We could go many places here – starting with Eli Manning, Victor Cruz Andre Brown. But we’ll stick with Nicks.
Adewale Ojomo took another step toward making an NFL roster and helped the New York Giants and New England Patriots avoid a coach’s worst nightmare in the preseason finale — overtime.
The Giants have lost interest in the Jets, and some don’t even see Rex Ryan and his circus as their biggest rival. The biggest exception: oft-entertaining punter Steve Weatherford.
Tom Coughlin wasn’t pleased with the Giants’ play in their preseason loss and is demanding improvement.
Kyle Williams spoke for the first time this spring since his two fumbles in the NFC championship game ended San Francisco’s season. For more than six minutes, Williams stayed serious and intense, making it clear he’s unfazed by all the criticism.
That’s right, our guy Eli went out to Peyton country and Mann-ed up against the New England Patriots.
The native of Scotland preferred soccer when he was growing up in Florida, which was the latest stop for his military family. A lot of his friends spent their time tugging on helmets and lacing up shoulder pads, but he didn’t want anything to do with it.
1010 WINS’ Steve Sandberg sat down earlier this week with the Giants’ golden-footed kicker Lawrence Tynes before the big game.
Will the Patriots manage to exact revenge in Super Bowl XLVI? Let’s try to surmise by taking a position-by-position look at the game’s participants.
Rex Ryan will remind you that football is not a game of inches, but instead a game of feet.
The highs and lows of any season can wear out a sports fan and this past Sunday, no matter which team you were rooting for, fans experienced an ‘emotional roller coaster’ of a day.
Neil Keefe watched the NFC Championship with his roommates and wrote down his thoughts during it. Here’s his retro recap of the Giants’ 20-17 overtime win over the 49ers.
“You hate to be the last guy that had the ball, to give it away in that fashion and to lose a game of this magnitude,” said Kyle Williams.
They do keep working, this team. And that ethic has brought them yet another opportunity for pro football’s ultimate reward.
Hey, Indianapolis. A Manning will be playing in your Super Bowl, after all. No, not that one.