By Paul Dottino » More Columns So both teams have gotten what they wished for this week. There are Giants who said they preferred to draw the San Francisco 49ers rather than the New Orleans […]
Jay in Brooklyn called in twith plans to say hello to Boomer, butt heads with Craig, make his case for the Giants and who knows, maybe gain some credibility?
Neil Keefe is joined by Scott Hyman of Barstool Sports to talk about the Giants’ improbable run, how they were able to win in Green Bay and why they will win the NFC Championship Game in San Francisco.
Manning gets the edge, but don’t count Smith out on Sunday.
The Giants and 49ers met six times in the playoffs between the 1981 and ’94 seasons with the victor going on to win the Super Bowl in four of those cases.
On Sunday afternoon, the New York Giants and San Francisco 49ers will face off at Candlestick Park for the chance to face the AFC championship game winner in this season’s Super Bowl.
The Baltimore Ravens defense played a big part in their 16-6 Thanksgiving night victory over the San Francisco 49ers. Even without Ray Lewis, they totaled a franchise record nine sacks.
It happens all the time. George Seifert inherited Bill Walsh’s dynasty and won a Super Bowl. And now we have Jim Harbaugh burnishing Mike Singletary’s behemoth. Huh?
While it might seem Big Blue relies too heavily on Manning’s last-minute victory habit, safety Antrel Rolle insists it’s not that way it all.
What wonderful New York football on Sunday (sarcasm). Who wasn’t elated? Who didn’t feel like having a party?
Tom Coughlin’s mantra has always been “run the ball, stop the run.” Never will it be so true come Sunday, when the Giants face the 7-1 San Francisco 49ers.
Brian Westbrook rushed for 136 yards and a touchdown in place of the injured Frank Gore and the San Francisco 49ers sent punchless Arizona to its sixth straight loss, 27-6 Monday night.
My season-long suspicion has been confirmed: the 2010 NFL season is the most tumultuous and unpredictable environment the fantasy world has ever seen.
Garrett Hartley kicked a 37-yard field goal that was partially blocked and barely fluttered through as time expired and the Saints spoiled the San Francisco 49ers’ home opener with a 25-22 victory Monday night.