New York Giants

4th NFC East | 1-2
  • Passing Yards
    271.7 PYPG
  • Rushing Yards
    100.6 RYPG
  • Total Yards Per Game
    372.3 YPG
  • SNY

    McAdoo: Offensive woes are 'correctable'

    The New York Giants' offensive issues continued to rear their ugly head in Saturday's 21-20 preseeason win over the New York Jets. They rushed for only 39 yards on 20 carries and the pass protection was abysmal once again. Head coach Ben McAdoo, who has run the Giants' offense the past two seasons with positive results, is as puzzled as anyone else these days on why his team is struggling moving the football. "Offensively, obviously we need to go forward. We need to a better job of going forward," McAdoo said on his Sunday conference call with reporters. "Everything there is correctable. I'm expecting a lot of questions there about the offensive line, but it's more than just the offensive line.

  • SNY

    BGA: Expendables 2016

    Every year, teams have to let some players go. Even though the Jets did bring back some of their free agents (Zach Sudfeld, Ben Ijalana, Bilal Powell, Kenbrell Thompkins, Kellen Davis, Erin Henderson, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Muhammad Wilkerson), they chose not to bring everyone back. We're keeping track of anyone from the Jets' 2015 regular season roster, injured reserve list or practice squad who have since signed with another NFL team, along with anyone that had been on the 2016 roster at any point. Today, we look at how each player fared in their team's third preseason game. DB Antonio Allen - Houston Allen didn't play much off the bench in the third game and didn't register any statistics. It's

  • Barkevious Mingo Feeling ‘Huge Culture Shock’ After Trade To Patriots From Browns
    New England Sports Network

    Barkevious Mingo Feeling ‘Huge Culture Shock’ After Trade To Patriots From Browns

    FOXBORO, Mass. — Drafted by the long-suffering Cleveland Browns, Barkevious Mingo won a total of 14 games over his first three NFL seasons. His new team nearly matched that total last season alone. The Browns on Thursday traded Mingo, the sixth overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, to the New England Patriots, who have won 12 or more games in each of the last six seasons and have not posted a losing record since 2000. “It’s a huge culture shock,” Mingo said Monday in his first meeting with reporters since the trade. “I felt like the winning spirit was making its way into Cleveland with (new head coach Hue Jackson and his staff), but it’s definitely been established here for a long time. I’m just