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Giants Bears Halftime Thoughts

I can’t quite get a feel for this game, but whatever it is, it must be working, as the Giants are winning 3-0. The defense looks great, the offense keeps falling short, and the special teams are anything but special. But it’s an improvement. The offense keeps falling short. They can’t finish the job. They’ll […]

Ron Turner For QB Coach?

According to Mike Garafolo, former Bears offensive coordinator Ron Turner is interested in the Giants QB job. Turner was dismissed after the season by Chicago, but has been successful in Chicago. He led six of the top 24 offenses in Bears history. Not sure if he has an interview scheduled, or if one already took […]

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 […]

History Of The New York Giants (1940-1949)

Today’s history lesson will focus on the Giants of the 1940’s. 1940: The Giants lose their grip on the Eastern Division and struggle with mediocrity on the way to a third place 6-4-1 season. 1941: On December 7th the Giants played their cross-town rival Brooklyn Dodgers for pride. Even though the Giants had lost their […]

History Of The New York Giants (1930-1939)

Continuing with the History of the New York Giants today I will be focusing on the Giants of the 30’s. 1930: Near the end of another impressive second place 13-4 season Head Coach LeRoy Andres was replaced by Bernie Friedman, and Steve Owen. Following the season Owen takes over the job full time and would […]

History Of The New York Giants (1925-1929)

I am a big fan of the history of the New York Giants.  With things pretty quiet right now in Giants land I figured it would be a good time to start posting some info about the history of the Giants.  I will be posting by the decade and begin with the Giants of the […]

It’s Official, Welcome Perry Fewell:

From Giants.COM Tom Coughlin has reached into his past for a coach to lead his defense into the future. Perry Fewell, who once spent five seasons as Coughlin’s secondary coach in Jacksonville, was today named the Giants’ new defensive coordinator. Fewell spent the last four seasons as the Buffalo Bills’ defensive coordinator and was the […]

Yes, No, Maybe, I Don’t Know…Can You Repeat The Question

The title is the theme song from “Malcom in the Middle” but I found it fitting to the situation with Perry Fewell.   In bad news the Eagles have added Special Teams Guru Bobby April. Via Ralph Vacchiano the Blue Screen Perry Fewell may eventually accept an offer to become the Giants’ next defensive coordinator. […]

Giants Fans, Meet Perry Fewell:

Per multiple media reports the Giants have landed their man, Perry Fewell.  I figured I would give everyone a little info about him. Fewell attended South Point High School in Belmont, North Carolina. In 1979, he helped lead the school to a 3-A state football championship.  He then attended Lenoir-Rhyne College and was a football standout. In football, he […]

Fewell Still A Candidate

Perry Fewell looked like he was taking the Bears defensive coordinator job. Now? Not so much. Fewell reportedly flew home after meeting with the Bears and is deciding between the Giants and the Bears. Fewell is also set to meet with Tom Coughlin tonight or tomorrow. He is apparently set to make his decision tomorrow. […]