Giants attacks must pick up goals, not rely on defense, to win games

Saquon Barkley said as he and the offense trotted off the field after a three-and-out possession that took just 23 seconds off the clock late in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s game against the Eagles and very nearly spoiled the game for the entire team, he was not in doubt that the Giants would still … Read more

Giants vs Eagles | News day

The Giants defeated NFC East rival Philadelphia Eagles, 13-7, in a Week 12 NFL game on Sunday, November 28, 2021 at MetLife Stadium. Credit: Mike Stobe Darius Slayton # 86 of the New York Giants runs with the pass after beating the Philadelphia Eagles at MetLife on Sunday, November 28, 2021 in East Rutherford, New … Read more

Chris Myarick scores the Giants’ only touchdown against his hometown Eagles

Tight-end Chris Myarick, who scored the Giants’ only touchdown in a 13-7 victory over the Eagles on Sunday, was born in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, which is nine miles outside of Philadelphia. He played high school ball in nearby Cheltenham, Pennsylvania. He went to the Temple, located in Philadelphia. If he did not grow up as … Read more

Judging the Giants in the NFL Week 12 vs. Philadelphia Eagles

CRIME: D The fact that the Giants won the turnover match 4-0 – plus had two turnovers on the downs – and they still almost lost the game, falls entirely on the offensive. They won just 264 yards, scored just one touchdown and were unable to close out the fourth-quarter victory when a drive stalled … Read more

The Giants’ defense comes up big in the victory over the Eagles

Sloppy wiretaps. Fumbled footballs. A possible game-winning pass in the final seconds that goes through the hands of its intended receiver. These are the elements that are usually part of the giants’ fate when they meet the eagles. For most of their recent history, fights against this divisional rival in particular have been marked by … Read more

Giants’ Q&A: Was the new offense more productive? Well, about that. . .

What does the old saying go? The more things change …? The more the attackers of the giants remain unable to score points. This time with Freddie Kitchens pronouncing the play call (the mystery was solved after the Giants refused to announce who would be on the radio during the match) and a system that … Read more

Jason Garrett’s firing could be a turning point in Joe Judge’s career

There are hotspots in every NFL head coach’s career, moments that define his legacy – good or bad. For Joe Judge, this is one of them. With his Giants battling for the second year in a row, now 3-7 and dangerously close to falling out of the playoffs, referee decision to fire offensive coordinator Jason … Read more

Other Giants coaches know that their jobs depend on competence

The firing of Jason Garrett this week did not bring to the attention of the other Giants coordinators. They were already there. “This is the New York Giants, so it’s like you’re always on alert, right?” Special Team Coordinator Thomas McGaughey said. “We’re in a high-performing company, so when you’re not performing at a high … Read more

Giants WR Kenny Golladay is likely to see more passes on Sunday

Kenny Golladay talked about the fun and challenge of meeting a former Lions teammate when the Giants play the Eagles on Sunday. “My boy Slay,” Golladay said of cornerback Darius Slay, who, after clearing the concussion protocol, will often line up against the broadband phone in this competition. It was pointed out to Golladay that … Read more

Michael Strahan, whose number will retire, remains an icon for current Giants players

Leonard Williams took art at a seminar with other NFL players and professional athletes in Denver this offseason to start looking ahead and thinking about his career after football. One of the guest speakers was Michael Strahan. Only Strahan was not there in person to speak to the audience. He did it virtually. From a … Read more