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Giants Get Off The Schneid With Pounding of Hapless Texans

Published on: 22nd September, 2014

Houston Texans v New York Giants
Rashad Jennings ran for career-high 176 yards

at MetLife Stadium on September 21, 2014 in East Rutherford, New Jersey.  | read this item

At some point, the pieces were going to come together for the Giants and that day was today. From start to finish they were the better team vs the Texans this afternoon, executing more crisply and overcoming some early miscues. The Texans came into the game having only surrendered 20 points over the first two […]

Goodell Makes a Mess of Press Conference, Leadership Under Deeper Scrutiny

Published on: 20th September, 2014

Ray Rice, Janay Palmer
Ray Rice and Janay Rice

In this March 11, 2013, photo, Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, left, poses with his fiancee, Janay Palmer, in Baltimore as they arrive for a screening of a new film that chronicles the team's championship NFL football season. Rice has been indicted on a charge he assaulted Palmer during an argument in an elevator at an Atlantic City, N.J., casino last month. Rice had been charged with simple assault after police said he knocked out Palmer on Feb. 15. But a grand jury Thursday, March 27, 2014, indicted him on a more serious count of aggravated assault, which carries a three-to-five-year sentence. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)  | read this item

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said Friday there have been too many recent examples of the NFL “doing wrong” and “that starts with me,” and followed it up with a goal of implementing new personal conduct policies by the Super Bowl. Goodell was short on specifics for a new policy. More defiant than contrite as he […]

Mandel’s Musings – Rex Ryan is Smiling for a Reason While Coughlin Knows 2014 Could Be His Last Stand

Published on: 24th July, 2014

Seubert and O'Hara
The Giants will wish they had these guys back  | read this item

New York — Here we are, in the midst of a July heat wave in the New York metropolitan area. Near 90s, high humidity, sweaty subways and buses. What’s the thing most young, strong, athletic guys think about when the conditions get this oppressive? Right! The start of football training camps, of course. And here […]

Football Giants Sign Hillis to Shore Up Terrible Backfield Situation; Coughlin Shouldn’t Have To End Career Like This

Published on: 16th October, 2013

Peyton Hillis
Former Madden video game cover boy is back in NFL  | read this item

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – – The Giants today filled the vacancy on their roster and in their offensive backfield by signing former 1,000-yard rusher Peyton Hillis. Hillis, a 6-1, 245-pound six-year veteran, has played for Denver, Cleveland and Kansas City. He was also in training camp this summer with Tampa Bay. “I’m coming in with […]

Pressure cooker’s on for Manning

Published on: 28th February, 2010

Pressure cooker's on for Manning  | read this item

Giants’ success hinges on signal-caller’s shoulders East Rutherford, N.J. — As the 32 NFL teams open their training camps this week, the big question surrounding the Giants as they begin their 82nd season in the NFL remains eerily similar to that which faced this team before the 2006 training camp commenced: Will Eli Manning finally […]