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Giants vs Rams – Week 7 Preview

London, baby! On October 28, 2007, the New York Giants defeated the Miami Dolphins 13-10 in the first international game played in NFL history. Continue reading

Giants 27, Ravens 23 – Highlights, Recap, and Analysis

The New York Giants arrived to MetLife on Sunday desperate for a victory and that is precisely what they got, defeating the Baltimore Ravens, 27-23. Continue reading

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Giants vs Ravens – Week 6 Preview

The Baltimore Ravens (3-2) are making a trip to MetLife Stadium to face off against the Giants in a Week 6 matchup. We’ve now gotten to the point of the season where teams are officially starting to set up how divisions will be played out and just how real of a contender some teams many be. To put it short, the Giants must win this game. Continue reading

Giants 16, Packers 23 – Highlights, Recap, and Analysis

New week, same result. The New York Giants again had a dismal performance, losing to the Packers in Green Bay, 23-16. From the opening kickoff Aaron Rodgers set the tone early as a long drive resulted in a touchdown. Eli and the Giants again found themselves playing from behind, and once again are left searching for answers. Continue reading

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Giants vs Packers – Week 5 Preview

Week 5 of the 2016 season. New York Giants, 2-2, versus the Green Bay Packers, 2-1. Lambeau Field. The Giants and Packers have met for many great matchups in recent memory, and once again New York faces a big test in what has now become a crucial game. Continue reading

Giants 10, Vikings 24 – Highlights, Recap, and Analysis

The New York Giants did everything but shine under the lights Monday night, as yet again they played an uneven, undisciplined game. With a 24-10 loss to the now 4-0 Minnesota Vikings, the Giants fall to 2-2 after a promising 2-0 start and a trip to Green Bay on the horizon. Continue reading

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Giants vs Vikings – Week 4 Preview

We are already three weeks through the 2016 season, and the New York Giants hold a modest 2-1 record. There’s no doubt that last week’s game vs rival Washington was one big hot mess, but there is no reason to be pressing the panic button after one game. Now the Giants will be headed to Minnesota and Green Bay for back-to-back primetime outings on the road. Continue reading