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Giants add Ryan Torain too

Giants add Ryan Torain too

The Giants were thin at running back when Tuesday started, but they’ve got a full complement of backs as the day comes to an end. In addition to signing Kregg Lumpkin, the Giants will sign former Redskins running back Ryan Torain to help the team weathe
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  • Giants Insider: Rolle is painted into a corner

    Giants Insider: Rolle is painted into a corner

    nydailynews.com Nov 27, 2012
    Antrel Rolle is ready and willing to play his new old role.The veteran safety, who began his NFL career as a cornerback, found himself back in coverage in Sunday’s rout of the Packers.
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  • Giants to sign RB Kregg Lumpkin

    Giants to sign RB Kregg Lumpkin

    With RB Andre Brown headed to the short-term IR, the Giants were in need of a running back to provide depth. After working players, they’ve signed RB Kregg Lumpkin. Lumpkin spent 2011 with the Buccaneers, rushing for 105 yards on 31 carries and catchin
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  • Historically, momentum factors into Giants’ playoff run

    Historically, momentum factors into Giants’ playoff run

    giantsfootballblog.com Nov 27, 2012
    Every year, we debate whether the higher-seeded team that won double-digit games has the advantage or the disadvantage to the wildcard team that has reeled off four or fives wins to crack the post-season tournament. In each of the Giants’ last two Super
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  • Packers can’t mix up leaky line if they wanted to

    Packers can’t mix up leaky line if they wanted to

    profootballtalk.com Nov 27, 2012
    The Packers say they don’t want to make any rash decisions, or fiddle too much with their offensive line. That’s convenient, because they really can’t. Even after another leaky performance against the Giants Sunday night (five sacks, 10 points), the
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  • Giants Need to Be More Equitable in Passing Game

    Giants Need to Be More Equitable in Passing Game

    giantsfootballblog.com Nov 27, 2012
    From Matthew Cohen SNYGiants contributor I don’t mean to look a gift horse in the mouth — I was thrilled with last night’s victory. The defense played very well. Any time you can hold Aaron Rogers to 10 points, it’s an accomplishment. I was also t
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  • Justin Tuck: ‘We’re going to have our hands full’ with RGIII

    Justin Tuck: ‘We’re going to have our hands full’ with RGIII

    giantsfootballblog.com Nov 27, 2012
    The Redskins (5-6) and the Giants (7-4), both coming off big-time wins in Week 12, are now set for Round 2 in the nation’s capital Monday night. Washington is one of four teams vying for the sixth and final spot in the playoffs, while New York can all b
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  • Tuesday Morning Report: Giants Suddenly Shallow at RB

    Tuesday Morning Report: Giants Suddenly Shallow at RB

    giantsfootballblog.com Nov 27, 2012
    The Giants’ big win over Green Bay left the team and the fans optimistic that a legitimate title defense is still a real possibility. No win comes without a cost, however, and Sunday’s high was immediately tempered by reality that RB Andre Brown will
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  • New York Giants News and Links for Nov 27

    New York Giants News and Links for Nov 27

    giantsfootballblog.com Nov 27, 2012
    The Packers are in the rearview mirror (for now) and the Redskins, suddenly a valid contender, loom on the horizon. The Giants are dealing with a new slew of injuries, but have an extra day this week to sort things out. The team announced they were plac…
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  • SNYGiants Video Corner: Blowout of Packers Ends Swoon Talk

    SNYGiants Video Corner: Blowout of Packers Ends Swoon Talk

    giantsfootballblog.com Nov 27, 2012
    From Monday’s programming The LoudMouths discuss the Giants’ 38-10 blowout of the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night. Sorry, this video could not be loaded… The WheelHouse debates whether talk of a swoon should go away following the Giants’ blowout
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  • TE Bennett equates self to X-Men with fan catch

    TE Bennett equates self to X-Men with fan catch

    ESPN.com Nov 27, 2012
    It won't go on the stat sheet, but the New York Giants' catch of Sunday night might have occurred after the final score was posted.
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  • Giants get pre-game boost from Make-A-Wish kid

    Giants get pre-game boost from Make-A-Wish kid

    profootballtalk.com Nov 27, 2012
    Coming off two less-than-stellar performances in losses to the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals, the New York Giants probably didn’t need too much extra motivation to get prepared for a prime-time match up against the Green Bay Packers on Sund
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  • To Giants, kid fighting cancer is the real champ

    To Giants, kid fighting cancer is the real champ

    nydailynews.com Nov 27, 2012
    Adam Merchant says he was “a little bit” fatigued Monday afternoon, which was understandable given the dizzying schedule the 15-year-old native of tiny Barre, Vt., has kept since Thursday, the best four-day stretch of his young life. “I’m feeling
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Sports Columnists

  • Kerry J. Byrne: Steelers coughed up a gift in Week 12, but Browns almost b…

    Nov 27
    The Dawg Pound barked with joy when the Cleveland Browns upended the hated Pittsburgh Steelers 20-14 on Sunday.
  • Peter King: From Bowles blowing it to Chip's chances, coach talk heats up;…

    Nov 27
    Clearing out the NFL notebook entering Week 13:
  • Don Banks: Opinions still split on Kaepernick move, but history backs Harb…

    Nov 27
    Even when it feels like something entirely new has come along in the NFL -- like the head coach of a leading Super Bowl contender making a late-season starting quarterback change -- it's usually not all that novel. Not entirely.
  • Jim Trotter: Awards Watch: Week 12

    Nov 27
    The pulse of the NFL season changes weekly. Every Tuesday, SI.com will break down the front-runners for the major NFL awards.