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Also, Ahmad Bradshaw puts in limited time atpractice
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According to Antrel Rolle, if the Giants and the Redskins played 100 times the Giants would win 99 of them They played each other twice in 2011, and the Redskins won both, so the law of averages was defied.
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WR Mario Manningham is also not practicing
If the Redskins have only a one-to-five percent chance of beating the Giants, then they must be one of the luckiest teams ever.
That’s what Giants safety Antrel Rolle had to accept, following his team’s second loss to the Redskins in as many chances. With his trash talking turned to bad math, he finally had to admit that the Redskins were the better team this year (via CSNWashington...
Antrel Rolle may or may not have been taking a shot at Justin Tuck on Sunday, or maybe he was just talking in vague generalities as he insisted on Monday. Either way, he had teammates in his line of fire, and Tom Coughlin wasn’t thrilled with that. “I don’t know if it was in reference to ...
Antrel Rolle’s mouth provided extra motivation to the Redskins, but the talkative Giants safety promised not to give the Jets any bulletin-board material leading up to Saturday’s showdown.
Asked yesterday on his weekly radio spot on WFAN how many times out of 100 he believes the Giants would...
Running back Ahmad Bradshaw was limited in Wednesday's practice, according to Mike Garafolo of the Star-Ledger.
Bradshaw is taking things light in practice while nursing his foot ailment, but is still fully expected to play on Christmas Eve versus the Jets.
Antrel Rolle called out his teammates for lacking heart on Sunday. A day later, Tom Coughlin called out the Giants’ cornerback for his public comments.
We were surprised when Ahmad Bradshaw was practicing today, as he usually waits until later in the week to take the field with his cracked foot. But for the Giants, they didnât gain a running back. They just came out even.
If Antrel Rolle really was targeting Justin Tuck with his rant about players not practicing, then he’ll be pleased with this: Tuck is not expected to appear on the injury report on Wednesday, which means the Giants are expecting him to fully practice. If that’s what happens, it’ll be ...
Part four of our series breaking down the Christmas Eve match-up between the New York Jets and New York Giants, looks at the Jets rushing defense versus the Giants rushing offense, with featured commentary from myself, Chris Celletti, and TJ Rosenthal
Jets Rushing Offense vs Giants Rushing Defense
Jets Passing Offense vs. Giants Passing Defense
Jets Passing Defense vs. Giants Passing...
Brandon Jacobs called Plaxico Burress a “dangerous weapon,” Antrel Rolle hyped his play in the red zone and Aaron Ross proclaimed that he is once again one of the league’s finest wideouts.
Antrel Rolle won't be happy about this. Just two days before the much-hyped Battle of New York, a boatload of Giants did not seem to be in action during the media portion of practice. Osi Umenyiora (ankle), Mario Manningham (knee), Ahmad Bradshaw (foot), Mark Herzlich (ankle), Jake ...
He sure threw up a dud last week for his fantasy owners, but if you were able to survive, consider that just a blip and not a sign of things to come. Manning had a long touchdown pass slip through Hakeem Nicks’ hands, and another called back on holding, while one of his interceptions should be credited to Mario Manningham. Yes, the Jets’ secondary is strong, but so...