Giants Thursday Morning Bathroom Reader | GiantsFootballBlog.com
Pierre-Paul has 12½ sacks among his 61 tackles, and comes off his most impactful performance. He was so dangerous against Dallas last Sunday night that the Cowboys took to double-teaming him on nearly every play, yet Pierre-Paul had eight tackles, a forced fumble, two sacks – one for a safety – and, for good measure, blocked a final-seconds field goal that could have tied the game.
Redskins–Patriots film review: Offense - Washington Times
Stallworth helped the Redskins match their season-high of 50 percent third-down efficiency (7-of-14) by converting three of them
Redskins notes: Injury report, Grossman's lesson | John Keim
Shanahan: "Sav Rocca is exactly what you want. He’s a great punter. … The bad thing is he’s probably our best offensive weapon and that’s not good."
Despite stats, Redskins anticipating Giants’ RBs - The Insider
"I don’t think for a second they’re not going to run the ball," said Stephen Bowen. "I think they’re going to get back to what they do. We just have to be prepared for it."
Week 15: Scouting the Giants | Washington Examiner
The Giants are last in rushing (85.8 yards a game) and rank 30th in defense (allowing 391.6 yards a game)
Giants Redskins Early Injury Report - GMEN HQ - A NY Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Giants big names out: Baas, Bradshaw, Herzlich, Tuck, Osi.
Quarterback Eli Manning making New York Giants teammates better - NYPOST.com
For the first time ever, the Giants have two receivers with more than 1,000 yards in a season, and someone had to deliver the ball to Cruz and Nicks. Manning’s accuracy has never been better.
Eli Manning doesn't receive the love he deserves in Pro Bowl voting as results show he is fifth among NFC quarterbacks - NY Daily News
Eli Manning is having the type of season that might earn him some consideration for NFL MVP. But as far as fans are concerned, he’s not good enough for the Pro Bowl. With one week to go before voting is closed, Manning is a distant fifth in the voting among NFC quarterbacks.
Tom Coughlin: Don’t Sleep on Redskins | GiantsFootballBlog.com
Coughlin: "We’re in the division again with a big game this week against Washington. Don’t be fooled by the record. Washington has played very, very well. They’ve given everybody their A-game and taken literally all but a couple of these games right to the wire. The New England game, they rushed for 170 yards. They had an opportunity to tie that game at the end of the game. They actually had a touchdown called back with an offensive pass interference penalty. But they played very well. They’re 17th on offense. They’re 10th on defense. They have the number one kickoff coverage team in football. They have the number seven punt coverage team. They have the ability to strike offensively. Their defense is outstanding – the two outside backers. London Fletcher, DeAngelo Hall, we can name any list of names. They’re very formidable. They’re very physical. They beat us in the opening game of the year down there….They play hard. They play hard every week. It will be no different this week."
Race for Rookie of the Year: New No. 2 | ProFootballFocus.com
Khaled Elsayed lays out the Top 10 rookies in contention for the 2011 Rookie of the Year Award. (Ryan Kerrigan is not mentioned anywhere in all 17 players).
The Redskins Blog | Players Invest In Christmas With Redskins
Orakpo and Darrell Green....
Victor Cruz says Giants no longer take Redskins lightly - The Insider - The Washington Post
"They beat us earlier in the year. They’ve given everybody a tough game, a hard go. You could argue that a play here or there in the New England game, a play here or there against the Jets, both games against Dallas were so darn close. I mean, there isn’t anybody here that’s not aware of the quality of their team and how hard they play."
Redskins injury report: Jammal Brown, three others sidelined - The Insider - The Washington Post
Out: Brown, Landry (groin, Achilles’ tendon), fullback Mike Sellers (elbow) and Stallworth (illness/ankle). Limited: Stephen Bowen (knee), Reed Doughty (rib), London Fletcher (ankle) and Sav Rocca (ankle).
Roy Helu leads all active rookies in rushing - The Insider - The Washington Post
He has 582...DeMarco Murray on IR has 897.
New TE Richard Quinn eager for opportunity - The Insider - The Washington Post
"I’ve been to eight or nine different teams in a seven-week period," Quinn said. "I’ve been on the road every week, going everywhere, flying cross-country."
London Fletcher’s value to Redskins can’t be overlooked - The Insider - The Washington Post
At age 36 and in the final few games of his five-year contract, London Fletcher continues to reliably produce and lead the Redskins’ defense.
Brutal fan violence breaks out in New Jersey and Miami - Shutdown Corner - NFL Blog - Yahoo! Sports
Mohr was responding to a group of Chiefs fans telling him that "You all deserved what happened on 9/11,"
Wade Phillips to leave Texans for scheduled medical procedure - Shutdown Corner - NFL Blog - Yahoo! Sports
Wade Phillips is expected to return to the team later this season
New York Giants, Dallas Cowboys battle to the wire in humble NFC East race - The Washington Post
The Giants’ title in the 2007 season is the lone Super Bowl victory for an NFC East team in the past 15 years.
Players win big under new TV deals | ProFootballTalk
At $7 billion per year, the players will get $3.85 billion annually. Just from the TV deals.
NY Giants defense knows they must rise to occassion entering Sunday's match up with Washington Redskins - NY Daily News
"We’ve been doing enough for us to be 7-6 and No. 1 in the division," Grant said. "Teams haven’t just been putting 40 points on us (every week). So we’ve been doing enough, but it ain’t good enough. I know what we can be."
Giants say Pierre-Paul is their "Superman" - NorthJersey.com
Dave Tollefson: "If you take him out of that game, how do we win it? I mean honestly?"