October 12, 2020 | 5:05pm
The Giants had no problem scoring against the Cowboys Sunday, but their 34 points were still not enough. They fell 37-34 on a field goal to end the game that would drop Big Blue to 0-5. To break down the loss and everything Giants, we bring you a brand new episode of the “Blue Rush” podcast with Paul Schwartz and two-time Super Bowl champion Lawrence Tynes.
The guys open up the podcast talking about the “gut-wrenching” loss and enough of the “we’re close” comments. This team needs to go out and beat Washington next Sunday. Tynes breaks down exactly what happened on the fake field goal for a touchdown by Riley Dixon that was called back. He says it is Dixon’s fault for not making sure Cam Fleming was set before the ball was snapped. They get into what they saw from Daniel Jones and Joe Judge’s comments on the team making progress. They get into Evan Engram being a poor route runner, Andy Dalton coming in to lead the team to victory and the devastating Dak Prescott ankle injury. I pop in to wrap the segment on the brutal state of New York sports right now.
In the first edition of “Tynes Take,” Tynes gets into Daniel Jones and his evaluation of him so far through the first 17 games of his career. It’s a tough act following a legend like Eli Manning.
Giants Super Bowl champion offensive guard Rich Seubert then joins Tynes, Schwartz and I for a fun interview. Seubert opens up by talking about the Watchung Hills Regional High School football team he coaches, their game Monday night against Shaun O’Hara’s old squad and why he loves coaching high school football. Seubert also gets into his Giants training camp fights in Albany, the fight at the first practice at the new stadium and going from undrafted to a starting lineman. No. 69 also discusses his devastating leg injury, compares it to what Prescott is going through, the Dixon play called back and never making a Pro Bowl. Seubert also takes us inside the infamous David Tyree play from Super Bowl 42.
Catch up on all episodes of “Blue Rush,” a New York Giants podcast, by subscribing to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Follow Lawrence Tynes and Paul Schwartz on Twitter @lt4kicks and @NYPost_Schwartz. The next episode of the show drops Thursday.