Keidel: In Praise Of Eli Manning, The Greatest QB In Giants HistoryEli Manning is the face of solidity, security, and consistency. Yet fans are still trying to understand the understated QB.
Chris Landry on The Drive - 12/22/16Chris Landry talks everything that is anything relevant in pro and college football on The Drive.
The Best of 2016; The Drive - 12/22/16It's the last time the members of The Drive are together in 2016! Join the fun now!
Thursday Night Breakdown: Giants Play For Seed; Eagles For PrideThe Giants can still win the NFC East title, but they'll have to get past an Eagles team looking to play the spoiler.
Keidel: Calm Down, Cowboys FansThe Cowboys, who lost again to the rival Giants, are the still the best team in the NFC with Dak Prescott at QB.
Cowboy Kryptonite; The Drive - 12/12/16
Keidel: Can The Eagles, Giants Catch The Cowboys?When the NFC East-leading Cowboys stumble, will the Eagles or Giants be waiting? We'll know more after Sunday.
Keidel: Beckham Goes From Competitive To DestructiveOdell Beckham's flareups and meltdowns could suggest much more than a pampered athlete prone to temper tantrums.
WWE-NFL Connection: Big E’s Friend Plays For Giants, Is HilariousAdam Gettis, guard for the New York Giants, used to talk wrestling with Big E, Ettore Ewen, when they were teammates at Iowa.
Keidel: Beckham, Norman And The Game Within The GameThe Redskins-Giants matchup is as important as a September division game can be. And the Beckham-Norman battle may decide it.
Ready To Play: Giants' Jay Bromley Talks New Teammates, How He Gets Ready For SundaysThe Giants' defensive lineman discusses recovering from injury and getting himself Ready To Play on Sundays throughout the NFL season.
The NFL Preview Part 1; Grant Napear Show 8-2
Keidel: Watching Football Is So Much Better NowEvery generation thinks their football players and teams were the greatest. But no one would trade today's football TV-watching experience.
Should An NFL Team Hire Tom Coughlin As Head Coach?Tom Coughlin won two Super Bowls as New York Giants head coach. Even at 70+ years old, he could easily coach another NFL team to a title.
Hall Of Fame Giant Monte Irvin Dies At 96Hall of Famer Monte Irvin, a power-hitting outfielder who starred for the New York Giants in the 1950s in a career abbreviated by major league baseball's exclusion of black players, has died. He was 96.