The Giants had hoped that 10 days of rest and a managed practice schedule would be enough to help ailing receiver Hakeem Nicks be ready for this weekend’s NFC East showdown with the Eagles.
The Giants are coming off a ten-day break, which usually spells trouble as too much time off can take away a team’s edge. Playing a divisional foe should help the Giants’ focus.
This wasn’t exactly how running back David Wilson, who thus far has only carried the ball six times for eight yards, envisioned the start of his NFL career.
Safety Antrel Rolle, who collided with a sideline cameraperson last week in the Giants’ win over Carolina, was not on the practice field today.
Nat K. writes… There is a maxim that a player does not lose his starting job because of injury. I’m sure that you are right that this will be true in the case of
by the Ref Having now heard from almost everyone in the western world about the officiating in Monday’s MNF game, I have decided that I would put my two cents in as well.
David L. writes… While it seems like its been Brown who has picked up the Giants running game and I agree he is running harder and smarter than Bradshaw so far, note that the
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