The Giants once again put up a stinker of a game on Sunday afternoon, losing to the Green Bay Packers by a score of 31-13. The team definitely is looking to next season at this point as this was the team’s eighth straight defeat, and they’ve now secured a third consecutive season with double-digit losses. They’re now 2-10 and at the bottom of the NFC East division.
There was a highlight though at this sad game for Giants fans. At halftime, the organization provided an Army veteran with a service dog named “Honey.” The veteran is Raymond Lynch, and according to the Giants official Twitter account, he was on the waiting list for over a year.
The best part of the Giants game today? The organization surprises this vet with his own service dog named “Honey.” #GiantsPride pic.twitter.com/3bBFZzvO3n— ESNY (@EliteSportsNY) December 1, 2019
The presentation of Honey to Lynch was met with cheers and applause from the MetLife Stadium crowd. It was a sentimental moment that everyone seemed to enjoy. Congratulations to Lynch and may his relationship with his PTSD Service Dog Honey grow more and more as time progresses.
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