The Redskins possess the NFL’s most dynamic rookie in quarterback Robert Griffin III. And if that’s not enough, the Giants need to remember how they were swept by a subpar Redskins team last season. So here are three matchups to watch.
Robert Griffin III scrambles. He executes the option. He has a whole package of other designed runs. One has to wonder whether even the Giants’ rejuvenated group can handle him.
Giants’ defensive tackle Shaun Rogers is hoping to play in 2012.
Veteran defensive tackle Shaun Rogers is hoping to finally add a Super Bowl ring to his resume with the 2012 Giants.
Coughlin’s team once again finds itself short in the secondary, and faced with a lot of juggling to overcome it.
Yes, the Giants won their second Super Bowl in five years. But more important are the messages that can be learned by absorbing the way they did it, educating and inspiring thousands of people, young and old.
So now we know. Tom Coughlin is superstitious. Well, a small part of him, anyway.
Wide receiver Hakeem Nicks and rookie linebacker Jacquian Williams were among seven New York Giants who missed the team’s first practice for the Super Bowl against the New England Patriots on Feb. 5.
“We didn’t talk about it,” linebacker Michael Boley said. “Concussions are a big deal. Obviously we don’t want to hurt anybody.”
The Giants are going to the Super Bowl, thanks to Jacquian Williams. Wait, who?
Super, but not in typical fashion. The Giants heavily relied on the arm of Eli Manning and two game-changing special teams plays to outlast the 49ers.
They do keep working, this team. And that ethic has brought them yet another opportunity for pro football’s ultimate reward.
Lawrence Tynes kicked an overtime-winning field goal to send the Giants to Super Bowl 46. Giants are going to Indianapolis!
A three-game season, that’s what it has come down to for the Giants.
A pessimist will tell you that there are no moral victories in the NFL. Roger Goodell does not count them when he sends teams into the postseason.