EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The New York Giants hoped starting running back Rashad Jennings would be able to return from his knee injury and play Monday Night against the Colts. He will not. Giants coach Tom Coughlin said Thursday that there was no chance Jennings would be able to play Monday, leaving the running game once again in the hands of rookie Andre Williams and faded veteran Peyton Hillis. Jennings will miss his third game in a row since spraining his knee in the Week 5 victory against the Falcons.
New York Daily News 2 hours ago
The Giants will be without their best running back for a third straight game. On Thursday, coach Tom Coughlin quickly ruled out Rashad Jennings, who has missed the last two games with a sprained MCL in his left knee.
Express-Times 8 hours ago
It was a rough week for the top teams in the NFL last weekend, as the San Diego Chargers, Green Bay Packers, Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles and Indianapolis Colts all teams considered at the top of the league lost.
Big Blue View 4 hours ago
What can the Giants expect on Monday night? Let's get to know more about the Indianapolis Colts, the New York Giants' opponent on Monday night at MetLife Stadium. How? With our weekly 'Five Questions' segment, this time feature Josh Wilson of SB Nation's Colts web...
Since Halloween is tomorrow, this week's Throwback Thursday looks at one of the Colts most memorable games on the holiday. It also happens to be one of the Colts (and the league's) most memorable games. And it all happened on Monday Night Football. I’m aware that the Indianapolis Colts and the New York Giants have played in some very big games in the past. Some might say, great games. However, I want to focus on Halloween instead. That certainly has something to do with the fact that it is both tomorrow, and one of my favorite holidays. I’m also sure that the second I mentioned...
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Bradshaw is enjoying a resurgent season in Indianapolis Overcoming injuries and proving those who doubted his talents wrong have always been part of the story for Ahmad Bradshaw. He did it for six seasons with the New York Giants, helping them win two Super Bowl titles. He is doing it again this season...