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Giants news, 9/27: Rock bottom again for New York

Jordan Raanan gives the Giants a confidence rating of 1.2 out of 10. What to know: If they’re not going to beat the Falcons at home on Eli Manning Day, where are the wins coming from on the schedule? The Giants (0-3) play next at the Saints, at the Cowboys, vs. the Rams, vs. the Panthers, at the Chiefs, vs. the Raiders and then at the Bucs. Yikes! They want to keep saying they’re only worried about this week and what they can control at the moment. The rest of us are concerned about where this season is headed and who will be accountable for this mess. — Jordan Raanan.
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2 Washington players fined for illegal hits vs. Giants in Week 2

Washington Football Team defensive end Chase Young was flagged in Week 2 after coming down hard on the chest of New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones. Officials called roughing the passer, which was the correct interpretation of the rule even though Young did not appear to be malicious in nature.
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Breaking Down the New York Giants' Use of the Zone Read

New York Giants Daniel Jones played one of his best games in a Giants uniform last Thursday. The scary part is that statistically, it could have been even better. Jones completed 68.7% of his passes for 249 yards and a touchdown. He was also the team's leading rusher with 95 yards and a touchdown on nine carries. He also had a 58-yard touchdown run negated by a questionable holding call by receiver C.J. Board downfield and had Darius Slayton drop a would-be 43-yard touchdown pass.
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Why New York Giants WR Kadarius Toney's NFL Career is Off to a Slow Start

Every football team’s goal is to get its first-round draft pick on the field in Week 1, contributing to the team efforts. For the Giants, getting their first-rounder, receiver Kadarius Toney, on the field has been a challenge, thanks to various issues. These issues, which have cost him valuable training camp practice time combined with Toney's relatively newness in playing the receiver position in the largest media market, have all made for a bumpy ride to start his career.
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Keys to Victory: How the Giants get a win vs. ATL

The New York Giants and Atlanta Falcons enter Sunday's matchup both looking for their first wins of the season. The Giants lost their opener to the Broncos before falling in Washington on a last-second field goal and starting the season 0-2 for the fifth consecutive year. Atlanta, meanwhile, lost to Philadelphia and then to Tampa Bay, which scored 20 unanswered points in the fourth quarter of a three-point game until that point.
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Bair: Three gut reactions from Falcons victory over New York Giants

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The Falcons and Giants entered Sunday's game winless, desperate for victory. That hunger was evident from both sidelines, even though execution wasn't always so crisp. Such uneven play, which featured a few standout moments, set up a close game down the stretch. Fourth-quarter execution would determine...

Costly Mistakes Becoming Norm for New York Giants

The Giants invent new ways to frustrate and vex their fanbase, and this was most evident in the Giants' most recent 30-29 loss on Thursday Night Football to the divisional rival Football Team. For a team that prides itself on fundamentals, the Giants sure make a ton of careless mistakes.
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New York Giants initial 53-man roster: Reaction, surprises, takeaways, more

The New York Giants have set their initial 53-man roster. The ‘initial’ roster is below, along with some of my takeaways. The Giants can begin setting their 16-man practice squad on Wednesday after players clear waivers. Offensive line juggling. During his only media availability of training camp GM Dave Gettleman...
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Giants fans rated among most negative in NFL

New York Giants fans are a rough bunch. When things aren’t going well for the team, they’ll boo, turn their backs and walk out of the stadium. They also tend to be extremely vocal on social media. But are they among the most negative? Are they a fair-weather fan base?
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Giants running low on options to add O-Line depth

Coming into the 2021 season, the New York Giants’ offensive line was considered by many to be thin but functional. Now, two weeks into the season, they are thinner than ever after more injuries (Nick Gates, Shane Lemieux) to their interior line has put them in crisis mode. Currently, the...
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For New York Giants, the most critical days of the season are the first 5 days

Hope. Optimism. Anticipation. Exhilaration. Enthusiasm. Call it what you want. The first day of football season is one that fans look forward to for months. It’s an exciting day. You watch your team sign big-name free agents. Then, you get all hyped up about the young players that get drafted. Then, you read endless quotes from players and coaches about how much progress is being made, how well-prepared they are, how hard they are working.
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Why the New York Giants remain all-in on Daniel Jones as QB1

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- It was one question after the next from Daniel Jones in between 320-yard drives and five-iron moonshots onto the greens at Preakness Hills Country Club in Wayne, New Jersey, during a late-July round of golf. Based on the depth of the inquisition, the New York Giants' quarterback was in his element playing the dual roles of investigative reporter and weekend golfer.
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New York Giants Week 1: The Competitive Edge

The first game of the 2021 season is only days away, and the New York Giants are about to set their highly-anticipated game plan into motion. After finalizing meaningful roster cuts and bolstering injury-plagued areas of their lineup following deadline day, the Giants have a sizable challenge to begin their quest for playoff success when they take on the Denver Broncos September 12th to start the season.

New York Giants Sign OL Matt Skura to Active Roster

The New York Giants have signed center Matt Skura from their practice squad to their active roster, his agency confirmed. Skura, 6'3" and 310 pounds, played his college ball at Duke, where he briefly crossed paths with current Giants quarterback Daniel Jones. Skura played 2,028 snaps at center and 14 at right guard in four seasons at Duke, allowing 26 total quarterback pressures over his tenure.
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