Brandon Jacobs: Giants gave Titans game on a platter
The final score read 29-10, but in Brandon Jacobs' mind, the Titans didn't win on Sunday. The Giants handed them the game.
"Not to take anything away from Tennessee, but we absolutely took the game, put it on a plate, walked it across the field, and gave it to them," the Giants' running back said.
The Giants outgained the Titans by 200 yards, 471-271, but three turnovers and 11 penalties doomed the Giants.
"You can't do that in this league," said Jacobs, who lost his starting job this season to Ahmad Bradshaw. "You'll get beat by anyone."
Jacobs remains undeterred about the team's future.
"We've got a lot of talent in here, and we've got great coaches," he said. "We're going to bounce back and get this thing going."
veryone is smiling. Weveryone’s happy. We just have to win.