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NY Giants' Mathias Kiwanuka gets his shot along defensive line and makes difference in victory over San Francisco 49ers - NY Daily News
Mathias Kiwanuka has been a problem for the Giants since the day they drafted him in the first round in 2006. They knew he’d be a dangerous weapon, especially in the pass rush. But they’ve never seemed to know how to use him best.
Stapleton: Antrel Rolle backing up words - NorthJersey.com
Antrel Rolle's words and actions have become lock step with what Tom Coughlin demands from the leaders in his locker room.
Giants' Antrel Rolle says Robert Griffin III is all-around quarterback, 'different' than Michael Vick | NJ.com
"I haven't watched too much film on RGIII yet. I've just seen highlights and this, that and the other," Rolle said on his weekly spot on WFAN this afternoon. "But, of course, they're different. They're two totally different quarterbacks and I think that their game as far as their offensive approach is extremely different. RGIII, as you know, he can run the ball. I think he runs the ball a lot more than Michael Vick. I mean, he's a fast guy. He has a very, very strong arm and I think he's an all-around quarterback and he's going to get better with time."
Chris Canty will practice this week for New York Giants - NYPOST.com
Coming off their most impressive defensive performance of the season in a 26-3 beat-down of the 49ers, the Giants are getting healthier. Chris Canty, the starting defensive tackle who has been on...
Trash Talk: Giants ignoring Super Bowl hangover - Sports- NBC Sports
Here is the most surprising development of the 2012 NFL season:
The New York Giants want it more than anyone else.
That’s not the way it’s supposed to be. It upsets the carefully constructed paradigm, which states that a Super Bowl champion is supposed to be fulfilled and complacent the following year. That fact, coupled with the insatiable desire of challengers to knock off the top dogs, makes sure that a Super Bowl champion doesn’t repeat.
In fact, no one has repeated since the New England Patriots won back-to-back titles after the 2003 and ’04 seasons.
The Giants are playing as if conventional wisdom doesn’t apply to them, and they may be right. What they did to the 49ers Sunday in San Francisco was astonishing.