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New York Daily News Nov 16, 2018

Nate Solder brings Patriots mentality to Giants locker room, and other notes as Big Blue preps for Bucs

Giants left tackle Nate Solder had his best game of the season on Monday at San Francisco, and Solder will be critical to Sunday’s result against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers facing up mostly against ex-Giant Jason Pierre-Paul. This leads our Friday Five, containing notes from the week as the Giants...
Big Blue View Nov 15, 2018
Giants news, 11/16: Nate Solder expecting heavy dose of JPP

Giants news, 11/16: Nate Solder expecting heavy dose of JPP

Let’s see what is making news today Good morning, New York Giants fans! Here are some Thursday morning headlines to get your day started. Nate Solder bracing for JPP Giants’ left tackle Nate Solder expects to see Jason Pierre-Paul lined up across from him most of the time on Sunday. “He’s playing well. He’s got tremendous talent and ability. He plays within the system. They’re putting him in a place to be successful. He can run around guys, he can run through guys, he’s got both of those qualities,” Solder said. NY Giants LT Nate Solder made the PFF Week 10 Team of the...
Pats Pulpit Nov 12, 2018
Week 10 Monday Night Football Giants at 49ers: Patriots rooting guide and open thread

Week 10 Monday Night Football Giants at 49ers: Patriots rooting guide and open thread

Join the discussion! The (1-7) New York Giants are on the road to face the (2-7) San Francisco 49ers. Kick off is at 8:15 PM ET on ESPN. This is a showdown between two of the three worst teams in the NFL (along with the Oakland Raiders). I hope you have something else to do other than watch this game, like clean your gutters or count how many leaves are still on the trees outside. The New England Patriots don’t care which team wins this one. This game is utterly meaningless in the scope of the 2018 NFL season. Former Patriots include Giants WR Corey Coleman, Giants LT Nate Solder, 49ers...
www.bostonherald.com Nov 10, 2018
NFL notes: Time for Pats to lock up Trent Brown

NFL notes: Time for Pats to lock up Trent Brown

Subtitle: Left tackle rock solidTom Brady wasn’t going to have a chance. Without a top-notch blindside protector, he was going to be toast. At least, that was the primary storyline when the Patriots saw left tackle Nate Solder sign a monster free agent contract with the New York Giants in March.Have to admit, I was among those pressing the panic button. It was hard imagining the Patriots coming up with an adequate replacement after Solder’s departure. Left tackles don’t just fall out of trees. The good ones, anyway.But I clearly missed the barn on that because they hit the jackpot with...
Big Blue View Nov 8, 2018
Podcast: Moving on from Weston Richburg “probably the right move” for Giants

Podcast: Moving on from Weston Richburg “probably the right move” for Giants

Oscar Aparicio of ‘BetterRivals’ tells us ex-Giant hasn’t played up to massive contract in San Francisco Not a lot has gone right for the New York Giants in their much-ballyhooed rebuild of the offensive line. High-priced left tackle Nate Solder hasn’t played up to the level of the four-year, $62 million contract he signed. Free-agent right guard Patrick Omameh (three years, $15 million) played his way to the bench. The player the Giants counted on to be their starting center, Jon Halapio, went down in the season’s second game with a broken right ankle. Ereck Flowers bombed at...
Big Blue View Nov 5, 2018
Giants' offensive line rebuild accounts for two of the offseason's worst moves, per ESPN

Giants' offensive line rebuild accounts for two of the offseason's worst moves, per ESPN

The Giants’ rebuilt offensive line has proven deeply flawed When the New York Giants hired Dave Gettleman and Pat Shurmur as general manager and head coach, respectively, it was with the understanding that they would rebuild the team and return New York to “Giants’ Football”. Unfortunately, Bill Barnwell of ESPN ranks the two biggest moves regarding the reconstruction of the Giants’ offensive line as two biggest blunders of the 2018 off-season. The first, and most obvious is the signing of Nate Solder. New York Giants making Nate Solder the highest-paid offensive lineman in NFL...
FOX Sports Oct 20, 2018

Solder hopes he can help Giants salvage season

Nate Solder knows the Giants haven't played up to expectations this year, and it's on him to be part of the solution
SNY TV Oct 19, 2018

Giants Injury Report: Solder OK to play, but changes made to o-line

The Giants get back their starting tight end but right guard Patrick Omameh (knee) will not play, regardless if he is healthy.

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