Dexter Lawrence, Darius Slayton were highest-graded Giants in Week 10

The New York Giants improved to 7-2 on the season with an end-to-end 24-16 victory over the Houston Texans in Week 10 at MetLife Stadium.

The victory wasn’t the cleanest variety for the Giants, but it was certainly enough to get the job done. And the grades actually reflect well overall.

Here’s a look at the highest and lowest grades for offense, defense and special teams courtesy of Pro Football Focus.

Note: We’re only including players who saw 15+ snaps in the game.

Highest grades, offense

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  • WR Darius Slayton (84.7)

  • LT Andrew Thomas (70.1)

  • TE Lawrence Cager (69.0)

  • WR Isaiah Hodgins (68.5)

  • QB Daniel Jones (67.7)

Lowest grades, offense

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  • TE Chris Myarick (42.2)

  • WR Kenny Golladay (43.8)

  • RT Tyre Phillips (44.7)

  • RG Mark Glowinski (58.5)

  • C Jon Feliciano (61.8)

Highest grades, defense

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  • NT Dexter Lawrence (92.0)

  • DL Leonard Williams (90.5)

  • CB Adoree’ Jackson (77.0)

  • LB Jaylon Smith (71.3)

  • LB Kayvon Thibodeaux (69.4)

Lowest grades, defense

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  • S Dane Belton (39.8)

  • LB Oshane Ximines (50.3)

  • LB Jihad Ward (50.6)

  • LB Micah McFadden (53.7)

  • CB Darnay Holmes (55.5)

Highest grades, special teams

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  • CB Nick McCloud (78.2)

  • LB Cam Brown (70.4)

  • RB Gary Brightwell (64.4)

Lowest grades, special teams

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  • S Julian Love (52.3)

  • CB Jason Pinnock (56.5)

  • TE Chris Myarick (58.0)

Story originally appeared on Giants Wire