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- "The Giants lost this one to the Cowboys, but all they'll be talking about
is Odell Beckham Jr. spectacular catch and that you'll have to watch out for the
Giants next year."
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the Giants have lost six straight games, but the Cowboys really had to earn this
one. You have to give credit where credit is due to both teams. The Giants almost
nailed it and even though they lost to a team that seems to be on a mission this
year, they showed that they can still be still a team you don't want to go up
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- A Great Catch, but a Victory Is Just Out of Reach.
- The Giants might be heroes, but Cowboys are winners.
- Romo set stage for Cowboys' most riveting game, win of season.
- Huff, McCoy lead Eagles past Titans 43-24. - More.
- Carlos Hyde's fourth-quarter TD lifts Niners over Redskins, 17-13. - More.
(3-7) vs Cowboys (7-3)
Last week the Cowboys were on a bye coming off
a 31-17 win against the Jaguars in London. Tony Romo, sidelined for one week because
of a back injury, played in that game and threw three touchdowns.
Eagles losing, the Giants could have moved up a notch last week in front of all
their home fans. They even scored a rare opening drive touchdown, and could have
beaten the 49ers with just a few more good plays, but instead lost 16-10.
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Donnell remembers the game. He remembers the fumble. He remembers the tears
he cried after both of them. The Giants' young tight end is having a breakout
season, on pace to break the franchise record for touchdown receptions at his
position and getting closer to the team mark for most catches in a season by a
tight end. It's been a year of incredible highs for him. And the low. In Dallas,
just over a month ago.
Donnell is the biggest surprise on the Giants' roster,
and one of the biggest enigmas in the NFL. He's on an up-and-down roller coaster
between acrobatic catches and maddening drops, between good Larry and bad Larry.
Which one will show up Sunday night against archrival Dallas? In his last game,
Donnell caught a touchdown pass, but couldn't hold on to a potential game-winning
score late in the fourth quarter, as the Giants failed to score four straight
times from near the goal line.
night's meeting with the Cowboys at MetLife Stadium is the final prime-time
appearance for the Giants - you think any network wants to flex the kickoff time
for this team in the coming weeks? - and it is, mercifully, the last time a national
audience has to be subjected to what this franchise has become.
it unnerve John Mara that the Giants seem to play their worst at the most
crucial times? In the fourth quarters of their losses, the Giants have been outscored
by 70-28. And what if a bad streak by the Giants becomes a free fall? What if
they struggle to win five games? Outside the Giants' headquarters and practice
complex, the voices calling for Tom Coughlin's firing are mounting. In Las Vegas,
the betting odds give him less than a 50 percent chance of keeping his job.
you written off the Giants' chances of making the playoffs this season? Jason
Pierre-Paul hasn't. "I think we can run the table," the fifth-year defensive end
said after practice Friday. "I promise you, I honestly do. I think we can run
the table. We did it before -- with a whole group of guys that was different.
We got a different group of guys now, and I'm pretty sure we can do it, you know
what I mean?
may have been the final wild statement Pierre-Paul will ever make before a
Cowboys game. And boy, was it wild. Just when you thought the Giants were done
with wild playoff promises for 2014, here's one more from JPP. The underproductive
defensive end said he believes 3-7 Big Blue can win its last six games and find
a way to sneak into the playoffs.
what you want about the Giants' new offensive boss. McAdoo's a confident fella.
"I'm not going to stand up here and apologize for the play calling," McAdoo said.
"I think that I will take those matchups any day of the week. I'd take them last
week and I'll take them again this week," he added. I like it. McAdoo's comments
were bold, firm, filled with conviction.
Raiders won on Thursday night, holding off the Chiefs for the first Oakland
victory of the season. It was also the Raiders' first win since last November,
ending what had become the NFL's longest active streak without having tasted success.
So who holds that dishonor now? Do you really have to ask? Actually, the Giants
are one of two teams currently on a five-game losing streak, the longest active
one in the NFL right now. The Panthers have lost five in a row, too.
