New York Giants

Randy Moss gives Odell Beckham Jr a new nickname

Randy Moss was a very good pass catcher in his day and now he has a new favorite. He gave mad props to Odell Beckham Jr of the New York Giants for his amazing catch, and even gave him a new nickname. Do you follow the NFL Draft? If so follow NFL Draft Diamonds on […]
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Tweets of the Game: Reactions from Odell Beckham Jr.’s catch

Even though the New York Giants lost once again and fell to 3-8, falling 28-24 to archrival Dallas Cowboys, there was one bright spot to take away.
That was rookie wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.’s sick touchdown catch. Twitter explodes with this unreal catch:

Man I just witnessed the greatest catch ever possibly by Odell Beckham Jr! WOW!!!!
— LeBron James (@KingJames) November 24, 2014

My Goodness…. That young man is bad!!!! — Richard Sherman (@RSherman_25) November 24, 2014

Odell Beckham Jr. saves the 50 Cent first pitch! h/t Matt Schanzlin pic.twitter.com/dHWu1AzhCT
— MLB Memes (@MLBMeme) November 24, 2014

 

My Goodness…. That young man is bad!!!!
— Richard Sherman (@RSherman_25) November 24, 2014

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Giants lose LB Jameel McClain to a knee injury

The New York Giants are already thin at the linebacker position and if McClain is injured badly the team will be forced to find a replacement. @Giants: LB Jameel McClain has a knee injury. His return is questionable. #NYG #Giants #NFL If McClain is injured bad, Jonathan Vilma could be a possible replacement. The linebacker […]
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WATCH: Dallas Cowboys TE Jason Witten Catches a Touchdown Worth Exactly the Same as Odell Beckham Jr.

Yes–New York Giants rookie wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. made a tremendous catch against the Dallas Cowboys. It will easily be one of the best of the season if not the best. Is it the best ever? I’ll let someone from NFL Films that gets paid to do research look in to that one. That being said…It was just one catch and it was worth the exact same as this one Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten made.via Bleacher ReportRead more »

Giants rookie Odell Beckham makes the nastiest catch of the year (VIDEO)

Odell Beckham Jr. of the New York Giants has been a pleasant surprise this year and boy did he shock the Cowboys on this amazing catch. This might be the catch of the year.  This was an amazing grab, WOW!!! Do you follow the NFL Draft? If so follow NFL Draft Diamonds on Twitter and […]
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WATCH: New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Makes Incredible Catch; Chris Collinsworth and Twitter Explode

Ever since he finally started playing, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. has made it a habit of making the impossible catch. Sunday night against the Dallas Cowboys he did it again early in the second quarter against Dallas with this gem:Read more »

Watch: Odell Beckham Jr. Makes Catch of the Year

Early in the second quarter of Sunday night’s divisional showdown between the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants, rookie receiver Odell Beckham Jr. pulled off one of the most impressive catches we’ve seen in years.
 
 
 
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WATCH: Odell Beckham makes the catch of the season

Rookie New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr already caught one touchdown pass against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night before potentially hauling in the single-best reception of the 2014 NFL season.
You have to see it to believe it.

Beckham, who was putting up ridiculous catches during the pregame workouts, continues to amazing viewers with his stunning ability to come down with the football.
The Giants have consistently missed on their first-round picks over the years, but Beckham Jr. appears to be an exception to the rule here.
What an absolutely amazing play here, especially considering the rookie from LSU was interfered with by Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr.
Just wow!
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Watch: Odell Beckham Jr. ‘s One-Handed TD Grab is the Best Catch of the Year

New York Giants rookie Odell Beckham Jr. is a freak of nature. No ifs, ands, or buts about it.
He’s made a few spectacular catches during the season already, but none came close to being as remarkable as this one.

Can you saw catch of the year? Or even – best catch ever?
Al Michael’s called it the “play of the decade.”

