Dan Graziano

  • Joined ESPN in 2011
  • New Jersey native and author of two published novels
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    Eli Manning, injured? Inconceivable

    Eli Manning's ankle surgery is cause for some concern, but not alarm.

    Eli Manning remains Giants' best 2014 hope

    Even after their free-agent frenzy, the Giants' fate rests on Eli Manning.

    A lot walks out the door with Justin Tuck

    Justin Tuck's 60.5 sacks were only a small part what he gave the Giants.

    Would Michael Sam fit with the Giants?

    While many debate Michael Sam's place in the NFL, here's how he fits the Giants.

    With McAdoo, Giants try something new

    John Mara wants to snag another NY/NJ Super Bowl. One word: Fuhgeddaboudit.

    With McAdoo, Giants try something new

    Michael Strahan's election to the Hall of Fame is a treat for Giants fans.

    With McAdoo, Giants try something new

    How will new OC Ben McAdoo make a difference to Big Blue's offense?

    Giants' problems run deeper than Gilbride

    Giants would be wise to realize Kevin Gilbride's retirement fixes very little.

    Coughlin plans could fall apart over OC

    It's not a given Tom Coughlin coaches the Giants in 2014, and here's why.

    Tuck deserves to be back with Giants

    Justin Tuck deserves to be part of the Giants' complex offseason puzzle.

    Hill a vital, volatile part of Giants' future

    With one arrest and one game-saving play, Will Hill had quite a weekend.

    Eli Manning's not going anywhere

    Eli Manning's season has been rough, but he won't play anywhere else in 2014.

    Blowout loss snaps Giants back to reality

    After kidding themselves for weeks, loss snaps Giants back to reality.

    Beatty's mind is playing tricks on Giants

    Will Beatty says there's "too much stuff in my head." That's bad for the Giants.

    Tuck rules right on time vs. Redskins

    Justin Tuck answered the call when the Giants needed him most vs. the Skins.

    Win the division? Giants can forget it

    The Giants simply weren't good enough to finish atop the mediocre NFC East.

    Playoffs? If it happens, Coughlin's the best

    If the Giants make the playoffs, Tom Coughlin proves he's the NFL's best.

    NFC East is a sign of NFL going south

    The NFC East is a prime example of NFL's march toward mediocrity.