Tuck's quick thinking saved Raiders' first win. The Raiders - more than a
year since their last previous victory - nearly blew their first win of the season
Thursday night over the Kansas City Chiefs, and had it not been for the alertness
of former Giants defensive end Justin Tuck, the misery in Oakland might have continued.
Tuck reminded the world where he came from Thursday night. That he was raised
and schooled in a certain professional culture that remains central to who he
is, even as everyone else around him opts for floppy clown shoes instead of cleats.
Credit Tuck, yes: He's the one who kept his head, who made the T with his hands,
who rescued the Raiders.
Gilbride: Tom Coughlin will resurrect Giants again. He's always been good
at being disciplined and staying focused, and keeping guys plugged in to the things
that matter. We started 0-6 last season and turned that whole thing around at
the end. That was a testament to Tom and his staff, and I expect it to happen
shrug, bundle up and make their way to Detroit. The NFL. considered ease of
travel for Bills fans and tried to preserve some of the team's geographic advantage
before moving the game against the Jets to Detroit on Monday night.
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McAdoo has no regrets when it comes to the three fade passes the Giants threw
Sunday after reaching the 49ers' 4-yard line and having first-and-goal.
would never have been questioned had the Giants scored a touchdown. Monday,
Coughlin said, "After looking at the tape, I think two of those balls should
have been caught." He was referring to the passes thrown to Randle and Donnell.
one is pulling the plug on the union of Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and the
Giants. But what not long ago was considered a free-agent coup is now almost an
afterthought amid a season gone awry.
big-ticket free-agent acquisition hasn't played a full game since late September
and has been rotating in and out of the secondary with what the Giants call a
back and hamstring issue.
a tense, tenuous time when our flagship franchise is nearing a crossroads,
the franchise quarterback stands taller than ever as the most indispensable Giant.
Whether Tom Coughlin is their coach or not in 2015 and beyond, the Giants need
Eli Manning to be their franchise quarterback in 2015 and beyond.
has one year left on his contract after this year and is scheduled to make
$17 million in salary in 2015. The Giants could sign him to an extension this
coming offseason. Manning said he's not worried about his contract situation and
that he's still enjoying football, in spite of the tough stretch the Giants are
enduring right now.
Jets practiced Thursday without knowing when and where they would play Buffalo.
Finally, hours after they left the field, the NFL announced that Sunday's Jets-Bills
game has been moved to Detroit and will be played Monday night at 7.
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the Giants have yet to play at home against an NFC East opponent, making this
the first game this season at MetLife Stadium for the Cowboys, Redskins or Eagles
- the teams that always bring out the most fevered passion, in victory and defeat.
the first 11 weeks of the season, teams coming off the bye have posted a 10-16
record. In case you forgot, the Cowboys are coming off their bye and play the
Giants on Sunday. What the bye week offers up in rest it might take away in game
wasn't a exactly a stinging rebuke, but given Eli Manning's history of keeping
his interviews as vanilla as possible, it was still a shot across the bow. When
asked if he heard that his old teammate Tiki Barber had said on the radio that
the Giants are "not listening to Tom Coughlin any more." Manning gave the perfect
days after Barber went on the radio and said the Giants should fire Tom Coughlin,
Eli Manning told everyone exactly what Big Blue thinks of its big-mouthed former
running back. And they don't think much of him. "That's very nice of him,"
Manning said. "It's good to hear from Ol' Tiki."
Coughlin laments missed 76-yard touchdown to Odell Beckham Jr. in Giants loss.
Rookie wide receiver Odell Beckham could've had an even bigger impact on Sunday's
deserves one more shot at turning the Giants back into winners, but some changes
- including bringing back Steve Spagnuolo have to occur. Coughlin is very loyal
to his assistants, but he should replace defensive coordinator Perry Fewell.
of the bigger decisions facing the Giants this offseason is the one they must
make about Eli Manning. He has one year left on his contract with a nonguaranteed
base salary of $17 million and a salary-cap charge of $19.75 million for 2015.
the offensive meltdown that led to the latest loss, Antrel Rolle sounded moderately
upbeat Tuesday when asked if he believes the Giants can run the table and win
their remaining six games. "Absolutely, I think it's a possibility."
record says one thing. But the Giants continue to firmly believe another thing,
which just may be as damning as anything about this lost season. Meet your New
York Giants, that's less mediocre and more painfully underachieving.
constant for the Giants as they confront their third consecutive season without
a playoff berth has been their inability to generate an effective running game
behind a poor, if not woeful, offensive line.
