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.
The New York Football Giants (3-3) head into an important clash with the division leading Dallas Cowboys (5-1) with an injury report that has just three members. But that does not tell the entire story as New York needs to revamp its lineup again after two more season ending injuries. The Cowboys had eight players who did not practice on Wednesday.
The New York Giants are very aware of one thing. They are facing one of the best teams in the NFC in the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, posing an enormous challenge to a struggling defense.
The New York Football Giants (3-2) travel down to the City of Brotherly Love to battle the Philadelphia Eagles (4-1) in a Sunday Night Football match-up. The Giants started out winless after two weeks, but have since won three games in a row. The Eagles have walked the tightrope more than once this season, yet are still atop the NFC East with a 4-1 record.
Beat the Eagles on Sunday and the noise in the locker room will inevitably get louder. What a change from just a year ago.
Narrated by actor Bradley Cooper, the video called out Giants fans, calling them the “Big Apple’s big talkers.”
Giants safety Antrel Rolle speaks from the heart. It’s a trait that has turned his weekly appearances on WFAN into appointment radio. But Jeremy Maclin has heard enough.
Cornerbacks Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Prince Amukamara got a little advice from New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin, and it had nothing to do with covering Riley Cooper, Jeremy Maclin or anyone on the Philadelphia Eagles this weekend.
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They hit the switch during Wednesday’s practice. Everybody on the 53-man roster participated and the players discovered their swagger as they prepared for Sunday’s home meeting with the Falcons.
Going against one of the NFL’s best is a sure way to get a player motivated. It’s one of the reasons the New York Giants defense is ready for Sunday’s game against the Atlanta Falcons at MetLife Stadium.
Rashad Jennings carried the ball a career-high 34 times against the Texans, and it would be unrealistic to expect him to repeat that workload.
Rashad Jennings’ efforts to motivate his teammates Sunday worked wonders, especially for him. Now, the object is keeping the team together week after week.
It’s time for the Giants to look in the mirror and figure out how they need to play. Houston has been able to execute, while coach Tom Coughlin’s team has failed to do so.
Having the New York Giants’ new West Coast offense struggle in its first regular-season game wasn’t a surprise. Seeing defensive coordinator Perry Fewell’s defense get lit up by the Detroit Lions was shocking.