Found November 22, 2011 on In Reese We Trust: was bleak for the Giants coming off a 17-10 lost to the Eagles, but the G-Men believe they still have the capability and opportunity to celebrate in the future. Six games remain for the Giants, beginning Monday night in New Orleans.By Michael Eisen - 11/22/11

Boley doesn't care about Coughlin's criticism

Michael Boley heard his coach’s criticism. And then, he quickly dismissed it. On Sunday, Boley listened as Coughlin said the run game was “pathetic” and the Giants were “manhandled.” And on Monday, the normally quiet linebacker said that the postgame tirade was pointless, hinting that ...

QB Eli Manning Interview speaks to the media via conference call Wednesday and says how special it is him for him to play in New Orleans.By 11/23/11

Reviewing The Road Ahead: The Remaining 5 Opponents

The New York Giants now have 6 games remaining with 5 different opponents, since the play the Cowboys twice down the stretch.  Here is a weekly look at where those teams stand in their division, in their conference and how they are currently … [visit site to read more]Reviewing The Road Ahead: The Remaining 5 Opponents - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - A NY Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Prince picks perfect spot

At long last, Prince Amukamara made his NFL debut. The rookie cornerback, the Giants’ first-round pick, did not play in the first nine games recovering from a broken foot, but he was active last night for the first time. And he quickly made a play that excited the Giants. The...

Coughlin finds running game offensive

The Giants' offensive line was manhandled throughout Sunday night's game against the Eagles. Afterward, the abuse kept coming. This time it was from an unlikely source, though: the head coach.

Tom Coughlin: Offensive line was outplayed, run game was pathetic

Tom Coughlin was red in the face over the Giants’ 17-10 loss to the Eagles on Sunday night, and he heaped particular scorn on his offensive line and running backs. “We had 29 yards rushing, which is about as pathetic as you can get,” Coughlin said, via the New York Daily News. “Our offensive line…

Coughlin criticizes sloppy Giants after loss

Tom Coughlin didn't mince words.

5 Potential New York Giants Playoff Opponents and How They Match Up Bello/Getty ImagesBy Jeff Shull - Bleacher Report 11/23/11

Giants Exposed By Nothing-to-Lose Eagles

The Giants’ loos to the battered, reeling Eagles at home on national TV last night showed the country that the Giants are not really contenders. They are early-season phenoms who are on the verge of collapsing AGAIN late in the season. The reasons this time will be quite different, though. The injuries to the defense are starting to wear on them, forcing them to play rookies. Eagles’...

Brandon Jacobs to Giants fans: Booing makes it harder for us

Giants running back Brandon Jacobs wants fans to know that he doesn’t appreciate it when they boo the home team. Jacobs groused about the fans booing after Sunday night’s loss to the Eagles, and he reiterated in an interview on WFAN that he’s fed up with Giants fans. “I don’t take nothing back what I…

The Eagles Do It to the Giants Again

Whenever Tom Coughlin does end his run as coach of the New York Giants, there's a decent chance that he'll write a book. When he does write that book, one of the most interesting chapters is going to be the one that discusses why his Giants teams have such an alarming propensity to play flat, uninspired football in games that they absolutely have to win. One of the games...

Paul Domowitch's Eagles-Giants Report Card

Here are Daily News columnist Paul Domowitch's grades for the Eagles' 17-10 win over the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium.

Giants tackle Beatty to undergo eye surgery

New York Giants left tackle Will Beatty is scheduled to have surgery on Thanksgiving to repair a detached retina in his right eye.
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