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Giants Week 15 fantasy rankings

Posted by Joe Kania on December 13, 2013 – 2:00 pm

Giants fall in fantasy rankings with Seahawks coming to town.

Victor Cruz

Eli ManningThe fantasy experts predict that quarterback Eli Manning, wide receivers Victor Cruz, Hakeem Nicks, Rueben Randle and kicker Josh Brown will all have their worst fantasy games of the season on Sunday when the Giants take on the Seahawks at MetLife Stadium.

All five players earned season-low rankings and two, Manning and Brown, went unranked by multiple sources. But the player to drop the farthest this week was Cruz.

If any Giant has been a consistent fantasy player this season, it’s been Cruz. He has been ranked in the top 10 among the league’s receivers five times this season and is the team’s leading fantasy scorer with 119.3 points but both ESPN and Yahoo warned fantasy owners not to start Cruz against Seattle.

“I actually think the matchup this weekend makes it easy on Cruz owners,” ESPN’s Christopher Harris said. “He hasn’t scored a touchdown since Week 4, that’s a much-quoted stat. I haven’t had him outside of my top 15 wide receivers for this season — he’s 25 for me this week.”

Cruz’s average ranking for Week 15 is No. 28, nearly doubling down on his previous season-low of 15. He was ranked as low as No. 40 by CBS.

“I love the Salsa King and I’m one of his biggest apologists but I have to sit him this week,” Yahoo’s Brandon Funston said. “You mentioned the scoring drought, that’s nine straight games without a touchdown. Only once during that span has he gone for double-digit fantasy points so things are not going well.”

Hakeem Nicks

With a stingy group of cornerbacks on deck, Nicks and Randle also fell.

Despite scoring a season-high 13.5 points in the Giants’ Week 14 loss to San Diego, Nicks fell one spot, from No. 41 to No. 42. Randle, who had jumped Nicks in last week’s rankings, also fell, from No. 38 to No. 51.

Randle’s ranking tied season-lows set in Weeks 4 and 5 while Nicks, who had been ranked as high as No. 18, set a new season-low for the second straight week.

Manning (No. 25) was ranked No. 24 by ESPN in Week 14 but had never been ranked lower than No. 20 by all four sources. He went unranked by ESPN, which listed 27 quarterbacks, and CBS, which listed 25.

The only source to rank Brown this week was Yahoo, which listed him at No. 25. His average ranking for Week 15 is No. 24 but it didn’t hurt that he finished in a tied for 16th by FOX, which only listed 15 kickers.

Here’s a look at this week’s fantasy rankings: 

QB Eli Manning

Average ranking: 25th

Sources: ESPN (N/R; T-28), CBSSports (N/R; T-25), Yahoo! Sports (25th), Fox Sports (23rd)

» Week 14 by ESPN: 24th

» Week 13: 16th

» Week 12: 12th

» Week 11: 19th

» Week 10: 14th

» Week 9: BYE

» Week 8: 14th

» Week 7: 12th

» Week 6: N/A

» Week 5: 13th

» Week 4: 19th

» Week 3: 12th

» Week 2: 10th

» Week 1: 14th

 

RB Andre Brown

Average ranking: 14th

Sources: ESPN (14th), CBSSports (19th), Yahoo! Sports (12th), Fox Sports (9th)

» Week 14 by ESPN: 10th

» Week 13: 7th

» Week 12: 10th

» Week 11: 10th

» Week 10: 30th

 

WR Victor Cruz

Average ranking: 28th

Sources: ESPN (24th), CBSSports (40th), Yahoo! Sports (26th), Fox Sports (20th)

» Week 14 by ESPN: 14th

» Week 13: 13th

» Week 12: 9th

» Week 11: 15th

» Week 10: 12th

» Week 9: BYE

» Week 8: 8th

» Week 7: 6th

» Week 6: N/A

» Week 5: 6th

» Week 4: 11th

» Week 3: 10th

» Week 2: 11th

» Week 1: 12th

 

WR Hakeem Nicks

Average ranking: 42nd

Sources: ESPN (44th), CBSSports, (43rd), Yahoo! Sports (42nd), Fox Sports (37th)

» Week 14 by ESPN: 41st

» Week 13: 38th

» Week 12: 26th

» Week 11: 30th

» Week 10: 22nd

» Week 9: BYE

» Week 8: 23rd

» Week 7: 20th

» Week 6: N/A

» Week 5: 22nd

» Week 4: 27th

» Week 3: 19th

» Week 2: 18th

» Week 1: 19th

 

