Posts Tagged ‘New York Giants’

Jones facing new challenges in 2nd year with new offense, no Eli

Thursday, August 6th, 2020

Daniel Jones is facing a much different challenge in his second season with the New York Giants. The No. pick overall in last year's draft is no longer a rookie, and he is not at training camp as the understudy and heir apparent to Eli Manning as the Giants' quarterback.

Jones facing new challenges in 2nd year with new O, no Eli

Thursday, August 6th, 2020

Daniel Jones is facing a much different challenge in his second season with the New York Giants. The No. 6 pick overall in last year's draft is no longer a rookie, and he is not at training camp as the understudy and heir apparent to Eli Manning as the Giants' quarterback. Unless something drastic happens, Jones will be the starter when New York kicks off the Joe Judge era as coach in a Monday night home game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

NFC East Division Preview: Ezekiel Elliott and Saquon Barkley headline this group’s fantasy assets

Thursday, August 6th, 2020

Our crew previews the NFC East division for 2020 fantasy football.

New York Giants news, 8/6: Joe Judge on Markus Golden, Leonard Williams, more

Thursday, August 6th, 2020

In case you missed any of that coverage, here it is: Giants’ coach Joe Judge reiterates message about responsibility, sacrifice Nick Gates: Giants aim to give him “fair shot” at center and tackle Joe Judge: 80-man roster “was best for the team’s development” Here are a few more things that Judge spoke about on Wednesday. On bringing back Markus Golden ... I’m excited Markus is back in the building with us ...

Joe Judge excited to have Markus Golden back with Giants

Wednesday, August 5th, 2020

Pass rushers are a valuable commodity in the NFL and Markus Golden is coming off a 10-sack season in his first year spent with the New York Giants. But while pass rushers are coveted, Golden wasn't this offseason. It allowed the Giants to place the little-used unrestricted free agent tender on Golden this offseason and [more]

Joe Judge: No shirking responsibility in coronavirus fight

Wednesday, August 5th, 2020

Joe Judge is doing more than teach football to the New York Giants in his first training camp as the coach of a franchise that has fallen on hard times. In a world learning to deal with the ever-present threat of coronavirus, Judge has been relentless in discussing safety and responsibility to his players and coaches. When the Giants players and coaches reported to the teams last month, many were given the option of staying either in a team hotel or traveling back and forth from home to the team's headquarters in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

Jets’ Williamson overcame ‘dark places’ on road to comeback

Wednesday, August 5th, 2020

NEW YORK (AP) -- Disappointment and anger hit Avery Williamson in waves last season, vivid reminders that he couldn't get out on the field and play the game he loves.

Bleacher Report projects slight improvement for Giants in 2020

Wednesday, August 5th, 2020

The New York Giants dealt with a slew of issues during the 2019 season, ultimately leading to the team finishing with a 4-12 record that was the second-worst in the NFC East, and the fourth-worst in the NFL overall. Fast forward to 2020 and the Giants have made some improvements on both sides of the ball, but are those improvements enough for them to see an increase in wins? Well, Bleacher Report’s Kristopher Knox thinks so.

Giants look smart after Markus Golden officially signs his tender

Wednesday, August 5th, 2020

The New York Giants have not been one of the more cutting edge and astute NFL franchises the past few seasons under general manager Dave Gettleman. The Leonard Williams trade, the massive amounts of dead money they are willing to carry and the missteps in the NFL Draft have driven the narrative that the Giants are one of the “dumber” teams in the league, and that moniker is backed up by their 12-36 record over the past three seasons. But things may be turning around.

Is Darius Slayton Giants’ 2020 breakout star? Ex-NFL wide receiver thinks so

Wednesday, August 5th, 2020

If the Giants ever want to get off the “rebuilding” hamster wheel, they need their young players to step up and break out. In writing a piece for NFL.com, former NFL receiver Nate Burleson identifies Giants receiver Darius Slayton as one of five sophomore wideouts who stand a good chance of having a breakout season in 2020. Darius Slayton - New York GIants, age 23 Year 1: 14 games | 84 targets | 48 rec.