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Seattle Seahawks @ New York Giants: Giants Gameday

December 15th, 2013 at 11:00 AM
By Dan Benton
Week 15
Dec. 15th, 2013
Seattle SeahawksNew York Giants
Game Details
Time: 1:00 PM EDT
Stadium: MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, NJ)
Broadcast: FOX
Game Conditions
Weather: Sunny
Temperature: 35°F – 38°F
Wind: WNW 13-14 MPH
Key Injuries
O – K.J. Wright
O – Percy Harvin
O – Brandon Browner
P – Marshawn Lynch
P – Zach Miller
P – Richard Sherman
O – Corey Webster
O – Jason Pierre-Paul
O – Cooper Taylor
P – Cullen Jenkins
P – Terrell Thomas
O-Out D-Doubtful Q-Questionable P-Probable

Player/Coach Quotes:

Antrel Rolle:

“It’s about football right now,” Rolle said. “It’s not about playoffs, it’s not about Super Bowl, it's about going out there and closing the season out with a whole lot of pride and going out and playing the way we know we’re capable of playing.”

Tom Coughlin:

"Nothing’s going to change for me just because we’re in the situation we’re in," Coughlin said. “Every game requires every ounce of energy and preparation and practice time and thought, and the mentality has to be that you’re building a confidence level that is going to be there for you to have an opportunity to win, have a chance to win."

Johnathan Hankins:

"Lately, I’ve been getting a lot more reps. It’s been going well. I’m enjoying the process and getting prepared for what is to come. Of course, I wish we had won a few more games."

Inactives:

New York Giants – Ryan Nassib, Corey Webster, Adrien Robinson, Cooper Taylor, Jason Pierre-Paul, Allen Bradford and Stephen Goodin.

Seattle Seahawks – K.J. Wright, Percy Harvin, Brandon Browner, Christine Michael, Benson Mayowa, Caylin Hauptmann and Michael Bowie.

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236 Responses to “Seattle Seahawks @ New York Giants: Giants Gameday”

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  1.  Dirt says:

    O/U on attendance: 17,500

    I actually think the Giants will play them well. They might even win. Close game either way.

  2.  turkish says:

    There aren’t enough Videos running on this site at the same time….HAHAHA.

  3.  BleedingBlueSince04 says:

    BleedingBlueSince04 says:
    December 15, 2013 at 12:06 AM
    I hope we end up 5-11 and the 3-4 win teams win last few games . Jr with a top 10 pick should be set up for a monster draft . We have wiggle room to get free agents this year and even more so if we cut Webster, rolle, baas, Myers, kiwi and snee ( would have 30M+ in cap space) We could resign beason, tuck, Terrell Thomas , will hill , Steve brown , Andre brown , paysinger , rolle, boothe(center) , nicks (with the right price or f tag him and trade) , linval Joseph, hillis.

    We could get grimes in FA to play opposite prince.
    One very good guard in FA and draft.
    One LB hopefully that Burrow kid from LSU.
    One beast TE in draft .
    And finally one good DE like michael Bennett

    Our first two picks should be starters on day one based on a top ten pick barring injuries or lack of rookie trust by TC.

    Could also find some gems in later rounds.
    Bottomline. We have to get more athletic and younger on the offensive line and Te position . Defense needs consistent pass rush with rolle, hill, brown 3 safety look.

    Reply

  4.  GIANTT says:

    Im not working today , for the first time in a long time . I intend to watch the game LIVE which is unusual for me .I said a couple of days ago that I thought that the Giants might possibly come out and play well (or lay down too ) and it was impossible to figure which .
    I am going to take heart at the Demo sighting a while back and as the Optimist that I am who gets annoyed with the preponderance of ankle grabbing recently , I am going to predict a Giants win simply because its just the kind of thing the Giants might do to confound all the critics and experts .

  5. Anthony Raiaaxr29 says:

    Re: The debate going on in previous threads.

    I hope the Giants lose the next three games. Finishing 5-11 does better for this team then finishing strong and drafting 16th. It’s the facts, we are eliminated from the postseason.

    The team finishing 8-8 means their will probably be no changes, which will put this team back in the same spot next year.

    •  BleedingBlueSince04 says:

      I been saying this. And wtf with Adrien Robinson ???
      Inactive again !!!
      Wasted a roster spot for no reason whatsoever.
      Sometimes TC pisses me off .

  6.  Krow says:

    Win or lose … I hope we play tough, hard football.

  7.  GIANTT says:

    Just win , baby!

  8.  Ditch Digger says:

    Sheesh, really invigorating speech from Michael Robinson there. Maybe they do have a chance today.

  9.  GmenMania says:

    Great tackle by Rolle there

  10.  TroyThorne says:

    Our patented no gain running play after a first down incompletion. Classic.

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