The Patriots wrapped up the 2019 preseason with the New York Giants on Thursday night.
Check out all the best social media postings and videos from the final tuneup before the regular season.
In the first quarter Josh Gordon made his first appearance since being reinstated.
A Stephen Gostkowski 31 yard field goal gave the Patriots an early 3-0 lead.
The Giants would answer back with a 35 yard pass from Alex Tanney to Alonzo Russell.
7-3 New York Giants.
A 32 yard field goal by Aldrick Rosas gave the Giants their first lead of the game after one quarter of play.
The second quarter became the Demaryius Thomas Show.
Thomas, who missed the remainder of the 2018 season with an achilles injury, looked sharp.
Thomas hauled in a 35 yard highlight catch for a touchdown from Jarrett Stidham, the two point attempt failed.
10-9 ballgame early in the second quarter.
The Patriots retook the lead when Stidham again found Thomas for a score completing a perfect drive for the rookie quarterback.
16-10 Patriots at the eight minute mark of the second.
Stephen Gostkowski tacked on a 40 yard field goal to extend the Patriot lead to nine.
A Nick Brossette rushing score opened up a 26-10 Patriots lead.
Don’t tell Tom Brady and Julian Edelman that its week four of preseason.
A Stephen Gostkowski 51 yard field goal just before halftime pushed the Patriot lead to 29-10.
In the third quarter the Giants mounted a comeback following a field goal and Kyle Lauletta touchdown to Scott Simonson to cut the Patriots lead to ten at 29-19 after three.
Gunner Olszewski captured the attention of many in the second half for his versatility to play multiple positions, will it earn him a roster spot, we will see?
The Giants comeback continued into the fourth quarter as Wayne Gallman brought big blue within three at 29-25.
With the clock winding down on the game late fourth, Alonzo Russell hauled in a stunning buzzer beater, game winning touchdown from Kyle Lauletta.
The Giants once again foiled a Patriots perfect (pre) season attempt with a come from behind 31-29 victory.
The regular season at long last begins for real on September 8th at 8:25 against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
31-29 FINAL NYG
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