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NY Giants teammates support Eli Manning's stance on violence - NY Daily News
Eli Manning wanted to get the attention of NFL players when he called for an end to domestic violence on Thursday. But the Giants’ franchise quarterback may end up getting the attention of a lot more people than that.
Ignoring NFL a line no one will cross - NY Daily News
While they pinball between panic and crisis, Roger Goodell, NFL owners and other league suits find comfort in the fact that there are lines even their most ardent critics won’t cross.
On Adrian Peterson, Ray Rice situations, Giants' Mathias Kiwanuka says Roger Goodell dropped ball - NY Daily News
Mathias Kiwanuka is concerned with the NFL’s increasingly tarnished image. The Giants defensive end said NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has "mishandled" the recent domestic violence and child abuse issues that have come to light
Spencer Paysinger, Mark Herzlich Ready To Fill In For Banged-Up Giants " CBS New York
With Jon Beason's status up in the air and rookie Devon Kennard already sidelined with a hamstring problem, Spencer Paysinger and Mark Herzlich will likely split strong-side linebacker duties next to Jameel McClain for the Giants on Sunday.
The NFL's 0-2 Teams: Ranking Their Chances of Making the Playoffs | AthlonSports.com
The reality in the NFL is that teams generally can’t afford slow starts. Unlike in other sports, there just aren’t enough games to absorb an early stumble. The percentage of teams that lose their opener and go on to make the playoffs is low. It’s exponentially lower for 0-2 teams, and the odds are virtually non-existent at 0-3.
Zak DeOssie Turns Giants Game Into Ivy League Grudge Match - WSJ
Giants long snapper Zak DeOssie, who went to Brown, hopes to run into Texans quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, a Harvard alumnus, before the teams face off Sunday at MetLife Stadium for a little Ivy League trash talk.