Found December 22, 2012 on
The Victory Formation:
Osi Umenyiora wants to keep his career as a member of the New York Giants going for as long as possible, and if the Giants don’t win these final two games, it is likely be the last two of his career. His contract comes to an end following the conclusion of the 2012 season, and [...]
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New York Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora told USA Today Sports that he regrets the way he handled his contract situation by holding out and causing some friction with the Giants over the past few years.
“Yes, a lot of regrets. I completely went about it the wrong way,” said Umenyiora. “Honestly, if I would’ve handled it differently, it wouldn’t even be a question about...
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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.
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...
While New York Giants defensive lineman Justin Tuck and
running back Ahmad Bradshaw missed another day of practice Thursday, wide
receiver Hakeem Nicks was able to return after being sidelined on Wednesday,
reports Kieran Darcy of ESPN New York.
Giants defensive captain Justin Tuck sat out practice
for the second straight day Thursday.
Tuck is dealing with a shoulder injury...
Ahmad Bradshaw took part in practice on a limited basis Friday, and New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin said he was encouraged about having the running back for Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Bradshaw, the team's leading rusher, sat out last week's 34-0 loss at Atlanta after spraining his left knee a week earlier in a win over New Orleans.
The New York Giants are coming off one of their worst losses in recent memory — a humiliating 34-0 beatdown by the Atlanta Falcons — and have fallen into a three-way tie looking up at the Cowboys and Redskins for first place in the NFC East.
Nevertheless, the team still insists it is at its best when their backs against the wall. At least that's what they publicly say...
Last week: 13 (+0)
Net points per drive: 0.42 (8th)
DVOA: 13.3% (7th)
Weighted DVOA: 10.5% (8th)
I went back and forth on Chicago/NY Giants for the final playoff spot. The Giants control their own destiny, but the Bears have very winnable games against Arizona and the team who lost to Arizona (Detroit) to finish their season, while the Giants have to go to Baltimore....
I love me some Black Ops Juan…
Like most NFL players, I’m sure Ahmad gets into a little Madden online or a little Black Ops II. I’m digging both right now, especially Black Ops II. Bradshaw really wants to play this Sunday, but we might see a whole lot of David Wilson this weekend.
Bradshaw Outside JCPenney
Knowshon Reps Young And Reckless
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw and Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith were both listed as questionable after taking part in limited practice Friday in advance of Sunday's game. Bradshaw has knee and foot injuries that kept him out of last week's loss at the Atlanta Falcons. Smith suffered a concussion during the Ravens' loss to the Denver Broncos...
Alex Raskin of CBS Sports.com is a respected analyst who is unbiased toward New York sports teams. Still, I didn't expect Raskin to get on the Ravens bus for this one. This game to me is a pick'em. Both teams match up evenly across the board. Even their injury counts are eerily similar. I would even argue that the Giants have more motivation and need to win than the Ravens...
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...
The New York Giants (8-6) will play the Baltimore Ravens (9-5) this coming Sunday evening at MT&T Bank Stadium from Baltimore, MD.
Game starts at 4:25 pm on Fox (TV) and WFAN (Radio).
Giants favorites over Ravens.
Spread is -2.5 points.
My pick is the Giants.
The world has not ended as the Mayan calender turned out to be wrong obviously...