Should the Eagles' 28-point rout of the Cardinals on Thanksgiving night tell us all we need to know about the outcome of their surprising rematch in the NFC Championship Game?
Jeffri Chadiha looks at 10 prominent NFL players who could be playing for new teams (or not at all) in 2009.
Unheralded players always play a key role in their team's playoff success. This year, there are a handful of players who could produce a similar impact, writes Jeffri Chadiha.
After the dust settled Sunday, these are the 10 burning questions for the NFC playoffs, Jeffri Chadiha writes.
On Sunday, the Giants salvaged an overtime victory over the Carolina Panthers and the NFC's top seed. The Giants have reason to be confident and concerned headed into the playoffs.
New York proved in a 30-10 rout of Baltimore that it can pound any defense into submission, including the NFL's best against the run, Jeffri Chadiha writes.
The message that suspended Plaxico Burress should have gleaned from the Giants' 44-6 rout of Seattle is simple: He needs to get his act together once he returns to work.
Rookie contributors in the Giants' championship run validated their 2007 drafting. Selection success on Sunday will be the measure of greatness this draft weekend, Jeffri Chadiha writes.
What did we learn from the Giants' stunning win over the Pats? Jeffri Chadiha has 10 observations.
The Giants found some serious talent in the 2007 draft, and their impressive crop of rookies could very well make the difference in Super Bowl XLII, writes Jeffri Chadiha.
Here are 10 reasons the Giants, who won just three games at home, have been thriving when they stray away from familiar surroundings.
Here's Jeffri Chadiha's early look at Super Bowl XLII between the New York Giants and New England Patriots.
A team in turmoil at the start of the season, the Giants managed to bond as a group and now stand one victory away from an improbable Super Bowl berth, writes Jeffri Chadiha.
Here's Jeffri Chadiha's early look at the two NFC divisional round games, Seattle at Green Bay and the Giants at Dallas.
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.