Found September 29, 2013 on Fox Sports:
There haven't been many highlights for the Giants this season, but Victor Cruz's 69-yard touchdown temporarily gave the Big Blue faithful a glimmer of hope. In the second quarter, quarterback Eli Manning took the snap, stepped back in the pocket and lofted a pass down the right sideline to Cruz. Chiefs cornerback Dunta Robinson was beaten deep on a double move, and the third-year wide receiver hauled in the pass. It was all for naught, however. The play was the Giants' only score of the game, as they fell to 0-4 with a 31-7 loss against the Chiefs.

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