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Aug 29 Five preseason games weren't enough for Eli Manning and the Giants' passing game to show anything, and they will go into the regular season still wondering about the state of their offense.
Eli Manning shaky, running game promising as Giants beat Patriots 16-13 in preseason finale The only thing working in the 16-13 preseason win was Rashad Jennings and the run game.
Eli Manning finished the preseason 20 of 41, for 188 yards and one touchdown. In what was basically 1 1/2 games of football, it's not what the Giants were expecting. That being said, the word throughout the week was progress.
The Giants had a rare five preseason games this year. Plenty of time to answer any questions about the team you'd think. By the time Thursday night's matchup with the New England Patriots was complete, everything was supposed to come into focus. Uh, not so much.

Aug 28 Patriots will try to tarnish Giants' perfect record -- in preseason. Seven years. That's how long the Patriots have waited for Thursday night's preseason game. A chance to exact revenge on the Giants for the most soul-crushing loss in their franchise's history.
The Giants are playing the Patriots on Thursday night in a game that means little outside of the final injury report.
Struggling Giants should focus only on avoiding more injuries heading into final preseason game vs. Patriots. The goal for Thursday's preseason finale vs. the Patriots is to avoid Eli Manning taking any more hits.

Victor Cruz doesn't need this game. Eli Manning doesn't. And Antrel Rolle certainly doesn't. The starters will play 15-18 snaps, honing the Giants' inconsistent offense one final time.
None of the five running backs was sent packing, but one of them will have to go on Saturday when the final cuts trim the roster from 75 players to 53.
Mario Manningham may be a Super Bowl icon, but he still has to make the Giants. So far he probably hasn't done enough to, so Thursday night will be his final opportunity. .
The fine-tuning continues, as most of the Giants starters will get 15-18 snaps on Thursday night in the preseason finale against the Patriots.

Wanna bet? The NFL season is almost upon us, and that means, if you are so inclined, time is running out to get down those prop bets. Several interesting numbers have been established for the Giants this season, all courtesy of Bovada Sportsbook.

The Giants didn't want to keep kicker Brandon McManus. But they didn't want to play against him either. That's a big reason why they traded him to the Denver Broncos on Tuesday afternoon for, possibly, absolutely nothing, according to an NFL source. They got word that the Philadelphia Eagles might claim him. So instead of allowing that, the Giants sent him to Denver for a conditional seventh-round draft pick.

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Aug 27 Coach Tom Coughlin expects Eli Manning and the rest of the Giants' offensive starters to play 15-18 snaps in Thursday's preseason finale against the Patriots.
The Giants made 15 transactions to reach the NFL roster limit of 75 players in advance of the deadline. Two players were placed on injured reserve: safety Cooper Taylor, who injured the sesamoid bone in his left foot in Indianapolis, and wide receiver Marcus Harris, who has a hip injury.
Mario Manningham was not one of the 15 players on the cut-down list Tuesday when the New York Giants reduced their roster from 90 to 75 players, but that doesn't mean he's making the team.
Charles James is gone. And Antrel Rolle is not happy about it. The Giants on Tuesday trimmed 15 players off their roster to go from 90 players to 75, and the mild surprise was the departure of James, a 23-year-old cornerback who played in 12 games last season.

On both sides of the ball, players with championship pedigree and the Super Bowl rings to show for it sounded a warning that, although the Giants might be having a rough summer, there's every reason to view them as worthy title contenders.
Mathias Kiwanuka, Victor Cruz have Super expectations for Giants this season. Cruz stressed the off-the-field bonding that has taken place this summer. He said it happened naturally as guys clicked with their personalities -- often before they clicked on the field with the new offense -- and started spending time together.

Josh Brown wins Giants' kicking job; CB Charles James 'shocked' by release. Brown may not have had the strongest kicking leg in Giants camp this summer, but the team decided he had the best.
Josh Brown was the veteran who had earned Giants coach Tom Coughlin's trust with a strong season last year. That trust proved to be the deciding factor when the team needed to make a decision.
Brandon McManus looked good on kickoffs during the preseason, but Brown did nothing to lose the job with the Giants.

