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Last week: 28 (+1)
The Giants won this week, but they were significantly less impressive this week than they were in a loss to the Bears, a game which they would have won if they were even competitive in the turnover battle. Against the Vikings, they didn’t move the ball well and relied on the turnover battle heavily. Eli Manning missed throws and throws that weren’t missed were dropped by receivers like Hakeem Nicks, who isn’t making himself a ton of money in a contract year. Meanwhile, Peyton Hillis looked like he was signed off the couch this week (which he was), rushing for 36 yards on 18 carries. We’ll see how they play going forward, but they might just be a fringe team all season.
Week 7 Studs
LE Justin Tuck
RE Jason Pierre-Paul
DT Shaun Rogers
ROLB Jacquian Williams
SS Antrel Rolle
Week 7 Duds
WR Hakeem Nicks
RE Mathias Kiwanuka
BEST OF MAXIM
Some idiot football fan threatened Giants running back Brandon jacobs if he didn’t perform in last night’s game against the Vikings. If this fool really paid attention he would have heard the news on Friday that Jacobs likely wasn’t going to play. Like many Twitter thugs, he quickly apologized once he realized Jacobs saw his tweet. This guy should be arrested for making...
The New York Giants are no longer winless on the season after beating the Minnesota Vikings on Monday 23-7. So many things that have gone wrong for the Giants went right. Eli Manning had no turnovers in the game on Monday, and more importantly the Giants defense showed up to play. The defense for the Giants had their best game of the season on Monday night. This does not mean that...
New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul is clearly not the same dominant player that he was two years ago and he admitted it to the media on Thursday.
“It’s really going to take the whole offseason next year to get back to my old, old ways — the old JPP,” said Pierre-Paul via Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News.
The good news for Pierre-Paul is that he’ll...
The Giants season may be off to a bad start, but after experiencing the first win of the 2013 season, Victor Cruz believes that the Giants season is renewed.
The team can't do anything about its current record of 1-6 but they can look to be better from here on out. That was the lesson that Cruz took away from Big Blue's victory over the Vikings, per scout.com:
There are things you want to hear you coach say when you are going into free agency and there are things you don’t. You can easily count this is something you don’t want to hear because it could mess up your negotiations. Per the New York Daily News, Coughlin acknowledged Nicks’ inconsistent play:
“You’ve got to get to the point where the reliability factor is there as...
People need to stop being such freaking idiots and leave these players alone when it comes to their fantasy football teams. NO ONE cares about your stupid, sh*tty fantasy team. Especially players who’s livelihood and future health depend on it. Here is one such example of a douche gone wild using his mighty keyboard to threaten not only Jacobs, but his family:
Here is what...
Rick's Cabaret NYC, the famous gentlemen's club in midtown Manhattan (and official gentleman's club of Bob's Blitz), that banned NY Giants football games on the club's numerous Hi-Def TVs and big screens because "It had become too painful to watch the Giants lose week after week," (according to Cabaret Girl Monica)? Yeah, they've lifted the ban....
Victor Cruz and company finally breathed a deep sigh of relief after earning their first win on Monday Night. This now begs the question is the electricity back in the Giants locker room?
For some reason, I got put on this New York strip club list. I’ve never been to any club in New York and I doubt I will make it down there. They sent me emails on how they will no longer would show New York Giants games after them going 0 for 4. It mad the girl’s too sad. Poor strippers. Those single mothers, college students, and women that enjoy illegal substance users must...
Jason Pierre-Paul is still trying to regain his Pro Bowl form that helped lift the New York Giants to a Super Bowl victory in 2011.
It wasn’t pretty or fun to watch, but the New York Giants finally won a game by defeating the lifeless Minnesota Vikings 23-7. This game could have gone in any direction as I had mentioned in my pre-game breakdown that the Giants needed to do win in three areas if they wanted to win. 1) Win the battle of the turnovers 2) Contain Adrian Peterson and 3) Win the time of possession...
Before we get to today’s analysis of the 23-7 beatdown administered by the New York Giants (1-6) that dropped the Minnesota Vikings to 1-5 on Monday Night Football, let me start off by sharing the following text conversation that took place toward the end of last night’s game. It will give you some understanding of […]The post Minnesota Vikings lose in comical fashion to New...
It took seven weeks, but the New York Giants finally were able to pull out their first win of the season against the Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night Football. A game that saw the Giants defense shutdown Vikings running back Adrian Peterson and not allowing a single score by the Vikings offense, the Giants defense paved the way to a Big Blue victory.
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Watching the New York Giants this season has been a train wreck to say the least. Despite having proven talent on both sides of the ball and a Super Bowl winning coaching staff, the Giants have been the NFLs doormat in 2013, posting a putrid 1-5 record after many predicted they would contend for the NFC East division title.
There are always issues in...