1. Packers vs. Giants: Final Player Grades for New York

    Eli Manning threw his 200th career touchdown pass while the New York Giants sacked Aaron Rodgers five times Sunday. Big Blue topped the Green Bay Packers at MetLife Stadium by a 38-10 final, ending a two-game skid and improving to 7-4 on the season...

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  2. Packers vs. Giants: Drawing a Game Plan for New York's Pass Rush to Come to Life

    Last year, the New York pass rush was inescapable. This year, it has vanished without a whimper. Sitting on a two-game losing streak and readying for Aaron Rodgers and the red-hot ...

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  3. Breaking Down Where Eli Manning Needs to Sharpen Up over Bye Week

    It's been a wild start to 2012 for the New York Giants , who sit atop the NFC East despite losing two straight games...

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  4. Giants vs. Bengals: Instant Grades and Analysis for New York

    We're final at Paul Brown Stadium, where the New York Giants fell to the Cincinnati Bengals by a 31-13 mark Sunday...

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  5. Re-Drafting New York Giants' 2012 Draft After First Half of NFL Season

    We've burned through the first half of the 2012 NFL season, and there's no denying the impact made by this year's rookies. April's No...

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  6. Steelers vs. Giants: Final Report Cards, Player Grades for New York

    With emotions running high at MetLife Stadium, the Pittsburgh Steelers knocked off the New York Giants by a 24-20 mark Sunday...

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  7. Giants vs. Cowboys: Final Report Card, Player Grades for New York

    For a second, it looked like Dez Bryant and the Dallas Cowboys pulled off the impossible. The speedy wide receiver appeared to have hauled in a game-winning 37-yard Hail Mary from ...

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  8. Breaking Down Eli Manning's Form at NFL Midseason Mark

    Last year, New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning spent Sundays trying to lead his G-Men past a November slump and attempting to vindicate his status as one of the league's elite passers...

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  9. Redskins vs. Giants: Final Report Card, Player Grades for New York

    The New York Giants forced four turnovers and wideout Victor Cruz caught a 77-yard touchdown bomb to top Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins Sunday...

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  10. Redskins vs. Giants: 10 Keys to the Game for New York

    Fresh off a 26-3 throttling of the San Francisco 49ers , Eli Manning and Co. are set to host the Washington Redskins Sunday...

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  11. Giants vs. 49ers: Final Report Card, Player Grades for New York

    In what was dubbed as "America's game of the week," the New York Giants didn't allow a single sack, ran for 151 yards and scored 26 unanswered points, topping the San Francisco 49ers Sunday...

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  12. New York Giants: Updated Game-by-Game Outlook for 2012

    It's been a wild start to the 2012 season for the New York Giants , who have seen some exciting highs chased by precipitous lows...

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  13. Browns vs. Giants: Final Report Card, Player Grades for New York

    Behind three touchdown grabs from wideout Victor Cruz and 243 yards of total rushing, the New York Giants topped the winless Cleveland Browns Sunday by a 41-27 final...

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  14. Grading New York Giants' Positional Units at 1st-Quarter Mark

    It's been a serpentine start to 2012 for the New York Giants , who stumbled to 2-2 after a Sunday night loss to the Philadelphia Eagles ...

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  15. Giants vs. Eagles: Final Report Card, Player Grades for New York

    Despite a 309-yard, two-touchdown effort from quarterback Eli Manning, the New York Giants fell to the Philadelphia Eagles by a 19-17 mark Sunday...

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  16. Giants vs. Panthers: Final Report Card, Player Grades for New York

    No Hakeem Nicks? No Ahmad Bradshaw? No problem for the New York Giants , who improved to 2-1 with a 36-7 thumping of the Carolina Panthers on Thursday night. Eli Manning churned out a 110...

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  17. Buccaneers vs. Giants: Final Report Card, Player Grades for New York

    Another fourth quarter, another heart-stopper for Eli Manning and the defending Super Bowl champs. The New York Giants scooped up their first win of 2012 with a 25-point fourth ...

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  18. New York Giants: 5 Questions Left Unanswered After Week 1

    It was a rough start to the season for the New York Giants , who fell on the wrong side of a 24-17 clash with the Dallas Cowboys on Wednesday night...

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  19. Cowboys vs. Giants: Final Report Card, Player Grades for New York

    For the first time in nine years, the defending Super Bowl champions will start the season with a loss. The Dallas Cowboys , behind a three-TD performance from quarterback Tony ...

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  20. Grading the New York Giants' 53-Man Roster

    Here we go. After months of ferverous anticipation, a sultry summer of training camp and four preseason tune-ups, the New York Giants have found a 53-man roster to defend the Lombardi Trophy with...

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  21. Patriots vs. Giants: Final Report Cards, Player Grades for New York

    The New York Giants closed the books on their 2012 preseason, topping the New England Patriots at MetLife Stadium. Big Blue claimed a 6-3 win over the Pats behind a dominant defensive performance...

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  22. 5 Injured Players the Giants Will Miss the Most This Year

    The injury bug has been feverishly buzzing around the New York Giants this summer, leaving Big Blue with a dearth of able bodies on the defensive side of the ball...

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  23. 2012 NFL Preseason: One Thing to Watch for in Every Week 3 Game

    With two weeks of the NFL preseason already in the books, all 32 teams will take another test run this weekend...

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  24. Adrian Gonzalez: 5 Teams That Could Make Waiver Play at Star First Baseman

    The Boston Red Sox have placed three-time Gold Glove first baseman Adrian Gonzalez on baseball's waiver wire, according to reports from Sean McAdam of CSNNE.com...

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  25. College Basketball's Best and Worst Players Turned Head Coaches

    They say "those who can't do, teach," yet time after time, head coaching vacancies in top college programs are filled by one-time hardwood stars. Today, dozens of sidelines are paced by former NCAA players...

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