1. NFC Power Rankings: Week 13

    1. Saints (11-0) In thoroughly dispatching of the Patriots, Drew Brees has put himself in front of the pack for the MVP award. That may be hotly debated, but one thing is for sure: The Saints are the odds-on favorite to win the NFC...

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  2. New York Giants Embarrass Themselves Vs. Denver Broncos

    How many times in one year can I say "this is the worst I've seen the Giants look in years." Apparently at least four times. The Giants continued their mid-season swoon, and have now dropped five of their last six...

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  3. New York-Denver: Keys To a Giants Victory

    1. Cover Brandon Marshall Brandon Marshall is an absolute beast. The Giants secondary did a nice job of covering a banged up Roddy White, but Marshall is a different animal. At 6'4", 230 pounds, Marshall is one of the toughest men to cover...

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  4. NFC Power Rankings: Week 12!

    NFC Teams Only! 1. Saints (10-0) Drew Brees played mistake free for the first time in four weeks (seven interceptions since Week Seven), tossing three touchdown passes and no interceptions...

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  5. New York-Atlanta: Game Balls and Notes from the Giants' Overtime Win

    There was a definite feeling of "here we go again" when Eli Manning had his duck of a pass intercepted on the first drive. But after that, Eli probably had his best game of the year, in the most important game to date...

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  6. NY Giants vs. Atanta Falcons: Five Keys Moves to Beating Atlanta

    1. Run the Ball Last week, the Carolina Panthers rushed for 185 yards on 34 carries, a 5.4 average. Their top two running backs combined for 30 carries, 174 yards, and two touchdowns...

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  7. NFC Playoff Picture: Nine Teams, Four Spots Remain

    With the NFC South and NFC North all but locked up, there are four remaining playoff births up for grabs in the NFC. While divisional leaders Dallas and Arizona have the upper hand, their hard work is not nearly over...

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  8. NFC Power Rankings: Week 11

    1. Saints (9-0) It's a bit worrisome that they had to battle it out for 60 minutes to beat the lowly Rams, but they got the win. They've done enough to prove they are elite, and in two weeks, they'll get another chance to prove it against the Patriots...

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  9. New York Mets: An Outside The Box Offseason Plan

    With recent talk that the Mets may not be spending on a top tier free agent, many Mets fans have begun speculating which second tier free agents or trade targets may be a fit...

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  10. Six Reasons To Be Optimistic About The New York Giants

    After four straight losses—each more painful than the last—Giants fans have a right to be pessimistic. After two blowouts and two games that they let slip through their hands, the Giants let their lead in the NFC East slip away as well...

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  11. NFC Power Rankings: Week 10!

    1. Saints (8-0) Won by double digits despite a big early deficit. It is good to see them overcoming adversity, but it is also concerning trend. They’re still the odds on favorite...

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  12. Kevin Gilbride, Giants Lose Fourth in a Row

    As the Giants got to the line, up three points with just over three minutes left at the Chargers’ four-yard line, something just didn’t feel right...

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  13. NFC First-Half Pro Bowlers

    With the first eight weeks in the books, we are now roughly half way through the 2009 NFL season. I decided to set out and determine what the NFC Pro Bowl team would look like if the season ended today...

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  14. NFC Power Rankings: Week Nine

    1. Saints (7-0) When their offense isn't scoring touchdowns, their defense is. But their offense is always scoring touchdowns. (Last Week: 1) 2...

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  15. Philadelphia Eagles Send New York Giants Into Free Fall

    This was easily one of the most embarrassing games of the decade. What was hyped up as part one in a great New York vs. Philadelphia doubleheader quickly turned into a stinker...

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  16. Beating the Philadelphia Eagles: Five Keys to a New York Giants Victory

    1. Pressure McNabb Yep, for probably the 40th time in a row, the No. 1 key is blitzing the quarterback. Donovan McNabb has been one of the worst passers this season when blitzed, with a minuscule 39...

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  17. NFC Power Rankings: Week Eight

    1. Saints (6-0) They didn't play great, but they turned a 21 point deficit into a 12 point win. With the Vikings' loss, they are unquestionably the NFC's elite right now. (Last Week: 1) 2...

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  18. Arizona Cardinals Prove New York Giants Are Not Elite

    For the second week in a row, the Giants were outplayed by a quality NFC opponent. And for the second week in a row, Giants fans and players are re-evaluating their team...

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  19. New York Giants: Keys to Beating the Arizona Cardinals

    1. Rush The Quarterback It may sound like a broken record, but the No. 1 priority every week is rushing the QB. We all saw what happened last week when the Giants couldn’t get a sniff of Drew Brees...

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  20. Giants Embarassed By Saints: Game Balls and Game Notes

    Drew Brees and the Saints, in beating the Giants 48-27, really exposed the Giants’ pass defense, piling up 360 yards and moving the ball at will all day. - Some of the problems with the Giants’ defense can be fixed...

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  21. NFC Power Rankings: Week Seven

    1. Saints (5-0) Is it too early to start comparing this offense to the 2007 Patriots? Maybe, so I won’t go that far. But I will say that the Saints are easily the best team in the NFC right now, maybe the NFL...

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  22. New York Giants Keys to Beating the New Orleans Saints

    Pressure Drew Brees The Saints’ offensive line is allowing one sack per game, which is one of the reason Drew Brees has a 108.4 quarterback rating...

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  23. NFC Power Rankings: Week Five

    1. Giants (5-0) They dominated a weak Raiders team and stayed healthy for a change. Eli Manning looked great, and the passing attack is for real. Their game against the Saints could determine the early favorite for NFC home field advantage...

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  24. New York Giants Obliterate Oakland Raiders: Game Notes and Game Balls

    This game can be summed up in this anecdote: At one point in the game I noticed the Giants had 175 more passing yards than the Raiders. This wouldn’t have been so strange, except for the fact that the Giants had 173 passing yards at the time...

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  25. New York Giants First Quarter Report Cards

    The Giants have finished the the first quarter of the season at a perfect 4-0. But while the record is spotless, there have been both good and bad things to talk about so far. I will now examine the best and worst performances of the season thus far...

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