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NEW YORK — New York Jets coach Rex Ryan got the Giants beat on Sunday night.
Ryan is still reeling from their 28-17 loss at Dallas on Monday night, and he was not satisfied with the performance.
“We weren’t getting any points, we weren’t creating any chances,” Ryan said.
“They made some great plays, and the defense was making some great runs.
They were really tough to play against, and they’re still playing good football.”
Ryan said he did not expect any more pressure from the defense on the Jets.
He noted that the Giants are allowing the fewest points in the league.
Ryan’s frustration was evident in the way the Giants were playing on offense.
He said he was disappointed with the play of tight end Evan Engram, who is nursing a sprained ankle and will miss the first three games of the season.
Ryan said the team had to get creative with the running game.
Engram had a few big runs, including a touchdown pass to receiver Brandon Marshall, but they weren’t enough to offset the Giants inability to create any big plays.
“I think there was a lot of pressure on them,” Ryan told reporters.
“The ballcarrier in Brandon Marshall is playing really well.
He’s doing everything right.
He just wasn’t able to make the big plays that we needed to make.”
The Giants’ offense is coming off a bye week.
That’s when Ryan said he will use the team’s bye week to “start looking at some of our young guys.”
The team will face the Browns on Thanksgiving night, before playing the Eagles on Christmas Eve.
The Giants (7-2) have won three straight games, including an overtime win over the Titans on Sunday.
They will play at the Eagles in Philadelphia on Monday.