Posts Tagged ‘new england patriots’

Hallelujah! It’s Finally Over!

Hallelujah! It’s Finally Over! By Martin Alvin Finally, mercifully, the 2013 NFL football season is officially, over. Hallelujah! Of course, for Giants fans, it ended a hell of a lot earlier than last Sunday night; to all intents and purposes, it ended way back in October with a God-awful 0-6 start. And even though that […]

Lawsuit Claims Giants And Manning Created Bogus ‘Game-Worn’ Gear Scam

A new lawsuit claims quarterback Eli Manning and Giants brass created bogus “game-worn” football gear to pass off as the real deal — and one of the forgeries is sitting in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Kaja Whitehouse of the New York Post reports. A helmet on display in the hallowed Canton, Ohio, gridiron […]

Tom Coughlin: The NY Giants’ Difference

Tom Coughlin: The NY Giants’ Difference. By Martin Alvin Let’s say you’re the owner of an NFL team, willing to spend all the money necessary to be a perennial Super Bowl Champion: how do you do that with the undeniable and exasperating NFL rules and regulations that guarantee parity? After all, the NFL has been […]

Rematch of Super Bowl XLII: Different outcome for Eli, Giants in New England

Prediction: A different Patriots defense appears at Foxborough, and from time to time, they look like a stellar unit.  It’s a group that’s geared to “bend, but don’t break” because of a lack of consistent pass rush.  I have a hunch that the Giants will be able to move the ball well, but not execute […]

A Great Book- New York Giants: The Complete Illustrated History

Giants fans! This book is for you. New York Giants: The Complete Illustrated History by Lew Freedman is a must for every Giants fans collection. The book provides a complete and through history of the Giants, with stunning photos, biographies on former players, special in-depth sections on the three Super Bowl wins and so much […]

Another Giants Super Bowl Winner

From: Gelf Magazine By Michael Gluckstadt There seems to be an unwritten rule in sports journalism: When a team wins a championship, all of its beat writers get to write a book. Most of these works are the result of sheer opportunism—people cashing in on fans’ goodwill. Order your SI Commemorative Issue for the 2003 […]

Penthouse to Outhouse and Back

You’d have to be a hermit on some interstellar asteroid not to know by now that the New York Giants pulled off one of the upsets of the ages by beating the undefeated and invincible New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII. Because of that unlikely but very deserving victory, they were moved into the […]

Giants Meet Pats, Others In 2008 Preseason

The New York Giants’ 2008 preseason schedule is out, and they get to face a familiar opponent in Week 4 – the New England Patriots; Week 1 finds the Giants travelling to Charlotte to face the Carolina Panthers while Week 2 will be a nationally televised game against the Cleveland Browns at home.  Then Week […]

Giants Ink Feagles For 2 Years

                     One week after he became the oldest player to participate in a Super Bowl, New York Giants punter Jeff Feagles, according to the Associated Press, signed a 2-year deal on Tuesday; Feagles declined to state how much money he would earn, but last season, he made $1 million.  So I would think that Feagles […]

Spagnuolo To Remain With Giants

                      The New York Giants can now breath a sigh of relief, as defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo has been eliminated for consideration for the Washington Redskins’ head coaching position; the Giants formally announced that Spagnuolo has agreed to remain as the team’s defensive coordinator and will receive a new three-year, $6 million contract – which […]