New York Giants: Three Bold Predictions For Training Camp

I have always been a fan of Tom Coughlin since the days as head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars. Nineteen years and two Super Bowl rings later, is there a better match for the New York Giants and the Big Apple than the man who helped build two franchises into winners. Now, in the latter stage of his coaching career, these Giants find themselves changing gears, working on solidifying...
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Eli Manning admits to nerves about Giants' new offensive system

Credit: USATISThat other Manning is scared. Giants quarterback Eli Manning admitted to the New York Post that he is feeling nervous about learning a new offensive system under new offensive coordinator, Ben McAdoo. "Yeah, it's different. You come into the season a little nervous; you just don't have [the same comfort]. You have a good feel for it, but not to where I...
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Video of Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie picking off Eli Manning

I thought Giants would like to see their prized cornerback make in interception during today’s practice. var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; Loading... ZergNet The post Video of Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie picking off Eli Manning appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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Giants hire David Tyree as director of player development

Former New York Giants wide receiver and Super Bowl hero David Tyree has returned to the organization as its new director of player development. “I’m overwhelmed with joy,” said Tyree, who played for the Giants from 2003-08. “I guess you could say it’s a second homecoming. I’m grateful to have an experience with Charles Way, seeing his growth, his maturity as a professional...
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Eli Manning admits he is a little nervous in the Giants new offense

New York Giants QB Eli Manning is looking to redeem himself after having the worst season in his career. Manning threw a career high 27 interceptions with only 18 touchdowns. In comes new offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo to help right the ship. That’s the goods news, the bad news is that Manning says that he is a little nervous in the Giants’ new offense. “Yeah, it is different...
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Eli Manning a little “nervous” about the Giants new offense

New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning admits he’s a little nervous about their new offense heading into training camp. “Yeah, it is different. You come into the season a little nervous; you just don’t have [the same comfort],’’ Manning said Monday, per the NY Post. “You have a good feel for it, but not to where I want it to be. That’s with repetition and more plays...
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Eli Manning 'a little nervous' about Giants’ new offense: Report

Eli Manning is coming off a one of his worst seasons ever, and you would expect the Giants quarterback to not look anywhere but up after a rock-bottom year.After finishing 2013 with a career-high 27 interceptions to go with just 18 touchdowns, his fewest since his rookie year, Manning could realistically say it couldn't get any worse.But Manning admits that learning the system...
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Eli Manning admits to being 'nervous' about new offense

Photo: AP The New York Giants made some significant changes in the offseason, mainly replacing offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride with former Packers coordinator Ben McAdoo. With a new coordinator comes a new scheme, and Giants QB Eli Manning has admitted he is a bit ‘nervous’ about all of the changes. Via ProFootballTalk: “Yeah, it is different. You come into the season...
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‘Nervous’ Eli Manning: ‘We’ve got a lot of work to do’

Eli Manning isn’t the slightest bit scared about practicing or playing on his surgically repaired ankle. Having to get used to an entirely new offensive system and coordinator? That has the two-time Super Bowl MVP sweating a bit. “Yeah, it is different. You come into the season a little nervous; you just don’t have [the same comfort],’’ Manning said Monday as the Giants...
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Is Odell Beckham a good fit for the New York Giants?

Is Odell Beckham a good fit for the New York Giants? Eli Manning endured possibly the toughest season of his career in 2013. He threw for a career-high and league-high 27 interceptions and was sacked a career-high 39 times. The Giants limped out of the gates, beginning the season 0-6 and endured injuries on both […] The post Is Odell Beckham a good fit for the New York Giants?...
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Ron Jaworski: Tom Brady Is Second-Best Quarterback In NFL

Depending on whom you ask at ESPN, Tom Brady is the second-best quarterback in the NFL. After Sam Monson did not consider Brady an elite quarterback in early June and took him off the Mount Rushmore of active quarterbacks, Ron Jaworski put him at No. 2 behind Peyton Manning in his list of the 32 best gunslingers in the league. Jaws seems to like quarterbacks who have a Super Bowl...
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Fantasy Preview: New York Giants’ Eli Manning rated as top-15 QB option

With training camps getting underway this week, the NFL season is right around the corner. And that can only mean one thing: Fantasy football drafts are about to start happening. In order to get a jump on the competition, it’s never to early to start putting together a draft board. To help the cause, cover32 will be ranking each position, with updates from now until the start of...
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Giants’ Chris Snee announces retirement

New York Giants guard Chris Snee announced his retirement from the NFL on Monday. “I know it’s my time,” Snee said. Snee, a two-time Super Bowl champ, felt that he wouldn’t be able to recover from a surgically-repaired right elbow. “Before OTAs started I was confident,” Snee said. “I was moving around great and I was strong enough where I felt that I could play and...
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New York Giants Camp Opens with Questions on Ground Game

