Giants Vs. Dolphins Score Update: Giants Trail 7-3 In Second Quarter

Pretty much everyone was expecting the New York Giants to steamroll the 0-6 Miami Dolphins. The Dolphins seem determined not to be an easy win, and proved that by limiting a pair of long Giants drives and getting on the board first.

Miami was able to get a turnover on downs midway through the first quarter following a pair of incomplete passes by Eli Manning. The Dolphins got into the red zone, and the Giants immediately incurred a blatant pass interference penalty, followed by an unnecessary roughness at the goal line, and the Dolphins were able to get on the board first following a Steve Slaton run.

New York answered Miami's touchdown with a big kickoff return by Devin Thomas, and the Giants began another drive, only to be stopped again by the Dolphins defense and settling for a short Lawrence Tynes field goal.

Dolphins quarterback Matt Moore is five-for-five with 53 yards and three passing first downs, so maybe the Dolphins don't need Andrew Luck quite as much as the experts seem to think.

Gripe about these pesky Dolphins with your fellow Giants fans over at Big Blue View.

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