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The New York Giants now find themselves atop the NFC East division, while the Dallas Cowboys trail them by 2 games. Both teams have yet to delve into deep divisional matchups, but at this point, can the Dallas Cowboys catch the Giants to win the East title? On the surface, you would think that the Dallas Cowboys have the early edge based solely on their schedule. Dallas as a more favorable schedule moving forward, but is the schedule alone going to be enough to make up a two-game deficit down the stretch? It could, seeing that the Giants and Cowboys square off twice within a four-week span, but Dallas is going to have to perform better than they did yesterday. Yes, Dallas came away with a 23-13 win over the Seattle Seahawks, but if the Cowboys are truly a playoff team, they are going to have to be more dominant in their last eight games of the season. Against Seattle, Dallas allowed a poor Seahawks team to gain 381 total yards on offense, they allowed Seattle 162 yards ...

New York Giants’ Manning Out Brady’s Brady: A Fan’s Outlook ManningWikimedia CommonsBy Glenn Vallach - Yahoo Sports 11/7/11

Tony Romo praises offensive line: 'The credit needs to go up front'

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Giants waive OL Koets

The New York Giants have waived veteran offensive lineman Adam Koets from the reserve/physically unable to perform list.

More Thoughts on Giants vs. Patriots

- The victory over the Eagles was an enormous win for this franchise, but this one was more impressive. Sure, the Patriots lost last week to the Steelers, but to me, that only makes the win more astounding. A Bill Belichick team losing two in a row is rare enough, but the fact that the Giants won in New England, where the Pats had won twenty straight regular season games (and 31...

G-Men vow to ‘finish’ what they started

It wasn’t too long before the last vestiges of emotion were dripping out of the Giants after their come-from-ahead-and-then-from-behind 24-20 victory over the Patriots when Antrel Rolle wanted to look back at his bold comments of a few days earlier. “Their team is outstanding,’’ Rolle said of the Patriots...

The Giant Fans’ Sunday Bathroom Reader

Happy gameday. Enjoy the extra hour…here are some quick links for you this morning… From Ultimate NYG’s Andy Furman: There are some interesting elements to this game. Brady and Belichick are always a test. But the Patriots defense is the opening that the Giants MUST bust through. We really are going to learn so much more about Fewell and Gilbride tomorrow. If those guys attack...

Pros and Cons: I Have Power Edition

My sincerest apologies to all of our faithful readers who have missed this all important weekly column. An epic snowstorm knocked my power out until Wednesday, and by then the coverage for the Giants/Dolphins game would have been pretty repetitive. And well, let’s face it, despite the W the column itself would have been on the bleak side.Fortunately that is not the case this week...

Eli Manning Beats Tom Brady, Will Still Not Be Considered Elite: Your Sunday NFL Roundup

For whatever reason, Eli will always be considered just an "OK" quarterback. Maybe it's because he is a contemporary of some very, very good quarterbacks—one of whom is his big brother—or maybe it's because he is kind of a doofus. Either way, here's your Sunday roundup. Enjoy. More »
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