Injured Giants guard Geoff Schwartz got good news on Monday when he learned his toe injury was "just a minor setback" and that he may even be back sometime next month.
Schwartz visited Monday with Dr. Robert Anderson, a foot specialist in Charlotte, N.C. and the Giants were braced for ominous news - possibly the loss of Schwartz for the entire season.

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Aug 26 There could be a lot of different ways to describe what went down at Giants practice on Monday at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center.
There's one more person getting fed up with Ben McAdoo's new offense: Ben McAdoo. McAdoo was heard yelling at his offense to make a play, only using a bit more colorful language.
'Make a f--king play!': McAdoo is frustrated with Giants, too. From the limited sample of Ben McAdoo as an offensive coordinator, it is easy to tell he is not shy about stating his case.
The Giants don't open the season for two weeks. However, they look no closer to resembling a polished product on offense now than they did back when this whole process started.
You can expect to see more of Kevin Gilbride's old system folded into McAdoo's new one. "That are routes that Victor's run a bunch over the years that you're going to try to put him in those positions to run those routes that he can win," Manning said.

The Giants' hope, when training camp began, was that someone from their group of unproven tight ends would emerge as a clear starter -- a do-it-all tight end who could be used in a variety of roles.
Tom Coughlin admitted the Giants do not have one player who can be considered a complete tight end and so it will have to be a tight end by committee.

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Aug 25 As the regular season approaches, it becomes more and more apparent that running back Rashad Jennings could be the most important part of the New York Giants' offense.
Rashad Jennings pledges to protect Eli Manning. Jennings not only brings that game awareness and studiousness in his own career but is rubbing off on rookie Andre Williams.
With Andre Williams showing positive signs, the Giants think they've got a potent 1-2 punch. Jennings is trying to teach Williams and the other backs to use their eyes as well as their legs.
RB Peyton Hillis (ankle) returned to practice and looked like he was moving well. Head coach Tom Coughlin said that Hillis "did okay" in his first practice back, but did look a little rusty.

We've gone hoarse calling for Corey Washington to get more (or any) reps with the first string. He's eager to prove what he can do against first-string defensive backs and he's become too much of a household name to slip through waivers.
Washington is tied for the team lead with nine receptions this preseason. He leads the team with 152 yards and four touchdowns. He may be raw, but he has rare size (6-4, 214) and a skill that has stood out on a daily basis at Giants training camp and practices.
If Corey Washington does not turn out to be the new Victor Cruz, tell me who the second-most reliable wide receiver is after Cruz. Tell me how much you think the Giants are going to get out of tight end.

In an offseason in which fixing the offensive line was the Giants' clear No. 1 priority, Geoff Schwartz was their first call. They targeted Schwartz early and signed him as soon as free agency began.
Two days after losing left guard Geoff Schwartz to a toe injury, the Giants practiced Sunday without starting right guard Brandon Mosley. "His back tightened up," Giants coach Tom Coughlin explained after practice.
If anyone knows what it's like to be a rookie offensive lineman pressed into service due to an injury, it's Justin Pugh. It happened to him last summer.This year it's Weston Richburg who is getting the battlefield promotion.
Richburg will almost certainly start the season-opener at left guard. "As an offensive lineman, you have to be ready for something like that," Richburg said Sunday.
The second-round pick was solid in rookie camp and seems to have a grasp of the new offense. He has improved from a poor preseason opener against Buffalo. If he can handle bigger defensive tackles, he might be a viable option.

Aug 24 Hours after his team's most complete victory of the preseason, Tom Coughlin spent most of his conference call with the media discussing subjects he'd prefer to avoid - injuries and penalties.
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with some of the illegal contact calls, which are a point of emphasis for officiating crews this season. "The one that is difficult right now is the illegal contact when in fact there isn't any disruption in the receiver's route or whatever after five yards."
Tom Coughlin ticked over penalty flags After four penalty-filled preseason games, Coughlin says his defenders need to stop worrying about the officiating and start playing within the new rules.

