Next up: Washington


The Giants have six days off before they play Washington and try to get a clinching asterisk aside their name in the standings. Last time the two teams met was back in Week 3 when the G-Men came from behind to win 24-17 and grab their first W of the season. This time the Giants can put themselves in the playoffs and solidify themselves as the top Wild Card team while crushing the hopes of playoff football for the second straight week against a division rival.

In the News:
The Giants had to come from behind on the road for the second straight time.

Antonio Pierce found a way to play through his injury and help the team on Sunday.

Apparently Plaxico Burress still doesn’t need to practice after his performance against the Eagles.

The Giants were able to survive another late-game collapse.

The G-Men played behind Plaxico Burress as he played through pain.

Branon Jacobs fumbled twice, but in his mind he only lost the ball once.

Opinions have changed on Tom Coughlin, a year after everyone wanted him gone.