The New York Giants (6-10) hoped to end their season on a winning note, as much as the Philadelphia Eagles (10-6) wanted to end a three-game losing streak. The Birds got a blocked punt for a touchdown and withstood an Odell Beckham onslaught to beat Big Blue 34-26 at MetLife Stadium.
Odell Beckham Jr., Andre Williams, Kerry Wynn and Orleans Darkwa each contributed in a big way to the 37-27 road victory over the St. Louis Rams.
The St. Louis Rams (6-9) thought they could bully the New York Giants (6-9) and their rookie receiver Odell Beckham, Jr. When the dust settled, Beckham had two more touchdown catches, and the Rams came out on the wrong end of a 37-27 decision.
Think back to Week 4. It was a long time ago and one of the highlights of the Giants’ season.
As a fourth-down pass fell to the turf, Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. let his helmet fly. The rookie is learning quickly and painfully about losing in the NFL.
New York’s playoff hopes effectively ended Sunday in a rain of turnovers. Now, it’s just a matter of what the final record will look like.
On a day when the New York Giants (3-7) straightened out their defensive woes, the “broken” offense re-emerged, and the result was another loss for Big Blue. Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers (6-4) did just enough to escape the Meadowlands with a 16-10 victory.
In the cold and rain of the Pacific Northwest, New York Giants’ rookie receiver, Odell Beckham, Jr. offered the one ray of sunshine against the world champion Seattle Seahawks, in what is fast becoming another disastrous season for Big Blue.
Beat the Eagles on Sunday and the noise in the locker room will inevitably get louder. What a change from just a year ago.
We know that rewarding Odell Beckham in his NFL debut might be the thing to do. But we try to go a bit deeper here whenever possible.
Donnell, an inch taller than Plaxico Burress, could become New York’s next great end zone-target — a regular customer for the Eli Manning fade pass.
The 2014 season is beginning like a repeat of the 2013 campaign for the New York Football Giants. Even with Arizona starting quarterback Carson Palmer sidelined with a bad shoulder, the G-men could not take advantage of backup Drew Stanton seeing his first action since 2010 and handed the Cardinals a 25-14 victory at the Meadowlands.
The star wide receiver, one of the Giants’ five team captains, knows that targeting him just twice in the first half is not a winning formula.
Although the performance against Indy has led to widespread consternation about Manning and his first-unit group, one must understand that McAdoo is keeping things under wraps.
Judging by his confidence level and intensity at camp, Rueben Randle seems ready to take over as the Giants’ No. 2 receiver behind Pro Bowler Victor Cruz.