1. NFC Power Rankings: Week 4

    1. Giants (4-0) Still number one, but the injuries may begin to take their toll. An already banged up defense lost the emerging star Michael Boley for a few weeks and now Kevin Boss and Eli Manning are hurt...

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  2. Did the Detroit Tigers Just Choke Worse Than the 2007 New York Mets?

    As former Met Carlos Gomez slid face first into home plate to send the Minnesota Twins past the Detroit Tigers into the playoffs and into the lion's den that is Yankee Stadium, one thought ...

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  3. Giants Rip Chiefs: Game Balls and Game Notes

    By beating the Kansas City Chiefs by a score of 27-16, the Giants are now 18-3 in their last 21 road games. To quote ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt, “That’s stupidity...

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  4. Five Keys To Beating The Kansas City Chiefs

    1. Stop Larry Johnson The former Penn State superstar is not the player he used to be. In fact, he’s a shell of his former self, at the tender age of 29. His yards per carry is a sad 2...

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  5. Final Thoughts on the Giants' Bludgeoning of the Buccaneers

    Is there really anything more to say about the Giants’ bludgeoning of the Bucs? Probably not, but I’ll give it a try anyway. The offensive game ball goes to Ahmad Bradshaw, who gained 104 yards on 14 carries for a spectacular 7...

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  6. NFC Power Rankings: Week 3

    1. Giants (3-0) - Not much to say about their 24-0 drubbing of the Bucs. Just gotta stay healthy. (Last Week: 1) 2. Saints (3-0) - Drew Brees was held in check, and the Saints still handled the Bills on the road...

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  7. Flozell Adams: The 34 Year Old Kindergartner

    What more is there to say about Flozell Adams' "bush league" tripping penalty that injured Justin Tuck? ...I better choose my words carefully. The play, in which Adams tripped Justin Tuck after he had been beaten by him, is symbolic of Adams as a player

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  8. Giants Spoil Cowboys' Billion Dollar Party

    The New York Giants defeated the Dallas Cowboys in Jerry Jones' new infinity dollar stadium by a score of 33-31. Last week I ranked the top ten games of this rivalry since the turning of the millennium...

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  9. NFC Power Rankings: Week 2

    1. Giants (2-0) – They had trouble establishing and stopping the run, but they won a big game against a good team in a tough environment. The receivers sure don’t look like a weakness to me...

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  10. Top 10 Cowboys vs. Giants Games of the Millennium

    Cowboys Vs. Giants. One of the great rivalries in all of sports. Sunday, September 20th, the Cowboys will host the Giants as they debut their new, 1.2 billion dollar Cowboy Stadium on Sunday Night Football...

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  11. NFC Power Rankings: Week 1

    1. Giants- With the return of Osi Umenyiora, they may have the top offensive and defensive lines in the league. The receivers looked average at worst...

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  12. Giants Dominate Redskins Again Despite Tight Score

    For the second year in a row, the Giants opened with a victory at home against the division rival Washington Redskins. And for the second year in a row, the Giants absolutely dominated, despite the tight final score...

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  13. Giants-Redskins: Five Keys To Beating Washington

    1. Stop Portis When game planning for the Washington Redskins, it all starts with Clinton Portis. Although he's been around for what feels like 10 years (this will be his eighth year), he is only 28 years old...

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  14. Five Giant Predictions! Plus Five Things That Won't Happen

    Before every season, there's always one buffoon who decides to make some bold predictions that end up being way off by the end of the season. Today, I get to be that buffoon. Some of these predictions are bolder than others...

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  15. How the New York Giants' 53-Man Roster Should Look! Plus Preseason Finale Notes

    I'll get to my suggested 53-man roster in a bit, but first... Preseason Game Four Notes: Well the receivers certainly looked like, dare I say, NFL caliber receivers. It didn't hurt that they were playing against the Pats' second teamers...

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  16. Giants Vs. Patriots Preseason Preview: What to Watch For

    1. Derek Hagan Vs. Sinorice Moss One of these two receivers will not make the team. Hagan has been great in practice and had a solid game against the Jets, and I doubt the Giants would risk trying to put him on their practice squad...

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  17. New York, New York Preseason Game: Giants Receivers Drop Ball

    As John Madden says in his best-selling video game: "If the ball hits you in the hands, you gotta catch it." Giants fans everywhere got flashes of last season when Steve Smith dropped a deep would-be touchdown pass on Saturday night against the Jets...

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  18. Giants Mid-Preseason Stock Watch

    As the Giants prepare to take on their not-that-bitter in-state rival Jets, the preseason has reached it's halfway point...

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  19. New York Giants vs Chicago Bears: Preaseason Nightmare

    I just wasted a Saturday night. I don't remember ever being so disgruntled and disgusted after a preseason game. I won't question the team's desire, but it often looked like the players wanted no part of tackling or blocking Bears players...

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  20. New York Giants Vs. Chicago Bears Preseason Preview: What to Watch For

    1. Secondary Chicago quarterback Jay Cutler will be out to show that his poor performance in his first game as a Bear was a fluke. I expect to see the Bears give Cutler a handful of chances to pass the ball...

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  21. The New York Giants First Preseason Game: Initial Reactions

    That may have been the most exciting NFL preseason game of all-time. Mario Manningham was impressive on his first punt return. He looked faster than I remember. He also looked great on the 13-yard pass that was negated due to penalty...

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  22. New York Giants vs. Carolina Panthers Preseason Preview: What to Watch For

    The Giants get their 2009 preseason started on Monday night against the Panthers on ESPN (8:15 PM EST), a rematch of the best game of the 2008 NFL regular season...

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  23. Giant Glut of Defensive Linemen: The Tackles

    Last week, I discussed why the Giants' defensive line could be the best in the NFL. A combination of Justin Tuck, Osi Umenyiora, and Mathias Kiwanuka gives the Giants a tantalizing trio of sack masters...

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  24. Giant Glut Of Defensive Linemen: The Defensive Ends

    It wouldn't be an exaggeration to say that the New York Giants have the deepest and most talented defensive line in all of the NFL...

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  25. Top 16 Rookie WR Seasons of the Decade

    People always warns fans not to expect much out of rookie wide receivers, and there is some weight to this statement. Wide receiver is one of the toughest positions for rookies to pick up in the NFL...

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