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Oct 31 Rashad Jennings ruled out for Monday night's game vs. the Colts Jennings has missed the last two games with a sprained MCL in his left knee.
The Giants have not run the ball effectively with Jennings out of the lineup. Rookie Andre Williams has 110 yards rushing in his two starts combined, and has averaged 3.1 yards per carry.
The coaching staff doesn't yet trust Williams as a receiver or a blocker in passing situations, so there's more juggling going on in terms of substitution and play-calling.

Damontre Moore believes he is destined to be an impact player, but he doesn't know when he'll get the chance. The Giants' second-year defensive end has played relatively few snaps.
Once the Giants feel they can put Moore into a key spot and trust him not to jump offside or overpursue a running back or make any number of mistakes you'd expect a high-energy 22-year-old to make, they'll play him more.
Nearly halfway through his second year, it's time for him to step up. Time for him to establish himself as a force in a pass rush that has been anemic.

Please make plays, Coach Tom Coughlin said Thursday, waving his arms in the air, allowing a smile to momentarily brighten his face. He was as animated as ever.
Jerry Reese wants more big plays, Eli Manning understands the need for them, and now, Tom Coughlin is pushing for them.

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Oct 30 The Giants have no interest in engaging in a shootout with the Colts, who average 31 points a game, and Manning knows the best chance for success do not hinge on out-dueling Andrew Luck, at least not from a sheer production standpoint.

Jerry Reese would like to see a more explosive offense, but now is not the time for wholesale changes. To tell such a group of players after only seven games, "OK, forget all that stuff we've been preaching about taking care of the ball; we're going to start chucking it downfield" would be a rash overreaction to a disappointing two-game stretch.

The Giants let Ahmad Bradshaw walk after the 2012 season because they couldn't trust him to stay healthy and because they felt they had running back covered with younger, cheaper options in Andre Brown and David Wilson.
Bradshaw had played through a painful succession of injuries for the Giants, enduring foot and ankle surgeries to remain in uniform. He can now acknowledge that he was wounded when he was cut.
For the most part, Bradshaw was able to ignore those physical pains. The emotional ones that came when the Giants released him after the 2012 season? Those were hard to push through.
Bradshaw underwent neck surgery last year. He played in just three games. But now he's healthy and has played an integral role in Indianapolis' early-season success. Bradshaw leads all running backs with six receiving touchdowns. He's averaging a healthy 4.9 yards per carry.
Bradshaw, who was not brought back after the 2012 season, and Hakeem Nicks, who was not re-signed after last season, will surely be determined to show their former team they made a mistake not keeping them. Because neither, particularly Bradshaw, ever wanted to leave.

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Oct 29 At least it beats 0-6. And at least they still have a chance. But what the Giants have done through seven games is not good enough and they know it.
Tom Coughlin's message to his players is the inconsistency around the league offers opportunity for a team in the Giants' position to get hot and take advantage.

Mathias Kiwanuka was a teammate of Ahmad Bradshaw's for six seasons, and he often spoke about the running back's toughness and junkyard dog mentality. On Monday night, he'll be tasked with stopping it instead of admiring it. Which, he said, is fine with him.

As Andre Williams prepares for what likely will be his third start -- Rashad Jennings is making progress with a sprained MCL but does not seem to be a sure thing to play Monday night against the Colts -- he and the people around him are focusing on a word that was never in his football vocabulary until now. Patience.

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Oct 28 Don't think the Giants are taking enough shots downfield in their new offense? Well, you have some high-profile company. Giants general manager Jerry Reese agrees with you.
The Giants have had only 18 pass plays of more than 20 yards, which ranks them 27th among the 32 N.F.L. teams. They have had just two pass plays of more than 40 yards.
Reese said, "I think Eli can play better than he's playing," Manning's vastly improved numbers look good on the stat sheet, but they have not translated to a winning record.
Reese conceded that as general manager his job is to get the players on the roster, not determine how they are utilized after that. "I'm just giving you what my opinion is," he said of his critical remarks about the offense and the quarterback's place in it.
As one former NFL head coach explained: You play to win the game. It's a fine line to walk. One might suggest that the Giants threw away more than a few games last year.

Running back Rashad Jennings is still far from being ready for Monday night vs. Colts. The Giants need a healthy Jennings on the field. He was averaging 4.4 yards per carry before the injury.
Jennings remains sidelined with a strained medial collateral ligament in his left knee and wasn't on the field as the Giants returned from their bye week for a light practice.

