Here is a quick look around the Inter-Google at what is being written and said about our New York Giants today.
Giants midseason report card: Eli Manning, Hakeem Nicks, Ahmad Bradshaw lead Grade-A offense
"We've started off the season like this before and it didn't (hold) together," said guard Rich Seubert. "So we have to keep it going in the right direction."
Giants sign Zak DeOssie, Adam Koets to contract extensions | NJ.com
Long snapper, reserve lineman get new three-year deal.
Former Giants DB Shaun Williams is back in college learning, coaching | NJ.com
The 9-year NFL veteran is an asst. coach at William Paterson University.
Eli Manning, Steve Smith, Hakeem Nicks and Ahmad Bradshaw have Giants on track for historic season
Remember when offense seemed to be a struggle for the Giants? When Eli Manning took the field in those pre-Super Bowl days, everyone held their breath - even some of his teammates. A field goal was an acceptable result. A touchdown was a bonus.
These days, nothing less than six will do.
That's how locked in the NFL's No. 2 offense is right now. And the scary part is that reaching the end zone on every drive hardly seems like an unrealistic expectation the way the Giants are playing. During their five-game winning streak, they have seemed to be scoring at will.
New York Giants Vs. Dallas Cowboys: Giants Will Be Shuffling Offensive Line - SB Nation New York
The big storyline surrounding this week's NFC East matchup between the division-leading New York Giants (6-2) and the cellar-dwelling Dallas Cowboys (1-7) is, of course, Jason Garrett replacing Wade Phillips as head coach of the reeling Cowboys.
While the Giants might wonder what type of impact that will have on the Cowboys, beaten by a combined score of 80-24 the past two weeks, the Giants have an issue of their own to address this week.
That would be their beaten-up offensive line.
NFL releases guide sharing what players were told regarding hits, fines | NJ.com
Guidelines included section: 'Clarifications of hits on defenseless players and roughing the passer fouls.'