It seems there’s a truce in the NFL’s most bitter — and oftentimes juvenile — feud.
The Giants’ offensive game-plan was far too predictable. In most cases, Eli has proven he’s capable of carrying the Giants’ hopes with his magical arm, but what he needed was a little help from his running backs.
When Lawrence Tynes got a do-over, LeSean McCoy couldn’t watch. “I was so nervous, praying please let him miss it,” McCoy said. Well, he did.
There’s no more important factor in evaluating Sunday night’s Giants-Eagles game: the offensive lines for each team will write the script for this contest.
Ahead of the Giants’ upcoming Sunday night tilt with the Eagles, running back LeSean McCoy has added fuel to the fire by calling out Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora … again.
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Apparently Osi Umenyiora isn’t one to forget a sucker punch.
Osi Umenyiora took to Twitter yesterday and shared some Mother’s Day love with non-other than Eagles running-back LeSean McCoy – the two have a complicated relationship.
The Jets did the impossible on Sunday: they made the Giants look good.
If I so much as hear a Jets fan mention the Giants on Christmas Eve at MetLife Stadium before next Sunday at around 7:30 p.m., I’ll turn your home into a coal mine.
The Giants are on the descent, an annual ritual among faithful watchers of Big Blue. And it’s their own fault.
Last year, the Eagles destroyed the Giants’ season with a 28-point onslaught in the final seven minutes. This time, Andy Reid’s team used a slow and excruciating method to hurt Big Blue once again.