NEW YORK GIANTS PLAYOFF HOPES ARE OVER…
With the Washington Redskins defeating the Philadelphia Eagles 38-24 on Saturday night, the playoff aspirations of the New York Giants are officially over. The Redskins won the NFC East divisional title and all other teams in the division have been eliminated from NFC Wild Card contention.
The 6-8 Giants will finish up the 2015 season with an away game against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday night and a home game against the Eagles on January 3rd. The Giants have lost four of their last five games and will not have a winning record for the third season in a row. This will be the fourth year in a row the Giants have missed the playoffs and the sixth time in seven years. The last time the Giants missed the playoffs four years in a row was pre-1981.
The New York Giants have missed the playoffs six of the last seven years.
— Big Blue Interactive (@BigBlueInteract) December 27, 2015
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