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Vacchiano: No quick fix for Giant messThere must be a part of Tom Coughlin, deep down in his soul, that wants to rip apart his team and just start over. The Giants are shell-shocked by their 0-3 start, especially the 38-0 beating they took in Carolina. Clearly he must see that what they’re …Upvote Share Tweet
Giants’ Battered Line Faces a Tough Testnytimes.com Updated Sep 26, 2013Over three games, the Kansas City Chiefs have recorded 15 sacks while the New York Giants have surrendered 11. The teams meet on Sunday.Upvote Share Tweet
Looking Back, Forging Ahead – Eli Manning Needs To Take His Own Advicegiantsgab.com Updated Sep 26, 2013Way back in 2009 – Eli Manning quietly had a break out year in a brand new offense without Plaxico Burress that featured Steve Smith, Hakeem Nicks, Mario Manningham, and Kevin Boss. At the time of this next quote I’m about to post, the Giants had starte…Upvote Share Tweet
Pass rush struggles may be larger problemEAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Through three weeks, the New York Giants are at or near the cellar in a number of statistical categories. Perhaps the most alarming one -- other than their 0-3 record, of course -- is sacks. In three games, the Giants have just …Upvote Share TweetEAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Corey Webster said his hip felt "great" Thursday, but he ran off without elaborating or taking any further questions, which may have included, "Then why haven't you practiced in more than a week?" New York Gi…Upvote Share TweetEAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Seeking answers, I asked New York Giants offensive lineman Kevin Boothe if he knew what position he was playing in Sunday's game in Kansas City against the Chiefs. "No," Boothe said with a wide grin. "Do you?"…Upvote Share Tweet
Justin Tuck tells Giants faithful: Don’t be fair-weather fansGiants defensive end Justin Tuck is telling fans that they shouldn’t turn their backs on the team despite its 0-3 start. Tuck told the Star-Ledger that fans should stick with the team while they try to turn it around. “Don’t be a fair-weather fan,” he s…Upvote Share TweetEAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- A week after allowing seven sacks in a 38-0 loss at Carolina, the New York Giants' offensive line could be in even worse shape against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. Starting center David Baas (neck) and right guard Chris Sne…Upvote Share TweetThe Kansas City Chiefs and New York Giants seem like two teams going in opposite directions. Kansas City is off to a 3-0 start for the eighth time in franchise history, while the Giants are 0-3 and coming off a lopsided loss to the Carolina Panthers. ES…Upvote Share Tweet
Tom Coughlin doesn’t think Sunday’s a must-win for the GiantsLast week, Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz said that the team’s game against the Panthers in Week Three was one that the team had to win. They didn’t even come close. The 38-0 pasting in Charlotte dropped the Giants to 0-3, a record that rarely results…Upvote Share Tweet
Analysis: Week 4 Game Probabilities: Better Outlook for Giantsnytimes.com Updated Sep 26, 2013On the basis of records, the Chiefs should rout the Giants, but a closer look reveals a much more even matchup.Upvote Share Tweet
Esiason responds to L.T.On Tuesday, Hall of Fame linebacker Lawrence Taylor went off on former NFL quarterback Boomer Esiason, who repeated during a Showtime documentary his belief that the Giants coddled L.T. during his career. Among other things, Taylor called Esiason a “dic…Upvote Share Tweet
Big Blue Morning: Whistling in the darkYour daily morning check-in on news and notes about and of interest to the New York Giants The news of the day: I and my ESPN colleagues who were on hand Wednesday were all surprised by how upbeat things were around the Giants. I think this represents s…Upvote Share Tweet
Winless Giants full of big boasts heading into Kansas CityThe Giants are winless, have an offense that couldn’t score a single point last Sunday and are dead last in the NFL in scoring defense. The Chiefs are undefeated after an impressive win in raucous Philadelphia and haven’t turned the ball over all season…Upvote Share Tweet
NFL Cold Hard FactsSep 26Antonio Pierce gives his take on some of the biggest surprises in the NFL so far this season.
Preview: New York Giants vs. Kansas City ChiefsSep 26NFL Films previews the Week 4 matchup between the New York Giants and the Kansas City Chiefs.
Big Blue Report: Week 4Sep 26ESPN Giants reporter Dan Graziano talks about the Giants ability to rebound from their 0-3 start.
Countdown Daily Prediction: NYG-KCSep 26The NFL Live crew makes their picks for the New York Giants at Kansas City.
Don't Forget About AhmadSep 26Don't Forget About Ahmad
Biggest NFL games of Week 4 -- John Clayton's First and 10Sep 26John Clayton's First and 10: Top-spending teams in free agency are seeing early results.
Don Banks: NFL Week 4 picksSep 26Remember those hazy, lazy days of summer, in the NFL's preseason? They're so gone. It's amazing how quickly things can get tense and the pressure starts to build in the NFL's regular season. Jaws and assorted muscles are tightening all across the league…
The Sports Guy's Thursday NFL PickSep 26RAMS (+3.5) over 49ers The Niners have been outscored 56-10 in the past two weeks. They stuck their best defensive player (Aldon Smith) in rehab aft...