Perhaps the only thing missing from this game are the stakes – it’s only the sixth week of the regular season, although it’s very possible the winner will be able to call upon this result to help gain a tiebreaker advantage for the playoffs.
Eli Manning chatted with Mike Francesa about the Giants’ win over the Browns and previewed their big match-up against the 49ers.
Hakeem Nicks remains down, Ramses Barden steps up. Barden goes down, Rueben Randle steps up. It goes like that for the Giants. Not so much for the Jets.
New York Giants rookie receiver Rueben Randle was on the receiving end of nationally-televised criticism by NBC football analyst Cris Collinsworth on Sunday, and it has left him a little confused.
Tom Coughlin knows the Giants can’t afford another 9-7 regular season if they want to become the ninth team — the Steelers did it twice — to win consecutive titles. Make no mistake though, this team can join the club.
It’s not like coach Tom Coughlin’s job got much easier, but he likely got a bit more clarity about a few of his positions in Wednesday’s preseason finale.
If nothing else, a good performance might cement an image of Rueben Randle as a useful entity. We’ve seen that happen before — just two years ago, in fact, when Victor Cruz burst on the scene.
Antrel Rolle is always an entertaining interview and that was the case once again this morning when he took a break from Giants training camp up in Albany, to talk with the Dynamic Radio Duo about his relaxing off-season,.
Will David Wilson look as fast and slippery as he did in minicamp? Will Osi Umenyiora come out on fire for possibly his last training camp in a Giants uniform? What about overall depth? It’s all out there, answers and all.
Coach Tom Coughlin closed minicamp with very specific instructions: Remember what made you a champion, and make sure you are responsible and safe as you prepare for the season.
With a quick shake of the head, Tom Coughlin officially rejected the notion that Plaxico Burress would somehow ride in on his mud-splattered horse and save the Giants’ receiving corps.
If David Wilson is as gifted as he is confident, Giants fans will be in for a treat.
The Giants’ second round draft pick didn’t disappoint as the Super Bowl Champs opened a rookie minicamp on Friday.
With his contract out of the way, the 20-year-old Wilson can start preparing without distraction for his NFL debut.
The Giants have strengthened their Super Bowl title defense through a strong 2012 NFL draft.