You have reached the right place if you are looking for the NY Giants schedule 2011. This season will mark the 87th season of the team, and it will feature nine home games, and the team will return to the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, for the 2011 season. The schedule will be released on November 3, so you can begin planning your 2011 vacation today! This year’s schedule has some great games to look forward to, so be sure to check out the Giants home games, and enjoy your favorite sports team.
The Giants will kick off their season on September 2 against the Green Bay Packers, and will also travel to London for the Packers’ Week 5 game. Week eight will see a national match against the Seattle Seahawks. The season will end with a Thanksgiving Day match against the Dallas Cowboys. The Giants will play a total of 13 games, making their schedule difficult to digest. A few of these games will be sold out.
The Giants will play nine home games this year, including a primetime game against the Cowboys. They’ll also play nine games at the Meadowlands. Former Giants coach Ben McAdoo will serve as the offensive coordinator. The Giants will also play three games in a row, including a Thanksgiving Sunday home game against the Cowboys. In addition to their home schedule, the Giants’ schedule features a tough road trip to the Cowboys.
The New York Giants lost a tough game against the Seattle Seahawks last week. The Giants fell behind by two scores by halftime. Drew Brees and Victor Cruz combined for a whopping 406 yards and three touchdowns. To make the game more interesting, Ingram added a touchdown on the ground for Giants. This game is worth watching. They are worth rooting for.
The 2011 New York Giants finished with a record of 9-7. This was a departure from their previous great years. Their offense featured a strong running attack and a physical defense. RB Jason Pierre Paul had a great Pro Bowl year. However, their defense ranked in the bottom 10 for points, yards, and penalties. Besides that, their rushing offense ranked last in the NFL with just 89 rushing yards per game. Eli Manning, on the other hand, threw a record-breaking 4,933 yards and 29 touchdowns.
In Week 7, the Giants had to face the Eagles in Philadelphia for the first time since 2008. After losing four of their five previous games against the Eagles the Giants won the game in Philadelphia. However, DeSean Jackson’s late touchdown gave them victory. In the season opener, the Giants had a chance to sweep the season and the NFC East division. They won that game by a score of 14-7. Ahmad Bradshaw ran for 86 yards and Eli Manning completed three touchdown passes to Victor Cruz and Steve Smith.
The 2011 New York Giants are only team with a regular-season record of nine-seven wins. In fact, the only other team with a nine-seven-win record is the 1979 Los Angeles Rams, who lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XIV. The Giants won their first playoff match in their home stadium since 2000’s NFC Championship.