Patriots' Replacements Don't Miss A Beat In Win Over Rex, BillsJames White filled in for Dion Lewis. Danny Amendola replaced Julian Edelman. Tom Brady was just his usual self.
Top 5 Wildest Sports Callers Of The Week: Nov. 16-20The Top 5 Sports Callers of the week is a weekly installment from CBS Local Sports that will bring you the wildest callers from across the nation.
Who Is To Blame In Giants' Close Loss To Patriots?All close games in the NFL have pivot points, plays or lack thereof, that seal a team's fate. The Giants have tempted fate several times this season, and they seemingly have come out a loser each time.
Big Blue's Black EyeThe Giants went nose to nose with the Patriots, the NFL's best team. They could've and should've won, but they didn't.
PHOTOS: Giants Fail To Put Unbeaten Patriots AwayThe Giants had the mighty Patriots beaten at several points during the fourth quarter on Nov. 15, 2015, but couldn't seal the deal. Here are some of the best images from the 27-26 loss.
Team Grades: Poor Decisions Doom Giants, Drop Nail Biter To Pats 27-26Those who forget history are doomed to repeat it. The New York Giants put together a game effort, but the offense's inability to burn the game clock handed the New England Patriots an opportunity that the defending champs gladly accepted.
Palladino: Giants Had The Patriots Beat Several Times In Final 15 MinutesThe Giants had the Patriots, again. And then, with the swiftness of a 54-yard Stephen Gostkowski field goal, they didn’t.
Giants' Failures In 4th Quarter Lead To Most Painful Loss Of The SeasonAt some point this year, the New York Giants may learn how to finish games. It's been their weakness all season and it got them again on Sunday for the fourth time.
Palladino: Giants Must Play Game Of The Year To Beat Pats On SundayIf they make it ugly enough on defense, and pretty enough on offense, they might just have a chance. It’s not impossible. They just need to play the game of the year.
For Tom Brady, Facing The Giants Could Bring Back Bad MemoriesHere's the closest Tom Brady will come to admitting that two Super Bowl losses to the New York Giants still bother him: "I'd much rather have won them than lost them."
Owners Of NFL's Worst Defense, Giants Next Have To Deal With BradyIt's the well-oiled offensive machine against a banged-up defense that is ranked 32nd overall.
Silverman: Giants' Coughlin Is The One Coach That Can Handle BelichickConcentrating on the Xs and Os and coming up with a strategy is not the only thing on Bill Belichick’s mind this week, no matter how he or any of his close associates paint it.