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Sorry this is getting up late, as the game has been re-hashed by many others, but here goes:This one hurts alot. To come so close and come up short…Well, let’s take a look at the various components of the Giants’ effort last weekend. On offense, the G-Men did ok. Manning was able to hook up with his receivers and exploit the Packers pass defense. Other than the pick six that he threw, Manning had a good game. His receivers were open, and he hit them consistently. Travis Beckum showed up with a 67 yard TD reception and run that had me comtemplating the headline Bend It Like Beckum. Victor Cruz and Hakeen Nicks were open all day, and the patch work line kept Eli upright. The refs blew the TD call with Ballard, and the running game got untracked. Bradshaw’s return was a huge benefit.Defensively, the Giants rushing defense showed up, but the pass D took a breather. Chase Blackburn’s INT pretty much cancelled out Eli’s INT, but the defense should be able to find a way to stop their oppon...
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http://www.nj.com/giants/index.ssf/2011/12/giants_justin_tuck_struggling.htmlJohn O'Boyle / The Star-LedgerGiants defensive end Justin Tuck says he didn't sleep much on Sunday night after the loss to the Packers because he was pondering the ups and downs of the team's play of late.By Mike Garafolo - Star Ledger 12/6/11
Rookie cornerback Prince Amukamara, who missed most of the season with a broken foot and who left the Giants' loss to the Packers Sunday night with a combination of fatigue, an ankle injury and a sore foot, is on the Giants' pre-practice injury report with an injured back.
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Giants guard Mitch Petrus, making his second NFL start, will have to face the Cowboys’ fearsome pass rushGETTY IMAGESROAD BLOCKER: Giants lineman Mitch Petrus, who made his first NFL start — at left guard — last week, will have to be on his game to hold off the fierce pass rush of DeMarcus Ware (above) and the Cowboys on Sunday night.By Paul Schwartz - NY Post 12/8/11
A fourth straight loss did little to dampen Antrel Rolleâs belief in the Giants. In fact, it may have made it stronger.
Through 12 games in 2011, he’s thrown for 3,705 yards and 23 touchdowns with a 96.0 quarterback rating. He’s completing 62 percent of his passes and has his team sitting at second place in the NFC East. He’s ranks eighth among active players in career passing touchdowns and beat the 2007 Patriots on a heroic comeback drive on the game’s biggest stage.
Pretty impressive resume...
Mark Antrel Rolles words the New York Giants will be in the playoffs. Its easier for the defensive back to say coming off his teams loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday because the Dallas Cowboys stumbled themselves. The Giants are just a game back of the Cowboys with four games to play and the NFC East rivals face each other twice, including this Sunday. As rocky and...
Antrel Rolle isn't shy about predicting the future. After seeing the Giants lose four straight, the safety told a local radio station that New York remains a lock for the postseason.
The New York Giants' action-packed 38-35 loss to the mighty Green Bay Packers last week had a familiar feel to it. Unfortunately, so does the four-game losing streak the team will carry into a crucial final quarter of this 2011 season.
DeMarcus Ware has a simple theory about Justin Tuck. To the Dallas Cowboys’ pass-rusher, Tuck is nothing more than a desperate wannabe.
The undefeated Green Bay Packers' last-second win over the New York Giants helped draw the highest television rating for a regular-season NFL game since 2007.
Ted Berg speaks with Josh Zerkle of Bleacher Report to discuss the Cowboys’ scouting report as they prepare to face the Giants on Sunday.