Found September 21, 2012 on
The last thing the New York Giants needed were more injuries at the cornerback position, but that’s exactly what they got in Thursday nights 36-7 victory over the Carolina Panthers. Shortly after a brief scuffle with Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith, cornerback Corey Webster headed to the locker-room for X-rays. He eventually emerged with a cast on his hand and it was revealed after the game that he had suffered a broken bone in his right hand.
“I made a tackle and came up stinging for a couple plays,” Webster said. “I finished playing this game, so I’m good for the next one.”
Although Webster acknowledges that the cast weighs his hand down and it will make it difficult to catch, he expects to play through it. He insists that he’ll be on the field against the Philadelphia Eagles next Sunday, and each week after that going forward.
“It’s probably going to be a little tough to catch. But we’re going to do our best,” he added.
Depending on the severity of the injury, surgery may...
BEST OF MAXIM
Over the past two weeks, the New York Giants have had something they haven’t had in what feels like forever.A running game.And, naturally, just as every other player has emerged in their recent system, that running game has come from someone who no one would have expected it to.Andre Brown, who spent his 2010 season on five different teams and the 2011 season on the Giants practice...
I so wish i was making this story up.
New York Giants tight end Martellus Bennett is having a career year after two games with the G Men.
He has 15 catches for 185 yards and 2 touchdowns.
That statement alone lets you know what he accomplished in short time in Dallas.
In a recent New York Times article, Bennett admits to forming a gang that engaged in robbing in stealing...
Coaches always tell their backups to be ready. A play or an injury often separates them from being a starter or - at the least - a contributor.
With the New York Giants, that happened to running back Andre Brown, wide receiver Ramses Barden and rookie cornerback Jayron Hosley over the past five days, and boy did they take advantage.
Brown, who has been cut seven times by five different...
NO CRYING IN FOOTBALL
Steve Smith was unhappy with his quarterback's behavior following Carolina's blowout loss to the Giants and discussed it.
Andre Brown and Ramses Barden wouldn't start for the Giants with a healthy roster, but both played big Thursday.
No Hakeem Nicks? No Ahmad Bradshaw? No problem. NFL teams often use the phrase “next man up” when starters go down with injuries, and the Giants exemplified the importance of depth by adhering to it on Thursday night. Their offense looked as good as it has all year, as Eli Manning had his way with the Carolina secondary and reserves Andre Brown and Ramses Barden enjoyed career...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Picking up where they left off in their last game, the New York Giants steamrolled the Carolina Panthers, in part by unleashing a new weapon. The success nearly tired out the Giants. Andre Brown ran for a career-best 113 yards and scored two touchdowns as the Giants cruised to a 36-7 victory Thursday night at Bank of America Stadium. The Giants, who got five...
HeroesEli Manning came into this game and immediately took control. He was 8-9 on the first drive, finishing with a touchdown to tight end Martellus Bennett.Eli also made due with a patchwork receiving corps and backfield, as wide receivers Hakeem Nicks, Domenik Hixon, and also starting running back Ahmad Bradshaw were all out with injury.Their replacements came in and played well...
What a game it was for the New York Giants as an entire unit. Everything was working for them, their offense put up 36 points, their defense forced 3 Cam Newton interceptions and even their special teams got into the action with 2 forced fumbles. While the team performed well as a whole, it was 2 players who put in serious work in fantasy this week.
I will start with the player...
Recall the altercation between Tom Coughlin and Greg Schiano. Read what Michael Silver reports and you'll appreciate Coach Coughlin even more:
If you took a poll of league talent evaluators, no...
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According to Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer, during last night’s blow out loss to the New York Giants, Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith got upset with quarterback Cam Newton for sitting on the bench and sulking.
“I watched D.A. and Jimmy (Clausen), they don’t play in 20-something games last year. And they get up and they observe and learn and get those mental reps,”...
Panthers receiver Steve Smith says he'' lit into'' Cam Newton
about his actions on the sidelines when the young quarterback was
replaced late in the fourth quarter of Thursday night's 36-7
blowout loss to the New York Giants.