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It’s Official, Welcome Perry Fewell:

From Giants.COM Tom Coughlin has reached into his past for a coach to lead his defense into the future. Perry Fewell, who once spent five seasons as Coughlin’s secondary coach in Jacksonville, was today named the Giants’ new defensive coordinator. Fewell spent the last four seasons as the Buffalo Bills’ defensive coordinator and was the […]

Things To Think About:

This is courtesy of Ralph Vacchiano: • The uncapped year could present a one-time-only chance to dump players and just void the rest of their contracts – – something the Giants might have to think about with Brandon Jacobs. He’s got three years left on his four-year, $25 million deal, but he was awful this […]

Prospect Profiles

I am going to do a feature this off-season I’ll call “prospect profiles” and I’ll profile prospects (I’m very creative and witty with titles) that I think the Giants should be interested in for this upcoming draft. I will NOT limit the prospect profiles to first round players only, but I’ll probably concentrate the profiles […]

Watch Central Michigan University Tonight At GMAC Bowl:

Sorry for the off topic post but you will have to deal with it.  It’s not very often I get to talk CMU Football.  I am a graduate of CMU and when I attended the football program was terrible, but through the years they brought Brian Kelly (now of Notre Dame) in from Grand Valley […]

Season-In-Review: What Went Right – Quarterbacks

Eli Manning had a breakout year in 2009, there is no question about it. Manning joined elite company in the discourse of Giants history by throwing for over 4,000 yards in a season on 509 attempts. Manning amassed 27 touchdown passes, and had 14 interceptions. G GS Comp Att Pct Yds Avg TD Int Sck […]

Reese Quotes From Today’s Presser

GM Jerry M Reese took questions after Coach Tom Coughlin this afternoon… they were very much on the same page, here are some highlights: • on the inconsistency of the Giants play, particularly at the end of the season: “I think it starts with physical play, and we were physical half of the time” “It’s a […]

Giants Vikings Halftime Thoughts

With nothing to play for, the Giants are playing like they are playing for nothing, as the Vikings are up 31-0. The Giants defense has continued their awful tackling, and the Giants offense isn’t really moving much. A poor performance. The Giants offense isn’t really doing much. Steve Smith got his 100th reception, and we […]

The Giants are Bullies (talking points:Giants-Panthers)

The New York Giants are bullies. You know how a bully works. A bully beats up on people who are smaller than them, and then the second the bully gets hit they cowher into a corner and wait for someone weaker with no fight to come along to pick on again. This is the 2009 […]

Giants Redskins Halftime Thoughts

I’ll keep this short and sweet: Wow. What a half. Best offensive half I’ve seen in awhile. Defense is swarming, attacking the ball. This is not the Giants team we’ve been seeing for the past couple of weeks. It’s the team that looks like a Super Bowl contender. The Giants go into the half winning […]

Simple Moves, Big Stops on Defense

You know we’ve been talking a lot about Bill Sheridan here the last several weeks — what he is or isn’t doing and why nothing is working to get pressure on the QB… or largely why the pressure has been inconsistent and therefore the effectiveness of the Defense as a whole has suffered. The Giants […]