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NFC East Week 13

New York Giants In typical Giants fashion a first quarter turnover put the team in a 7-0 hole early on. While the Giants were able to mount a comeback and tie it up late in the fourth, the Cowboys were able to put together a game winning drive that ended in a short field goal. […]

NFC East Week 12

New York Giants Now the winners of four straight the Giants are in prime position to salvage this season. Welcome back to all the fair weather fans, us die-hards have been loyal all season. In my first post I said the culture of this defense changed when we acquired Jon Beason and he has clearly […]

NFC East Week 11

New York Giants Playoffs? You’re talking playoffs? I’m sure we’ve all heard the rant by Coach Mora that became infamous through the Coors light parody, but the most applicable part of that post-game interview to this Giants team is when Coach Mora says “I just hope we can win another game!” Despite being the winners […]

NFC East Week 10

New York Giants Week 9 was a tough week for the Giants despite being off. After gaining some ground in the NFC East in week 8, the Giants slid back down in the standings following wins by Philly, Washington and Dallas. On the bright side, Andre Brown should return to the backfield to face the […]

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 […]

New York Giants Second Half Season Preview

Not many people expected the New York Giants to be at the bottom of the NFC East after eight games, but that’s where they sit with a 2-6 record. As disappointing as the season may have been so far for the Giants and their fans, the team is only two games out of the division […]

Giants Work Out A Ton of Players

A little known fact is that every year the Giants lead the league in workouts of potential players — and Tuesday’s workout list is a good indication why. TWENTY players worked out for the GMEN yesterday. 2 – 0. via The National Football Post: The New York Giants tried out 20 players, including former New […]

Giants-Redskins Week One Injury Report

GIANTS Out: CB Prince Amukamara (foot), LB Jonathan Goff (knee), DE Osi Umenyiora (knee) Questionable: TE Travis Beckum (hamstring), DE Justin Tuck (foot) REDSKINS Out: S LaRon Landry (hamstring) Questionable: S O.J. Atogwe (hamstring), WR Brandon Banks (knee), TE Chris Cooley (knee), WR Donte Stallworth (shoulder), RB Ryan Torain (hand)

Robert Nunn

I had a few minutes and found what I could about Robert Nunn. Robert Nunn was the defensive line coach for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He played linebacker at Oklahoma State. Nunn joined the Green Bay Packers on February 8, 2005 as a defensive tackles coach, but was let go along with the majority of the […]

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 […]