Jon Beason's season is over. Of course, it never really began. The Giants' middle linebacker will have season-ending surgery to repair an injury to his right foot that first was suffered in the spring.
Last year, he finished second on the team in tackles, despite playing in only 11 games on defense. Prior to this season, Beason was elected a team captain, a significant honor for a player who had been here less than a year.
How well backup Jameel McClain can fill Beason's shoes may determine how their struggling defense bounces back. McClain is now the Mike, making the defensive calls.

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Oct 27 The Giants have their work cut out for them to make the playoffs this season. At 3-4 during their bye week, they're likely going to need to win seven of their final nine games to reach the postseason. That will be made even more difficult by their upcoming schedule. The Giants next four games are against Indianapolis, Seattle, San Francisco and Dallas.

Jason Pierre-Paul has just 3.5 sacks, a far cry from the 16.5 in 2011 that put him on the map, but the Giants have enjoyed a mature, disciplined JPP this year, a player making an impact on the field as well as off it. While the sack totals haven't come, consistency finally has.

As it's turned out, Eli's all right. Do you recall the hysteria this summer and at the start of the regular season regarding Eli Manning and Ben McAdoo's West Coast offense? The conventional belief was the Giants quarterback was about as good a fit with their new offensive coordinator's system as head coach Tom Coughlin at a toga party. Well, forget about all that.

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Oct 26 Eli Manning has reduced risk and picks, but Giants need to let him take more chances. This is a quarterback who used to do anything he could to make a play, including throwing more than a few lefthanded passes. It's also a quarterback whose two most important throws ever probably were ill-advised: one in which he blindly chucked it down the middle to David Tyree and one in which he threaded it away from coverage for Mario Manningham down the sideline.

The way it works these days, Giants quarterback Eli Manning gets to the line of scrimmage with 20 or so seconds on the play clock. He assesses the scene, reads the defense, yells a few worthless Omahas (remember, he invented that), goes though some gyrations and adjusts depending on the defense he's facing. More than ever, Eli looks like big brother Peyton before the football is snapped. The results more like Peyton's in the regular season than every before.

The best and (absolute) worst of the Giants' season so far. The Giants were terrible in Detroit and Philadelphia, scintillating in Washington, more good than bad against the Texans and Falcons, and competitively ordinary against the Cardinals and in Dallas. It adds up to a 3-4 record.
They aren't out of this yet. Oh, the 3-4 Giants are close to done, well behind the streaking Cowboys and Eagles in the NFC East. But as bleak as things may seem, they headed off into the bye week just two games out of a wild-card berth, and a lot can change in nine games.

Oct 25 Going into every football season, there are always a few players who fly under the radar during OTAs and training camp, but later emerge as big contributors during the season. Mostly, due to a slew of injuries at key positions, the Giants have been forced to throw some untested players into the fire, and several have not only filled in ably, but exceeded expectations.

Jason Pierre-Paul didn't have his best game two weeks ago against the Philadelphia Eagles and star left tackle Jason Peters, but he rebounded well enough Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys and star left tackle Tyron Smith that Tom Coughlin singled him out in a team meeting Monday morning.

Injuries could force the Giants' defense to look a little bit different in the weeks that follow this week's bye. Injuries at cornerback could lead the Giants to bring back the three-safety look they used on their way to their most recent Super Bowl title three seasons ago.

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Oct 24 Odell Beckham Jr. has started making believers out of many. The Giants spent the No. 12 overall pick on him, and despite hamstring woes that cost him the preseason and the first four games, he quickly has blossomed into an impact player.
Just three games into his NFL career, Beckham has quickly emerged as one of the players the Giants must count on if they are to get back in the race. Beckham has 10 catches for 105 yards and those three touchdowns.

Rookie running back Andre Williams looked so natural running the football in the preseason, averaging 5.1 yards per carry, and doing it with impressive speed and power. For whatever reason, the success hasn't translsated to the regular season. With starter Rashad Jennings (knee) sidelined, Williams has struggled running the football, the one area the Giants thought he would prosper.
There were questions about Williams' abilities as a pass blocker and especially as a pass receiver, but in terms of actually running the ball, it was believed he would do fine filling in for Jennings for at least a couple of weeks. Williams Jennings He has not been fine.

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Oct 23 If you feel like the Giants have been running the ball a lot, you're not crazy. So far this season, the Giants are running the ball more than almost any other team in the NFL. The Giants run and run and run and run. They run when they're ahead in the game and they run when they're behind. They run whether it's working or not.

Stingy against the run all season, Jason Pierre-Paul got things going in the pass rush department last week against Dallas for one of his best performances in recent memory. Pierre-Paul had six solo tackles, two sacks, three tackles for losses and three quarterback hits.

Larry Donnell was on the team last year in a reserve role -- a special-teams player who was working to develop as an offensive asset at tight end. He was a basketball player early in life and a quarterback when he arrived at Grambling for college, so tight end was new to him and he had to learn it. He's still learning it.

