A 43-yard, third-quarter field goal by Graham Geno has helped the Washington Redskins take commanding lead over the New York Giants, which trail 20-3 entering the fourth quarter of a Week 15 NFL match up at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ. Geno's second field goal of the game ended a four-play, nine-yard drive that was setup by an interception Redskins defensive back DeAngelo Hall, who picked off Giants quarterback Eli Manning and ran the ball to the New York 34-yard line.
The Giants (7-6) had a chance to put point on the score board, but kicker Lawerence Tynes missed a 44-yard field goal wide left.
The Redskins (4-9) will begin the fourth quarter with the ball at the Giants 17-yard line facing a 4th-and-10. Geno will more than likely be called upon to kick his third field goal of the day.
If the Giants want to get back into this, Manning will need to put together some more fourth-quarter magic.