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Thoughts and Musings- Week 6

Here is what I liked, didn’t like, and some other thoughts about Week 6:   What a game. I don’t even think the craziest Giants fans saw that coming, I know I sure didn’t.  Obviously the Giants had a chance coming in, but to do that to a team who had looked so solid and […]

Thoughts and Musings- Week 5

Here’s what I liked, didn’t like, and thought about Week 5: – The Giants became the first team in 52 years to have a player rush for 200 yards and have another player catch 3 touchdowns.  Pretty impressive. – Ahmad Bradshaw was awesome.  After his game-opening fumble I wondered to myself why he wasn’t being pulled […]

Thoughts and Musings- Week 4

Hey everyone, sorry for getting this up a little late, but here we go: – Thank god the Giants have an elite quarterback.  I know, I know, Eli threw a horrific interception in the end zone that cost them a TD, but he also puts the Giants a place to have a shot at winning […]

Early Fumble Spoils Wilson’s Debut

Looks like David Wilson might need to revise his list of season goals.  Just a few days after revealing his list of goals to the public (1,000 yards rushing, 10 touchdowns, 5 yards per carry, at least one play of 20 yards each game, no fumbles) he has already missed out on one of them.  […]

Will Hill Looking to Rebuild Legacy With Giants

Ready? I’m going to give you a list of football players in the 2008 recruiting class, and your job will be to tell me who was the highest ranked player coming out of high school: Andrew Luck Patrick Peterson Matt Kalil Blaine Gabbert Tyron Smith Mark Barron A.J. Green Courtney Upshaw Will Hill Any guesses? […]

Ever-Improving Herzlich Looks to Grab Bigger Role

The final round of cuts for all NFL came today, and although there were some mild surprises, (David Douglas?) one position that provided few for the Giants was linebacker.  The only cuts were Greg Jones and Jake Muasau, two guys who could have (and in Jones’ case, have) contributed if only there had been more […]

NFL Ready to Begin Season with Replacement Refs

The NFL announced today that it will use replacement officials to start the season, meaning the lockout of the NFL Referees Association will continue indefinitely.  League executive Ray Anderson said in a statement that the league is prepared to use replacement officials for “as much of the regular season as necessary.” The lockout began in […]

Giants Hoping Rookie CB Hosley Can Recover to Turn Heads in 2012

Jayron Hosley removed the walking boot off his foot today, something that couldn’t have come soon enough for Giants fans. The Giants’ secondary took another hit today as Tyler Sash had to be carted off the practice field after suffering an ankle injury. The secondary, already depleted due to the injuries to Terrell Thomas (knee) […]