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  1. Giants let so much more than a win slip through their fingers By Mike Vaccaro October 23, 2020 | 1:50am Everything the Giants worked for, everything they’d bled for, and now an entire football game was distilled to the most basic element: a ball in the air. Catch the ball, and the Giants win the game. Catch the ball and they close out a thrilling victory, an improbable climb within sight of first place. Catch the ball and honor the buzz of the week: Why not us? Even Engram didn’t catch the ball. Daniel Jones had lofted a
  2. The NFC East should do the right thing and just give up Andy Nesbitt 2 hrs ago %7B This is the online version of our daily newsletter, The Morning Win. Subscribe to get irreverent and incisive spo
  3. Giants roster turns into confusing, never-ending shuffle By Paul Schwartz October 6, 2020 | 6:32pm | Updated Who? Him? No, the other guy. No, not that other guy. That other guy. If you are confused, do not feel bad. You are not alone. Welcome to the New York Giants roster shuffle. There was always going to be more player movement than usual this season, given there is a new coaching regime. Joe Judge and his staff were going to sort through bodies until they came up with a group that fits t
  4. Pissed off’ Giants facing serious problem with offense By Ryan Dunleavy September 28, 2020 | 8:15pm | Updated Double- and triple-check the math in disbelief, but it all adds up correctly. Pro Bowl running back plus three playmaking receivers plus recent first-round draft picks at quarterback, tight end and left tackle plus offensive line three years in the making equals … 12.7 points per game. It seemed three weeks ago like winning shootouts to compensate for an underwhelming defense was the surest
  5. Giants’ feeble roster can’t meet John Mara’s lowest expectations By Ryan Dunleavy September 28, 2020 | 8:31am | Updated Co-owner John Mara didn’t mandate a division title, a playoff berth or a .500 record when asked earlier this month how he would define improvement in 2020. He set forth loose criteria so there would be room to bend to patience. And yet “playing meaningful games in December” – Mara’s words – feels like an impossible standard to reach after a 36-9 loss to the 49ers turned the Giants’ seventh 0-2
  6. This fucking team sucks ass. There's not enough vodka to stop my eyes from seeing this
  7. True that. I just bought a firestick and bypassed all that shit
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