Posts Tagged ‘Ranking The Giants’

Ranking The Giants: Special Teams

Can you believe it? This is our last installment of Ranking The Giants! (feel free to cry). To read the other Ranking The Giants editions, click here. We move onto the Special Teams, who had a pretty up and down year. Jeff Feagles finally started to show his age. Lawrence “Some of The” Tynes was […]

Ranking The Giants: Secondary

We continue to Rank The Giants, with this edition focusing on the secondary. Oh, the secondary. To be fair, this unit had a LOT of injuries. Had they been healthy, who knows, it might have been a strength. But, they didn’t stay healthy, and we were stuck with a patchwork secondary. I’m feeling harsh, so […]

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 […]

Ranking The Giants: Defensive Line

We continue to Rank The Giants, and today, we Rank the Defensive Line. For years, the defensive line has been the staple of the Giants. But, for whatever reason, this year was different. Injuries played a role, for sure, but the lack of a consistent pass rush hurt the Giants. JUSTIN TUCK: Tuck played most […]

Ranking The Giants: Offensive Line

We’ve been ranking the Giants all week. Today, we’re focusing on the offensive line. The offensive line had been the staple of the Giants success for the past couple of years. This year, however, line seemed to take a couple of steps backward. It may have been old age, nagging injuries, or just¬†ineffectiveness. Let’s grade […]

Ranking the Giants: Wide Receivers and Tight Ends

We’ve been Ranking the Giants all week, and now we’re onto the wide receivers and tight ends. With Plaxico Burress and Amani Toomer gone, someone was going to have to step up. No one knew who it would be. Luckily, many Giants did. Let’s Rank The Giants, Wide Receiver/Tight End Style STEVE SMITH: What can […]

Ranking the Giants: Running Backs

Yesterday, we ranked the quarterbacks. Today, it’s the running backs. ¬†Big things were expected from the Giants running game. Brandon Jacobs had 1,000+ yards rushing. Ahmad Bradshaw seemed more than capable of filling Derrick Ward’s shoes (and he was). Danny (or DJ) Ware showed some potential in preseason. And Andre Brown looking promising in training […]

Ranking The Giants: Quarterbacks

A reader suggested this a while ago, but, better late than never. We’ll be ranking each player at each position. Each player gets a numerical grade, with 1 being the worst, and 100 being the best. For those history buffs, it’s the CC Brown-Lawrence Taylor scale. (Sorry, CC). With that, we’re starting with the Quarterbacks, […]