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212area has new update 1 day ago Giants news, 9/18: Week 2 fallout, looking ahead, more
Photo by Abbie Parr/Getty Images New York Giants headlines for Saturday Good morning, New York Giants fans! New York Giants’ Daniel Jones - Kenny Golladay frustrated, but they’ll work through it - ESPN “He was frustrated with the situation,” Jones said afterward. “I don’t think it was to me or anyone in particular.” “I’ll say again: He wasn’t showing me up individually,” Jones said. “So, part of the game. Like I said, he’s emotional, wants to win. We all do. I respect that.” Saquon Barkley still working to ‘trust’ the knee - NY Post “I was able to go out there and play a full game. My body and my knee responded well. Kind of knocked that rust off and was able to find one type of run to get open a little bit,” Barkley said. “It was an explosive run, I guess. But got to continue to trust it, trust the knee, trust the system. Hopefully, I’m going to continue to get better.” Offensive coordinator Jason Garrett conservatively called for Barkley to run the ball twice ahead of the Giants’ go-ahead field goal with 2:00 remaining, but he gained only 3 yards. “I personally take that one on my shoulders right there,” Barkley said. “I know what type of player I am, and two runs to only get [3] yards. Got to find a way to get in the end zone there. … It’s important to get the running game going. As the leader and the running back, that’s on me. I’m gonna take that one, right there.” Five Plays That Doomed the New York Giants in Week 2 - SI Saints plan to return to New Orleans ahead of Week Four home game - Pro Football Talk What the TNF loss to Washington means for the Giants - Giants.com Immediate fantasy football takeaways from NFL Week 2 Thursday Night Football - PFF Arch Manning, No. 1 recruit in 2023, set to visit Alabama-Ole Miss game - Alabama In case you missed it Giants vs. Washington Winners and Losers: Giants earned this loss Giants’ injury news: OL Nick Gates has surgery to repair fractured leg Kadarius Toney posts cryptic IG message after loss Dexter Lawrence hints he didn’t think he was offside on game-losing play BBV podcast You can find and subscribe to Big Blue View radio from the show’s home page. You can find all the shows on our Big Blue View Radio Hub Page. You can also find the shows and subscribe on all your favorite podcast apps: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Pocket Casts | Spotify | Stitcher | RSS BBV social platforms BBV on Twitter | BBV on Facebook | BBV on Instagram | BBV Radio (available on all of your favorite podcast platforms) | BBV on YouTube BBV mailbag Have a Giants-related question? E-mail it to bigblueview@gmail.com and it might be featured in our weekly mailbag.
212area has new update 1 day ago Affordable Housing Lottery Launches for Apex Place Apartments in Forest Hills, Queens
The affordable housing lottery has launched for Apex Place Apartments at 62-11 108th Street and 108-75 62nd Drive, Buildings A and C of a three-building residential project in Forest Hills, Queens. Developed by Phipps Houses, the development includes one 17-story building and two 13-story buildings yielding 430 residences. Available on NYC Housing Connect are 267 units for residents at 50 to 140 percent of the area median income (AMI), ranging in eligible income from $27,498 to $207,200.