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Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants Preview and Prediction

NFC East rivals headed in opposite directions will put a bow on Sunday’s slate when the Dallas Cowboys face the New York Giants tonight on NBC…

Ride’em Cowboy or The Last Roundup: Five Key Priorities For the Giants Defeating The Cowboys

Unfortunately for New York fans, last week Eli Manning threw five interceptions in the Giants loss to the San Francisco 49ers, 16-10. In a dismal performance which actually began with a crisp Giants opening drive, they could not find a way to seal the deal. This week, they face a red hot 7-3 Dallas Cowboys team and cannot afford to play the way they did against them on October 19th, when they lost 31-21. Here are the keys for the Gmen defeating the Dallas Cowboys in week seven:
Tony Romo vs. Eli Manning earlier this season.
1. Dominate the line of scrimmage: As with every game, the Giants need to dominate the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball, offensively and defensively. They need to protect Manning and create holes for the running game, as the Cowboys front seven is going to bring relentless pressure all game long.. Since the Cowboys have been successful drafting young and talented offensive linemen out of college, the Giants front seven needs to dominate the line of scrimmage. They cannot afford

New York Giants bold predictions, NFL coaches who will be fired, Stafford’s fine GF

We’re essentially two-thirds of the way through the NFL season (nooooooo) and we know who the contenders are and who’s now focused on where they’ll pick in the draft. Below you’ll find the best cover32 columns from this past week to catch you up on anything you might have missed. Soak up Week 12!
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Will this be it for Tom Coughlin?

When you look back on Tom Coughlin’s tenure as head coach of the New York Giants, there’s both success and confusion in equal parts.
The former is obvious: Coughlin’s Giants have finished on top of the NFC East three times, winning the Super Bowl twice (2008 and 2012). Improbable and lucky catches were needed to secure both championships. But hey, the journey to those grabs was still pretty impressive.
The latter? The confusion lies in the past five seasons. That stretch includes one of those two Super Bowl wins. But in the four non-Super Bowl years the Giants missed the playoffs, finishing with a record at or below .500 in two of them (8-8 in 2009, and 7-9 in 2013).
Fast forward back to current times, and the Giants are 3-7. Barring something truly historic, miraculous and downright absurd over the final six weeks, they’ll miss the playoffs again in 2014. That feeling of confusion surrounding Coughlin will grow, as will his losing. In just over a month Coughlin’s 2012 Super Bowl…

New York Giants fans would be wise to monitor these wild Week 12 bold predictions

Anyone can pick games. Whether selecting winners or making guesses against the spread, it’s essentially an exercise in flipping a coin.
But providing some specifics about what’s going to happen in a game, detailing how things are going to play out, takes some thought, imagination and guts. And it actually provides some insight into what’s going to transpire on Sunday and Monday.
So with that thought in mind, here are five bold predictions for Week 12 in the NFL:
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5. Lovie Smith and Josh McCown get revenge
Two former Bears will triumphantly return to Chicago
During his nine seasons as the head coach of the Bears, Smith posted a .563 winning percentage, won the NFC North three times and led Chicago to Super Bowl XLI. But that wasn’t enough to earn a 10th year in the Windy City. Last season, McCown won three out of five starts in relief of Jay Cutler, keeping the Bears season on track; he was shown the door during the offseason. On Sunday, the two castoffs will get their revenge, beating the Bears at

New York Giants would fire Tom Coughlin if the season ended today

If the NFL season ended right now, with most teams having played 10 games, the playoff match-ups would be interesting. Some of the usual suspects (New England and Denver) would be taking part, while some preseason contenders (Seattle and San Francisco) would be on the outside looking in. Some surprise teams (Detroit and Kansas City) would be playing, while others (Miami and Buffalo) will have faded out of the picture.
How it all plays out across the next six weeks will determine how franchises move forward. Will they rebuild or reload? Will they make wholesale changes or just tinker? And will the coaching staff remain intact?
That last question is the big one, as plenty of head coaches are in a situation where their job depends on making the playoffs. Some would be safe right now (see John Fox, Mike Smith and Marvin Lewis), but plenty would be in jeopardy.
With that in mind, here are 10 NFL head coaches who would be fired if the season ended today:
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10. Jeff Fisher
At some point, Fisher’s teams have to a