Washington DC, United States.- Week 2 of the National Football League (NFL) started in a spectacular way looking at the triumph of Washington Football Team by 30-29, on the New York Giants, on the last play of the game on the FedExField field.
The start of the field did not work out legitimately for the quarterback. Taylor Heinicke, who in his first two possessions went to zero along his offensive line. On the other hand, the one who overcame the diagonals was the visit after the quarterback’s personal play, Daniel Jones. In 2nd and goal he entered through the internal zone and after six yards he opened the scoring by 0-7.
It was not until the 2nd inning when Heinicke began to improve in his possession of the spheroid that an 11-yard passing pass allowed receiver Terry McLaurin to grab the ball and thus tie the commitment, before coming on the scene that night. of the kickers, Dustin Hopkins and Graham Gano.
The Giants element (Gano), has been very effective since the previous NFL season that tonight in Washington showed why he remains undefeated and at the same time the star of New York’s kickers list. With five field goal attempts he positioned his franchise with a 27-29 advantage, with less than two minutes left on the clock.
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Instead, the veteran Dustin Hopkins did his thing and in his first two appearances in the contest he brought the Team closer in the result, however in a long 48-yard opportunity, to win the game in the last second, he missed on his third attempt. However, the penalty flags saved his wrong shot and gave him a second chance.
An invasion of ground by the New York defensive line caused the field goal to be repeated, but now with five yards ahead after the five penalty. Hopkins would have the key to go from villain to hero. Cornering his shot to his right side, the spheroid entered the determined zone for Washington to come back 30-29.
Those led by Head Coach, Ron Rivera, consolidated with their first victory of the 2021-22 campaign. Terry McLaurin was the receiver with the most yards of the night (107). Taylor Heinicke had 336 yards after 34 attempts of 46 possible. While Daniel Jones was left with 249 units advanced for his 22 opportunities out of 32 rehearsed.