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Well, there is nothing like a 49-24 ass-whooping to send many into full meltdown mode. But after the Giants(6-5) were thoroughly embarrassed on national TV against the Saints(8-3) in a blowout of epic proportions, many fans will be at the end of their rope after this humiliating loss.
The Giants now have a short week to get prepared for the undefeated Green Bay Packers. The hits just keep on coming don’t they?
In this edition of the good, the bad and the ugly, we’ll skip the bad cause anything that went bad for the Giants was atrociously ugly.
The play of Eli Manning and Victor Cruz
Manning and Cruz were seemingly the only two who got off the bus on Monday night. Both Manning and Cruz posted spectacular numbers, but they rang hollow as the rest of the team sat and watched as spectators.
The Ugly…Where do you start?
Absolutely no pass rush and no hustle on defense
There was absolutely no sense of urgency or passion in the Giants defense last night (outside of save, maybe Ja...
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- Victor Cruz caught a bomb from Manning and too it all the way for a 72-yard touchdown pass on the first play of the fourth quarter. Cruz was left wide open, and Manning was able to spot him before the defense could catch up. The New Jersey native has easily been the Giants’ best offensive player outside of Manning all year long, and has been a bright spot in...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- A three-game losing streak has the New York Giants' one game back in the NFC East and currently out of the playoff picture.Their most recent loss was a 49-24 stomping by the New Orleans Saints' second-ranked scoring offense on Monday Night Football earlier this week.Now the Giants have to prepare on a short week for the No. 1 scoring offense in Aaron Rodgers...
NEW ORLEANS – Eli Manning didn’t have much to smile about after his New York Giants fell to his hometown New Orleans Saints 49-24 Monday night.
As we feared, the Giants were unable to contain the Saints high powered offense. The Saints had too much talent, and the Giants had too many injuries. Eli Manning had a good game, but the absence of a running attack hurts his effectiveness. Mario Manningham’s injury also likely hurt the potential offensive output, and it looks as if he underthrew Jake Ballard in the end zone, which...
Big Blue plagued by full swoon feverAPEli Manning fumbles as he is hit by New Orleans Saints defensive end Will Smith in the Giants' 49-24 loss yesterday.By Steve Serby - NY Post 11/29/11
The Giants couldn't keep up with the Saints as they fell 49-24 on Monday Night Football at the Superdome. New York dropped their third straight game while New Orleans won their third straight, and you could clearly tell these were two teams going in opposite directions.
Quarterback Eli Manning could not get the job done for New York, but took care of business for...
The Giants (6-4) play tonight in New Orleans (7-3) against the Saints and their high flying offense. Coming off a bye week the Saints will look to run through and throw over and around the Giants defense. The Giants on the other hand see a team that allows 5.2 yards per rush attempt, a stat that in the last two years would have sealed the Saints fate this evening. The Giants...
The Giants and the Saints will meet on MNF tomorrow in a game both teams need to upgrade their postseason chances.
The Saints (7-3) are 7 1/2 point favorites. The over/under is 51.
The Giants lead the series, 14-11. The two teams have never met in the playoffs. NYG Head Coach Tom Coughlin is 2-3 against the Saints in his career (0-2 with the Giants). NO Head Coach Sean Payton is...