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718area has new update 6 hours ago Giants news, 10/4: Giants 11-point underdog, Daboll, PFF grades, more headlines
New York Giants news for Wednesday Good morning, New York Giants fans! Brian Daboll denies tablet flip was meant to show up Giants’ QB Daniel Jones New York Giants coach Brian Daboll on Tuesday rejected the idea that he was showing up quarterback Daniel Jones by flipping a tablet away in apparent disgust over discussing a 97-yard pick-six thrown by Jones Monday night in a 24-3 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. “I’m not doing that,” Daboll said. “I’m just coaching. So, I’m coaching Daniel when he comes off the field. Again, the tablet thing, I’d have to go back and see it. But again, I remember exactly what it is. We were talking about a particular play, and I just tossed it off to the side.” More from Big Blue View Giants-Dolphins opening odds: The spread keeps getting worse Giants-Seahawks ‘things I think’: Giants’ season on the brink of disaster Roster news: Giants sign OL Justin Pugh to practice squad Giants-Seahawks ‘Kudos & Wet Willies’ review: Embarrassing, from the top down What can we learn from the Giants’ PFF grades and snap counts against Seattle? 49ers defender mocks Daniel Jones following Seattle blowout 6 things we learned from the Giants’ 24-3 loss to Seattle Giants-Seahawks: 5 plays that led to the loss Dexter Lawrence is willing to ‘hurt some feelings’ to turn the Giants around Other Giant observations Daniel Jones took 10 sacks on Monday night, most in an NFL game in five years | Pro Football Talk The last time a quarterback got sacked 10 times in a game was in 2018, when Matthew Stafford was taken down 10 times. The NFL record is 12 sacks in a game, a record shared by Donovan McNabb, Warren Moon and Bert Jones. Sacks have been a major problem for Jones this season. He’s been sacked on 14.4 percent of his dropbacks, by far the worst rate of his career. With 22 sacks through four games, he’s on pace to get sacked a whopping 94 times in a 17-game season, which would be an NFL record — if Jones could last 17 games while getting sacked that often. Daboll: I am not satisfied with anything right now Brian Daboll asked about his satisfaction level with the O-Line Coach & how Daniel Jones can handle pressure— Talkin’ Giants (@TalkinGiants) October 3, 2023 After Monday’s loss in must-win game vs. Seahawks, Giants look even further away than ever before | This team isn’t a mess — it’s broken. If they can’t find a way to pull out at least one of their next two against Miami or Buffalo, this season will feel over well before Thanksgiving. Just three teams in NFL history have ever made the playoffs after starting 1-5. Nothing the Giants have done the first month of the season indicates they’d be the fourth. “It can definitely go sideways,” safety Xavier McKinney said of the Giants’ start. “I’ve been a part of a team where it has gone sideways. I do understand this league is tough and you have to be able to respond quickly or it can go south....At the end of the day, we have to play better.” Giants have gone from playoff hopefuls to among league's worst | New York Post And then, the Giants came out and committed six penalties on special teams — is that some sort of record? — and muffed a punt, which is a sign of unraveling, rather than any trace of buttoning up. So scratch the notion that this coaching staff would excel, given all the extra time, to right the wrongs and cure the ills. NY Giants takeaways: Big Blue searching for answers after latest loss | The Record "I don't ever take the field expecting to put a performance like that on display, on any team that I've ever been on," Giants tight end Darren Waller said. "I approach the field with the mindset of going out there and trying to dominate. Offensive is just not good enough in all facets, and I don't even have anything to say, it's just not good enough. I don't know, man. I really don't. I see the talent. I see the guys that we got. I see the type of vision we were able to have coming from the spring and the excitement we had on offense, and I just don't know. I don't have a lot of words right now, I'm sorry." Giants are a sloppy, dysfunctional mess, and it can still get worse from here | The Athletic The Giants have now been out-scored 64-3 in their two home games this season. They’ve committed six turnovers and allowed 18 sacks in those two games. For the season, the Giants have been out-scored 122-46. Their -76 point differential is the worst in the league by 14 points. The Giants have clung to the fact that the core of the team that won a playoff game last season is still intact. But the reality is this group has been trending in the wrong direction since their magical 7-2 start to last season. The Giants are 4-9-1 in their past 14 games. They’ve been out-scored 382-259 during that stretch. Giants never practiced Tush Push live, Brian Daboll admits | New York Daily News The Giants never practiced the Tush Push play live. Brian Daboll admitted on Tuesday that the Giants only have walked through the short yardage play that the Philadelphia Eagles and Jalen Hurts have made famous. The Giants changed the personnel from their previous successful Tush Pushes, and they never practiced the play live. Grading all 31 first-round picks after Week 4 of the 2023 NFL season | PFF Pick No. 24: New York Giants: CB Deonte Banks Week 4 Grade: 61.0 The Giants tasked Banks with shadowing D.K. Metcalf, and he held up relatively well, all things considered. Metcalf managed 34 receiving yards and a touchdown against the rookie, who seemed to have good coverage on the score but was fooled by Metcalf’s late hands. Banks added two stops in run defense. New York Giants Have Little Hope of Turning Their Season Around | The 33rd Team Jay Gruden says the New York Giants don't have reasons to be hopeful outside of a Saquon Barkley return. He is sad for Daniel Jones and says the team is truly hard to watch right now. Stephen A. Smith on Giants: ‘Why the hell are they on national television?’ | “I’m not blaming the New York Giants,” he said. “I’m blaming the National Football League. Why the hell are they on national television? ... We need to talk to the league office’s schedule makers. Why are they on national television? They’re bad.” This week’s opponent Mike McDaniel talks offensive line after Terron Armstead injury | The Phinsider The Dolphins offensive line has played solid football this year, but they struggled against a relentless pass rush from the Bills - a pass rush that often was coming with just four players, freeing up the rest of the defense to cover Miami’s receivers. The defensive linemen were disciplined, and they were determined to either get to quarterback Tua Tagovailoa or to muddy his passing lanes. Tagovailoa has multiple passes batted down at the line of scrimmage, tipped off target, or thrown inaccurately as he tried to avoid linemen. 3 things we learned from the Miami Dolphins’ Week 4 loss to the Buffalo Bills | PFF Achane is RB1: De'Von Achane was the Dolphins’ highest-graded player in the game at 80.6 overall. He made the most of his eight carries, racking up 101 yards, 72 yards after contact, two touchdowns and five forced missed tackles en route to a 90.0 PFF rushing grade. Inside the Numbers: De’Von Achane Continues Hot Start in Week 4 | Linebacker Andrew Van Ginkel totaled five tackles (four solo), 2.0 sacks and three tackles for loss on Sunday. He became the first Dolphins player to record 2+ sacks in a game since linebacker Melvin Ingram did so on Sept. 25, 2022, against Buffalo. Van Ginkel currently leads the team with 3.0 sacks this year. NFL Week 4 grades: Bills earn an 'A' for destroying Dolphins | Miami Dolphins: C. Miami started the day off hot, scoring touchdowns on its first two possessions. The only problem was the Dolphins were also letting the Bills score at will as well. Midway through the second quarter, the Dolphins started to feel the screws tightening from the Bills defense and started to stall out. Miami's secondary had no answer for Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs, who connected for three touchdowns on the day. Around the league Jerry Jones: Road to Super Bowl runs through San Francisco | Pro Football Talk Cowboys’ Micah Parsons calls Eagles ‘tush push’ a ‘cheat code’ | Jalen Hurts says a win like the Eagles had on Sunday does so much for the spirit of a team | Bleeding Green Nation Josh Allen is hitting the layups, and it make the Bills offense super scary | Chargers’ Justin Herbert has fractured finger on left hand | Patriots OLB Matthew Judon (biceps) scheduled for surgery, expected to miss at least two months | Lions designate Julian Okwara for return from IR | Pro Football Talk Steelers QB Kenny Pickett suffered bone bruise in knee, could have short-term absence | Denzel Mims to join Steelers practice squad | Pro Football Talk Raiders owner Mark Davis caught on video yelling at fans who were calling for Josh McDaniels to be fired | Bills CB Tre’Davious White out for season with torn Achilles | The Athletic Make the Call: Holding Call on Sauce Gardner Was Correct | The 33rd Team NFL’s Taylor Swift attention bothers Sauce Gardner, Jets fans amid SNF call controversy | The Athletic BBV mailbag Have a Giants-related question? 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718area has new update 6 hours ago New York Jets Flight Connections 10/04/23
Photo by Kevin Sabitus/Getty Images Bringing your daily links to the NFL’s New York Jets Good morning, Gang Green Nation. I hope you’re all having a great start to the day. This week, the New York Jets take on the Denver Broncos. If you remember, Broncos head coach Sean Payton made waves when addressing Denver’s former coaching staff and the ineptitude that presented itself last year. The only issue is that the Broncos former head coach, Nathaniel Hackett, is now the offensive coordinator on the Jets. As we all know, those comments didn’t sit well with anyone on the team. After the Jets’ performance against Kansas City on Sunday, the team needs to ride that momentum - into an actual win - and perform well against a Broncos team that’s been horrendous this season. This will be the real test for Zach Wilson and the Jets. With that, here are your links to the team to start your morning. - The Official Jets Podcast: Bart Scott on How the Jets Can Build On the Chiefs Game (10/3) Andy Vasquez - How much time did Jets’ feel-good loss to Chiefs buy Zach Wilson? Brian Costello - Zach Wilson has to prove Chiefs performance wasn’t a fluke Rivka Boord - NY Jets: Robert Saleh explains source of Zach Wilson belief - Do you feel any differently about New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson after Week 4? | 'GMFB' David Wyatt-Hupton - The 5 Throws of Zach Wilson Alex Smith - Jets' Aaron Rodgers 'proud' of Zach Wilson's performance against Chiefs Michael Nania - NY Jets offense made long overdue switch and reaped the rewards Randy Lange - Inside the Numbers - New York Jets Receiver Garrett Wilson Reaches 100 Catches Rivka Boord - These forgotten NY Jets plays cost the most in loss to Chiefs Michael Nania - NY Jets took a risk to unleash their best pass rusher: And it worked Brandyn Pokrass - NY Jets: Sauce Gardner sounds off on controversial holding call Manuel Gomez - Jets legend Joe Namath says relationship with team is nonexistent: ‘We don’t talk’ Joseph Zucker - Aaron Rodgers Compared to Batman in 'Hollywood-esque' Return by Jets' Allen Lazard Jaclyn Hendricks - Aaron Rodgers: Jets leak was most 'disappointing part of weekend' Justin Fried - NY Jets QB Aaron Rodgers says he's ahead of schedule in injury rehab Ethan Greenberg - Jets Sign 3 Players, All Cornerbacks, to Practice Squad Here are your missed connections from yesterday. I hope you all have a safe and wonderful rest of the day.
718area has new update 7 hours ago Today on Pinstripe Alley - 10/4/23
Photo by Megan Briggs/Getty Images A Wild Card Wednesday. Day 1 of the MLB playoffs is in the books! Four games gave us loads of action, with highlights including a scintillating start from Jordan Montgomery, Zack Wheeler putting the Phillies on the precipce of an NLDS return engagement, and the Twins finally, finally, wining their first playoff game in 19 years. We’ll have you covered on everything that happened yesterday, and we’ll also be following along with all the action today. As the games kick off, feel free to use this space as an open thread again to discuss it all. Wild Card Series Schedule: Game 2: Tampa Bay Rays vs. Texas RangersTime: 3:08 p.m. EDTTV: ABCVenue: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, FL Game 2: Minnesota Twins vs. Toronto Blue JaysTime: 4:38 p.m. EDTTV: ESPNVenue: Target Field, Minneapolis, MN Game 2: Milwaukee Brewers vs. Arizona DiamondbacksTime: 7:08 p.m. EDTTV: ESPN2Venue: American Family Field, Milwaukee, WI Game 2: Philadelphia Phillies vs. Miami MarlinsTime: 8:08 p.m. EDTTV: ESPNVenue: Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia, PA Questions/Prompts: 1. How much will Jordan Montgomery make this offseason? 2. Which team that’s down 0-1 is most likely to come back and win the series?
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