Eli Manning will be cool under pressure on Sunday night and will inspire the Giants to victory over the Eagles.
Hakeem Nicks is listed as out for the Giants on Sunday due to a swollen knee.
The New York Giants may be without wide receiver Hakeem Nicks for Sunday night’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Nicks, who missed a win over Carolina on Sept. 19 with a sore foot, now has a knee problem.
Only a fool would eulogize the Jets — a first-place team after three games — in Week 4. Yet it won’t be the first time I’ve acted the fool. The Jets’ season is over. Done. Dead. Muerto.
Eli Manning chatted with Mike Francesa on Friday about the Giants’ dominant win over the Panthers on Thursday.
The real story here was how a couple of young players embodied the NFL’s universal “next man up” injury philosophy.
Nobody could have seen this coming. Not coach Tom Coughlin nor his players. The Giants simply crushed the Panthers on both sides of the ball.
Andre Brown is determined to find a lasting home in the NFL with the team that originally drafted him — the Giants. If he keeps playing like he did Thursday night, he just might.
Eli Manning didn’t need a scintillating fourth quarter comeback Thursday night. The two-time Super Bowl champion, Andre Brown and the rest of the New York Giants were too good for the first three quarters to need one.
Andre Brown’s ability to create something of a power running game on Sunday opened up the passing game for Eli Manning to have a 500-yard day. He needs to do it again on Thursday.
Some fans call him “Easy Eli,” but it was an uphill climb for Manning to pull off another trademark fourth-quarter comeback and secured the Giants’ first win of the season.
Giants coach Tom Coughlin can’t escape the oft-changing weather conditions that dotted training camp in Albany. The forecast for Friday night’s preseason opener in Jacksonville? Scattered thunderstorms.
Entering his fourth season with the Giants, wide receiver Ramses Barden is reaching the point in his career where it’s time to start producing.
Coach Tom Coughlin said the other day that he slipped on the grass and nobody noticed. Well, maybe that’s because his players are having a hard time keeping their feet on the field.
Cornerback Terrell Thomas took himself off the field while going through positional drills. After practice, coach Tom Coughlin said that Thomas’ back tightened up, so it does not appear to be serious.