Found January 25, 2012 on
Giants Football Blog:
Today is an off day for the Giants, but not for us. We’re never off. We’re here everyday. All year round. Here are some links for you to enjoy with your breakfast…
Tuck, Mara on air with Francesa
Tynes feels for Ravens’ Cundiff
Special teams standing tall in postseason
Giants deny trying to injure 49ers’ returner
Rolle has Super memory of his own
Pumped Weatherford playing huge part in Giants’ success
Harbaugh compares Bradshaw “non-fumble” to tuck rule
Ted Berg says Jet fans should root for the Giants in the Super Bowl
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While it is always fun for the media to talk about Bill Belichick and Tom Brady and how dominant the Patriots have been over the past decade, there is only so much they can say about it. Highlights from Super Bowl 42 will be a go-to move, but with two weeks off between the conference championship games and the Super Bowl writers need quotes. They aren’t going to get any from...
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Full rundown of Giants injuries
from Mason Levinson and Michael Buteau of Bloomberg…
At least one ticket to the Super Bowl rematch between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots has sold for $11,883, according to the National Football League’s official resale site.
The price is the highest so far for the Feb. 5 game at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis for a secondary-market ticket sold on the NFL...
I should have known that whenever Devin Thomas is playing a prominent role in the outcome of an important football game, his contributions aren't quite what they seem. Thomas, the Giants special teamer (and former receiving bust for the Redskins), recovered both of 49er return man Kyle Williams' fumbles in the NFC title game. Those two fumbles provided the Giants with ten...
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The two buzzwords for Super Bowl XLVI are Rematch and Revenge.
Because the Patriots and Giants locked horns in a memorable Super Bowl just four years ago, people are going for the easiest possible way to frame this year's matchup between the two teams...
There wasn't one moment of clarity where it all seemed to come together for the Giants. There was no one play or one game when Jerry Reese thought they finally started to play like the team he was sure they could be.
You can call it Deja Blue, The Rematch or whatever you want, but the Giants are back in the Super Bowl and they'll be facing the New England Patriots a week from Sunday in Super Bowl XLVI at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. To get you ready for the big game, we've got Ralph Vacchiano ...