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TweetThe New York Giants and Eli Manning dismantled Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers during the Thursday Night Game, week 3 of the 2012 season. The final score was 36-7.
This wasn't even close! At half time it was 20-0. Panthers QB Cam Newton scored and performed his Superman TD celebration, the only issue was that his team was down 23-6. If Cam is Superman, the Giants are his Kryptonite!
No Hakeem Nicks, Ahmad Bradshaw, David Diehl or Domenik Hixon? Well no problem for the GMEN! They dominated both sides of the field and now have a record of 2-1. QB Eli Manning threw for 288 yards and completed 27 of 35 passes, no interceptions and 1 TD. Manning was taken out in the middle of the 4th quarter and backup David Carr came in for mop up duty.
Other NY Giants Standouts Versus The Carolina Panthers
Andre Brown had a career night rushing for 113 yards on 20 carries and scoring 2 touchdowns. WR Ramses Barden also stepped up with a career game, he caught 9 passes for 138 yards. New...
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Eli Manning has accomplished a lot the last few seasons.
In winning two Super Bowls — two super bowl MVP’s — and becoming one of the best late-game quarterbacks ever, there’s few things that the 31-year-old quarterback has yet to do.
Over the last two seasons, Manning has led 11 game-winning drives for the New York Giants, the only team he has ever played for since he was...
Cam Newton was embarrassed by his Panthers performance Thursday night against the defending champion, New York Giants. Cam has been said to be a little to emotional at times, letting the highs and the lows of the game hit him harder than necessary (sometimes that’s just called “passion” but I guess it depends on the [...]
The Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was pressured into submission against the Giants pass rush, Newton didn’t look like the Cam Newton the fans have come to know. Cam Newton only rushed for 6 yards on 6 attempts, if someone would have said Newton would average only one yard per rushing attempt, people would have thought they needed a head examination. Cam Newton is a...
Cam Newton: They Didn’t Beat Us, We Beat Ourselves -
What is it about losing to the Giants that makes opposing teams think that the Giants didn’t actually have anything to do with their loss? Echoing Packers LB Clay Matthews, who said of Green Bay’s playoff loss that the Giants “didn’t beat us, we beat ourselves,” Panthers QB Cam Newton gave similar comments after Thursday...
Thursday night, the New York Giants will be facing a true double-threat of a quarterback in the Carolina Panthers’ Cam Newton. When I say double-threat I mean that he can easily tear apart a defense with his arm as well as his legs. This poises as a tough challenge for the Giants defense as they have four players that are banged up pretty well. Those players are: Cornerback Prince...
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Wow, doesn’t it seem like the Giants just played a game?
Maybe it’s because the excitement of an epic finish is still fresh in our
But really it’s because the Giants will be squaring off
tonight against the...
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Plenty of Aaron Hernandez owners are searching for a replacement for their star Tight End, and they should look no further than Greg Olsen. With Jeremy Shockey gone, Olsen should see no shortage of targets as Cam Newton’s second favorite target. Ron Rivera thinks he is the next Rob Gronkowsi, and while...
Pretty much everyone watching at home knew New York Giants QB Eli Manning was planning to take a knee on the final play of Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. According to Manning, he informed the Bucs personally that a game-ending knee was in the cards.
Manning joined WFAN in New York with Mike Francesa, and he discussed the controversial ending to Sunday's...
Despite upsetting my Carolina Panthers in week one and nearly taking down Eli Manning’s Giants in week 2, Tampa Bay Buccaneer’s head Coach Greg Schiano has drawn the ire of many fans and sports reporters a like. After blowing a 14 point halftime lead, Buc’s QB Josh Freeman threw an interception late in the fourth quarter that sealed the Giants come back. Eli Manning came to...
The strength of the Giants defense has been it’s abundance of athletic pass rushers since their Super Bowl victory in 2007. Its started with veteran Michael Strahan. The torch was then handed to Justin Tuck and Osi Umenyiora and has now found a new home with Jason Pierre-Paul. JPP might even end up eclipsing the great career of Strahan. But where has it been lately?
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones spoke out against the kneel-down play to end games during a radio interview on Tuesday. The topic was brought up in response to the controversy that took place at the end of the Giants-Buccaneers game. Giants coach Tom Coughlin was upset with Bucs coach Greg Schiano for the way his players went after Eli Manning on the final play, feeling that the Bucs violated...
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Bucs coach Greg Schiano apparently has done little to improve his already negative reputation around the NFL.
Eli Manning didn't need a scintillating fourth quarter comeback Thursday night.
The two-time Super Bowl champion quarterback, running back Andre Brown and the rest of the New York Giants were too good for the first three quarters to need one.
Brown ran for a career-high 113 yards and two touchdowns in his first NFL start and the routed the Carolina Panthers 36-7.
Tonight NFL fans are in for a treat when the New York Giants (1-1) travel to Carolina to take on Cam Newton and the Panthers (1-1). Vegas currently has the Giants as a three-point underdog since news broke earlier in the week that starting running back Ahmad Bradshaw, starting wide receiver Hakeem Nicks, and starting offensive lineman David Diehl will all be out. Last week...
After a rough week of going 0-4 and being ridiculed for my picks I here by accept the fact that I’m being identified as the second coming of Mike Greenberg. With that said I’ve got 4 picks this week looking to redeem myself and get to 4-4 on my picks and get back into the green.
Giants (+3) vs. Panthers
Eli Manning is a monster. Sure he had a bad first half but he killed it...