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Giants and Dolphin Offenses Suffer From The Same Issues

Dolphins OC Mike Sherman was just fired – the announcement went out to the masses moments ago. And as I read more and more about the situation in Miami I can’t help but think how similar things were in NY the past two seasons. Both offenses run progression based schemes. Both offensive lines struggled this […]

Who Was Incognito … And Who Wasn’t?

Who Was Incognito … And Who Wasn’t? By Martin Alvin Some people look at six foot, five inch, three hundred and twenty pound Jonathan Martin and think to themselves: this guy shouldn’t be afraid of anyone. Hell, he looks as if he’s able to bench press a goddamn Buick. Makes no sense, right? Well, looks […]

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 […]

Robert Nunn

I had a few minutes and found what I could about Robert Nunn. Robert Nunn was the defensive line coach for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He played linebacker at Oklahoma State. Nunn joined the Green Bay Packers on February 8, 2005 as a defensive tackles coach, but was let go along with the majority of the […]

History Of The New York Giants (1970-1979)

Continuing with the history of the New York Giants today will focus on the Giants of the 1970’s, a decade to forget. 1970: The Giants stumble out of the gates losing their first three games, but the Giants would quickly right themselves and would win nine of their next ten games, and were set up […]

Bill Sheridan Swims With Dolphins, Not Fishes

Bill Sheridan is reportedly signing with the Miami Dolphins to be their inside linebackers coach. From PFT this morning: As defensive coordinator with the Giants, Sheridan did well enough to get fired after only one year. So now he’ll get another crack at being a linebackers coach, with the Dolphins. Specifically, he’ll coach the team’s […]

Bill Sheridan to Dolphins?

Paul Pasqualoni was recently dismissed at the Miami Dolphin’s Defensive Coordinator, and the ‘Fins are looking to move quickly to replace the vacancy. But the void at Miami’s DC position will likely still be vacant after Bill Sheridan meets with their front office this week, and that shouldn’t surprise anyone given his performance with the […]

List of Possible Defensive Coordinators

from Ralph Vacchiano via the Blue Screen Three years ago when Tom Coughlin was looking for a defensive coordinator, there were a dozen names that were tossed around. None of them, to my recollection, were “Steve Spagnuolo.” And I don’t believe anyone else formally interviewed for that job. So keep that in mind as the […]

Would it Be Better for the Giants to Lose or Win Sunday?

If you’re an N.F.L. player with pride of course you want to win on Sunday, but fans think about losing games for better draft position all the time. This weekend is a very interesting one for the New York Giants who currently sit at 8-7 and can not make the playoffs. It is interesting becuase […]

Hagan Has A Shot At A Spot:

by TimesUnion.com Former Miami Dolphins receiver Derek Hagan is making a strong bid to stick with the Giants well after the team leaves training camp at the University at Albany. Hagan, signed by the Giants late in the 2008 season, had been criticized in Miami for being prone to dropped passes. But through 10 practices, […]