1. New York Giants: Building a 2013 Free Agent Shopping List Around Projected Cap

    The New York Giants do not usually like to make a big splash in free agency. General manager Jerry Reese builds his team around solid draft classes, preferring to develop homegrown ...

    Kevin Boilard Written by Kevin Boilard about over 1 year ago 6,609 reads 30 comments

  2. New York Giants: 5 Bold Post-Bye Week Predictions

    In lieu of a Weekend Wrap-Up article, I decided to put together some bold predictions during the New York Giants ’ bye week. The team now has six games to solidify its identity, as the playoff race is just around the corner...

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  3. 3 Personnel Changes New York Giants Must Make During Bye Week

    Over the bye week, the New York Giants will have plenty of time to mull over the ailments that have caused the team to drop its past two games. Neither side of the ball has played particularly well as of late...

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  4. Projecting Odds for Every Playoff Seed for New York Giants

    Through 10 games, the New York Giants have posted a 6-4 record, which is good enough for a two-game lead in the NFC East. If the regular season were to end today , the Giants would earn a No...

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  5. Week 10: New York Giants Weekend Wrap-Up

    Welcome to the fourth installment of New York Giants Weekend Wrap-Up . Be sure to click through this weekend’s slideshow to catch up on the latest events, quotes and anecdotes about Big Blue...

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  6. Breaking Down New York Giants' Salary Cap Scenario Heading into 2013

    There may be eight more weeks of the regular season and an entire month of postseason play left to go in 2012, but it’s never too soon to start looking toward the future...

    Kevin Boilard Written by Kevin Boilard about over 1 year ago 7,365 reads 28 comments

  7. New York Giants vs. Pittsburgh Steelers: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis

    The New York Giants (6-3) led the Steelers (5-3) by ten points heading into the fourth quarter, but Pittsburgh eventually came out on top, 24-20...

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  8. Week 9: New York Giants Weekend Wrap-Up

    Welcome to the third edition of Weekend Wrap-Up . Make sure you click through this weekend’s slideshow to catch up on this past week’s most important events, quotes and anecdotes...

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  9. Mark Herzlich: Backup MLB May Get a Taste of Starting Gig

    During training camp this summer, Mark Herzlich and Chase Blackburn , both former undrafted free agents, were neck and neck in the race for the New York Giants ’ starting middle linebacker position...

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  10. New York Giants Look to Avoid Familiar Second-Half Collapse in 2012

    The New York Giants are 6-2 for the sixth time since Tom Coughlin took over as the team’s head coach in 2004. While two of those seasons (2007 and 2011) have ended in Super Bowl glory, the rest have had less memorable endings...

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  11. Giants vs. Cowboys: New York's Biggest Winners, Losers from Week 8

    It certainly was not pretty, but the New York Giants captured their sixth win of the season against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday...

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  12. Week 8: New York Giants Weekend Wrap-Up

    Welcome to the second installment of Weekend Wrap-Up . If you missed last week’s introductory article , the Weekend Wrap-Up is designed to fill you in on all the midweek events, quotes and anecdotes that may have slipped by unnoticed...

    Kevin Boilard Written by Kevin Boilard about over 1 year ago 1,375 reads 1 comments

  13. New York Giants: 4 Things We Know About the Team's 'Jekyll and Hyde' Defense

    The New York Giants defense has been difficult to predict this season. I can personally attest to this—two weeks ago, I predicted that the Giants defense would not be able ...

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  14. New York Giants Midseason Report Card for Every Positional Unit

    With the first seven games of the season already in the past, the New York Giants have a 5-2 record heading into the season's midpoint...

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  15. Week 7: New York Giants Weekend Wrap-Up

    Six weeks have already passed us by and the season is showing no signs of slowing down. The Giants are off to a solid 4-2 start , but they will try to capture their first divisional win of the season against the Washington Redskins this Sunday...

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  16. New York Giants' New-Look Defensive Front Will Dominate in Coming Weeks

    Just when everyone thought they had the Giants ’ defense figured out, defensive coordinator Perry Fewell threw a few new wrinkles into the plan...

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  17. Diagnosing New York Giants' Struggling Red-Zone Offense

    The New York Giants have had no trouble putting up points so far this season; they have averaged nearly 30 points per game. However, many of their points have either been off big plays or the foot of kicker Lawrence Tynes...

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  18. New York Giants off to Best and Worst Starts

    With a 4-2 record, the Giants as a whole have gotten off to a very good start. However, while many New York players have thrived during the team’s recent success, others have struggled to pull their weight...

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  19. Why Giants Defense Does Not Stand a Chance Against Revamped 49ers Offense

    Yes, the Giants are 3-2 on the season, but the three teams they have beaten so far have combined for only two wins. Big blue will face a much tougher challenge when they travel to San Francisco on Sunday...

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  20. New York Giants: 5 Grittiest Players Through First 5 Games

    For a team that is only one game above .500 , the New York Giants have had to show a great deal of determination to get to where they are today...

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  21. How New York Giants Can Get to Double-Digit Wins

    Finishing the season with double-digit victories doesn’t necessarily guarantee a postseason appearance. Think back to the 2010 season ; the Giants lost two of their last three games, finishing just shy of the playoffs with a 10-6 record...

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  22. New York Giants: 4 Position Competitions to Watch Against the Browns and Beyond

    For yet another season, the New York Giants have been hobbled by injuries. The team’s injury report against the Browns has reached 13 players, a season high...

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  23. New York Giants: Why Rocky Bernard Injury Will Hurt Most vs. Cleveland Browns

    The Giants will be missing a few key players when they host the winless Cleveland Browns in Week 5, including high-profile players like wide receiver Hakeem Nicks and strong safety Kenny Phillips...

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  24. Rueben Randle: Why New York's Rookie Receiver Is Not Ready to Make an Impact

    Just over a month ago, we were debating who the Giants ’ third wide receiver should be. With Mario Manningham settling into the Bay Area, the Giants were left without a tertiary ...

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  25. The Good, Bad and Ugly of the Giants' First 4 Games of the Season

    Through four games this season, the Giants have already experienced some significant ups and downs. They started off the 2012 season on a sour note by falling to the Dallas Cowboys on opening night...

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