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New York Giants
In their last five quarters, the Giants have scored 61 points, rushed for 143 yards, and passed for 531 yards -- numbers that head coach Tom Coughlin attributed to improved focus on assignments and techniques. This week, the Giants will face the Philadelphia Eagles, a 2-1 team that, over the same five quarters, has scored just 13 points, rushed for 145 yards, and passed for 269 yards. Over that same period, the Eagles have recorded 12 turnovers thus far. Still, Philadelphia is a team that, since 2008, has had its way with the Giants, winning seven of the last eight games, including playoffs, and it has won its last five contests against NFC East opponents. That's why Coughlin has his team bracing for a knock-down, drag-out fight Sunday night when his Giants roll into Philadelphia for a big NFC East matchup. Offensively, the Giants are going to face a smallish, but quick Eagles defense that is very physical despite its size. "I see a team that's been playing ...
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former Giants running back does a weekly article for USA Today detailing his thoughts for the week, and giving his expert analysis on everything NFL.
Pure comedy in my opinion, but who am I.
This week Tiki took aim at the commish who is going through his own bit of adversity right now.
You would have had to been on Mars for a month to have no knowledge of that adversity...
LeSean McCoy and Osi Umenyiora have hurled so much trash talk back and forth over the past two seasons that it’s gotten to the point where people wonder if they are joking. Are these two actually best friends who are just toying with all of us and laughing every time we write something about their feud? If that’s the case, they are doing a terrific job of acting.
In an E:60 special...
The New York Giants don't exactly expect a smooth transition going from the replacement referees to the real ones this week.
Despite the regular referees returning Thursday — after reaching an agreement between the NFLRA and the league — Giants defensive end Justin Tuck thinks the officiating on the field may still be a little tentative.
"It's still going to be...
With Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers in the rearview and Michael Vick, LeSean McCoy and Jeremy Maclin of the Philadelphia Eagles on deck, we're turning the page around here…moving on from last week's feel-good victory and looking at what should be a tough game on the road for the Giants.
Despite how bad Philly looked last week getting spanked by the Arizona Cardinals...
Last week: 4 (+0)
The Eagles have gotten killed with turnovers in their first 3 games, with a league worst -6 turnover ratio. However, that tends to even out on a week to week basis. This is still one of the most talented teams in the league and they rank 4th in the league in yards per play differential. I expect them to eventually get their act together and finish as...
As I said in my last article, the Eagles put on their worst performance in recent memory on Sunday afternoon when they got torn apart by the Arizona Cardinals. With a final score of 27-6, there were many questions that need answering, but perhaps no bigger than the performance of quarterback Michael Vick and if it will effect his role as the No. 1 quarterback.When asked about a...
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw (neck) said, "You can guarantee I'll be out there fighting with my team," according to Paul Schwartz of the New York Post.Fantasy Spin:It appears Bradshaw is sure he'll be in uniform on Sunday night, but we're not sure of the distribution between Bradshaw and Andre Brown who excelled in Carolina last week.
The war of words between Philadelphia Eagles RB LeSean McCoy and New York Giants DE Osi Umenyiora just won’t quit. McCoy called Umenyiora “a ballerina in a Giants uniform” on ESPN’s E:60 Tuesday night after Umenyiora sent this tweet in early May to McCoy: “Happy Mothers Day Lesean Mccoy! Enjoy your special day!!” “Yeah this is for real — like I don’t like Osi,”...
With electric Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick struggling badly with turnovers, insatiable critics and myopic fans continue urging head coach Andy Reid to hand the ball to unproven rookie Nick Foles. The 6-foot, 215 pound Vick, who has thrown 114 … Continue reading →