After a $116 million offseason spending spree the Giants thought they had a pretty solid foundation. But maybe what they were really looking at was a longer rebuilding project, and they've been fooling themselves into thinking they were close to a Super Bowl all along.

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Oct 22 Giants tight end Larry Donnell has had something of a breakout season so far, emerging as a solid red zone and third down target. But judging by his two fumbles on Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys, there are clearly still some areas that he needs to work on, according to his tight ends coach Kevin M. Gilbride. "[Ball security] is one of those things we preach on a daily basis."

After showing flashes as Rashad Jennings' backup in limited touches, Andre Williams has struggled as the primary ball carrier as Jennings recovers from a knee injury, running hard and packing a punch, but often failing to let his blocks materialize before finding a crease. Williams is averaging only 3.1 yards per carry over the past two weeks.

Introducing the new, much more careful Eli Manning. Eli Manning threw 27 interceptions last season, as you may have read in this space and a few others. So far this season, he has thrown five. Four of those came in the first two games. He's thrown only one interception in his last five games and none in his last three. This is not a coincidence.

Rookie Odell Beckham Jr. has caught six passes -- on 11 targets -- for 62 yards and two touchdowns in the past two games for the Giants. It's clear the Giants are excited about Beckham's ability and look forward to helping and seeing him develop so that they can find new and creative ways to use him in the offense.

Jason Pierre-Paul has a message for anyone ready to give up on the Giants as they head into a bye week off disappointing losses to the Eagles and Cowboys. It's simple: Don't write off the Giants (3-4). Pierre-Paul believes the Giants can win their final nine games if they stop making mistakes.
If the Giants don't do it with Jason Pierre-Paul some other team out there will, and then the Giants need to trigger a search to find, well, another JPP.

Giants middle linebacker Jon Beason said that he hopes to play after the bye week against the Indianapolis Colts on Monday night, but that he will have to first get clearance from his foot specialist Dr. Robert Anderson and that surgery might be his best long-term option. Beason called it 50-50 right now whether he returns this year.
It does not look promising. As the Giants hit their bye week, Beason traveled to Charlotte, N.C. to again consult with Dr. Robert Anderson, a foot and ankle specialist. It sounds as if Beason is resigned he will have to shut it down, have surgery and get ready for 2015.

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Oct 21 Tom Coughlin's message to the Giants: Get ready, we're going to make a run. The Giants (3-4) have their work cut out for them to make that happen. Their next four games are against Indianapolis, Seattle, San Francisco and Dallas. The defending champion Seahawks (3-3) have the worst record of the group. Winning in Seattle still remains one of the most difficult tasks in the NFL.

The view from the outside is that the New York Giants are basically what their 3-4 record says they are, an inconsistent team that might not be good enough to be a contender. Jason Pierre-Paul isn't buying it. He looks at the Giants, and sees a team ready to go on a roll.

The Giants have several issues to address before returning to the field. Their rushing attack totaled 190 yards in the last two games, their first without injured starting running back Rashad Jennings. Penalties continue to hold back the offense and Sunday, tight end Larry Donnell lost a crucial fourth-quarter fumble.

The Giants played a whole lot better than they did against the Eagles, but it still wasn't enough to win. Instead, the 31-21 loss, the second straight in the NFC East, sends them into the bye week still trying to figure out what's gone wrong, still trying to find answers they thought were emerging in the three straight wins before the Philly game.

The Giants trail white-hot Dallas (6-1) by three games in the division, but are only one game off the pace for a wild-card berth. Their erratic play, however, leaves it unclear if they are capable of a significant advance in the standings.

Larry Donnell won't fumble his wife's coaching advice. "I told my wife I'm just trying to figure out what happened, and she said, 'You know, it's simple. Just hold the ball like you're holding Z,' which is my daughter," Donnell said, referring to 4-year-old Zarri. "I thought, that's some pretty good advice."

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Oct 20 Giants lose to the Cowboys 31-21  | Photos  | Video
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Last Sunday the Cowboys surprised a lot of people with their 30-23 win over the Seattle Seahawks. The defending Super Bowl champs don't lose at home. They just don't, but they did and now the Cowboys are being talked up as a team that's putting it all together at the right time.
The Giants surprised a lot of people too, but not in a good way. The Eagles handed them a sounding 27-0 beating on Sunday night in front of a national audience. It killed the Giants encouraging three game win streak and makes them look like easy pickings as they head off to Dallas this week.
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Oct 19 With Victor Cruz and Rashad Jennings out, giving Eli Manning more time is the Giants priority. If he's lost faith in his line, Manning won't say it. Nor should he, considering how good the line had been during the Giants' three-game win streak. . Remember how it manhandled J.J. Watt four weeks ago? Same line, same scheme. Just a much better game.

