A day after president Donald Trump called for NFL owners to fire players who protest during the national anthem, two NFL owners—John Mara and Steve Tisch of the New York Giants—have said they disagree with the president's sentiment. "Comments like we heard last night from the president are inappropriate, offensive and divisive," Mara and Tisch said through a team spokesman.
Tom Brady isn’t used to being No. 2, but that’s the world we woke up to Friday. The New England Patriots quarterback, who has won five Super Bowl titles and arguably is the greatest signal-caller in NFL history, came in second place for the first time since the New York Giants defeated the Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI. And the person to deliver the devastating blow to Brady’s ego was none other than Hillary Clinton. Yes, you read that right. As you might know, Brady released his book, “The TB12 Method: How To Achieve A Lifetime Of Sustained Peak Performance” on Monday, and it already has checked in at No. 2 on Amazon’s best-sellers list. It trails Clinton’s new book “What Happened,” which details
The home opener is here. And who better than the Giants (0-2) to visit the Linc for a fun NFC East showdown to help the Eagles (1-1) kick off their 2017 home schedule Sunday (1 p.m./FOX)? Will Eli Manning and company avoid an 0-3 start or will the Eagles improve to 2-1? Our experts provide their Week 3 predictions: Reuben Frank (2-0) The Giants have scored one touchdown this year. They're 29th in the NFL in yards per game, last in rushing yards, 24th in passing yards, 28th in sacks allowed, 25th on third down and 31st in scoring. They've scored just two offensive touchdowns in their last four games at the Linc and I don't think they're going to help that average Sunday. I just don't think they