Posts Tagged ‘Chris Canty’

Tom Coughlin: The Man They Still Love To Hate

Tom Coughlin: The Man They Still Love To Hate. By Martin Alvin. Seems like, every time I post an article critical of the Giants’ 2013 season, someone admonishes me for not blaming Tom Coughlin, too. And, of course, since Coughlin’s the head coach, he should share in the blame; so, those who admonish me have […]

Hey, Giants Fans! Are The Giants Dumb Or Crazy – Or, What?

Last week, the Giants cut: Michael Boley, Chris Canty and Ahmad Bradshaw, and more cuts are sure to follow. Some people are asking: who’s supposed to replace those guys? So, the question is: are the NY Giants dumb or crazy — or, what? The answer is — or, what? Because John Mara, Jerry Reese, Marc […]

Giants Collect Six Cowboys Turnovers; Rally for Wild 29-24 Win in Dallas

Would you have it any other way? The Giants never seem to take the easy way out, and Sunday in Dallas vs the Cowboys, they seemed to have it all going their way, only to have to scramble at the end for a thrilling 29-24 win over their rivals to get to 6-2. “Every time […]

Player Profile: Chris Canty

Chris Canty’s first season as a Giant was not what you’d call a memorable one. He was sidelined most of the season with nagging hamstring injuries. Canty, was part of Big Blue’s signing spree. He was supposed to be the blue-chipper of the class, as he signed the largest contract, which was a six-year contract worth […]

Prospect Profiles-DE Jason Pierre-Paul (South Florida)

UP next in my prospect profile series  is a freak of an athlete, Jason Pierre Paul. The man who did 15 straight handstands or whatever he was doing that you can find on youtube. ProDraft Party Highlights JPP Measurables 6’5 270 pounds 34.75 inch arms. 10 3/8 inch hands. 4.64 40. 19 bench presses Stats […]

Prospect Profiles: NT Dan Williams

UPDATE K.C. Joyner’s Draft Lab One of the most difficult scouting projects is grading an inconsistent player. When a player alternates between performing well and performing poorly, the issue is no longer a matter of whether or not he has professional-level potential. The question that has to be answered at that point is why there […]

Ranking The Giants: Defensive Line

We continue to Rank The Giants, and today, we Rank the Defensive Line. For years, the defensive line has been the staple of the Giants. But, for whatever reason, this year was different. Injuries played a role, for sure, but the lack of a consistent pass rush hurt the Giants. JUSTIN TUCK: Tuck played most […]

Giants CAN run a Tampa 2-thoughts on Perry Fewell

As Fuchs mentioned in the last post I watch a lot of Bills games. My wife is a Bills fan and I live in Rochester, so I watch EVERY Bills game. And I am a BIG fan of the hiring. I think I am one of the few people who thinks this is a good […]

Season-In-Review: What Went Wrong: Free Agency

Jerry “In Jerry We Trust” Reese has had a pretty stellar start to his GM tenure in New York. His draft picks has produced immediately, and has gained full trust in the fan base. For the first time in his tenure, the Giants made a splash in free agency, signing Michael Boley, Chris Canty, Rocky […]

Possible Free Agent Picks

Jeremy went through the free agency rundown earlier in the week — I wanted to distill a few choices as it stands right now for the positions the Giants clearly need. Here we go: Defensive End 1) Ray Edwards, Minnesota – he’s young and commits a lot of penalties. Thats the bad news. The good […]