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I may never stop watching this. Ever. Full video following the jump.
“Giants, Romo Agree To Two-Year, $9 Million Contract” Says Unintentionally Confusing Headline Everywhere
New York Giants rookie running back did just about everything in his team’s 52-27 drubbing of the Saints on Sunday. Those 327 all-purpose yards (becoming the first player to ever notch 200-plus return yards and 100-plus rushing yards in one game) and three touchdowns speak for themselves. But perhaps the biggest imprint he left on the American football-watching public was his touchdown celebration: an impressive, yet questionably safe standing back flip. And now Justin Tuck is pissed.
New York Scribes Are Freaking Out Over Eli Manning And The New York Giants, Write The Same, Worthless Column
The Cincinnati Bengals walked all over the New York Giants on Sunday, easily coasting to a 31-13 win with stellar defensive line play and an efficient 21-30 for 199 yards and 4 TDs from QB Andy Dalton. It’s New York’s second consecutive loss. Still, the team is 6-4 and leading the NFC East, so they can’t be playing that poorly, right?
Note: this is a special edition of Pretty Much Screwed, our team-by-team NBA preview. Today, SportsGrid senior editor Glenn Davis tells his inspiring tale of Hurricane Sandy survival.
Eli Manning hitting Victor Cruz for a Giants’ first down is a familiar proceeding in Giants land, but so is Troy Aikman’s effusive praise of Cruz as the NFL’s best slot receiver. Both of these moments came together on Sunday when a Manning-to-Cruz third down conversion was broken down in slow motion by Aikman – except the replay revealed one extra and crucial nugget of information about Eli in particular.
Eli Manning went on Mike Francesa’s WFAN radio show to talk about that controversial final play on Sunday, in which the Tampa Bay Buccaneers went after the ball (and him) despite the fact that it was a kneel-down situation. What he said, after the jump.
We’re Giving Away Autographed Victor Cruz And Eli Manning Helmets, And They’re Ridiculously Easy To Win
To celebrate the release of Brandon Steiner’s new book You Gotta Have Balls, we are teaming up with Steiner Sports to hold a little contest. Just buy yourself a copy of the book using the link below, and you’ll be entered to win one of the following four prizes.