Giants are 3-7, their worst record through 10 games since 1998. The season
is pretty much over. And once again, it can be tied back to those five bodies
up front. The Giants thought they had fixed the problem.
Barber picks fight with Gary Myers on ex-NY Giants' CBS Radio morning show.
Bradshaw: Minnesota Vikings' Adrian Peterson should sue Roger Goodell.
Coughlin, Eli Manning say Giants should have scored, beaten 49ers. Some fans
wanted to see the Giants try to run the ball, and/or show more creativity in terms
of the passing plays. But head coach Tom Coughlin and quarterback Eli Manning
defended the play-calling sequence Monday.
now infamous three fades and an interception is playing on loop in Giants
coach Tom Coughlin's head. Over and over and over it never stops. It's football
torture. "Sure, why wouldn't it?" Coughlin said. "The ball is on the 4-yard line.
You have a chance to win the game. Somebody make a play. "Get the ball in the
end zone and you win. Yeah, I'll remember that one."
they are officially eliminated in the coming days or weeks, they will become
just the second team ever to go from the Super Bowl to three straight years without
making the playoffs. From the penthouse to the you-know-what with three flushes.
rewind: How Jerry Reese is failing Eli Manning. Here's another prize delivered
to the Giants this holiday season from general manager Jerry Reese: Charles Brown,
now playing right tackle. Or, more accurately, not playing right tackle. This
is the depth Reese provided for his $100 million franchise quarterback. He's 6-foot-5
and 300 pounds, only 27 years old, originally a second-round pick out of USC.
Problem is, he can't play. "
lineman Charles Brown was not pleased with his performance on Sunday against
the San Francisco 49ers. The backup offensive lineman entered the game in the
second quarter, replacing right tackle Justin Pugh, who left the game with a strained
quadriceps muscle and didn't return. The Niners game was Brown's first extensive
action all season.
the Giants' rushing woes, perhaps we shouldn't have been shocked that running
back Rashad Jennings stayed on the field for nearly every snap against the San
Francisco 49ers. But with Jennings clearly still rusty after a six-week layoff,
it was certainly surprising that his backup, rookie Andre Williams barely saw
speculated what the Giants should do with Coughlin, if they should fire him
or nudge him into retirement or demand that he make massive changes, but the premise
should be reversed. The Giants shouldn't get rid of Coughlin. He should get rid
of them. Honestly, why would he want to coach them beyond 2014? This is a team
that needs a major overhaul, one that already lacked depth and talent thanks to
GM Jerry Reese's decisions before it was devastated with injuries. .
lose to San Francisco16-10 |
Barber thinks Tom Coughlin should be fired. "[The Giants players are] not
listening to Tom Coughlin anymore," Barber said. "As much as we want to pass the
buck, 'Oh, it was the offensive coordinator, let's get rid of Kevin Gilbride and
bring in Ben McAdoo. 'Oh, now it's the defensive coordinator, so maybe it's time
to get rid of Perry Fewell. At some point, it trickles uphill and it's got to
be Tom Coughlin's responsibility. I've held off on saying this, but it is time
for them to make a change."
Parcells says he still has 'a lot of faith' in Giants' Tom Coughlin. I think
he's a terrific coach. I think his record is pretty darn good. ... When you do
the things that they've been doing, giving up a lot of points, turning the ball
over ... you know, you are not going to win in the NFL. It doesn't make any difference
then who is coaching ... The team is not very good and everybody is upset and
that's just what happens."
