Training camp has brought something new for the New York Giants the past few years.
It looks like rookie Andre Williams will carry the workload for the New York Giants as Rashad Jennings nurses an ankle injury. The St. Louis Rams come in with no new injuries for Sunday.
NFL adopt a “next man up” philosophy when it comes to handling Injuries. Both the New York Giants (4-9) and the Washington Redskins (3-10) are well versed in that practice this season.
Think back to Week 4. It was a long time ago and one of the highlights of the Giants’ season.
Las Vegas tells us the New York Giants (3-8) are a three point favorite versus the home Jacksonville Jaguars (1-10) at EverBank Field on Sunday. The G-men have not been able to establish a rushing attack, or protect their quarterback on a regular basis this season.
How many different ways can a team fritter away chances to win a game? The Giants (3-7) may have an answer to that question by season’s end.
Tom Coughlin isn’t giving up on the Giants. No way. With their playoff hopes dimmed by four straight lopsided losses, the head coach said Big Blue just needs one win to get things going.
It’s impossible to predict which Giants will show up Sunday in Seattle. But we know one thing for sure – coach Tom Coughlin is bringing a wounded roster to the West Coast.
Heading into the second half of what has been a disappointing season, the New York Giants need a lot more than consistency on offense and fewer big plays allowed on defense.
Many credited linebacker Jon Beason with solidifying the New York Giants in 2013. The team allowed Beason to enter free agency, but eventually re-sgned him to a three-year, $17 million contract, that raised some eyebrows. The team announced on Monday that Beason would miss the remainder of the 2014 after aggravating a lingering foot injury.
The front seven — specifically LBs Jameel McClain, Jon Beason and Jacquian Williams — must hold their ground and fill those rushing lanes in order to contain DeMarco Murray.
Going against one of the NFL’s best is a sure way to get a player motivated. It’s one of the reasons the New York Giants defense is ready for Sunday’s game against the Atlanta Falcons at MetLife Stadium.
Rashad Jennings carried the ball a career-high 34 times against the Texans, and it would be unrealistic to expect him to repeat that workload.
The New York Football Giants were able to chalk one up in the win column on Sunday, as the squad raised its record to 1-2 on the season. The Washington Redskins have an identical 1-2 record, after losing a heart-breaker 37-34 at Philadelphia on Sunday. Both team face a short turnaround in preparing for their Thursday night battle.
The only full day of practice will be on Tuesday, and coach Tom Coughlin said nothing will be done at full speed with Washington on tap Thursday.