Paul Dottino says Giants fans should forget everything they’ve heard about a second-half swoon.
Football may be a zero-sum business, but life, often gray and messy, is not. We have tragedy. We adjust. We clean. We recover. And sometimes, while we’re busy with all that, close is good enough.
The Redskins possess the NFL’s most dynamic rookie in quarterback Robert Griffin III. And if that’s not enough, the Giants need to remember how they were swept by a subpar Redskins team last season. So here are three matchups to watch.
Andre Brown could face league discipline after tweeting a health update after suffering a concussion on Sunday.
Sometimes, these things are just too easy. Bradshaw put up career-highs with 30 carries and 200 yards to go with a touchdown.
Giants tight end Martellus Bennett returned in the second quarter of Sunday’s game with Cleveland after suffering a left knee injury.
Despite an injury report that includes 13 names, the Giants are more talented than most. And they cannot afford to dip under sea level with the gauntlet of a schedule they’ll have to face, beginning next week in San Francisco.
The Giants’ offensive game-plan was far too predictable. In most cases, Eli has proven he’s capable of carrying the Giants’ hopes with his magical arm, but what he needed was a little help from his running backs.
The New York Giants may be without wide receiver Hakeem Nicks for Sunday night’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Nicks, who missed a win over Carolina on Sept. 19 with a sore foot, now has a knee problem.
Only a fool would eulogize the Jets — a first-place team after three games — in Week 4. Yet it won’t be the first time I’ve acted the fool. The Jets’ season is over. Done. Dead. Muerto.
Eli Manning chatted with Mike Francesa on Friday about the Giants’ dominant win over the Panthers on Thursday.
Andre Brown waited for his opportunity to come. Now that it has, he’s taken the ball and ran with it.
The real story here was how a couple of young players embodied the NFL’s universal “next man up” injury philosophy.
Andre Brown is determined to find a lasting home in the NFL with the team that originally drafted him — the Giants. If he keeps playing like he did Thursday night, he just might.
Eli Manning didn’t need a scintillating fourth quarter comeback Thursday night. The two-time Super Bowl champion, Andre Brown and the rest of the New York Giants were too good for the first three quarters to need one.
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