Posts Tagged ‘Baltimore’

Giants Fail to Close Out Steelers; Fall 24-20

Things seemed to be going just fine for the Giants Sunday up 20-10 in the fourth quarter. Then bottom dropped out – and the team paid for it. Pittsburgh scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter, and the Giants offense put up 9 yards in the quarter, and the result – a 24-20 loss to […]

History Of The New York Giants (1950-1959)

Introducing the Giants of the 1950’s 1950: The Giants rise back to the top of the newly re-christened American Conference, and put together a solid 10-2 season beating the Cleveland Browns twice. However, the Browns also finished 10-2, forcing a playoff game for a trip to the NFL Championship Game. Making matters worse is that […]

Steve Smith Needs Your Vote:

From LA Times Not only is New York Giants wide receiver Steve Smith one of the NFL’s best bargain players, but he’s also a talented self-promoter. The former USC standout is nominated for an award recognizing the NFL player who outperforms his contract the most. And because Smith is earning only$460,000 this year, his 107 catches for […]

David Tyree Heads to Foxborough

NFP caught up with former Giant WR, Special Teamer, ehem, Superbowl Hero… and now current Baltimore Raven David Tyree. When reminded of the famous helmet catch that setup the Superbowl winning drive for the Giants, Tyree said: “Now when I see it, it’s a quick snapshot back in time that, for me, causes me to […]

Giant Fans Are Unhappy

I got an email from a reader, Craig, who voiced his displeasure with the team. Here’s what he had to say: I became a Giants fan when watching the 1958 championship game against the Baltimore Colts. Through all the ups and downs of good and bad teams; I have never felt as bad as I […]

David Tyree goes to Baltimore

Tyree reportedly agreed to sign with the Ravens this afternoon. Looking back, letting him go for the young talent the Giants currently are overflowing with is now quite understandable. I was sad to see him go but if he plays his cards right around the beltway he just might get back in the playoff atmosphere […]

I think I see the problem here….

Questions posed to Kevin Gilbride today after practice: Q. Were you disappointed with the rushing game last week? A. Well, we always like to think that we are going to run the ball. As long as we are doing what we need to do to move the ball. I thought we threw the ball exceptionally […]

Giants Institute Player Mentoring Program:

From the New York Times NFL training camps begin next week, and with them the ritual of young players unfamiliar with a world where competition converges with unprecedented compensation and celebrity. For the first time, two N.F.L. teams — the Giants and the Ravens — have instituted player-driven mentorship programs in which rookies are paired with a […]

Giants Look To Snap Playoff Win Drought

Sunday’s NFC wild card game pits the Giants against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium.  New York is 0-and-3 in the playoffs since losing to the Baltimore Ravens in Super Bowl 35.  The Giants won three of their final five games but hope to bounce back after a tough loss to the undefeated […]

Giants Get By The Ravens 13-12

Eli Manning threw the only touchdown of the game as the Giants squeaked by the Baltimore Ravens, 13-12,  in preseason action.  Manning played almost the entire first half and went 10-for-13 with 114 yards and a score.  Steve Smith caught the touchdown but left the game after suffering a concussion on the play for the […]