Janoris Jenkins' Giants dig nearly blew up in his face

New York Post
Janoris Jenkins' Giants dig nearly blew up in his face
Janoris Jenkins' Giants dig nearly blew up in his face

TAMPA, Fla. — The Giants led by one. Four seconds remained. Tampa Bay kicker Matt Gay stepped onto the field, prepared to drill a game-winning 34-yard field goal. Janoris Jenkins had one thought. “I was just like, 'F—,' to be honest,” the cornerback said. “I was just like, 'F—.' ” Just one week after Jenkins criticized the defense's front-seven for its inability to pressure the quarterback, the Giants' top cornerback almost single-handedly became responsible for a third straight loss after allowing Mike Evans to go off for 190 yards receiving and three touchdowns. But, when Gay pushed his kick wide right, the Giants escaped Raymond James Stadium, with a 32-31 win. And Jenkins escaped without

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