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No Big Blues for Giants, who stay upbeat going into K.C.

No Big Blues for Giants, who stay upbeat going into K.C.

nydailynews.com Updated Sep 27, 2013
For an 0-3 team about to play in one of the most difficult road environments in the league against an undefeated Chiefs squad, the Giants are fairly upbeat.
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  • N.F.L. Roundup: Cassel Will Start at Quarterback When Vikings F…

    N.F.L. Roundup: Cassel Will Start at Quarterback When Vikings Face the Steelers in London

    nytimes.com Sep 27, 2013
    Matt Cassel will replace the injured Christian Ponder for winless Minnesota when it faces Pittsburgh, also 0-3, at Wembley Stadium.
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  • Giants Insider: It's all on the line for Giants

    Giants Insider: It's all on the line for Giants

    nydailynews.com Sep 27, 2013
    Eli Manning will officially be working behind a makeshift offensive line Sunday, a week after he was sacked seven times by the Carolina Panthers.
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  • Week 4 Injury Report; New York Giants could have trouble blocki…

    Week 4 Injury Report; New York Giants could have trouble blocking Kansas City Chiefs’ rushers

    yahoo.com ESPN.com Sep 27, 2013
    The New York Giants are 0-3 and must go on the road to face the 3-0 Kansas City Chiefs. They’ll be doing so without at least two-fifths — and maybe three-fifths — of their offensive line. Center David Baas and right guard Chris Snee are officially out f…
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  • Cowboys' Austin (hamstring) out vs. Chargers

    Cowboys' Austin (hamstring) out vs. Chargers

    CNNSI.com Sep 27, 2013
    IRVING, Texas (AP) -- Dallas Cowboys receiver Miles Austin has been ruled out of Sunday's game at San Diego because of a hamstring injury.
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  • Giants take ravaged O-line into Arrowhead

    Giants take ravaged O-line into Arrowhead

    ESPN.com Sep 27, 2013
    The winless New York Giants will head into Kansas City with a decimated offensive line.
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  • Expectations for Week 4 vs KC

    Expectations for Week 4 vs KC

    giantsgab.com Sep 27, 2013
    What can we expect out of the Giants this week? It’s a very interesting question and one that needs to be asked considering the tumultuous prior weeks. I believe, first and foremost, we will definitely see a better effort and better body language all ar…
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  • Giants report:  Baas, Snee, Webster out

    Giants report: Baas, Snee, Webster out

    ESPN.com nytimes.com Sep 27, 2013
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The New York Giants will need several backups to help them win their first game of the season. The Giants will be without starters David Baas (neck), Chris Snee (hip) and Corey Webster against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. D…
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  • Giants will be without 40 percent of O-line

    Giants will be without 40 percent of O-line

    profootballtalk.com Sep 27, 2013
    If the Giants are going to avoid an 0-4 start, they’re going to have to do it without at least three starters. The team announced that center David Baas and guard Chris Snee are officially out for Sunday’s game against the Chiefs, along with cornerback …
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  • Rumors of Nicks for Leshoure trade are bogus

    Rumors of Nicks for Leshoure trade are bogus

    profootballtalk.com Sep 27, 2013
    Over the last 12 hours, rumors have circulated of a potential trade that would send Giants receiver Hakeem Nicks to the Lions for running back Mikel Leshoure and a third-round pick. Those rumors, we’re told, are unfounded. On the surface, it would make …
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  • O’Hara Has The Last Word On Giants Lack of Adjustments

    O’Hara Has The Last Word On Giants Lack of Adjustments

    giantsgab.com Sep 27, 2013
    Former Giants Center Shaun O’Hara looked at the game film from the Panthers game, and instead of offering an insider’s perspective — he came away sounding like just about every other Giants fan that watched the game last week. Check out his comments via…
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  • Week 4 N.F.L. Matchups

    Week 4 N.F.L. Matchups

    nytimes.com Sep 27, 2013
    Arizona has a veteran quarterback, Carson Palmer, to get the ball to wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald. Tampa Bay has a revamped secondary that should hamper the Cardinals’ passing attack.
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  • Giants Insider: Perry hoping JPP to set Fewell up

    Giants Insider: Perry hoping JPP to set Fewell up

    nydailynews.com Sep 27, 2013
    Three games into this season, defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, supposedly the Giants’ greatest pass-rushing force, has just one sack, and even JPP admitted that “I haven’t gotten to the quarterback the way I want to.”
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