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The Big Apple will be hosting the clash between the NY Giants and the Houston Texans at the MetLife Stadium on Sunday September 21st.
The Giants 2014 NFL preseason could not be better as the team won six consecutive times over football powerhouses like the Bills, the Steelers, the Jets and the Patriots, but as soon as the NFL regular season kicked off New York has suffered two unexpected losses to the Lions and the Cardinals.
New York´s Coach Tom Coughlin, offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo and defensive coordinator Perry Fewell spoke about their 0-2 team so far record and provided some insight information on what must improve for them to get into the win column for the first time this season.
Here is a quick video on the latest NY Giants´action over the Cardinals: http://www.giants.com/news-and-blogs/article-1/Watch-New-York-Giants-vs-Arizona-Cardinals-highlights-/324704a7-de72-4921-8f51-6348867f35fe
One of their mention was on quarterback Eli Manning and the fine tuning they are doing to get him back on track. A move that should help in their West Coast offense based on timing and precision. “Short or long completions early always help,” McAdoo said. “After you get the first couple completions, you usually start feeling good about things and get into a rhythm early.”
Even though, Rookie running back Andre Williams ran well in the preseason. He averaged 5.1 yards per carry, unfortunately this has not translated to success in the first two games of the season. But, there is no doubt the Giants are impressed with Williams in the pass game he has done better than most expected on passing downs. “Today was probably our best Thursday practice of the year,” McAdoo said. “We completed the ball well. We didn’t have pads on, but we had a good day running [the offense].”
Check out the following video on this Sunday’s clash: http://espn.go.com/blog/new-york-giants/post/_/id/38816/texans-vs-giants-preview
On the other hand, the Texans have won their first two NFL regular season games over the Redskins and the Raiders and the new era (first season) of coach Bill O’Brien has been very successful. O’Brien´s first tactic has been to get a team together and not rely on one single player.
For this reason, we can say there are many Texans players who keep their team focus on the field to win not just for one single game, for example: DE-J.J. Watt, MLB-Brian Cushing, and CB-Johnathan Joseph, QB-Ryan Fitzpatrick, WR-Andre Johnson, C-Chris Myers, and OT-Duane Brown. Some of the most recent betting odds on the game favorite Houston: Houston Texans -1 41.5o NY Giants +1 41.5u
Furthermore, the Green Bay Packers will be facing the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. Their NFL rivalry dates back to 1930 when both teams first met. The following is a quick summary of the teams overall results:
|Packers wins||Ties||Lions wins||Packers points||Lions points|
source: Wiki NFL
The betting outrights favorite the hosts with the odds at: Green Bay Packers +2.5 52o Detroit Lions -2.5 52u
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