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NY Giants At Detroit NFL Week One Capsule

MONDAY NIGHT, SEPTEMBER 8, 2014 NEW YORK GIANTS AT DETROIT LIONS SERIES GIANTS LIONS SERIES LEADER Series tied, 20-20-1   STREAKS Past 3   COACHES VS. OPP. Coughlin: 4-2 Caldwell: 1-0 LAST GAME 12/22/13: Giants 23 at Lions 20 (OT). New York WR Jerrel Jernigan has 6 catches for 80 yards & TD. Giants S […]

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 […]

The Giants are currently undergoing maintenance – please stand by

John Mara once said in 2009 after a failed defensive season “we cannot maintain the status quo”. Defensive Coordinator Bill Sheridan was fired shortly thereafter. Interestingly, Kevin Gilbride said this about his offense earlier in the year when talking about Eli Manning and whether he could maintain his current level of play: There is no […]

What Might Have Been – But Will It Ever Be?

What Might Have Been – But Will It Ever Be? By Martin Alvin On Sunday, the Giants beat the ten-point favorite, Detroit Lions, in the Lions’ own stadium; knocking them out of the 2013 playoffs. And they did it with, essentially, nothing to gain because they’d already been eliminated from playoff contention, themselves. On paper, […]

TRUE GRIT.

  My opinion; It was apparent from the beginning of the game today against the Detroit Lions, that the Giants were not going to be pushed around or run out through the stadium exits. There was finally some toughness to their play – not exactly “Smash Mouth Football “but competitive and gritty all day. Two […]

NFC East Week 15

New York Giants The Giants got absolutely no pressure on Rivers the entire game; he is just too good of a quarterback to give that much time. Rivers certainly played Sunday’s game with a chip on his shoulder from that 2004 draft debacle; this is only the second time the Giants and Charges have faced […]

Giants Remaining Schedule A Sobering Reminder of Tough Road Ahead

The NY Giants have won 4 games in a row and look to be steadily improving each week in terms of the quality of their play on offense and defense. If you’re looking for a good story filled with improbable victories and adversity overcome – it’s a good time to be routing for the Giants. […]

New York Giants Second Half Season Preview

Not many people expected the New York Giants to be at the bottom of the NFC East after eight games, but that’s where they sit with a 2-6 record. As disappointing as the season may have been so far for the Giants and their fans, the team is only two games out of the division […]

Can The Giants Make Their Playoff Run?

Heading into the bye week — where another Giants loss is an impossibility thank goodness — fans are asking whether we’ll see another 2007 and 2011. While the players, numbers, facts, figures, and particulars aren’t quite right it doesn’t necessarily mean the Giants have no shot to go on a run and make the playoffs. […]

Jean-Paul Bergeaux’s List of Things for Week Six

Things I know. The Pittsburgh Steelers continue to be a top notch organization. Say what you will, and we don’t know how this season will finish, but the Steelers prove once again that they know how to build quality teams and pick quality coaches.  Ben Roethlisberger sounded really contrite (we’ll see) in his pre-return interviews.  […]