After an eye-opening win over the Washington Redskins, the Giants are 2-2 and preparing to face the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
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A weekly look at what the New York Giants must fix before their next game: After the game the Giants played Thursday, anything we say here will qualify as a nitpick. But they definitely could be getting more pressure on opposing quarterbacks, and if they don't get to the Atlanta Falcons' Matt Ryan on...
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The Falcons will be without two of their starting offensive linemen and could be without a third when they face the Giants on Sunday.
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The Giants are pacing Rashad Jennings like a well known Pro Bowl running back
Grim injury news abounds today. The Falcons made three major moves today, putting two starting offensive linemen on injured reserve and starting safety William Moore on IR with designation to return: The Falcons have placed Joe Hawley (knee) and Lamar Holmes (foot) are being placed on IR today. — Atlanta_Falcons (@Atlanta_Falcons) September 30, 2014 The Falcons will place S William Moore (shoulder) on IR designated to return. — Atlanta_Falcons (@Atlanta_Falcons) September 30, 2014 The Falcons will promote Harland Gunn and Sean Baker from the practice squad. —...
Worrilow has been nearly free of criticism. The undrafted free agent seemed to be the only player who could tackle in 2013, working his way up to playing time and shining in a lost season. After adding weight, and calling the plays, the surprising player is at the top of the team's problems. Undrafted linebacker Paul Worrilow was one of the reasons Atlanta Falcons fans were optimistic coming into 2014. The undersized player added weight, quickly became a starter, and earned play calling duties. However, this season he has been a disaster. The middle of the field is consistently open, with...
Sunday's 41-28 victory over the Atlanta Falcons was the most exciting NFL game I've watched in years. I lived and died with every play, and a thrilling game had a finish to match. I walked away with one clear conclusion: Teddy Bridgewater can play.