Don't be fooled. Numbers can sometimes be deceiving. In this case, 35 points and a 4-0 preseason record might be just that. The Giants problems in their exhibition games -- including their 35-24 victory over the Jets on Friday night -- should not be overlooked.
As veterans such as Eli Manning, Will Beatty and Jason Pierre-Paul try to return to form, the Giants are going to need help from those with far less experience and far smaller paychecks.
Giants offense fueled by rushing duo of Rashad Jennings and Andre Williams Together they have provided an impressive, although not entirely consistent, 1-2 punch since the very beginning of the summer.

Giants may reshuffle offensive line. Geoff Schwartz was brought in to be a stabilizing force on the Giants' revamped offensive line. Now the Giants may have to play the season without him.
Giants guard Geoff Schwartz will be heading to Charlotte this week to visit foot specialist Dr. Robert Anderson in order to get more information on his dislocated toe, a person familiar with the situation confirmed to The Star-Ledger.

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Aug 23 Giants defeat Jets, 35-24, but first-team offense struggles again.
Statistical nightmare ends for Giants, but Big Blue still doesn't look like contender.
Manning, Giants show signs of life in win over Jets.
Giants quarterback Eli Manning finally threw a touchdown pass Friday night.
Giants had their best offensive showing of the preseason.
Eli Manning finally seems to be grasping new offense.
Eli Manning, Giants 'O' show some life in 35-24 win over Jets.
Giants hit hard by injuries in win over Jets.
Jets look ready to start season; Giants don't.
Giants vs. Jets: 5 positives from Friday's win .

Aug 22 Special Report - It is rapidly approaching the time when experimentation is over, when fiddling with starting lineups has come to an end, when head coach Tom Coughlin has to scan over his potential starters and, well, just pick 'em. He should know enough about all his players by now, and he knows how the veterans have performed not only this summer by last season, and, well, it's time.
Making matters more crucial, Friday night's opponent (7:30) is the other franchise that called MetLife Stadium its home, the New York Jets, and while there is less love lost than years ago, it is still essential for the mental well-being of the players that they win. The players on both teams, that is.

As Eli Manning and the Giants' first-team offense currently try to embrace the sense of urgency involved with getting things together against the Jets, Victor Cruz remains confident the new system will click - perhaps suddenly, too, just as he did back in the summer of 2010..
There has been an ebb and flow between the Giants and Jets in almost every aspect throughout the years, from overall success to quarterback play to number of headlines garnered. But for the last three decades, one advantage has remained virtually constant. The Giants have almost always had the more established, more feared, more decorated and flat-out better defensive line.

It never seemed like a dream marriage. And now, things are on the verge of a nightmare. This is what it has come down to for Eli Manning and the Giants' new-but-hardly-improved offense.
The Giants do not own exclusive rights to summer offensive struggles, but they lead the league in preseason angst. Their newly installed attack is: 1) getting out the kinks but on the right track, or 2) a total disaster.
Eli Manning can say what he wants about not being worried over the Giants' sluggish offense so far in the preseason. Phil Simms isn't buying it. If Simms were wearing McAdoo's headset, he'd be calling in as many plays as necessary that will give Manning some confidence that he can operate an offense that has taken even the best quarterbacks years to master.

Giants coach Tom Coughlin keeps getting asked over and over, day after day. What's going on at the tight end position? The answers seem to get vaguer and vaguer. Coughlin's latest gem provided, well, nothing of substance.
Jerome Cunningham could provide the pass-catching threat at tight end the Giants have lacked. Cunningham certainly stood out in practice on Wednesday, catching a short touchdown pass from backup quarterback Ryan Nassib, and later a much longer TD toss from starter Eli Manning, earning audible praise from head coach Tom Coughlin on multiple occasions.

