The team’s needs and its draft philosophy don’t match up well going into tonight’s first round of the NFL Draft, making a direct-hit prediction almost impossible. What to do?
The Giants own one pick in each of the seven rounds, plus a compensatory pick near the bottom of the seventh. Here’s a look at the Giants’ positional needs going into the NFL Draft.
Since the Giants make the draft their top priority, it makes sense to glance at the GM’s history as he counts down to the three-day selection process.
It’s not totally out of the question that the Giants will get the help they need. But first, Big Blue will need to take care of their own business.
The Giants have no one to blame but themselves after the Ravens dismantled the G-Men on Sunday?
No more wiggle room — not one inch. OK, maybe a millimeter, but only enough to squeeze a thread through.
Where does one begin? The Giants were horrible in every facet of their 34-0 loss to the Atlanta Falcons. How bad was it? The Giants suffered their first regular-season shutout since a 24-0 defeat to Philadelphia on December 1, 1996.
Are you kidding me? So are we expected to believe Atlanta will turn the tables where San Fran and Green Bay have failed?
One down, three to go – thanks to the type of performance that will get the Giants to where they want to go.
He could have beaten up his team over their up-and-down play. Rather he’s told the Giants, who hold a one-game lead in the NFC East at 7-5, they have to win their final four games.
In some ways the rematch with the Washington Redskins turned out to be a reverse of their first meeting. The Giants will be looking hard in the mirror after this one, as they were penalized nine times for 73 yards.
Coach Tom Coughlin and his players have experienced the phenom known as RGIII — and they escaped in Week 7, winning 27-23. But the Washington Redskins no longer have that element of surprise on their side.
Eli Manning threw for 249 yards, tossed three touchdowns and — most importantly — didn’t throw an interception.
Time to get back to business. Giants coach Tom Coughlin and his players have been through their bye week and won’t have any respite for the rest of the season.
Paul Dottino says Giants fans should forget everything they’ve heard about a second-half swoon.