Could It Be More Obvious? Ahmad Bradshaw Gets Giants’ Game Ball | Paul Dottino " CBS New York
Sometimes, these things are just too easy. Bradshaw put up career-highs with 30 carries and 200 yards to go with a touchdown.
Next Man Up! Depth, Front Office Separates NY Giants From Jets | Ernie Palladino " CBS New York
Hakeem Nicks remains down, Ramses Barden steps up. Barden goes down, Rueben Randle steps up. It goes like that for the Giants. Not so much for the Jets.
Giants replay: Stevie Brown comes through - NorthJersey.com
Brandon Weeden badly overthrew Josh Gordon and safety Stevie Brown wound up with an easy interception, returning the ball 46 yards to set up the tying touchdown.
NY Giants rookies David Wilson, Rueben Randle prove themselves as offensive players against Cleveland Browns, in addition to their special teams value - NY Daily News
All they could talk about was special teams. Over the last three weeks, rookies David Wilson and Rueben Randle could not get on the field with Eli Manning and the Giants’ loaded offense. So the two players would hang out after practice and analyze their roles as return men.
NY Giants' Victor Cruz end zone celebration may change his trademark salsa dance - NY Daily News
Victor Cruz is thinking about spicing up his salsa. After a career-high three touchdowns, each celebrated with his trademark end-zone dance step, the receiver feels maybe the salsa is getting a bit mild.
The Giants' Slump-Busters: Browns, Boos - WSJ.com
Bradshaw shakes off atcalls for fumble to have monster day on ground; Playing winless Cleveland doesn't hurt, either
Umenyiora's son out of hospital after asthma attack - NFL.com
Osi Umenyiora had more pressing matters to attend to than celebrating the New York Giants' 41-27 win over the Cleveland Browns. He rushed to the hospital to be with his son.
Week 5 winners/losers: Michael Vick is still Eagles' best option despite erratic play - Yahoo! Sports
From Yahoo! Sports: Given the porous play of the offensive line, Philadelphia would be better off letting Vick play through his issues.
Did the Chargers err by not keeping Drew Brees? The answer is no. Clark Judge says San Diego did what any wise franchise would do: not re-sign a QB coming off a serious shoulder injury with Philip Rivers on the bench.