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Giants’ Ballard Active, Herzlich Inactive For NFC Championship

Tight end Jake Ballard is active despite a banged-up right knee for the Giants. Linebacker Mark Herzlich is inactive with an ankle injury.


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Giants’ TE Jake Ballard Questionable, Expects To Play

New York Giants tight end Jake Ballard is questionable after having “a little procedure” on his right knee, but says he will play in the NFC championship game at San Francisco on Sunday.


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Are You Ready For Giants-Packers? High-Flying Affair On Tap At Lambeau

The Giants can match Aaron Rodgers point for point. Credit for that goes to Eli Manning and his receiving corps which has emerged as one of the NFL’s elite.


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Linebacker Mark Herzlich Out For Giants

New York Giants rookie linebacker Mark Herzlich has been ruled out of Sunday’s NFC wild-card game against the Atlanta Falcons with an ankle injury.


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Manningham Out For Giants, McKnight In For Jets

Giants wide receiver Mario Manningham is inactive and Jets running back Joe McKnight, the NFL’s leading kick returner, is active after being questionable.


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Giants Facing Injury Crisis Ahead Of Saturday

It’s been confirmed that Giants will be missing Jake Ballard, Osi Umenyiora and Mark Herzlich when they face the Jets on Saturday. Mario Manningham is listed as doubtful.


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Giants’ Ballard, Thomas Injured In First Half Against Redskins

New York Giants tight end Jake Ballard has left Sunday’s game with the Washington Redskins with a right knee injury.


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Palladino: Giants’ Fate On Eli’s Shoulders

If the last two games against Green Bay and Dallas have taught us anything about the Giants’ postseason hopes, it is that all of them — and we mean ALL of them — rest on the shoulders of one Elisha Nelson Manning.


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Giants Reclaim Share Of First Place, End Skid In Big, Big Way

Just like that, the Giants’ four-game losing streak was done. And the NFC East race is cracked open, with New York reclaiming the inside track.


Eli Manning of the New York Giants celebrates a touchdown against the Dallas Cowboys in the fourth quarter at Cowboys Stadium. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Giants Defeat Cowboys In Thriller, 37-34

The New York Giants completed a miraculous 37-34 victory over the Dallas Cowboys. New York has now drawn even with Dallas for first place in the NFC East.


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Coughlin ‘Sick’ Over Giants’ Non-TD; Photo Indicates Refs Missed Call

Asked about losing two challenges in the game, Tom Coughlin said Monday he felt nauseous about the first one. Why? Because he has photographic proof of the touchdown.


Drew Brees #9 of the New Orleans Saints dives into the endzone for a touchdown against the New York Giants at Mercedes-Benz Superdome on November 28, 2011 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Dottino: Monday Night Misery For Giants

Now what? Coach Tom Coughlin and his staff must figure how to stop what officially has become a losing streak, given the Giants lost their third straight – an embarrassing 49-24 defeat in New Orleans on Monday night.


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Keefe To The City: Signs Of A Giants Collapse

Neil Keefe has become an expert when it comes to Giants collapses. There are certain signs of a collapse he’s grown familiar with during the Tom Coughlin era and especially over the last two years. Those signs came out on Sunday night at MetLife Stadium.


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Keefe To The City: Giants, Jets Just Getting Started

New York City is the place to be for football right now. With the city serving as the center of the football world, Neil Keefe thought it would be a good idea to recap where the Giants and Jets are at midseason.


Eli Manning #10 of the New York Giants throws the ball during the first quarter against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium on November 6, 2011 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

Keefe To The City: Eli, Giants Still Kings Of The City

Instead of sitting here and giving my step-by-step guide on How To Build A New York Football Giants Late Season Collapse Shelter And Survival Kit, I can sit here and talk about what was an important (and necessary) win for the G-Men.