The Game: Game
- "It's hard to believe that the Giants defense gave up only 16 points and
we lost. Then again it's also hard to believe that Eli Manning threw 5 interceptions
and we lost by just 6 points."
Mikefan. - "The
mistakes made all the difference, but the Giants almost overcame them and could
have won this game. Close, as they say (if you're old enough) but no cigar. With
five minutes left the Giants had four chances to go ahead if they could punch
the ball in from the San Francisco 4 yard line, but couldn't make that happen.
Actually there were no rushing attempts to 'punch the anything in'. Manning threw
three incomplete passes and then threw his fifth interception, "
- Rapid Reaction: San Francisco 16, Giants
- Tom Coughlin comparing fiascoes.
- Giants' last-ranked defense stands up.
- As boring as it sounds, it's still all about the offensive line for Giants.
- Justin Pugh (quad) the latest injured Giant.
- Instant Analysis: San Francisco 16, Giants
- Turnovers and missed chances cost Giants vs. 49ers.
- Eli Manning throws five picks, dooms Giants in loss to 49ers.
- Giants Insider: Big Blue defense better but outcome's same.
- Odell Beckham Jr. furious after loss.
- 49ers get just enough Colin Kaepernick for win.
- Giants lose to 49ers, 16-10: Instant analysis.
- Giants report card: Play calls didn't help Eli's offense.
- Eli Manning throws five INTs as Giants sink to new low.
- Eli's picks an ugly return to 2013 debacle.
- 'We should've run' it: The play-calls that doomed the Giants.
- Coughlin's gutsy calls end in a Giants blame game.
- Odell Beckham Jr. shines again in Giants loss to 49ers | Instant analysis.
- Eli Manning is another Giant problem after his awful 5-interception game.
- What happened to Jennings and Giants' run game in loss to San Francisco?
- What made rookie Odell Beckham throw his helmet after Giants loss?
- Tom Coughlin: 'In hindsight, we should have run the ball' on Giants goal-line
- Tom Coughlin shocked by Giants 'offensive fiasco' against the San Francisco
- Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie plays with sharp pain in leg, explains game-winning
- Eli lamenting toughest 4 yards of career.
- Eli Manning tosses 5 INTs as Giants fall to Niners, 16-10.
- Eli Manning throws five interceptions in Giants' fifth loss in row.
- Eli Manning passes out anniversary gifts to 49ers defenders.
- Odell Beckham Jr. stars again in losing effort.
- Fading Giants Fail To Exploit 49ers' Slips.
- 49ers' win over the New York Giants keeps hope alive.
get hammered, 53-20, by Green Bay Packers | What it means. - More.
fall to lowly Bucs, 27-7 | Robert Griffin III sacked six times. - More.
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New Orleans had won 11 straight games in
the Superdome, but had to wait last week until the fourth quarter to take the
lead away from the 49ers for the first time in the game. Down by three points,
the 49ers needed to make a fourth-and-10 play on their last drive of the quarter
for a chance to tie things up and get to overtime. They did and went on to win
the game 27-24.
Last Sunday in Seattle the Giants held a 17-14 halftime lead
over the defending Super Bowl Champions. The score was tied going into the fourth
quarter, but the Seahawks kept coming at them with their running game and added
21 more points while holding the Giants to none, dealing them a 38-17 loss.
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at the biggest moments going back to the glory days when it was Bill Parcells
vs. Bill Walsh and Phil Simms vs. Joe Montana.
this one and it could be another December of meaningless games and job security
speculation. But can one win really make that big of a difference? "It's certainly
better than the alternative," coach Tom Coughlin said. "It would be a tremendous
boost for all of us."
all has gone wrong trying to get things right, as the Giants (3-6) have nearly
fallen off the face of the NFC East. Winning one game will not cure all that ails
this team, but at the moment winning one game almost seems impossible - given
the breakdowns, the injuries, the lack of confidence and, quite frankly, the lack
of talent on the assembled roster.
last-ranked defense can't stop anybody, and their up-and-down offense doesn't
consistently move the ball. They can't count on their steady veteran running back,
and they can't get consistent production from their supposedly dynamic defensive
end. But Antrel Rolle knows the one thing the Giants can do: Fight.
