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I guess Tom Coughlin's "Let's be safe and smart" message to his team a the end of minicamp fell on deaf ears -- again. They definitely missed the ears of veteran DE Jason Pierre-Paul, who literally almost blew up his career over the weekend playing with fireworks.

JPP reportedly sustained burns and injuries to his hand while blowing off fireworks in South Florida on the Fourth of July (July 5). This morning, those injuries, which are still undisclosed, turn out to be not as serious as the Twitter alarmists reported on Sunday.

Tags: 2015 NY Giants Draft, Jason Pierre-Paul, New York Giants, John Fennelly
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Draft day is finally here and over the next 72 hours we will have the full picture of the Giants' 2015 draft class. I have been getting a lot of comments and emails regarding who the Giants should select in Round 1?and beyond.

My basic response is let's see who they do in Round 1?tonight and then tomorrow and Saturday speculate about those rounds. If I have my way, the Giants hit it big tonight and tomorrow and make Saturday a non-event.

They can stay the course and select some good players, or they can be proactive and creative and get themselves some difference-makers.

Tags: 2015 New York Giants, 2015 NFL Draft, 2015 NY Giants Draft, New York Giants
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The draft is jut one day away and it's time to shed all the pipe dreams and start talking brass tacks. Here is what I see the Giants facing - and doing - in the first round of tomorrow night's NFL Draft.

There are three scenarios that the Giants will have to prepare for Thursday.

One: Stay the course and wait for the best available player to fall to them at No. 9. We won't know who that is until the time comes. But I feel it will be one of five players: Iowa OL Brandon Scherff, Clemson DE Vic Beasley, DE Bud Dupree of Kentucky, Alabama WR Amari Cooper or WR Kevin White of West Virginia.

Tags: 2015 New York Giants, 2015 NFL Draft, 2015 NY Giants Draft, New York Giants
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If there was ever a year for New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese and coach Tom Coughlin to get it right in the NFL draft, this is it.

The Giants have missed the playoffs the past three seasons since winning the Super Bowl in 2012 and jobs are on the line. The past two years have not been good: The team has been out of the postseason picture by roughly Thanksgiving.

Records of 7-9 and 6-10 are not going to cut it with co-owners John Mara and Steve Tisch.

Tags: 2015 New York Giants, 2015 NFL Draft, 2015 NY Giants Draft, New York Giants
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The 2015 NFL Draft will have major player absences and rounds with shorter time allowances. It will also?take place in a city other than New York for the first time since 1964.

The 80th annual NFL Draft will be held in Chicago, at the Auditorium Theater of Roosevelt University. Three projected Top-10 selections - Florida State QB Jameis Winston, WR Amari Cooper of Alabama and Oregon QB Marcus Mariota, the Heisman Trophy winner, have chosen not to attend.

Over two dozen other highly-touted prospects will be on hand however (NFL Communications).

Tags: 2015 New York Giants, 2015 NFL Draft, 2015 NY Giants Draft
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Greg Cosell of NFL Films and the NFL Network believes the Giants will be targeting a safety high in the draft this weekend. And it may not be who you think...

"Safety is going to be really important. For the New York Giants in particular," Cosell said on NFLN's Championship Chase: The Draft. "They really can't line up right now with what they have."

"So, there's Damarious Randall from Arizona State, who I think is as good a back-end safety as there is in this draft. And not only does he have back-end skills, but he has the box mentality. He's not a big guy, he's only about 196-198 but he has a box mentality and he can also play over the slot, which is critical in today's NFL."

Tags: 2015 New York Giants, 2015 NFL Draft, 2015 NY Giants Draft, Damarious Randall
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A week from now we will be assessing the Giants' draft - what is and what could have been - while trying to stay out in front of the UDFA scramble. The favorite for the Giants remains Iowa OL Brandon Scherff, regarded by most experts as the best lineman in the draft and perhaps the safest bet at any position this year.

Some have contended that Scherff does not possess the wingspan to be an effective tackle in the NFL. The Giants don't really care about that, having drafted Justin Pugh in the first round two years ago. Pugh was said to have "short arms" as well. They appear to be comfortable with just adding Scherff to their roster and upgrading the offensive line.

