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With important playoff seeding games on horizon, NY Giants can prove they have what it takes to repeat as Super Bowl champions
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Line ’em up and the Giants are ready to knock ’em down - again. There’s not a team above the Giants in the NFC or right below them in the NFC East that they haven’t defeated in the last 12 monthsShare Tweet
Myers: Big Blue finds swagger to make run at repeatLine ’em up and the Giants are ready to knock ’em down - again. There’s not a team above the Giants in the NFC or right below them in the NFC East that they haven’t defeated in the last 12 monthsShare Tweet
For Giants defense, 'tis the season to be SuperNobody took the Giants seriously as Super Bowl contenders last season until their defense made its statement in the first round of the playoffs. The Giants’ beatdown of the Atlanta Falcons in a 24-2 victory showed that they had the muscle to level anyonShare TweetTHERE WAS A time, not so very long ago, that Rex Ryan would not have been able to restrain himself from mentioning the “P” word.Share Tweet
Mara says he hasn’t made up his mind on kickoffsprofootballtalk.com Dec 10, 2012Earlier this year, Giants co-owner John Mara said that the NFL is evolving toward the elimination of the kickoff. Earlier today, he said he currently doesn’t support that outcome. “I certainly have not made up my mind on whether to eliminate the kicShare Tweetnytimes.com Dec 10, 2012It isn't often that you fool a quarterback like the Saints' Drew Brees, but it appears the Giants did just that on a key play to open the second half.Share TweetCNNSI.com Dec 10, 2012ASHBURN, Va. (AP) -- Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said Monday that Robert Griffin III has a mild sprain of a ligament in the right knee and hasn't been ruled out for the upcoming game against the Cleveland Browns.Share TweetJust days after Brandon Jacobs complained about "rotting away" with the San Francisco 49ers, the team has suspended the veteran running back for the remainder of the regular season. Signed to a one-year, $1.6 million contract in early April, J…Share TweetDavid Wilson's emergence couldn't have come at a better time for the Giants, because they might need him to carry a bigger than expected load down the stretch.Share Tweet
Hey.. Mr. Wilson! (Dennis The Menace voice)giantsgab.com Dec 10, 2012East Rutherford, NJ - Oh Mr. Wilson, where art thou have been? No, I am not talking about Mr. Wilson from Dennis the Menace, I am talking about the guy they call “Turbo”, David Wilson from the NY Giants. We haven’t seen thisShare Tweet
Giants-Ravens Game Flexed to 4:25pmThe Week 16 Giants-Ravens game scheduled for Sunday, Dec 23 at 1:00pm has been flexed by the league to 4:25pm. From the NFL…. The Week 16 San Francisco 49ers-Seattle Seahawks game on Sunday, December 23 will be played at 8:20 PM ET on NBC’s Sunday NiShare Tweet
Will Giants Hold On to Win the NFC East?For most of yesterday afternoon, it looked like the NFC East was in for a losing day. Dallas trailed the Bengals in Cincinnati for the majority of their game. Washington was eight points down to the Ravens with less than a minute to go without RGIII. Th…Share Tweet
Giants' Week 16 game moves to 4:25 p.m.ESPN.com Dec 10, 2012The New York Giants' Dec. 23 game against the Ravens in Baltimore, originally scheduled for 1 p.m. ET, has been changed to a 4:25 p.m. ET game as part of the NFL's "flex" scheduling program. All other NFC East games that week will remain at th…Share Tweet
Giants D forces 4 turnovers, yet questions remainThe Giants , and rightfully so. But let’s not look past the success the team enjoyed on the defensive side of the balls. Drew Brees,who entered Sunday’s action as undefeated against the G-Men with an 11-0 touchdown-to-interception ratio, was held to oShare Tweet
Kickoffs Help Giants, but Future of Kickoffs Is Uncertainnytimes.com Dec 10, 2012In the off-season, the N.F.L. will consider eliminating kickoffs, one of the more exciting but dangerous plays in the game.Share Tweet
Breakfast links: Undefeated!ESPN.com Dec 10, 2012On Sunday, Oct. 26, 2008, the Cowboys beat the Buccaneers, the Redskins beat the Lions, the Eagles beat the Falcons and the Giants beat the Steelers. All four teams in the NFC East played and won on the same day. A 4-0 day for the division whose fans li…Share Tweet
Rainout Theater: Giants Wash Away Bad Habits vs SaintsSome postgame analysis of the Giants’ win over New Orleans From FOX Sports: Some highlights…Share Tweetfrom Jon Wagner / SNYGiants columnist The New York Giants (8-5) were feeling the pressure prior to their kickoff against the New Orleans Saints (5-8) at MetLife Stadium on Sunday. Minutes earlier, they had seen their NFC East lead shrink to just a half-…Share Tweet
Monday Morning Report: Giants Pitch Complete GameNot much to dislike about yesterday’s game except that it was wet and cold. The Giants were ballin’ in all phases. On offense, Eli Manning threw touchdowns to four different receivers. Rookie David Wilson ran for 100 yards and scored twice. Victor CruShare Tweet
New York Giants News and Headlines for Dec 10The Giants will take some time off after mauling the Saints yesterday at MetLife in the pouring rain. A huge win, but in December they’re all huge. Here’s some reading material for you…Share TweetThe television cameras caught a tear from David Wilson’s left eye rolling down his face after he lost a fumble halfway through the first quarter of the first game of his NFL career in the Giants’ season-opening loss to the Cowboys.Share Tweet
Giants Insider: Cruz passes 1,000-yard mark againVictor Cruz has caught plenty of passes the past two seasons, but his final catch of Sunday’s game, was especially sweet.Share Tweet
Chances Giants Win NFC EastDec 10Ron Jaworski, Merril Hoge and Herm Edwards discuss how confident they are that the Giants will win the NFC East.
The Year In Sports On TwitterDec 10Katie Linendoll sits down with Omid Ashtari, head of Sports and Entertainment at Twitter, to talk about the biggest Twitter sports moments of the year.
GameDay: Saints vs. Giants highlightsDec 10New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning throws 4 touchdowns to help the Giants crush the New Orleans Saints 52-27.