No Moore: Giants Waive Immature Defender, Collins Takes A SeatSometimes a football squad has to undergo addition by subtraction. In the curious case of Damontre Moore, that's what appears to have taken place.
Perfect Panthers Look To Ruin Giants' Playoff PartyThe New York Giants (6-7) remained relevant in the NFC east, as the squad gutted out a 31-24 win against the Miami Dolphins in South Florida. Their bonus for achieving that much-needed win is a date with arguably the best team in the NFL, the 13-0 Carolina Panthers.
Team Captain Goes On IR, Giants Looking For A HeroAnother week and another couple of starters have to be placed on the injured reserve list. as tight end Larry Donnell and long snapper Zak DeOssie are now lost for the season. Meanwhile, after another close loss, do the Giants have enough locker room leadership to get off the mat?
Jobs On The Line As Dolphins Host GiantsBoth the New York Giants (5-7) and Miami Dolphins (5-7) still have a mathematical shot at the NFL playoffs, but to get to the promised land, these teams will have to piece some kind of winning streak together.
Team Grades: Giants' Playoff Chances On Life Support After Falling To JetsBoth teams needed a win to keep their floundering playoff hopes alive, regardless of who they played, and key figures like Darrelle Revis and Victor Cruz were only present in street clothes.
Injury Report: Kennard, Newhouse Added To Giants Injury WoesThe New York Giants went into this week hoping they would get back giaurd Justin Pugh and center Weston Richburg. But along the way tackle Marshall Newhouse and linebacker Devon Kennard popped up on the injury list, with Kennard being declared out of the rivalry game against the New York Jets.
Jets Look for Giant WinThe Jets can't erase 45 years of history with a win against the Giants. But they will thrust themselves into the AFC playoff picture.
New York Giants' Offensive Line In Flux For Jets GameOne year ago the New York Giants and Jason Pierre-Paul were bracing for free agency. In that period of time so much has changed, including JPP's mindest. And can the New York Giants patch an offensive line together able to protect Eli Manning? Time will tell.
Hungry Jets Would Like To Prolong Giants SufferingWhen the New York Jets face the New York Giants during the regular season, the media likes to describe the game as having "bragging rights" implications.
Team Grades: Giants Play Poorly In 20-14 Loss To RedskinsEven though the game would decide surpremacy in the the beleagured NFC east division, the New York Giants (5-6) treated this contest like the fourth preseason game of the summer.
Injury Report: Pugh And Donnell Are Still Missing For Giants This WeekThe New York Giants (5-5) will have to face off against the Washington Redskins (4-6) without their best offensive lineman and starting tight end. Guard Justin Pugh has been slow to mend from an apparent concussion, while Larry Donnell's neck injury may be more serious than first thought.
Giants' Road To The Playoffs Goes Through These PlacesThe New York Giants (5-5) six game sprint to the NFL playoffs begins this week with a clash against their oldest rival, the Washington Redskins (4-6). While the Giants have tread water, the rest of the NFC east has been a hot mess, so New York actually holds a one-game in the division. Big Blue is capable of finishing on top, if they can clean up these areas.
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?