Posts Tagged ‘New York Giants’

Dented facemasks, Zeke or Pollard and can Daniel Jones outrun Sterling Shepard? | Ekeler’s Edge

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021

Los Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler joins Yahoo Sports’ Fantasy Expert Liz Loza to describe the fallout of the hardest hit he’s ever taken. Preview his Chargers’ showdown with the Chiefs. Play a game of Make Your Pick including deciding between surprisingly red-hot QBs, rookie WRs, and backfield teammates. Plus, Giants wide receiver Sterling Shepard shares his fantasy football fan experiences, and what would be the outcome of a foot race between Shepard and his quarterback.

Giants injury report: Evan Engram, Kenny Golladay limited

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021

Five New York Giants, including TE Evan Engram and WR Kenny Golladay, were limited on Wednesday. Three others did not practice.

Washington wins and doesn’t move up in USA TODAY NFL power rankings

Tuesday, September 21st, 2021

Washington stands pat in the USA TODAY Sports NFL power ranking after its first win.

Giants place Nick Gates on injured reserve

Tuesday, September 21st, 2021

The Giants placed offensive lineman Nick Gates on injured reserve Tuesday, five days after his gruesome injury. In his first career start at left guard, Gates fractured his lower left leg. He stayed in Washington overnight and had surgery Friday. Gates started the previous 17 games at center before moving to guard in the absence [more]

Giants roster moves: Nick Gates to IR, practice squad protections announced

Tuesday, September 21st, 2021

Nick Gates’ season is officially over. The New York Giants placed Gates, a team captain and starting offensive lineman, on IR Tuesday after Gates suffered a left leg fracture last Thursday vs. the Washington Football Team. After 17 straight starts at center, Gates was making his first career start at left guard on Thursday in place of the injured Shane Lemieux.

Calling B.S. on Giants’ Daniel Jones being named PFF Offensive Player of the Week

Tuesday, September 21st, 2021

Here’s our comprehensive guide (and top betting offers) Pro Football Focus has named New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones its Offensive Player of the Week for Week 2 in the NFL. Sure, Jones had a decent game in Thursday’s 30-29 loss to the Washington Football Team, throwing for 249 yards and one touchdown, and adding another 95 yards and one touchdown on the ground. Jones finished the night with a 102.2 QB rating.

Daniel Jones, Giants making the case for vertical throws

Monday, September 20th, 2021

The New York Giants lost a football game Thursday night in heart-breaking fashion. Rather than improve to 1-1 with a road win over a division rival — and send them to the dreaded 0-2 start in the process — the Giants now find themselves alone in last place in the NFC East, staring up at three 1-1 teams. But, dare we say the offense is actually close to being good?

Giants news, 9/20: Saquon Barkley, Nick Gates, more

Monday, September 20th, 2021

Good morning, New York Giants fans! NFL Week 2 takeaways: What we learned, big reaction questions and team confidence ratings for every game - ESPN What to know: The Giants just don’t seem to know how to win. This time they let the game slip away on multiple occasions, with the final mistake being when they jumped offsides on a last-second field goal attempt, giving Washington the second chance it needed to win.

NFC East Division Week 2 Wrap: Washington Holds on to First Place

Sunday, September 19th, 2021

Washington Football Team (1-1, 1st Place) Backup quarterback Taylor Heinicke sliced and diced the Giants' suspect pass defense on his way to posting a division-best 336 passing yards. In the end, it came down to a walk-off field goal by Dustin Hopkins, who was gifted the second chance when Giants defensive lineman Dexter Lawrence was flagged for being offside on the initial 38-yard attempt that Hopkins hit wide right.

Fantasy Football: Early Week 3 waiver wire pickups

Sunday, September 19th, 2021

Get ahead of the competition with Andy Behrens' early waiver wire pickups for Week 3.