Jon Beason wasn't just rehabbing this summer. He was researching. He wanted to find out the Giants' single-season record for tackles and who held it. It seemed like a simple task. With 89 years of franchise history he was certain he'd come across a mythic number attached to a mythic name. Sam Huff. Lawrence Taylor. Harry Carson. One of the all-time greats.

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Aug 21 First-round pick Odell Beckham Jr. was on the sidelines for the second consecutive day Wednesday, but fellow wide receivers Corey Washington and Marcus Harris continue to impress.
Odell Beckham may add to NY Giants GM Jerry Reese's draft duds. This was a critical draft for Reese, who has had far too many misses among his picks in recent years.

After three weeks of focusing on the long shots and the rookies, this is the week where the starters need to start defining the look of this year's team. Sustained drives on offense and getting off the field on defense are what we're hoping to see from the starters.
The offense did look crisper Wednesday, with Eli Manning connecting with his receivers more often than he has in many practices thus far. More telling will be Friday night's game against the Jets, in which Giants coach Tom Coughlin plans to play his starters the entire first half, or close to it.
This week at practice, the Giants continued to tinker with the line's lineup, in the hopes of finding a five-man combination that works. Though rebuilding the unit was supposedly the franchise's No. 1 priority this offseason, it remains very much a work in progress with just 2 1/2 weeks to go before the regular-season opener.

Jason Pierre-Paul concedes that Giants have issues to work on with two preseason games left, but still proclaims that Big Blue is better than Jets.
Disregarding the fact it's a preseason game, Pierre-Paul vowed the Giants are "going to make a statement" in Friday night's annual exhibition with the crosstown Jets at MetLife Stadium.

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Aug 20 Giants Practice Reports: ESPN | NJ.com | Giants.comBBIInsideFootballVideo
Most of practice was spent working against plays that the Jets are expected to run in Friday's preseason game. The Giants call it a "carded" practice because the scout team runs plays off cards with the opposing team's schemes printed on them.

The big topic of conversation at Giants camp Tuesday was the absence of first-round draft pick Odell Beckham Jr., who is back on the sideline and was ruled out for Friday's game against the Jets.
Tom Coughlin is hopeful the talented rookie will quickly make up for lost time. "He's been in every meeting," Coughlin said.
Practicing one day and sitting out the next while being scratched from an upcoming game does not appear to be progress under anyone's definition.
The latest setback, er, issue with the 12th overall pick only further enhances the possibility he may not be ready for the Giants' season opener at Detroit on Sept. 8.

Count Giants general manager Jerry Reese among those who were excited about the 64 new jobs added in the NFL on Tuesday. The league announced the expansion of practice squads from eight to 10 players through the 2016 season.

Aug 19 Practice report: More Beckham intrigue.
The biggest question on people's minds is, naturally, the offense.
Eli Manning: Despite sluggish offense, we're making progress.
Giants stars exuding confidence in imminent offensive turnaround.
Giants head coach Tom Coughlin has concerns about new offense.
Giants offense: What the players are saying about the struggles.

Preseason game against Jets gives Victor Cruz chance to reflect on breakout moment with Giants
Jon Beason targets Giants opener: 'I feel like I'm really close'.
Boomer Esiason sounds the alarm about Eli Manning's struggles with new Giants offense.

