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Thursday, September 29, 2005

Giants and Chargers Sunday Night Showdown

Giants lose 45-23

In a display of talented offense by both the Giants and the Chargers, the Giants defense failed to hold up their end. Eli Manning set a career high for passing yardage before halftime including two TDs. Giants defense gave up more points in this game than the first two games combined. Tomlinson came out big this game with over 200 total yards and three rushing TDs and one passing TD. After a slow first two games Tomlinson proves himself as one of the leagues premiere backs. Giants face the Rams next Sunday.

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Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Giants and Saints Face Off on Monday Night Football

Giants Over Saints 27-10

The Giants had a big time victory over the Saints on Monday Night Football in their home stadium. The game was set up to bring sportsmanship among the NY Giants and the Saints, granting the Saints as the home team (also bringing in 1000s of Saint fans). Playing as visitors in their own stadium, they scored 17 points off New Orleans turnovers. The Giants had six-takeaways – three interceptions and three fumble recoveries – their highest total since they had seven in a victory over Washington on Sept. 19, 2004. Eli Manning is proving himself to critics all over the league, and Giants fans have alot to look forward to this season.

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Monday, September 12, 2005

Giants Smash the Cardinals 42-19

The New York Giants faced the Phoenix Cardinals in their season opener on Sunday September 11th. The Giants were down 13-7 at halftime and came back to win by a score of 42-19. The Giants scored two special team touchdowns in the second half. With the addition of Plexico Buress and another Bryan Jacobs to compliment Tiki Barber, the Giants looked strong against the Cardinals. The Giants play the New Orleans Saints on Monday Night Football next week. Should be an exciting game for both Saints and Giants fans.

Wednesday, September 07, 2005

NY Giants

This upcoming season looks shaky for the New York Football Giants. After last season's poor performance, the Giants hope to surprise the league with young QB Eli Manning. This season could go either way. Giants fans stay supportive to the G-man, we'll get back to the Super Bowl soon.