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Top Giants News

  • Giants' Henry Mondeaux: Unlikely to play Week 5

    Mondeaux (leg) is unlikely to play Sunday against the Packers, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.

    Mondeaux was carted off the field during the team's win over the Bears on Sunday. Although specifics of the nature of the injury are still unknown, it appears the 27-year-old will need some time to recover. Mondeaux had been elevated from the practice squad to cover for the absence of Leonard Williams (knee), who is also looking questionable for Week 5.

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  • Giants' Aaron Robinson: May not play this week

    Robinson (knee) probably won't play Sunday against the Packers, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.

    Robinson left Sunday's win over the Bears early with the injury. Although specific details are still unknown, it appears that whatever the issue is will take some time to heal. If Robinson is ultimately ruled out for Sunday's matchup, Fabian Moreau will likely draw the start at corner, opposite Adoree' Jackson.

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  • Giants' Kenny Golladay: Unlikely to face Packers

    Coach Brian Daboll said Monday he does not expect Golladay (knee) to suit up versus the Packers in Week 5, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports.

    Golladay was forced out of Sunday's win over the Bears with a knee injury, and it looks like he could be in line to miss some time. The Giants already had Kadarius Toney (hamstring) and Wan'Dale Robinson (knee) sidelined, so it's possible the team's receiving corps could be significantly depleted again Week 5. Meanwhile, Daniel Jones (ankle) and Tyrod Taylor (concussion) are managing injuries of their own.

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  • Giants' Daniel Jones: Optimism for Week 5

    The Giants are optimistic that Jones (ankle) will be able to suit up Week 5 versus the Packers in London, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    Jones is scheduled to undergo more tests on the left ankle sprain that briefly knocked him out of Sunday's 20-12 win over the Bears, but he looks like he'll have a fair shot at being available in London. What remains to be seen is whether New York will have the option of deploying as run-heavy an approach as it did against Chicago, when the quarterback had six carries for 68 yards and two touchdowns prior to his departure. With backup Tyrod Taylor (concussion) also nursing an injury, the team may need to add another quarterback to the roster this week, even if Jones is cleared to play.

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  • Giants' Graham Gano: Hits two of three FG tries

    Gano made two of three field-goal attempts and both extra-point tries Sunday in a 20-12 win over the Bears.

    Gano converted a 44-yard try in the third quarter and a 43-yarder in the fourth. He could have sealed the win with a 37-yarder with less than 30 seconds remaining in the fourth and New York up by eight points, but he hit the left upright. It was just his second miss inside 40 yards over the past three seasons but didn't end up costing New York in the win column. Gano has converted 9-of-11 field-goal tries and all five of his extra-point attempts so far this season.

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  • Giants' Tae Crowder: Posts big numbers in Week 4 win

    Crowder tallied 11 tackles (seven solo), including one sack, and forced a fumble against Chicago in Sunday's 20-12 victory.

    New York's third win of the season came largely on the back of its defense, and Crowder led the charge with a team-high 11 tackles. He got to opposing quarterback Justin Fields in the second quarter for his first sack of the campaign and was credited with a forced fumble on the final play of the contest, which consisted of numerous Bears laterals. Crowder's 11 tackles were a high mark so far this season, though he hasn't posted consistent enough totals thus far to be a reliable fantasy asset.

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  • Giants' Dexter Lawrence: Comes up big Sunday

    Lawrence registered five tackles, including two sacks, along with three quarterback hits in Sunday's 20-12 win over the Bears.

    Lawrence was a major factor in New York's ability to stifle Chicago's passing game, as he was constantly applying pressure from the interior. He's played well all season but didn't yet have a sack until he notched two of them Sunday. With the big performance, he's already halfway to the career-high total of four sacks that he posted in 2020.

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  • Giants' Darius Slayton: Notches first catch of campaign

    Slayton hauled in one of two targets for 11 yards in a 20-12 victory versus the Bears on Sunday.

    After being inactive in Week 1, Slayton suited up in each of the subsequent two weeks but didn't see any targets. He finally got into the action against Chicago, drawing a pass-interference penalty that netted 40 yards in the third quarter, though it wasn't the best look that he dropped what was still a catchable ball. Slayton did haul in a pass for 11 yards in the next period, which incredibly made him the leading gainer among New York's wide receivers in the victory. It's painfully clear that the Giants' passing game is a tumultuous work in progress, so it's not unfeasible that Slayton or any other wideout on the squad could carve out a considerable role with a breakout game, though that may be hard to do next Sunday in London given the possibility that neither Daniel Jones (ankle) nor Tyrod Taylor (concussion) may be able to play.

