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The New York Giants have received bad news all season long when it comes to injuries, and today wasn’t any different. They announced today that Left tackle Will Beatty will miss an undetermined amount of time due to a detached retina that he likely suffered during this past Sunday’s game against the Eagles. Beatty [...]
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Chris Canty was near tears when talking about the anger, frustration and disappointment he felt following the loss to the Eagles on Sunday night. But on Tuesday evening, the Giantsâ defensive tackle was smiling widely.
I always find it refreshing to read what other writers around the country see when they look at the Giants. Mostly, they get it wrong. Many times they don’t take into account the intangibles that are not detectable by the naked eye.
Jimmy Smith of the Times-Picayune in New Orleans seems to have done his homework on the Saints’ next opponent – the New York Giants. His scouting...
The second-half collapses that have marred recent Giants seasons can be avoided this year with better first halves of games.
YES Network analyst and former Giants tight end Howard Cross said the team has become too dependent on quarterback Eli Manning’s ability to rally them late in games. Manning...
Antrel Rolle said the Giants need to "have that dog in you." He's apparently removed his own leash.
The Giants learned Wednesday they'd be without their left tackle for a while. Today, they were missing their right tackle at practice as well. Kareem McKenzie missed practice with a toe issue, the severity of which is unclear at this point because, while the team was back to work today, there was no media access. The Giants merely released practice-participation report. Six other...
http://www.giants.com/news-and-blogs/article-1/Upon-Further-Review/44aadb7b-8805-4ddd-ad09-9899cb61cd04Today was bleak for the Giants coming off a 17-10 lost to the Eagles, but the G-Men believe they still have the capability and opportunity to celebrate in the future. Six games remain for the Giants, beginning Monday night in New Orleans.By Michael Eisen - Giants.com 11/22/11
The Giants have exceeded expectations this year, but that’s not enough to keep Tom Coughlin off the hot seat in New York. Bob Glauber of Newsday writes Tuesday about Coughlin’s future with the team. After two straight losses and games against the Saints and Packers up next, we suppose this was inevitable. “[Coughlin] knows as…
Eli Going Back Home Where Brees is New Favorite Son
Two teams in the thick of the NFC playoff race will meet this coming Monday night. The Giants (6-4) are currently tied with Dallas for first place in the NFC East while the New Orleans Saints enter Week 12 with a 7-3 record and a one-game lead on Atlanta in the NFC South.
Eli Manning returns to his hometown and the site where his...
We're going to miss Brandon Jacobs when he's gone.
Not because of what he gives the Giants on the field, because we've already been missing his old thundering running style for a few years now. We're going to miss him because there's no player more willing to step up and make himself a target for all the negativity that the rest of the team is generating in the...
Jones is trying to return to football after severe leg injuries suffered in a car accident last June