From Rotoworld:

Tags: 2015 New York Giants, 2015 NFL Draft, 2015 NY Giants Draft, andrus peat, Brandon Scherff, Dante Fowler Jr
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SNYGiants insider Ralph Vacchiano believes the Giants should focus on upgrading the offensive line in this Week's NFL Draft rather than select another weapon at WR in the first round.

It?s not an implausible scenario. In fact, some in the NFL can envision at least one of the top two receivers ? Alabama?s Amari Cooper or West Virginia?s Kevin White ? slipping into the Giants? lap. And if they do, several Giants sources insisted drafting yet another receiver will get strong consideration.

Tags: 2015 New York Giants, 2015 NFL Draft, 2015 NY Giants Draft, Eli Manning
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Last year at this time, Giants GM Jerry Reese said he had no particular player in mind as the NFL Draft approached. Reese said the team will take the best available player with the 12th overall pick.

As it turned out, Reese did have a particular player in mind, LSU WR Odell Beckham, Jr., and he just happened to fall to the Giants in the first round. Beckham was the Giants' man all along, we were told afterward.

Tags: 2015 NY Giants Draft, Jerry Reese
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We are merely one week away from 2015 NFL Draft, and the excitement and the pressure is certainly building up.

The Giants hold the No. 9 overall selection in the first round, as well as picks in the second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth rounds, plus two more in the seventh. Overall, they hold the 9th, 40th, 74th, 108th, 144th, 185th, 226th and 245th picks this year.

With eight picks, the Giants can address both their biggest needs while adding depth, barring any unforeseen trades behind the scenes.

Tags: 2015 NY Giants Draft, New York Giants
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Maxx Williams, largely considered the top tight end prospect in the 2015 NFL Draft, already has ties to the New York Giants.

Williams' father, Brian Williams, was selected No. 18 overall in the 1989 draft by none other than the Giants. After a nine-year career in the blue, Brian Willliams is anxious to see his son follow a similar fate.

?We?re gonna be at home in Minnesota,?? Brian Williams told the Post. ?He wanted to be here with mom and dad and his grandparents and his family. That means a lot.

Tags: 2015 NY Giants Draft, New York Giants
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Two weeks from today we'll be part of the media overkill covering the NFL Draft and breaking down the Giants' first round selection, which many believe will be Iowa OL Brandon Scherff (BBB, Apr 17).

Scherff has all the earmarks of becoming a solid NFL offensive lineman, but he may not be what fans and pundits think he is. Listed on many mock websites as a tackle, Scherff is actually projected by scouts and experts to be a guard in the NFL.

The Giants were hoping that a top OT would emerge from the pack this spring and they could implement their plan to move Justin Pugh, who struggled at RT last season, inside to plug the hole at guard. But that hasn't happened that we know of. They might be fooling themselves if they think Scherff is the guy who can force that change.

Tags: 2015 New York Giants, 2015 NFL Draft, 2015 NY Giants Draft
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If the Giants select an offensive lineman in the first round no Giant fan will be disappointed. Just about everyone who bleeds blue knows the line could use an infusion of new blood. Depending on which players trickle down to them, an offensive lineman just might be the pick.

But, with the NFL Draft just two weeks away, the Giants are still without solid answers at the safety position. Their roster still lists only two players as safeties - Nat Berhe and Cooper Taylor - neither of whom has started an NFL game.

Both players were taken in the fifth round in the NFL Draft. Taylor, a 2013 pick, missed all of 2014 with a foot injury. Berhe, selected last season, served as mainly a special teams player.

Tags: 2015 New York Giants, 2015 NFL Draft, 2015 NY Giants Draft, New York Giants Defense
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With the draft just sixteen days away, the rumors are beginning to heat up. The Giants hold the ninth overall pick and are at the mercy of the acumen of the eight teams in front of them. Here's the latest on how things are breaking within the top nine slots in the draft...

1. Tampa Bay - are still believed to covet Florida State QB Jameis Winston first overall. But last week, ownership began to scrutinize Winston fearing he was a PR problem. ESPN's Chris Mortensen is reporting the Bucs have moved on to his Heisman successor, Oregon QB Marcus Mariota.

