Like many other players in the NFL, Giants safety Antrel Rolle believes Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III takes too many big hits.
“You know, to be honest with you, I think that guy takes too many brutal hits,” Rolle said. “He does take a lot of hits. That’s something RGIII has to look forward to in his career and he has to probably...
New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck made it clear today that he doesn’t plan on retiring when his contract runs out after this season.
“Oh I’m definitely not retiring, I definitely will continue to play,” Tuck said at a Manhattan Subway, where he made sandwiches for the chain’s customer appreciation month. “My body feels great...
New York Giants rookie DE Damontre Moore received more playing time in Sunday night's victory over the Redskins due to the absence of Jason Pierre-Paul. Moore played 17 defensive snaps against the Redskins and had a pair of pressures and a quarterback hit working against Redskins' Pro Bowl LT Trent Williams. Coach Tom Coughlin took notice of his performance and wants to see...
After falling behind by a pair of touchdowns early in Sunday night’s divisional clash in Washington, the New York Giants displayed the resiliency that they’ve so desperately needed all season and fought back with a strong defensive effort in the second half, outlasting their hosts 24-17 while managing to keep their playoff hopes alive for at least one more week in the process...
365 days ago Robert Griffin III was the most dangerous man on the NFL radar.
He’s almost an afterthought to a division rival that is struggling to make their way.
The New York Giants are a longshot to make the postseason, yet they have hope.
On Sunday they eliminated all hope from the Washington Redskins and their quarterback who is not having the year that he had hoped...
The Washington Redskins looked disjointed throughout the second half while blowing a 14-point lead in their 24-17 loss to the New York Giants on Sunday. The Redskins were penalized for a pair of unsportsmanlike conduct penalties and a delay of game in the second half that contributed to a 24-17 loss. The Giants said they could see the frustration mounting as they came back from a 14 deficit.
Barring the explosion of the cities of Philadelphia and Dallas, neither of these teams will make it to the playoffs, and that can take a sense of urgency out of a game.Of course, that sense of urgency, or self respect, or whatever has been gone from both of these teams several games ago.The Giants stink and so do the Redskins, thus anything I could come up with that would be positive...
Yeah, you guessed it, it hasn’t.
Win, lose, or draw, our old boy Eli is going to flail those arms until he’s 40 and playing a couple garbage years for the Browns. Love you, bud.
The Giants defeated the Redskins on Sunday night 24-17.
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Given that the New York Giants were once 0-6 with injuries mounting, it's quite the feat that they're not the first team to be eliminated from playoff contention in the NFC East.
The Giants are soldiering on with postseason hopes alive in December, having won five of six, while the Washington Redskins are officially going nowhere.
New York rallied from an early two-touchdown...
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After Sunday night’s win over the Redskins, Giants defensive end Justin Tuck was asked where he wants to play next season since his contract runs out after this season.
Just in case you had any doubt about where Tuck wants to be next yr, he says: I am a New York Giant thru and thru
— Ebenezer Samuel (@ebenezersamuel) December 2, 2013
New York Giants defensive back Will Hill made a fantastic play to outmuscle Washington Redskins wide receiver Pierre Garçon when he was fighting for extra yards. Hill used pure strength to rip the ball away from Garçon and clinched the game for the Giants.
Hakeem Nicks is putting together one of the worst contract runs in recent NFL history, but the Giants wide receiver hasn’t lost hope yet.
In fact, despite failing to catch a single touchdown pass in 10 games, Nicks said he isn’t even frustrated.
“Nah, man,” Nicks said Friday. “I don’t think this season’s been frustrating. It’s not over.”
That’s true, but the...
When the New York Giants started this season 0-6, the Playoffs could never have crossed the minds of Giants’ fans. All that filled their minds was probably fire Tom Coughlin and Jerry Reese, and cut Eli Manning too.
But a four game winning streak put the Giants back in contention for the NFC Least title, until a solemn defeat to the Dallas Cowboys punched...
New York Giants receiver Hakeem Nicks’ contract expires at the end of this season, and whether or not he resigns with the Giants, or what kind of contract he gets is up in the air. This season has not been a great one for Nicks so far this season he has 42 reception for 627 yards and no touchdowns. This kind of season was not expected after having 114 receiving yards in the first...
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