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Trying to understand the Lival Joseph conundrum!

My opinion; last year at this time the New York Giants when about their free agency business trying to sure-up their porous defensive line! There were times during the 2012 season when the defensive line couldn’t stop a leaky faucet much less the likes of RGIII, LeSean McCoy and Alfred Morris So true to his […]

Giants Co-Owner Jonathan Tisch Hopeful Region Can Host Game Once A Decade

The NY/NJ Super Bowl Host Committee officials assured that the NFL’s first cold-weather, outdoor Super Bowl will proceed without a hitch, set a precedent for future Super Bowls, and hope to be the first of many for the region, Jorge Castillo of the Newark Star Ledger reports. “Hopefully when we do all the tallying for […]

The ‘O’ Line Killed The Giants And Reese Killed The ‘O’ Line!

The ‘O’ Line Killed The Giants And Reese Killed The ‘O’ Line! By Martin Alvin In an interview on Sirius Radio, Kevin Gilbride confirmed the Giants suffered because of their ‘O’ line and said what we already knew: the problems with the ‘O’ line made it impossible for Eli to do his job. He also […]

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 […]

Perry Fewell’s Adjustments Paying Dividends

Perry Fewell was hired by the New York Giants on January 14th, 2010. He replaced Bill Sheridan, who was fired after the 2009 season in which the New York Giants were ranked 13th in Total Defense. When the G-Men won the Super Bowl in 2007, their defense ranked 7th in that category. 2008, they ranked […]

53 Players Get Early Entry Into 2010 Draft:

The NFL has announced the names of the 53 players who have been granted early eligibility for the 2010 NFL draft. The full list is below.  The list includes one of my sleepers, Central Michigan Wideout, Antonio Brown. Kevin Basped, DE, Nevada Arrelious Benn, WR Illinois Eric Berry, DB Tennessee Jahvid Best, RB California Navorro […]

Who Stays Who Goes?

From Ralph Vacchiano The Giants will say their final farewells to their miserable 2009 season Sunday and for some Giants, those farewells will be forever. Some have even already said their final goodbyes. Those decisions won’t be official, of course, until Tom Coughlin and GM Jerry Reese sit down in the days, weeks and months […]

Next Day Thoughts: Giants Panthers; Or, What The Hell Happened to the 2009 Giants?

It’s very easy for me to vent about the horrid performance by the G-Men yesterday. There’s a lot of anger, a lot of frustration. And there are a lot of questions. Here are some Next Day Thoughts, Giants Panthers style (or, as I said in the title, what the hell happened to the 2009 Giants?) […]

Giants Panthers Halftime Thoughts

Just an awful first half for the Giants, as the Panthers are up 24-0 . No excuses here. Unacceptable lack of effort in the biggest game of the year. Outside of the first drive, the Giants haven’t really moved the ball. Well, they have, but mistakes have cost them. Madison Hedgecock’s holding penalty brought back […]