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Brandon Weeden has already thrown for 997 yards and all anybody’s noticed has been his 9 sacks and 7 INT since he does after all play for those Brownies.
Weeden has been impressive save the turnovers and he has done so with practically zero help around him.
The only legitimate help has been from superstar rookie running back Trent Richardson, who has been unstoppable in the last few weeks.
Not only threat in the backfield while toting the rock while gashing opposing defenses, he can also catch the ball and break tackles in the process. That not only opens up the passing game but we have seen the defenses avoid stacking the line of scrimmage with consistency.
Travis Benjamin, Greg Little and Mohamed Massaquoi (Ben Watson at TE) may not be the most explosive weapons stretching the field, but Weeden has found them so long as they catch t...
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Just when you think the injury news can't get any worse … it does. The New York Giants released their final injury report for Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns, and it wasn't pretty. In addition to wide receiver Hakeem Nicks (knee/foot), who was ruled out on Thursday, defensive tackle Rocky Bernard (hip), cornerback Jayron Hosley (hamstring), wide receiver...
I'm a huge Eli Manning fan and think he's a sure fire Hall of Fame QB right now. However, the Giants can be an up and down team. This game should be perfect for them to get things straight on both sides of the ball. Their defensive line will harass Weeden all day and should land sacks from everyone on the line. Eli should be able to throw all over the field and hopefully...
Everyone Cleveland Browns fan is willing to fire Mike Holmgren and everyone on the Browns coaching staff now, but the progress the Browns will make in 2012 should save his job. I know the Browns are literally defeated this season at 0-4, but the pieces to the puzzle are being filled right in front of our eyes. Firstly under Mike Holmgren in his first draft in 2010, he drafted cornerback...
New York Giants receiver Ramses Barden suffered a concussion during the team’s loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday Night Football and, unfortunately, is unlikely to play against the Cleveland Browns, according to numerous reports.
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When the concussion was suffered is uncertain, but Barden complained of a headache during the week and was diagnosed...
One of the most telling parts of the gameplan will be revealed to open the game. Those are almost always going to be scripted plays to try and set the tone for the whole game. This week, the Browns were pretty successful to open the game, at least for the first few plays as they grabbed a quick first down. Let’s see exactly what they did and what they might have been telegraphing...
New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin has ruled out wide receiver Hakeem Nicks for Sunday’s game against the Browns.
Wide receiver Ramses Barden still hasn’t been cleared after suffering a concussion this past Sunday.
It looks like the Giants’ top three receivers this week will be Victor Cruz, Domenik Hixon and Reuben Randle.
Cornerback Corey Webster also has a hamstring...
Tiki Barber has to be one of the biggest d-bags in the history of sports, right? The guy abruptly retired in 2006, the year before the Giants won the Super Bowl, and hasn’t gotten over it since. Going into the 2007 season he ripped Eli Manning and his leadership skills. How’d that work out for him?Now this photo surfaces, courtesy of LobShots.com. Yes, that is an “Eli Manning...
The New York Giants will be without wide receiver Ramses Barden, safety Kenny Phillips, wide receiver Hakeem Nicks, defensive tackle Rocky Bernard, and cornerback Jayron Hosley for Sunday’s game against the Browns.
David Diehl and Keith Rivers have been listed as doubtful.
Michael Boley, Antrel Rolle, Chris Snee and Corey Webster are questionable.
David Baas and Michael Coe are probable.
Jimmy Haslam III won't spend his first days as owner of the Browns handing out pink slips.
Haslam, whose $1 billion purchase of Cleveland's franchise is expected to be approved by NFL owners later this month, said Thursday through a team spokesman that he has no plans to make any personnel changes ''until after the year.'' At 0-4, the Browns are the only...
Cleveland Browns rookie running back Trent Richardson indicated this week that he sees some holes in the New York Giants defense that he can run the ball through.
“I think that if we cover the edges and run hard, no doing all this juking and that, one move and go, I think we can have success in the running game,” Richardson said.
Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora wants to see...