If the Giants can beat the Cowboys -- a difficult task considering they are without their best running back (Rashad Jennings) and best wide receiver (Victor Cruz) and their best cornerback (Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie) might be limited in both his snaps and his performance -- they will head into their bye week still in the thick of the NFC East race.

Victor Cruz is out for the season, leaving five Giants wide receivers with wholly disparate backgrounds to fill the void. Preston Parker barely played football in 2012 and 2013. Asked what he was doing during that time, he said, "Begging for money." Rookie Corey Washington, attended a little-known college of about 1,000 students. He has yet to catch an NFL pass.

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Oct 18 Tom Coughlin has no use for trash talk, and even less use for 27-0 losses. So it's probably no surprise the New York Giants coach made the connection with how the Giants acted last week and how they played Sunday night in Philadelphia.
Exchanging barbs with the Eagles before Sunday night's 27-0 blowout loss in Philadelphia didn't exactly work, so a change of tactics was in order in preparation for Sunday's game at Dallas.

Victor Cruz said he has "no doubt" he will return to the Giants in top physical condition and vowed to remain an integral part of the current team despite being sidelined for the season.
Less than a week after tearing his patellar tendon and being placed on season-ending injured reserve, the star wide receiver has a "small video" prepared for his teammates. "I haven't spoken to them as a group but I will in kind of a special way on Saturday night."
Victor Cruz can't play for the Giants anymore this season, but he still has duties to perform as one of the team's captains. Cruz said he and Ed Triggs of the team's video production department produced a short video of his speech.
Victor Cruz said. "Chip Kelly came to visit me in the hospital in Philadelphia after the game and whatnot." It's not exactly common practice for the opposing coach to visit players in the hospital. Kelly met with the media and did a radio interview after the hospital visit with Cruz on Monday morning. He never mentioned anything about it.

Oct 17 The offensive line, a seeming strength up until Sunday, must prove itself all over again. And the defense, gashed by Philly's LeSean McCoy for 149 rushing yards, must now contend with the NFL's most productive running back, DeMarco Murray.
In order for the Giants to fill the rather large shoes of Victor Cruz, somebody will have to step in as the slot wide receiver. That job looks likely to handled primarily by Preston Parker with some help from newly-signed Kevin Ogletree.

Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie missed practice for the second day in a row but is hopeful of participating tomorrow and playing Sunday, when the Giants face the first-place Cowboys in Dallas.
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie said he is playing at only "60 percent" of his abilities because of a nagging injury affecting the entire right side of his body.
Rodgers-Cromartie's battled right leg issues for several weeks. The right leg injury in particular, which he said runs "down my leg on the entire right side," has left him a shell of his former self.

Left tackle Tyron Smith of the Dallas Cowboys just became the first offensive lineman in 10 years to win an Offensive Player of the Week award. New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul is not among those who might be surprised by that.
For the Giants to pull out a victory against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, they will likely have to hold their own in the trenches One of the keys to Dallas' offensive dominance has been the play of Zack Martin, a first round pick from Notre Dame who starts at right guard.

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Oct 16 Victor Cruz spent about 30 minutes at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center Wednesday, his first visit to the Giants' facility since tearing his right patellar tendon and requiring season-ending surgery. He was released earlier in the day from the Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan.
His only stop was to the Giants' trainers' room, according to a team official, and he wasn't up to talking to the media either. He is expected to possibly do that later this week, or perhaps next week during the Giants' bye.
When Cruz was injured, his teammates immediatley knew it was serious. The shrieks tipped them off. Rookie wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. admitted it sapped any energy they had out of them. "It was hard to [go out and play] because once that happened to him, our sideline was like we saw a ghost, with kind of our leader, our captain go down like that," Beckham said.

The Giants are traveling to Dallas this weekend, and are preparing for more than just the division-leading Cowboys. According to the Giants' Senior VP of communications, Pat Hanlon, the team was briefed about the Ebola virus in preparation for Sunday's game in Dallas,
It has some thinking twice about making the trip to Texas. Giants center J.D. Walton, a native of Allen, Texas, about 40 minutes north of Dallas, has a large contingent of family and friends expected to attend Sunday's game at A&T Stadium. His wife and 1-year-old child might not make the trip.

After getting destroyed by Eagles, Giants need a fiery Eli Manning. Late on Sunday night, he made a point to say that the game should serve as a lesson for the Giants. And on Monday, he spoke about the team needing to "grow up" and "keep growing" now that Cruz is gone."They're powerful words," said linebacker Jameel McClain. "And you gotta take heed in everything that he says.

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