The Play That Put Smith Past PaytonEmmitt Smith recalls the day -- and the play -- when he passed Walter Payton to become the NFL's all-time rushing leader. It came as the Dallas Cowboys faced the Seattle Seahawks in October 2002.
Moment 9: Separated Shoulder Can't Stop SmithWith the NFC East division title and his NFL rushing title on the line, Emmitt Smith separated his shoulder as the Dallas Cowboys faced the New York Giants. But the injury did not stop Smith.
Moment 30: Primetime PerformanceDuring a Monday Night Football showdown against the New York Giants in 1998, Deion Sanders put on an show worthy of an Emmy Award, leading the Dallas Cowboys to a primetime victory.
Tom Coughlin Stepping Down As Coach Of NY GiantsTom Coughlin, who returned the Giants to NFL prominence by winning two Super Bowls, resigned Monday after missing the playoffs for the fourth consecutive year.
NFL Upholds Beckham's One-Game SuspensionOdell Beckham Jr. is going to have to serve his one-game suspension.
Beckham Suspended One Game For Antics Against PanthersThe NFL has suspended New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. for one game for his conduct in Sunday's loss to Carolina in which he drew three personal foul penalties.
Beckham Gone Wild, Coughlin Gone MissingTom Coughlin's poor handling of Odell Beckham's behavior shouldn't tarnish his legacy. But it should cost him his job.
Giants Pose A Big, Blue Speed Bump To Panthers' Perfect SeasonDon't sleep on this game, or the Giants, who have slain a few giants just when you've counted them out.
Beckham Scores 2 TDs To Help Giants Beat Dolphins 31-24The Giants (6-7) broke a three-game losing streak and are tied with the Redskins and Eagles for the lead in their woeful division.
Big Blue's Black EyeThe Giants went nose to nose with the Patriots, the NFL's best team. They could've and should've won, but they didn't.
The Giants Can Beat The PatriotsThe Giants are a sort of kryptonite for the favored Patriots. So a Giants win shouldn't come as a surprise.
Who Will Rule The NFC East?The defending East champion Cowboys haven't recovered since Philadelphia's Jordan Hicks knocked Tony Romo out with a broken collarbone on Sept. 20.