2. Tennessee - are said to be committed to Zach Mettenberger at QB and that is going to create a frenzy over the next two weeks. The Titans will be receiving offers from multiple teams to part ways with the pick regardless of which one of the top two QBs is available.

Tags: 2015 New York Giants, 2015 NFL Draft, 2015 NY Giants Draft, New York Giants draft preview
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The 2015 NFL Draft order is beginning to take shape. The Tampa Bay Bucs and the Tennessee Titans are expected to select QBs Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota with the first two selections. The defensive players will take over from there: USC DL Leonard Williams, Florida OLB Dante Fowler, Jr., Nebraska DE Randy Gregory, Missouri DE Shane Ray and Clemson OLB Vic Beasley.

Sprinkle in three WRs - Alabama's Amari Cooper, Kevin White of West Virginia and Louisville's DeVante Parker - and you have have your Top 10. Or do you? Some believe that Michigan State CB Trae Waynes, Washington NT Danny Shelton, Stanford OT Andrus Peat, Iowa OL Brandon Scherff and Georgia RB Todd Gurley could upset things by sneaking into the top ten.

The Giants, selecting ninth overall, will sit and wait their turn and see who falls to them. They should have a bevy of talented players to choose from. DeVante Parker will likely be one of them. Although he's rising up the charts quickly, he's still currently rated behind Cooper and White by most teams and draftniks.

Tags: 2015 NY Giants Draft, DeVante Parker, New York Giants
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The road to the draft begins early for every NFL team. In fact, some say the quest for young talent never really ends. Giant fans got a taste of how hard the scouting department works in the NFL Network series "Finding Giants" this past year.

It's difficult to keep up with which players teams have met with and who they have genuine interest in. Below is the latest list of players compiled by the website walterfootball.com.

It's been reported the Giants are interested in Nebraska DE Randy Gregory and Benardrick McKinney, a LB from Mississippi State. In recent weeks it was discovered that Gregory tested positive for marijuana and the Giants may be shying away from him at No.9.

Tags: 2015 New York Giants, 2015 NY Giants Draft
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Working out for the New York Giants would be nerve-wracking for any NFL hopeful, but imagine if that hopeful also grew up with blue and red in his blood. Ali Marpet did, and he'll get the shot of a lifetime as he shows off for his favorite team at their April 9 workout day (NJ.com, April 6).

The 6-4, 304 pound offensive lineman out of Division III Hobart & William Smith College, grew up in New York. Earlier this year, he told NFL Network if he had to pick one team to draft him, he'd pick the Giants, his favorite team as a kid.

Marpet will have a shot to impress his home team on Thursday at their workout, but he already put out a strong showing at February's NFL Combine, running the fastest 40-yard dash of any OL at 4.98 seconds.

Tags: 2015 NY Giants Draft, New York Giants

The Super Bowl is rapidly descending upon us and, sadly, the Giants won't be participating. But that doesn't prevent us from having a little fun with trivia from the games the Giants have played in.

We all know that QB Phil Simms had a day to remember in Super Bowl XXI:

  • Highest passer rating, game, 150.92 - Phil Simms - New York Giants vs. Denver, XXI
  • Highest completion percentage, game, (20 attempts), 88% - Phil Simms - N.Y. Giants vs. Denver, XXI (25-22)
In Super Bowl XLVI, QB Eli Manning set a record when he completed his first nine passes to start the game.

Tags: New York Giants History, NY Giants Super Bowl Records
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The Daily News Live panel talks about what is happening with the Jets and Giants three weeks before training camp opens.

http://web.sny.tv/media/video.jsp?content_id=34262175&topic_id=6479520&tcid=vpp_copy_34262175&v=3

Tags: New York Giants, NY Daily News, NY Giants, ny jets, sny

SNYGiants contributors Craig Santucci and Marco Imperati discuss the end of a losing season for the Giants, the new coaching changes, and what's in store for Big Blue this offseason.

