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Washington Redskins (4-9) at New York Giants (7-6), Sundayat 1pm in the MeadowlandsBy Ben Kelly - InReeseWeTrust.com 12/17/11What happened last week?The Redskins nearly knocked of the Patriots in Washingtonlast week before a last-second interception swung through the hands of receiverSantana Moss and into Jerod Mayo’s open arms, halting the comeback. The ‘Skins losttwo three-point leads in the second quarter before a scoreless fourth left thescore a 34-27 final. Washington scoredon five consecutive possessions after giving up a defensive touchdown to openthe game, but Rex Grossman couldn’t rally his offense down the stretch, leavinghis last three possessions empty with two punts and the last-secondinterception. Turnovers on the first and final Redskins drives stifledtheir best offensive performance of the year, in a game plan that featured a49-yard trick play passing touchdown from wide receiver Brandon Banks. Washington rallying the troops for another aerial assaultThe Redskins car...
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At the end of the day, Giants safety Antrel Rolle had a point in a Tuesday radio rant aimed at television analysts who critique players without necessarily knowing what they are talking about.
It's around 5 p.m. on Thursday before the Giants host the Redskins on Sunday and Eli Manning is tired. He sports a soft cashmere pullover he says he wore to look nice for the interview held at the team's practice facility and then points out the contrast of his 5 o'clock shadow along with the mussed state of his hair and laughs a little at himself.
I donât know if Justin Tuck has a T-shirt that says âIâm playing today,â but is he does he should wear it today.
Of all the positions on the Washington Redskins’ defense this season, safety has been the least stable.
Strong safety LaRon Landry missed the first two games of the season, battled Achilles’ tendon and groin injuries, and for a second straight season will end the year on injured reserve. Free safety Oshiomogho Atogwe – whom the Redskins signed as a free agent during the offseason...
Also, Michael Boley defers comment on child abuse allegations
First place is a distant memory.
Loss puts Giants in difficult position in playoff chase
Gadsden, AL -- NY Giants linebacker Michael Boley is being investigated for 'repeated willful abuse of a child under 18 from May 30 to June 5.' The child is his 5-year-old and the charges apparently...
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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Some Redskins players found extra satisfaction in Sunday's 23-10 victory over the New York Giants because of what Giants safety Antrel Rolle said after Washington beat them in Week 1. "We know the Redskins are not a better team than us," Rolle said. "If we played ...
Michael Boley will be in Giants' lineup on Sunday afternoon, even though he's being investigated by police in Alabama for allegedly abusing his 5-year-old son.
The biggest Giant of them all, Chris Canty, sunk his head and his broad shoulders sagged. He had just been informed that the Giants defense — his defense — is ranked 30th in the 32-team NFL.
Canty’s head shook from side to side before he straightened himself back up.
Washington Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss owes the Internal Revenue Service more than $258,000 on income taxes from 2006, according to The Detroit News.