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According to Ebenezer Samuel of the New York Daily News, Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora will likely not be ready to return to the field this week against the Jets. Umenyiora has missed the past three weeks with a severe ankle sprain. His ankle still remains very sore and it’s affected the way he’s been [...]
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Giants safety Antrel Rolle is becoming a cancer, a malignant growth for New York. He just does not know when to keep his mouth shut.
After the week 15 loss against the Washington Redskins Rolle was at it again. Antrel seems to suffer from a condition known as "Diarrhea of the Mouth". It's a non medical condition which afflicts many but it is commonly found in athletes...
As collectively embarrassed as the Giants appeared over their no-show performance against Washington, their Christmas Eve matchup with the Jets is making them quickly forget that debacle.
They have no choice, according to quarterback Eli Manning.
''You have to deal with this like other losses,'' he said Monday after watching Hakeem Nicks drop a sure early touchdown...
I donât know if Justin Tuck has a T-shirt that says âIâm playing today,â but is he does he should wear it today.
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First place is a distant memory.
Prince Amukamara was a disaster yesterday.
The Giants’ rookie cornerback suffered through an abysmal game, committing two huge misplays that led to Redskins touchdowns in the Giants’ miserable 23-10 loss at MetLife Stadium.
Amukamara was told at halftime that the Giants “were going with a different package,” and he appeared...
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Some Redskins players found extra satisfaction in Sunday's 23-10 victory over the New York Giants because of what Giants safety Antrel Rolle said after Washington beat them in Week 1. "We know the Redskins are not a better team than us," Rolle said. "If we played ...
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/988965-nfl-playoff-picture-jets-vs-giants-to-decide-fate-of-new-york-playoff-footballJim McIssac/Getty Images By Wes O'Donnell - Bleacher Report 12/20/11
Rookie running back Roy Helu’s franchise-best streak of three straight games with at least 100 rushing yards came to an end Sunday against the New York Giants. Coach Mike Shanahan believes a couple of undisclosed injuries to Helu were to blame.
“I didn’t realize until looking at the film that he played hurt and didn’t play as good as he normally plays, looking at that film...
A big effort against the divisional rival New York Giants has the Redskins feeling good as they prepare for the Vikings.
Loss puts Giants in difficult position in playoff chase