WR Rueben Randle

Average ranking: 51st

Sources: ESPN (50th), CBSSports (N/R; T-49th), Yahoo! Sports (54th), Fox Sports (49th)

» Week 14 by ESPN: 38th

» Week 13: 35th

» Week 12: 26th

» Week 11: 36th

» Week 10: 36th

» Week 9: BYE

» Week 8: 24th

» Week 7: 30th

» Week 6: N/A

» Week 5: 51st

» Week 4: 51st

» Week 3: 49th

» Week 2: 43rd

» Week 1: 47th

 

TE Brandon Myers

Average ranking: 21st

Sources: ESPN (21st), CBSSports (20th), Yahoo! Sports (24th), Fox Sports, (19th)

» Week 14 by ESPN: 19th

» Week 13: 24th

» Week 12: 24th

» Week 11: 26th

» Week 10: 20th

» Week 9: BYE

» Week 8: 20th

» Week 7: 15th

» Week 6: N/A

» Week 5: 15th

» Week 4: 14th

» Week 3: 14th

» Week 2: 12th

» Week 1: 14th

 

K Josh Brown

Average ranking: 24th

Sources: ESPN (N/R; T-27th), CBSSports (25th), Yahoo! Sports (N/R; T-27th), Fox Sports (N/R; T-16th)

» Week 14 by ESPN: 21st

» Week 13: 20th

» Week 12: 15th

» Week 11: 18th

» Week 10: 15th

» Week 9: BYE

» Week 8: 21st

» Week 7: 22nd

» Week 6: N/A

» Week 5: 18th

» Week 4: 18th

» Week 3: 13th

» Week 2: 15th

» Week 1: 15th

 

Defense/ special teams

Average ranking: 22nd

Sources: ESPN (25th), CBSSports (23rd), Yahoo! Sports (22nd), Fox Sports (N/R; T-16th)

» Week 14 by ESPN: 13th

» Week 13: 14th

» Week 12: 12th

» Week 11: 12th

» Week 10: 11th

» Week 9: BYE

» Week 8: 20th

» Week 7: 22nd

» Week 6: N/A

» Week 5: 23rd

» Week 4: 25th

» Week 3: 25th

» Week 2: 24th

» Week 1: 14th


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Friday morning headlines

Posted by Joe Kania on December 13, 2013 – 10:23 am

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» Coughlin Corner: Mentality doesn’t change

» JPP continues effort to play in ’13

» Giants prep for aggressive Seahawk CBs

» Cruz aims for another 1,000-yard season

» Giants injury report (12/12)

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FRIDAY MORNING HEADLINES

 

QUOTABLES

“Marshawn, it takes more than one person to bring him down. I played against him before in the past and watched plenty of games, the film we’ve watched. You have to get 11 guys to the ball. You can’t just leave one person hanging out to dry to try to bring him down himself because he’s a tough back, strong back, fast, quick. He’ll make people miss.” -DT Cullen Jenkins

 

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VOTE: Does American football belong in the Olympics?

Posted by Joe Kania on December 12, 2013 – 3:00 pm

American football could be in the Olympics as soon as 2024.

London Olympics Closing Ceremony

stadium, attacks, FedExOn Tuesday American football took a small, yet significant step towards become a part the Olympic Games when International Olympic Committee granted the sport’s governing body, the International Federation of American Football (IFAF), provisional recognition for future inclusion.

Football, which is practiced by 64 countries on six different continents, could appear on the IOC’s voters’ ballots as early as 2017. If selected, the sport could debut in the 2024 Olympics.

“IFAF is proud to receive this recognition and join the Olympic family,” IFAF President Tommy Wiking said in a press release to the NFL. “The enduring ideals of sport that comprise the Olympic Charter reside in our game’s timeless values and in the spirit of the millions who love to play it.”

“We thank the IOC Executive Board and administration for its support throughout this process as well as our dedicated National and Continental committees,” Wilking continued. “It is especially gratifying to share this recognition with American football athletes of all ages across the world, past and present. They have made and continue to make this an exceptional sport that captures our imaginations and unites us through competition in mind, body and heart.”

The NFL has already taken steps to globalize American’s most-watched sport.

In 2007, it began playing games in London as part of it’s “International Series” to boost foreign interest. At the youth level, USA Football has fielded teams to compete in international World Championship tournaments for U-19, U-17 and U-15 age groups. Among athletes competing for USA Football’s national team was Giants running back David Wilson, who ran for 87 yards as Team USA routed Canada, 41-3, in the 2009 World Championship game.

