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NFC East Week 10

New York Giants Week 9 was a tough week for the Giants despite being off. After gaining some ground in the NFC East in week 8, the Giants slid back down in the standings following wins by Philly, Washington and Dallas. On the bright side, Andre Brown should return to the backfield to face the […]

The Next 3 Games Can Change the Giants’ Season

The Giants caught an indirect break this week with the news of Aaron Rodgers’ collarbone fracture, an injury that will keep him sidelined for at least 3 weeks.  Big Blue should be coming out of their bye feeling much better about their season. They’ll be playing a banged up Raiders unit this Sunday, a Packers […]

NFC East Week 9

After several years of submitting comments and e-mails, GiantsGab decided to invite me to share my thoughts and musings about the NFC East for the remainder of the season. So let me start this off by being very clear about who I am. I don’t have connections to the NFL, any ESPN reporters or some […]

Giants at Eagles Friday Injury Report

GIANTS Out: WR Mario Manningham (concussion), CB Prince Amukamara (foot), DE Osi Umenyiora (knee) Probable: C David Baas (lower leg) , TE Travis Beckum (hamstring), DT Jimmy Kennedy (knee) EAGLES Out: DE Juqua Parker (ankle), DE Darryl Tapp (pectoral) Questionable: QB Michael Vick (concussion) Probable: S Nate Allen (knee), TE Brent Celek (hip), DE Trent […]

Fat Guy Profiles: OT Gabe Carimi Wisconsin

 I kid about the fat guy part, these guys are BIG and great athletes. Carimi is 6’7 and weighs 315 pounds and can still probably beat me in a forty yard dash. Up next in our series is another offensive linemen who seems to be a Giants type of offensive linmen to many fans. Let’s […]

Prospect Profiles: OT Bruce Campbell

If you don’t know his name yet. Learn it. If you’re into drawing up your own mock drafts and such make sure you pay attention to the Combines because Bruce Campbell is about to explode much like Jason Smith did last year (or Tyson Jackson, or Darrius Heyward Bey or Vernon Gholston, Jerod Mayo, Dominque […]

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 […]

History Of The New York Giants (1960-1969)

Hope everyone is enjoying the history of the Giants, here is some info about the Giants of the 1960’s 1960: At 5-1-1 the Giants had that Championship look heading into back-to-back match up with Philadelphia Eagles. However, the Giants season would come to crashing end in the first match up when Eagles Defensive Back Chuck […]

Prospect Profiles-DT Brian Price

Brian Price is a super productive young defensive tackle, who will be shooting up draft boards this off-season, especially if he can bulk up on his frame. He’s not a player that will be drafted by a 3-4 team to play nose tackle. Maybe a team will consider drafting him and playing him as a […]

History Of The New York Giants (1940-1949)

Today’s history lesson will focus on the Giants of the 1940’s. 1940: The Giants lose their grip on the Eastern Division and struggle with mediocrity on the way to a third place 6-4-1 season. 1941: On December 7th the Giants played their cross-town rival Brooklyn Dodgers for pride. Even though the Giants had lost their […]