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Eli Manning and NFL players start campaign against Domestic Violence (Video)

New York Giants Quarterback Eli Manning along with other NFL players and retired players joined the No More campaign to stop Domestic Violence. Here is the video: Do you follow the NFL Draft? If so follow NFL Draft Diamonds on Twitter and Facebook for up to date NFL Draft News, NFL Draft Projections, and NFL […]
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New York Giants QB Eli Manning’s latest (and telling) 1-32 quarterback ranking

Every week, from now through the Wednesday before the Super Bowl, the editors at cover32 will gather to rank the NFL’s 32 starting quarterbacks. Depending on what’s happened the previous week, some will rise and some will fall, and even some of the names on the list will change. It’s a never-ending evolution, as the status of the league’s top signal callers is always in flux.
Seven weeks into the 2014 season, here’s how the starting quarterbacks in the NFL shake out:

1. Peyton Manning – Manning’s record-setting night against the 49ers was a quarterback clinic, showing he’s still the best in the business. (LW: 1)
2. Aaron Rodgers - Right now, the Packers are absolutely cruising to wins, led by their cool-customer QB, who is playing better than ever. (LW: 2)
3. Andrew Luck – Nobody is putting up better numbers than Luck who has the Colts rolling after five straight wins. (LW: 3)
4. Tony Romo – When a guy has led his team to the best record in the league, it’s worthy of praise. No matte

Eil Manning says the Giants still have time to get it together

New York Giants QB Eli Manning still believes in his teammates. After being a little nervous about the new offense that he had to learn, the Giants have been impressive on that side of the ball for the past few weeks. But after the loss to the Dallas Cowboys Sunday, the Giants fell to 3-4 which sent fans into panic mode.
But unlike the fans, Manning has taken a different approach and believes that his team still has time to get it together.
“There is a ton of football,” Manning told reporters. “If we handle our business and start winning games, we have a shot to be OK and in good shape.”
“I spoke to some guys [and said], ‘Go ahead and do whatever you got to do on your bye weekend. Just get away from football and just focus on something else. And when we come back, it’s time to turn it on.’ ”
“I think we have the talent, yes,” he said. “Some of it is developing just because we have some new guys playing at positions . . . There are still some young aspects to it, but there is definite

Bad day in Dallas – How will the New York Giants bounce back?

Quarterbacks Tony Romo and Eli Manning squared off last Sunday in Dallas.
After witnessing another painful New York Giants loss against the Dallas Cowboys last Sunday (31-21 final score), it remains unclear how the team can bounce back. The Gmen were tied up, 14-14, entering halftime with impressive momentum before they were manhandled in the second half, 17-7. Considering the initial hype about the Giants being legitimate contenders in the NFL East, they are not close to playing up to those standards. Here are several observations regarding the Giants defeat on Sunday:
1. Don’t Blame Eli: Looking back at Manning’s stats for the game, he completed 63.6% of his passes for 248 yard and three touchdowns. Despite the final score, Manning played very well as his total quarterback rating (QBR) was 116.7 (158.3 is the highest rating a quarterback can receive). The Giants now lost road games to the NFC East’s top two teams in consecutive weeks. New York now has two-game skids on either side of a three-game winn

Giants linebacker Jon Beason is contemplating shutting it down for the year

In an interview with WFAN’s Mike Francesa, New York Giants middle linebacker Jon Beason said that he hopes to play after the bye week against the Indianapolis Colts on Monday night, but that he will have to first get clearance from his foot specialist Dr. Robert Anderson and that surgery might be his best long-term […] The post Giants linebacker Jon Beason is contemplating shutting it down for the year appeared first on NFL Draft Diamonds.

Eli Manning: We have time to turn things around

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New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning believes his team can turns things around after losing their last two games and head into their bye week with a 3-4 record.
“There is a ton of football,” Manning said, via Newsday. “If we handle our business and start winning games, we have a shot to be OK and in good shape.”
Manning doesn’t question the Giants’ talent.
“I think we have the talent, yes,” he said. “Some of it is developing just because we have some new guys playing at positions . . . There are still some young aspects to it, but there is definitely talent there. When you get through the growing pains of these young guys, they’re doing a lot of good things, there are just little mistakes that are keeping us from being very, very good. The more playing experience they get, the more practices, all of a sudden these young guys start making those plays and things start coming together. That’s when we’ll be at our best.”
It all comes down to the Giants’

Mailbag: Can Giants still reach playoffs?

