New York Giants
The Giants didn't wait for the trade deadline to make their first in-season deal of the year. Eleven days before the Nov. 3 deadline, the team announced today it has traded outside linebacker Markus Golden to the Arizona Cardinals for a sixth-round selection in the 2021 NFL Draft.
The gear is hard to miss. Each October, NFL players, coaches and referees add pieces of flair to their gameday attire to highlight the fight against cancer through the "Crucial Catch" campaign.
On the day after a defeat that was extraordinary, disheartening and shocking, the Giants today went about their business as they always do hours after a game. With one notable exception. The players began a three-day break, so they will wait until Monday to review last night's 22-21 loss in Philadelphia with the coaches.
In a new episode of the Joe Judge Report, the head coach uses the telestrator to break down film from the Giants' Week 7 loss in Philadelphia.
As part of the 30th anniversary of the 1990 season, Hall of Fame coach Bill Parcells looks back at the most memorable moments of the championship run.
Here are 10 quick takeaways from the Cowboys' Week 7 loss in Washington from former NFL player and current NFL Network analyst Bucky Brooks
Mike McCarthy doesn't know how many ways he can say it. The Cowboys aren't doing the things necessary to win football games, right down to the fundamentals. Almost halfway through the season, there hasn't been any considerable sign of progress.
Andy Dalton will fly home with the Cowboys after suffering a concussion on a dangerous helmet-to-helmet hit in the third quarter against Washington, the Cowboys announced after Sunday's 25-3 loss at FedExField.
It's a question that was bound to be asked in the face of another disappointing performance. After watching his defense surrender 397 yards and 25 points to the worst offense in the NFL, Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy was asked if he had considered making changes to his coaching staff – specifically, replacing defensive coordinator Mike Nolan.
It was a small moment in a flabbergasting game, but it was clearly something that stood out to Mike McCarthy. Of all the wreckage he had to pick through in his team's 25-3 loss to Washington, the Cowboys' first-year head coach made sure to mention the tackle that ended Andy Dalton's afternoon.
View photos from the Week 7 matchup between the Giants and Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field.
For whatever reason, Carson Wentz thrives in chaos. He's the kind of quarterback who can escape a collapsing pocket and find some space and set up and make impossible throws into the tiniest of windows. He is the fearless quarterback who stares down two-score deficits with aggressiveness and confidence.
Duke Riley believes he could write a book with all he has experienced in his life, but he doesn't need hundreds of pages to tell his story. He wears it on his back every single day. From his neck to his tailbone lies a tattoo that tells Duke's story in great detail.
It wasn't always pretty – and no one will remember that part of it in December – but the Eagles came away with a huge win over the rival New York Giants on Thursday Night Football. For now, the Eagles are in first place in the division as they prepare for a pivotal matchup against the Dallas Cowboys next Sunday night.
Head Coach Doug Pederson provided some injury updates on Friday following the Eagles' 22-21 win over the Giants on Thursday night: WR DeSean Jackson will miss "significant time" with a lower-body injury suffered while fielding a punt return in the fourth quarter.
For the next couple of days, Head Coach Doug Pederson and his staff will have the chance to parse through the first seven games of this uneven 2020 season – the good, the bad, and the injured. Let's do the same right here as the players enjoy a mini-bye weekend with the Eagles at 2-4-1 after Thursday night's 22-21 win over New York that, no matter how ugly it was, landed the Eagles in first place in the NFC East
Washington Football Team
Cole Holcomb stood at the 40-yard line waiting for Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton to take the snap. He and safety Kamren Curl were poised for a blitz, and with the Cowboys facing a 3rd-and-9, Washington needed to get off the field.
Logan Thomas, Antonio Gibson and Cole Holcomb were all crucial players in the Washington Football Team's 25-3 victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. Here's how they performed during the Week 7 matchup.
The Washington Football Team was at its own 48-yard line, and Trevon Diggs was arguing with Terry McLaurin at the end of a three-yard run. It's unclear exactly what Diggs said to the second-year wide receiver, but McLaurin made him pay for it seconds later.
The Washington Football Team dominated in every facet of its 25-3 shellacking of the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. Here are five takeaways from the team's second victory of the season.
The Washington Football Team has placed the following players on the Reserve/Injured List: OL Saahdiq Charles, WR Antonio Gandy-Golden.
View photos of the Giants' active roster as it currently stands.