Found October 25, 2011 on NY Post:
PLAYERS: Ramses Barden
TEAMS: New York Giants
Ramses Barden has always had a way with words. The Giants hope he soon gets to use his gift of gab to describe big plays rather than reveal what it feels like to sit and watch. Barden yesterday wasn't watching. He was listed as limited participant as the Giants...

Update on CB Prince Amukamara Prince Amukamara felt good in his first practice back but said he understands that he will need to learn to crawl before he can walk.By Dan Salomone - 10/25/11

More than blocks, Ballard's got hands Ballard has caught 15 of 17 passses from Eli Manning. The highest catch rate among tight ends, according to FootballOutsiders.By Ian Begley - 10/24/11

Ballard versus Boss…

The Wall Street Journal has an interesting article about Jake Ballard and how is making the GIANTS forget about Kevin Boss. I think the entire article can be summed … [visit site to read more]Ballard versus Boss… - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - A NY Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Eli Manning Over Philip Rivers? Did The Giants Get it Right?

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Chris Snee, Brandon Jacobs among many that returned

Inside the Numbers Dolphins will tote a 0-6 record into MetLife Stadium on Sunday. This will be the Giants’ first game against a winless opponent with at least six losses since…their last meeting with Miami.By Michael Eisen - 10/25/11

Geico SportsNite Giants Report

This week, the Giants return to action against the Dolphins following their bye week with a bunch of key players returning from injury.


EAST RUTHERFORD - The referee was all he had to hold onto, so Chris Snee reached out and grabbed him to prevent himself from collapsing on the field. The right guard had played with a headache for most of the Oct. 9 loss to Seattle after taking a "pretty good shot early on." But after bumping helmets with teammate Ahmad Bradshaw in the fourth quarter, he could no longer...

NFC East: Will the Giants Win the Division?

The WheelHouse gang debates if the Giants can hold off the Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins to win the NFC East division title. If you watch below, there is little mention of the Philadelphia Eagles, who are only one game behind Dallas and two behind the Giants. With ten games to play, they logistically could get themselves back into the race. Washington gets no mention, either...

The Bye Week Worked Out Well for the Giants

Eli Manning didn't throw a pass on Sunday and Jason Pierre-Paul didn't come up with a sack, but it was still a pretty good day for the Giants. They now have a full game lead over the rest of the NFC East thanks to the Redskins' loss to the Panthers -- and injuries to Tim Hightower and Santana Moss leave them looking unlikely to bounce right back -- and the entire...

NFL Week 8: Giants Seek to Open Up Lead in NFC East

The 4-2 Giants have a golden opportunity to put some distance between them and their division rivals this weekend. They face the 0-6 Miami Dolphins at home while the Redskins, Cowboys and Eagles face tough challenges. Washington has lost three of their last four and now face the high-scoring Bills, who are coming off a bye. Dallas is in Philadelphia Sunday night in what is shaping...
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