Peyton Hillis

New York Giants #44 -

  • Born: 01/21/86
  • Age: 28
  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 250

Andre Brown Week 15 fantasy football recap

The running back had his worst game of the season by a lot Sunday. We break down the fantasy implications.

JPP, Jacobs, McBride, Webster won't play Sunday

Shoulder will sideline Pierre-Paul, meaning Damontre Moore should see time. Jayron Hosley likely starter in McBride's spot.

Jason Pierre-Paul, Brandon Jacobs will play today

Pierre-Paul will play despite shoulder injury. Read the complete list of inactives for the Giants and Packers here.

Give Reese credit for several key in-season moves

As much blame as Jerry Reese can be given for some off-season moves that have gone wrong, he deserves credit for several in-season ones that have been proven right.

Only The Best: Who is Giants' Player of the Month?

Vote in the poll and let us know who you think was the best New York Giants' player in the month of October.

Instant Analysis: A great day for the Giants

The Giants are only two games out in the NFC East with eight games to play as they head to their bye week.

Jacobs inactive, Hillis starts for Giants

Peyton Hillis will enter his second week as the Giants starting running back. We break down the fantasy implications.

Brandon Jacobs fantasy football injury update

The New York Giants have listed Brandon Jacobs as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles. We break down the fantasy implications.

Giants' notebook: Cruz not a Philly fanatic

See the stories making news around the Giants today in our notebook and throughout the day.

Brandon Jacobs fantasy football injury update

The Giants running back is still not practicing, leaving him a probable scratch from Sunday's game. We break down the fantasy implications.

Snap counts, PFF data for Giants-Vikings

Let's sift through the snap counts and PFF data from Giants-Vikings. So, you wanted Shaun Rogers inactive, eh?

Giants' notebook: Is winning out really possible?

Antrel Rolle said Tuesday the Giants 'have to win out.' Feel free to debate the idea that the 1-6 Giants can actually do that.

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