A lot has happened in the last few weeks of the NFL playoffs. From underdog victories to some significant losses, the league has seen it all from top NFL stars benched due to the coronavirus to accusations against the NFL management of not being cautious enough for players’ safety from the coronavirus. But all said and done; the game must go on.
In the Sunday clash between the NFC East and the NFC West table leaders, the result was quite shocking. The New York Giants took on the Seattle Seahawks and bagged a 17-12 victory against the fan favorites.
A significant contribution to the Giants’ victory against the NFC-West leading Seahawks came from the Giants’ replacement Quarterback, Colt McCoy. The NFL player managed the game well and helped guide the offense down the field numerous times. In a statement, Colt said,
“I was seeing a lot of things early. They pressured a lot, and I wasn’t confused on a whole lot of looks; I just was kind of seeing it too quick. I just needed to calm down, take a breath, and once we started to run the football, I felt a lot better.”
The 34-year-old quarterback’s 13 of 22 for 105 yards, one touchdown, and one interception was all the Giants needed for their game on Sunday.
Colt McCoy’s Net Worth is approximately $5 Million
The New Mexico-born player was first drafted in the third round by the Cleveland Brows in 2010. From his ten-year-long NFL career, Colt McCoy is expected to have amassed a net worth of approximately $5 Million.
According to spotrac.com, Colt McCoy signed a $2,250,000 contract with the New York Giants for one year, including $1,700,000 guaranteed and an average annual salary of $2,250,000. In 2020, McCoy will earn a base salary of $1,050,000 and a roster bonus of $1,200,000, while carrying a cap hit of $2,250,000 and a dead cap value of $2,250,000.
The Giants stunned the Seahawks at their Home Game.
The NFL underdogs, the New York Giants, stunned the Seattle Seahawks as they presented the Seahawks with their first home loss. Due to their 17-12 victory, the Giants have kept their spot on top of the NFC East for another week. The Giants coach Joe Judge was pleased with his team’s performance. He said,
“These guys do a great job. They’ve done everything we’ve asked them to do, and they’ve done it as well as they possibly can. And you see the results come in.”
This was also McCoy’s first victory since 2014 when he played for the Washington Football Team. Therefore the 34-year-old Giants Quarterback was more than happy about Sunday’s game. He said,
“It’s very gratifying. I talked to the guys, Coach Judge let me break down the team at the end, and I just told them how proud I was to be a part of this, to be with this group of guys, and that’s special to me. I love the game of football. I’ve been playing for eleven years, and I’m fortunate to still be playing. I count my blessings every day.”
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