Phillips practiced on a limited basis Friday for the Monday night game against Washington and expects to play.
After saying goodbye to Brown, when pressed by Craig, Boomer shared that he favors the Cowboys, not the Giants, to win the NFC East.
Paul Dottino says Giants fans should forget everything they’ve heard about a second-half swoon.
Safety Kenny Phillips is unable to suit up against the Steelers, but Ahmad Bradshaw is active for week 9.
While the Giants prepare for Sunday’s game against the Steelers, the electronic equipment at the bottom of the locker of the NFC Defensive Player of the Week was a sign of another opponent the Giants are facing this week — the aftermath of Sandy.
The lead was 23-0, but it was not enough. Somehow, the Giants allowed the Dallas Cowboys to score 24 consecutive points before getting two Lawrence Tynes field goals in the fourth quarter to pull it out, 29-24. Let’s take a review of the ballgame.
Tom Coughlin’s team had to run the hurry-up offense after their wild 29-24 win over the Cowboys, a mad rush to beat the slow-moving “Frankenstorm.”
His contributions have been nothing short of outstanding. Which begs the question — What can’t Brown do for Big Blue?
The Giants kept their undefeated record at Cowboys Stadium alive as they hung and defeated their rivals 29-24.
The running back told his coach to “run the ball” as he returned to the field following an interception, according to a report. Bradshaw was also frustrated with Victor Cruz because he though the receiver missed a block, the report said.
The Redskins possess the NFL’s most dynamic rookie in quarterback Robert Griffin III. And if that’s not enough, the Giants need to remember how they were swept by a subpar Redskins team last season. So here are three matchups to watch.
Giants’ safety Will Hill has been suspended after testing positive for Adderall.
Sometimes, these things are just too easy. Bradshaw put up career-highs with 30 carries and 200 yards to go with a touchdown.
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.