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The Giants (6-4) play tonight in New Orleans (7-3) against the Saints and their high flying offense. Coming off a bye week the Saints will look to run through and throw over and around the Giants defense. The Giants on the other hand see a team that allows 5.2 yards per rush attempt, a stat that in the last two years would have sealed the Saints fate this evening. The Giants...
http://www.giants.com/news-and-blogs/article-1/Giants-vs-Saints-Key-Matchups/aae0bd77-4392-4453-83db-fdb044af5e0cTake a look at three key matchups for the matchup with the Saints on Monday Night Football!By Dan Salomone - Giants.com 11/28/11
Giants' defensive line hasn't been happy with play of late
Sixth-year veteran cornerback replaces injured Michael Coe on roster
Well, here we are in Nawlins! The Giants face the Saints tonight on Monday Night Football and itâs a big game for both teams. The Giants need a win to keep pace with the Cowboys in the division as well as the wildcard teams and the Saints are in the same position (just a different division). Itâs an NFC game, so this one could count a lot when it comes to tie-breakers and such.
src="http://i.nflcdn.com/static/site/3.9/img/teams/NYG/NYG_logo-20x20.gif" alt="" width="20" height="20" align="absmiddle" ... [visit site to read more]Giants Saints Injury Update: Bradshaw, Boley, Beatty Out-Manningham to Play! - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - A NY Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
NEW ORLEANS — Kevin Boothe went to Cornell, so he has answers to many questions. The Giants offensive lineman does not understand why everyone is already adding another loss to the season and awaiting the worst to befall his team.
“If everything’s chalked up already, what are we doing here...
NEW ORLEANS -- Whether a two-game skid and a tough upcoming schedule could combine to spell doom for the New York Giants is a question Eli Manning sees little point in addressing right now. "It's not about who our next opponent is or what the standings are in the division," Manning said as the Giants (6-4) prepared for their matchup with the Saints (7-3) in New Orleans tonight.