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Plaxico Burress was one of the driving forces behind the Giants ' 2007 Super Bowl championship. He caught 11 passes for 151 yards in an NFC Championship Game win over the Packers, then caught the game-winning pass...
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PETER FOLEY/EPAHakeem Nicks proves more than ready for his close-up as Giants receiver, recovered from hamstring problem, scores touchdown against Cowboys in Week 17 and goes on to help Big Blue grab spot in NFC title game with his play since.By Filip Bondy - NY Dailynews 1/19/12
New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks was limited in practice on Friday after rolling his ankle. He’s been officially listed as probable for Sunday’s NFC title game against the 49ers. It would be a surprise if he isn’t able to play.
“Rolled it a little bit,” Nicks said. “Same one. Same one I rolled earlier in the season. Same one I always roll.”
Hakeem Nicks, the hero of the Giants' win over the Packers with his hail Mary catch, is finally healthy and ready to have a big game against the 49ers Sunday.
Hey, I just ******* shot myself.
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Dallas Cowboys-related Tweet of the Week: @espn_macmahon “The Hakeem Nicks of this postseason is what the Cowboys hope Dez Bryant becomes.”
I have to admit: I was struggling with a topic to write about for this week, since many Cowboys writers are either talking about the upcoming draft or the coaching changes. Then, I read Tonni Shook’s article about Tony Romo, which garnered...
I apologize for being late with this entry as the reality of the Giants heading to the NFC Championship hasn’t fully hit me yet. (While also being busy otherwise)
It’s still utterly amazing to see how this team transformed from a bumbling, loosely organized unit into perhaps the most balanced team still left in the playoffs.
It all came to fruition in Sunday’s glorious victory...
MARIO MANNINGHAM has hauled in a touchdown pass in each of the Giants’ first two playoff victories, meaning the 49ers’ secondary will have more than just star receivers Hakeem Nicks and Victor Cruz to contend with in Sunday’s NFC Championship Game.