“We have come here for one thing and one thing only which is to win,” said Rolle. “We are expecting to win this game come Sunday.”
The thought of backup David Carr starting Sunday for All-Pro quarterback Eli Manning is enough to make Giants fans sick.
Call it unfinished business. Or revenge, if you will. The Giants dominated the Green Bay Packers en route to a 37-20 victory in the NFC Divisional playoffs on Sunday at Lambeau Field.
After giving it some thought, Al believed Snee would be the perfect guest to join Boomer & Craig to talk about Sunday’s game to get an idea of things to come.
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning and defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul have been selected to play in the Pro Bowl. Second-year receiver Victor Cruz and guard Chris Snee were selected as second alternates for the game.
Coach Tom Coughlin hurt his left leg when running back D.J. Ware crashed into him on the sideline in the fourth quarter of the New York Giants’ 29-14 win over the Jets on Saturday.
Petrus is now in the spotlight as the Giants’ starting left guard after being somewhat just another body on the roster for almost two seasons.
Neil Keefe analyzes the Giants’ loss to the 49ers and previews the importance of the game against the Eagles with some help from quotes from the Giants from Sunday and Monday.
Fans of Big Blue might be sweating out the possibility of another late-season meltdown. As for the Giants? They aren’t worried.
The reality is that was almost four years ago, and much has changed as the Giants and Patriots prepare to meet for the first time in a regular-season game since Super Bowl XLII in Glendale, Ariz.
“I hope we have enough uniforms for these guys,” Giants coach Tom Coughlin said on Wednesday.
While Justin Tuck’s and Brandon Jacobs’ return to drills Monday morning provided much comfort for this battered outfit, Chris Snee’s return could be the most pivotal of all.
If the 4-2 Giants indeed have a successful break, it’ll show next week against Miami. But more than that, they’ll at least have most of their ammo for a post-Miami stretch that includes New England, San Francisco, Philadelphia, New Orleans, Green Bay, and Dallas.
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.
Not to sound like one of those nay-saying sourpusses, but the Giants shouldn’t get too happy about themselves after their 27-24 win over the Bills.