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The Only Playoff Scenario That Matters For The Giants

Do the Giants deserve to make the playoffs this year? If you asked me when they were 0-6, hell no. The offseason appeared to be completely wasted, free agent signings were total busts, and injuries and other circumstances preventing players from getting on the field decimated any hope for the Giants to field a decent […]

RB David Wilson Out For Bears Game, Da’Rell Scott Re-Signed

David Wilson out for New York Giants against Bears – http://t.co/pWngq6PScW.. http://t.co/gTD12d5BM1 #NYGiants #Giants #NFL — New York Giants News (@TRACK_Giants) October 8, 2013 David Wilson is out with a neck injury that Tom Coughlin has described as being “week to week” — so while Wilson is getting second opinions, that means the Giants have […]

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 […]

NFL Considers Echocardiogram Use:

The NFL’s medical committee is discussing giving players echocardiograms following the death this month of Chicago Bearsdefensive endGaines Adams. Adams died of an enlarged heart, something an echocardiogram can detect. NFL teams already give extensive physicals to players. Stress testing and echocardiograms are conducted when the results of the physical, an EKG and family history indicate […]

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 […]

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 […]

New Chicago Bears OC: Zorn and Gilbride Candidates

CSN Chicago reports that Coaches Jim Zorn (formerly of the Redskins) and OC Kevin Gilbride (Giants, of course) are top candidates for the new offensive coordinator position that has opened up in Chi town. Kip Lewis writes: Gilbride could potentially join the team as the offensive coordinator, whereas Zorn could serve as either the quarterbacks’ […]

Fewell To Interview For Defensive Coordinator Job

Former interim Bill head coach Perry Fewell will interview Thursday for the defensive coordinator job, according to the AP. Fewell is also being chased by the Bears. Fewell is more of a Tampa-2 coach, so I’m not sure where he fits with the Giants. Maybe just doing their due diligence. Also, seeing as the Bears […]

Giants To Draft 17th

Well it’s never to early to start talking draft.  Here are the first 19 picks with the rest to be determined after the playoffs and Jets/Bengals game.  Ties are broken based on weaker strength of schedule. 1. St. Louis (1-15) 2. Detroit (2-14) 3. Tampa Bay (3-13) 4. Kansas City (4-12) 5. Washington (4-12) 6. Cleveland […]