New York Giants middle linebacker Chase Blackburn said the coolest thing that has happened during his eight-year NFL career was getting to take an on-field photo with his family following last season's win in Super Bowl XLVI.
With the way the Giants (5-2) are playing, Blackburn might soon have the chance to create even more lasting memories after another championship victory. But first, Blackburn and his Giants teammates will try to erase the negative ones created by a season-opening loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
The Cowboys picked apart New York in a 24-17 victory. The acclaimed pass defense couldn't affect Tony Romo (22 of 29 passing for 307 yards with three touchdowns and one interception) or handle wide receiver Kevin Ogletree (eight catches for 114 yards and two touchdowns). The run defense wasn't any better with DeMarco Murray adding another 131 yards on 20 carries.
Ogletree hasn't duplicated that kind of performance since as Dallas' third receiver, and Murray will miss the r...