EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Kieran Darcy has your New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. update here. My take on this is that he's practicing, which is progress, but that I wouldn't assume he's a go for Sunday's game against the Atlanta Falcons just yet. It's telling that Tom Coughlin said Beckham doesn't have to be a factor in the punt return game in order to get on the field, and that indicates we might see him in a limited role at wide receiver this week or next.
The Falcoholic 14 hours ago
The Atlanta Falcons travel to the frozen north to face off against a surging New York Giants team. Had the Falcons drawn the Giants during the first couple of weeks of the season, when they were busy stumbling and bumbling their way around on offense, life might have been simpler. As it is, the Falcons...
The Falcoholic 15 hours ago
No one's quite sure how serious Joe Hawley's injury is just yet, but it's likely Peter Konz will draw the start at center on Sunday. No one's quite sure what's going on with Joe Hawley's injury, but his outlook for the upcoming game against the New York Giants...
Newark Star-Ledger 15 hours ago
There seems to be a realistic target date for Sunday when the Giants host the Atlanta Falcons.
Eli Manning's career hasn't been an unending stream of Super Bowls and successes. He's had slumps and poor performances and in four of the last five years, he hasn't made the playoffs. During those sour periods, he's heard plenty of derision from fans -- even at home games.
Newark Star-Ledger 14 hours ago
Manning may not have said what Smith did, but it doesn't mean he hasn't thought it.
Giants Blog | ESPN New York 14 hours ago
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- How did Eli Manning spend a rare Sunday off during football season? Watching football, of course. Manning said he did some channel-surfing during the afternoon, but while the division rival Cowboys were beating up on the Saints in the...
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- After a rough first game of the season, New York Giants left tackle Will Beatty has performed quite well in his last three games -- much more like the 2012 Will Beatty who earned a five-year free-agent contract than the 2013 version who admitted in December that the contract had proven too much for him to handle psychologically in its first season. "Last year," Beatty said Monday, "was just an anomaly." If that's the case, then Beatty's recovery from a broken leg and the rebound in his performance have come at a good time.