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This article was originally published on September 14, 2018 and has been updated.

The following is an abridged version of the article: It was the start of the season for the New York Giants.

In a season where the Giants have won 10 straight games, the team had the best record in the NFL.

So, with a win Sunday over the Cincinnati Bengals, the Giants would secure a spot in the NFC Championship Game.

The Giants were also looking to improve on their record and would get another chance to do so after their season ended in the second round of the playoffs.

And they were looking to do something special after an eight-year losing streak.

With the loss, the New England Patriots became the first team in the league to beat the Giants in a regular season game since the 1980s.

This was the third time this season that New England has lost in the playoffs, as the Giants had won three of the previous four.

New York was coming off a 28-24 loss at MetLife Stadium, the fourth time this year that New York had lost in regulation.

With two minutes left, rookie linebacker Eli Apple hit cornerback Aqib Talib on the head with a helmet to the face.

Talib suffered a concussion and had to be carted off the field.

The New York Post reports that Apple was ejected for his actions.

The game was stopped at halftime.

The Giants and Patriots were both tied at 23-23.

After a timeout, Talib was carted to the locker room, where he lay unconscious for two minutes.

The Patriots went on to win the game, 28-21.

The game ended in a 27-27 tie, with New York’s Eli Apple taking over at quarterback.

Talib had a chance to win it again after the first quarter.

With the Giants trailing 28-20, he threw an interception to cornerback Jamar Taylor.

Tali was able to catch the ball and was able put it away.

He also threw a touchdown pass to tight end Chris Hogan.

After the game was over, the Patriots’ offense celebrated with fans, which was not typical of the team.

The fans started chanting, “Hey Eli, hey Eli, Hey Eli.”