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Giants Protect Their Quarterback And Good Things Have Happened

By Steve Silverman

These are the halcyon days of the 2018 NFL season for the New York Giants.

After losing seven of their first eight games, the Giants have beaten the 49ers and Bucs in a six-day span, and are on their way back to respectability. 766 more words

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NFL: The End of the Philadelphia Eagles

On February 4th, 2018, the Philadelphia Eagles beat Tom Brady and the New England Patriots to become Superbowl Champions!

Ever since that day, Eagles’ fans have been celebrating and with reason. 1,054 more words

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...and the Bucs Lose Again, in Familiar Fashion

Stop me if we’ve seen this act before from the 2018 Buccaneers.

 

They can’t stop anyone from scoring, consistently making other bad teams look like Super Bowl contenders. 181 more words

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Barkley Goes Off, Eli Sizzles As Giants Outlast Bucs

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Saquon Barkley ran for a career-high 142 yards and scored three touchdowns as the New York Giants held off the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 38-35 on Sunday to win consecutive games for the first time since December 2016. 605 more words

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Week 11 Recap: Points-Off-Turnovers Propel New York Giants Past Tampa Bay Buccaneers

By Danielle McCartan (@CoachMcCartan and www.Facebook.com/CoachMcCartan)

BERGEN COUNTY, N.J.- A single-possession game entering the final two minutes of play, the New York Giants certainly gave their fans reason to stay in their seats through the end of the game.   678 more words

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WATCH: Former Giants' DE Jason Pierre-Paul Sacks Eli Manning

This week was especially important for Tampa Bay Buccaneers veteran defensive end, Jason Pierre-Paul. He had the opportunity to travel to his old stomping grounds at the Meadowlands and face the team that no longer wanted him in the offseason, the New York Giants. 276 more words

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TJ's Sure-to-Be Crap Picks for Week 11

 

Before we get into this week’s sure-to-be crap picks, let’s talk about last week’s for a moment. Could last week have gone any worse? The Patriots decide to take the week off and get completely bullied by the Titans, and the Atlanta Falcons get their doors blown off against the Browns. 378 more words

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