Posts Tagged ‘tom brady’

Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. Ranks 5th In NFL Jersey Sales in the Month of May

Not only did Giants second-year WR Odell Beckham Jr. get honored with the Madden 15 cover in the month of May, but also people were buying his Giants NFL jersey at a solid pace. The wide out ranked 5th in jersey sales according to NFL Shop, behind just Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota, Buccaneers QB Jamies […]

Hallelujah! It’s Finally Over!

Hallelujah! It’s Finally Over! By Martin Alvin Finally, mercifully, the 2013 NFL football season is officially, over. Hallelujah! Of course, for Giants fans, it ended a hell of a lot earlier than last Sunday night; to all intents and purposes, it ended way back in October with a God-awful 0-6 start. And even though that […]

Mind-Boggling Bias!

Mind-Boggling Bias! By Martin Alvin Mind-boggling is defined as: Intellectually or emotionally overwhelming. Bias is defined as: That which prevents objective consideration of an issue or situation. So, based on those definitions, it’s, factually, accurate to say; it’s mind-boggling, bias when Giants’ fans -– in spite of the facts available to them — continue to […]

Giants Can Learn From The – Uchhh! – Jets

Giants Can Learn From The – Uchhh! – Jets. By Martin Alvin En-route to a horrible 0-6 start, the Giants didn’t run the ball well with dancing, darting, impatient, David Wilson and Eli was taking way too many seven step drops and throwing way too many bombs that morphed into interceptions –- all of which […]

5 Bye Week Storylines Leading Up to Super Bowl XLVI

We’ve finally reached that point where we can say so long to the bye week, and really start getting ready for Super Bowl XLVI. The teams will be leaving for Indy on Sunday, and media day will be Tuesday as things will really start to heat up. With that said, here’s the top 5 storylines […]

Lockout Next Season Is “Very Likely”

From ESPN NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith says the chance of a lockout after next season is a “14” on a scale of 1-to-10. Painting a bleak labor outlook Thursday, Smith said the NFL would receive $5 billion from its network television deals even if no games are played in 2011. He regarded […]

History Of The New York Giants (2000-Present)

This will wrap up the decade by decade look at the history of the New York Giants and will focus on the Giants of the 2000’s.  I will continue with history about players, coaches and stadiums of the Giants next. 2000: Picked by most experts to finish in last place at the start of the […]

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 […]

Pro-Football Focus Giants Redskins Game Recap

One of my favorite Football Websites is Profootballfocus.com becuase it attempts to systematically break down each players performance on each play in every game. It also has a spreadsheet with how many plays each player played in the game. Let’s take a look (courtesy profootballfocus.com) at some of the information from the game.   First […]

Breaking News (Talking-Points): New York Giants Stolen Replaced by Alien Imposters, Decide Playoffs Not Worth Playing Extra Games. They’re Tired They Just Want to Go Home and Collect Their Paychecks.

WoW. I usually wait to do the talking-points after I dissect the game more, but let me get right into it now I can’t hold back anything anymore. What an embarassing, gutless performance. I can sum this whole post up in 25   words. Terrible Offensive line play (pass on Chris Snee). Terrible Defensive line play […]