The Giants couldn't contain the Saints' high-octane offense in their 33-19 loss at MetLife Stadium on Sunday night.
New York had a great 60-yard opening drive that led to a touchdown caught by Sterling Shepard, who was the team's leading receiver with 10 receptions for 77 yards. However, that is all the offense the Giants would muster in the first half.
The Giants' defense held the Saints to four field goals in the second quarter, leaving Drew Brees 0-for-4 in the red zone. But the second half was a different story.
Saints RB Alvin Kamara broke out for three touchdowns in the second, while rushing for 134 yards on 19 carries as a whole.
The Giants put pressure on in the fourth quarter with Saquon Barkley scoring a touchdown, and Shepard hauling in the two-point conversion to make it an eight-point game. But Kamara's 49-yard touchdown run iced it down the road.
Odell Beckham Jr. was clearly frustrated in this one, as he brought in seven catches for 60 yards. He was seen yelling on the sideline as the Giants' offense was stale until the very end.
As for Barkley, he had 10 rushes for 44 yards while bringing in six catches for 56 yards along with his touchdown run.
The Giants held Brees to 217 yards, and didn't allow him to throw a touchdown.
With the loss, the Giants move to 1-3 on the season, which puts them last in the NFC East.