In a tumultuous NFC East Division, the New York Football Giants sit tied for first place with the Washington Football Team. Former Giants defensive end Michael Strahan shows his excitement for his 4-7 football club. In a post by his clothing line, M by Michael Strahan, he wears a large grin, exposing his notorious gap.
“All smiles from Michael Strahan as the Giants are 1st place in the NFC East!” the post reads.
Michael Strahan Clothing Line
Besides being a Hall of Fame defensive end in the NFL, Michael Strahan has also tried his hand in style. The Giants great put together both a formal and a casual sportswear clothing line. The formal line, called “Collection by Michael Strahan,” includes tailored clothing for men and boys, especially the big and tall. It also offers clothing accessories like tie bars and pocket squares to bring your style to the next level.
The casual collection, called “MSX by Michael Strahan,” includes sportswear as well as athleisure clothing for at home or on the go. It has polos, tanks, joggers, and several other pieces of casual sportswear. The line also has a section specifically for NFL fans. It rolled out in the spring with 2-teams but now includes all 32 teams in the NFL.
The New York Giants Playoff Hopes
While the Giants sit at the number one spot in the NFC East now, that could very well change by the end of the day. The Giants face the very dangerous Seattle Seahawks at 3:00 today (December 6). On top of that, the Giants’ starting quarterback, Daniel Jones, will miss today’s game with an injured hamstring. Back up Colt McCoy will take the reigns of the offense today and try to keep the Giants on track for a playoff berth.
With that said, every team in the NFC East will face a far superior team this week. The Washington Football Team, tied for first with the Giants at 4-7, will face an undefeated Pittsburg Steelers team. The Football Team has also had quarterback problems this year and is running with Alex Smith under center. The Dallas Cowboys, also without their starting quarterback, will face the always dangerous Baltimore Ravens. The 3-7-1 Eagles, third in the division, will face a red hot Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers.
Carson Wentz, the Eagles quarterback, is performing like a back-up quarterback this year, so the entire division looks like they are running with the B team. The NFC East could very well drop a goose egg in the wins column this week, keeping the Football Team and the Giants tied for first at 4-8. No matter their record, the first-place team in the division will get a playoff birth, so if Michael Strahan should still be all smiles after this week.