Maybe you’re a Giants fan, or a fan of every team but the Patriots and the rest of the NFC East, and this makes you happy. Maybe you’re a Patriots fan or you hate the Giants. Either way, you probably have some feelings about this.
If you want to eat like Tom Brady eats and deprive yourself of wonderful things like coffee and gluten and strawberries and ice cream that is made from actual cream and sugar instead of avocados these fine recipes can be yours for this exorbitant price. You can also pay for his meal service to send you the ingredients for these garbage meals.
O’Brien was impressed with what he had seen out of his young wide receiver so far. He’s had a good camp, O’Brien told the Houston Chronicle. He’s a really good route runner; comes to work every day.
Fuller played in 14 games during his rookie season last year, starting 13 of those. He had 635 yards on 47 receptions, along with two touchdowns. He started off hot with a pair of 100-plus yard games, before slowing down as the season progressed with Brock Osweiler under center.
Fuller’s injury could mean more time for former quarterback-converted-to-wide-receiver Braxton Miller. However, the Texans will hope that Fuller’s injury doesn’t keep him out too long as they try to win a second consecutive AFC South crown.
Most of the core is back together, with some glaring holes addressed in the offseason, and this looks like one of the more talented rosters in the NFC. The Giants have a lot of promise, but they must cut down on the mental mishaps to contend in an NFC East that’s as fiercely competitive as ever. The Dallas Cowboys are still the team to beat, even if Collins disagrees. Meanwhile, Washington and the Philadelphia Eagles have enough talent to challenge the Giants in any given week. Any minor slip up could prove costly in this division.