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History Of The New York Giants (1980-1989)

Continuing with Giants history, today will focus on the 1980’s a decade that introduced the world to Lawrence Taylor, Bill Parcells and a Super Bowl victory. 1980: Quarterback Phil Simms experiences a sophomore slump, and becomes “Phil Boo” to the press and fans in a season plagued by interceptions. The Giants would go on to […]

Should Giants Panic?

The Giants lose two in a row (gasp!) and the football world is ready to anoint them as busts. While that might sound ridiculous, it does hold a pertinent question: Should the Giants panic? The answer, quite simply, quite emphatically, is no. Sure, the Giants lost two in a row. Plax isn’t there. Eli seems to be in […]

NFLPA Appeals Suspension and Fine of Burress

The NFL Players Association today filed a grievance against the suspension and fine that was given to six-shooter Plaxico Burress. The suspension and fine came after Burress shot himself by accident in a nightclub about a week and a half ago. The call by the union is that the G-Men violated the collective bargaining agreement […]

Giants Toughness Wears Down Steelers in 21-14 Win

Even though they were outplayed for three quarters for the most part, the New York Giants again on Sunday proved why a return trip to the big game in early February is not out of the question. Out scoring the Pittsburgh Steelers 12-0 in the fourth quarter, the Giants outlasted the Black and Gold, 21-14 […]

Manning and Giants Mauled by Cleveland 35-14

Every once in awhile Eli Manning has a game where he plays about as bad as any QB can play. Monday night vs the Cleveland Browns at Browns Stadium was one of those nights. The Super Bowl Champion Giants came to Cleveland with the number one ranked offense, third ranked defense, and an undefeated record, […]

Giants Talking to Eagles First-Round Bust Jerome McDougle

It looks as if former Eagles first-round draft pick Jerome McDougle will not be out of work for long.  Having his best camp as an Eagle was not enough for him to earn a roster spot in Philly, but it looks as if division rival New York is going to take a flier on McDougle.  […]

Strahan Done; Active Sack Leader Set to Retire

It looks like it’s finally the end of the road for one of, if not the greatest pass rusher of all-time, as reports say that Giants DE Michael Strahan is ready to call it quits. FoxSports.com is reporting that Strahan wanted to finalize his decision before the defending Super Bowl champs gathered for mini-camp. “It […]

Giants and Tynes Agree on a Five-Year Deal

While he struggled early in the year, in the end, Lawrence Tynes came through when he had to, and becuase of it he has landed a new five-year deal that will keep him with the Super Bowl Champs.  The Newark Star-Ledger is reporting that the Giants and Tynes have agreed to a new a five-year, […]