Found November 28, 2012 on
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It was once said about Bill Parcells that he wasn’t happy unless something was wrong. He needed to fix something or he was miserable.
The same thing could be said about the New York Giants, every time they seem to get rolling, they stumble only to fix themselves for the better.
Last year’s team that eventually won the Super Bowl had to scratch and claw to make the playoffs, let alone go on the road and beat Green Bay and San Francisco in back to back weeks just to make the Super Bowl.
Adversity seems to be a good friend to the Giants and dropping two straight games before the bye gave them the strife they needed to stoke their fires. However, in 2012, the Giants are 7-4 and in first place in the NFC East.
Victor Cruz feels that the Giants haven’t lost that hunger regardless of what their record or division position says. Cruz spoke to Mike Francesa on WFAN in New York about how the Giants are still a hungry team and that they haven’t changed a bit.
“I feel great about this...
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The New York Giants signed both RB Kregg Lumpkin and RB Ryan Torain on Tuesday, according to Mike Garafolo and Jason La Canfora respectively.
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Seeking to add roster depth amid concerns about running back Ahmad Bradshaw's health, the New York Giants auditioned a number of veteran running backs for a vacant roster spot, according to multiple reports. The defending Super Bowl champions took a look at former Steelers running back Mewelde Moore, Redskins running back Ryan Torain and former Colts running back Joseph Addai...
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The New York Giants had a ton of trouble with Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III when they faced him over a month ago, and they will have to step up to the challenge again on Monday night. It doesn’t sound like Justin Tuck is looking forward to it very much.
“Until I exit stage right, it seems like (Griffin is) going to be a fixture in my dreams and nightmares...
The Miami Dolphins signed former Giants cornerback Michael Coe. Coe spent the previous three seasons with the New York Giants where he played in 21 games with one start. He was originally selected by the Indianapolis Colts in the fifth round of the NFL draft. Coe played two seasons at Arkansas before transferring to Alabama State to play for his father, Charles.