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.
Let’s make this as simple as possible. The Cowboys out-rushed the Giants, 156 to 104. You can start there, because everything else is secondary.
The Giants head into their bye week feeling as though they played an better game. But they still have consecutive losses to the two teams ahead of them in the NFC East.
A total collapse would have been tough enough for the Giants to swallow. But to do so against a division rival, and lose WR Victor Cruz for the season with a torn patellar tendon on top of it?
Donnell, an inch taller than Plaxico Burress, could become New York’s next great end zone-target — a regular customer for the Eli Manning fade pass.
Quick, think of your worst loss ever in fantasy football. Big Blue’s breakout tight end has you beat.
The Falcons have set a tone for their season: it appears they are going to be quite formidable at home, and rather timid when they go on the road.
“We’ve gotten better each and every week, and that’s the goal,” Giants quarterback Eli Manning told WFAN host Mike Francesa on Friday.
Just who are the real New York Giants? The definitive answer will be written during the next 12 games.
The Redskins must have thought that Larry Donnell’s receiving stats after the first three games were a misprint, because they didn’t pay close attention to him.
This Week 4 NFC East game felt like a must-win for both teams. The Giants played like it, dominating in a 45-14 win. The Redskins looked overmatched.
The New York Giants traveled to the nation’s capital to take on the Washington Redskins in their first NFC East contest of the 2014 NFL season. The prime time affair turned into a Larry Donnell coming out party, as the young tight end caught three touchdown passes in a 45-14 dismantling of the Redskins at FedEx Field.
Larry Donnell caught three of Eli Manning’s four touchdown passes, and the New York Giants moved to .500 with a 45-14 victory over the Washington Redskins on Thursday night.
After a couple off iffy performances, the 11-year veteran hit 75 percent of his passes (21 of 28), threw two touchdowns and did not turn the ball over in a 30-17 win over Houston on Sunday. His quarterback rating was a whopping 123.2.
The New York Giants have had a habit of turning low-round draft picks and free agents into productive tight ends.