Team Snapshot
Passing Yards 252.9 11th
Rushing Yards 103.1 24th
Points For 23.1 16th
Points Against 25.8 17th
2018 NFC East Standings
TEAM W L T PCT PF PA
Dallas 10 6 0 .625 339 324
Philadelphia 9 7 0 .563 367 348
Washington 7 9 0 .438 281 359
New York 5 11 0 .313 369 412
Injuries
  • S
    Mike Mitchell (Calf) is questionable Sunday vs NY Giants
  • DT
    Al Woods (Foot) injured last game, is questionable Sunday vs NY Giants
  • TE
    Jack Doyle (Kidney) IR
  • TE
    Ross Travis (Knee) IR
  • DT
    Hassan Ridgeway (Undisclosed) is questionable Sunday vs NY Giants
  • G
    Mark Glowinski (Ankle) is questionable Sunday vs NY Giants
  • QB
    Brad Kaaya (Back) IR
  • DT
    Tyquan Lewis (Toe) IR
  • WR
    Deon Cain (Knee) IR
  • LB
    Skai Moore (Neck) is questionable Sunday vs NY Giants

New York Giants News

  • @Giants • 3h

    Empire Sports Media: New York Giants: Looking into the top offensive position battles

    As the New York Giants progress through OTAs, position battles are beginning to take shape. The offensive side of the ball has plenty of talent to enjoy a productive 2019.

    Some of the exciting position battles that will ensure land at right tackle and the wide receiver positions. The signing of right tackle Mike Remmers, formerly of the Minnesota Vikings, will compete against Chad Wheeler on the right side of the line.

    Remmers is coming off back surgery this offseason but is expected to be fully healthy heading into training camp. Wheeler ranked as one of the worst tackles in the league last season, while Remmers lands in the bottom-middle of the pack.

  • @Giants • 5h

    NY Post: Markus Golden out to return Giants mean streak: 'I'm gonna hunt'

    The Giants as a team refrained from roughing up opposing quarterbacks in 2018 more blatantly than every team in the NFL, other than the Raiders. Michael Strahan once ravaged his way to a record 22.5 sacks in a single season. The 2018 Giants as a collective unit were more pillow-fight than they were pillagers as they found their way to just 30 sacks.

    This is why Markus Golden is here.

    The Giants cannot afford to swing and miss with this signing, though it is a modest one-year deal worth $3.75 million. Not long ago, Golden was a rising star with the Cardinals -- amassing 12.

  • @Giants • 7h

    Elite Sports NY: New York Giants' Paul Perkins: The 'forgotten' RB remains confident

    When the New York Giants drafted running back Paul Perkins in 2016, they were confident he could end up being their No. 1 guy. They weren't wrong.

    After Big Blue released running back Rashad Jennings, Perkins was the top back going into the 2017 season. Injuries have plagued him since. He's only played in 11 games in 2017 and none in 2018. Many Giants fans actually have forgotten that he's even on the team.

    Now that the Giants have running backs Saquon Barkley and Wayne Gallman, Perkins has slipped farther and farther down the depth chart.

  • @Giants • 9h

    Elite Sports NY: Former Giants S Landon Collins wanted to be in New York his entire career

    For the four years Landon Collins played the strong safety position for the New York Giants, his talent was unmatched. He was a First-Team All-Pro in 2016 and made the Pro Bowl three times from 2016-2018. Collins was the undoubted leader of the Giants defense during his time in New York.

    But now Collins is a Washington Redskin after the Giants opted not to franchise tag the veteran defensive back. Despite signing a six-year, $84 million deal in early March, Collins still wanted to be with the Giants organization. He mentioned this week how he wanted to be part of Big Blue for his entire playing career.

  • @Giants • 11h

    Empire Sports Media: New York Giants: Does Daniel Jones Have A "Super, Super Strong Arm?"

    Golden Tate, the newly signed receiver of the New York Giants recently had some strong praise for Daniel Jones, the Giants' new soon-to-be franchise quarterback. Golden Tate praised Daniel Jones for having a "super, super strong arm."

    The Giants drafted Daniel Jones with the 6th overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. This was a move that was met with a ton of controversy. Many analysts have been highly critical of both the Giants and Daniel Jones.

    A knock on the Giants is that they reached on Jones and took him too high.

  • @Giants • 14h

    Empire Sports Media: New York Giants: Daniel Jones' biggest con isn't a problem

    When the New York Giants were linked to quarterback Daniel Jones in the 2019 NFL Draft, most knocked his arm strength, stating that he wouldn't be able to make the necessary throws in MetLife in September.

    So far, Jones has done nothing but impress his new teammates, and even the veterans have advocated for his talented arm and what he can do on the football field. The Giants recently signed wide receiver Golden Tate to supplement the loss of Odell Beckham Jr., and while he won't replicate his production, he offers a solid set of hands for Eli Manning to utilize.

  • @Giants • 16h

    Empire Sports Media: Giants news, 5/25: Golden Tate advocates for Daniel Jones

    The biggest knock on New York Giants rookie quarterback Daniel Jones as he was preparing for the NFL was his arm strength. Jones was limited to the number of deep balls he attempted in college due to the lack of talent at wide receiver, but when he did his passes would often float to their destination.

