Losing is a new experience for Giants coach Joe Judge
The first-year head coach doesn't have the hands-on experience with losing football that others who have been with the organization longer know all too well.
Why winless Giants are still in race for NFC East title
With Washington and Dallas atop the NFC East standings with 1-2 records and Philadelphia at 0-2-1, the Giants are - laugh if you must -- right in the race.
Glauber: Daniel Jones doesn't look like he has 'it'
Giants quarterback again struggles in loss to 49ers as he's outplayed by backup QB
Grading the Giants: Mostly failing marks with much work to do
For instance: The Giants ran zero plays in the red zone and never came close to the end zone.
Giants' ugliest game yet results in blowout loss to 49ers
Three turnovers, costly penalties and a continued inability to run the football sunk the Giants to 0-3
Giants Q&A: Who is to blame for mess of a football team?
That falls on general manager Dave Gettleman, under whose leadership the Giants are now 9-26.
Week 3: Giants vs. 49ers
See the scenes from the Giants' loss to the 49ers on Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
Giants-49ers Week 3 preview: Everything you need to know
Time, TV info, key matchups and more.
Giants expect to keep running without Barkley
The team will have to adjust after losing their talented rusher; they signed Devonta Freeman this week and will use him along with Dion Lewis and Wayne Gallman.
How the Giants used the pandemic to catch up on data and analytics
On a recent podcast, assistant GM Kevin Abrams explains how the team started catching up to others in blending analytics into coaching and personnel
Giants' Thomas enjoys challenge of facing top pass rushers
Going up against some of the best pass rushers in the league the first two weeks of his career has kept the 6-5, 315-pounder out of Georgia focused on doing his job.
Giants RB Gallman gets better at the waiting game
In the wake of Saquon Barkley's injury, the veteran still isn't sure how he'll fit in with the Giants' new-look offense.
Don't be sorry: History says Pederson right to go for tie
Philadelphia Eagles coach Doug Pederson is expressing regret over his decision to punt and play for the tie after a penalty pushed his team back in the closing seconds of overtime
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