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.
Patriots Release LB Dekoda Watson, 3 From Practice Squad
No Practice For Jets' Decker; Revis, Ivory Limited
Rex Ryan Adds Swagger To Giants - Bills ContestIt is fitting that on the 25th anniversary of the New York Giants' victory over the Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl XXV that these two franchises meet in a regular season match-up.
Team Grades: Patriots Play Nearly Flawless Offensive Game Against JaguarsNew England goes into its bye week on a high note.
Jets Fall to Eagles
Brady And Gostkowski Lead Patriots Over Jaguars
Patriots Injury Report: Wendell Still Dealing With Mystery IllnessThe New England offensive lineman's sickness has not been disclosed.
Team Grades: Defense Leads Giants Past Redskins 32-21Maybe the schedule-makers could give the New York Giants a break by casting the Washington Redskins as their week one opponent next year. If the NFL does that, New York would have a high probability of not going 0-2 again next year. Once again, Big Blue rattled the 'Skins into three turnovers and hung on for a 32-21 on Thursday night.
5 Biggest Surprises Through Week 2Through the first two weeks, here are the NFL’s biggest surprises, good and bad, and whether they are sustainable over a 16-game season.