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David Wilson is already on to his next athletic pursuit, competing in the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Aug 18 Tom Coughlin concerned offensive woes will spill over into regular season.
Salty Coughlin on Giants offense: 'They better' get it together.
Tom Coughlin frustrated by poor Giants offense with preseason winding down.
Coughlin report: Don't get comfy, offense.
D-pressing: Giants need Fewell's crew to pick up the slack.
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Aug 17 TG Note - Some did not get it right (unless it's fixed up by the time you see this).
Eli Manning, Giants offense awful in exhibition loss to Colts.
Giants Edge Colts, 27-26, but Starters Struggle.
Giants come back from 26-point deficit, score four touchdowns in fourth quarter to edge Colts 27-26.
Giants' starting offense struggles in 27-26 win over Colts.
Eli Manning: Grading the Giants QB's performance vs. Colts.
Manning, Coughlin frustrated by offense.
Eli Manning and new offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo remain way off target.
Offensive showing leaves Tom Coughlin, Giants feeling incomplete.
Hakeem Nicks taunts, shreds Giants: They miss him already.
Hakeem Nicks waves goodbye, says he's finally healthy and tired of the Giants questions.
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Aug 16 The Giants' secondary has been saying the right things this preseason. On Saturday night, its members will see if they play the right things. The revamped unit will face its biggest test of the preseason against Andrew Luck and the Colts in Indianapolis. After facing E.J. Manuel and Ben Roethlisberger for one series each, the Giants figure to get at least a quarter of work against this starting quarterback and his playmaking receivers.

For the last few months, the talk has been fast and furious from Jason Pierre-Paul. The Giants' boisterous defensive end has proclaimed that he is "110%" healthy, that he is headed for an absolutely "crazy" year and that all those who doubted his greatness are about to be "shut up." And now, it's time to prove it. On Saturday night in Indianapolis.

The Giants, who had a mere 34 sacks last season, are trying to replace longtime defensive end Justin Tuck, who had 11 of them and is now with the Raiders. Ayers is among the candidates to be that replacement, but so is longtime Giants defensive lineman Mathias Kiwanuka, who ranks first on the depth chart right now at left defensive end and believes it's his time to be the man opposite right defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul.

Will this be the game the Giants finally open up the offense? Everyone is aching for the Giants to throw the ball down the field. Their starting offense has been inept at doing so in the first two preseason games and all the talk this week is about it being time for Eli Manning to get his right arm limbered up for some deep passes.

Look for Eli Manning and most of the starters to play well into the second quarter, and to try to get Victor Cruz more involved. The running back situation looks to be in pretty good hands. Rashad Jennings and Andre Williams should form a solid one-two punch. At fullback, Henry Hynoski seems to have the early edge over John Conner, who might not play due to concussion protocols resulting from the big hit he delivered last week.

In the Giants' last preseason game, the starting offense picked up one first down. In two preseason games, Eli Manning has completed six passes for 43 yards. The best receiver, Victor Cruz, does not have a catch. No starting wide receiver has more than one reception. Last year's offense was 28th in the NFL, which is why the team revamped its system, changed coordinators and ushered in six new starters. This is the new-look Giants offense?

There was a buzz in training camp that Jacquian Williams is on the verge of having a breakout season. Beason praised the youngish linebackers on the roster and used the word "especially'' to express his belief in Williams. Beason, once he returns from the foot injury that kept him out of camp and will keep him sidelined for Saturday night's preseason game against the Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium, is a proven commodity.

Rueben Randle looked up the other day during training camp practice and spotted on the sideline what he admits was an NFL receiver's all-time snapshot. He saw Plaxico Burress talking with David Tyree talking with Mario Manningham, a three-way conversation that got Randle dreaming.

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Aug 15 Giants Camp Reports: ESPN | NJ.com | Giants.comBBIInsideFootballVideo
A typical preseason builds to the third game, where starters will typically get an entire half of football; their best dress rehearsal before Week 1. But because the Giants are on a different scale with the added Hall of Fame game, this year's team will have to wait until Week 4.

Eli Manning might still be the prize pupil, but he's learning the ways of Ben McAdoo's West Coast offense just like everyone else. In some cases, those around Manning are more comfortable with the change than he is.
The party line, from Tom Coughlin and from Eli Manning, is the changes have re-energized them. But never before has Coughlin been asked to integrate as many as a dozen free agents, while counting on as many as four second-year players to make an impact.

As the Giants wrapped up training camp Thursday, two days before their third preseason game, Victor Cruz proudly let it be known that the new offensive playbook has been fully installed. Now the Giants have to figure out how to use it.
Key to Giants' offensive line is if Will Beatty can return to the player he used to be For Beatty to really be back, he needs to turn the clock all the way back to 2012.

