October 2011


The winless Miami Dolphins keep finding ways to lose in the closing minutes, and it's only adding to the pressure on embattled coach Tony Sparano.
By Patricia Traina East Rutherford, N.J. - Quarterback Eli Manning pulled another rabbit out of his helmet as he led the New York Giants to his 18th career game-winning, fourth quarter touchdown drive in a 20-17 win over the Miami Dolphins.
By Patricia Traina EAST RUTHERFORD - Quarterback Eli Manning pulled another rabbit out of his helmet as he led the New York Giants to his 18th career game-winning, fourth quarter touchdown drive in a 20-17 win over the Miami Dolphins.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - Two-time Pro Bowl defensive end Justin Tuck is back in the New York Giants' lineup after missing three games with neck and groin injuries.
The New York Giants (4-2) have a one-game lead over the Washington Redskins (3-3) and Dallas Cowboys (3-3) in the NFC East that could increase to two games should everything in Week 8 work in their favor. By thrashing the Miami Dolphins at MetLife Stadium on Sunday, New York can...
Two-time Pro Bowl defensive end Justin Tuck is back in the New York Giants' lineup after missing three games with neck and groin injuries. Backup running back Brandon Jacobs also returns for the game against the Miami Dolphins after missing two games with a knee injury. Notable inactives for the Giants are fullback Henry Hynoski and offensive lineman Stacy Andrews.
For the second straight week, quarterback Sam Bradford will give way to A.J. Feeley in St. Louis, which must have Josh McDaniels wondering if Scott Pioli's going to hit him up anytime soon. The Rams' pathetic offense won't have much … Continue reading ?
Arizona Cardinals at Baltimore Ravens It's not entirely surprising that Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb is struggling, but the spotlight is more and more on Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco, especially after his abysmal performance against the Jacksonville Jaguars last Monday … Continue reading ?
With Halloween upon us, I thought it might be fun to take a look at five NFL teams that will be "going in costume" to their Week 8 match-up. New York Giants (4-2) - Super Bowl Team The Giants haven't been a bad team this season.
SEATTLE - The Seattle Seahawks have been watching from afar as Andy Dalton has sparked the resurgent Cincinnati Bengals. On Sunday, they will get a firsthand look at the quarterback they almost took in April's draft.

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