Found December 12, 2011 on
Willie McGinest and the Online OT break down the Giants' comeback
victory over the Cowboys.
BEST OF MAXIM
I don’t know why I’m amazed anymore, but I am. It’s happened I don’t know how many times this year. The other team takes a lead, I think it’s safe, I start writing … then I look up and Eli Manning is leading the Giants on a comeback. He’s remarkable, he really is. He’s led them back from a ...
Talk about a memorable ending to what was probably the most important game of the season so far! If you hung in there and watched until the bitter end like I did, you saw the blocked field goal that gave the New York Giants sole possession of first place in the NFC East. It was as exciting as it was shocking, and a huge relief because, based on what we saw throughout the first four...
Giants defense could use Umenyiora, PhillipsBy Paul Schwartz - NY Post 12/13/11
Ted Berg speaks with John Fennelly of GiantsFootballBlog.com to recap Big Blue’s dramatic comeback win over the Cowboys.
ARLINGTON, Tex. — The Giants were Dead Team Walking.
Tom Coughlin was Dead Coach Walking.
And Eli Manning wouldn’t let his team, or his coach die.
E-life for the NewYork Football Giants.
The first-place New York Football Giants.
“It means we got our season back,” John Mara said after Giants...
I’m happy to be wrong. I thought that, in spite of Eli Manning’s success in Dallas (2-0 before this game, now at 3-0) at the JerryDome, the Giants’ defense wouldn’t be able to contain Dallas’s potent offense. We had focused on DeMarcus Ware and his … [visit site to read more]
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Eli Manning was Mr. Fourth Quarter yet again, rallying the Giants with 15 points in the final 5:41 in a game his team absolutely, positively had to win. You can’t get much more clutch than that, although it wasn’t as if the rest of Manning’s...
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) - The gloom of four straight losses has been lifted and for the first time in more than a month, the New York Giants can see the finish line in this injury-riddled season.With their 37-34 win over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night, the Giants (7-6) ...
Tony Romo and Eli Manning traded big plays all night long. In the end, it came down to a kick. Well, make that two kicks. Bottom line: the NFC East is the Giants to lose, says Chris Burke.