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The New York Giants are defending Super Bowl XLVI champions. They’ve won two Lombardi Trophy’s since the 2007 season. And they’re 7-2 against the Dallas Cowboys in their last nine meetings. However, after linebacker Mathias Kiwanuka recently reminded Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones that they’ve been “whupping his ass” for a long time now, opposing linebacker DeMarcus Ware said Big Blue needs to step up and “walk the walk.”
“When you think about when players talk, you got to walk the walk,” Ware said. “Every year starts off as a different year. You got to get out there and do the same thing over and over again and be consistent. You know, this year we’re a different team and we’re going to see how it pans out this year.”
Between the Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles, it’s like a broken record or an MP3 player stuck on repeat: “This year is different.” “This year is our year.” “Giants can’t do it again.”
The irony here is that Kiwi didn’t tell Jones they will co
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AROUND THE WEB
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
Dallas 24 vs. New York 17
By Eric Judd @ericjuddTSHQ
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Kevin Ogletree. Poor Miles Austin. Poor Dez Bryant. Kevin Ogletree made you look bad. Moreover, he made you an after-thought. The big names, with the big contracts, continue to get overshadowed by previously unknown 3rd receivers. Kevin Ogletree had...
The New York Giants are the returning Superbowl Champions. The last Champions to repeat were the Patriots. Can the Giants pull it off?
Philadelphia (11-5) Big things were expected of the Eagles and Vick last year. This year is no different. I think they pull things together this season.
New York Giants (8-8) I like the Giants. I really like Eli Manning...
The New York Giants players know they have a devastating pass rush — a group of speedsters that sacked Tony Romo six times in their last meeting with the Dallas Cowboys — but Justin Tuck believes the key to beating the 'Boys is by making sure Romo doesn't have a running game he can use "as a crutch."
The All-Pro defensive end said the Giants need to take away...
It took Eli Manning three quarters to get in sync with his wide receivers, but when it clicked it was working quite well. With just over six minutes left in the third quarter Eli Manning let a deep ball go to Dominick Hixon who was in double coverage but managed to time his jump better than the defenders and come down with a fantastic grab for a 39-yard gain. Hixon ended up...
Finally NFL football is back! A late rally by Eli Manning and the defending champion New York Giants came up short on this opening Wednesday kickstart to the 2012 campaign.The long awaited divisional matchup began in lackluster fashion, the only touchdown in a yawner of a first half coming on a Tony Romo toss to Kevin Ogletree from ten yards out with 2:33 left before intermission...
The Dallas Cowboys waited all year for another shot at the New York Giants. When they got it in the 2012 season opener, they were ready.
So were the replacement officials, who barely were a story as Dallas dominated the Super Bowl champions for much of a 24-17 victory Wednesday night that wasn't nearly so close.
It won't make up for the New Year's Day loss that cost...
Jason Witten: Witten is listed as doubtful for Wednesday’s regular season opener against the Giants, as he recovers from a lacerated spleen, the Dallas Morning News reports.
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New York Giants Chris Snee restructured his contract to give the team an extra $3 million or so in cap space this year, and the full picture of the Giants cap situation is coming into view as the season kicks off in just a few hours: according to a Monday report by Profootballtalk.com, the NFLPA said the Giants have $3.6 million, while the official numbers from NFL headquarters...
Rex Ryan is a clown. So are Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow. At least that's what the New York Post put on Tuesday's NFL preview issue's cover. The trio, dressed as circus clowns, are cruising around in a clown car while Eli Manning, two Super Bowl trophies and one Justin Tuck are looking down on them from a nice convertible, which can be seen below.
Every year we see underrated and unknown players in this league who break out of their shell, and become household names.And 2012 looks to be no different, as it looks to be an electrifying season.Let us see who will move up their respective depth charts and hopefully help lead their team to greatness: Dallas Cowboys2011 Breakout Player: DeMarco Murray2012 Breakout Player: Dez...
The NFL kicked off in dramatic rivalry fashion with the returning Superbowl Champion Giants taking on their NFC East foe Dallas Cowboys. Much maligned Quarterback Tony Romo came, saw and conquered while in MetLife Stadium as he threw for 307 yards including three TD’s and came up bigger than Eli in the 24-17 victory.
The hero of the night props goes...
The New York Giants begin their title defense tonight, and one of the biggest reasons they were able to win it all last year is Jason Pierre-Paul. The 3rd round beast of a defensive end terrorized offenses, specifically QBs in limited reps. He started in only 12 of the 16 games he played in, and [...]
Some opening day thoughts at the start of the 2012 season...
1) "I am a Jedi, like my father before me." Yes, the Force runs strong in Eli's family. Eli can sense pass rushers that he cannot even see. He has mastery of his weapons, including Cruz and Nicks. Add Bradshaw, Wilson and a healthy TE, and Eli can be lethal.
2) "Fear is the path to the Dark...
As the Dallas Cowboys beat the New York Giants to start off the 2012 NFL season, the replacement referees didn't do a terrible job of calling the action.
Nearing the end of the game, head referee Jim Core was calling a penalty against the Dallas Cowboys when he was ran into by New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks.
Watch as Core expresses his displeasure after...
In the past we would provide a detailed recap of the game. The effort to provide Ultimate22, a comprehensive and objective recap of player performance, seeks to replace the coverage in large part. Still, there are MACRO THEMES that need to be summarized here. This recap is not trying to catch ALL the points. Please add more in the comments that I did not mention here.