The Giants must show a willingness to engage that has only been apparent on an every-other-game basis in recent weeks.
Where does one begin? The Giants were horrible in every facet of their 34-0 loss to the Atlanta Falcons. How bad was it? The Giants suffered their first regular-season shutout since a 24-0 defeat to Philadelphia on December 1, 1996.
The Giants failed to answer the bell as they were steamrolled by the Falcons 34-0.
Tom Coughlin says the Giants are playing for Newtown, Connecticut.
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The Giants have signed cornerback Terrance Frederick off the practice squad. Jayron Hosley will start in place of Prince Amukamara.
The New York Giants will wear S.H.E.S. on the back of their helmets on Sunday in memory of those lost in the Sandy Hook Elementary tragedy.
Ahmad Bradshaw will miss the Giants game, Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons.
Are you kidding me? So are we expected to believe Atlanta will turn the tables where San Fran and Green Bay have failed?
Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride said he’s probably too close to his unit to notice if its collective emotions rise.
This week the Giants go to Atlanta with a chance to do the same thing to the team that has played the best regular-season football in the NFC this year.
The madness continued in Week 14. The Chargers bombed the Steelers in Pittsburgh, the Falcons get Cam’ed in Carolina, the Pats flexed their muscles against Houston and the 9-4 Ravens fired their offensive coordinator after blowing a game in D.C.
“When you’re in this spot, when you’re in this position, you’ve got to take advantage of it because you don’t know if you’re going to get another chance,” Manning said. “…It’s tough to make it and you’ve got to win big games.”
The NFL is not a place for the patient, yet the two most successful coaches in this year’s regular season have benefited from owners who take a long-term view.
Parity is the NFL’s watchword. Some call it mediocrity.