Winning the Super Bowl in 2008 was a game that forever will bring a smile to the faces of the Giants and their faithful followers. Losing to the Eagles at the Meadowlands in December is one they will never live down.
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.
Giants-Eagles is just days away. That can only mean one thing: let the trash talking begin.
The New York Giants’ defensive gameplan for the Philadelphia Eagles is going to have a major section on stopping Michael Vick.
Bring on DeSean Jackson. Even Michael Vick, if he’s healthy enough to go. Giants safety Antrel Rolle is ready to take care of the Eagles.
Matt Dodge isn’t likely to forget the greeting Giants fans gave him in their preseason home opener on Monday night.
Veteran safety Deon Grant had a chance to sign with a couple of other teams after the free agency period started, and probably could have landed a job where he might have had a shot at starting. Grant turned them down though and waited almost three weeks for the Giants to call.
First, the Eagles shocked Jets fans and signed coveted free agent cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha. On Wednesday, Philadelphia surprisingly signed former Giants wide receiver Steve Smith when all signs pointed to a Big Blue return.
Philadelphia Eagles’ Pro Bowl quarterback Michael Vick’s advice for Plaxico Burress is to put his family ahead of football.
The former Giants receiver spent nearly two years in prison for a gun charge and was released Monday.
Tom Coughlin will enjoy an extended stay with the Giants, even though months have passed since ownership first promised an extension for their head coach. “That will get done, so that’s not an issue,” John Mara said Thursday.
With his arm, his feet or his creativity, Michael Vick has embarrassed defenders all season. Unless they can limit Vick and his big-play teammates, Sunday could be a long day for Charles Woodson, Clay Matthews and the Green Bay Packers.
Michael Vick is showing less patience in the pocket, committing more turnovers and making fewer long completions. Is he regressing?
In the past five quarters, the New York Giants have gone from a division winner looking at a first-round playoff bye to a team needing help from the Chicago Bears to get into the postseason. Blame? That was something the players reserved for themselves, and not coach Tom Coughlin.
Even though the Yankees came two wins shy of returning to the World Series and the Giants collapsed for the second season in a row, 2010 was a good year. Let’s start the countdown…
The key for the New York Giants is running the ball. Have any doubts? Look at the numbers heading into the Giants’ possible playoff clincher at Green Bay on Sunday.