Brown has made each of his nine field-goal attempts and 24 of 24 extra-point
attempts. Sixty percent of his kickoffs have been for touchbacks and none have
been returned for more than 31 yards; the average return is 17.5 yards, the league
low. Brown, who made 17 of his last 18 field goals in 2013, has even made two
solo tackles on kickoffs.
to the second decade of Eli. It was 10 years ago this weekend that Tom Coughlin
made the decision to name rookie Eli Manning the Giants' starting quarterback.
Little did he -- or anyone else -- know at the time that it would be the last
time he would have to make such a decision.
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Coughlin was reminded of last year, when running back Andre Brown returned
in Week 10 from a broken leg. Brown had 30 carries for 115 yards in his first
game. Starter Rashad Jennings returns this Sunday after missing four games - all
losses - with a sprained MCL in his left knee. And he's ready to carry an Andre
Brown-like workload, if necessary.
a six-week absence, Jennings still leads the team in rushing yards and yards
per carry. Even with the inevitable rust of not playing at game speed for over
a month, Jennings' fresh legs should help give the offense more balance, and provide
a legitimate target in the passing game out of the backfield. In
Pierre-Paul is third in tackles for the Giants with 47 and tied for second
in sacks with 31/2. But coach Tom Coughlin says he needs more from the fifth-year
Pierre-Paul has not had the season that many expected of him in a contract
year. So is Pierre-Paul worried that his lack of big plays will affect contract
talks with the Giants in the offseason? Not so much.
Pierre-Paul made it clear Friday he doesn't consider himself a Giant for life
or dream of spending his entire career with Big Blue."If I'm here, I'm here.
If I'm not, I'm not."
Parcells sounded a lot like the team's current coach Tom Coughlin when talking
about the team's problems on defense this season on ESPN Radio with Michael Kay
and Don LaGreca. The Giants defense is currently ranked worst in the league.
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what has become another lost season for the Giants, who soon will face elimination
from playoff contention unless they go on an unexpected lengthy winning streak,
at least there is Odell Beckham Jr.
Beckham posted his first two career 100-yard games in back-to-back weeks and
got the better of Seattle's All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman on Sunday, the
attention he receives on game days is likely to increase.
Fewell, the Giants defensive coordinator whose unit is ranked dead last in
the NFL and is as much a reason as any for the team floundering at 3-6 and mired
in a current four-game losing streak, was defiant when speaking to reporters.
said, "We're going to come and compete and get us a victory on Sunday.'' At
this point, why not make such a boast? If the Giants (3-6) continue to lose, he's
likely to be one of the scapegoats who will lose his job at the end of the season.
is most troubling is that seemingly nobody on the team has any concrete answers
as to how the Giants have reached this nadir. There have been injuries, but that
does not explain away the consistent breakdowns that lead to big plays.
defense finished 27th and 31st in yards allowed in 2011 and 2012 before rising
to No. 8 last year. And if they end up in that bottom-six range again this year,
the track record could become too much to ignore.
his lengthy absence, Rashad Jennings (23) still leads the team in rushing
with 396 yards. Coach Tom Coughlin expects Jennings to play Sunday. He has averaged
4.4 yards per carry.
presence is critical this week because the Giants backfield has again been
gashed by injuries. The team placed RB Michael Cox (fractured leg) on injured
reserve and veteran backup Peyton Hillis was sent home because of the concussion
he sustained Sunday.
simplifying their defense to remedy league-worst ranking. When a defense gives
up 350 yards rushing to an opponent, there is inevitably a lot of soul-searching
to figure out how to improve the next week.
