Found December 23, 2011 on
The Jersey Jets Fan:
Hey everyone, how’s it going? Caeden here, with a bit of a preview for the up-coming Jets-Giants game. This is a key game for both teams, with the Jets at 8-6 and the Giants at 7-7, each team has play-off hopes riding on this game.
The Giants are actually a pretty good match up for our team, at least defensively. They don’t have an effective tight-end, and they’re centered around Eli Manning’s passing ability. After some absolutely idiotic statements challenging Darrelle Revis, I’m not expecting Victor Cruz, Mario Manningham, and Hakeem Nicks to not have a very good day. Well, of course Manningham won’t, since he’s not even playing. Sucks for him.
I’m expecting Revis to hang around on Nicks, since Nicks is Eli’s security blanket, and Revis is best when he’s making the quarterback uncomfortable. If Manningham was playing, Cromarti would probably be on him, since Manningham is their speediest receiver. I’m not sure who their fourth receiver is, so i can’t say who Cromarti will be o
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http://bleacherreport.com/articles/993926-giants-vs-jets-big-blue-wrs-justifiably-confident-against-darrelle-revisTom Pennington/Getty ImagesBy Wes O'Donnell - Bleacher Report 12/22/11
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) -- Darrelle Revis thinks it's funny that Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz says teams no longer fear the New York Jets cornerback.
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It is too much to expect Eli Manning to put up huge passing numbers against Jets cornerbacks Darrelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie. Brandon Jacobs (above) has looked better the past three weeks than at any time this season. Now it’s Ahmad Bradshaw’s turn to pick...
Hoping to inspire his defense before the Battle of N.Y., the Jets' defensive coordinator gave his players a vivid reminder of what he'd like them to do to Giants QB Eli Manning.
Face it, Jets fans. If this comes down to a battle of quarterbacks, Eli Manning is going to outduel Mark Sanchez. He has had a remarkable season, carrying the Giants to dramatic victories with crunch-time heroics while masking the team’s weaknesses.
Here is the word from Darrelle Revis and the Jets, delivered to Victor Cruz and Hakeem Nicks and the Giants for daring to trash-talk the city’s — and the world’s — best cornerback:
Yule be sorry!
“They can say whatever they want — Revis is hands down the best in the...
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New York Giants wide receiver Mario Manningham is inactive for the team's game because of a knee injury that kept him out of practice this week. Manningham, who had three catches for 57 yards against Washington last Sunday, was replaced by Victor Cruz in the starting lineup. Tight end Jake Ballard, defensive end Osi Umenyiora and linebacker Mark Herzlich had already been ruled out for...
When Calvin Pace arrived at the Jets facility for Tuesday, defensive coordinator Mike Pettine gave him a green binder with a photograph of Giants quarterback Eli Manning emblazoned across the cover.
Washington Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett and his defensive backs have said all season that interceptions come in bunches and if they continued to do their jobs effectively, eventually they would experience a breakthrough.
The Redskins finally had that day last week against the New York Giants, when they intercepted Eli Manning a season’s-best three times. Cornerbacks...