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Tags: New York Giants, New York Giants Audio, NFL Podcasts, NY Giants Podcasts

Every offseason, teams attempt to address their areas of weakness from the previous season. Sounds pretty simple right?

Well, for the 2014 New York Football Giants, there are so many weaknesses that the team may have to pick and choose which areas to address.

Recently-retired offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride commented on the shuffling of the offensive line this season and how it negatively affected what Eli Manning was able to do.

Tags: 2013 New York Giants, big blue, Eli Manning, giants, Giants Offensive Line, Kevin Gilbride, nfl draft, NY Giants, Offensive Line
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In the last six games before Sunday?s matchup with the San Diego Chargers, Eli Manning had only thrown three interceptions. Not bad, considering how Manning struggled early on with turnovers.

But Manning and the Giants looked like they did the first half of this season in the 37-14 loss Sunday in San Diego.

Right from the start, Manning looked terrible against the team the drafted him back in 2004. The fans were quick to remind him through a chorus of ?boos? about what they thought of his decision to spurn the city and go play in New York.

Tags: chargers, giants, Giants-Chargers, giants disappointing, giants terrible, New York Giants, NFL, NY Giants, San Diego
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The Giants? offense played well enough in even-numbered quarters to earn a 24-17 win Sunday night over the Redskins.

Two touchdowns in the second quarter and a touchdown and field goal in the fourth quarter made up for two inept looking quarters: the first and third.

Big Blue went three and out on both of its first quarter drives, while the third quarter featured two punts and Eli Manning?s 18th interception of the season.

Tags: Eli Manning, giants, Giants-Redskins, Hakeem Nicks, New York Giants, NY Giants, redskins, Victor Cruz, washington dc
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?We won?t have too much trouble scoring touchdowns against one of the worst defenses in the league,? the Giants? offense must have thought to itself, heading into Sunday?s contest.

Unfortunately that wasn?t the case, as settling for field goals on two early trips into the red zone ultimately sealed Big Blue?s fate in a 24-21 loss to the Cowboys.

Sure, the weather was a factor in this one, but Tony Romo didn?t look like he had too much trouble throwing the ball on that final drive. It?s no excuse.

Tags: america's team, dan bailey game winning kick, giants, Giants-Cowboys, giants lose, giants playoff hopes, giants playoff odds, New York Giants, NFC, NFC East, NFL, NFL Playoffs, NY Giants
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This weekend is the Giants? Super Bowl, and offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride met the media Thursday to discuss this all important matchup.

Big Blue?s offense has shown some decent signs of life the past few weeks, but the unit still has not hit its stride.

In the Week 1 loss to the Cowboys, Victor Cruz, Hakeem Nicks and Rueben Randle all racked up 100-plus yards receiving, so Eli Manning is hoping he can spread the ball around on the Cowboys? depleted secondary.

Tags: coordinator corner, Eli Manning, giants, Giants-Cowboys, Kevin Gilbride, New York Giants, NY Giants, Sean Lee
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If only I had results like last week every week?

I won with the Giants, Seahawks and Cardinals but came up short with the Chiefs. I still have a few weeks to try to at least get back to .500 for the season.

Here are this week?s picks. I?ll be using the point spreads from Yahoo! Sports. Feel free to include your picks for these or any other of the week?s games in the comments section. Good luck!

Tags: giants, lions, New York Giants, NFL, nfl picks, NY Giants, panthers, snygiants picks, Steelers
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Each week, I will be taking a look at the Giants? media notes to pull out some interesting facts about the upcoming opponent.

In Week 12, the Giants (4-6) host the Dallas Cowboys (5-5) in a game that has huge implications for both squads.

The Cowboys won the Week 1 matchup 36-31 in Dallas, so the Giants would need this win to even the head-to-head matchups in case that factors into a playoff tiebreaker.

Tags: cowboys, giants, Giants-Cowboys, Giants Defense, media notes, New York Giants, NFC East, NY Giants, Victor Cruz
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Was it perfect? No.

But the Giants found a way to win their fourth straight game in a 27-13 contest over the Packers, and unlike some of the recent wins, there were at least a good chunk of positives to take away from Big Blue?s offensive performance.

