Injury Report: Ayers, Kennard Out For Giants - 49ers Prime Time TiltThe New York Giants' quest to go over the .500 mark heads back to the Meadowlands this week as Big Blue host the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday night. The G-men played a spirited, but disciplined game, in dispatching the Buffalo Bills on the road last weekend. This week, the Giants will be without starting linebacker Devon Kennard, in addition to Roberts Ayers and Victor Cruz, who remain out for New York, as they look to go over the .500 mark.
Giants Take MRSA Precautions, Beckham Stirs Up BillsJust when the New York Giants cleaned up, figuratively, of course, some of the self-inflicted ills that they caused over the first month of the season, Big Blue finds itself up against a new and largely unknown opponent, the MRSA bacterium.
Opponent Profile: Giants Lying In Wait For Dysfunctional 49ersThe San Francisco 49ers are hosting Super Bowl 50 at Levi's Stadium next February, which is the closest that the team will come to the Big Game in the near future.
Patriots' Lewis Steps Up His Game While Easley Still StrugglesNew England has seen some great performances on offense, but the defense still needs work.
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Injury Report: Say It Ain't So, Cruz Out For Giants Against BillsSo close, yet so far...could be the mantra for New York Giants' wide receiver Victor Cruz. Cruz thought he would make his long anticipated return from major knee surgery, and a lingering calf issue, on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills. After a setback on Wednesday, that will not be the case. Big Blue's best defensive lineman, Robert Ayers, Jr., also suffered a setback as well and will not play on Sunday.
Patriots Can Be Patient Regarding Stork, Wendell, LaFellThanks to New England's depth, the team can afford to wait for key players to return.
Cruz's Return Seems Imminent, But Giants Work Out Nicks, WelkerAfter his Tuesday workout, New York Giants' Victor Cruz declared that he would be on the field Sunday afternoon against the Buffalo Bills. Interestingly enough, the G-men also worked out Hakeem Nicks and Wes Welker on Tuesday, as well as tight end Chris Cooley.
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Belichick, Martin Will Be Working Hard During Patriots Bye WeekThe head coach and his new receiver are planning on doing a lot of studying.