The New York Giants have gotten off to their worst since 1976, yet at 2-6, the team does still have its sights set on an NFC East title. But in order to have a second half turnaround, some players will have to raise their performance, and others will have to maintain their first half pace.
Boomer and Craig have been saying for a week or so that the Giants should think about trading Hakeem Nicks, who will be a free agent at the end of the season.
Coach Tom Coughlin’s team played what may have been its most complete game of the season, albeit with flaws. So let’s hand out some game balls and gassers.
If the Giants’ season gets any worse — and with Minnesota and Adrian Peterson coming up Monday night there’s a fine chance it will — one can bet a few changes will be happening shortly after what is affectionately known as “baggie day.”
Big Blue hasn’t ruled out trading the oft-injured wide receiver, according to Newsday. On the flip side, the team also hasn’t ruled out bringing him back, ESPN reported.
Today the fun began with the topic of whether or not the Giants should be looking to move Hakeem Nicks, who will become a free agent this offseason.
The Giants could be ready to field offers for star wide receiver Hakeem Nicks according to a report.
On the surface, this would seem like an easy one for the Chicago Bears. They’re trying to get back to winning against a team that hasn’t won a game all season.
Even though the opponent and venue figure to be difficult to deal with, Eli Manning is actually happy his Giants play again on Thursday. Then again, when you are 0-5 beggars really can’t be choosers.
It was another week, another late-game meltdown and another loss.
Eagles backup quarterback Nick Foles tossed two fourth quarter touchdown passes, as Philadelphia rallied to hand the New York Giants their fifth straight defeat to start the season. With the win, Philadelphia climbed into a first place tie with the Dallas Cowboys, who lost at home to the Denver Broncos. Both Dallas and Philadelphia are 2-3 on the season.
For the Giants to save their season, their best player must rise above the mess around him. No one is questioning Manning’s credentials, but his future is still up for debate.
An upbeat Tom Coughlin is promising a more physical team. And if practice was any indication Wednesday, there was a little feistiness to the workout.
Now that three days have passed since that 38-0 catastrophe in Carolina, the question must be asked. When, exactly, did the Giants turn into the Jets? Even more importantly, who’s to blame?
After Sunday’s loss, Giants coach Tom Coughlin told his players to stick together. Not everyone did. Receiver Hakeem Nicks complained about not being able to throw the ball to himself.