Found November 26, 2011 on
The New York Giants have placed wide receiver Michael Clayton on injured reserve and re-signed defensive end Justin Trattou from their practice squad.
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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...
Jim MancariBGB Assistant EditorAll of a sudden, Week 12 of the NFL season is upon us, so what better time to speculate about the NFC East playoff picture? The Giants have a tough road ahead, and based on the back-to-back losses, it might be an uphill climb. Do the Giants have what it takes to get back to the postseason? If you remember back in 2007-08, all the Giants needed to...
Dear Mr. Mara, I am just one of the many New York Giant fans that attend your stadium on a weekly basis and have worked effortlessly in order to be able to afford the PSL that I was subjected to after being a loyal fan since the beginning. However, I am at wit’s end with the current state of the organization and feel the need to express my growing concerns over the last few...
Also, D.J. Ware says he'll definitely be on field Monday after concussion
Giants' defensive line hasn't been happy with play of late
The Giants had plenty of important players on the sideline during Thursday's practice, as running back Ahmad Bradshaw missed another practice and defense end Justin Tuck sat out with two new injuries.
The Giants have seemed to do their best work this season when their backs are against the wall, so maybe it is a good thing that they'll be taking the field on Monday night in second place.
Tony Romo led the Cowboys back in the final minutes on Thanksgiving, giving the Cowboys their fourth straight win and possession of first place in the NFC East. If the Giants don't...
NEW ORLEANS — Kevin Boothe went to Cornell, so he has answers to many questions. The Giants offensive lineman does not understand why everyone is already adding another loss to the season and awaiting the worst to befall his team.
“If everything’s chalked up already, what are we doing here...
NEW ORLEANS -- Whether a two-game skid and a tough upcoming schedule could combine to spell doom for the New York Giants is a question Eli Manning sees little point in addressing right now. "It's not about who our next opponent is or what the standings are in the division," Manning said as the Giants (6-4) prepared for their matchup with the Saints (7-3) in New Orleans tonight.