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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 […]

Paul Schwartz Misleads Giants Fans

Paul Schwartz Misleads Giants Fans. By Martin Alvin Paul Schwartz wrote an interesting article in today’s NY Post. Not interesting because it was well written, it wasn’t. As a matter of fact, the opening sentence was so grammatically mangled it needed to be read twice. But it was interesting because of the way Mr. Schwartz […]

Just Shut Up And Play The Damn Game!

Just Shut Up And Play The Damn Game! By Martin Alvin When I was a kid –- about a thousand years ago -– a young heavy weight boxer was on the way to the World Championship. He called himself “The Greatest.” His real name, though, was Muhammad Ali, and he consistently predicted each victory. Some […]

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 […]

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 Fail to Close Out Steelers; Fall 24-20

Things seemed to be going just fine for the Giants Sunday up 20-10 in the fourth quarter. Then bottom dropped out – and the team paid for it. Pittsburgh scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter, and the Giants offense put up 9 yards in the quarter, and the result – a 24-20 loss to […]

2012 NFL Week Nine Preivew – Pittsburgh at New York Giants

Ben Roethlisberger vs Eli Manning. Each have won a pair of Super Bowls, and Sunday at MetLife Stadium the two will square off in a huge game as the Steelers visit the Giants in a week nine affair. New York comes in a 6-2, and coming off a big win last week in Dallas that […]

Jean-Paul Bergeaux’s List of Things for Week Six

Things I know. The Pittsburgh Steelers continue to be a top notch organization. Say what you will, and we don’t know how this season will finish, but the Steelers prove once again that they know how to build quality teams and pick quality coaches.  Ben Roethlisberger sounded really contrite (we’ll see) in his pre-return interviews.  […]

Prospect Profiles: RB Jahvid Best (CAL)

Up next in our series is Jahvid Best. One of the most dynamic and interesting prospects (in terms of where he will fall) in the N.F.L. Draft. Best has GREAT pure speed, and was really productive in college. Where will he end up? Will he make it far enough to get to the Giants in […]

Prospect Profiles: NT Dan Williams

UPDATE K.C. Joyner’s Draft Lab One of the most difficult scouting projects is grading an inconsistent player. When a player alternates between performing well and performing poorly, the issue is no longer a matter of whether or not he has professional-level potential. The question that has to be answered at that point is why there […]