Janoris Jenkins
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New York Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins was frustrated with his role in Sunday’s loss to the Green Bay Packers.

The New York Giants have officially hit double-digit losses for the third consecutive season. On Sunday, they fell defeated at the hands of the Green Bay Packers by a score of 31-13.

The loss was fueled by four touchdown passes from Aaron Rodgers along with three picks thrown by Giants rookie Daniel Jones.

Big Blue’s secondary, once again, was an issue as well. They allowed big play after big play, which succumbed to 243 passing yards for the Packers.

After the game, top cornerback Janoris Jenkins expressed his frustrations, which were brought on mainly due to his role.

The Giants, along with defensive coordinator James Bettcher, don’t prepare for Jenkins to follow the opposing team’s top receiver. On Sunday, it would’ve been Packers wideout Davante Adams, who caught two touchdowns.

Instead, Jenkins remained on the left side of the field. Following the opposing team’s top target is usually what teams prepare for their No. 1 cornerback to do.

Jenkins racked up just one assisted tackle in the loss. That being said, he was relatively quiet throughout the entire game. It was actually his fourth consecutive matchup without an interception. His last pick (he has four on the year) was in the 31-26 loss to the Detroit Lions during Week 8.

New York has now succumbed to eight straight losses and is 2-10 on the year. With this loss, paired with the Washington Redskins win over the Carolina Panthers, the Giants are now in last place in the NFC East.

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Ryan Honey is a staff writer and host of the Wide Right Podcast.