Three in a row: North Charleston's Corey Washington scores another game-winner for New York Giants

New York Giants wide receiver Corey Washington, left, catches a touchdown pass for 73-yards under pressure form Buffalo Bills defensive back Michael Carter (47) during the fourth quarter at the Pro Football Hall of Fame exhibition NFL football game Sunday, Aug. 3, 2014, in Canton, Ohio. (AP Photo/David Richard)

It happened against the Buffalo Bills, and again against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Enough game-winning touchdown passes for free agent wide receiver Corey Washington?

The North Charleston High School graduate provided an emphatic answer Saturday night. Washington, trying to make the New York Giants' roster, caught a 4-yard pass from Ryan Nassib with 55 seconds left in a 27-26 victory at Indianapolis.

Three games. Three game-winners.

Last week, Washington scored the difference-making touchdown for the Giants in a 20-16 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers at MetLife Stadium. Backup quarterback Curtis Painter hit Washington with a 3-yard pass with 2:50 remaining.

Undrafted out of Newberry College, the 6-4 Washington also scored the game-winning TD in New York's 17-13 victory over Buffalo in the Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio.

Against the Bills, Washington and Nassib combined on a 73-yard pass play. He dedicated the touchdown to his late cousin G-Vonne Washington, a six-year-old who drowned at a North Charleston apartment complex in 2010.

The Giants' next game is against the Colts in Indianapolis on Saturday night.

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