David Wilson breaks a run against Washington last season. This photo is courtesy of the New York TimesTom UddoBGB Asst EditorToday is the official opening day of training camp for the New York Giants (although the first practice is tomorrow), and after a poor start last season and a mediocre finish with a 7-9 record, there are a lot of questions as camp is set to begin.While a majority...
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Giants RB David Wilson: ‘Just got cleared for everything’

New York Giants running back David Wilson announced on Twitter Monday morning that he’s been “cleared for everything.” Wilson got the news he had hoped from a CT scan on his surgically repaired neck. Just got cleared ….. #cleared for everything now the story continues #pocketrocket http://t.co/thjqbeLtfy — David E. Wilson (@4stillRunning) July 21, 2014 Wilson, 23,...
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Giants haven’t spoken to Eli Manning about a new contract

Steve Serby of the NY Post asked Giants co-owner John Mara if they’ve talked to Eli Manning about a contract extension. “We haven’t even really discussed that yet. We’ll discuss that at the appropriate time. Obviously it’s our hope that he finish his career as a Giant,” said Mara. I think the Giants will wait until after this season to reward Manning.  He has to earn...
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Giants Have Not Discussed Offering QB Eli Manning A New Extension

  In a question and answer segment with the New York Post, co-owner John Mara stated that the Giants have not discussed a contract extension with QB Eli Manning. “We haven’t even really discussed that yet,” Mara told Steve Serby, “We’ll discuss that at the appropriate time.  Obviously it’s our hope that he finish his career as a Giant.” Mara’s comments are interesting...
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Tony Romo and Eli Manning have the most game-winning drives over the past 3 years

I’m sure all of the Eli Manning and Tony Romo haters will love this stat, but let’s face it both of these quarterbacks have come up big at times. Most game-winning drives the past 3 seasons: 1 Tony Romo 13 2 Eli Manning 11 pic.twitter.com/60zForaHkZ — NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) July 18, 2014 I do believe Manning is more superior since he’s done it on a big stage in 2007 and...
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Scouting the Enemy: Week 4 – The New York Giants

In the second of three games which I previously labeled a litmus test for what kind of team the Redskins will be in the 2014 regular season, Robert Griffin III & Co. will host their division rival New York Giants in a nationally-televised Thursday night contest at Fed Ex Field. Depending on the outcome of their clash with the Philadelphia Eagles four days prior, the Redskins...
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New York Giants Training Camp Preview: Wide Receivers

Should the New York Giants be comfortable with what they have at wide receiver? There’s reason to be skeptical. Outside of Victor Cruz, the receiving corps is questionable and unproven. And after the subpar performance Cruz gave down the stretch, fans may not feel entirely comfortable with him as their No. 1 wideout now that Hakeem Nicks is gone to Indianapolis. The Giants are...
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Analyzing the 2011 Draft: New York Giants

When it comes to grading team’s in the NFL Draft, it takes 3 years to properly asses a team’s success. I previously graded the Dallas Cowboys draft. That article can be found here: http://utnsports.com/2014/07/14/analyzing-the-2011-draft-dallas-cowboys/ Next up is the New York Giants. The Giants were coming off a solid 10-6 season and looked capable of contending for a Super...
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Eli Manning says the new offense has “re-energized” him

After the worst season of his career in 2013, Eli Manning will now have to learn a new offense. According to Tom Coughlin the new offense forced quarterback Eli Manning to do a lot of homework. The signal-caller agrees that learning the new scheme has refreshed him after last years performance. “It’s re-energized me,” Manning […] The post Eli Manning says the new offense...
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Giants Rumors: Eli Manning says new offense has 're-energized me'

The Giants' offense was abysmal last year. Offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride retired this offseason after spending ten seasons with the team. In turn, this move has caused Eli Manning and the rest of the offense to have to learn a new system. However, despite the newness to it all, Eli Manning's excited.#94587489 / gettyimages.comManning spoke to the New York Daily News...
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New York Giants Training Camp Preview: Quarterbacks

Of all the positions on the New York Giants’ roster, quarterback is easily the most secure. Eli Manning is the starting and nothing short of an injury will change that. However, there is much intrigue into what will happen behind him on the depth chart. Second-year gunslinger Ryan Nassib is going to be given every opportunity to earn the backup job, but last year’s backup, Curtis...
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Giants’ QB Eli Manning Feeling Re-Energized By New Offense

Changes are on the horizon for the New York Giants under the influence of Ben McAdoo, the teams’ newly appointed offensive coordinator. Quarterback Eli Manning ,who struggled beyond words in 2013, appeared to be drinking the Kool Aid when he discussed how he felt about the new system. A 'reenergized' Eli Manning is ready to make amends after a horrible 2013 season: New...
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