Giants vs. Washington final score, results: WFT wins on second-chance FG after NYG penalty

 The Washington eleven , led by backup quarterback Taylor Heinicke, got their first win of the season Thursday night, 30-29 over the Giants.

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Washington's Dustin Hopkins kicked a 43-yard field goal with no time remaining, on his second attempt at a game-winning kick. He missed from 48 but the Giants' Dexter Lawrence was flagged for offside. Hopkins then converted on the second chance.

Giants quarterback Jones had quite the sport . He set a franchise record with 95 rushing yards, and he also threw for 249 yards and touchdown. He had a 58-yard TD run within the second quarter nullified by a holding penalty. The holding call, Lawrence's penalty and a dropped pass within the end zone by Darius Slayton all contributed greatly to the loss.

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The Giants (0-2) took the first lead then kept answering Washington (1-1). they might have gone up by a touchdown after forcing the game's only turnover, an interception, with 2:22 remaining, but the drive resulted only during a Graham Gano field goal and a two-point lead.

The victory was Heinicke's first as an NFL QB. 

Sporting News tracked live updates and highlights from the Giants vs. WFT game on Thursday. Below are the key moments from the Week 2 matchup.

Final: Washington 30, Giants 29

11:41 p.m. — FIELD GOAL, WFT. the sector goal attempt is now from 43 yards. Hopkins' kick is sweet this point , and Washington gets its first win of the season at the last second.

11:40 p.m. — Hopkins comes out for a 48-yard field goal attempt. The kick is not any good, but a flag is thrown for offside on the Giants' defense. Hopkins gets a second attempt.

11:38 p.m. — McLaurin makes a catch for six yards, but the play goes under review. The completion is confirmed with nine seconds remaining.

11:37 p.m. — Humphries advances 7 yards on a reception then goes out of bounds. Washington is now in field goal range after the primary down.

11:36 p.m. — The Giants call their final timeout to avoid a penalty for too many men on the the sector .

11:35 p.m. — Washington uses its final timeout. It's third-and-5 with 28 seconds left.

11:34 p.m. — Giants call their second timeout with 39 seconds remaining. 

11:32 p.m. — A flag is thrown for a neutral zone infraction on the Giants' Lorenzo Carter. First down for Washington, which is now about 3 yards faraway from field goal territory.

11:31 p.m. — McKissic is brief by a yard on third down as Washington quickly drives for the go-ahead score. McKissic redeems himself with a primary down on the following fourth-down play.

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Giants 29, Washington 27

11:27 p.m. — FIELD GOAL, GIANTS. Pass incomplete to Shepard on third down. The Giants' field goal crew comes out for a 35-yard attempt. The kick is sweet and therefore the Giants have now hit on 35 consecutive field goal attempts. Two minutes remain, many time for Washington.

11:24 p.m. — the primary turnover of the sport finally comes. Bradberry intercepts Heinicke's throw to McLaurin at the Washington 25. this is often exactly what the Giants were trying to find .

11:23 p.m. — The Giants take their first timeout of the second half with 2:22 remaining.

11:22 p.m. — The Washington crowd is excited. Gibson completes a first down for 11 yards with 3:13 remaining.

11:20 p.m. — An incomplete pass on third down for Slayton as he caught the ball out of bounds. The punt unit comes out as the Giants were unable to get to the field goal range.

11:18 p.m. — Rudolph catches for a 13-yard gain and a primary down for brand spanking new York. The Giants are feeling the pressure because the Washington crowd gets louder.

Washington 27, Giants 26

11:14 p.m. — TOUCHDOWN, WFT. Ricky Seals-Jones catches Heinicke's contribute the top zone for a 19-yard touchdown. It's Seals-Jones' first catch of the season. the additional point is sweet , and Washington takes the lead with 4:33 remaining.

The Giants vs. Washington kickoff will be at 8:20 p.m. ET. Pregame coverage will be on the local NBC affiliates in New York and Washington starting at 7 p.m. ET.

Thursday night's game will be played at FedEx Field in Landover, Md. 

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