The Giants came away with the win, which is all that matters. But despite the elation from last night that has carried over into today, Neil Keefe looks at the old saying, “If you’re not part of the solution, you’re part of the problem.”
There is fight left in these Giants after all! Eli Manning? Well, that’s six comeback victories this season and 20 for his career.
Growing up in an impoverished city a little more than 11 miles from Giants headquarters, Victor Cruz heard his share of gunshots as a child, and he isn’t exaggerating.
You can’t blame Tom Coughlin for being a little perturbed these days. His wide receivers keep getting into fixes these days with nightclubs and bullets.
One man was shot dead and two other people were injured at a trendy nightspot where Giants receiver Victor Cruz was celebrating his birthday with teammates.
Instead of sitting here and giving my step-by-step guide on How To Build A New York Football Giants Late Season Collapse Shelter And Survival Kit, I can sit here and talk about what was an important (and necessary) win for the G-Men.
There’s so much to be said about the Giants’ 24-20 victory Sunday in Foxboro, although the most important fact is they are 6-2 and still have a tough mountain to climb before the season is over. No playoff spots have been clinched.
As if facing the Patriots isn’t hard enough, the Giants may be without their top receiver and one true deep threat.
The Giants’ satisfaction over their 20-17 victory over the pesky, winless Miami Dolphins may not last very long.
The Giants proved they were capable of putting together three significant elements in a 27-24 victory over the Buffalo Bills – and Tom Coughlin’s team will need to repeat these traits on a regular basis if they are to make some waves this season.
So maybe the Giants’ three-game winning streak was a mirage after all.
Sunday’s dramatic come-from-behind victory over the Cardinals may have done a lot for the Giants’ confidence, but it hasn’t solved the season’s biggest mystery – exactly what is this team?
Big play after big play after big play. Are you sure that team was the Giants?
Michael Vick didn’t get the calls he was looking for. As for the Giants, they got what they wanted in Philadelphia. A win.
No matter how much the Giants try to downplay the trend, it is unmistakable and cannot be ignored. They have lost six consecutive games to the Philadelphia Eagles.