Giants Vs. Saints Score Update: Brandon Jacobs TD Run Brings Score To 21-10, Saints

The New York Giants traded the New Orleans Saints 21-3 coming out of halftime, but were quickly able to cut into the lead. The Giants went on an 8-play drive that ended in a Brandon Jacobs touchdown run, where he completely ran over safety Roman Harper on his way to the endzone.

Here's a video of the entire play:

The Giants scoring drive was assisted by a somewhat questionable personal foul call on Saints safety Isa Abdul-Quddus. Abdul-Quddus laid a big hit on Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks as he went over the middle and was flagged for hitting a "defenseless receiver". It looked like a relatively clean hit to me. Nicks had already caught the football, so I guess in order to not be a defenseless receiver, Abdul-Quddus needed to let him land before he tried to knock the ball out? You be the judge:

Brandon Jacobs just couldn't contain himself on his touchdown. He just had to... dance.

For more on this match up, follow our comprehensive Giants vs. Saints StoryStream or visit Giants Blog Big Blue View and Saints Blog Canal Street Chronicles. For all your professional football needs, visit our NFL hub.

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