Grades for Giants-Bengals

Here are the top takeaways and grades from Friday night’s Giants-Bengals game.

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(AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

(AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

Grades for Giants-Bengals

Here are the top takeaways from Friday night’s Giants-Bengals game, including the highest graded players for each team:


–On 18 run snaps first year player Uani’ Unga recorded three stops, for a healthy run stop percentage of 16.7%

–The Giants had success with their Defensive tackles as both Jay Bromley and Johnathan Hankins, while they combined for three tackles/assist, they had two of the highest grades of the game.

–While Ricky Stanzi did not have the best box score stats with only three completions on seven attempts, he earned the best grade of any QB in the game. A couple more of his passes should have been caught but defenders made plays on them when his WRs had the ball in their hands.

Top 5 graded players:

Jay Bromley (+3.4)

Trevin Wade (+3.1)

Johnathan Hankins (+2.4)

Bennett Jackson (+1.9)

Dallas Reynolds (+1.8)


–The Bengals may have themselves a future player in undrafted Rookie CB Troy Hill. He allowed three catches on seven targets for 27 yards.

–Along side Troy Hill, Rookie Joshua Shaw played 31 snaps in coverage and only allowed 12 yards on those snaps.

–Neither backup QB, Joshua Johnson or Keith Wenning, showed much in the passing game. Johnson, though recorded the highest run grade for the Bengals.

Top 5 graded players:

Troy Hill (+3.3)

Greg Little (+3.0)

Joshua Shaw (+1.9)

Chris Lewis-Harris (+1.8)

Tyler Eifert (+1.5)


  • D

    According to Premium Stats, Marshall Newhouse graded out at +2.0. Which is right?

  • Chgolaw

    So going 3-3, running for a first town, throwing a TD pass, and never getting to 3rd down is not in the top 5, then these rankings are absurd.