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New York Giants running back Rashad Jennings was told not to score a touchdown

Giants running back Rashad Jennings says the Giants coaches told him not to score

Giants running back Rashad Jennings says the Giants coaches told him not to score

New York Giants’ 27-26 loss to the Cowboys here Sunday night, but let’s start with what running back Rashad Jennings said about his role in the horribly botched final offensive sequence.

“As a running back, it’s really tough when they tell you not to score,” Jennings said.

Which is weird, because if Jennings had scored on first down from the 4-yard line or second down from the 2-yard line after the two-minute warning, as he insists he could have, the Giants would have had a 10-point lead with about 100 seconds left in the game.

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