*The Giants improved to 1-3 on the road this season. *The Giants held their opponents to their lowest point total since a 19-10 defeat of Washington in the 2016 season finale. *The Giants led at halftime, 17-3, their largest lead after two quarters since Dec. 7, 2014, when they led the Titans in Tennessee, 23-0. […]
The Giants locker room is now a place where there seems to be a lot of resentment. The suspension of veteran Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie without pay is not going over well with many of the players. Cornerback Janoris Jenkins appears to be one of them. The former second round pick out of North Alabama said “No comment” […]
The Giants 2017 season continues to unravel. A dispute between head coach Ben McAdoo and cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie that, according to a NFL source, started on the sideline during Big Blue’s 27-22 loss at home to the Los Angeles Chargers and continued during the beginning of the week, ended as badly as bad as it could have […]
Giants second year head coach deals with injuries, an 0-5 season an unforgiving schedule and now a veteran cornerback in Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie who appears to have walked out on the team.
Big Blue is really blue.
The Giants continue a season that is hard to believe. Big Blue has had more bad luck than someone walking under a dozen ladders and crossing the path of a dozen black cats. The latest was losing wide receivers Odell Beckham, Jr. and Brandon Marshall for the season due to severe ankle injuries. Three straight […]
EAST RUTHERFORD: For a team that is 0-4 and seemingly already out of the NFC playoff picture, the New York Giants locker room was surprisingly upbeat this week at the G-Men prepared to take on the also win-less San Diego Chargers (0-4) at MetLife Stadium (1:00 PM on CBS). The Giants offensive line has taken […]
The Giants have their faults for sure: An offensive line that is not effective in the run game. Big Blue does not have the running backs who could take advantage of good blocking even if they did. Special teams has let them down when it counts the most…giving up walk-off field goals on back-to back […]
Odell Beckham, Jr. is many things. One thing he is not, is boring.
The fourth-year superstar threw a bucket of water over one of his best ever performances.
After his first of two touchdowns, Beckham got down on all fours and pretended to be dog, then imitated a dog taking a leak on a fire hydrant, but used the Eagles end zone as the hydrant.
It drew a 15-yard penalty, a meeting with his coach and another meeting with Giants President and CEO John Mara.
All that instead of breaking down the Giants upcoming road game against Tampa Bay.
The Eagles pulled out a 27-24 win over the rival New York Football Giants on a 61-yard walk-off field goal by rookie Jake Elliott to improve to 2-1, 2-0 in the NFC East.
The game was memorable on many levels including an extraordinary showing of team and league unity after the NFL and its players, coaches and owners came under attack by President Trump over protests by players held during the playing of the National Anthem.
Giants veteran offensive lineman, Justin Pugh said the offensive line was not going to give up, that they would keep fighting to figure out a way to get the job done. When your quarterback gets sacked eight times in the first two games, you’ve scored only 13 points and there is not real running game […]