Victor Cruz was again at the top of his game, catching eight passes for 110 yards. Everyone else was efficient enough in helping the Giants get the win.

Tags: Brandon Jacobs, Eli Manning, giants, Giants-Packers, New York Giants, NFC East, NFL, NY Giants, scott tolzien, SNYGiants, tony romo, Victor Cruz
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Looks like I?m back into my early season trend with a 1-3 showing in Week 10?

The Ravens beat the Bengals; the Cowboys got embarrassed; the Giants won but did not cover; but I got the win with the Panthers over the 49ers.

Here are this week?s picks. I?ll be using the point spreads from Yahoo! Sports. Feel free to include your picks for these or any other of the week?s games in the comments section. Good luck!

Tags: cardinals, Chiefs, giants, New York Giants, NFL, nfl picks, NY Giants, seahawks, SNYGiants
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Each week, I will be taking a look at the Giants? media notes to pull out some interesting facts about the upcoming opponent.

In Week 11, the Giants (3-6) host the Green Bay Packers (5-4), who lost last week to the Philadelphia Eagles.

Sunday?s game will be the 52nd regular season game between these two teams, and the Packers hold the lead with a 27-22-2 all-time mark.

Tags: aaron rodgers, Eli Manning, giants, Green Bay Packers, Hakeem Nicks, media notes, New York Giants, nicks packers, NY Giants, NYG, packers
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Kevin Gilbride said on Thursday that he wasn?t sure how Andre Brown would factor into Sunday?s game against the Oakland Raiders.

Well, let?s just say he was factor?a huge factor at that.

Brown rushed a career-high 30 times for a career-high 115 yards in the Giants? 24-20 win over the Raiders.

Tags: Andre Brown, brown, Eli Manning, giants, giants raiders, Kevin Gilbride, New York Giants, NY Giants, raiders, SNYGiants
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The Giants will have a logjam in the backfield Sunday when the team hosts the Oakland Raiders, but that could wind up being a good thing.

Andre Brown is set to make his return coming off a broken left leg, and the timing is great, since David Wilson has been placed on season-ending injured reserve.

Offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride said that Brown might not be physically capable of shouldering the entire load at this point, but even so, he?s expecting Brown to contribute in any way possible, especially as a pass blocker.

Tags: andre bornw, coordinator corner, Eli Manning, giants, Kevin Gilbride, New York Giants, NY Giants, Oakland Raiders, raiders, Victor Cruz
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I can?t seem to shake the 2-2 week, but at least it?s better than 1-3 or 0-4

The Colts mounted a late comeback and the Chiefs took care of the Bills for my two wins. The Seahawks relied on a late comeback and therefore did not cover, and the Ravens were a complete disappointment against the Browns.

Here are this week?s picks. I?ll be using the point spreads from Yahoo! Sports. Feel free to include your picks for these or any other of the week?s games in the comments section. Good luck!

Tags: bengals, cowboys, giants, New York Giants, NFL, nfl picks, NY Giants, panthers, SNYGiants
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Each week, I will be taking a look at the Giants? media notes to pull out some interesting facts about the upcoming opponent.

In Week 9, the Giants (2-6) host the Oakland Raiders (3-5), who are coming off an ugly loss at the hands of the Philadelphia Eagles.

Sunday will only be the 12th time that these two teams have met in the regular season, and the Giants trail the season series 7-4. Big Blue has won the past three out of four however.

Tags: Eli Manning, giants raiders, media, media notes, New York Giants, NY Giants, raiders
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Usually a unit that is ranked 29th in the NFL doesn?t have too much excitement surrounding it.

However, the Giants? running game, averaging just 69.9 yards per game, all of a sudden looks like a multifaceted entity that could actually be a weapon for this team.

Again, the eventual grade will be based on production up until this point, not the future. But it?s important for us to look at what this unit may look like in the second half.

Tags: Andre Brown, Brandon Jacobs, david wilson, giants, jerald ingram, New York Giants, nfc eact, NFL, NY Giants, petyon hillis, running game, rushing yards
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The one unit where the entire analysis centers on just one guy is quarterback.

