Boomer defended Pierre-Paul, citing the defensive end’s back problems, while Al Dukes played off the ‘one-hit wonder’ mention and used it to display his vast knowledge of music…
The Giants have started the season 0-4 for the first time since 1987 after losing the Chiefs on Sunday.
There is little question that the Giants (0-2) should have a big edge going into Carolina (0-2) on Sunday. Let’s take a look at this week’s three key matchups.
There were very few individual performances to point out, so for the first time we’re going to select some units in our following segment because this was a collective effort.
Tom Coughlin announced that wide receiver Victor Cruz is probable for Sunday. Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul is listed as questionable.
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.
If one thing bugged Giants defensive players the past nine months, it was the constant questions about finishing next to last in the NFL rankings last season.
Victor Cruz says he’ll be on the field Sunday for the Giants in their season opener at Dallas. That is, as long as nothing “crazy” happens with his healing heel.
Star wide receiver Victor Cruz tested his foot in the workout, cutting hard on curl patterns, which forced him to dig his foot into the grass. There was no pain.
Get out of the preseason finale against the New England Patriots without any more injuries — it’s that simple.
New York Giants receiver Victor Cruz has shed the protective boot he’s been sporting, and expects to play in the regular-season opener against the Dallas Cowboys Sept. 8.
Tom Coughlin has seen flashes from his team, and he has a good core from two years ago to step up and lead.
The New York Giants announced today that star defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul has been activated off the PUP list. He is now cleared to practice.
D-coordinator Perry Fewell has appealed to his players’ pride and asked his defense to “play like Giants.” That will work. For a game or two.
The Giants’ first-team defense was shaky in its brief stint against one of the NFL’s hard-nosed rushing attacks.