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, TV channels, odds, live stream, radio, more It’s game day, New York Giants fans! Your Giants host the New Orleans Saints on Sunday afternoon, with kickoff set for 4:25 p.m. ET at MetLife Stadium. Here is everything you need to watch, listen to and wager on Sunday’s game.In-game updatesHalftime score: The Giants’ scoring went silent in the second quarter, while the Saints put up four field goals to take a 12-7 halftime lead. The good news, though, is that the Giants’ red-zone defense held up, with no touchdowns allowed on the Saints’ four appearances. Eli Manning ended the half with 12 completions on 16 pass attempts for 161 yards and a touchdown. Wayne Gallman is the team’s leading receiver with three catches for 17 yards. Sterling Shepard has three catches for 14 yards and a touchdown. Odell Beckham, Jr. has two catches on five targets for minus-four yards. Saquon Barkley has rushd five times for 21 yards and also has a seven-yard catch. The Giants have a total of 98 yards, while the Saints have 164. Gallman also fumbled the ball away, the ensuing Saints drive culminating in one of those four aforementioned field goals.Injury update: Odell Beckham, Jr. went into the locker room just before halftime, but it was reported that it was to get an IV early and not due to any specific injury:First quarter update: The Giants scored a touchdown on their sole possession of the first quarter, giving them a 7-0 lead. Eli Manning was 6-of-7 for 41 yards and a touchdown. Sterling Shepard was on the receiving end of the score, and has three catches on three targets for 14 yards. Odell Beckham, Jr. had zero catches on one target. Saquon Barkley rushed twice for nine yards and had a 7-yard reception. Pre-game updatesIt’s time for kickoff! Check out our first-half live thread here.Giants inactives: TE Evan Engram LB Olivier VernonCB Eli AppleWR Cody LatimerC Evan BrownQB Kyle LaulettaCB Antonio HamiltonLineup Changes Connor Barwin for Vernon at WLBB.J. Webb for Apple at LCBScott Simonson for Engram at TESaints inactives:LB Manti Te’o OL Cameron TomOL Will ClappDE Mitchell LoewenTE Dan ArnoldDT Jay BromleyDE Trey HendricksonGame detailsWhat: Giants vs. New Orleans SaintsWhen: Sunday, Sept. 30Where: MetLife StadiumGame time: 4:25 p.m. ETTV: CBSAnnouncers: Jim Nantz, Tony Romo, Tracy WolfsonRadio: National — Sirius 81, XM 226
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, Internet 822; ESPN Radio — (Bill Rosinski, Bill Polian, Anita Marks) Giants Radio Network —WCBS 880-AM (Bob Papa, Carl Banks, Howard Cross); Local affiliates — Cortland, NY - WIII 99.9 FM, Ithaca, NY - WIII 100.3 FM, Elmira, NY - WENY 1230 AM, Corning, NY - WENI 1450 AM, Corning, NY - WGMM 98.7 FM, Geneva, NY - WGVA 1240 AM, Auburn, NY - WAUB 1590 AM, Plattsburgh, NY - WIRY 1340 AM, Hartford, CT - WTIC 1080 AM, Easton, PA - WEEX 1230 AM
, Syracuse, NY - WTLB 1310 AM, Oswego, NY - WRNY 1350 AM, Mattydale, NY - WIXT 1230 AM, Utica, NY - WTLA 1200 AM, Rome, NY - WSGO 1440 AM, Little Falls, NY - W249BC 97.7 FM, Little Falls, NY - W261AC 100.1 FM, Binghamton, NY - WAAL 99.1 FM, Albany, NY - WPYX 106.5 FM, Danbury, CT - WLAD 94.1 FM/800AM.Odds: Saints -3.5 [Odds Shark]Prediction: Odds Shark predicts a 23-22 Giants victoryOnline Stream: CBS App, Sunday NFL Ticket. Weather: 73 degrees at kickoff, clear [NFL Weather]SB Nation Saints website: Canal Street ChroniclesCheck the @BigBlueView Twitter account for in-game updates. As always, there will first and second-half threads for you to comment in. There will be plenty of post-game coverage as well, so make sure you don’t miss any of that.Remaining regular-season scheduleWeek 5 (Oct. 7): @ Carolina Panthers (1 p.m. | FOX)Week 6 (Oct. 11): vs. Philadelphia Eagles (8:25 p.m. | FOX
