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New York Giants News, Links and Notes for 11/30

Good morning New York Football Giants fans. Here’s what you need to know about your team today….

What’s on tap for Friday

11:05 a.m.-12:45 p.m. – Practice. Interviews: Head coach Pat Shurmur, Offensive Line Coach Hal Hunter, Defensive Line Coach Gary Emanuel and selected players.

Thursday’s Injury Report

DID NOT PRACTICE: TE Evan Engram (hamstring) LIMITED: LB Lorenzo Carter (Hip, LB Tae Davis (Ankle), LB B.J. Goodson (Neck) CB Grant Haley (Hamstring) S Curtis Riley (Shoulder) DL Kerry Wynn (Concussion)

Tweets From The Giant Insider

Links

  • Bears set to start Chase Daniel at QB vs Giants (GiantsWire)
  • Do the Giants have a prayer against the Bears’ defense? (SB Nation)
  • Revisiting the Eli Manning benching a year later (NY Post) 
  • Giants 2019 draft pick tracker (247Sports)

Quotebook

“I don’t feel like it’s quite there. Each year I come in, 1,000 yards is a minimum. I don’t look at it like, oh, I need to get 1,000 yards. My season starts after 1,000 yards. Trying to see how many yards I can get after 1,000. Ten touchdowns minimum. That’s just the goal. For me, this year I came in with a mindset of being efficient. When I was in college and making plays. It’s third and 11 – being able to hit this first down, keep this drive alive. Just being effective and efficient. Like I said, it’s not like a down year. My numbers are still my numbers. I guess that’s where my mindset is different than everybody else. I expect way higher of myself. I’m trying to reach 2,000 yards. I’m trying to go for 20 touchdowns, 100 receptions is tatted on me. Those are goals that hopefully in my career, in my future along with championships, winning, because numbers really don’t mean anything without winning.” – WR Odell Beckham, Jr. on how his season has been going.

“We just have to remember our gap assignments, fundamentally be sound technique-wise, and running to the ball as fast as possible. Every guy should be in their mind and say, ‘I want to make a play, I want to be the guy to make this stop and get us off the field,’ and stuff like that. There has to be a mentality. Even though it’s a team sport, you want to be that guy.” – safety Landon Collins on what the Giants need to button up the defense.

“Yeah, he’s different, he’s definitely different. I’ve had guys kick in the league for 25 years and I’ve had rookies. He’s different and I like the way he thinks. I like his mindset and put the ball down, I don’t care what hash it’s on, I’ll just kick it.” – special teams coach Thomas McGaughey on PK Aldrick Rosas.

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