Keidel: It's Time To Admit Eli Manning Into The Privileged Circle Of New York IconsWhile you read the montage of Thanksgiving homages, one local, humble star deserves a nod, a salute with your stuffing and gravy. Eli Manning.
Giants' Bye Week Couldn't Have Gone Much BetterPhiladelphia and Washington lost and the Giants (5-5) returned to work Monday with a one-game lead in the NFC East with six games left in the regular season.
Report Cards Are Out, Who Are The Giants' Studs And Duds Right Now?Fresh off their bye week, the New York Football head into preparations for the Washington Redskins to start the second half of their campaign. Who are the players that have risen to the occasion? And who needs to step up his game?
Giants Week 11 Injury Report: The Battle For The NFC East, Can New York Pull It Off?Having to ruminate for two weeks over what could have been against the New England Patriots, the New York Giants (5-5) can take solace in the fact that after the bye, they will still remain atop the NFC east division. The question only becomes, will the team have company at the top of the perch?
For Once, Giants In Control Of Their Own Playoff FateFor the first time in three seasons, the New York Giants control their playoff destiny heading into the home stretch of the NFL season.
Who Is To Blame In Giants' Close Loss To Patriots?All close games in the NFL have pivot points, plays or lack thereof, that seal a team's fate. The Giants have tempted fate several times this season, and they seemingly have come out a loser each time.
Big Blue's Black EyeThe Giants went nose to nose with the Patriots, the NFL's best team. They could've and should've won, but they didn't.
Dottino: Game Balls And Gassers From The Giants' Devastating Loss To PatriotsIt's rare when a team truly gets a big lift from a loss. Only time will tell if the Giants, who are in their bye week, will qualify in that category after suffering a dramatic 27-26 defeat to the New England Patriots.
Team Grades: Poor Decisions Doom Giants, Drop Nail Biter To Pats 27-26Those who forget history are doomed to repeat it. The New York Giants put together a game effort, but the offense's inability to burn the game clock handed the New England Patriots an opportunity that the defending champs gladly accepted.
Dottino: What To Watch For In Patriots-Giants, Plus A PredictionThe game is not played on paper, which is why the Giants (5-4) are geared up for Sunday's battle at MetLife Stadium.
Giants' Odell Beckham Posting Big Numbers Again In Second SeasonWhile the wow factor might be missing from Odell Beckham's game in his second season in the NFL, the New York Giants' receiver is quietly having another big year.
Palladino: Giants Must Play Game Of The Year To Beat Pats On SundayIf they make it ugly enough on defense, and pretty enough on offense, they might just have a chance. It’s not impossible. They just need to play the game of the year.