Hi Alex, the New York Giants look helpless without Victor Cruz and are now 3-4. Is there any way this team can get on a hot streak and find their way into the playoffs? Riley, San Diego
Riley,
In all honesty, it does look difficult to find a scenario where the Giants will sneak in. Between Dallas and Philadelphia, one of those teams will win the NFC East, and you’d expect one of them to snatch a wild-card spot.
Someone will win the putrid NFC South. The Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions are both 5-2. One of those teams is in, the other could also snag a wild-card spot. Don’t count out the underperforming Chicago Bears.
Then there is the brutal NFC West. San Francisco, Seattle and Arizona all have a ton of talent. Arizona leads that division, but you’d expect the 49ers and Seahawks to find ways in.
The Giants defense is beat up right now, and the offense is missing Victor Cruz. Obviously, you don’t count out Eli Manning and Tom Coughlin, but it looks unlikely for them to make it.
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NFL Notes: Bills, Giants, Packers, Seahawks, Texans

Bills

Bills worked out RB Evan Royster. (Field Yates)

Giants

ILB Jon Beason will know if he will require surgery on his injured toe by Wednesday. (Ralph Vacchiano)
The Giants aren’t signing RBs Felix Jones or Alex Green after working out for them on Tuesday. (Josina Anderson)

Packers

Packers worked out WR Jace Davis, RB David Fluellen, G Andrew Miller and CB David Van ****. (Rob Demovsky)

Seahawks

Seahawks worked out LB Paris Lenon. (Field Yates)

Texans

OLB Jadeveon Clowney will return to practice this week from a knee injury and has a “decent chance” of playing in Week 8.

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Jon Beason may need to shut it down

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New York Giants linebacker Jon Beason is currently down in Charlotte, NC visiting a foot specialist.  He’ll soon find out if he has to undergo surgery on his toe, whcih will end his 2014 season.
LB Jon Beason, on @WFAN660, said it’s “50-50″ on whether he’ll have to shut it down four the season. May need surgery on toe.
— Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoNYDN) October 21, 2014

Beason is currently in Charlotte visiting foot/ankle specialist Dr. Robert Anderson and expects to know about surgery by tomorrow.
— Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoNYDN) October 21, 2014

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Giants working out Terrelle Pryor

The New York Giants are not only working out running backs Felix Jones and Alex Green, but also former Raiders and Seahawks quarterback Terrelle Pryor. Pryor could be open to playing wide receiver. But the Giants might be interested in singing him their practice squad as they get ready to take on Andrew Luck, Russell Wilson and Colin Kaepernick in the coming weeks.
Happy to see my boy @TerrellePryor getting worked out! No matter where you land keep working your craft. A photo posted by Rashad Jennings (@rashadjennings) on Oct 10, 2014 at 9:19am PDT
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Remember Felix Jones? See Where He Might Play Next

Remember Running Back Felix Jones? See Where He Might Play Next Running Back, Felix Jones a former first-round draft pick from 2008 is a name from the vault, who might be suiting up soon. Sources are reporting that Jones may be trying out with the New York Giants during their … The post Remember Felix Jones? See Where He Might Play Next appeared first on Fantasy Football Chick.

Giants are working out two veteran running backs today

Today the New York Giants are working out both Felix Jones and Alex Green. This is not good, because maybe the injury to Rashad Jennings is going to last a little longer than expected. Mike Garafolo    @MikeGarafolo Giants working out former DAL/PHI/PIT RB Felix Jones and former GB/NYJ RB Alex Green. Assuming part of […]
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Giants checking out Felix Jones

The New York Giants are reportedly bringing in former Cowboys running back Felix Jones for a work out.
As @MikeGarafolo noted, Felix Jones in the house for #Giants today. Typically, they’ll do a 15-20 man checkup during the bye.
— Conor Orr (@ConorTOrr) October 21, 2014

This isn’t the first time the Giants brought in Jones.
The Giants had some interest in former Cowboys RB Felix Jones at the beinning of the offseason, too. Eventually opted not to bring him in.
— Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoNYDN) October 21, 2014

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5 things we learned from Giants loss to Cowboys

The New York Giants now fall to 3-4 after a 31-21 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. A bad start and terrible third-down defense proved costly as they fall three games out of first place in the NFC East. Here are five things we learned from the loss.
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Giants douchejuice Prince Amukamara whipped Cowboys WR Dwayne Harris around by his dreads

If you are a NFL wide receiver, don’t sport dreadlocks. If you are an NFL DB and your match-up has dreads? By all means use them to tackle when possible. But NY Giants douchejuice Prince Amukamara whipping Cowboys wide receiver Dwayne Harris around by his because he was frustrated? Bush league.Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return Home