Found December 16, 2011 on T-Rock's Take On The Giants:
It is second nature to call this the homestretch. The Giants have three vital, season-ending games in a row. What else would you call it? The thing is, though, that almost never does an NFL team get to experience so much "home" in a homestretch.

At the end of the day, Antrel Rolle was right

At the end of the day, Giants safety Antrel Rolle had a point in a Tuesday radio rant aimed at television analysts who critique players without necessarily knowing what they are talking about.

Giants' Antrel Rolle continues to defend himself over blown coverage O'Boyle/The Star-Ledger"I don't say things for feedback," Antrel Rolle said Wednesday. "I say what I feel and, honestly, what it is at the end of the day."By Jorge Castillo - Star Ledger 12/15/11

Manning keeps fun in football

It's around 5 p.m. on Thursday before the Giants host the Redskins on Sunday and Eli Manning is tired. He sports a soft cashmere pullover he says he wore to look nice for the interview held at the team's practice facility and then points out the contrast of his 5 o'clock shadow along with the mussed state of his hair and laughs a little at himself. Nobody's pointing...

Tuck won't know about toe until Sunday

Justin Tuck missed a second straight practice because of a toe injury and said he probably won't know if he's available to play until just before kickoff on Sunday.

Friday Roundup: Tuck Practices; Five Ruled Out for Sunday

Friday saw the return of DE Justin Tuck (toe) to practice. He was limited as were RB Ahmad Bradshaw (foot), LB Spencer Paysinger (hamstring), S Kenny Phillips (knee). Tuck – who is listed as questionable for Sunday – did not speak to the media, choosing instead to wear a t-shirt with a message that read: “My pain, your entertainment”.…Bradshaw, Paysinger and Phillips are...

Downtrodden Tuck raises questions about Sunday

If body language were an accurate indicator of playing possibilities, Justin Tuck would be done for the year.

NY Giants Linebacker Michael Boley -- Under Investigation for Child Abuse

NY Giants linebacker Michael Boley -- who signed a $25 million contract in 2009 -- is being investigated for allegedly abusing his 5-year-old son earlier this year ... TMZ has learned. According to the official incident report, taken by the Gadsden… Permalink

NY Giants LB Michael Boley Investigated for Child Abuse

Gadsden, AL -- NY Giants linebacker Michael Boley is being investigated for 'repeated willful abuse of a child under 18 from May 30 to June 5.' The child is his 5-year-old and the charges apparently... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

Experience New York Giants Football In A New Way

Time for a little shameless self-promotion in 3,2,1…. I just got a new gig for social sports media company Kwarter. Click the link to check it out. Basically it’s a fun and interactive way to … [visit site to read more] Experience New York Giants Football In A New Way - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - A NY Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Giants LB in child abuse investigation

Michael Boley will be in Giants' lineup on Sunday afternoon, even though he's being investigated by police in Alabama for allegedly abusing his 5-year-old son.

Giants wide receiver Mario Manningham says he probably won't need knee surgery

'I don't even think about the knee,' he says

Week 15 Fantasy Football Start Em’ Sit Em’

Start Em’ QB Eli Manning (NYG) 300 Passing yards 2 TD 0 INT Right now Manning is guaranteed to get you 300 yards and at least two touchdowns. Added bonus is he is facing a weak Washington defense this week. Sit Em’ QB Phillip River (SD) 225 Passing yards 1 TD 3 INT The Ravens have yet to allow any quarterback to throw for more than one touchdown. I don’t expect Rivers to...

Struggling defense eyes Big turnaround

The biggest Giant of them all, Chris Canty, sunk his head and his broad shoulders sagged. He had just been informed that the Giants defense — his defense — is ranked 30th in the 32-team NFL. Canty’s head shook from side to side before he straightened himself back up. “It’s...

Giants' Tuck questionable but Phillips probable

New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck is questionable for Sunday's game against Washington, while safety Kenny Phillips is set to return after missing last Sunday's game vs. Dallas.
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