New York Giants
The Hall of Famer is one of the few people who can relate to Pierre-Paul’s situation.
New England and Baltimore are developing an impressive postseason rivalry.
The once-proud New York Giants (3-9) now own the longest losing streak in the NFL at seven games. The team has not tasted victory in almost two months, and they travel to Nashville for game against the young and hungry Tennessee Titans (2-10).
The New York Football Giants will miss the NFL playoffs for a third consecutive season, and that fact alone makes the probability of changes very high as the calendar turns to 2015. The Giants spent over $114 million this off season, in a buying spree that was not worth the effort. So what is in store for the New York Giants this off season?
Tony Romo threw two touchdown passes to Dez Bryant, the winner from 13 yards with 1:01 remaining, lifting the Dallas Cowboys to a comeback 31-28 victory over the New York Giants.
The Dallas Cowboys (7-3) head back to work after completing their bye week. The New York Giants (3-7) begin the process of playing out the string, but they do get a player back from the injury list this week.
The New York Football Giants (3-6) actually have the same record this year as they did last season, which speaks directly to the supposed rebuilding campaign that general manager Jerry Reese undertook in the off season. This week, Big Blue lost another player to the injured reserve list, as well as likely losing another starter to injury for Sunday’s game against the San Francisco 49ers.
New England hopes its offensive line continues to play well when it meets Indianapolis.
As much as some would like to point to injuries as the main cause for the New York Giants’ (3-5) inferior record, Big Blue will be facing an opponent in the Seattle Seahawks who have listed 14 players on their injury report.
Andrew Luck threw for four touchdowns and the Colts’ defense kept Eli Manning and the Giants off balance in Indianapolis’ 40-24 romp on Monday night.