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Conspicuously absent over the first two games of the season is New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul. His stat line may read six tackles in two games, but he’s been anything but impactful for Big Blue. If anything, it looks like he still has a lot of rust to shake off after missing the offseason due to back surgery.
But that didn’t stop JPP from speaking up after a loss to the Denver Broncos on Sunday night. Much like the rallying cry from 2012-2013, he feels the Giants are far better than their record would indicate.
“Yeah, we’re way better than 0-2, but, you know, it is what it is,” JPP said.
Regardless of how a team appears on paper, they are no better than what their record shows in the standings. For the Giants? They’re no better than 0-2. And this “we’re better than our record” thing has really become more like a broken record. No longer is anyone interested in hearing it — they want to see it.
To be fair, Pierre-Paul isn’t the only one with that mindset. Running bac...
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In their Sunday loss to the Denver Broncos, New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks left the game in the second quarter with an unidsclosed injury.
That injury turned out to be a dislocate middle finger, but Nicks is reportedly "fine", a league source told PFT’s Mike Florio on Sunday night.
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The younger brother of New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin has died.
The Giants announced Wednesday that John Coughlin of Hackensack died on Monday night at Hackensack University Medical Center. He was 63.
There was no cause of death listed, but a funeral home handling the arrangements said the death was unexpected.
Besides his brother, John Coughlin is survived by his companion...
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Yes, this feels like it’s going to be a thing, considering last week Eli was doing what Eli does best in the body language department. And now, Next Impulse Sports is proud to present your weekly Eli Manning goofball face. The kid brother is not happy in this picture, but can you not help but laugh?
Nor should he be happy, throwing four picks in a dreadful Giants effort against...
Many NFL players wouldn’t want to be compared to Tim Tebow, but in Prince Amukamara‘s case, the comparison makes some sense.
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Alright, Giant fans, it’s time to press the panic button after only the second week of the season. The Giants suffered their 2nd loss of the early season to the Denver Broncos 41-23 and now share last place with the Washington Redskins at 0-2. I will not breakdown the game in detail as it is too painful to relive. Instead, I will offer a short breakdown of the high points and...
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The New York Giants endured pathetic loss to the Denver Broncos 41-23, falling to 0-2 to start their 2013 campaign. Big Blue's Mathias Kiwanuka tried to put his finger on exactly what's keeping Big Blue from finishing on the winning side.
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