Good morning, New York Giants fans! Here are your Monday morning headlines as we begin the final week of the preseason.
Prince, others: Giants aren't ready
"I still think we’re not where we need to be, and it’s obvious to everyone," Amukamara said after the game. "I don’t know if I remember feeling like this last year, but you don’t want to feel unsure going into the season, especially when the first week is a division opponent [Sept. 13 against Dallas in Arlington, Texas].
"You want to be confident. … Going into the season, you want to feel ready, you want to feel right, you want to feel confident as a defense like, ‘Man, we’re ready to take on an opponent for real,’ [and] personally I don’t think that."
During his Sunday conference call, head coach Tom Coughlin appeared to agree.
"I think we all have a ways to go," Coughlin said. "I don't think any of it is exactly where it should be."
Some in the media would appear to agree. Witness these posts:
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Around the league
Former Giants cornerback Charles James has been making quite a splash with the Houston Texans. So much so that the Texans allowed the excitable James to play running back over the weekend, and he did this.
When Odell Beckham made his famous catch last season against the Dallas Cowboys, many said he could have done it without the gloves he was wearing. Well, now the NFL may take a closer look at the gloves being worn by players. Why? They are becoming too good.
Baltimore Ravens' coach John Harbaugh is drawing criticism for a contentious halftime interview.
Tom Brady and Roger Goodell are back in court Monday.