By Ben Fractenberg
MANHATTAN — The Giants routed the Seattle Seahawks 41-7 Sunday after a first-half offensive barrage.
Eli Manning threw three touchdown passes and Ahmad Bradshaw ran for two more as Big Blue jumped out to a 35-0 lead by the end of the second quarter — their biggest halftime lead since 1959, according to the Daily News.
"I feel we're getting momentum each and every week, especially after we put on a performance as we did today," Antrel Rolle told The News. "It pulls everyone closer. It lets everyone know we're in this thing together and we're not going to stop until we get what we want."
The Giants defense was just as tough, holding the Seahawks scoreless until the fourth quarter.
The Seahawks managed just 26 rushing yards. Quarterback Charlie Whitehurst was intercepted twice and threw for only 113 yards.
The Giants are now tied for the best record in the NFC with Atlanta.
They take on the last-place Dallas Cowboys next Sunday.