Posted by ESPN.com's Matt Mosley
Paul Schwartz from the New York Post says the Giants could play the "what if?" game with all their injuries -- but it would be pointless.
Tom Rock of Newsday wonders if the Giants' once-vaunted pass rush can get to Kurt Warner. Special shoutout to defensive tackle Barry Cofield, who recently admitted to being a daily Beast enthusiast.
Apparently Giants beat writers are now fascinated by how quickly quarterbacks release the ball after taking the snap. Kurt Warner's at 2.2 seconds, according to Giants defensive end Justin Tuck.
Ralph Vacchiano of Daily News fame has a similar story on getting to Warner.
Tara Sullivan from The Record talks about the Giants' interception drills Wednesday.
Antonio Pierce left practice with a stiff back Wednesday, according to Vacchiano.
Levi Jones thinks a roster spot with the Redskins is a "golden opportunity." All together now: hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha.
Michael Wilbon has a really good column in The Washington Post pointing out that Sherman Lewis isn't the clown that he's being made out to be in some circles. But Wilbon's conclusion confused a little bit. It's like Lewis is being forced to do this job against his will. I get the fact that he was passed over for a head-coaching jobs years ago, but if he didn't want this job, he could've simply said no.
Rick Maese and Jason Reid teamed up to write the Steve Largent story for the Post.
Longtime Hashmarks and Beast supporter Ryan O'Halloran also has a take on the Largent comments.
If you're looking for hard-hitting analysis of the Skins situation, this writer really seems to be on point.
Jason Campbell explains where he got in trouble against the Chiefs.
Mike Wise of the Post sat down with John Kent Cooke. Fascinating interview.