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.
When San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who is playing on a $114 million contract, decided to sit for the National Anthem on Friday night in protest of what he feels is an “oppressive” country, it elicited reaction from all corners of the world. Some of the reactions, like the one from former New York Giants punter Steve Weatherford, have been explosive. Others have spoken out in support. If nothing else, Kap’s decision has stirred a debate and a conversation about oppression and what the National Anthem stands for. Prior to Saturday’s game against the New York Jets, running back Rashad Jennings decided to offer his two cents. “I would say that it’s nice to know that we live in
Last week, a federal judge in Florida refused to dismiss a privacy lawsuit brought by New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul against ESPN for showing readers a copy of the NFL superstar's medical chart revealing an amputated right finger. At the time of the decision, the judge's analysis wasn't immediately available, but on Monday, U.S. District Court judge Marcia Cooke issued a written order. In the lawsuit, Pierre-Paul asserted a couple of claims.