Archive for the ‘Thoughts and Musings’ Category

Making the Case for Teddy Bridgewater

What happened? What’s going on here? The New York Giants even considering taking a quarterback at 12?! That’s insane! Hear me out. Let’s start off here. For the past couple of seasons, mock drafts everywhere had put Teddy Bridgewater as the number one pick for the upcoming draft in May, regardless of the team potentially […]

Who’s Your Pick? 2014 NFL Draft Edition

With the NFL Draft approaching in the coming weeks, New York Giants fans are still trying to decide who they want their favorite team to select with the 12th pick in the first round. The general consensus amongst fans is that there are four players that Jerry Reese should be looking at: Eric Ebron (TE, […]

Should Giants Focus on Offensive Line or Cornerback in First Round of 2014 NFL Draft?

As the 2013 NFL Season is coming to a close, questions arise for the offseason. The offense is in shambles, the defense can’t stop the pass, and the coaches aren’t putting the team in situations to win. But one thing if for sure, the NFL Draft is coming, and some serious decisions must be made. […]

Giants Playoff Aspirations Take A Major Hit

After the atrocious loss to the rival Dallas Cowboys, this team isn’t looking like a playoff caliber team. The offense struggled immensely, however, Andre Brown carried the team with his efforts on the ground. The defense was non-existent against Tony Romo, allowing him to pick apart the secondary play after play. The run defense was […]

This Giants Offense Lives and Dies with Andre Brown

Since Running Back Andre Brown has been back for the New York Giants, this offense has been incredibly efficient. The running game finally has a face, and that is helping Eli Manning find open receivers. Through the first 6 weeks of the regular season, the Giants hadn’t had a reliable option at the running back […]

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 […]

Rolle on Jonathan Martin, “He allowed it to happen.” Come On, Man!

As many sports fans are witnessing unfold in the media the past week or so, Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin was bullied and harassed by fellow teammate Richie Incognito, using racist expletives and death threats. And last week, Martin had finally taken enough, and stormed out of the Dolphins food court unexpectedly, never to […]

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 […]