Patriots' Offensive Struggles, Muffed Punt Lead To Overtime Loss At DenverNew England's undefeated season came to an end at the hands of the Denver Broncos.
Team Grades: Against Miami, Patriots Show No Signs Of Slowing DownThe red-hot Dolphins looked like a threat, but New England quickly cooled them down.
Brady Talks Dolphins While Slater Talks SafetyTom Brady has concerns about the Miami pass rush, but Matthew Slater has concerns about the safety of Thursday night games.
Injury Report: Beckham Questionable For Giants Against CowboysAfter Monday night's debacle against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field, the New York Giants (3-3) look to get back on track against another division rival, the Dallas Cowboys, on Sunday. The Giants' toothless pass rush may get some reinforcements this week as both Robert Ayers and Devon Kennard may play.
Injury Report: Gimpy Cornerbacks, Receivers Complicate Giants' Game PlanIt always seems to be one step forward and two steps back with the New York Giants. After clawing their way to first place atop the NFC east, the G-men will have to win a game in Philadelphia without Prince Amukamara, Victor Cruz and Devon Kennard, and perhaps Odell Beckham, Jr. and Rueben Randle as well.
Giants Still Very Concerned About Fells, Team Dedicates 49ers Win To TeammateThe New York Giants comeback win over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday night was uplifting for the team in a few respects.
Team Grades: Manning Sets Record As Giants Thwart 49ers 30-27Riding a two-game winning streak, the New York Football Giants met the San Francisco 49ers in prime time with first-place at stake. The G-men were tested by the pesky 49ers, but Eli Manning hit Larry Donnell with a 12-yard touchdown pass with 21 seconds left to carry New York past San Francisco 30-27 on Sunday night.
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.
Patriots' Lewis Steps Up His Game While Easley Still StrugglesNew England has seen some great performances on offense, but the defense still needs work.
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.
Gronkowski, Lewis Receive Kudos This Week, But Brady Does NotQuarterback Tom Brady is not the most-praised member of the Patriots offense right now.
Team Grades: Sputtering Giants Drop Close One To Falcons, 24-20The New York Giants could have put to rest last week's heart wrenching defeat to the Dallas Cowboys simply by playing a full 60 minutes of football. Instead, the team treated the hometown crowd to more of the same, as the offense and defense sputtered late, and the Atlanta Falcons took advantage of the Giants' miscue on their way to a 24-20 victory at the Meadowlands.