The good news is: it’s over. Not just this game, but the preseason. From here on out, everything matters.
The Patriots had a chance to at least tie it at the end of regulation, with Brian Hoyer driving them down the field. He completed a nice pass to Jeremy Ebert for 18 yards over the middle to get to the New England 42, and then bought some time and hit Eric Kettani for 13 yards to NY 40.
But Hoyer went deep on the next throw, and there was a bit of miscommunication somewhere. Hoyer thought Jesse Holley was going deep, and Holley thought he was pulling up in his route. Hoyer went long, and hit Giants defensive back Deron Scott
Giants got the ball at their one-yard line, and killed the clock to claim the 6-3 victory.
No game tying field goal attempt for Gostkowski in this one, but a few Patriots made their case to make the team.
Brandon Bolden was the feature back for the first half, and finished with 59 yards on 15 carries "
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