Eric Davis analyzes the 77-yard touchdown score that gave the Giants the win.
Posts Tagged ‘Victor Cruz’
Posted: Monday, October 15th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Ahmad Bradshaw, Andy Luck, Dwayne Bowe, Eli Manning, Jordy Nelson, Matthew Stafford, Robert Griffin III, Shonn Greene, Trent Richardson, Victor Cruz
Many fantasy enthusiasts likely feel a lot like Felix Baumgartner this morning after some players (and let’s put this mildly) didn’t come through on Sunday. Though, some old standbys finally showed themselves. Let’s get into it.
The Giants and the 49ers play this week, another installment of what has historically been a great rivalry. In my weekly ranking of the games, I put this showdown as No. 2. The storylines, literally, are endless. But one thing that I take issue with revolves around Giants star WR Victor Cruz and his salsa-dancing ways. See, 49ers DB Carlos Rogers had said he likes Cruz’s signature dance, but that he would imitate it after a big play. And Cruz responded that he wouldn’t like that one bit. He got pretty fired up. Later, when Rogers found out that Cruz’s dance is an homage to his late grandmother, he backed off. That’s cool. I love how Cruz honors the woman who […]
Ramses Barden’s hopes to follow in his fellow wide receiver’s spikes.
Posted: Wednesday, May 30th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Justin Blackmon, Blaine Gabbert, Domenik Hixon, Hakeem Nicks, Justin Blackmon, Larry Fitzgerald, Laurent Robinson, Los Angeles Kings, Mike Mularkey, Victor Cruz
Happy Wednesday everybody. I know this is going to be hard for you to concentrate today because your Los Angeles Kings are in the Stanley Cup Finals (which starts tonight at 5 p.m.), but can we at least try to get through some fantasy content?
Time to rearrange the fantasy rankings following word Hakeem Nicks broke a bone in his foot, which the team announced on Thursday. Nicks will undergo surgery on Friday and is expected to be out 12 weeks, which would push his return to sometime around training camp and the opening of the season.
Posted: Thursday, March 8th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Atlanta Falcons, Chad Henne, Denver Broncos, Jacquizz Rodgers, Jason Snelling, Mario Manningham, Marques Colston, Michael Turner, Peyton Manning, Reggie Wayne, Tim Tebow, Victor Cruz, Vincent Jackson
The Broncos are in the market for a veteran quarterback, which means Tim Tebow could be fighting for his starting spot next season.
Posted: Thursday, March 1st, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Antonio Brown, DeSean Jackson, Emmanuel Sanders, Hakeem Nicks, Hines Ward, Jabar Gaffney, Mario Manningham, Mike Tolbert, Mike Wallace, New York Giants, Pittsburgh Steelers, Plaxico Burress, Ryan Mathews, San Diego Chargers, Victor Cruz, Vincent Jackson, Washington Redskins, Wes Welker
With Plaxico Burress searching for a new home, he could end up right back where he started from. The Steelers and Giants are both reportedly interested in his services.
Posted: Monday, February 27th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Dwayne Bowe, Jamaal Charles, Josh Freeman, Kansas City Chiefs, Mario Manningham, Mark Sanchez, Matt Cassel, New York Giants, New York Jets, Peyton Manning, Rex Ryan, Romeo Crennel, Santonio Holmes, Scott Pioli, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Victor Cruz
Jamaal Charles might find himself with some company in the Chiefs backfield, just one of several changes the team could be poised to make.
Giants general manager Jerry Reese was the lucky one who wound up with Victor Cruz, but he wasn’t boasting Saturday that he knew something more about the receiver two years ago than anyone else.
Posted: Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Anquan Boldin, Baltimore Ravens, Chad Henne, Eli Manning, Joe Flacco, Joe Philbin, Laurent Robinson, Lee Evans, Mario Manningham, Matt Flynn, Matt Moore, Miami Dolphins, Mohamed Sanu, New York Giants, Ramses Barden, Ray Rice, Torrey Smith, Victor Cruz, Vincent Jackson, Wes Welker
With Mario Manningham expected to hit free agency, the Giants could consider a number of options for what has become a rather productive No. 3 receiver position.
In building their 9-0 lead over the New England Patriots in the first quarter, the New York Giants benefited from two key plays. The first came from their defense and the second was a mistake from the Patriots.
The Giants’ defense drew first blood, but it was their offense that deepened the wound late in the first quarter of Super Bowl XLVI.
As the Giants and Patriots go through their on-field warm-ups for Super Bowl XLVI at Lucas Oil Stadium, here are my pregame observations.
With the season coming to a close, the crew at “Playbook” has taken to the film to find players who made marked improvements on the field. Today, we look at wide receivers.