212area has new update 1 day ago New York Jets Flight Connections 9/18/21
Photo by Gregory Fisher/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Good morning, Gang Green Nation! Tomorrow the New York Jets take on the New England Patriots in the Jets’ 2021 home opener. MetLife Stadium will be rocking as the fans get back together live and in person. While some may write this game off as a mismatch, perhaps we should keep in mind the 2013 Jets, who stunned the Patriots and racked up 30 points against Belichick’s defense behind the play of rookie quarterback Geno Smith. That 2013 team went 8-8, but anyone who remembers that team knows it was a seriously talent deprived unit that wasn’t nearly as good as the record indicated. That game saw Geno Smith throwing to his three leading receivers: Jeremy Kerley, David Nelson and Jeff Cumberland. Raise your hand if you think that group is better than Zach Wilson throwing to Corey Davis, Elijah Moore and Jamison Crowder. Anybody? Anybody? You in the back there? No? Of course there is more to this than just the quarterback and three receivers. My point isn’t that the Jets will win on Sunday. It’s just, anything can and often does happen on Sundays. Rookie quarterbacks beat Belichick’s Patriots teams, especially at home. I’m not Joe Willie, I’m not guaranteeing anything. But I think Zach Wilson and the Jets have a better shot at sticking it to the hated Patriots than many are giving them credit for. And if the unexpected happens, the Patriots will have two division losses and sole possession of last place in the AFC East after week 1 for the first time in more than 20 years. If the Bills manage to beat the Dolphins as well, the Jets would have a share of first place. Wouldn’t that be grand? Here are your links to your New York Jets this glorious Saturday in September: Eric Allen - Jets-Patriots Game Preview | Big Game No Matter When It's Played Eric Allen, Ethan Greenberg and Randy Lange - What Do You Expect From Rookie QBs Zach Wilson and Mac Jones in Week 2? Ethan Greenberg and Jack Bell - Notebook | Jets HC Robert Saleh Focused on Eliminating Explosive Plays vs. Patriots Zach Braziller - Jets defense wants to put a stop to opponents’ ‘explosives’ Peter Botte - Zach Wilson impresses Jets with ability to take a hit Peter Botte - C.J. Mosley, Jets fans make their return to MetLife Stadium Zach Braziller - Denzel Mims could be odd man out as more Jets receivers set to return Ian O’Connor - Mike LaFleur must keep Zach Wilson from becoming a Jets mess DJ Bien-Aime II - 4 battles to watch in Jets-Patriots Week 2 matchup DJ Bien-Aime II - Jets must be ready for Patriots to stifle Corey Davis Max Goodman - New York Jets defense hurt by safety Lamarcus Joyner season ending injury Max Goodman - New York Jets Elijah Moore Due for Big Game Against New England Patriots Zach Braziller - Jamison Crowder returns to Jets lineup after COVID-19 Justin Fried - NY Jets will return Jamison Crowder, Keelan Cole in Week 2 Phil Sullivan - Crowder Activated; Jets Injury Report Angelo Guinhawa - New York’s COVID-19 update will make Zach Wilson happy Gary Phillips - New England Patriots vs. New York Jets final Week 2 injury report Phil Sullivan - Zach Wilson on the Patriots Steve Zavala - Zach Wilson opens up on expectations for Patriots matchup Brandyn Pokrass - Starting Slow: Jets Need to Quickly Fix Offensive Line's Struggles Steven Blush - NY Jets: 5 observations on the team's latest roster rebuild Justin Fried - NY Jets were right to sign Corey Davis over Kenny Golladay Tyler Capossela - NY Jets: Scouting the New England Patriots ahead of Week 2 Mike Mitchell - NY Jets: 3 keys to victory in Week 2 against the Patriots Mike Mitchell - NY Jets: Denzel Mims seems likely to be a healthy scratch Gary Phillips - Patriots vs. Jets, Week 1: Behind Enemy Lines with Patriots Wire Tyler Greenawalt - Patriots vs. Jets: Things to know about New England before Week 2 Tyler Greenawalt - Jets QB Zach Wilson looking forward to 1st bout with Patriots Tyler Calvaruso - Jets OT Mekhi Becton to undergo knee surgery Tyler Greenawalt - Things to know about new Jets LB B.J. Goodson Tyler Calvaruso - Jets DC Jeff Ulbrich praises Patriots QB Mac Jones ahead of Week 2 Tyler Greenawalt - Ex-Jets CB/KR Corey Ballentine claimed by Lions Steve Johnson - Jets vs Patriots; Betting Perspective Matt Wadleigh - Jets news: New York dealt massive blow with Mekhi Becton injury Here are your missed connections from yesterday. Here is the Thread About Nothing. Why not stop in and say hello? Enjoy the day everybody.

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