The New York Giants are imploding. They're 1-5 after the Eagles beat them up last Thursday night for their third straight loss and it looks like the Giants are in the middle of the same type of meltdown that led to the firing of Ben McAdoo before the

John Mara insisted he has no regrets about putting his New York Giants franchise in the hands of quarterback Eli Manning. “I wish he would create the headlines by his play on the field as opposed to what he says and does off the field,” Mara said Tuesday of Beckham, before the start of the annual league fall meetings. Speaking publicly for the first time since Beckham’s wide-ranging ESPN interview, Mara aired his frustration to reporters for less than five minutes.

New York Giants owner John Mara hit out at star receiver Odell Beckham Jr. on Tuesday as he reflected on his team's "embarrassing" start to the NFL season. Beckham, who signed a record five-year $95 million contract extension with the Giants in August, has cut a frustrated figure this season as the NFC East outfit has won just one out of six games. On Thursday, Beckham was seen heading for the locker room while the Giants offense were still on the field shortly before half-time during their defeat to the Philadelphia Eagles.

The NFL owners are having their fall meetings on Tuesday in New York, and New York Giants owner John Mara was a popular figure among the assembled media. One of the more influential owners in the league, Mara also co-owns a franchise that is struggling – still. New York Giants owner John Mara made a pointed comment about receiver Odell Beckham Jr.’s recent behavior.

In Week 5, every NFC East team suffered an embarrassing defeat. In Week 6, every NFC East team rebounded, except for the New York Giants. Dallas logged the division's best win, stomping Jacksonville 40-7, while the Eagles took no mercy on the Giants, beating them 34-13.

Sports fans had a choice on Sunday night: watch the American League Championship Series Game 2 between the Boston Red Sox and defending World Series champion Houston Astros? Or watch a primetime matchup pitting the undefeated Kansas City Chiefs and their young star quarterback Patrick Mahomes against the old-guard New England Patriots and their aging (but still amazing) star, Tom Brady? It was an even tougher choice for fans of the Patriots and Red Sox – though it’s entirely possible to have screens side-by-side to watch both – and the numbers are in.

Taking down the previously unbeaten Kansas City Chiefs last night Tom Brady pulled off some NFL history on Sunday Night Football as the New England Patriots quarterback became the first signal-caller to win 200 regular season games. Up against an NFL delayed 60 Minutes with its Donald Trump sitdown plus the second episode of The Walking Dead’s transformative new season and the Boston Red Sox’s 7-5 win over reigning MLB champs the Houston Astros in Game 2 of the American League Championship Series on cable, the Patriots’ 43-40 victory put NBC and the NFL back in the game, at least in the ratings.

Quarterback Ryan Tannehill was inactive for the Miami Dolphins' game against the Chicago Bears because of an injury to his throwing shoulder, and Brock Osweiler made his first start for the team. Tannehill was limited in Friday's workout - the first time

The Washington Redskins have never defeated Cam Newton.When the Carolina Panthers roll into FedEx Field on Sunday for a Week 6 showdown, the Redskins will be looking to beat the 2015 NFL MVP for the first time in six tries dating back to 2009. Newton

The source of Washington cornerback Josh Norman's benching at the start of the second half of the Redskins' Monday night loss to New Orleans has reportedly been revealed, and it could be a sign of growing tension between the star player and the coaching staff. Norman wasn't benched for his play, but rather for refusing to take off his headphones as Washington coach Jay Gruden spoke to the team at halftime, according to Redskins pregame show host Kevin Sheehan, who discussed it on his podcast Friday. Jay Gruden told him to take them off.

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