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Giants Should Be Wary Of Inconsistent RedskinsFresh off of their bye week, the New York Giants visit our nation's capital for a clash with the inconsistent Washington Redskins on Sunday.
Report Cards Are Out, Who Are The Giants' Studs And Duds Right Now?Fresh off their bye week, the New York Football head into preparations for the Washington Redskins to start the second half of their campaign. Who are the players that have risen to the occasion? And who needs to step up his game?
Giants Week 11 Injury Report: The Battle For The NFC East, Can New York Pull It Off?Having to ruminate for two weeks over what could have been against the New England Patriots, the New York Giants (5-5) can take solace in the fact that after the bye, they will still remain atop the NFC east division. The question only becomes, will the team have company at the top of the perch?
Giants Bring Nicks Back After Cruz Season Is Cut ShortThe New York Giants head into their bye week in first-place in the dysfunctional NFC east division, so the team's ability to make the playoffs comes down to a six game season. As their bye week started, New York found out that Victor Cruz will not be joining them in 2015, but then the G-men dipped into their Super Bowl past and brought back Hakeem Nicks to take Cruz's roster spot.
Giants 'Drop' Close One To Patriots, Who Is To Blame?All close games in the NFL have pivot points, plays or lack thereof, that seal a team's fate. The Giants have tempted fate several times this season, and they seemingly have come out a loser each time.
Team Grades: Poor Decisions Doom Giants, Drop Nail Biter To Pats 27-26Those who forget history are doomed to repeat it. The New York Giants put together a game effort, but the offense's inability to burn the game clock handed the New England Patriots an opportunity that the defending champs gladly accepted.
Late Field Goal Lifts Unbeaten Patriots To Win Over Giants
Injury Report: Amukamara, Donnell, Unga Out For Giants Versus PatriotsThe New York Giants' injury list was mostly a push this week, as holdover injuries to Victor Cruz, Prince Amukamara, J.T. Thomas and Larry Donnell have not improved, so all four players have been ruled out against the New England Patriots. New York also pulled the plug on both Will Beatty and Jon Beason this week, as both were placed on season ending injured reserve.
Giants Kicker Josh Brown Flies Under The RadarThe New York Giants were understandably excited about the return of Jason Pierre-Paul, but did the results equal the hype? Also, the G-men lost Johnathan Hankins for the season with a torn pectoral muscle this week. How much will Big Blue miss Big Hank?
Undefeated Patriots To Test Giants' MettleDoes that headline sound familiar? Even though Super Bowl XLII took place almost a decade ago, the remnants are still vivid the minds of many fans of the New York Giants.
Team Grades: Steady Giants Drop Bucs 32-18The New York Giants (5-4) shrugged off last week's debacle against the New Orleans Saints by playing 60 minutes of mostly steady football.
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