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New York newspapers react to Giants miss
« : abril 08, 2023, 04:15:03 am »
Sunday marked the final day of the 2020 NFL regular season and, as usual, the playoff picture stood to change a great deal. Entering Sunday evening's game between the and , the just needed the Eagles to come away with a victory and New York would be postseason bound.However, Sonny Gray Jersey  the Eagles ended up falling to Washington, 20-14. Despite the game being close all night, early in the fourth quarter, the Eagles, who stood to have a higher draft pick if they lose, pulled starting quarterback in favor of backup . That basically gifted Washington the win. Didi Gregorius Jersey Obviously, the Giants were cheering hard for the Eagles because the win would've given them a home playoff game against and the . As one can imagine, anyone a sociated with the Giants and their fanbase was unhappy that Eagles head coach Doug Pederson decided to pull Hurts in favor of Sudfeld and Greg Bird Jersey  diminished the Eagles' chances of winning drastically.New York newspapers had some very poignant headlines as a result of the Giants mi sing the postseason due to the Eagles' lo s.    Todays New York Post back page has a nice subtle me sage for the Eagles and Doug Pederson  Paul Schwartz (@NYPost_Schwartz)    Here's our back page.  Back Page Guy NYDN (@BackPageGuyNYDN)  The Washington Post got in on the fun too, but it was a much different story for their local .  So this happened ...  Nicki Jhabvala (@NickiJhabvala)  It's hard to blame the Giants for being upset regarding Sunday's outcome. After all, New York David Robertson Jersey  held up their end of the bargain as it defeated the , 23-19 Austin Romine Jersey , earlier in the day.  On the other hand, the Giants did lose three of their final four games, which was the reason that the NFC East division race came down to the final day of the regular season. Now the Giants will look towards the future after a six-win season and some promise under first-year head coach Joe Judge.