Found September 23, 2012 on
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Now that wide receiver Ramses Barden has officially broken out as an NFL wide receiver, the New York Giants are looking for him to build on Thursday night’s masterful performance and show everone why he was drafted in the third round of the 2009 NFL Draft.
“The Giants have been waiting for WR Ramses Barden to step up in a real live game for three years. Thursday he showed what he can do with nine receptions (the same number he had all last season) in a key role with Hakeem Nicks out. But the Giants have been teased by Barden’s ability before. They still want to see him separate consistently from press coverage and run cleaner routes, but this was a clutch performance the team needed badly,” wrote ProFootballWeekly.com.
As of right now, Barden will likely go into next Sunday night’s game against the Eagles as the Giants third wide receiver as long as Hakeem Nicks is back in the line up.
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The Giants played a really great game last Thursday when they traveled to Charlotte and beat the Panthers. With Nicks and Bradshaw out, they had some young guys step up. I think they may have found an every down back in Brown. Bradshaw has been banged up a lot the last few seasons. Can Eli and company continue to roll?
I'm sitting at 26-22 after a terrible week 3....
Putting pressure on a team kneeling down to run out the clock at the end of a game could be considered a dirty call, but Tampa Bay head coach Greg Schiano doesn't think so. Schiano had his defense rush Giants quarterback Eli Manning at the end of a Week 2 matchup in which New York came out victorious. Schiano told Pro Football Talk on Friday that he wasn't telling his players...
After three well deserved days off, the New York Giants returned to practice on Monday. Unfortunately, for eight players their mini-vacations continued for a variety of different reasons. Included in those that were not participating in the portion of practice open to the media were running back Ahmad Bradshaw (neck), wide receiver Hakeem Nicks (foot) and offensive lineman David...
Despite the heat he took from New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin and others for his aggressive approach to an opponent's kneel-down in the closing seconds last week, Tampa Bay coach Greg Schiano did it again on Sunday against the Cowboys.
The Bucs went after the ball three straight times at the end of a 16-10 loss to the Cowboys. But Dallas was ready for it. Schiano...
Denver, CO – Every now and then, I come across some crazy sports statistic I had never heard before. If anyone knows me well, that is saying something too. Whether it’s a good thing or not, I am a sports numbers and stats guy. I remember how many times a #12 seed has knocked off …
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According to Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News, running back Ahmad Bradshaw has been medically cleared to return to practice after missing last week’s game with a sprained neck.
Bradshaw is expected to take over his starting job with Andre Brown likely getting a good amount of carries as well.
Before Bradshaw got injured he wasn’t running the ball the way Brown has been...
I’ll hook you up with some swag Juan…
Victor Cruz isn’t just the stud WR for the New York Giants, he is an entrepreneur as well. His clothing line Young Whales and he is showing off his new line with the boys here.
En Fuego:Andy Dalton
Mucho Frio: Shonn Greene
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw (neck) has been cleared to return to practice by team doctors, according to Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News.Fantasy Spin:Bradshaw's status for Sunday's game against the Eagles is still up in the air. We'll have to see how he feels after practicing this week.
New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks was asked if he’ll be ready for this Sunday night’s match up with the Philadelphia Eagles.
“I definitely anticipate playing,” Nicks said today.
Nicks says if last week was a normal week, he would have likely played.
“I don’t think it was a setback,” Nicks said of how his foot reacted after the Buccaneers game, per Giants.com...
Here's audio (sorry, bleeped) of Tom Coughlin and Greg Schiano after the 'late' Eli Manning hit play.
"What the **** is that all about, trying to hurt the quarterback! That's ********. That's...
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By now, we’ve all seen the commercials for DirecTV’s NFL Sunday Ticket. They’re everywhere.
The spots feature Deion Sanders, joined this season by Peyton & Eli Manning, as tiny fairy versions of themselves, spreading the gospel of the Sunday Ticket. And while the concept itself is fairly ridiculous, the campaign has allowed its stars to show off their...
We both clutch Juan…
Two of New York’s best clutch players in the history of the city poses together here. Eli has stepped out of Peyton’s shadow and looks like not only a great real QB, but a great fantasy one as well. When you make Ramses Barden look like a world-beater, you are Eli-te.
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