In game the Giants should've won by 20 plus they didn't, now that shouldn't come as a surprise to any Giants fan. Going into every game as a Giants fan you have to accept the fact that we aren't going to rack up easy wins, we just don't do it don't ask me why because I don't know, but somehow we always play down to the level of the competition. The defense for the Giants couldn't have been better, I don't have any complaints on that side of the ball. We shutdown a Saints offense that we know is capable of putting up 30 plus on good defenses like they did last week against the Raiders. We shutdown the run just like we did last week, showing that our front 7 is a lot better than last year, and the secondary made Drew Brees life a lot more difficult today. So the 100 million dollar defense has stepped us big and has carried us through our offensive struggles. Our special teams also had the play of the game when Jonathon Hankins blocked a field goal and Janoris Jenkins returned it to the crib, our only touchdown of the game. The offense on the other hand was awful. Against a horrible Saints defense that has no secondary whatsoever we were incapable of finishing off any drive. Victor Cruz showed his signs of rust today, he dropped a few balls, and had a crucial fumble deep in Saints territory. He made up for it on the final drive of the game when he went up and made a sick grab that he wrestled away from the defender to put us in position for a game winning field goal. Too many turnovers by the Giants today, you have to protect the ball while running three fumbles is unacceptable, almost cost a game that should've been over in the first quarter, just goes to show how important ball security is in this league. The defense has made a complete 180 from last season and is the reason we won this game, something I was never able to say last season. The Giants win a close one 16-13, in a completely opposite game from last year's Saint-Giants shootout. 2-0 is a hell of a feeling.