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Posts Tagged ‘Week 5’

Giants Beat Up On Texans, Win 34-10

Once again, the Giants were dominant on both sides of the ball, as they beat up on the Texas in Houston. The offense was great, the defense was spectacular and they looked like the Giants of a few years ago. The Giants started off the scoring in the first quarter after a great drive that […]

Giants Texans Halftime Thoughts

Yeah, that’ll do. Hell of a first half for the Giants, as they’re winning 24-3. Defense was all over the Texans. Offense was moving the ball and making plays. The Giants looked like a complete team in this first half. After a rough first series or two, the Giants got it together. The Eli Manning […]

Next Day Thoughts: Giants Raiders

First off, a big Thank You to Mark Picucci, who did a tremendous job filling in for me  yesterday while I was out of town. I taped the game, watched it on my day off (thank you Mr. Columbus) and am ready to share some thoughts. – Are the Raiders really that bad? I think they […]

Giants Raiders Game Preview

The woeful 1-3 Raiders travel to the Meadowlands to take on the undefeated Giants.  The Giants are hurting, with injuries to what seems like everyone on the team. However, the Raiders lack of talent should not be a problem for the depleted Giants. INJURIES: GIANTS OUT: DT Chris Canty (calf); CB Aaron Ross (hamstring); and […]

5 Keys to Beating the Raiders

Here they are… 5 Keys to beating the woeful Raiders. 1. Blitz, Blitz, and Blitz some more Let’s face it: JaMarcus Russell is not a good QB. I thought he might break out this year, but I was proven very, very wrong. If the Giants get pressure on him, he’ll have a very difficult time. […]

Why You Don’t Count Your Chickens…

I saw this from Paul Schwartz over at the NY Post this morning: “NEXT stop, 5-0. Well, maybe not the very next stop, but that’s the destination the Giants should be headed, starting with Sunday’s soft landing in Tampa, followed by a cushy trip to Kansas City then a comfy return home to meet and […]