Opposing Views: Links From the Giants 8/29

Ian Logue
August 29, 2013 at 08:54am ET

Patriots’ Malcolm Mitchell happy with rehab progress
Free agent WR Eric Decker says he would be 'good fit' with Patriots
Man charged with robbing Gronkowski's home arraigned
Buckley: What will Tom Brady do when he retires from football?
Tom Brady teases with Instagram comment

For those who are interested in what's going on with the Giants, here are some articles from the New York media on tonight's game:

New Jersey Star Ledger:

What to look for as the Giants end the preseason against the Patriots - Dave Hutchinson - Hutchinson has his things to watch for tonight, one of which includes how the Giants secondary performs after losing big-play safety Stevie Brown to a season-ending ACL injury last week.

New York Post:

Tonight's game final shot to impress for roster spot - Paul Schwartz - Schwartz has a list of players battling for a spot on the roster, including running back Ryan Torain who is trying to keep the Giants from searching the waiver wire for another back.

No offense, but Giants have reasons to worry - Mark Cannizzaro - Cannizzaro writes that the way the Giants offense has sputtered this preseason tonight's game is Tom Coughlin's last chance to iron out the issues.

New York Daily News:

NY Giants fourth and final preseason game must see improvement to offense - Ebenezer Samuel - Samuel writes that the first string offense needs to get into the endzone, something they've only done struggled to do after scoring just 2 touchdowns this preseason.

Senseless to risk NY Giants starters in preseason finale against Patriots - Ralph Vacchiano - Vacchiano has a column on tonight's game and feels there's nothing to be gained by putting Eli Manning, Hakeem Nicks, and Justin Tuck or any other key player for that matter in harm's way tonight.


If Nassib is solid, will Giants gamble? - Art Stapleton - Stapleton looks at the battle at the quarterback position, and wonders how Ryan Nassib may fare tonight should he get the opportunity to play with the second-team offense.