Found November 01, 2012 on
Sports Blog Net:
New York Giants
Green Bay Packers
What more can you say about Lawrence Tynes? He gets a ton of opportunities each week. He has only missed two filed goals this year, both over 40 yards. Even when he doesn’t get many field goal attempts, he still will get around five points because of how many times the New York Giants score. If you have Tynes, I would expect him to get ten to fifteen points each game, and I wouldn’t bench him for any other kicker in the league.
Top 20 Kickers for Week 9:
Lawrence Tynes NYG
Justin Tucker, Bal
Matt Bryant, Atl
Shayne Graham, Pit
Jason Hanson, Det
Garrett Hartley, NO
Robbie Could, Chi
Sebastian Janikowski, Oak
Mason Crosby, GB
Blair Walsh, Min
Dan Bailey, Dal
Matt Prater, Den
Dan Carpenter, Mia
Shaun Suisham, Pit
Adam Vinatieri, Ind
Alex Henry, Phi
Conner Barth, TB
Phil Dawsen, Cle
Steven Hauschka, Sea
Rob Bironas, Ten
BEST OF MAXIM
Hurricane Sandy flooded Eli Manning’s Hoboken, NJ apartment building and a photo of him snapping a picture of the damage is circulating around the web.
The orignal photo of Eli Manning assessing the damage to his Hoboken, NJ apartment.
Deadspin.com has launched a new Tumblr page called Eli Manning Looks At Things where photoshop masters can take the cut out image of Eli taking...
Normally, I am bringing you NFL news, fantasy advice or my opinion on a variety of sports. Instead of that, tonight I am bringing you something I stumbled upon on the internet that I found hilarious. Yesterday, a photo surfaced of New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning taking pictures of his flooded apartment.
Here is the original photo:
Eli Manning takes photos of his flooded apartment...
New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz will have a new deal sooner rather than later according to the New York Daily News.
Cruz said during a radio interview that his agent and the team have agreed on the structure of a new contract.
“From what I hear, they’ve just agreed on the structure right now,” Cruz said on WFAN. “And that’s all I’m at liberty to say...
Hurricane Sandy has left huge chunks of New Jersey and New York without power and the New York Giants have been affected as much as anyone else. Players had their first practice since Sunday night's physically draining 29-24 victory over the Cowboys in Dallas. The slightly altered session was held in the late afternoon instead of the morning to give assistant coaches — who...
TweetOur featured New York Giants fan this week is Andrew Soliz from Woodhaven Queens. A die hard GMEN fan who can be found tweeting on game day.
Favorite Current Player: Jason Pierre-Paul
Favorite All Time Player: Michael Strahan
Most Disliked Team: Dallas Cowboys
Giants Fans Since: 1989
GiantsKickoff Handle: Andrew-Soliz
Giants receiver Victor Cruz (calf) fully participated in Thursday's practice after being limited Wednesday.Fantasy Spin:Cruz' calf injury was never expected to keep him out of Sunday's game. Start him and expect a bounce-back week for the Giants big-play receiver.
New Jersey is still recovering from from the devastation left behind by Sandy but one sure sign that things are slowly getting back to normal is the sound of whining returning to the New York Giants locker room.
Giants players took some time off from complaining — maybe it was drowned out by the winds — after the teams' offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride was swiftly chastised...
Pittsburgh Steelers (4-3) at New York Giants (6-2)
Last week, the Giants won in Dallas in the exact type of game they normally win. They are now 18-7 ATS as road favorites under Tom Coughlin. On the road in general, they are 50-25 ATS under Tom Coughlin, as opposed to 34-38 ATS at home. As home favorites of more than 3, which they are this week, they are 18-26 ATS under Tom Coughlin...
It’s a big week for the NFC East, as two of the teams in the division will play in nationally televised games, while a third will likely be on in most of the country.NFC EAST DIVISIONWeek 9 Games:Carolina (1-6) at Washington (3-5), Sunday, 1 p.m.Pittsburgh (4-3) at NY Giants (6-2), Sunday, 4:15 p.m.Dallas (3-4) at Atlanta (7-0), Sunday, 8:20 p.m.Philadelphia (3-4) at New Orleans...