SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Governor Wolf’s Week, December 18 – December 24, 2016 Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf By: The Office of Governor Tom Wolf Watch Governor Wolf’s year in review video to see how we moved Pennsylvania forward in 2016. https://t.co/YtgKZHJWEs pic.twitter.com/X68GRQkcBe— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) December 22, 2016 The Blog, Weekly Update This week Governor Wolf continued his Jobs that Pay and Schools that Teach tours.Governor Wolf hosted a press conference in Philadelphia to tout the recently announced $300 million investment in the Port of Philadelphia. The investment will help improve the Port’s infrastructure, increase capacity, and create thousands of jobs.The Governor visited Central York High School on Monday to discuss his historic $640 million dollar investment in Pennsylvania’s education system.Governor Wolf also highlighted the success of Medicaid expansion in Pennsylvania, specifically the almost 63,000 newly eligible Pennsylvanians who now have access to drug and alcohol treatment.Fighting the opioid abuse epidemic plaguing Pennsylvania is a top priority for Governor Wolf and his administration. This week, the Wolf Administration released guidance for healthcare professionals to help get individuals who are suffering from substance use disorder into treatment through a process known as a warm handoff. First Lady Frances Wolf also joined Department of Human Services Secretary Ted Dallas on a tour of Community Hospital in the city of Chester and discussed the Wolf Administration’s efforts to battle the opioid crisis.With the holiday season in full swing, Governor Wolf wishes all Pennsylvanian’s a happy holiday.Governor Wolf’s Week, December 18 – December 24, 2016Monday, 12/19/16Governor Wolf Visits York on “Schools that Teach” TourTuesday, 12/20/16Governor Wolf Discusses Benefits of Medicaid Expansion and ACA in Response to Request from Majority Leader McCarthyWednesday, 12/21/16Governor Wolf Touts Port of Philadelphia Investment to Create Thousands of Middle Class JobsGovernor Wolf Announces Grant to Sustain 700 Jobs, Improve Rail Connections at Mercer County Steel PlantWolf Administration Releases Warm Handoff Guidance to Emergency Room Doctors and Healthcare ProfessionalsWolf Administration Announces Personnel ChangesIn Delaware County, First Lady Frances Wolf Discusses Efforts to Battle Opioid EpidemicThursday, 12/22/16Governor Wolf, Senator Yudichak, & Rep. Pashinski Announce $125,000 in State Funds for Solomon Creek Flood WallGovernor Wolf Announces 511PAConnect to Keep Stranded Motorists Safe, InformedFriday, 12/23/16Governor Wolf Announces Tax Credits for Lewistown Health CenterGovernor Wolf Announces Approval of Funding to Support Community Investments through Neighborhood Assistance ProgramHighlights from The BlogWhy Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice is a Wolf Family Christmas TraditionPennsylvania State Agencies Release 2016 Accomplishments (Round-Up)It’s All About the “Drop” in Pennsylvania for New Year’s EveStep off on the Right Foot on a First Day Hike at a Pennsylvania State ParkWatch the 2016 Year in Review VideoA Video Message to Our Troops this Holiday SeasonHappy Holidays, Pennsylvania!Highlights from TwitterNorth Carolina’s anti-LGBT law is shameful and wrong. What happened in NC should be a call to pass non-discrim. legislation in PA now. -TW https://t.co/8lo2ZuxRCA— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) December 22, 2016 December 23, 2016
With a new coaching staff led by Joe Judge and a handful of roster changes, the Giants are among the most interesting NFL teams in 2020. Naturally, the Giants’ 2020 schedule is just as unpredictable given the boom-or-bust nature of some of their opponents.New York hasn’t collected an NFC East title since 2011, when the team went on to win Super Bowl 46. The Giants’ 2020 schedule is such that they won’t be predicted to win the division this year, either, but if Judge can get some of the new pieces to click, don’t be surprised if New York emerges as a playoff contender this season. Biggest breaks : On the flip side of those Seahawks and Ravens matchups, at least the Giants draw the 49ers and Steelers at home. They also will host Tom Brady’s Buccaneers and potentially dangerous offenses from the Cardinals and Browns.Bottom line : Because the Giants are a retooling team themselves, predicting their 2020 outcome against several other retooling teams is difficult. But, at least on paper, Judge has a strong enough roster to make noise. New York just might need a little help in a crowded NFC field.Record prediction : 7-9 The Giants’ divisional opponents will give them the same tough challenges they always do, but New York’s schedule for 2020 also features games against three playoff teams outside of the division, plus a handful of non-playoff teams that are expected to improve in 2020.Here is a complete breakdown of the New York Giants’ 2020 schedule, including dates and start times for all 16 games and our early prediction.NFL OFFSEASON 2020:Draft grades | Power rankings | Best free agents availableNew York Giants schedule 2020Here is the New York Giants’ complete schedule for 2020:WeekDateOpponentKickoff timeTV1Sept. 14Steelers7:15 p.m.ESPN2Sept. 20@Bears1 p.m.-3Sept. 2749ers1 p.m.-4Oct. 4@Rams4:05 p.m.-5Oct. 11@Cowboys4:25 p.m.-6Oct. 18Redskins1 p.m.-7Oct. 22@Eagles8:20 p.m.NFL Network8Nov. 2Buccaneers8:15 p.m.ESPN9Nov. 8@Redskins1 p.m.-10Nov. 15Eagles1 p.m.-11-BYE–12Nov. 29@Bengals1 p.m.-13Dec. 6@Seahawks4:05 p.m.-14Dec. 13Cardinals1 p.m.-15Dec. 20Browns1 p.m.-16Dec. 27@Ravens1 p.m.-17Jan. 3Cowboys1 p.m.-(For Canadian viewers, each game can be streamed on DAZN.)Giants strength of schedule & predictionBased on opponents’ records from last season, the Giants have a relatively easy schedule. Their 2020 opponents combined to go 123-132-1 (.486) last season, slotting New York at No. 26 in NFL strength of schedule rankings.Of course, that doesn’t account for offseason changes made league-wide in free agency and the 2020 NFL Draft. Several of the Giants’ opponents are expected to improve upon their 2019 records. For the Buccaneers, Bengals, Steelers and Browns, to name a few, a simple improvement in quarterback play might do the trick.MORE: Strength of schedule for all 32 teams in 2020Toughest tests : A road game in Seattle will always be among a team’s toughest tests, so the Giants are unfortunate to draw that game as part of the NFC East’s matchup against the NFC West in 2020. Likewise, New York has to go to Baltimore to face reigning NFL MVP Lamar Jackson. The long road trip to Los Angeles will be tricky, too.