Found September 28, 2012 on
TweetWeek 4 has the (2-1) New York Giants facing the (2-1) Philadelphia Eagles in a tough NFC East battle on Sunday Night football.
This is not a gimme game for the Giants despite the Eagles woes in their last game. In my opinion Philly has been an over hyped team with big names and no substance but they do come up big when they play the Giants. The Eagles could very easily be 0-3 instead they find themselves 2-1 despite playing horrible mistake filled football 3 straight weeks.
The bigger problem isn't even Philadelphia but the New York Giants who tend to play down to their competition, last week was one of the few times where they got a lead, built on it and finished without any drama. But lets not forget in 2010 the GMEN destroyed the Seattle Seahawks 41-7 but that was the only easy game they had. For the most part they made every game close for the rest of 2010 and 2011 and lost some very winnable games.
I believe the Giants are the better team, they have the better QB and o...
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For the sake of argument, let us figure that Vegas knows the NFL better than we do. If Vegas is setting a high number on the over/under for the game, that matchup tends to be higher scoring both in the real world and fantasy football world. This article will highlight the 5 highest over/unders on the week 4 ticket, and which fantasy players for both teams could end up having...
New York Giants safety Antrel Rolle was held out of practice today with soreness in his knee. He indicated today that he’s not sure if he’ll play in Sunday night’s game against the Eagles.
“Right now I can’t say its a for-sure thing,” Rolle said, per Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News.
If Rolle can’t go on Sunday, I believe Stevie Brown will start in his place...
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Giants tight end Martellus Bennett recently said he believes there is no comparison between his team's quarterback, Eli Manning, and Cowboys signal-caller Tony Romo.
On Sunday the Philadelphia Eagles will honor safety Brian Dawkins during a halftime ceremony. The ritual will take place as the Eagles take on their division rivals the New York Giants.
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New York Giants (2-1) at Philadelphia Eagles (2-1)
Wow, the public has really soured on Philadelphia. A week ago they were heavily bet as road favorites and now one week later, the public is pounding the Giants in this one with the Eagles being just 1 point favorites at home. Dogs after losing as road favorites are 23-11 ATS since 2008. I know the Eagles aren’t technically dogs...
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Philadelphia Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg was peppered with questions this week about the run-pass ratio and whether or not they should run the ball more in the first half.
After looking at his answers, and then going through the numbers myself, there is a little discrepancy there.
First, here is what he was asked, followed by his answers...
If the Eagles can’t contain the Giants D line, it will be a long day for Michael Vick on Sunday.
Sunday night’s matchup with the New York Giants will be a huge game for the Philadelphia Eagles. There is huge difference between 3-1 and 2-2 in the NFL, and a loss in this game could really be a setback for the Eagles.
This game will undoubtedly be won in the trenches. And specifically...
The frustration continues for Hakeem Nicks owners. The star receiver missed last week after aggravating a foot injury but he appeared to be on track to play in week 4. There appears to be a complication that has caused the Giants to downgrade Nicks' status to doubtful that is not related to the foot to painful swelling in a knee.