    Jones throws lofty passes with plenty of air, but it's primarily on his deep balls. This could be perceived as a good thing, given the placement is in stride with his receiver and there isn't a safety over the top.

  • @Giants • 17h

    Empire Sports Media: New York Giants Top News 5/24: Landon Collins won't stop talking

    Happy Friday New York Giants fans! One day until an extended Memorial Day weekend, enjoy the good weather and extra day off, you deserve it. Something that has been bothering me lately is the way Landon Collins seems to circle back to the Giants every week.

    We understand GM Dave Gettleman didn't interact much with Collins, as he allowed him to walk in free agency apparently due to his lack of fit in the locker room and culture change. The strong safety was also asking for a massive contract, which Gettleman was never going to give him considering his lack of ability in coverage.

  • @Giants • 19h

    Fansided: All eyes on these New York Giants receivers

    Much to the dismay of many New York Giants fans, mercurial wideout Odell Beckham now plies his craft for the Cleveland Browns. Big Blue general manager Dave Gettleman traded Beckham to Cleveland for safety Jabrill Peppers and two promissory notes that became defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence and

    No one can dispute that OBJ was a productive player, but his antics also became a distraction for a franchise long known to trend on the conservative side. Those who thought the net kissing and dog peeing incidents were funny are going to have to find their entertainment elsewhere this season.

  • @Giants • 22h

    Elite Sports NY: New York Giants WR Golden Tate impressed with Daniel Jones' arm (Audio)

    The selection of quarterback Daniel Jones as the replacement to Eli Manning didn't go over well with New York Giants fans. His stats in college were underwhelming and he didn't show tremendous upside at Duke. However, he's here now and the Giants will have to make the most of his strengths when he gets on the field.

    He's looked solid in shorts thus far, throwing some absolute bullets in practice. Most quarterbacks look really good during OTAs, but his teammates' impressions have been telling. For example, Golden Tate has been impressed with Jones' arm strength as he told Charlie Weiss and Bill Lekas of SiriusXM NFL Radio.

  • @Giants • 24h

    Empire Sports Media: New York Giants: Will Hernandez Speaks On Current State Of The Team

    When Dave Gettleman took over as the GM of the New York Giants and started his revamp of the team during the NFL Draft last year, one of the first players to join the new regime was UTEP offensive lineman Will Hernandez - a player that the Giants were able to draft in the second round despite being projected by some to be a starter for a decade or more in the NFL.

    There's also few players that can speak about the team's rebuild than Hernandez, as Hernandez was not only one of the first players on board but one of the ones to spend the most time on the field after joining Gettleman's team.

  • @Giants • 1d

    Newsday: Kurt Warner, the guy Eli Manning replaced, knows what Giants quarterback will be experiencing this season

    If anyone can relate to what Eli Manning must be going through, it's Kurt Warner. After all, Warner was in almost the identical spot Manning now finds himself in after the Giants took Daniel Jones with the sixth overall pick in last month's draft.

    "The biggest challenge is your leash is always short," Warner said of Manning's situation. "Are you performing at a certain level every single week?"

    Warner speaks from experience. He was the Giants' starter in 2004, the year Manning was acquired in a blockbuster draft-day trade with the Chargers. With Manning clearly not ready to start right away, Warner, who'd already won a Super Bowl with the Rams, won five of his first seven starts in Tom Coughlin's first season with the Giants.

  • @Giants • 1d

    Empire Sports Media: New York Giants: Darius Slayton needs to fix one major issue

    The New York Giants drafted Auburn wide receiver Darius Slayton in the fifth-round of the 2019 NFL Draft. A speedy pass-catcher with the ability to take any given reception to the house is what the Giants will gain in Slayton, however, he will face an uphill battle in the NFL if he doesn't correct his fundamentals.

    Slayton has a bad habit of trying to catch passes with his body and not his hands. This will be fatal to his career if he cannot be coached out of this issue.

    The New York Giants are giving Darius Slayton plenty of opportunities:

    The rookie's number was called a lot in day three of OTAs, as the coaching staff certainly sees the potential in the sub 4.

  • @Giants • 1d

    Empire Sports Media: New York Giants: Darius Slayton is facing an uphill battle in the NFL

    The New York Giants drafted Auburn wide receiver Darius Slayton in the fifth-round of the 2019 NFL Draft. A speedy pass-catcher with the ability to take any given reception to the house is what the Giants will gain in Slayton, however, he will face an uphill battle in the NFL if he doesn't correct his fundamentals.

    Slayton has a bad habit of trying to catch passes with his body and not his hands. This will be fatal to his career if he cannot be coached out of this issue.

    The New York Giants are giving Darius Slayton plenty of opportunities:

    The rookie's number was called a lot in day three of OTAs, as the coaching staff certainly sees the potential in the sub 4.

  • @Giants • 1d

    NY Post: Golden Tate all-in on Giants' long shot quarterback plan

    Giants receiver Golden Tate says he hopes Daniel Jones' time as Eli Manning's protege will pay off as well as Aaron Rodgers' years as Brett Favre's understudy did.

    Big Blue should be so lucky.

    The Giants decided not to replace the aging Manning, and have kicked the can down the road until at least 2020 on making any lasting switch at the quarterback position.

    But they did spend the sixth overall pick in the draft to select Jones out of Duke. And Tate, one of the Giants' acquisitions in an offseason overhaul, has come away impressed with Jones.

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