A new name in Giants tight end mix: fullback Henry Hynoski. Tom Coughlin mentioned that Hynoski can at times be considered a running back, though he's only carried the ball five times in his NFL career. Hynoski also has added some responsibilities at tight end this summer and hopes the increased versatility helps him become a more desirable player.

Giants QB Curtis Painter to play ahead of Ryan Nassib vs. Colts. This doesn't look good for the second-year quarterback to fall behind Painter in the QB rotation.

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Within the headquarters of NFL Films in Mount Laurel, N.J., resides more than 100 million feet of film stored in tens of thousands of metal canisters. But that era is about to end: starting this season, NFL Films will shoot all regular-season and postseason games with digital video cameras.

Aug 14 Giants Camp Reports: ESPN | NJ.com | Giants.comBBIInsideFootballVideo
Rookie wide receiver Odell Beckham caught a pass from quarterback Curtis Painter in live drills on Wednesday and ran into the end zone.

Here are some thoughts from and/or about the three men likely to be the Giants' starting linebackers on Monday, Sept. 8 in Detroit: Jacquian Williams, Devon Kennard, Jameel McClain.

There are only 11 players on the New York Giants' current roster who played for them in Super Bowl XLVI, which is a bit startling considering the game was only 30 months ago.
Mario Manningham in tough spot as he returns to Indianapolis near the cut line. He has spent the past three years distancing himself from the play that made him famous.
Super Mario's Super Bowl moment rocketed neither him nor the Giants to greater things. Since then, Big Blue has had two playoff-less seasons.

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Hakeem Nicks - Of all the disappointments in the New York Giants' hugely disappointing 2013 season, wide receiver Hakeem Nicks may have stood out the most.
Ahmad Bradshaw, like recently retired running back David Wilson, underwent neck surgery in the offseason. But unlike Wilson, the former Giants runner will return to the field for the Colts.

Aug 13 Giants Camp Reports: ESPN | NJ.com | Giants.comBBIInsideFootballVideo
Ben McAdoo wants a player he doesn't have to sub out during no huddle situations. He needs a tight end that plays wide receiver, traditional tight end and fullback so that he can play fast. So far, Larry Donnell is the closest thing he's seen to that player.

Ben McAdoo's "we're-not-in-Green-Bay-anymore" moment came the first time he left the New York Giants' facility at rush hour, turned his car on to Route 3 and stared at four stopped lanes of westbound traffic coming out of Manhattan. "Lot more people here," the Giants' first-year offensive coordinator said Tuesday.
Ben McAdoo is a busy man. He's installing a new offense, forming opinions on personnel, and preparing himself for his first season as an NFL play-caller. But hanging over his head all summer has been a deadline that is fast approaching. In less than four weeks, the Giants open their regular season against the Lions and McAdoo, the Giants' offensive coordinator, wants the system to be at 100 percent of its capability by then.
Ben McAdoo feels like he's still on pace with the Giants offense despite the fact that his passing game hasn't gotten very far off the ground. On Saturday against the Steelers, Eli Manning dropped back three times but did not complete a pass. He was sacked once. The week before against Buffalo, the first-team offense did not complete a pass of more than 10 yards.

Giants first-round pick Odell Beckham Jr. still hasn't completed a full practice at training camp. He's making progress, but was limited again Tuesday by a hamstring problem aggravated during the first practice of the summer.
Odell Beckham Jr. has only taken a few snaps with the Giants' offense, but that hasn't stopped the rookie receiver from dreaming big. "[The offense] has potential to be, if not the best, one of the best in the league," Beckham said at the team's training facility on Tuesday.

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Plaxico Burress made a rare guest appearance at Giants practice today. It is believed to be Burress' first visit to the facility since a meeting he had with the team following the end of his prison sentence back in 2011, one that helped clear the air before Burress signed with the neighboring Jets.

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