Giants’ injury replacements against Dallas Cowboys get mixed bag of grades from PFF

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Author - joshai

The injury-related issues caused players of the Giants to go into their rosters Thursday in the game against Dallas Cowboys and the result was a predetermined loss of 28-20at AT&T Stadium. 

In the absences were the cornerbacks who started, Adoree' Jackson along with Fabian Moreau, starting safety Xavier McKinney (for a third consecutive game) as well as the starting center Jon Feliciano 

the top three left guards (Ben Bredeson Josh Ezeudu, Ben Bredeson, as well as Shane Lemieux), starting right tackle Evan Neal (for a fourth consecutive game) and the starting tight end Daniel Bellinger (for a fourth consecutive game). 

There were many others however for the sake of this article, we'll concentrate on those who played those role with the Cowboys 

"I would say that all those guys that haven't been playing a lot that were forced to play competed well," coach Brian Dabollsaid on Friday 

"They performed well. There are definitely areas we could improve upon however, these guys played with a lot of intensity." 

Beginning with the secondary players starting with the secondary, here's how Pro Football Focus has to say regarding the performance of the substitutes.