7:17 AM EDT, Wed October 26, 2016
Ed Valentine / Big Blue View 17 mins ago

Logan Thomas once again back with New York Giants’ practice squad

This is the fourth time the Giants have signed Thomas and his third stint on the practice squad Logan Thomas is back with the New York Giants, signed once again on Tuesday to the team’s practice squad. Long-snapper Tyler Ott, signed last week in the event Zak DeOssie was unable to play against the Los Angeles Rams, had his practice squad contract terminated. Let’s hope that Thomas has learned to keep a suitcase packed. Here is his rather incredible Giants’ timeline. 6/17 — Claimed off waivers; B.J. Daniels waived 9/3 — Waived 9/5 — Signed to practice squad 9/13 — Practice...
Express-Times 1 hour ago
Can Eagles make the playoffs with current wide receivers?

Can Eagles make the playoffs with current wide receivers?

Granted, the Eagles have a war chest full of picks in every round of the 2017 NFL Draft it is fair to wonder if it is a reasonable investment to parlay any number of those choices in either an impending free agent 26-year-old or an expensive 29-year-old receiver.
Giants Gab 9 hours ago

Giants Cut Ties with Admitted Abuser Kicker Josh Brown

The Giants cut Josh Brown on Tuesday afternoon after weeks of standing behind the disgraced kicker, Dan Duggan of the Newark Star-Ledger reports. “We believed we did the right thing at every juncture in our relationship with Josh,” co-owner John Mara said in a statement. “Our beliefs, our judgments and our decisions were misguided. We […] The post Giants Cut Ties with Admitted Abuser Kicker Josh Brown appeared first on Giants Gab.
Blogging The Boys 11 hours ago

Remaining Strength Of Schedule For All 32 Teams Based On Vegas Super Bowl Odds

The remaining schedule could easily play a key role in determining which teams make it to the playoffs and which don't. Traditional strength of schedule calculations add up the record of a team’s 16 opponents to get a cumulative win percentage for all 16 opponents. That exercise can also be done mid-season to get a feel for the remaining strength of schedule (SOS) each team faces. For example, the Colts' nine remaining opponents (counting division opponents twice) have a 31-21 W/L record so far this season, so the Colts have an SOS of .596, the highest of any team in the NFL. Another way...

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