The tragic number for the Giants was 2. As in the number of chances Lawrence Tynes got to kick the potential game-winning field goal. As in the number of times he missed. As in the number of feet his attempt was short on the one that counted.
When Lawrence Tynes got a do-over, LeSean McCoy couldn’t watch. “I was so nervous, praying please let him miss it,” McCoy said. Well, he did.
The way Rex Ryan’s self-proclaimed best team of his coaching era is going, you might soon be able to get great seats for the price of bus fare to the Meadowlands.
There’s no more important factor in evaluating Sunday night’s Giants-Eagles game: the offensive lines for each team will write the script for this contest.
If they can’t pull things together, the Jets will find themselves on “Eliminated From The Playoffs Island” a lot sooner than they thought.
“I don’t think there’s any question about it,” Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell said when asked if Antrelle Rolle would play.
Rex Ryan can’t stand the hideous number next to the Jets’ defense on the list of NFL rankings. There it is, a double-digit in black and white, screaming at him unlike anything he’s ever seen.
While Eli Manning returns to the scene of his greatest triumph, Antrel Rolle is back to face his former team.
Aaron Maybin is back with the Jets, and he hopes it’s for good this time.
The Giants’ defensive leader told Boomer & Carton on Tuesday that he didn’t have an exam on his aggravated neck as reported, but appeared to hint that something else could have been looked at.
We are entering what will be the best weekend of college football to this point, but unfortunately as is so often the case, the biggest storylines apply to what’s happening off the field rather than on it.
Progress for the St. Louis Rams at 2-2 is distress for the Indianapolis Colts, who surprisingly have the same mediocre record.