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Sept 30 The New York Giants are searching for answers and they face the task of playing on a day of the week the Seattle Seahawks own and in a stadium where they have never lost. The Seahawks are 5-0 at MetLife Stadium, including the only Super Bowl title in franchise history. Three of the five wins have come against the Giants. And they are 28-12 all-time on Monday night, a .700 win percentage that is the best of any team. This also can be viewed as a must-win for New York, with games at Miami and Buffalo to follow.
Sept 29 Everything
seemed so promising for the New York Giants and their offense this summer.
Tight end Darren Waller looked unstoppable in training camp. Rookie receiver Jalin
Hyatt was wowing everyone with his speed. Receivers Parris Campbell and Darius
Slayton looked like they could give the rookie a good race, too.
Report - While the season is only three weeks old, there is apparently no
time like the present to start throwing hand grenades at Giants' quarterback Daniel
Jones. So what else is new? The Brigade of Lesser Sportswriters (BLS) has already
jumped on Jones for the team's sorry 1-2 start and has proclaimed the monster
contract he signed to be a team disaster engineered by general manager Joe Schoen.
Well, just a moment, fellas and girls.
Sept 27 The
Giants returned to the practice field for a one-hour walkthrough and as is
so often the case, the offensive line was among the team's chief topics of conversation.
Left tackle Andrew Thomas, who missed the last two games with a hamstring injury,
hopes to return to the field Monday night, when the Giants host the Seattle Seahawks.
Sept 26 Giants' offensive issues start, but don't end, with offensive line. If you want to take a glass half-full approach, you can look at the New York Giants' offense and say that it has been twice as good as the defense so far this season. After all, the offense has played two good quarters out of 12, while the defense has played just one. Jokes aside, what is going on with the Giants' offense? You can look at the situation with the Giants' offense, pin the issues on two things and call it a day. Those things?
NFC East News.
Sept 25 For Giants' defense, awful tackling is biggest of several issues. Wink Martindale said he believes "every year" that he will run a top-tier defense. He clearly expected the 2023 Giants defense to be better than the 2022 unit that was 25th in yards, 17th in points and 31st in rushing yards per attempt allowed. The defense has been anything but exciting to watch for the first three games. It has, bluntly, been abominable.
Sept 24 The 30-12 loss to the San Francisco 49ers showcased that the G-Men aren't quite ready to hang with the NFL's elite. However, there's no question that Mike Kafka needs to make some changes on offense. One of the biggest takeaways from the defeat in primetime was that both Wan'Dale Robinson and Jalin Hyatt were barely used. Robinson, making his first appearance since tearing his ACL, hauled in four receptions for only 21 yards. As for Hyatt?Sept 23 The San Francisco 49ers took care of business at home on Thursday night, beating the New York Giants 30-12 to advance to 3-0. A statistical review of Week 3 Thursday Night Football: - - New York Giants' offensive struggles continue.
Sept 22 Giants lose to San Francisco 30-12
On the Game - Game 3
Gamegirl ..."The Giants weren't expected to win this game, and despite some good efforts, that's how things worked out..."
Mikefan ..."The Giants needed a good first half, but couldn't stop the 49ers on third and long and that had them behind 17-6. They couldn't catch up after that ..."
49ers win 13th straight in the regular season, beat the Giants 30-12
Instant Analysis: Giants fall to 49ers, 30-12
Giants unable to mount another comeback against 49ers
Giants fall to 49ers, 30-12
New York Giants report card: underachievement in 30-12 loss to 49ers
Four Takeaways for the New York Giants in their 30-12 loss to San Francisco
Thursday night game shows a massive gulf between the Giants and the 49ers
San Francisco 49ers 30 - New York Giants 12
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Sept 20 Saquon Barkley's injury history, and the highs and lows for NY Giants' star-crossed player. From exhilaration to frustration, anger and pain for Barkley in a matter of eight seconds. He had his best run in quite some time, spinning away from the middle of the line and breaking five tackles on the left side, a powerful display of everything he can be for a 16-yard gain. Two plays later, an Arizona defender fell on his ankle, and his day was over. Barkley received promising news from the MRI and further testing on his ankle.
Sept 19 New York Giants week 2 report card vs. Arizona Cardinals. We're two weeks into the 18-week 2023 season, and so far, this Giants team can best be described as a team that has beaten who they should beat (the Arizona Cardinals, albeit barely), and has lost to teams still regarded as better than them (Dallas Cowboys).Sept 18 Giants win over the Cardinals 31-28
On the Game - Game 2
Gamegirl ..."I said it last week, and I'll say it again. I can't believe what I saw tonight..."
Mikefan ..."The Giants finally woke up in the second half. Can they keep it going?..."
Giants rally from a 21-point deficit to beat Cardinals 31-28
Instant Analysis: Giants win classic comeback in the desert
Five things we learned: 'Resilient' Giants make history
New York Giants top Arizona Cardinals 31-28 in comeback thriller
New York Giants 31 - Arizona Cardinals 28
New York Giants top Arizona Cardinals 31-28 in comeback thriller
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Report - All right, the Giants lost 40-love in their opener last Sunday night.
Get over it. Now they get to play one of the weaker teams in the NFL (yeah, probably
weaker than they are) when they take the road against the Arizona Cardinals Sunday.
But there is this ominous word of warning - they plan to bring the same offensive
line with them; you know, the one that gave up seven sacks and a total of 12 quarterback
York Giants right guard Mark Glowinski has been around long enough to know
there is going to be fallout after a team is embarrassed in its season opener
and its quarterback is sacked seven times. That's what happened to Daniel Jones
on Sunday night in a 40-0 loss to the Dallas Cowboys, and the fans are looking
for someone to blame.
Sept 14 The Giants have something to prove after their opening game performance, a forgettable 40-0 loss to the Dallas Cowboys in MetLife Stadium. It was a bitter pill to swallow, but almost all players and coaches have experienced a galling defeat. The Giants get their first opportunity to prove that the lopsided loss was a one-game aberration when they face 0-1 Cardinals Sunday in Arizona.
Sept 13 We all know how embarrassing and frustrating Sunday night was for the NY Giants and their fans, especially those in attendance who painfully watched the Dallas Cowboys dismantle Big Blue. Still, one major takeaway from the 40-0 massacre at MetLife Stadium was the Giants' lack of protection, especially on the right side. Three free-agent OL the NY Giants must call right now to help Daniel Jones.
Sept 12 The Giants' season-opening loss was cataclysmic, but Brian Daboll's reaction to it was calm. With 16 games remaining, an overreaction would only complicate a cleanup that's needed in several areas. So, Daboll responded as he does after victories, defeats or ties, reviewing what occurred, pinpointing areas for improvement, and begin preparing for the next opponent, in this case the Cardinals Sunday in Arizona.Sept 11 Giants lose to the Cowboys 40-0
On the Game - Game 1
Gamegirl ..."I can't believe what I saw tonight..."
Mikefan ..."This was one of the worst games the Giants have ever played..."
Cowboys rip error-prone Giants 40-0
Instant Analysis: Giants fall to Cowboys in season opener
Dallas dominant in record blowout of Giants
Cowboys annihilate Giants 40-0
Dallas Cowboys 40 - New York Giants 0
Cowboys defense touted as NFL's best as Dallas rout Giants 40-0
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