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Stock up, down after Giants' 31-26 loss to Lions

For the fourth straight week, the New York Giants came away with a loss. This times, it was at the hands of the Detroit Lions.

The win at home against the Washington Redskins seems like a million years ago, and the Giants. now riding a four-game losing streak, look exactly the part of a rebuilding team with low expectations.

The good thing is, the Giants haven’t laid down in any of these losses. They continue to fight under Pat Shurmur, but you can only battle for so long — especially when you’re under-manned.

Following the loss to the Lions, whose stock is up and down for the Giants? Let’s take a look.

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Stock up: Saquon Barkley

Last week, Barkley got his feet wet by getting back to action after missing three weeks with the high ankle sprain.

This week, Barkley looked like he was back to his old form against Detroit, gaining over 100 yards from scrimmage.

Barkley had 64 yards rushing on 19 carries. He also had 79 receiving yards and a touchdown as well, giving him 143 total yards on the game.

The running back also provided a highlight reel moment, stiff-arming one Lions defender straight into oblivion.

Barkley was back on Sunday, and back with a vengeance.

Stock down: The entire secondary

We could have put several players here: Antoine Bethea, Deandre Baker, Grant Haley, Michael Thomas and Janoris Jenkins.

Instead, we’re just going to put the entire group in here because they played poorly collectively. Lions receivers were being left wide open and for big plays all game long.

Matthew Stafford didn’t miss much on Sunday and was able to effectively pick apart the Giants secondary at will.

Overall, it was a lousy performance by everyone.

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