The Giants defense bounced back and Roger Lewis made a sliding catch in overtime to set up the game-winning field goal to help New York beat the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday by a score of 12-9. >> Box score
The Giants relied on a strong performance by their defense, which had three interceptions and stifled Alex Smith and the Chiefs. Kansas City never scored a touchdown in the game.
Eli Manning and the Giants offense compiled a six-play, 26-yard drive in the second quarter for the game's only touchdown, but Giants kicker Aldrick Rosas missed the extra point.
Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker then tacked on a pair of 31-yard field goals to tie the game in the fourth quarter.
In overtime, the Giants put together a 10-play, 77-yard drive, which was highlighted by Manning's 34-yard pass to Lewis to put the Giants at the two yard line. Rosas then kicked the game-winning 23-yard field goal.
The Giants defense came through with two interceptions in the second half after Damon Harrison notched his first career pick in the first half. S Landon Collins picked off a pass attempt by Chiefs TE Travis Kelce and CB Janoris Jenkins intercepted Alex Smith before the two-minute warning in the second half.
What's Next: The Giants will travel to face the Washington Redskins on Thanksgiving at 8 p.m.