Reese wants the offense and defense to be more aggressive in the final nine games, and feels the NFC East will tighten up before the season ends. The Giants will be in that race, he said.
The Giants are on the brink of falling off the side of the mountain, but they have a fighting chance because they have Coughlin and Manning.
Unless the Giants can find at least two wins in the next four games against Indianapolis, Seattle, San Francisco and Dallas, their collective gooses will be fricasseed for a third straight season.
The Giants need to split their next four games or they will split on the season. That’s not up for debate. Not even the Giants can rebound from the depths this year.
JPP has a message for anyone ready to give up on the Giants as they head into a bye week off disappointing losses to the Eagles and Cowboys. It’s simple: Don’t write off Big Blue.
The Giants head into their bye week feeling as though they played an better game. But they still have consecutive losses to the two teams ahead of them in the NFC East.
The New York Giants are very aware of one thing. They are facing one of the best teams in the NFC in the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, posing an enormous challenge to a struggling defense.
Overcome with emotion, his hands in front of his eyes as the tears flowed, Cruz couldn’t hide his pain. If anything showed the extent of his knee injury, it was those tears.
Don’t think for a minute that just because the old lion lost the battle, he is doomed to lose the war. These are Tom Coughlin’s Giants, after all.
The popular wide receiver immediately grabbed his knee and was crying with his face in his hands as he was carted off the field in the third quarter.
For Giants coach Tom Coughlin, it’s all about winning — and that goes the same for his work with the charity he founded, the Tom Coughlin Jay Fund.
When asked if he was unimpressed by the intellect of the Giants, the Philly center said on WIP radio, “That is correct. They are a good football team, though. But, yes.”
Beat the Eagles on Sunday and the noise in the locker room will inevitably get louder. What a change from just a year ago.
Veteran New York Giants’ safety Antrel Rolle finds himself in the final year of a five-year, $37 million contract he signed with the team before 2010. At 31 years old, Rolle remains not only the heart and soul of New York’s defense, he is the conscience of the franchise as well.
The Giants (3-2) are back and ready to make a run at the playoffs for the first time in three seasons. And the next two weeks should tell the story.