Fantasy Football QB Breakout CandidatesWith Week One right around the corner, we take a look at a few quarterbacks who could break out this fantasy football season.
Keidel: In Praise Of Eli Manning, The Greatest QB In Giants HistoryEli Manning is the face of solidity, security, and consistency. Yet fans are still trying to understand the understated QB.
Thursday Night Breakdown: Giants Play For Seed; Eagles For PrideThe Giants can still win the NFC East title, but they'll have to get past an Eagles team looking to play the spoiler.
Keidel: Beckham, Norman And The Game Within The GameThe Redskins-Giants matchup is as important as a September division game can be. And the Beckham-Norman battle may decide it.
Giants Pose A Big, Blue Speed Bump To Panthers' Perfect SeasonDon't sleep on this game, or the Giants, who have slain a few giants just when you've counted them out.
The Giants Can Beat The PatriotsThe Giants are a sort of kryptonite for the favored Patriots. So a Giants win shouldn't come as a surprise.
Keidel: Giants Cowboy Up On DallasThe New York Giants under Tom Coughlin are generally considered a clutch team. The Dallas Cowboys... not so much.
TNF Fantasy Starters: Redskins Vs. Giants - Who To Play, Who To PassOdell Beckham Jr. is the only Giants receiver with more than 43 receiving yards on the season, so it's clear Manning will be looking his way a lot Thursday night.
CBS Sports' London Fletcher Talks Redskins Vs. Giants And The NFC East's TroublesThe Former Washington Redskin took some time to discuss the upcoming game between the Skins and Giants, but also the troubles of the whole NFC East.
Redskins Defensive Coordinator Joe Barry Has Placed A Muzzle On His CriticsWhen the Redskins announced that Joe Barry would be the guy, the outcry was loud and many assumed that the Redskins had made another Redskins-like hire.
Giants Will Try To Eliminate Late Game Struggles Against Redskins On Thursday NightThe New York Giants were leading in the fourth quarter of both of their games this season, and lost both of them. The Redskins opened the season with a new starting quarterback, but relied on the running game to win one of their first two games. The division rivals play in week three of Thursday Night Football.
Disappointing Giants Continue To Be A Work-In-Progress For 2015In 2014, the New York Giants (6-10) committed over $116 million in free agent contracts in order to avoid a repeat of the 2013 season. Unfortunately, injuries derailed Big Blue's season before it ever started, and the team continues to be a work-in-progress.