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The Giants (0-1) face the Atlanta Falcons (1-0) in their 2015 home opener Sunday at 1 p.m. The Giants are coming off a frustrating 27-26 loss to the Dallas Cowboys last Sunday night while the Falcons surprised the Philadelphia Eagles in a 26-24 victory at home on Monday Night.

Kickoff: 1 p.m.

Tags: 2015 NFL Week 2, Giants-Falcons, John Fennelly
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The Giants (0-1) celebrate their 90th season in the NFL by hosting another of the league's oldest franchises, the Arizona Cardinals (1-0), in their 2014 home opener. This will be the 125th meeting between the two teams since the Giants entered the NFL in 1925.

Kickoff: 1:00pm EDT

Site: MetLife Stadium

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Today will mark the third time Eli and Peyton Manning have faced each other as pros.

The Giants (0-1) host Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos (1-0) in their 2013 home opener in a game that will be broadcast in every market except Oakland and Jacksonville.

Kickoff: 4:25pm Eastern

Tags: Denver Broncos, New York Giants, New York Giants News, NFL Week 2
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From the NFL.........A look at seven statistical highlights from games played at 1:00 p.m. ET and 4:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, September 16, the second week of the 2012 season.

The New York Giants gained 604 yards of total offense ? the second-most in team history (609, 12/3/1950) ? in the team?s 41-34 come-from-behind victory over Tampa Bay.

The Giants are the second team in NFL history ? 1951 Los Angeles Rams ? to have a 500-yard passer and two 150-yard receivers in the same game.

Tags: New York Giants, New York Giants News, NFL, NFL Week 2
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Former Rutgers' head coach Greg Schiano and longtime Giants' assistant Mike Sullivan bring their Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-0) to MetLife Stadium to take on the defending Super Bowl Champion New York Giants (0-1) this afternoon.

Kickoff: 1:00pm Eastern

Surface: FieldTurf

Tags: football, Giants-Buccaneers, Giants-Bucs, NFL Week 2
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You don't look a gift horse in the mouth. Don't ask. You just don't do it. The Giants took what the young Rams gave them last night and turned it into a win. That is what is expected of you in this league if you want to make your mark.

DE Justin Tuck, who missed the first game of the season with sore neck, played and played well last night registering four tackles and 1.5 sacks. When asked if this was an ugly win, he was quick to discredit the notion:

"There?s no such thing as an ugly win--a win is a win. With all the parity in this league, they are a part of the comeback. We?ll take a win any way they come. Obviously there are things we need to correct and get better at, but we?re still proud with how we played tonight."From Geico SportsNite

Tags: Giants-Rams, New York Giants, New York Giants Blogs, New York Giants News, NFL Week 2
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From our friends at the NFL Media Dept:

Two teams with playoff aspirations will look to bounce back after opening the season with a loss. In the spotlight on Monday night will be two quarterbacks drafted No. 1 overall ? the Rams? SAM BRADFORD (2010) and the Giants? ELI MANNING (2004).

Bradford, who is expected to play despite a bruise on his right index finger, is coming off an impressive rookie season. The 2010 AP Offensive Rookie of the Year guided St. Louis to seven wins and set NFL rookie records with 590 attempts and 354 completions while ranking second all-time among rookies with 3,512 yards.

Tags: Giants-Rams, NFL, NFL Week 2
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Here is the injury report for the Giants and the Rams for Thursday, September 15:

Rams

Did not participate in practice: DE C.J. Ah You (wrist), WR Danny Amendola (elbow), RB Steven Jackson (quadricep)

Tags: Giants-Rams, Injuries, New York Giants News, NFL Injuries, NFL Week 2
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Inactive for tonite's game in Indianapolis

Giants

WR Ramses Barden, LB Phillip Dillard, LB Chase Blackburn, OT Will Beatty, WR Duke Calhoun, TE Kevin Boss, DT Rocky Bernard, DT Linval Joseph

Tags: Giants-Colts, Inactives, New York Giants, New York Giants News, NFL Week 2
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Each week throughout the 2010 NFL season, Jon Wagner (Sr. Writer At-Large for Football Reporters Online, columnist for Pro Football NYC, and writer for NY Sports Day), picks the full weekly NFL slate of games based on confidence scores, going from highest (most confident) to lowest (least confident) that a certain team will win. Submit your own confidence picks in the comments sections at FRO, PFNYC, or NYSD, and see if you can beat Jon?s total confidence score each week! Here are Jon?s season results and picks for this week:

#8??? INDIANAPOLIS (0-1) over NY GIANTS (1-0)

It?s not often (okay, actually never!) that I?ll look to a preseason game to make a regular season pick, but I can?t shake the image of Ravens? tight end Todd Heap torching the Giants? defense in the middle of the field (the same way many teams hurt the Giants last year) a few weeks ago, in August. I see Dallas Clark (who had 11 catches for 80 yards and a TD in Houston last week) having the same success, and after a loss, an extra motivated Peyton Manning finding not only Clark, but Reggie Wayne, Pierre Garcon, and perhaps Austin Collie, as well. Older brother Peyton makes it two-for-two over younger brother Eli, but each will have good seasons after this one.

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