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It's Always Sunny in Detroit:
ATTENTION, ATTENTION! Miss Erin Willett is craving your attention!
Erin’s 10,000+ Twitter followers all became pseudo-Atlanta Falcons fans on Sunday after Erin, a 23 year old vascular technologist (uh?), lost a bet with a fellow tweeter. The interwebs tell us that she doesn’t currently maintain celebrity status, but 10K is nothing to sneeze at (hot chicks have it easy).
On Sunday Miss Willett put her body where he mouth is by betting that her New York Giants would beat @Mazlow01′s Atlanta Falcons.
The result: Falcons 34 Giants 0 – these two pics and a whole lot more Twitter followers.
Dads, aren’t you glad your daughter isn’t a football fan?
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Victor Cruz dedicated his performance this week to Sandy Hook shooting victim, Jack Pinto, now he's reaching out to the family.
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. The most quotable member of the Atlanta Falcons was trying not to say anything at all.
But he couldn't help himself and failed.
As the team's open locker room session with the media came to a close, wide receiver Roddy White left for a meeting and announced, "I'm not talking until after we win home-field advantage."
HO HO HO! Merry Christmas everybody. This is the season for football, and what a marvelous season it has been so far. We have seen many things this 2012 season.It started with Bounty Gate and replacement refs, to field goals and touchdowns that weren't, to quarterback controversies, to the return of Peyton Manning and Adrian Peterson (who both are top contenders for MVP and Comeback...
After the Falcons laid the smackdown on the Giants this past Sunday, Roddy White went on his normal Twitter rants about how people need to start giving the Falcons respect. He ignored they had just lost to the Panthers the week before, but I digress. The Falcons think it is personal, but it isn’t. In [...]
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After honoring Jack Pinto with a message on his cleats and gloves for him, Giants WR Victor Cruz stepped it up a notch and went to Newton, Connecticut to visit Pinto’s family. Hearing that Jack Pinto was such a huge fan made Cruz want to reach out to the family and he brought them his shoes and gloves that he wore during the game on Sunday.Cruz has set a perfect example for other...
Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw feels that he’s ready to play in Week 16 but is awaiting clearance from doctors before he can return to the game, according to Paul Schwartz.
“I just have to get it through to Tom Coughlin and the training staff,” Bradshaw said. “As of right now, I feel like I can go and be ready Sunday.”
The Giants split carries between David Wilson and Kregg...
Like many other players across the NFL, Victor Cruz played Sunday’s game with an incredibly heavy heart. People all across the nation have felt the impact of the tragic shooting that took place at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. on Friday, and the New York Giants wide receiver was no exception.
As you can see from the photo above that he tweeted on Sunday morning...
New York Giants receiver Victor Cruz has visited the home of the 6-year-old Connecticut shooting victim who was buried in a replica Cruz jersey.
Jack Pinto was among 20 children shot to death Friday in Newtown. Several elementary school-age children played touch football in the front yard of his family's home Tuesday. Many wore Giants jerseys or Newtown football or wrestling...
New York Giants safety Kenny Phillips, who’s dealt with
injuries throughout much of the season, told ESPN 98.7 that he’s “100 percent
confident” that he’ll be on the field this weekend for his team’s pivotal
matchup against the Baltimore Ravens, reports Jorge Castillo of The
"I’m 100 percent confident that I’ll be on the field
The Atlanta Falcons have a great record, but they have won a lot of games against average to weak opponents by slim margins. The Falcons needed a coming out game to boost their relevance in the NFL. Well, they got it by playing a complete game against one of the most feared opponents in the playoffs- The New York Giants. Atlanta had to come out and punch the Giants in the face to...
"Get the BLEEP off my field!!!" Those words were uttered by QB Matt Ryan in an earlier Atlanta Falcons win this season over the Carolina Panthers in the Georgia Dome. "Matty Ice" would have been well within his rights to utter that same statement again Sunday afternoon after the 34-0 beat-down they handed Eli Manning and the New York Giants. The Giants now...
Giants receiver Hakeem Nicks (knee) missed Wednesday's practice, but he's been missing them regularly and still playing on the weekend.Fantasy Spin:Nicks caught just three passes for 40 yards last Sunday against the Falcons in what turned out to be an ugly 34-0 loss. He's certainly not operating at 100 percent but should be able to play against Baltimore this week.
Falcons coach Mike Smith has learned that little credit is given for regular-season success when it is followed by postseason flops.
Smith is hoping the Falcons' impressive 34-0 shutout of the New York Giants on Sunday generates momentum to end the streak of disappointments in the playoffs.
The Falcons (12-2) need one win to secure home-field advantage through the NFC playoffs...