Will Beatty’s injury forced Tom Coughlin and his prospective starters to be flexible, including Justin Pugh, who faces the biggest transition.
Tom Coughlin must be having night sweats — again. His starting left tackle joins luminaries such as Hakeem Nicks, Jason Pierre-Paul and Jon Beason as offseason injuries that had a major effect on Big Blue.
Giants starting left tackle Will Beatty is going to be sidelined up to six months after tearing a pectoral muscle, the team announced on Thursday.
Justin Pugh is a candidate to move from the right side to the left side in Beatty’s absence.
The Giants’ enigmatic season ended at 6-10, with an excellent illustration of what they need moving forward.
The New York Football Giants will miss the NFL playoffs for a third consecutive season, and that fact alone makes the probability of changes very high as the calendar turns to 2015. The Giants spent over $114 million this off season, in a buying spree that was not worth the effort. So what is in store for the New York Giants this off season?
For the first time this season, the New York Giants seemingly will make changes on their struggling offensive line. Coach Tom Coughlin just isn’t letting everyone know where.
Nearly a month ago, it appeared the Giants and San Francisco 49ers could be playing an important game at MetLife Stadium. As it turned out, Sunday’s game is important to each team for a different reason.
Coming off a bye, the Giants’ line has watched the video of the Steelers’ performance against what had been one of the NFL’s top defenses.
After playing its worst game of the season, the New York Giants offense line has something to prove against the Dallas Cowboys.
They hit the switch during Wednesday’s practice. Everybody on the 53-man roster participated and the players discovered their swagger as they prepared for Sunday’s home meeting with the Falcons.
After a disappointing season that ended with a broken leg in the regular-season finale, New York Giants tackle Will Beatty is back in form and smiling a lot this week.
The New York Football Giants were able to chalk one up in the win column on Sunday, as the squad raised its record to 1-2 on the season. The Washington Redskins have an identical 1-2 record, after losing a heart-breaker 37-34 at Philadelphia on Sunday. Both team face a short turnaround in preparing for their Thursday night battle.
It’s time for the Giants to look in the mirror and figure out how they need to play. Houston has been able to execute, while coach Tom Coughlin’s team has failed to do so.
Since Pro Bowl guard Chris Snee retired at the start of training camp and high-priced free agent Geoff Schwartz was injured in a preseason game, there have been giant concerns about the New York’s offensive line.