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RON ANTONELLI/NEW YORK DAILY NEWSGiants defensive end Osi Umenyiora and company are ready to get after the postseason quarterbacks.By Ralph Vacchiano - NY Dailynews 1/8/12
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Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul has guaranteed his team will beat the Packers in the playoffs, saying they're the better team.
Justin Tuck may not be completely healthy after all. The New York Giants defensive end sat out practice on Friday while his teammates worked out.
Tom Coughlin said Tuck was just sore and it isn't a concern. The Giants head coach said Tuck was listed as "probable" for Sunday's NFC wild card game against the Atlanta Falcons.
It was the first time Tuck sat out...
Justin Tuck was in violation of the Rolle Doctrine Friday.
New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck was held out of practice on Friday because a shoulder injury he aggravated against the Cowboys last Sunday. Giants head coach Tom Coughlin said he’s just sore and there’s nothing to be concerned about.
Tuck’s been officially listed as probable for Sunday’s game against the Falcons.
Giants tight end Jake Ballard will play this...
According to Paul Schwartz of the New York Post, defensive end Osi Umenyiora believes that this will likely be his last season with the Giants and he’s hoping to go out with a bang.
“Hopefully we’ll be able to go on a run here and things will be like it was back in 2007,’’ said Umenyiora.
Since Umenyiora won’t be a free agent until 2013, I guess he figures that he...
Justin Tuck summed up the thoughts of a lot of observers when he spoke to the media on Thursday afternoon.
"We can definitely make a lot of noise in this run," Tuck said. "We’re only going to go as far as our quarterback and our defensive line take us."
There's been a groundswell of belief that wins over the Jets and Cowboys have positioned the Giants for...
Osi Umenyiora set for last stand with Giants as they brace for FalconsBy Paul Schwartz - NY Post 1/6/12
My, my, aren't the Giants feeling good about themselves now that they've staved off an early offseason with a dramatic late-season surge and their first home playoff victory in more than a decade. Just a few minutes after his team pummeled the Falcons, 24-2, yesterday, defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul stood in the middle of the locker room, jumped ahead to next week's...
The Giants may have barely eeked into the playoffs, but with the way they mudstomped Atlanta on Sunday, their divisional round matchup against Green Bay has suddenly taken a turn towards intriguing.
A lot of people believe the Giants can beat the 15-1 top-seeded Packers. Count Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul among them.
"We're going to win. One hundred percent we...
Flattening of Falcons Earns Giants Trip to Green Bay
The Giants defense allowed no points vs a very potent Atlanta Falcons’ offense yesterday – a very good sign for the Giants and their fans. When the Giants’ defensive front is cooking, opponents better get ready to eat - turf, that is.
They had only two sacks yesterday, but they controlled the line of scrimmage and forced...
The Giants practiced yesterday for the final time in preparation for their meeting with the Atlanta Falcons in NFL Wild Card Playoffs tomorrow at MetLife.
LB Mark Herzlich (ankle) has been ruled out of tomorrow’s game. DE Justin Tuck (shoulder) was the only other Giant who did not practice.
“He was just sore,” Tom Coughlin told the media. Tuck is expected to play tomorrow as...
Was this the last time Giants fans will cheer for Brandon Jacobs and Osi Umenyiora in person?