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Prospect Profiles: ILB Sean Lee (Penn State)

Highlights Sean Lee Measurables (Combine Numbers When Available) Born July 22nd, 1986 (Older prospect). Senior. 6’2 236 pounds. Stats Career: 324 tackles, 3 FF, 3 INT 2009: 86 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 INT (10 games with stats). Big Games: 13 tackles (6 solo) vs Syracuse and a sack, 12 tackles (3 solo) and a sack vs Temple, […]

Matt Mosley Giants Related Chat Transcript:

Below is the transcript of Giants related questions answered by ESPN’s NFC East blogger Matt Mosley. Hey Matt. Linebacker, DL, or Safety where should the Giants go and also will McCluster be there in round 2. I would love the Giants to have another Tiki Barber type runner who is a home run threat every […]

Fewell Press Conference Transcript

Here is Perry Fewell’s transcript from his press conference today: Q. What kind of challenge is this going to be? You had a few opportunities but decided to take on this challenge with a defense that gave up the most points since 1966? A. I think it is a workable challenge. I look forward to […]

Tidbits From Fewell’s Press Conference:

Here are some tidbits from Perry Fewell’s press conference compliments of Ralph Vacchiano: • Fewell said he was disappointed that he didn’t get more than one interview for the Buffalo Bills coaching job after leading them to a 3-4 record down the stretch as their interim coach. “I thought I did a good job in […]

Ranking The Giants: Linebackers

We continue to Rank the Giants, whether you like it or not. This edition will focus on the linebackers. When the Giants signed Michael Boley, I thought it would end the “revolving door” at weakside linebacker. Injuries hurt his chance of doing that, but I still like him. Let’s Rank the Giants, Linebacker style. ANTONIO […]

Season-In-Review: What Went Wrong: Lack Of Effort

All football teams need to have effort. You can be the best team in the world, but you have to give your all on every play. Too often, the Giants did not do that. Too often, the Giants did not show up for games. What’s to blame for this lack of effort on gameday? Tough […]

Season-In-Review: What Went Wrong – Injuries

Injuries Injuries Injuries, thats a word the 2009 Giants were very familiar with.  Over the course of the year the Giants’ roster was decimated by injuries, none bigger in my opinion then Kenny Phillips.  The Giants made a splash in free agency, seemed to have a good draft and were poised to make another run […]

Unpacking The Players Performances: Defense

In the wake of the Bill Sheridan firing, I got to thinking that it would be helpful for us to establish an objective benchmark for how the players performed over the course of the season so that we can intelligently talk about changes that need to be made this offseason. Stats are nice to have […]

Can The Giants Change to a 3-4?

I’ve gotten lots of emails and comments about the Giants defense. Of course, everyone and their mother wants Bill Sheridan fired. I think he will be tomorrow. The common theme I see is fans wanting to see a change to a 3-4 defense. For those unfamiliar, a 3-4 defense has 3 down lineman, and 4 […]

Who Stays Who Goes?

From Ralph Vacchiano The Giants will say their final farewells to their miserable 2009 season Sunday and for some Giants, those farewells will be forever. Some have even already said their final goodbyes. Those decisions won’t be official, of course, until Tom Coughlin and GM Jerry Reese sit down in the days, weeks and months […]