This is the November 6, 2012 news archive. View today's Giants rumors and news.
One of the teams in the area most affected by Hurricane Sandy has made the biggest individual donation to date. The Giants have given $500,000 to the recovery effort. The team announced the donation on Tuesday. The cash will be split between the Hurric…
Giants hoping swoon isn't second natureUpdated Nov 6, 2012 Share TweetTom Coughlin was right when he said that no one had a problem with the way last season ended for the Giants. The same was true for the 2007 season. Both ended with the Lombardi Trophy in their hands.Source: nydailynews.com
Joint statement from John Mara and Steve Tisch pledging $500k plus other services to New York and New Jersey relief fundsUpdated Nov 6, 2012 Share TweetThe New York metropolitan area sustained extensive and devastating damage to its infrastructure in Hurricane Sandy. The Giants want to do everything we can to assist our neighbors, fans and friends. Toward that end, after careful consideration, we have …Share TweetThe Steelers plan to play without their leading receiver and punt returner when they meet the Chiefs on Monday night. Antonio Brown, who suffered a sprained left ankle on Sunday against the Giants, is unlikely to play against the Chiefs, coach Mike Toml…Source: profootballtalk.com
The Blame Game: Let’s PlayUpdated Nov 6, 2012 Share TweetThe Giants’ offense has sputtered the past two games, jumping out to a 23-0 lead in Dallas, barely holding on to win and then squandering a ten-point lead to the Steelers at home. Sure, they scored 29 and 24 points respectively in those games and they s
Feeling Blue: Giants’ second-half schedule a reason for panic?Updated Nov 6, 2012 Share TweetAfter the Giants dismantled San Francisco about a month ago, it looked as if Big Blue was on top of the world. The defense was beginning to play like - well, the Giants defense. Eli Manning and Ahmad Bradshaw were putting up big numbers. And they showed
NFC East Roundup: Everyone Take a Step Back, PleaseUpdated Nov 6, 2012 Share TweetWe said the NFC East might be in for a tough week. We were right. All four teams took it on the chin. You know about the Giants, so we won’t dwell on that, but the other three teams blew opportunities to pick up any ground on them in the standings, whic
SNYGiants Video Corner: What Went Wrong for the Giants This Week?Updated Nov 6, 2012 Share TweetFrom Monday’s programming: Daily News Live: The panel discusses whether the Giants will fall into a slump following their loss to the Steelers this past Sunday. Sorry, this video could not be loaded… The Loudmouths Schein and Carlin discuss what went
Tuesday Morning Report: Solving the ‘Slump’Updated Nov 6, 2012 Share TweetThe Giants were at TIMEX yesterday for their usual Monday routine, the mood somber due to combination of Sunday’s loss to Pittsburgh and the fact many still do not have power. Tom Coughlin talked about many things, something he does when his emotions geShare TweetElection Day is thankfully upon us. Cannot take another meaningless, hokey campaign ad. Giants are off today. Here’s some links….
New York Giants wide receiver Domenik Hixon shows thanks to militaryNov 6New York Giants WR Domenik Hixon shows his support and appreciation to veterans by making a special visit to spend time with some troops. For more Giants videos check out Giants.com.
Kerry J. Byrne: Dominant Bears defy modern-day NFL logic in season's first…Nov 6The Chicago Bears crossed the halfway pole of the 2012 season as the most dominant team in football, and certainly the most fascinating statistical case study the NFL has provided in decades.
NFL midseason report -- John Clayton weighs the musical merits of all 32 t…Nov 6John Clayton delivers a musical masterpiece with his NFL midseason report.
NFL midseason report - John Clayton weighs the musical merits of all 32 te…Nov 6John Clayton delivers a musical masterpiece with his NFL midseason report.
Peter King: Thoughts at midseason point; mailNov 6Five Things I Think About the Second Half of the Season: