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718area has new update 8 hours ago New York Jets Flight Connections 11/28/21
Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports Good morning, Gang Green Nation! The Jets face the Houston Texans in Houston today. The Texans have been a lousy team this year, roughly on the same level as the Jets. However, the Texans do have one strength, and it may not bode well for Zach Wilson in his return from injury. The Texans defense ranks 4th in the NFL in interceptions and 12th in passer rating allowed. The surprisingly good Texans pass defense presents another challenge for Wilson, who has seen more than his fair share of good pass defenses in his short NFL career. Hopefully Wilson will be up to the challenge today. Here are your links to your New York Jets this glorious Sunday in November: Ethan Greenberg - Jets Place RB Michael Carter on IR; Elevate Four to Active Roster Brian Costello - Zach Wilson returns looking to keep Jets’ offense firing against Texans Brian Costello - Jets’ Quincy Williams looking to step out of brother’s shadow Mark Cannizzaro - Robert Saleh’s attempt to limit Jets penalties needs to work DJ Bien-Aime II - What to expect when Zach Wilson returns as Jets QB Sunday Brandyn Pokrass - The Elijah Moore Show is Just Getting Started Justin Fried - NY Jets injury report: Corey Davis doubtful for Week 12 Mike Mitchell - Are the expectations too high for NY Jets QB Zach Wilson? Tyler Calvaruso - Jets vs. Texans: Zach Wilson’s return among Week 12 storylines Tyler Greenawalt - Jets S Ashtyn Davis leaving plenty to be desired in expanded role Gary Phillips - Jets WR Corey Davis downgraded, Matt Cavanaugh won’t coach vs. Texans Daniel Essien - TOJ's In The Trenches: New York Jets Defensive Line Review, Week Eleven Mike Reiss - Inside the first season of 10 NFL rookie QBs Mason Smoller - New York Jets Need Team Effort to Back Zach Wilson Michael Obermuller - Jets Experts Outline Week 12 Expectations for Zach Wilson Paul A. Esden Jr. - Jets Rumors: Cowboys WR Michael Gallup Could ‘Be in the Mix’ Michael Obermuller - Jets’ Mock Favorite Aidan Hutchinson Goes Viral Paul A. Esden Jr. - Jets Have a Chance to Conquer Their Demons on Sunday vs. Texans Here are your missed connections from yesterday. Enjoy the day everybody.
718area has new update 8 hours ago Giants’ GM Dave Gettleman “unlikely to return” next season — report
Scott Galvin-USA TODAY Sports Fourth season as Giants GM will apparently be Gettleman’s last The New York Giants are likely to have a new general manager next season, as NFL insider Ian Rapoport is reporting that Dave Gettleman is “unlikely to return.” Rapoport said that Gettleman, 70, “may end up walking away himself and into retirement.” The Giants are 18-40 in Gettleman’s four seasons as general manager. At 3-7 currently, the Giants are headed for a fourth straight double-digit loss season with Gettleman in charge and fifth straight overall. As for who will follow Gettleman, this is how Rapoport’s sources expect that to unfold: In the building, there would be some strong candidates to replace him, notably VP of Football Operations and assistant GM Kevin Abrams. Outside the building, the organization will likely look at some candidates with a background in the New England scouting system more in-line with Judge’s thinking, along with others. If this does come to pass, it certainly can’t be considered a surprise. Yours truly has opined a number of times that the Giants need to case a wide net in any GM search.
718area has new update 9 hours ago Today on Pinstripe Alley - 11/28/21
Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports Enjoy a Sunday rundown. The slow march to winter keeps on moving, with not much to report on the Yankees front. Jerry Dipoto lived up to his trading habits by making a swap with the Padres, getting Adam Frazier for a pair of prospects. Even if the league ends up in a lockout, I half expect Dipoto to complete a handful of trades in the downtime. The Mariners were inches away from a playoff spot, so it’s not even like it would be unwarranted. Today on the site, we’ve got a pair of target posts — Estevão leads off with a trade spotlight on Daniel Bard, and Jesse goes to the free agent pool to discuss Marcus Semien. Matt delivers a report card on recent Yankee graduate Andrew Velazquez, Estevão returns to discuss a theoretical All-AL East team, and Joe provides the social media spotlight to close out the day. Fun Questions: 1. What was your favorite Andrew Velazquez moment from this year? 2. When will one of the free agent shortstops go off the board first?
718area has new update 9 hours ago Giants vs. Eagles 2021, Week 12: Game time, TV channel, online streaming, odds, announcers, more
Photo by Julio Aguilar/Getty Images Giants welcome divisional foe Eagles to town for NFC East clash The (3-7) New York Giants welcome the run-heavy (5-6) Philadelphia Eagles to a chilly MetLife Stadium Sunday afternoon in a crucial divisional matchup. The Giants have dropped two of their last three, including Monday night’s 30-10 loss at Tampa Bay. The Eagles have won three of their last four, including last week’s 40-29 victory over the New Orleans Saints. Wide receiver Sterling Shepard was ruled out, receiver Kadarius Toney and tight end Kyle Rudolph are both doubtful for Sunday’s game. Meanwhile, prized free agent signing Kenny Golladay, who has not performed up to what many expected of him, declined to answer questions about his role in the offense prior to Jason Garrett’s termination. He’ll be looking to get back on track on Sunday. The Giants will go up against the NFL’s second-best rushing attack. A main matchup to look at will be New York’s defensive line against Eagles’ multi-pronged rushing attack. The Eagles have 870 yards rushing in the last four games. They’ve rushed for 200-plus yards in consecutive games for the first time since 1978. This will also be Nick Sirianni’s first game against the Giants as a head coach. What you need to know What: Philadelphia Eagles at New York GiantsWhen: Sunday, Nov. 28, 2021Where: Met Life Stadium, East Rutherford, NJGame time: 1:00 p.m. ETTV: FOXAnnouncers: Adam Amin, Mark Schlereth, Shannon Spake (field reporterRadio: WFAN-660 AM (Bob Papa, Carl Banks, Howard Cross)Pre-game: Lance Medow, Paul Dottino, Jeff Feagles, John SchmeelkPost-game: Lance Medow, John Schmeelk, Paul Dottino, Jeff Feagles, Bob Papa, Carl BanksGiants post-game live (MSG Networks): Madelyn BurkeSIRIUS: 158 (Phi.), 83 (NYG) | XM: 382 (Phi.), 225 (NYG) | SXM App: 825 (Phi.), 823 (NYG)Giants Spanish Radio: Que Buena (92.7)Online streaming: Fubo | NFL Game Pass (Free trial)Odds: Eagles -4, according to DraftKings SportsbookWeather: 40f Mostly Cloudy.Referee: Ron Torbert Follow us on social media BBV on Twitter: Follow @BigBlueViewEd Valentine: Follow @Valentine_EdBBV on Facebook: Click here to like the Big Blue View Facebook pageBBV on YouTube: Subscribe to the Big Blue View YouTube channelBBV on Instagram: Click here to follow our Instagram pageBBV podcasts: Click here to subscribe to BBV Radio Giants 2021 regular season schedule Week 1 — (L) Broncos 27, Giants 13Week 2 — (L) Washington 30, Giants 29Week 3 — (L) Atlanta 17, Giants 14Week 4 — (W) Giants 27, Saints 21Week 5 — (L) Cowboys 44, Giants 20Week 6 — (L) Rams 38, Giants 11Week 7 — (W) Giants 25, Panthers 3Week 8 — (L) Chiefs 20, Giants 17Week 9 — (W) Giants 23, Raiders 16Week 10 — ByeWeek 11 (Mon., Nov. 22) — (L) Buccaneers 30, Giants 10Week 12 (Mon., Nov. 28) — vs. Philadelphia Eagles (1 p.m., FOX)Week 13 (Sun., Dec. 5) — at Miami Dolphins (1 p.m., FOX)Week 14 (Sun., Dec. 12) — at Los Angeles Chargers (4:05 p.m., FOX)Week 15 (Sun., Dec. 19) — vs. Dallas Cowboys (1 p.m., FOX)Week 16 (Sun., Dec. 26) — @ Eagles (1 p.m., FOX)Week 17 (Sun., Jan. 2) — @ Chicago Bears (1 p.m., FOX)Week 18 (Sun., Jan. 9) — vs. Washington Football Team (1 p.m., FOX)

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