Posts Tagged ‘rookies’

Twelve players that can lead the Giant back to the top in 2014.

My opinion; I was dumbfounded, amazed, flabbergasted and speechless when I found out that Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots started this season with twenty two rookies on their roster-22! And the Patriots where never truly out of sink and once again won their division. We need to play our younger players, more often […]

Kevin Kilbride – Part-2.

  My opinion; When the lights go out at Met Life Stadium after the last game of the season with Washington DC’s pro football team the New York Giants will immediately begin the process of evaluating their players and coaches for the 2014 season. At the top of the conference room chalk-board a sign will […]

Damontre Moore: The Future of the Giants Defense

On Friday, April 26th, the Giants decided to draft Texas A&M Defensive End Damontre Moore with the 81st Overall Pick. Many draft analysts had stated that if it weren’t for Moore’s character issues, he could have very well been a first round selection. However, due to these precautions amongst league offices, the talented Defensive End […]

Rolle on Jonathan Martin, “He allowed it to happen.” Come On, Man!

As many sports fans are witnessing unfold in the media the past week or so, Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin was bullied and harassed by fellow teammate Richie Incognito, using racist expletives and death threats. And last week, Martin had finally taken enough, and stormed out of the Dolphins food court unexpectedly, never to […]

League Proposes Immediate Changes To Rookie Pay:

From PFT: In December 2008, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell told ESPN’s Chris Mortensen that the current system for changing rookie pay would not change until 2011. Liz Mullen of SportsBusiness Journal now reports that the league has proposed the implementation of a rookie wage scale for the April 2010 draft.  She also reports that the NFLPA has […]

Next Day Thoughts: Giants Cardinals

What to say about this one? Not a lot of good, that’s for sure. Here are some Next Day Thoughts. – Let’s start with some positives:The defense played, I thought, pretty well. Yeah, they let up some big runs to Beanie Wells, but in all honesty, I don’t think any team would have stopped him. […]

Giants/Raiders Halftime Thoughts

Hello everyone, I am filling in for Fuchs today. The Giants totally dominated the first half of the game, leading the Raiders 31-7 at the half. The Giants offense moved the ball at will as they marched up and down the field putting up 31 points in the first half.  Manning was sharp completing 8 of […]

Matt Mosely Talks With Tom Coughlin

Good for Matt Mosely. I think he might be the first person ever to warrant back to back posts in GiantsGab history. Anyway, he scored an interview with Coughlin: Obviously you’re frustrated with some of the injuries. Is there anything you can do to guard against those things during training camp? Tom Coughlin: The thing […]

Giants Institute Player Mentoring Program:

From the New York Times NFL training camps begin next week, and with them the ritual of young players unfamiliar with a world where competition converges with unprecedented compensation and celebrity. For the first time, two N.F.L. teams — the Giants and the Ravens — have instituted player-driven mentorship programs in which rookies are paired with a […]

William Beaty Just Wants To Help:

From the Conneticut Post: To call UConn football coach Randy Edsall a Tom Coughlin disciple might be stretching the truth slightly. But a man who has now played for both insists the coaching apple didn’t fall far from the mentor’s tree. Will Beatty is a left tackle who spent five years at UConn playing for […]