Found November 05, 2012 on
Robert Griffin III
New York Giants
Several teams in the NFC East had the opportunity to record signature wins – and one still does heading into the Monday Night game – but at the end of the day on Sunday, all that those teams had to show for their efforts was major disappointment.With the Philadelphia Eagles (3-5) in desperate need of a win against New Orleans tonight, here is what happened with the other three teams in the division on Sunday:Giants shut downThe New York Giants had a chance to improve to 7-2, take absolute control of the division, prove they are ready to defend their Super Bowl title by beating the Pittsburgh Steelers and also win for New York and New Jersey fans who suffered through Hurricane Sandy.The Giants took a 20-10 lead into the fourth quarter, but unlike New York’s Week 2 final-quarter explosion against Tampa Bay, it was the Steelers who had one of their best quarters of the season, scoring twice to walk away with a 24-20 victory.New York jumped out to a lead thanks to terrible officiating i...
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If there’s one thing you set your clock to every NFL season, it’s the Steelers being at the forefront of some type of controversy with the league. Usually it’s the defense and one of the more common names that comes to mind is safety Ryan Clark. It’s not that Clark goes looking for trouble (at least not all the time) but it seems to find him. This past weekend he stirred...
The Pittsburgh Steelers are down 14-10 at halftime to the New York Giants and the Bill Leavy led officiating crew at MetLife Stadium.
The Giants have been beneficiaries of several bad calls against the Steelers and it started with a bad pass interference call against cornerback Keenan Lewis. Later on in the drive, safety Ryan Clark was flagged for a personal foul call after hitting...
Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin met the media for his post game press conference following the 24-20 win Sunday over the New York Giants.
Tomlin talked about the adversity that the team faced today and also about the penalties and injuries suffered in the game as well. Tomlin also answered questions regarding the fake field goal that called that failed.
Below is the audio...
The Pittsburgh Steelers beat the New York Giants 24-20 Sunday at MetLife Stadium and below are my first half notes from the game with the second half notes to follow soon.
Keenan Lewis got his night off to a good start by knocking away a deep pass intended for Hakeem Nicks on the first play of the game for the Giants. Lewis had given up inside position on the route, but made it...
Superstorm Sandy caused a lot of damage in New York and New Jersey last week, leaving many residents without power and causing the cancellation of the New York City Marathon.That, however, would not stop 80,000+ fans from packing MetLife Stadium on Sunday to cheer on their beloved Giants.There is no shortage of spirit in New York City, often using a sporting event to uplift their...
Below are the week 9 official gamebook offensive and defensive snap counts from the Pittsburgh Steelers 24-20 win over the New York Giants Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
The Steelers starting five linemen made the whole game for yet another game, so you have to be excited about that.
Cornerback Curtis Brown saw no defensive snaps in the game as the Steelers failed to use the dime...
Pittsburgh halfback Isaac Redman had his best game of the season Sunday against the Giants.Fantasy Spin:With Rashard Mendenhall and Jonathan Dwyer both on the sidelines with injuries, Redman was able to explode for 147 yards on 26 carries. His go-ahead touchdown with four minutes remaining gave the Steelers their fifth win of the season.
I know most Giants fans are dealing with bigger issues than football right now, but there is still a good BC story going on at the Meadowlands today. Mark Herzlich will start for the first time this season and the third time of his career. Herzlich has been limited to mostly special teams this year, so this is a chance for him to breakout and earn more playing time. Let's hope...
Below is the inactive list for the Pittsburgh Steelers week 9 game at MetLife Stadium against the New York Giants. The 7 inactive players are announced 90 minutes before kickoff.
S Troy Polamalu
T Marcus Gilbert
LB Stevenson Sylvester
RB Rashard Mendenhall
RB Jonathan Dwyer
QB Charlie Batch
NT Alameda Ta'amu
LB Chase Blackburn
LB Jacquian Williams...
The Pittsburgh Steelers look to get their fifth win of the season when they take on the New York Giants Sunday afternoon at MetLife Stadium. Below are 7 things to watch for specifically in this game along with my prediction at the end of it. In case you missed it, here is the Wednesday podcast preview of the game that features a great interview with Giants beat writer Ohm Youngmisuk...
Ryan Clark was flagged for a hit on a defenseless receiver during the Pittsburgh Steelers win over the New York Giants on Sunday after officials ruled he made helmet-to-helmet contact with Victor Cruz. Replays showed that Clark did not make contact with Cruz’s head and that it was a clean hit to the midsection, and the Giants later announced that Cruz suffered bruised ribs on the...
Once again, the Pittsburgh Steelers' Brett Keisel carried the torch for former Brigham Young Cougars in the NFL this weekend. Dennis Pitta had a few good plays as the Baltimore Ravens were back in action. Next weekend is a former Cougars face-off weekend. Four of the six former Cougars will play in two games as their teams go head-to-head: Ravens-Raiders, Steelers-Chiefs. Note...
In wake of Hurricane Sandy, the Pittsburgh Steelers beat the New York Giants, 24-20, in an inspiring game for both sides. Click for the game story.
Isaac Redman ran for 147 yards and the winning touchdown with 4:02 remaining Sunday as the Pittsburgh Steelers (5-3) rallied past the New York Giants, 24-20 to snap New York's four-game winning streak by overcoming some uncharacteristic sloppiness and dominating the second half.
Temporary relief from the destruction of Superstorm Sandy was what New York's fans sought, and...