Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Giants guard Chris Snee passes concussion tests

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Giants right guard Chris Snee passed his concussion tests today.
By Mike Garafolo - Star Ledger 10/18/11

New York Giants: Justin Tuck and 4 Players Thankful for Bye Week

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By Erick Fernandez - Bleacher Report 10/18/11

Jacobs won't return until his knee is 100%

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Giants running back Brandon Jacobs, who has missed the past two games with a knee injury, said today "you can bet your bottom dollar" he won't play hurt like he did in 2009.
By Mike Garafolo - Star Ledger 10/18/11

Eli Manning, NFL's No. 3-rated QB, gets some love in your Giants comments

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Aw shucks, Eli Manning has the NFL's No. 3 QB rating at 101.1.
By Star Ledger Staff - 10/18/11

2012 NFL Draft Big Board Week 7

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By Matt Miller - Bleacher Report 10/18/11

Giants Bumped Up in National Power Rankings

After a big win against the Bills, the Giants earn higher sports all across the board across national sports media NFL Power Rankings.

By Dan Salomone - Giants.com 10/18/11

Despite victory, Giants defense gave up too many big plays to Buffalo Bills, like Fred Jackson's run

The Giants defense suffers a massive breakdown on Fred Jackson's 80-yard touchdown.
The Giants defense suffers a massive breakdown on Fred Jackson's 80-yard touchdown.
By Ebenezer Samuel - NY Dailynews 10/18/11

Tom Coughlin knows first-place NY Giants have very difficult remaining schedule after bye, Dolphins

Tom Coughlin knows the Giants have a very difficult schedule after the bye week.
Tom Coughlin knows the Giants have a very difficult schedule after the bye week.
By Ebenezer Samuel - NY Dailynews 10/18/11

Faith in each other keeping Big Blue afloat

COMING IN WAVES: Even though the Giants were without the likes of Justin Tuck, limited to waving a towel in support of his teammates, the Giants have confidence in each other and in the coaching of Tom Coughlin, who was quick to congratulate Corey Webster on his game-changing interception.
By George Willis - NY Post 10/18/11

Coughlin hopes time heals all wounds

By Paul Schwartz - NY Post 10/18/11

Rebuilt O-line coming together

CLEARING THE WAY: The Giants’ new-look offensive line, including Kevin Boothe (77), David Baas (64) and David Diehl (66), is coming off its best game protecting Eli Manning and opening holes for Ahmad Bradshaw.
CLEARING THE WAY: The Giants’ new-look offensive line, including Kevin Boothe (77), David Baas (64) and David Diehl (66), is coming off its best game protecting Eli Manning and opening holes for Ahmad Bradshaw.
By Paul Schwartz - NY Post 10/18/11

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