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The Giants returned to New York after their win over the Redskins on Sunday. And they decided it was a cause for celebration.
Several Giants players, including quarterbacks Eli Manning and Daniel Jones, were seen at Green Rock Tap and Grill in Hoboken, NJ enjoying their victory with some games of flip cup, throwing napkins to the ceiling and dancing with the other patrons. Check it out below...
Also in attendance was Saquon Barkley, who celebrated the best game of his career with 270 total yards from scrimmage on 189 yards rushing and 90 yards receiving with a touchdown apiece in both categories. Safety Julian Love and practice squad receivers David Sills V and Reggie White Jr. were among the other Giants in attendance.
"It was just an awesome, and at the same time, humble experience having them celebrate a win at my bar," said Green Rock part-owner and bartender "DQ." "Being a die hard Giants fan, I had to get a picture and they were so cool about it. They really know how to let loose and have a good time. Napkin throwing being such a big part of the Sunday Funday Green Rock experience, it made my night watching a two-time Super Bowl MVP in Eli do it."
The celebration was more than deserved after Jones threw for 352 yards and five touchdowns in Washington, setting new career-highs in both categories. And the week before against the Dolphins, Manning led the Giants' offense with Jones still sidelined with an injury, and collected a win as well. He left the MetLife Stadium turf to a standing ovation from a crowd that could have seen his last home game as a Giant.