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New York Giants

Stadium: MetLife Stadium | Coach: Tom Coughlin
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense26th83.2 (27th)224.2 (17th)
Defense8th108.9 (11th)223.3 (11th)

Schedule

Sun Sep 8
L 36 - 31at DAL
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Sun Sep 15
L 41 - 23DEN
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Sun Sep 22
L 38 - 0at CAR
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Sun Sep 29
L 31 - 7at KC
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Sun Oct 6
L 36 - 21PHI
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Thu Oct 10
L 27 - 21at CHI
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Mon Oct 21
W 23 - 7MIN
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Sun Oct 27
W 15 - 7at PHI
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Sun Nov 10
W 24 - 20OAK
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Sun Nov 17
W 27 - 13GB
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Sun Nov 24
L 24 - 21DAL
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Sun Dec 1
W 24 - 17at WAS
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Sun Dec 8
L 37 - 14at SD
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Sun Dec 15
L 23 - 0SEA
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Sun Dec 22
W 23 - 20at DET
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Sun Dec 29
W 20 - 6WAS
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Standings

NFC
South
CONF
W-L-T
Overall
W-L-T
Carolina9-3-012-4-0
New Orleans9-3-011-5-0
Atlanta3-9-04-12-0
Tampa Bay2-10-04-12-0
NFC
North
CONF
W-L-T
Overall
W-L-T
Green Bay6-5-18-7-1
Chicago4-8-08-8-0
Detroit6-6-07-9-0
Minnesota4-7-15-10-1
NFC
West
CONF
W-L-T
Overall
W-L-T
Seattle10-2-013-3-0
San Francisco9-3-012-4-0
Arizona6-6-010-6-0
St. Louis4-8-07-9-0
NFC
East
CONF
W-L-T
Overall
W-L-T
Philadelphia9-3-010-6-0
Dallas7-5-08-8-0
New York6-6-07-9-0
Washington1-11-03-13-0
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Prince Amukamara wondering where he stands
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

Giants cornerback Prince Amukamara admitted he's wondering about his role with the team after New York added cornerbacks Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Walter Thurmond and Zack Bowman while re-signing Trumaine McBride.

"I think it's natural for someone to think that, especially if you feel threatened by the guys and the guys are good," Amukamara told ESPN.com. "And there are two sides to that. You can look at it and say, 'This guy can help the team,' or you can say, 'This guy might take my spot.' But it's not my job to worry about that."

Amukamara is entering the final year of his rookie deal. The Giants have until May 3 to exercise his 2015 option.

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Josh Freeman still views himself as 'starting-caliber' QB
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

New Giants signal caller Josh Freeman said he still views himself "as a starting-caliber quarterback," reports The Star-Ledger.

"I love the situation because I have the opportunity to be around a guy that really had a lot of success, year after year and continues to win and get his team to the playoffs consistently," Freeman said, referring to Giants starter Eli Manning. "It's a really, really cool opportunity."

While Manning recovers from ankle surgery. Freeman will get a chance to prove himself in OTAs and minicamp.

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Eli Manning ready for new offense
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer

Giant quarterback Eli Manning said the offense will definitely look different in 2014 with new offensive coordinato Ben McAdoo, reports the Newark Star-Ledger. McAdoo comes to the Giants from Green Bay.

"I think it will be similar to what they did in Green Bay," Manning said Tuesday while sporting a walking boot fresh off ankle surgery. "That's where Ben came from, so I think it will be pretty similar to that offense. ... I've never been in a West Coast offense, so I don't know if it's exactly a West Coast or a form of it, or anything at all like it. I think it has some tendencies to it, the protections and stuff, but every offense has it's own little dial and uniqueness that makes it work."

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Failed drug test to end Will Hill's time with the Giants?
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

It is believed that Giants safety Will Hill is facing another suspension for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy again. A person with knowledge of the issue told The Associated Press he's facing a third suspension after he reportedly failed another drug test

The New York Daily News says a team source says Hill is "done" as a member of the Giants. 

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Eli Manning still in boot but says he'll be ready for camp
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

Eli Manning showed up at Giants camp Tuesday with his left foot in a walking boot following offseason ankle surgery. While he claimed he did not hurt it playing basketball Manning did make clear that he plans to be a participant at training camp, telling the Newark Star-Ledger that "it will be safe to say I'll be 100 percent." 

Teammate Victor Cruz went to Duke with Manning for some unofficial passing workouts and said he couldn't tell his ankle was a problem. Manning is expected to miss all of the Giants' offseason workouts and minicamps, which means he'll be behind in learning and understanding the team's new offense, though Manning already surmises that it will be a lot like what the Packers have been running.

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