Multiple Giants told Julian Love MetLife was loudest it had been in a while after interception


Julian Love raised the decibel level at MetLife Stadium a good bit late in Sunday's game.

Maybe even to a level we haven't seen in years.

The Giants earned a gritty win over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday at MetLife Stadium to climb to 5-1 on the season. They were down 20-17 with just over three minutes to play in the fourth quarter when Love made a pivotal play.

On 3rd-and-6, Lamar Jackson mishandled a snap and the ball went sailing past him. The Ravens quarterback retrieved it with enough time to make a throw, but Jackson tossed an interception to Love, who ran the ball back to inside the Baltimore 15-yard line. That set up their game-winning touchdown.

Even on TV, you could hear how electrified the crowd got when Love picked off Jackson. The safety said in his weekly appearance on “Tiki & Tierney” that a few people told him that was the loudest it has been at MetLife in a while.

"It’s been really fun this year (playing at home). It’s been a blast,” Love said. “That stadium has been rocking, and we’ve had such great support and it carries over to how we feel, how we play. Especially this past game with the pick, I was involved in the play so basically everything blacks out outside of what you’re doing … but several people, like Jessie Armstead, longtime Giants guys, said they haven’t heard that place that loud in a long time (because of) that play.

“Which (that) makes me feel good, but makes the moment feel good as well knowing that, wow, we have something right now. Just that juice, that electricity going through the stadium.”

Things are clicking for the Giants. Until that changes, MetLife will be a good place to be on Sundays.

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