Though football may not currently meet the international popularity standards the most Olympic sports require, IOC executives believe that, in 2024, the case could be different.

“The federation has long demonstrated strong youth appeal and is making great progress in developing their sport around the world,” IOC sports director Christophe Dubi said in a statement to FOX Sports. “We trust that this provisional recognition will generate momentum in the further universal development of their disciplines.”

But if football were to make it through to the Olympics, it would likely be a seven-man version of the game, following in the footsteps of seven-man rugby, which will make its first Olympic appearance since 1924 in the 2016 Games.

Patriotic 49ers fansThe announcement came just months after the IOC recommended the elimination of three sports from its program– baseball, wrestling and squash. Wrestling survived the cut but baseball and squash were eliminated.

If baseball, probably more popular on the global scene than football, didn’t make the cut, how could football?

Yahoo! Sports (UK) breaks it down:

“There seem to be far more deserving sports than American football that could be considered for inclusion in the Olympics (squash, anyone?). But there is one big reason why it would be silly to discount American football as a potential addition to the Games: money. In 2011, NBC paid the IOC an incredible $4.4 billion for the rights to show the summer and Olympic Games up until 2020. At the London 2012 Olympics, 204 countries took part but the US television rights alone constituted over half of the total television rights revenue raised by the IOC. This is before you even consider all the sponsorships deals that were made – many of them by US companies. So the influence of the US on the Olympics cannot be overstated – and when it comes to the United States one sport rules all and that sport is American football. In 2011, the NFL signed a TV deal with three US networks worth… wait for it …a staggering $27 billion.” 

Do you think football should/ could make the cut? Vote in our poll or leave a comment below!


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Thursday morning headlines

Posted by Joe Kania on December 12, 2013 – 9:58 am

The Daily Blitz brings you the latest news surrounding your New York Giants from team headquarters in East Rutherford, N.J.

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» Marshawn Lynch is next challenge for run D

» Coach addresses role of younger players

» Adrien Robinson works to earn playing time

» Coaching Confidential: Aim to bounce back

» Giants injury report (12/11)

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THURSDAY MORNING HEADLINES

 

QUOTABLES

“I’m more impressed with Marshawn just for the fact that he’s a running back that gives more of a pounding than taking it. That scheme really fits him well. It’s a constant that you see him falling forward, breaking tackles. You really don’t see him getting hit for negative yardage so that’s going to keep the sticks in their favor and plus he’s one of those backs that when he does break it, he can take it to the house, so again, we’ve played a lot of great backs this year and hopefully that experience helps us out with him because he’s a load.” -DE Justin Tuck

 

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Giants Week 14 fantasy results

Posted by Joe Kania on December 11, 2013 – 1:21 pm

Wide receiver Hakeem Nicks was the Giants’ top-scoring fantasy player in Week 14.

Hakeem Nicks

There were high expectations for Hakeem Nicks heading into the 2013 season.

He was ranked as the No. 18 fantasy wide receiver in the league by ESPN in their preseason fantasy rankings and many expected, in a contract year, that 2013 might be one of Nicks’ best years with Big Blue.

That hasn’t happened.

Nicks averages just 5.6 fantasy points per game and has a grand total of 78.9 points on the season, the 48th-most in the league. Teammates Rueben Randle and Victor Cruz both have more points on the season with 91.6 and 119.3, respectively.

WEEK 14 FANTASY RANKINGS

But despite his struggles, Nicks strung together one of his best games yet in Week 14 as the Giants fell, 37-14, to San Diego.

He scored 13.5 points, the 16th-most in the league, catching five balls for 135 yards. Nicks fell just .7 points of his season high, 14.2 points, that he set back in Week 5 against the Eagles. The only other game where surpassed 10 points was Week 1 (11.4).

“Each week I strap it up and I am ready to go,” Nicks said after the loss. “I had a lot more opportunities today and I wanted to take advantage of it.”

He also hauled in a 43-yard Hail Mary at the end of the first half and to to his surprise, didn’t land in the end zone. Had he crossed the goal line, it would have been his first score of the season.

“I knew I was going to get it,” said Nicks. “I thought I was in the end zone until I got up and everybody was just looking at me. I was thinking why isn’t anyone celebrating?”

Despite Nicks’ efforts, the Giants’ loss eliminated the team from playoff contention. He has three more games in a Giants uniform before his rookie contract expires.

