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Out of Darkness, the Giants are Closing In

Carl Banks quote from earlier this week sums up the position the Giants find themselves in perfectly. “The Giants have become the headlights in the rear view mirror seen from a distance,” he said. Everyone knows the uneasy feeling of driving down a dark road late at night being approached by unfamiliar car from afar. […]

Damontre Moore: The Future of the Giants Defense

On Friday, April 26th, the Giants decided to draft Texas A&M Defensive End Damontre Moore with the 81st Overall Pick. Many draft analysts had stated that if it weren’t for Moore’s character issues, he could have very well been a first round selection. However, due to these precautions amongst league offices, the talented Defensive End […]

The Next 3 Games Can Change the Giants’ Season

The Giants caught an indirect break this week with the news of Aaron Rodgers’ collarbone fracture, an injury that will keep him sidelined for at least 3 weeks.  Big Blue should be coming out of their bye feeling much better about their season. They’ll be playing a banged up Raiders unit this Sunday, a Packers […]

NY Giants have what it takes for a Super Bowl XLVIII Run

 Entering the Week 9 bye, the Giants players are resting up, still sinking in the two-game winning streak after their putrid six-game losing slump to open up the 2013 NFL Season. Eli Manning was nothing of his usual self, handing out turnovers like christmas presents, while the once daunted defense was sitting back on their […]

How Jon Beason could become Giants’ next Lawrence Taylor

It’s early October, and the Giants are struggling. Not just struggling to the Giants standards, we’re talking Jaguars struggling. A Giants team that appears to be decimated of any clear-cut leaders on both sides of the ball, and opposition scoring at will on Perry Fewell’s non-existent defense. Fresh off being dismantled by a winless Panthers, […]

Eagles’ Secret New Conditioning Program Reason For Team Health

Chip Kelly has worked to transform the Philadelphia Eagles into the fastest, most well conditioned team in the NFL. And the couple of injuries the team has on the injury report are so minor — you have to wonder if it’s something in their water. Well, it may not be in their water… but it […]

Game Review Week 3: A Loss of Words

Wow, that just happened.   By the looks on the bench above it looks like they got hit by a train.  Let’s face it, they did.   That’s the look of a rudderless team right now.   It’s one of the few times that I can recall as a Giants fan where all aspects of the team look […]

Game 2 Review : More of the same

The Giants have been very consistent so far in the 2013 season.  They have been very consistent in playing very underwhelming football in both games this year.  At times, on both sides of the ball, they have looked very competitive only for huge mistakes to derail them.   The best thing they have going for them […]

Monday Night Preview

Sitting here, waiting for kickoff between the Washington Redskins and Philadelphia Eagles, I find myself both anxious and excited. Anxious because these two teams both have high expectations for this year and obviously play in the same division as the Giants and excited because again, preaching the obvious, its Monday Night Football people! We also […]

Game Review Week 1: Glass Half Empty/Glass Half Full

The 2013 start of the New York Giants season did not go the way Tom Coughlin and Co. anticipated.  Turnovers came early and often while breakdowns in execution late stalled a potential comeback.  The Monday morning quarterbacks are out in full force blaming whoever they can and they are probably well justified in most cases.  […]