The Giants' pass-rushers are the heart of the team, and a nightmare for Tom Brady, Jeffri Chadiha writes.
In the unpredictable NFL playoffs, one win is all it takes to fire up momentum, Jeffri Chadiha writes.
Aaron Rodgers is not the only man on the spot as a new starter. Kevin Boss, Tommie Kelly and Tamba Hali are among the new headliners replacing departed stars.
Once, many pass-rushing greats were technicians whose bags of tricks led to long, fruitful careers. Today, many linemen are relying on pure athleticism. That's not a good thing, Jeffri Chadiha writes.
The Giants go into Sunday's Super Bowl just like another team from New York did 39 years ago -- as heavy underdogs. And we know how that turned out, writes Jeffri Chadiha.
A respected leader who craves winning more than the limelight, veteran LB Antonio Pierce is arguably the most essential player on the Giants' defense, writes Jeffri Chadiha.
The Patriots have more than 10 times the Super Bowl-playing experience of the Giants. But New York seems to have the focus to make this rematch a rival to their Dec. 29 near-upset of the Pats.
Here's Jeffri Chadiha's early look at Super Bowl XLII between the New York Giants and New England Patriots.
Tom Brady has enjoyed a season for the ages, but how does it rate against other great performances? Jeffri Chadiha ranks Brady's 2007 effort in his top 10 since 1970.
It's wrong to think the Giants should field their top players in a game that means nothing. In fact, the very notion borders on insanity, writes Jeffri Chadiha.
The Patriots have been so dominant it's only natural to wonder whether any team is capable of slowing them down, writes Jeffri Chadiha.
The Patriots will enter the regular season with some serious concerns on defense, writes Jeffri Chadiha in his latest Three and Out column.