Giants rank dead last in the league in total defense and last in rushing defense,
surrendering an atrocious 144.7 rush yards per game. They haven't been much better
against the pass either, ranked 25th.
last month has been the worst stretch of defense the Giants have played. Worst
as in worse ever. It's the first time in their history they have allowed at least
423 total yards to four straight opponents.
problem with the Giants is the problem with the Yankees. Too often we see
them for what they were and not what they are. The Giants act as if it was one
interception that cost them the game in Seattle, or the fact that they couldn't
come up with a couple of loose balls in the rain.
hearing John Mara call last year's offense broken, after watching the team
overhaul its offensive staff and revamp its offensive scheme in the off-season
only to end up with the same record it had at this point last season, you can't
help but wonder how much patience is left in that ownership well.
Jennings, who spent the first six seasons of his career with the Jaguars and
Raiders and has never been in the playoffs -- never been on a team that finished
with a winning record -- said the Giants have a different attitude than some of
the other losing locker rooms he's been in.
is all going wrong. Or, at the very least, most of it is going wrong. But
Eli Manning, unlike Jason Pierre-Paul is not questioning the heart of some of
his teammates. Pride is one thing, results another.
Giants will have their chance to redeem themselves against another elusive
QB, Colin Kaepernick, and the 49ers on Sunday. Coughlin encouraged his team to
find motivation in playing for something beyond wins.
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the end of what will be his third straight year out of the playoffs and fifth
in the last six years, Coughlin should fire the Giants and gracefully retire and
leave on his terms before they have a chance to ask him to 'retire.'
hate to see Tom Coughlin go out this way, with a team that flies in the face
of so many of his good old-fashioned football values, a team that has lost its
way since Super Bowl XLVI and is staring at another meaningless December inside
an abandoned MetLife Stadium.
the Giants making a strong case to miss the playoffs for the third consecutive
season, coach Tom Coughlin is leaving no doubt who should be held accountable.
For the second time in less than a week, Coughlin said that he as the head coach
is most responsible for the Giants' failure to put together consistent performances
that result in victories.
this year's 3-6 Giants better than last year's 3-6 Giants? A lot depends on
what happens from here on out. The final seven games will tell us much more about
whether this year's 3-6 is somehow more encouraging than last year's was.
Coughlin noted that the Giants proved to be resilient after being at the same
3-6 crossroads last year to finish 7-9. Even if it is achieved, it would probably
be viewed as a hollow victory by most fans.
back Rashad Jennings, who has missed the team's last four games with a knee
sprain, is expecting to practice with the team Wednesday and return to game action
Sunday against the 49ers.
Jennings is the perfect candidate to re-energize the ground game. His 396
rushing yards are 61 more than Andre Williams has - on 23 fewer carries.
that talk about more playing time for defensive end Damontre Moore and wide
receiver Corey Washington appeared to be little more than hollow chatter. Washington,
one week after catching four balls and a touchdown pass in limited playing time,
did not log a single offensive snap in Sunday's loss to the Seahawks. Moore played
numbers don't lie. You are what the numbers and records say you are. And what
the Giants are right now is the NFL's worst defense. They're allowing 404.9 yards
per game after Sunday's disastrous performance against the run as the Seahawks
powered their way - mostly uncontested - to 350 yards rushing. Nov
lose to the Seahawks 38-17 |
The Game: Game
- "The Giants were ahead at halftime and I was hoping they would be able
to go all the way today, but sadly that didn't happen."
- "The Giants showed some spunk today and that was impressive, but they kept
falling for the same old running trick by the Seahawks."
- Rapid Reaction: Seahawks 38, Giants 17.
- Antrel Rolle: 'Worse than embarrassing.
- This time, it's the Giants' defense that's 'broken'.
- Lynch, Seahawks, ground-and-pound Giants.
- Giants' running game takes another hit'.
- Odell Beckham Jr. looks like a Giants bright spot.
- Instant Analysis: Seahawks 38, Giants 17.
- Giants defense allows historic yardage in 38-17 loss to Seahawks.
- Giants give up four Marshawn Lynch TDs, fall apart late in 38-17 loss to Seahawks.
- Giants show they are pushovers in loss to Seattle Seahawks.
- Giants season in toilet after defense is embarrassed by Seahawks running game.
- Giants Insider: Odell Beckham impresses Richard Sherman.
