Let the Giants season begin. How it ends, nobody knows. But starting off with a win would bring a lot of peace to a lot of minds, not the least of which belongs to Tom Coughlin.
New York Giants offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo is heading into the regular season under the microscope.
Since the opening of training camp, the Giants have been boasting that their defense has the potential to be one of the NFL’s best. Antrel Rolle & Co. are going to get a chance prove it Monday.
The consensus seems to be the Giants are rancid and the Jets are rising. In Wall Street vernacular, the world is bullish on the Jets, but bears on the Giants. But haven’t we heard this before?
The Detroit Lions and the New York Giants are polar opposites when comparing NFL franchises.
“I think this is a make-or-break year for Eli. If he has another season like he had last year, this could be really it for him in New York.”
The Giants’ opener in Detroit next Monday night shouldn’t make or break their season. But Victor Cruz doesn’t see it that way.
Jerry Recco got his Tuesday morning update started with the scoop from the Giants, as Eli Manning sounds like he is fired up for their Monday night matchup in Detroit against the Lions.
The New York Giants have placed one-time Super Bowl hero Mario Manningham and free agent signee Trindon Holliday on injured reserve in reaching the 53-man roster limit.
Eli Manning and the New York Giants have a lot of work to do before their regular-season opener next Monday night in Detroit. Their 5-0 preseason record doesn’t even begin to tell their story.
In any other year, Tom Coughlin wouldn’t be happy playing an extended preseason schedule.
“Got some kinks to work out,” Richardson said. “You can notice that stuff, little stuff like that. It’s to the point where he don’t trust his offensive line that much, ’cause he’s watching the rush.”
At the risk of redundancy, we enter another NFL season with a decorated quarterback trying to prove himself. Evidently, two Super Bowl rings don’t ring as loudly as they used to.
After missing the playoffs the past two seasons, Tom Coughlin and the New York Giants aren’t one of the morning-line favorites to get back to the postseason.
With two weeks left until the regular-season opener in Detroit on Sept. 8, the Giants’ new offense is struggling, and two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning does not look comfortable.