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  • Giants' Matt Breida: Sees limited touches again

    Breida rushed three times for 18 yards and didn't receive any targets in Sunday's 20-12 win over Chicago.

    Breida didn't get his first carry until beyond the midway point of the second quarter, and that was his only touch through three periods of play. The bulk of his action came in the fourth quarter after quarterbacks Daniel Jones (ankle) and Tyrod Taylor (concussion) were hurt -- running back Saquon Barkley temporarily took snaps under center out of the wildcat until Jones was able to return to handing off the ball, and Breida logged runs of 13 yards and one yard on a drive that ended with a Graham Gano field goal. Breida's three rushes and 18 yards were each the most he has logged since Week 1, as Barkley thus far has been the workhorse and clear centerpiece of the Giants offense.

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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Slowly emerging

    Bellinger recorded three catches on three targets for 23 yards in Sunday's 20-12 win over the Bears.

    Bellinger's production won't jump off the stat sheet, but he tied for the team lead with three targets and led the team in receptions and yards. The Giants attempted only 16 passes in the game, limiting the potential production of all pass catchers. However, Bellinger appears to be developing some rapport with Daniel Jones (ankle), as he's tallied seven catches for 63 yards combined across his last two games.

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  • Giants' Richie James: Can't deliver as top option

    James recorded one catch on three targets for nine yards and lost a fumble in Sunday's 20-12 win over the Bears.

    James was expected to serve as the Giants' lead pass catcher with Wan'Dale Robinson (knee), Kadarius Toney (hamstring) and Sterling Shepard (knee) all sidelined. The Giants attempted only 16 total passes, which limited all pass catchers. However, James had a particularly disappointing effort, especially considering he lost a fumble on his lone catch of the day.

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  • Giants' Daniel Jones: Delivers on ground

    Jones completed eight of 13 passes for 71 yards, no touchdowns and no interceptions in Sunday's 20-12 win over the Bears. He rushed the ball six times for 68 yards and two touchdowns.

    Jones briefly exited the game with an injured ankle in the third quarter, but he returned after only two possessions early in the fourth quarter. Even prior to the injury, the Giants clearly planned to run their offense through Saquon Barkley and the ground game, as they took to the air only 16 times combined between Jones and Tyrod Taylor. Instead, Jones got things done on the ground, racking up rushing touchdowns of 21 and eight yards. Jones has still yet to reach 200 passing yards in a game this season, and the Giants aren't eager to make him the focal point of their offense. Finally, Jones' status moving forward bears monitoring, as he left open the possibility that he suffered a high-ankle sprain, per Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com.

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  • Giants' Saquon Barkley: Powers Giants' offense

    Barkley rushed the ball 31 times for 146 yards in Sunday's 20-12 win over the Bears. He added two receptions for 16 yards.

    As has been the case for most of the season, the Giants' offense ran through Barkley, as he tallied 31 carries while the team took to the air only 16 total times. He ripped off five rushes of more than 10 yards and has four gains of more than 20 yards through four games -- more than he posted in 13 matchups last season. The only complaint could be that Barkley failed to find the end zone, but he's now tallied over 100 total yards in three of four games to begin the campaign.

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  • Giants' Tyrod Taylor: Concussion confirmed

    Taylor suffered a concussion during Sunday's 20-12 win against the Bears, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports.

    Taylor entered for a banged-up Daniel Jones (ankle) in the fourth quarter, throwing an interception on his first drive before taking a helmet-to-helmet hit on the second possession. He proceeded to be examined for a head injury, and a concussion has been confirmed in the meantime. The Giants take on the Packers in London next Sunday, but it's unclear if Taylor will be Jones' backup, let alone if both players will be available. Currently, the only other quarterback on the roster is practice-squad member Davis Webb.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 192.5
(1st)
160.5
(31st)
332.0
(22nd)
Def. 141.0
(28th)
200.0
(7th)
332.3
(15th)

Injuries

Player Injury
K. Toney WR Kadarius Toney WR Hamstring
L. Williams DE Leonard Williams DE Knee - MCL
D. Jones QB Daniel Jones QB Ankle
S. Shepard WR Sterling Shepard WR Knee - ACL
J. Love SS Julian Love SS Concussion

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