Found January 03, 2012 on
The Blue Screen:
The Giants are 20-1 shots to win Super Bowl XLVI. Those odds, courtesy of Bovada.lv, make them the seventh most likely team to win out of the 16 teams in the NFL playoffs. They’re also fourth in the NFC behind the favorites, the Green Bay Packers (9-5), the New Orleans Saints (9-2) and the ...
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Is it possible that the 9-7 New York Giants are the most dangerous team in the playoffs?
It may sound funny to some but the team has been playing much better and ended their regular season on a high note. Their tough schedule and all the adversity they faced during the season with injuries has made them stronger and tougher to beat.
Something else to consider is how they played the...
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The Giants' Victor Cruz makes a key second-half catch in front of the Dallas Cowboys' Orlando Scandrick in Sunday's win.Tim Farrel/Star Ledger By Dave D'Allesandro - Star Ledger 1/3/12
New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz has been wowing fans with his game breaking catches and touchdown celebrations all season long. Cruz's salsa steps done to a Latin beat have become the hit of MetLife Stadium.
On Monday night, Cruz was court side at The New York Knicks-Toronto Raptors game at Madison Square Garden and showed New York what all the excitement is all...
A year ago, Rolle criticized Tom Coughlin as being uptight and too strict. Now he's changed his tune. Amazing what a playoff berth can do for a guy's demeanor.
East Rutherford, NJ (Sports Network) - The New York Giants are headed to the playoffs for the first time since 2008.
The Dallas Cowboys go into the offseason wondering what went wrong after a late-season collapse.
Eli Manning threw for 346 yards and three touchdowns, Victor Cruz shredded the Dallas defense for 178 yards and the Giants captured the NFC East with a 31-14 win in...
Hall of Famer and former New York Giants linebacker Harry Carson says he's considering a run for Congress in New Jersey. Reached by phone, Carson recently told The Associated Press he hasn't made a definitive decision yet but is thinking about it. He lives in Franklin Lakes. Carson spent his entire professional career, from 1976 to 1988, with the Giants.