Kayvon Thibodeaux Cried His Eyes Out After Making Critical Play To Help Giants Beat Ravens

If you want to see a man who cares about winning, look no further than New York Giants rookie defensive end Kayvon Thibodeaux.

After defeating the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, Thibodeaux was seen crying tears of joy after their fourth-quarter comeback to collect their fifth win of the season.

After the Giants took the lead, 24-20, Lamar Jackson and the Ravens had 1:43 left in the game with all their timeouts to charge down the field and have a comeback of their own.

On the second play of that drive, Thibodeaux swiped at Jackson’s hand, and the ball was loose on the turf as players sprawled to pick it up. The Giants would get it and it would secure the Giants’ win.

“Man, y’all can see my emotions going crazy,” Thibodeaux said in a message to Giants fans. “We did it man. We at MetLife man. I love it. I’m happy to be here man. Go Big Blue baby!”