Posts Tagged ‘Mark Bavaro’

An Open letter to Ben McAdoo. Giants new Offensive Coordinator!

My opinion; well Ben the NFL season is now officially over and a new one has officially begun. This is a welcoming letter from 500, 000 New York Giant fans in the Metro area who are as loyal and passionate about their Giant football as the Packer fans up in Green Bay. Here’s what we […]

My Top 10 Favorite Giants of All-Time

The idea for this post came while lying in bed late last night. I don’t know why, but a list of my top 10 favorite Giants of all time popped in my head. Call it fate. Over the course of their history, the New York Giants have employed many memorable players. From Hall of Famers to complete […]

History Of The New York Giants (1980-1989)

Continuing with Giants history, today will focus on the 1980’s a decade that introduced the world to Lawrence Taylor, Bill Parcells and a Super Bowl victory. 1980: Quarterback Phil Simms experiences a sophomore slump, and becomes “Phil Boo” to the press and fans in a season plagued by interceptions. The Giants would go on to […]

Audio Interview w/ Giants All-Time Great Mark Bavaro

Mark Bavaro was one of the toughest tight ends to ever take the field, and in his career he walked away with two Super Bowl rings with the New York Giants. Now, Bavaro is tackling the world of writing, as he has written his first novel – “Rough and Tumble”. The Book is the story […]