“It’s difficult but it’s reality,” Nicks said. “Only thing we can do now is control playing these last three games to really show what we are made of. I don’t like it by a stretch, but it’s reality like I said and we have to face it.”

GIANTS WEEK 14 FANTASY RESULTS

QB Eli Manning,  10.48 points

Among quarterbacks: No. 27 (-6)

» Week 13: 11.4 points

» Week 12: 14.96 points

» Week 11: 13.46 points

» Week 10: 7.3 points

» Week 9: Bye

» Week 8: 9.74 points

» Week 7: 12.5 points

» Week 6: 7.56 points

» Week 5: 15.36 points

» Week 4: 15.36 points

» Week 3: 4.16 points

» Week 2: 10.48 points

» Week 1: 28.8 points

 

RB Andre Brown,  7.6 points

Among running backs: No. 36 (-28)

» Week 13: 17.8 points

» Week 12: 15.8 points

» Week 11: 9.3 points

» Week 10: 17.9

Week 9: Bye

 

RB Peyton Hillis, 7.1 points

Among running backs: No. 38

» Week 13: 5.1 points

» Week 12: 0 points

» Week 11: 0 points

» Week 10: .1 points

» Week 9: Bye

» Week 8: 8.5 points

» Week 7: 14.1 points

» Week 6: 0 points

» Week 5: 0 points

» Week 4: 0 point

» Week 3: 0 points

» Week 2: 0 points

» Week 1: 0 points

 

RB Brandon Jacobs, 0 points

Among running backs: N/A

» Week 13: 0 points

» Week 12: 7.5 points

» Week 11: 6.9 points

» Week 10: 0 points

» Week 9: Bye

» Week 8: 0 points

» Week 7: 0 points

» Week 6: 23.4 points

» Week 5: 1.7 points

» Week 4: 1 point

» Week 3: 0.2 points

» Week 2: 6.4 points

» Week 1: 0 points

 

WR Victor Cruz, 4.2 points

Among wide receivers: No. 54 (+28)

» Week 13: 8 points

» Week 12: .7 points

» Week 11: 11 points

» Week 10: 3.7 points

» Week 9: Bye

» Week 8: 8.6 points

» Week 7: 5 points

» Week 6: 6.8 points

» Week 5: 11.8 points

» Week 4: 22.4 points

» Week 3: 2.5 points

» Week 2: 11.8 points

» Week 1: 29.8 points

 

WR Rueben Randle, 2.7 points

Among wide receivers: No. 66 (-33)

» Week 13: 6.4 points

» Week 12: 6.4 points

» Week 11: 9.7 points

» Week 10: 11 points

» Week 9: Bye

» Week 8: 0 points

» Week 7: 8 points

» Week 6: 13.5 points

» Week 5: 21.6 points

» Week 4: .7 points

» Week 3: 4 points

» Week 2: 1.4 point

» Week 1: 10.1 points

 

WR Hakeem Nicks, 13.5 points

Among wide receivers: No. 16

» Week 13: 3.4 points

» Week 12: 0 points

» Week 11: 5 points

» Week 10: 4.9

» Week 9: Bye

» Week 8: 5.1 points

» Week 7: 2.8 points

» Week 6: 7 points

» Week 5: 14.2 points

» Week 4: 3.3 points

» Week 3: 0 points

» Week 2: 8.30 points

» Week 1: 11.4 points

 

TE Brandon Myers, 8.6 points

Among tight ends: No. 12 (-2)

» Week 13: 12.1 points

» Week 12: 9.9 points

» Week 11: 3.2 points

» Week 10: 0 points

» Week 9: Bye

» Week 8: 4.2 points

» Week 7: 1.5 points

» Week 6: 0 points

» Week 5: 3.5 points

» Week 4: 0 points

» Week 3: 3.3 points

» Week 2: 7.4 points

» Week 1: 12.6 points

 

K Josh Brown, 2 points

Among kickers: No. 30 (-14)

» Week 13: 6 points

» Week 12: 7 points

» Week 11: 9 points

» Week 10: 6 points

» Week 9: Bye

» Week 8: 15 points

» Week 7: 11 points

» Week 6: 3 points

» Week 5: 3 points

» Week 4: 1 point

» Week 3: 0 points

» Week 2: 11 points

» Week 1: 7 points

 

Defense, 0 points

League ranking: No. 26 (-12)

» Week 13: 8 points

» Week 12: 7 points

» Week 11: 16 points

» Week 10: 15 points

» Week 9: Bye

» Week 8: 17 points

» Week 7: 11 points

» Week 6: 0 points

» Week 5: -3 points

» Week 4: 6 points

» Week 3: 1 point

» Week 2: -2 points

» Week 1: 4 points

*Point totals via NFL.com


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Wednesday morning headlines

Posted by Joe Kania on December 11, 2013 – 10:04 am

The Daily Blitz brings you the latest news surrounding your New York Giants from team headquarters in East Rutherford, N.J.

