James Bradberry, Nate Solder among highest-graded Giants in Week 6

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The Los Angeles Rams blew the New York Giants out of the water in Week 6, earning a 38-11 victory at MetLife Stadium. And no, the game wasn’t as close as the final score indicates.

Half of the stadium was empty by the fourth quarter and the fans who remained were either cheering on the Rams or booing the Giants.

Generally, we try to express some level of positivity and optimism each week, but there is none left to be had. And the Pro Football Focus grades are testament to that.

Offensive tackle Nate Solder, who had a horrific game, led the Giants’ offense with a grade of 67.0 (min. 20 snaps). How he graded out so high is beyond us.

If you eliminate the minimum snap count, wide receiver Kadarius Toney led the team with a 86.4 (six snaps) and was followed up by fullback Eli Penny (71.8 on 15 snaps).

Other notable offensive grades include tight end Evan Engram (60.8), wide receiver Sterling Shepard (57.6) and quarterback Daniel Jones (35.1).

The lowest-graded Giant on offense was guard Wes Martin (23.5 and a 0.0 pass block grade). It’s the second week in a row a Giants offensive lineman earned a 0.0 in pass protection (Matt Skura the other).

Veteran cornerback James Bradberry led the defense with a grade of 81.7. He was followed up by defensive lineman Austin Johnson (77.2), safety Xavier McKinney (76.3) and defensive tackle Leonard Williams (76.3).

Other notable grades on defense include linebacker Lorenzo Carter (55.4), cornerback Adoree’ Jackson (53.3) and safety Jabrill Peppers (57.0).

The lowest-graded Giant on defense was safety Julian Love, who earned a 23.2.