become paramount and worth pointing out as a key.
Big Blue hasn't scored 30 or more points since a Week 17 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in 2015.
Higbee's touchdown made him the ninth consecutive tight end to score against the Giants defense, setting a new National Football League record for futility. Two plays later, Goff connected with a wide-open Woods for his second touchdown of the game, a 4-yarder over the middle. Running back Wayne Gallman had the Giants other turnover. Three plays later, Todd Gurley punched in a 4-yard touchdown run, increasing their lead to 48-10.
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Goff threw three touchdowns in the first half, finishing with 311 yards passing in arguably his best game as a pro.
Offensive pass interference and chop block penalties left the Rams with 3rd-and-33 from their own 48. And yet, a screen pass from Jared Goff turned L.A. wideout Robert Woods into a hot knife, and the Giants' defense just melted.
The only spot of trouble the Rams ran into came next, when the Giants went on a 14-play, 67-yard drive and tied the game 7-7 on a 5-yard touchdown pass from Manning to Tavarres King. At that point, the Rams had held the ball for less than 10 minutes.
The two teams traded field goals later in the second quarter, with cornerback Trumaine Johnson's second interception of the year leading to Zuerlein's.