Patriots, Giants Finish Off The Preseason In New York

East Rutherford, NJ (Sports Network) - Rhett Bomar's 60-yard touchdown connection to Duke Calhoun in the fourth quarter was the difference as the New York Giants clipped New England, 20-17, in the final preseason game for both clubs from the Meadowlands.

Bomar finished 11-of-24 for 171 yards and one interception for the Giants, who start the regular season against Carolina at home 10 days from now.

Eli Manning got the start and was 7-of-9 for 91 yards and a TD pass to Kevin Boss. Danny Ware covered 60 yards on 13 carries, and Calhoun led the receivers with 76 yards on three catches.

Brian Hoyer went 15-of-26 for 266 yards, one touchdown and a pick for the Patriots, who kick off 2010 by welcoming Cincinnati on September 12.

Tom Brady started and was 4-of-8 for 51 yards with a score to Rob Gronkowski and one interception.

Darnell Jenkins finished with 93 receiving yards and a TD on five receptions.

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