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New York Giants
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New York Giants @ San Francisco 49ersIn what should be the game of the week the New York Giants travel to San Francisco to take on the 49ers. Two of the top teams in the NFC the Giants and the Niners played in the NFC championship game last year.New York Giants (3-2): Eli Manning has looked great after a stellar 2011 postseason as has picked up right where he left off. Eli has become a must start every week.Ahmad Bradshaw busted out last week and rushed for a career high 200-yards. But the match up this week is brutal as the Niners are always tough against the run.Hakeem Nicks has practiced all week but is listed as questionable after missing the last two weeks with knee and ankle problems.Victor Cruz has been dominant this season and had three touchdowns last week. Cruz has been targeted heavily and has the trust of Eli Manning.Dominic Hixon has become a popular waiver-wire add and if Nicks ends up being a no-go then Hixon could make for a decent start this week.Martellus Bennett h...
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According to Ebenezer Samuel of the New York Daily News, San Francisco 49ers cornerback Carlos Rogers has told him that he “definitely” won’t do Victor Cruz’s salsa dance if he has the opportunity to.Earlier in the week Rogers was flirting with the idea of doing Cruz’s dance and Cruz has already made it clear that it’s not something he’s very fond of.Rogers says he...
The San Francisco 49ers and New York Giants square off once again this Sunday at Candlestick Park. And while most 49ers fans have their take on what to expect, there is always an element of the unknown when it comes to these high profile games. We know the Giants are playing well right now, we know that they are coming off a dominating win versus the Cleveland Browns, we know that...
SAN FRANCISCO -- The New York Giants had to work overtime to beat the San Francisco 49ers 20-17 in the NFC Championship Game last season. In the rematch Sunday at Candlestick Park, the defending Super Bowl champion Giants took care of business early, handing the 49ers a convincing 26-3 defeat in a battle of NFC heavyweights. The Giants intercepted 49ers quarterback Alex Smith...
According to Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPN.com, Giants receiver Hakeem Nicks is traveling with the team to San Francisco.Fantasy Spin:Nicks is still a game-time decision for late Sunday afternoon's game against the 49ers but at least this leaves open the chance that he'll be available. Go ahead and start Nicks, especially if you have one of New York's other receivers on your...
Wide receiver Hakeem Nicks has been activated for the Giants against the 49ers in a rematch of last season's NFC championship game.
New York listed Nicks as questionable in its injury report this week with soreness in the right foot he broke in the offseason and with swelling in his left knee. He returned to practice Thursday for the first time in two weeks and hasn't played...
The San Francisco 49ers enter this weekend’s rematch of last
season’s NFC Championship Game against the New York Giants healthy. The team
had three players listed on their injury report, but all are expected to play.
Alex Smith sprained a finger on his throwing hand last
weekend against the Buffalo Bills, but it didn’t hamper him this week during
WELL THAT'S A RELIEF
49ers cornerback Carlos Rogers has backed off his threat that he would steal Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz's patented salsa dance when the teams meet on Sunday.
San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh says the comments Giants
offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride made about All-Pro defensive
end Justin Smith are ''outrageous'' and ''incendiary.''
San Francisco 49ers cornerback Carlos Rogers told the New York Daily News that he will stop mimicking the salsa dance of Giants receiver Victor Cruz, according to a Daily News report. Cruz began performing his salsa touchdown celebration as a tribute to his late grandmother, Lucy Molina, who died recently. Molina had taught Cruz the dance when he was a child. Cruz performs the...
Alex Smith, Carlos Rogers and Kyle Williams acknowledge what some of their other San Francisco teammates might not: Sunday’s rematch with the New York Giants absolutely means a little more to the 49ers.
Peyton Manning or Ryan Leaf?
It was the big question going into the 1998 draft and one that was quickly answered that fall.
Indianapolis made the right choice and Bobby Beathard and the San Diego Chargers were stuck with a colossal mistake.
Nearly 15 years later, Manning is still crossing paths with the Chargers. On Monday night, he'll bring his Denver Broncos (2-3) to Qualcomm...