The Giants have nothing left to play for but pride, and that’s not going very well. So is it time for a benching? Specifically, struggling QB Eli Manning? WFAN’s Craig Carton thinks so.
Tony Romo tossed two interceptions in the final three minutes and the Cowboys (7-7) blew a chance to pull even with Philadelphia in the NFC East, remaining a game behind with two to play.
The Jets (6-8) will be eliminated from playoff contention if Baltimore wins at Detroit on Monday night. “This one would be Ripley’s if we pull it off,” head coach Rex Ryan said Sunday.
It’s been that kind of year for the Giants. A year of bangs and bruises, of boneheaded throws, of subpar performances.
Antonio Cromartie has his sights set on playing Sunday. Now, it’s up to the doctors.
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Braylon Edwards was sticking up for his former teammate, taking to Twitter to back Mark Sanchez and bash the team he once played for. Don’t blame the quarterback for the […]
Are you kidding me? So are we expected to believe Atlanta will turn the tables where San Fran and Green Bay have failed?
A mere three games is all that separates the Dynamic Radio Duo in their season-long competition…
Brian Billick has joined the program on a weekly basis throughout the NFL season. And when he does so, he breaks it down.
After the Vikings’ battered quarterback walked off the snow-coated field with what he later called a concussion, Jay Cutler and the Bears took back the division title Brett Favre is so used to winning.
The post mortems on the game (and perhaps the season) will be savage. The New York Giants lost a game they had to win and that they had won. The Giants lost the lone game in NFL history decided by a punt return on the final play.
Another loss and maybe the legend of the “Same Old Jets” would have continued. But after back-to-back losses that sent them reeling, New York came up big in Sunday’s 22-17 win over the Steelers.
New York Jets safety James Ihedigbo joined Boomer & Carton on Monday to recap Sunday’s nail-biting 22-17 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers.
While the Philadelphia Eagles moved closer to clinching a playoff spot, Atlanta got in with the Giants’ loss and the Falcons’ 34-18 win at Seattle. Pittsburgh is also in the postseason, despite falling 22-17 to the New York Jets.
Neither the Giants or the Philadelphia Eagles would want it any other way – for all practical purposes, the NFC East title will be on the line when these two 9-4 teams clash on Sunday.