The New York Giants are once again on the lookout for a new head coach.
Once again languishing in the standings, the New York Giants will be sellers at the trade deadline.
Could Evan Engram get moved before the deadline?
Matthew Bowen provides an in-depth look at Kadarius Toney's first few weeks in the NFL.
Predicting the 2021 NFL Draft.
Analyzing NFL free agency so far.
The Chicago Bears have a new quarterback, but it isn't Russell Wilson. Andy Dalton is the consolation prize of sorts for a fanbase still waiting for a franchise-level player at football's most important position.
The New York Giants won't win the NFC East until franchise stars quarterback Daniel Jones and running back Saquon Barkley prove they can stay healthy. Barkley missed almost the entire 2020 NFL season, while Jones started only 14 games and missed time in two of those.
As we await the game, let’s take a look back at the 10 most iconic Super Bowl plays in history.
With the recent retirement of Indianapolis Colts QB Philip Rivers, the active quarterbacks remaining from the 2004 NFL Draft class has been whittled down to just one—Pittsburgh Steelers signal caller Ben Roethlisberger.
With all that being said, some players elevated above and beyond when it mattered most, and in this list, we are going to try and rank the top 10, and count down to the most dominant individual Super Bowl performance of all-time.
Along the years, there have been multiple upsets by teams that were not given much of a chance by the experts.
The Giants are currently occupying fourth place in an impressively bad NFC East division with a record of 1-6.
Wide receiver Golden Tate has seen a decline in production since his first season with the New York Giants.
This prediction truly is a worst case scenario, but it would allow the Giants a shot at a premier defender such as Micah Parsons or Gregory Rousseau in the 2021 draft class which would continue the rebuild that has begun around Martinez on that side of the ball.