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The New York Giants have signed running back Peyton Hillis. Giants to sign RB Peyton Hillis, per sources. — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) October 16, 2013 Hillis has made 33 starts in his six NFL seasons with four different teams. He rushed or 1,177 yards and 11 touchdowns with
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The New York Giants have already ruled out running back David Wilson for Monday night’s game against the Vikings as he continues to nurse a neck injury. RB David Wilson (neck) has been officially declared out for Monday night’s game. #NYG — Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoNYDN) October 17, 2013 Wilson isn’t expected to be ready for about 3-4 weeks. Need NFL Tickets? Loading...
It was clearly light-hearted, but that didn't make it any less weird to see two embattled young New York Giants take shots at each other on Twitter Thursday night. After all, the Giants are 0-6 and Wilson and Randle -- picked first and second in last year's draft -- have both made a few notable mistakes along the way.
It all started when Randle retweeted Wilson's...
The Giants have been a disaster this season thanks in part to Eli’s 15 interceptions. This video pretty much sums it up. Funny ass video from our friend U_neek81. See the video below:
New York Fans Won’t Even Buy Giants Donuts Anymore (Meme)
Rueben Randle and David Wilson Go In On Each Other On Twitter
Rueben Randle and David Wilson have both had their ups and downs with the New York Giants since their NFL careers began a year ago. Wilson, a former Virginia Tech star, ended up in Tom Coughlin’s dog house after Week 1 this season when he lost two fumbles. Randle, who played college ball at LSU, […]
Good news for David Wilson as the Giants running back will not need season ending neck surgery.
There is still a chance that Wilson could play this season, though the prognosis seems to be that Wilson will miss three-to-four weeks to rehab his neck before the team re-evaluates his status.
The news comes courtesy of ESPN.
Wilson was examined by neck specialist Robert...
David Wilson and Rueben Randle don’t seem to be taking the Giants’ 0-6 start very seriously.
The G-Men are playing like a pile of hot garbage this season, ranking ahead of only the lowly Jaguars in point differential as one of the three winless teams in the NFL. Neither Wilson nor Randle has excelled thus far — Wilson, whose role was diminished drastically after early-season...
Eli Manning Has a New Hashtag
The New York Giants Spelling Bee (Meme)
New York Giants running back David Wilson will not need surgery on his injured neck at this time and there remains a chance he could return before the end of this season a source confirmed to ESPN.com.
Wilson is likely to miss at least three or four more weeks due to the injury and the plan is to re-evaluate at that time.
Wilson was examined by neck specialist Robert Watkins on...
The New York Giants finally get their running game going against the Chicago Bears with Brandon Jacobs, and they head into this week with the possibility of having to start rookie Michael Cox at halfback.
Jacobs tweaked his left hamstring late in the 27-21 loss to the Bears last Thursday night, and his status for the Minnesota Vikings game next Monday night is uncertain.
Giants coach Tom Coughlin isn’t considering benching erratic quarterback Eli Manning Monday night against the Vikings, despite a league-high 15 interceptions and a 0-6 record.
The journey continues for running back Peyton Hillis. The Giants will be Hillis' fourth team in the last three seasons. SOURCE: Mike Garafolo, Fox Sports 1Fantasy Spin:The G-Men are looking for as much depth as they can get at running back with David Wilson (neck injury) out for the foreseeable future. Hillis hasn't been the same player since making the cover of Madden in...
Welcome to TheFantasyFix.com’s week seven fantasy football waiver wire. Injuries are still decimating teams and matchups are becoming easier for us to recognize and exploit. This week the Oakland Raiders and New Orleans Saints are on a bye, meaning those of you with shares of Drew Brees or Denarius Moore could be cruising the wire for some bye week magic. We’ll be looking at...
Week 7 in the NFL is here, and you might be entering the weekend with your own preferences regarding which games to focus on, and which to place on the backburner. Most of you have your favorites and fantasy players to track. But in case you're completely neutral or need help breaking ties with regard to what to watch, we've ranked all 15 games from most appealing to least...
QB Rankings – Week 7
published on October 16th
1. Peyton Manning (DEN)
2. Tony Romo (DAL)
3. Aaron Rodgers (GB)
4. Philip Rivers (SD)
5. Nick Foles (PHI)
6. Cam Newton (CAR)
7. Jay Cutler (CHI)
8. Andrew Luck (IND)
9. Tom Brady (NE)
10. Robert Griffin III (WAS)
11. Matthew Stafford (DET)
12. Eli Manning (NYG)
13. Matt Ryan (ATL)
14. Colin Kaepernick ...