After previously swapping the decals and facemask on their standard blue helmet, the New York Giants will instead wear their navy blue throwback helmets with their all-white Color Rush uniforms during Sunday night’s game at the Buffalo Bills.
A new monofilament synthetic turf has been installed at MetLife Stadium, home of the New York Giants and New York Jets, though the franchises hope to one day switch to a natural grass surface at their shared venue.
The NFL will honor Hall of Fame head coach and broadcaster John Madden on Thanksgiving Day as part of an annual “multi-faced celebration of the late great icon’s indelible legacy.”
This morning, the New York Giants announced they’d be joining the alternate helmet party taking the NFL by storm with a throwback to their Super Bowl-winning look of the 1980s and ’90s. The navy blue helmet is back. The GIANTS logo is back. Red and white striping on the royal
A social media post circulated earlier this week claiming that the Super Bowl this year would be *the very first* in the history of the game in which both teams used the exact same primary colour. The claim was then verified as true, this courtesy a fact check written up