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WEDNESDAY MORNING HEADLINES

 

QUOTABLES

“As I’ve tried to say many, many times in the past, we have to deal with reality, too. The truth of the matter is we’ve got to apply ourselves and hope again, I’ve used the word ‘respect,’ that we can gain and earn some of the respect back by virtue of how we play in these last three games and that’s all we can possibly think about right now.” -Coach Tom Coughlin

 

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Tuesday morning headlines

Posted by Joe Kania on December 10, 2013 – 9:46 am

The Daily Blitz brings you the latest news surrounding your New York Giants from team headquarters in East Rutherford, N.J.

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TUESDAY MORNING HEADLINES

 

QUOTABLES

“You obviously go as hard as you can each week and then you assess the season when the season is over, so each one of these games is a critical game for us. It’s a critical game for our team, for our franchise, for all of us and so we certainly will throw everything we have into these individual games and then we’ll assess the entire season when the time comes.” -Coach Tom Coughlin

 

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What they’re saying: Giants vs. Chargers

Posted by Joe Kania on December 9, 2013 – 2:00 pm

Giants react after losing to San Diego. 

Tom Coughlin

“I just told the team and anybody in listening distance that the major disappointment here today is to have a chance to get into a game where both teams are 5-7 and have a chance to win a ballgame and try to regain some respectability. We had played pretty well five or six weeks in a row and then we came in here today and the first half was just a very, very poor performance. We turned the ball over twice, they scored twice. They missed a field goal. Of course, we were off-sides and gave them another opportunity to make it. They made that. They scored late on us when we didn’t make a call downstairs that we thought was a fumble. We let the clock run down to two minutes, then they challenged and got the ball back. The first half was a major disappointment. I didn’t think we tackled well. We certainly didn’t stop the run. They were very high percentage on third downs the entire game. We came out in the second half and got a turnover on the first play and put it in the endzone. It looked like we were sparked, the way we came out of the locker room after halftime, but it was short-lived. They’ve come by their reputation for time of possession honestly. They have a very good scheme in terms of rushing the ball and throwing the ball at a high percentage and also throwing the ball down the field. They made the big play on us passing in the first half for a touchdown. Although we were in position, we didn’t make any plays

in the redzone. A couple of times we got into third down and distances but we weren’t able to stop them. Then in the second half, right there at the end we were trying to drive to score. We got the ball back with the turnover which wasn’t a turnover, then we turn it over at the end of the game and don’t give ourselves a chance to go down and score. Very, very disappointing loss for us. We have a three game schedule to go. We have three games to work as hard as we can, prepare as hard as we can and see if we can regain some of the respectability we lost today.” -Coach Tom Coughlin

“It’s been tough. Obviously today we got down and you try to compete and make some things happen but I haven’t analyzed the whole season but you just try to go game by game and try to make adjustments to get better. After the season we’ll look at it and try to figure that part out but we still have three games to go to try to make some adjustments and get better.” -QB Eli Manning

“We didn’t play together. We had spots where we played decently but then there were some spots where they made some huge plays on third down in the game and they were able to capitalize on some short fields and get some points up early. You can’t expect to continue to start as slow as we did today and last week and come back from that especially against good football teams like the one we played today. We just didn’t play well enough.” -DE Justin Tuck

“It’s difficult but it’s reality. Only thing we can do now is control playing these last three games to really show what we are made of. I don’t like it by a stretch, but it’s reality like I said and we have to face it.” -WR Hakeem Nicks


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Monday morning headlines

Posted by Joe Kania on December 9, 2013 – 9:03 am

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» Instant Analysis: Chargers 37, Giants 14

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» Watch: Brandon Myers five-yard touchdown

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MONDAY MORNING HEADLINES

 

QUOTABLES

“Well there’s a lot to play for. There’s pride to play for. There’s the fact that we’re competitors, we play for the New York Giants and we’re expected to go as hard as we can. We created our own situation here. No one else did but us, so it’s our responsibility to finish.” -Coach Tom Coughlin

 

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Twitter: Giants Gameday

Posted by Joe Kania on December 8, 2013 – 12:25 pm

Check back up until game time for the latest updates. 

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