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The New York Giants and Baltimore Ravens will play against each other on Sunday. Coverage of the game will air on FOX from M&T Stadium in Baltimore, MD, with kickoff to occur at 4:25 pm EST.
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Both of these teams had commanding division leads and seemed well on their way to the playoffs. Baltimore will make the playoffs but, after losing their last three games, can not feel good about the way they have played of late. Before last weekends game they fired offensive coordinator Cam Cameron and replaced him with former Indianapolis Colts coach Jim Caldwell.
The Giants find themselves tied atop the NFC East but tie breakers have them as the odd team out should they tie with Washington and Dallas when all of the games are completed. The Giants are 2-4 in their last six games.
What is the points spread in the Giants and Ravens game? The Giants are 2.5 poin...
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Are you asking yourself what happened to Eli Manning and the New York Giants over the last two weeks? Another embarrassing loss for the Giants have now taken them out of the running for the NFC East as the winner of the Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins will determine the winner next Sunday. While the Giants may be out of the NFC East race they still have a chance at making...
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Despite being advised by Justin Tuck to stop celebrating with backflips, David Wilson went with his usual antics against the Ravens.
Are the Giants are trying to miss the playoffs?
Here are my Power Rankings and a quick note about each team.
1) San Francisco - Don't panic, Seattle doesn't lose at home.
2) Texans - They are solid on both sides of the ball.
3) Patriots - Suspect defense keep them from the top spot.
4) Denver - On the rise, are they a Super Bowl sleeper?
5) Falcons - They need...
Osi Umenyiora's contract with the Giants expires after this season, and he said he blames himself if he does not finish his career in New York.
On Friday we posted that Baltimore Ravens safety Bernard Pollard spoke up about finding solutions to the team’s recent woes.
The return of their emotional backbone Ray Lewis may be step one towards a complete recovery.
Team sources that are claiming that Lewis will more than likely face the New York Giants in a pivotal game for both teams.
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Former New York Giants linebacker Antonio Pierce told ESPN Radio in New York that he believes Giants defensive end Justin Tuck isn’t the player that he once was.
“I played with Justin Tuck and have a tremendous respect for him. But he has not been the same player emotionally, mentally or his play in the last three years. It’s just the facts,” Pierce said, per ESPNNewYork...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis isn’t expected back before the playoffs. There’s a chance he’ll be able to play in the postseason, but nothing is certain at this point.
#Ravens LB Ray Lewis is NOT expected to return from his triceps tear for the regular season, I’m told. Back for the playoff still possible
— Ian Rapoport...
Public opinion backs the Giants on the road this week but the selection is misguided. After losing to the Broncos last week Baltimore has now lost consecutive home contests after winning 16 in a row on their home turf; but have traditionally played their best ball at home and appear ready to bounce back after a beating at the hands of the Broncos for their 9th straight victory. Jim...
The New York Giants could still be a playoff team even after a 33-14 setback to the Baltimore Ravens.
It's a complex (and unlikely) scenario, but one thing was settled at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday. The only resemblance this Giants team has to last season's championship squad or the one in 2007 that also won a Super Bowl is the "NY" on the side of their helmets...
Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports that Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is unlikely to return for either of the team’s two remaining regular season games, but adds that he could return at some point during the postseason.
Lewis has been absent since tearing his triceps in back in Week 6 against the Cowboys. Since then, the Ravens have gone 4-4 with a current three-game losing streak...
Have yourself a day, Joe Flacco.
Flacco has 202 yards and three touchdowns (one rushing) in the first half of the game. All that adds up to a 24-7 Ravens lead at halftime.
Baltimore has 289 yards of offense.
The defense has sacked Eli Manning twice and has been aggressive all day.
Baltimore receives the ball to start the second half.
Eli Manning might want to change his nickname from "Easy" to "Woozy" after the consecutive beatdowns the New York Giants quarterback has gone through over the past two weeks.
Last Sunday's 34-0 blowout by the Atlanta Falcons was compounded by yesterday's ugly 33-14 loss to the Baltimore Ravens which left the Giants signal caller looking for more than...
For the Giants: WR Ramses Barden, TE Travis Beckum, DE Adewale Ojomo, SS Kenny Phillips, TE Adrien Robinson, DB Tyler Sash, DE Justin Tuck
For the Ravens: WR Tandon Doss, DT Bryan Hall, G Ramon Harewood, OLB Albert McClellan, SS Bernard Pollard, WR Deonte Thompson and G Bobbie Williams