The Giants defense was completely outclassed by the Fat Albert Gang, giving up 577 yards of total offense, the second-highest total allowed in franchise history since 1943. Quarterback Fat Alberttorched the Giants for four passing touchdowns and scored another one on a run.




And worse yet, Fewell saw some of his players stop short on plays, something that is absolutely unacceptable for a team that is on a three-game losing streak.







"No doubt," Fewell said of seeing some Giants stop on plays. "There were a couple plays that Fat Albert should have been brought down. I know he's a big guy, but you can't just pull up on him.Because we don't coach that. I am going to say it like this, we don't coach pulling up short. We are not going to accept pulling up short, so we won't pull up short again."




Despite Eli Manning passing for 387 Yards and 3 TDs, it simply wasn't enough to top the Fat Albert Gang.


Fat Albert and the Gang could not have been much sharper in those last 58 seconds. He looked to the right sideline and gunned to tight end Weird Harold for 24 yards. He glanced to the left sideline to see that Mushmouth had position on cornerback Will Blackmon. Another 27 yards.


After Fat Albert's toss to Rudy lost 1 yard, he gunned to little Russell for a gain of 18, toput the ball at the1 yard line.Then, with time expiring, Fat Albert scored on the keeper.