Monthly Archive for September, 2009

: September, 2009

Morning Line: Wednesday

Ahmad Bradshaw taking a lead role? (New York Daily News) The numbers from victory over the Bucs – staggering. (giants.com) Chiefs having trouble. (Kansas City Star) The BFL? (Connecticut Post)
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Morning Line: Tuesday

Giants once again have the runs. (Connecticut Post) Offensive linemen join the injury parade; Coach Coughlin optimistic. (Newark Star-Ledger) Chiefs not exactly loaded at the skill positions. (Kansas
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Morning Line: Monday

Giants D administers a beatdown. (Connecticut Post) Tuck packs light, talks his way into playing; Giants again a bit banged up. (Newark Star-Ledger) Bucs in a bad place. (St. Petersburg Times) So are
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Giants 24, Buccaneers 0: Post Game Report

Coach Coughlin couldn’t have scripted it any better. Win the toss, take the kickoff, march down the field for a red zone TD, then follow up with a three-and-out on D. Hard to believe, but that it was
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Tampa Bay Memories

The Giants don’t match up with Tampa Bay much (Giants lead the all-time series 10-6, as well as a playoff win in the 2007 season), but the Gmen have made some memorable trips to Tampa. Your Giants
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Keys to the Game: Week Three

After last week’s hype fest, this week’s game has all the makings of a let-down or trap matchup. By the numbers, it seems pretty simple: the Giants are 2-0, the Buccaneers 0-2 – two teams moving in
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Giants Have Three Weeks to Sort Out Injury Woes

Kenny Phillips’ season ended in a dismal fashion yesterday. A diagnosis of patella femoral arthritis sent him to the injured reserve list and puts his career in jeopardy. While Coach Coughlin and
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Safety Kenny Phillips on IR; Out for the Year

Only two games into the season, the Giants’ injuries are reaching a tipping point.
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Morning Line: Thursday

The injuries continue to mount. (Connecticut Post) Justin Tuck doubtful; displays his mastery of the locker room interview. (giants.com) Derrick Ward pumped for Sunday. (Newark Star-Ledger)
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Plaxico Goes to Shawshank

Well, not quite. His accommodations aside, Burress has always embodied the good and the bad of the modern athlete, and how one can sometimes spur the other. Burress is a freakish talent, a combination
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