New York Giants defeat Washington Redskins, 45-12

LANDOVER, Md. - Turns out all the Giants needed to work out their defensive woes was a chance to play Jason Campbell and the utterly hopeless Washington Redskins.

What else is new?

Two seasons ago, the Giants were staring at the prospects of starting 0-3, but a goal-line stand in the final minute preserved a 24-17 victory that started to get Big Blue believing in itself as a Super Bowl contender.

Monday night, facing a must-win to keep up with Dallas and Green Bay...

LANDOVER, Md. - If the Giants had played the style of dominating football that they did against the Redskins Monday night all season long, they would have locked up the division three weeks ago and would be in the conversation with New Orleans as the cream of the NFC.

Better late than never, especially when Big Blue is trying to claw its way into that final wild-card spot. The Giants beat the Redskins, 45-12, Monday night in the first of three must-win games, and looked...

LANDOVER, Md. - Two years ago, long before their Super Bowl run could begin, the Giants made their most famous stand in Washington and saved their season.

Monday night they may have done it again.

It may not have been as dramatic as the Week 3 goal-line stand in the final seconds back in 2007, but the Giants' dominant, 45-12 win over the Redskins may have been just as important. With almost no wiggle room left in their playoff chase, the Giants needed a win to stay a...