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, NFL Network, Amazon Prime)Week 7 (Oct. 22): @ Atlanta Falcons (8:15 p.m. | ESPN)Week 8 (Oct. 28): vs. Washington Redskins (1 p.m. | FOX)Week 9: BYEWeek 10 (Nov. 12): @ San Francisco 49ers (8:15 p.m. | ESPN)Week 11 (Nov. 18): vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1 p.m. | FOX)Week 12 (Nov. 25): @ Philadelphia Eagles (1 p.m. | FOX)Week 13 (Dec. 2): vs. Chicago Bears (1 p.m. | FOX)Week 14 (Dec. 9): @ Washington Redskins (1 p.m. | FOX)Week 15 (Dec. 16): vs. Tennessee Titans (1 p.m. | CBS)Week 16 (TBD): @ Indianapolis Colts (TBD)Week 17: Dec. 30): vs. Dallas Cowboys (1 p.m. | FOX) What were players talking about after the New York Giants lost to the New Orleans Saints 33-18 on Sunday? Let’s go inside the locker room and find out.Landon Collins said it was “hard” to accept the outcome after the defense played well much of the game ....“At the same time though, we have to continue working and staying loyal to this team and by playing together, we’re going to figure it out. We have all the keys, we have all of the weapons, we just have to put it all out there.”Alec Ogletree on the officiating ...“Honestly, I think it’s basically they’re worried about reffing in the Super Bowl game. If you ask them why they call a call, they tell you they wouldn’t make that call in the Super Bowl. I think that’s bad. That’s bad all around. “That’s definitely what was explained to me that you wouldn’t make that call in the Super Bowl and I don’t think that’s right. I think you should call the game as it’s being played and if you do that, everything will work itself out.”New Orleans cornerback Marshon Lattimore on Odell Beckham Jr. ...“Our goal was to take him out of the game. I’m pretty sure he was in the game -- he’s Odell Beckham. We always try to take him out the game. We did a good job of that today and we got the win.”Lattimore on taking the deep ball away from the Giants ...“We were playing aggressive, we just didn’t let them do it. It’s not like we were playing pretty good defense and not letting the ball over our heads. We were playing man, but we just switched it up in between calls. I feel like we did a pretty good job of just staying on top and doing our thing. They went deep, but it wasn’t there.”Cornerback Donte Deayon on a pass interference call against him on a third-and-8 with 2:34 that gave the Saints, leading 26-18, a first down rather than forcing them to punt.“I was out there competing. I thought I got there the same time the ball did. I got up, I saw the flag, and they called P.I. It was what it was,” Deayon said. “It was pretty deflating. You’re trying to get the ball back for our offense, and they call a pass interference, and it negates all of that. So, it was pretty deflating.”Eli Manning on Sunday’s loss ...“Tonight was a frustrating one. We got off to a good start and had a good drive. We were moving the ball and making plays on this team but we just weren’t able to do it. We got into some third and longs that we didn’t convert on. They had some good calls and some good plays. They weren’t going to give us anything deep. They took away all the deep stuff and made us go underneath. That was fine. We were going to just have to have some long drives and continue to play that way. There was a few times where they knocked us out of some good down and distance and we weren’t able to sustain some drives.”Manning on dealing with the soft zone the Saints played ...“There are different ways, you just have to find completions. There are holes and it is just a matter of timing. The right plays and the right types of zones. Just mix in some three and some two. You just have to be patient some times and work the middle of the field and work underneath. Just get in some good down and distance. You just have to keep playing that way. There is also some opportunities to have some big plays also.