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Giants' D Seals Victory
The Giants rescued a victory from the jaws of defeat on Sunday. Defensively, they overcame two big plays by the Buffalo offense and got a perfectly-timed interception from Corey Webster with four minutes remaining to spark the win. Offensively, Ahmad Bradshaw scored three times and the running game showed signs of life. More importantly, Eli Manning played turnover-free football in the 27-24 win at MetLife Stadium.
The game started in typical Giants fashion—a predictable one-yard run and a 10-yard penalty on the home team. At some point it would be nice for Tom Coughlin’s crew to play a game without committing these types of infractions. After the teams exchanged punts, Eli Manning (21-32 for 292 yards) ripped off big chunks of yardage through the air: 17 yards to Bradshaw, 16 yards to Mario Manningham, and 24 yards to Jake Ballard. The pass
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http://www.nj.com/giants/index.ssf/2011/10/giants_corey_webster_notches_t.htmlGiants cornerback Corey Webster lets out a yell after he intercepts a pass during the third quarter against the Buffalo Bills at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford. It was his first of two interceptions in the Giants' 27-24 win.By Zach Berman - Star Ledger 10/17/11
Ahmad Bradshaw already had scored a career-high three touchdowns and the running game already was putting up its best effort in about a month when the Giants came to the line to face second-and-7 against the Bills late in the fourth quarter Sunday.
http://www.nj.com/giants/index.ssf/2011/10/eli_manning_nfls_no_3-rated_pa.htmlAw shucks, Eli Manning has the NFL's No. 3 QB rating at 101.1.By Star Ledger Staff - 10/18/11
Finally, Aaron Rogers was supplanted by something greater, however brief. Eli Manning’s week 6 performance that lifted the NY Giants over the Buffalo Bills last week tops Football Outsiders’ list of QB MVP’s.Check it out<div
... [visit site to read more]Eli Manning Ranks #1 As Week 6 Quarterback MVP - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - A NY Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw named NFC Offensive Player of the Week for Week Six. Bradshaw ran for 104 yards and a career-high three touchdowns in the Giants' 27-24 win over the Bills Sunday. This is the second time in his career that he has been named Offensive Player of the Week. Source: ProFootball Weekly Attached Thumbnails
While the Giants figure how to use Prince Amukamara when he returns, they have already decided how they will use another of their cornerbacks: Corey Webster.
http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/2011/10/17/2011-10-17_eli_wings_it_at_buffalo_and_survives.htmlRon Antonelli/NewsGiants QB Eli Manning chucks it quite a bit Sunday, going 21 of 32 for 292 yards.By Ebenezer Samuel - NY Dailynews 10/17/11
http://www.nj.com/giants/index.ssf/2011/10/giants-bills_game_review_a_loo.htmlGiants safeties coach David Merritt said cornerback Corey Webster's two-interception game against the Bills deserves a game ball. We agree.By Mike Garafolo - Star Ledger 10/17/11
For a change, the Giants didn't have to rely solely on Eli Manning's arm. They are heading into the bye week with hope, now that they've found a running game.
For a change, the New York Giants didn't have to rely solely on Eli Manning's arm. They are heading into the bye week with hope, now that they've found a running game.
Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw, Eagles safety Kurt Coleman and Bears return man Devin Hester are the NFC players of the week. Bradshaw ran for 104 yards and scored all three of the team’s touchdowns in the Giants’ 27-24 victory over the Bills. Bradshaw had a one-yard rushing touchdown in each of the first three…
Rebuilt O-line coming togetherCLEARING THE WAY: The Giants’ new-look offensive line, including Kevin Boothe (77), David Baas (64) and David Diehl (66), is coming off its best game protecting Eli Manning and opening holes for Ahmad Bradshaw.By Paul Schwartz - NY Post 10/18/11
The Bills have been terrific at capitalizing on mistakes but on Sunday against the Giants, the Bills made too many mistakes. Ryan Fitzpatrick had two passes intercepted by Corey Webster, the second one proving to be a pivotal play in the Giants 27-24 victory. With the game tied at 24, the Bills were driving for a potential go-ahead score when Webster picked off Fitzpatricks underthrown...