By his standards, Eli Manning would tell you that he has had a sub-par season. Right from his very first pass of the year that was intercepted by DeMarcus Ware, it?s been a very rough first half for the two-time Super Bowl MVP.

He?s currently leading the NFL with 15 interceptions ? not exactly the stat you want to lead. But granted, some of those were the result of receivers running bad routes, and some were literally just bad luck.

Tags: Eli, Eli Manning, giants, manning, New York Giants, NY Giants, QB, quarterback, Sean Ryan
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All it will take is a few good weeks in a row to get right back to the .500 mark ? or even better. I have to say though, it?s been very difficult to pick games this season, as there have been plenty of surprises.

The Chiefs and Bears came up short for me last week, but I earned wins with the Giants and Packers.

Here are this week?s picks. I?ll be using the point spreads from Yahoo! Sports. Feel free to include your picks for these or any other of the week?s games in the comments section. Good luck!

Tags: giants, Jets, New York Giants, NFL, nfl picks, NY Giants, ny jets, saints, seahawks, SNYGiants
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Each week, I will be taking a look at the Giants? media notes to pull out some interesting facts about the upcoming opponent.

In Week 8, the Giants (1-6) head to Philadelphia to take on the Eagles (3-4) in an NFC East divisional showdown.

The Eagles earned a 36-21 victory over the Giants in Week 5 at MetLife Stadium. The Giants still lead the all-time regular season series, 81-74-2.

Tags: eagles, Eli Manning, giants, Giants-Eagles, giants media, Hakeem Nicks, Jon Beason, media, media notes, New York Giants, NY Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, rueben randle, Tom Coughlin, Victor Cruz, week 8
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Let?s start off by saying that it is great that the Giants finally got into the win column.

But let?s be brutally honest: It was anything but pretty.

The Giants missed plenty of opportunities on offense in their 23-7 win Monday night over the Minnesota Vikings. This really could have been a 44-7 game, but again, for the struggling Giants, a win?s a win.

Tags: Eli Manning, giants, Giants Offense, Giants-Vikings, Hakeem Nicks, Monday Night Football, New York Giants, NY Giants, Peyton Hillis, red zone, rueben randle, Victor Cruz, vikings
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Each week, I will be taking a look at the Giants? media notes to pull out some interesting facts about the upcoming opponent.

The Giants (0-6) host the Minnesota Vikings (1-4) this week on Monday Night Football.

The Vikings hold a 13-9 lead in the all-time regular season series, but the Giants are 2-1 against Minnesota in the playoffs.

Tags: Eli Manning, giants, Giants-Vikings, media notes, New York Giants, NY Giants, vikings
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Back to respectability (at least for Week 6) after a few tough weeks.

I won with the Giants and Steelers. The Bengals won but did not cover against the Bills, and I admit I was a bit overzealous in thinking the Broncos would cover the 27-point spread.

Here are this week?s picks. I?ll be using the point spreads from Yahoo! Sports. Feel free to include your picks for these or any other of the week?s games in the comments section. Good luck!

Tags: bears, Chiefs, giants, New York Giants, NFL, nfl picks, NY Giants, packers
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Finally, the Giants played a relevant fourth quarter. But even though it was a close game right down the wire, the outcome remained the same for the Giants as they fall to an unthinkable 0-6 with a 27-21 loss to the Chicago Bears.

Sure, Eli Manning?s two interceptions early were brutal, ugly and right on par with how he has been playing all season. He was picked off on two of his first five passes.

But Manning rebounded nicely to put the Giants in a position to orchestrate a game-winning drive.

Tags: 0-6, 1976 giants, bears, Brandon Jacobs, Brandon Myers, Eli Manning, giants, New York Giants, NFC, NFC East, NFL, NY Giants, thursday night football
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We thought this season couldn?t get any worse for the 0-4 New York Football Giants. But I guess they still found a way to surprise us.

Big Blue dropped to 0-5 Sunday with a 36-21 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, but the worst thing about this game was the Giants were actually alive for most of the way and totally blew it late.

However, three Eli Manning interceptions in the fourth quarter sealed the Giants? losing fate. He continued to add to his league-lead in interceptions with now 12.

