Posts Tagged ‘meadowlands’

How Kevin Gilbride just might become the next Giant Head Coach. Part 1.

My opinion: There will be blood…this coming off-season at the Quest Diagnostic Center in the Meadowlands. How could there not be? But there is a way the Giants could come out of this horrendous season smelling like country gentlemen wearing lilac-water! When your franchise quarterback says he would like to play for Kevin Gilbride again […]

The Giants Still Have Warts — Big Ones!

The Giants Still Have Warts — Big Ones! By Martin Alvin Okay, the smoke across the Jersey Meadowlands has cleared and the Giants are 4-6 and –- at least, mathematically -– they’re back in the playoff hunt; and they’re back in the hunt in spite of their unsightly warts. And make no mistake about it; […]

New Jersey Senate Republicans Want Super Bowl XLVIII in the Meadowlands

New Jersey Senate Republicans want Super Bowl XLVIII in the Meadowlands. Here is the press release: Senate Republican Leader Tom Kean of Union County introduced a Senate resolution today urging the NFL to select New Jersey as the location for the Super Bowl XLVIII in 2014. The NFL owners’ Super Bowl Advisory Committee allowed the […]

Giants Stadium Demolition Begins:

The demolition of Giants Stadium got started Thursday when a giant metal claw attached to a crane started taking bites out of the cement helix at one of the four gates around the 34-year-old facility. Clouds of dust drifted in the air as concrete and rebar poked through areas where the concrete was ripped away. […]

Which New York team should open up the new Meadowlands?

Here is an interesting question I came across while looking on the internet. The question asks, “Which New York Football team should open the new Meadowlands?” On one hand, there are a bunch of people who would argue that the Jets should open it up becuase they reached the 2009-2010 AFC Championship game. On the […]

Soccer Match First Pro Event At New Meadowlands Stadium

Mexico’s soccer team will play Ecuador in a World Cup warmup on May 7 is the first professional sports event at the $1.6 billion new Meadowlands Stadium. The exhibition game in East Rutherford, N.J., is part of a six-game U.S. tour for Mexico as it prepares to face South Africa in the World Cup opener […]

History Of The New York Giants (1990-1999)

Continuing with Giants history, I will focus on the Giants of the 1990’s.  The 90’s began with a bang but saw the end of an era with Simms, Taylor and Parcells all ending their tenure with the Giants. 1990: The Giants jump out of the gate quickly winning their first 11 games to take a […]

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 […]

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 […]

5 Keys To Beating The Panthers

Hope you and your family had a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! There is still a football game to be played, and it’s the last Giants game in the Meadowlands. The Panthers come to visit. They are riding high off a win against Minnesota. Here are 5 Keys to Beating the Panthers. 1. Pass […]