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Dexter McCluster went all Madden with this punt return for a touchdown, and then pulled out a trolling celebration of sorts. Victor Cruz sees what you did, and did not like it. The Chiefs crushed the Giants by a score of 31-7.
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The emerging Kansas City Chiefs (4-0) were clinging to a three-point lead late in the third quarter of their Week 4 contest against the winless New York Giants (0-4) until fourth-year wide receiver and special teams stud Dexter McCluster broke loose for a game-changing 89-yard touchdown on a punt return that featured a few cutbacks, an elusive spin move and a stellar burst of...
The Giants had high hopes for the 2013 season. Those have flown out the window after the first four weeks, and Kansas City's Dexter McCluster delivered the dagger Sunday.
After a mediocre showing on offense, the Giants were forced to punt in the third quarter. McCluster fielded the punt at the Kansas City 11-yard line and made eight defenders miss as he cruised into the end...
I know it may be low on the priority list for the winless New York Giants but maybe someone should look at the Special Teams play.
The Chiefs Dexter McCluster just embarrassed them with this return for a touchdown.
McCluster put on some sick moves and got some great blocks but just because you fall to the ground doesn’t mean you attempted to tackle someone, New York Giants.
With Kansas City leading New York 10-7 in the third quarter on Sunday, Chiefs running back Dexter McCluster returned a punt 89 yards for a touchdown.
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Rob Gronkowski’s dad is keeping him from playing right now, after he broken his forearm for a second time during the playoffs last year. Gronk is also making sure his back is ready and is looking to make his 2013 debut two weeks from now, but could end up playing next week, per Jay Glazer of FOX Sports. Need NFL Tickets? ...
There haven't been many highlights for the Giants this season, but Victor Cruz's 69-yard touchdown temporarily gave the Big Blue faithful a glimmer of hope.
In the second quarter, quarterback Eli Manning took the snap, stepped back in the pocket and lofted a pass down the right sideline to Cruz. Chiefs cornerback Dunta Robinson was beaten deep on a double move, and the third...
Dexter McCluster scored on an 89-yard punt return for a touchdown Sunday in the third quarter against the New York Giants to give Kansas City a 17-7 lead, and then he decided to mock one of his opponents. After scoring by breaking tackles and weaving through defenders, McCluster did the Victor Cruz salsa dance in […]
The New York Giants are 0-4 after Sunday’s 31-7 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. The Giants offense had 298 yards —200 passing and 98 yards rushing— and scored just one touchdown on an Eli Manning
You smell that? Smells like a poor Kansas City Chiefs defender getting absolutely roasted by Victor Cruz on this 69-yard TD. It was the Giants first touchdown since the 4th quarter of Week 2.
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In middle school, grades were equated to a certain range of excellence. E stood for Excellent, G stood for Good, I stood for Needs Improvement, and U stood for Unsatisfactory.
In previous years, the Kansas City Chiefs (4-0) would fall under the category of Needs Improvement. The Chiefs were always a team that could give you a challenge, but always...
Congrats to the New York Giants who scored their first touchdown since the 4th quarter of Week 2. Salsa time!
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Andy Reid has the Kansas City Chiefs headed to the playoffs, and Tom Coughlin looks to be on his way out in New York. Dexter McCluster just infuriated Coughlin with an amazing 89 yard punt return to put the Chiefs up 17-7.
If Kansas City can hold on, it would make them 3-0 against the NFC East.
Giants QB Eli Manning only had 217 yards Sunday against the Chiefs, but he completed 10 passes for 164 yards and his lone touchdown of the day to Victor Cruz.Fantasy Spin:Cruz has three 100-yard games over the first four contests. He should continue to post WR1 numbers since the Giants cannot run the ball and are not playing well defensively.
Wow, Justin Tuck went in, when reporters asked him about Tom Coughlin after yesterday’s loss. “If anyone turns on our coach, I would be the first one to punch him in the mouth,” Tuck said, according to the New York Daily News. “And put that in print. It better not happen, I know that.” Giants […]
After another horrible on field performance by both the offense and defense, tempers start to flare in the Giants locker room. After a 31-7 loss to the Chiefs, players aren’t happy and they are showing it. Even Victor Cruz, according to NFL.com.
Earlier in the season, Hakeem Nicks decided to call out his quarterback, Eli Manning, for only targeting him one time, saying...