Tags: 0-5, eagles, Eli, Eli Manning, eli manning interceptions, giants, giants 0-5, Giants-Eagles, New York Giants, NFC, NFC East, nfc least, NFL, NY Giants, SNYGiants
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Giants? offseason coordinator Kevin Gilbride was back at the drawing board this week, desperately trying to get his offensive unit going.

He said it?s been extremely challenging so far but that he and his guys will keep plugging away until something works.

?I think the thing that has been encouraging, yet disappointing, is you see glimpses, so you say we have a shot here,? Gilbride said. ?We?re just not stringing enough of them together and that?s what we have to get better at. That?s that consistency thing and that?s where if you can keep doing the same things over and over, you?re going to limit or reduce the number of errors and you have a much better chance of stringing together those eight to 10-play drives that have been very characteristic of us, but not this year.?

Tags: big blue, david wilson, Eli Manning, giants, Giants Offense, Kevin Gilbride, New York Giants, NFL, NY Giants, offense, offensive coordinator, Victor Cruz
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Each week, I will be taking a look at the Giants? media notes to pull out some interesting facts about the upcoming opponent.

The Giants hope to get into the win column Sunday at 1 p.m. when they host the Philadelphia Eagles, who have dropped three straight games after an opening week win.

The Giants pounded the Eagles 42-7 in Week 17 last season, but that game had no real meaning for either side. However, Sunday?s game has huge implications for two teams desperately trying to stay alive in a weak NFC East.

Tags: Chip Kelly, david wilson, eagles, Eli Manning, giants, Giants-Eagles, LeSean McCoy, media notes, micahel vick, New York Giants, NFC East, nfc least, NY Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, Tom Coughlin, Victor Cruz
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Each week, I will be taking a look at the Giants? media notes to pull out some interesting facts about the upcoming opponent.

The Giants look to rebound from their poor start this Sunday afternoon at 1 p.m. in Kansas City against the Chiefs.

The Giants are 10-2 in 12 regular season meetings against Kansas City. But after their 2-14 campaign last year, the Chiefs have sprinted out of the gate this season to a 3-0 start, led by familiar foe Andy Reid.

Tags: Andy Reid, Chiefs, giants, kc chiefs, media, media notes, New York Giants, NFL, NY Giants, playoffs, Tom Coughlin
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All the blame from the Giants? 38-0 blowout loss against the Carolina Panthers will be centered on the offensive line?s brutal performance in allowing Eli Manning to be sacked seven times.

But the defense also fell apart in the second half ? turning a somewhat close 17-0 halftime deficit into an insurmountable Panthers? lead.

Perry Fewell?s defense was focused all week on containing Cam Newton, just like the unit did last year in the Giants? 36-7 Week 3 win in Carolina. Newton however had other plans this go-around, as he burned Big Blue?s defense with both his arm and his legs.

Tags: Aaron Ross, Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers, defense, giants blowout loss, Giants-Panthers, New York Giants, NY Giants, panthers, Perry Fewell
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Last season, the Giants traveled to Carolina in Week 3 in desperate need of a big win. The team had split the opening two games but really had trouble finding its groove.

This year, the Giants head to Carolina in Week 3 as an 0-2 team, so they?ll try to get into the win column against an electric young quarterback: Cam Newton.

But through two weeks, Newton has been anything but electric, but that hasn?t stopped Giants? defensive coordinator Perry Fewell from preparing his defense to face the Panthers? offense.

Tags: Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers, giants, Giants-Panthers, New York Giants, NFL, NY Giants, Perry Fewell, week 3
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Giants? offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride knows that just because the Carolina Panthers? secondary may be a little banged up, that doesn?t mean Sunday?s matchup will be an automatic victory.

That?s because the Giants have struggled to an 0-2 start out of the gate, with turnovers plaguing what the team has been able to muster offensively.

The focus for Big Blue has been to try to establish a running attack, but now that Carolina will be shorthanded in the secondary, hopefully the Giants will try to exploit their opponent?s weakness.

Tags: Carolina Panthers, david wilson, eli manning kevin gilbride, Giants-Panthers, New York Giants, NY Giants
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