The New York Giants have made very little transactional noise thus far this offseason, only grabbing a few headlines with they slapped the franchise tag on defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul.
Mike Francesa has been on the air for years so you know that he must have gotten a rather bizarre question for him to call it “the weirdest question I’ve gotten in a long time.”
Former Giants kicker Lawrence Tynes has two Super Bowl rings to call his own thanks to the Giants’ Super Bowl victories over the New England Patriots.
So, in addition to Josh Brown kicking a player in the head earlier, we now have a brawl in St. Louis.
Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota provided one of the better Top Ten bits in the history of The Late Show with David Letterman.
We’ve already seen New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham, Jr. do some amazing things with his hands. But did you know he has some pretty sick skills with his feet too?
Aside from Odell Beckham Jr.’s mind-boggling catch in Week 12, the New York Giants have provided fans with almost nothing to get excited about and that trend continued in Week 12.
We’re now a week removed from Odell Beckham’s absurd one-handed touchdown grab against the Cowboys, one that undoubtedly wind up being the best of the year.
Sports video games have been known to overreact to one-time exploits or even multi-game performances, but it appears that Madden NFL 15 nailed it this week.
When Odell Beckham Jr. made that absolutely ridiculous catch last Sunday night, there were lots of people online who criticized the photographer pictured above for seemingly watching the play in amazement instead of doing his job and shooting it with his camera.
Last night, Odell Beckham Jr. caught what will likely be the catch of the year (unless Calvin Johnson somehow throws a Hail Mary to himself or something). Lost in the hoopla was the guy who made the throw in the first place. After all, Odell’s catch was slightly reminiscent of another improbable Eli Manning completion
If you haven’t seen what Odell Beckham Jr. did on Sunday Night Football against a shocked Cowboys defense, I’d recommend watching it 1 million times all day today. However, given Beckham’s track record we should be hardly surprised that the rookie wide receiver out of LSU made one of the most incredible catches in NFL