Let’s check today’s headlines
Good morning, New York Giants fans!
ESPN makes the case for each player.
Barkley told ESPN that he would pick himself for Rookie of the Year, because “if you ask my peers that played against me or coaches that played against me and schemed against me who was the Rookie of the Year, I think they would say me.”
Eli Manning is on this list. Read through it. I honestly don’t think the other quarterbacks named are better.
Gregg Rosenthal says the answer is “Say goodbye to Eli Manning.” My question — what available quarterback is taking the Giants to the Super Bowl in 2019? Yes, the Giants need to transition from Manning. Let’s not kid ourselves, though. It’s not like the simple act of replacing Manning will make the Giants better.
Reggie Bush says so, which apparently makes this news. It shouldn’t be, though. The fact that Barkley was the Giants’ best and most important player was obvious a few weeks into the 2018 season. As Manning said, the offense runs through Barkley — the team’s best player.
Yes, I think we can all sympathize.
We know the Chiefs hired ex-Giant Steve Spagnuolo as their defensive coordinator. This is why.
NFL says concussions down 29 percent in regular season
NEW YORK (AP) — The NFL is encouraged by progress made in reducing concussions while stressing there is much more work to be done.
“I would hate to see him with the Giants just because I hate playing my friends, and if I end up back in Philly I’d have to play him twice a year,” Long told NJ Advance Media in Atlanta.
“But I think whoever gets him is going to be very lucky. He’s a leader. He’s a franchise-type quarterback. The tough thing is we have another franchise quarterback, a guy who is homegrown and is going to be a great player for a long time to come.”
All of Philly probably agrees with Long.
With the Giants likely in the market for a right tackle, James might be a name to pay attention to.