Unless the Giants can find at least two wins in the next four games against Indianapolis, Seattle, San Francisco and Dallas, their collective gooses will be fricasseed for a third straight season.
JPP has a message for anyone ready to give up on the Giants as they head into a bye week off disappointing losses to the Eagles and Cowboys. It’s simple: Don’t write off Big Blue.
Two wins do not make a playoff contender, unless you’re in the NFC East. Despite opening the season with six straight losses, the Giants remarkably are still in the playoff hunt heading into their bye week.
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The 4-3 Jets can now dream, and hope, and hopefully perform to mount a serious challenge, if only to give their mouthy coach some measure of 2011 credibility.
Navigating the New York media microscope is nothing compared to what Plaxico Burress has been through the past few years. If this weekend was any indication, the Plax of old is back.
Ah, yes. Happy days are here again. Just like that, the Jets have gone from gloom and doom to fun-loving and proud.
Despite injuries galore, the Giants find themselves atop the NFC East at 4-2. So is coach Tom Coughlin happy about where his team stands?
Antrel Rolle admits the Giants haven’t been great. But they also haven’t been bad. And if not for a few plays, he says, New York “should easily be 5-1.”
The seven-year veteran played on a subpar knee two years ago and struggled, and he has vowed not to make the same mistake again.
The Giants were thought by many to be out of the NFC East race before the season even began. Don’t look now, but they’re in first place — and reinforcements are on the way.
New York Giants defensive lineman Chris Canty joined Boomer & Carton Thursday to recap Big Blue’s resurgence after a slow start to the season.
The New York Giants went into the bye week riding a four-game winning streak, and their goal coming out is not to lose that momentum.
The Bears, Browns, Eagles, Falcons, Giants and Ravens officially get a game break this week, but from this group only the Bears, Jay Cutler in particular, really need time off.
Rex Ryan and his coaching staff huddled up before the bye-week break and drew up a game plan for an imposing opponent: the New York Jets. It was time for some self-scouting.