The Giants are 0-2. It’s not an inescapable hole. There may be many days ahead. But bad things don’t happen to good teams. The performance level must rise.
Week-to-week storylines around the NFL will continue to be unpredictable for experts. Joe Giglio gives his 48 predictions to watch during the 2013 NFL season.
Tim Tebow threw two touchdown passes and one interception and the New England Patriots beat the New York Giants 28-20 on Thursday night.
Tom Coughlin has seen flashes from his team, and he has a good core from two years ago to step up and lead.
If he can make a few people start hurting, starting with some Jets receivers on Saturday, he’ll be on his way. And the Giants’ secondary will be better for it.
Tom Coughlin was anything but happy. The Giants were limited to four field goals on five trips inside the Indianapolis 30.
Forget A-Rod, it’s almost football season! WFAN co-hosts Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton took their show on the road Tuesday, broadcasting live from Giants training camp in East Rutherford.
Nicks declared himself “good to go” on WFAN radio Tuesday. The oft-injured Giants receiver has been sidelined with a strained groin.
Rueben Randle could be an emerging target for Giants’ QB Eli Manning.
Eli Manning, who has won two Super Bowls with the G-Men, claims that he feels as good about this year’s squad as any other he’s been a part of.
The Giants took a major gamble after last season, releasing the injury-plagued Bradshaw and handing the halfback job to David Wilson and Andre Brown. Bradshaw signed with the Indianapolis Colts on June 11.
New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz believes that teammate Hakeem Nicks is the No. 1 receiving option in the Giants’ offense.
Jerry Reese has placed a calendar in the room to count down the days until Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium.
Tom Coughlin was very pleased after the Giants went through their conditioning drills to open training camp – he said all but one unidentified player made his goal weight and the team looked fit.
So begins the battle to become football’s first team to reach a Super Bowl played in its own back yard.