- Seahawks 38, Giants 17: Instant Analysis.
- Giants lose 4th straight game as Lynch, Seahawks run wild.
- Fair to question Giants' toughness, talent - and coaching.
- Giants can't control 'Beast Mode,' Seahawks rushing attack in loss.
- The lone bright spot on dismal day for Giants.
- Where it all went wrong for Eli Manning.
- Eli Manning and Tom Coughlin lament the 'ill-advised' interception in the third
- Rapid Reaction: Giants commit costly mistake, get run over by Seahawks, 38-17.
- Odell Beckham Jr. dominates Richard Sherman in Giants' loss to the Seattle Seahawks.
- Giants players explain 'embarrassing' run defense against Seahawks.
- Eli Manning and Tom Coughlin lament the 'ill-advised' interception in the third
- Giants defensive halftime adjustments? What halftime adjustments?
- Seahawks, Lynch run the Giants into the ground.
- Thumping by Seahawks gives Giants even more to ponder.
- Giants run over by Seahawks in 38-17 loss.
- Surprising for Three Quarters, the Giants Wither in the Fourth.
- Seahawks run all over Giants in 38-17 win.
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Last Sunday in Seattle the Seahawks were riding
a 24-3 lead over the Oakland Raiders going into the second half. They couldn't
relax though with the Raiders coming up with two touchdowns in the third quarter.
The Raiders limited the Seahawks to two field goals and added another touchdown
in the fourth, but that wasn't enough to avoid a 30-24 loss to the defending Super
On Monday night the Giants couldn't help being overwhelmed
by the Indianapolis Colts 40-24. Despite paying tribute to Michael Strahan with
a halftime ceremony they ended up with another loss and a few injuries which will
force them to rely on more rookies and walk-ons as they hope to turn things around.
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long has it been since the Giants scored a touchdown on their first offensive
possession of a regular-season game? The player who scored that touchdown has
since retired from football. So it's a bit of a trick question, of course, considering
the medical circumstances surrounding running back David Wilson's unfortunate
departure from the game.
need quick start vs. Seahawks or season's lost. This has been one of coach
Tom Coughlin's mantras this season and, if you look at the performance of the
Giants early in games, it is a mantra that seemingly has been ignored by his players.
Manning has a message for Giants fans: "We're not dead." They're
not dead yet because it still is folly to count out a team quarterbacked by Manning
and coached by Tom Coughlin. We have been down this road before with the two of
them, even if the current one is littered with potholes the size of craters. No
one saw the Super Bowl XLII championship coming, and no one saw the Super Bowl
XLVI championship coming.
Giants know that when the defending Super Bowl champs are on your schedule,
you take notice. You up your game. You try to rise to the occasion. They know
because they've been in that bull's-eye quite a bit in the last decade or so,
having won two titles and gone through the following season taking everyone's
best shot. Sometimes they were pretty good at it.
can't play like chumps versus Seahawk champs. Amid all the dropped passes
by his receivers, Coughlin counted 21 points given up on defense that were "flat-out
gifts." It's an ongoing problem to find even a semblance of consistency.
Parker dropped so many passes last week against the Colts that he took to
Twitter - something he rarely does - and sent a message to Giants fans: "I
will redeem myself" and included two hashtags: #notacceptable and #forgiveme.
Kiwanuka knows you will think he's crazy. He knows his Giants haven't given
anyone reason to believe in them this month, not after a month's worth of play
so uninspired that those in the Big Blue locker room are questioning this team's
heart. "We have eight games left, and I wouldn't be surprised if we win six
or seven of them."
has Antrel Rolle done all season, as leader of a suspect secondary, to justify
him casting aspersions on others who he says don't play with proper passion? Nothing.
That's the answer. Rolle should be pointing fingers, all right - in his own direction.
increased emphasis on cornerbacks clutching and grabbing was supposed to decrease
their effectiveness. Seattle still has the league's sixth-ranked pass defense
despite losing some key players and being hampered by injuries. They insist their
philosophy hasn't been any different this year.
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