Articles tagged "Giants"
Aaron Curry Retires, Takes Stock of Career Highlights
Linebacker Aaron Curry was once the can't miss kid out of Wake Forest, the No. 4 overall pick by the Seahawks in the 2009 draft. He retired this week, but only after taking stock of his career high notes.
This Day In History: Tittle's Game For The Ages
Giants Hall of Fame QB Y.A. Tittle passed for 505 yards, with a record 7 TDs, 50 years ago today. It stood out as a singular performance for two decades and still stands the test of time today, writes CHFF reader David Hickey.
Giants-Cowboys, Plus Stats, Tools To Give You An Edge On Sunday
The Cowboys beat the Giants in Week 1. But these two teams have headed in different statistical directions since then. See how the Cowboys and Giants size up in 20 different Quality Stats with the statistical table we provide for every NFL game.
Giants-Eagles And A Sneak Peek at CHFF Insider
We break down the Giants-Eagles Glamour Division showdown this week by sizing up the old rivals side by side in 20 different Quality Stats. CHFF Insiders get this analysis for every game, every week and, more important, get spectacular long-term winning results.
Giant Steps: Manning, G-Men Outclass Overmatched Panthers
The New York Giants stormed into Carolina Thursday night and crushed the overmatched Panthers and star QB Cam Newton, 36-7. Eli Manning sparkled (again). Teams with the better passing efficiency are now 31-2 in the young 2012 season.
Almost Naked: a stark look at each NFL team
We strip teams naked each and every week with our Quality Stats: 14 indicators which give teams no place to run from their problems and nowhere to hide their weaknesses. We even do a body cavity search. That's right. Nothing gets past our prison guards of pigskin.
New York Giants: Coughlin's statistical Wyld Stallyns
Tom Coughlin has twice now taking teams that were merely mediocre in the regular season, and then went bucking wild in the rodeo of postseason football, winning championship that history says were statistically impossible.
Giants 21, Patriots 17: 10 things we learned
New York's thrilling 21-17 win over New England in Super Bowl XLVI provided plenty of life lessons for our little pigskin pupils, not the least of which is that Eli is elite Tom Coughlin can coach and, yes, history does repeat itself.
Super Bowl XLVI: the Day the Ground Game Died
Super Bowl XLVI proves that the ground game is officially kaput, gone the way of the flying wedge. The difference in passing performance between Giants-Patriots and all other Super Bowl contenders is statistically stunning.
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