Eagles' LeSean McCoy says feud with Osi Umenyiora is over | NJ.com
The LeSean McCoy-Osi Umenyiora Twitter beef may finally be over. In a radio interview on Philadelphia's WIP Monday, McCoy said Umenyiora went up to him after the Eagles' win Sunday night and said, "Let's be done with it." McCoy, calling himself "a bigger man" despite continuing the grudge by calling Umenyiora "a ballerina in a Giants uniform," agreed and it looks like the feud is over after McCoy rushed for 123 yards on 23 carries Sunday night.
Sash back, hopes to play vs. Browns - Giants Blog - ESPN New York
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Tyler Sash returned to the Giants on Monday after serving a four-game suspension.
ProFootballWeekly.com - Giants RB Brown merits more work
There’s most definitely a place for Bradshaw, and the team hasn’t by any means given up on rookie David Wilson, or shelved him for his first season. If anything, the speed Wilson displayed returning kickoffs against the Eagles — 36.2-yard average on six attempts — will be put to good use as soon as Wilson shows he can hang onto the football consistently. Bradshaw can be used as a third-down option because of his pass-blocking and pass-catching ability, and he still runs hard and with purpose. But Brown has merited an expanded role based on what he has done to this point.
Absurdly premature 2012 playoff picture: Week 4 | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
From the blog Shutdown Corner: Top AFC seeds: Houston Texans, Baltimore Ravens Other AFC division champs: Denver Broncos, New England Patriots AFC wild cards: Pittsburgh Steelers, San Diego Chargers Top NFC seeds: Atlanta Falcons, San Francisco 49ers Other NFC division champs: Philadelphia Eagles, Green Bay ...
MVP Meter: Falcons' Ryan strengthens lead - Yahoo! Sports
From Yahoo! Sports: Panthers head coach Ron Rivera learned an important lesson in the worst way possible in Week Four of the young 2012 season — the longest possible field and little time to work with is not going to shake Falcons QB Matt Ryan.
At 2-2, Packers, Pats headed for playoffs; Cowboys, Bills are not - NFL.com
The Giants' strategy and play selection at the end of their loss to the Philadelphia Eagles was curious. They needed a field goal. Taking the chuck-and-duck approach without Hakeem Nicks was baffling. Run the ball and put Lawrence Tynes in a position to succeed. But as I wrote in this space last Tuesday, the Giants still are the cream of the NFC East crop.
Bottom line: With Eli Manning, Tom Coughlin and a championship fiber, they will go 10-6 and win the division.