Today’s eve of Christmas Eve game against the Chargers is an important one for the Jets, who know it’s now or never. Whether they play naughty or nice, it’s a lock that Santa will be visiting the parking lots at MetLife Stadium this Sunday. Rumor has it he’s trading in his red suit for a green one. Here are a few tips on how to welcome Santa and some great Christmas celebrating ideas for your holiday tailgating party.
They don’t call them Big Blue for nothing, and we’re talking the fans, not just the team. The Giants will be playing hard against...
Brutal wind and nasty, cold weather will be the tailgating norm for home games at MetLife Stadium from now until the end of the season. You can’t give Big Blue your cheering best if your skin is blue with cold. Here are some tailgating tips guaranteed to keep you toasty in the parking lots this winter.
There are a few legendary hash-slingers that stand out from the rest and always draw a hopeful, hungry crowd. Here are some of the best grub masters to be found working the grills at every Giants game.
The Lions might present the former Nebraska star and the Giants’ secondary their biggest challenge. They have to find a way to slow down the player known as “Megatron.”
Imagine all the happy people from out of town, all flocked together since Thursday for a big Super Bowl weekend being told, “Sorry, game’s off. Come back next week.”
Cruz injured his left knee and suffered a concussion in Sunday’s loss to Seattle. He underwent an arthroscopic debridement of the knee on Thursday afternoon.
When asked about the year he had between his time with Houston and New York, Reed again swiped at reporters, saying they don’t know as much as they think about football without sitting in team meetings.
With even an average quarterback, dare the name of Sanchez be inserted here, the Jets would be a much better team.
We will learn in the coming days whether Rex Ryan remains the head coach of the New York Jets. And if he does not, we will know that Ryan never had a chance.