Found October 29, 2011 on In Reese We Trust:
PLAYERS: Ike Hilliard
TEAMS: New York Giants
Saints_v_giants_2016 playing his final down in 2008, former Giants WR Ike Hilliard didn’t want to put football in his past; instead, he made it part of his futureBy Michael Eisen - 10/29/11

Manning goes lefty for 4th time in career

The statistics will show that Eli Manning completed 31 of 45 passes against the Dolphins today. But that can be broken down even further. He was 31-for-44 right-handed, 0-for-1 left-handed.

Tuck, Jacobs active for Giants

Two-time Pro Bowl defensive end Justin Tuck is back in the New York Giants' lineup after missing three games with neck and groin injuries. Backup running back Brandon Jacobs also returns for the game against the Miami Dolphins after missing two games with a knee injury. Notable inactives for the Giants are fullback Henry Hynoski and offensive lineman Stacy Andrews. Bear Pascoe...

Ralph’s Three Keys For the Giants vs Miami

Giants insider Ralph Vacchiano joins Daily News Live to give his three keys to the game for Sunday’s matchup against the Dolphins.

NY Giants' Corey Webster may not be NY Jets' Darrelle Revis, but he is becoming Big Blue's own shutdown corner Webster is coming up with plenty of big plays - and celebrating them - for the New York GiantsBy Ralph Vacchiano - NY Dailynews 10/30/11

Giants' Hakeem Nicks has played through a lot of pain

Wide receiver, who will help the Giants face the Miami Dolphins today, doesn't enjoy missing games

Manning-Cruz TD pass keeps Dolphins winless, 20-17

Eli Manning threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to Victor Cruz with 5:58 to play and the New York Giants barely avoided a post-bye letdown, keeping Miami winless with a 20-17 victory that might put more pressure on embattled Dolphins coach Tony Sparano.

Nicks, Pacman, Woodley injured

The first-place New York Giants again were hit with some injuries Sunday in their victory over Miami.The NFC East leaders saw receiver Hakeem Nicks, center David Baas, running back Ahmad Bradshaw and cornerback Justin Tryon get tweaked in the 20-17 win.None of the injuries is considered serious and each of ...

Giants RB Bradshaw exits, returns after X-rays

Ahmad Bradshaw went into the locker room to get X-rays on his right foot during the third quarter of the New York Giants game against the Miami Dolphins.

Giants Gameday: Giants host Miami Dolphins receiver Brandon Marshall is a bright spot on offense for the 0-6 Miami Dolphins.By Mike Vorkunov - Star Ledger 10/30/11

Giant threats at defensive end

Jason Pierre-Paul could rush from one side, and Justin Tuck could fly in from the other. Or Pierre-Paul and Osi Umenyiora could harass the passer. Or Umenyiora and Tuck could do it. Or even better all three defensive ends could chase the QB at once.

Recap: NY Giants vs. Miami

Eli Manning found Victor Cruz for a 25- yard touchdown with 5:58 left in the fourth quarter, capping a comeback and lifting the New York Giants to a 20-17 victory over the still-winless Miami Dolphins.

Friday Morning Roundtable: Getting Ready for Fins

The Daily News Live crew provides their “Five at Five” about the Giants’ upcoming game vs Miami…

Who Are The ‘Fins?

The Miami Dolphins make their second trip to New Jersey in three weeks to play the New York Giants this Sunday at 1:00 Eastern. The Dolphins currently sit at 0-6, and rank near the bottom of most statistical categories.  They average 15 points a … [visit site to read more]Who Are The ‘Fins? - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - A NY Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
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