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The Giants' rookie running back, David Wilson, has been opening eyes and breaking defenders in his first NFL training camp.
The Virginia Tech product has coach Coughlin in awe of their new 1st round draft pick saying he "looks very fast, looks very quick".
Though many are saying his abilities are very similar to the Giants' #1 running back Ahmad Bradshaw, I seem to be one of the very few that sees otherwise.
Bradshaw's strength lies in his quickness and leg strength, though he has speed to get past linebackers he's usually caught by the secondary because of his lack of breakaway speed. Bradshaw seems to have more gallop rather than a sprinter's stride.
Wilson, on the other hand, can get to the outside quicker and releases up field with much more speed than Bradshaw can provide. Their similarity lies in what happens after contact, Bradshaw has shown tremendous ability in this field. For such a small frame he can easily run through a defender tw...
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Here it is, our NFL Preseason Power Rankings. The Preseason has officially kicked off, and we are less than a month away until the regular season begins. Several teams have greatly improved, while others have done the exact opposite. Where do the defending Super Bowl and AFC Champions land?
1. New York Giants
Division: NFC East | Last Season Record: 9-7
For the majority of cancer patients, beating the disease means simply just staying alive. However, for New York Giants linebacker Mark Herzlich, defeating cancer meant having a successful NFL career, despite being diagnosed with Ewing's sarcoma after his junior season at Boston College.
Fortunately, after an intense five-month battle, Herzlich's cancer was in remission...
Today I will be discussing what the Giants have to do this season to defend their crown. The Giants have targets painted on their back after winning there second championship in five years.
Stay Healthy: The Giants last year were plagued by injuries. This year it’s already starting. The Giants have lost starting CB Terrell Thomas with a 3rd ACL tear. For the Giants to repeat...
When news broke on Monday that New York Giants cornerback Terrell Thomas was not scheduled for surgery and would instead rehab his knee injury, there was no initial timetable offered that would indicate a target date for his return. However, a source with knowledge of the situation later informed Mike Garafolo of The Star-Ledger that Thomas could return to the field in as little...
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Eli Manning taking time out to show some kids love at an event in New York last week. I guess I get where all the good super bowl karma comes from.-TO
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New York wide receiver Hakeem Nicks is scheduled to run routes for the first time in camp Tuesday, according to Mike Hale of the New York Post.Fantasy Spin:The Giants begin the season on September 5 against the Dallas Cowboys and Nicks promised he'd be ready for the opener. It appears he's still on schedule. Nicks and Victor Cruz make up one of the best wide receiver tandems...
Former New York Giants wide receiver Devin Thomas announced his retirement on Sunday. Thomas, 25, is perhaps best known for recovering two fumbles in the Giants' NFC championship game win over the San Francisco 49ers in January. Thomas was a second round pick of the Washington Redskins in 2008. He was in Chicago Bears camp this season before abruptly calling it a career....
New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks says that he’ll start running routes on the side during practice today (Tuesday) and is “definitely still on target” for opening night against the Cowboys.
Nicks is currently rehabbing from a fractured foot that he suffered back in May. As we get closer to September, we’ll have a better idea if he’ll really be able to...
New York Giants Running Back Competition is Ahmad Bradshaw’s to lose, according to Bradshaw. He spoke of his position as a leader of this team and the possibility of a younger running back stealing the job from him.
Bradshaw, 26 is going into his 6th NFL season, and he understands what it takes to maintain at the level that he needs to keep the starting job. After all Bradshaw...