Over the course of roughly two and half weeks, the Giants have risen from the abyss to prosperity—or at the very least to a promising future.
In the NFL, coaches dissect their 16-game regular season into fourths. Heading into week four, the Giants can significantly alleviate their disastrous beginning to the 2015 campaign and plausibly look forward optimistically with a win over the Buffalo Bills in New York this Sunday at 1 p.m.
Seize the moment. In the 16-game NFL regular season schedule, every win is precious and every loss is consequential.
The Giants’ distressing 27-26 defeat to the defending NFC East champions the Dallas Cowboys on the road Sunday night
As the Giants engage in the final preparations for their 2015-16 season opener versus the Dallas Cowboys on the road this Sunday night (8:30 p.m.), to date, the parts indeed equal the sum.
New York Giants defensive end Robert Ayers knows that in the unforgiving world of the NFL, no one is shedding a tear for him or any other injured player.
There are only two more dress rehearsals for the New York Giants before the curtain opens on the 2015 season.
Victor Cruz has proved to be appealing after playing himself on the HBO series “Ballers.”
Despite the absence of defensive lineman Jason Pierre-Paul, whose status with the Giants is still in limbo, the defense is still moving forward in training camp under the direction of Steve Spagnuolo.
Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly has at once been hailed and mocked for his unconventional approach to building a football program.