It's only the second week of the NFL season, but two key NFC East battles shape up as vital to the playoff picture.
As Eli Manning goes into his third season, the pressure is on for him to justify the ransom the Giants paid to make him a franchise QB.
After an acrimonious first season under coach Tom Coughlin, the Giants have bought in, writes Adrian Wojnarowski.
If Herm Edwards has the chance to bolt for Kansas City, he should take it and run, writes Adrian Wojnarowski.
Before our eyes, Tiki Barber is becoming a legitimate MVP candidate and one of the NFL's best players.
Giants QB Eli Manning is displaying the poise and leadership that could make him a star in the Big Apple.
On and off the field, it's been an ugly year for the Jets and things seemingly won't get better anytime soon.
Football players are often considered courageous. But what Laveranues Coles did this week goes well beyond courage.
Eli Manning, the youngest member of New Orleans' first family of football, will be center stage on Hurricane Relief Weekend.
It's been a tumultuous year for Michael Strahan, but he still has his chin up, writes Adrian Wojnarowski.
A spinal injury ended Adam Taliaferro's playing career four years ago, but he still longs to be a player in the game as an agent.
It's been a year since Pat Tillman died for his country, but stories of his courage and convictions continue to resonate today.
Even though his Super Bowl detour slowed him down this year, Charlie Weis has a simple plan for Notre Dame recruiting -- turn the Irish into the New England Patriots.
In an effort to diversify, is a black athletic director under pressure to hire a black coach? Not necessarily.
With no love for the game, Curtis Martin kickstarts his desire to win for purposes greater than football.
There should be a commanding presence to a quarterback, an aura, a glow. The Giants' Eli Manning just doesn't have it.