St. Louis Rams
You could say the Giants’ defensive coordinator didn’t want to thrown any more Fewell on the fire.
Two years. Two torn ACLs. One knee. The news shocked the Giants and their fans, but Domenik Hixon says it’ll just be part of his comeback story.
Dominik Hixon’s circus catch to close the first half of Monday night’s win over the Rams was one for the all-time highlight reel. But it will cost him — and the Giants — dearly.
The injury woes continue for the Giants. New York added receivers Mario Manningham and Domenik Hixon to their list of hobbled players in Monday night’s 28-16 victory over the St. Louis Rams.
Eli Manning threw two touchdown passes and linebacker Michael Boley scored on a 65-yard fumble return to lead the New York Giants to a 28-16 victory over the mistake-prone St. Louis Rams on Monday night.
Thought the Eagles would rush to rule out No. 7 against the Giants in Week 3? Think again.
The Giants are no strangers to prime-time. The Rams haven’t been on the big stage since Dec. 11, 2006. Running back Steven Jackson hopes to be a part of it. So do his owners in fantasy football.
Let’s get one thing straight right here and right now: New York can’t afford to give away games if they are going to have any chance at posting a winning record this season.
Steve Spagnuolo made his mark as the defensive coordinator for the Giants before leaving for his first head coaching job with the Rams. He’ll be returning to New York with an injury-ravaged team, much like Big Blue.
Is there trouble brewing in Big Blue land? Offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride appeared slightly critical of Giants brass on Thursday. Then Ahmad Bradshaw returned the favor — right back at Gilbride.
Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride was hoping for wide receiver Steve Smith. He’ll have to deal with Brandon Stokley instead, thanks to the “powers above” him.
Neil made a few terrible decisions last week like believing in the Giants, trusting Colt McCoy and the Browns, thinking the Bills would suck again and going against the Lions bandwagon, which is now at capacity.
The NFL tends not to show any mercy when it comes to playing against an ailing foe. Just ask Giants linebacker Mathias Kiwanuka.
The Giants may finally have caught a break on the injury front. Leading receiver Hakeem Nicks apparently only has a bone bruise on his left knee and is hopeful that he will be able to play on Monday night against the St. Louis Rams.
A day after saying his offense did almost nothing in a season-opening loss to the Washington Redskins, Giants coach Tom Coughlin dropped a little more bad news.