NY Giants Injury Catalog

UltimateNYG has written extensively about NY Giants (and NFL) injuries over the past year.  Our work actually dates back to 2009 when the problem first surfaced.  We catalog our research, editorials, important external links and conclusions here in one place.  At the end is a table with injury data for all 32 teams. 2009 Hamstrings […]

An Interview with FabriWorld Fitness about NYG Injuries

In our continued effort to educate our readers about what is really going on with the NY Giants injuries, we interviewed Fabri Sion of FabriWorld.  UltimateNYG is on a mission to get to the truth about this issue.  We said last year that there was something structurally wrong with the NY Giants S&C program, and […]

Lack of Respect From JPP

JPP is burning a lot more than digits on his hand.  He’s burning bridges with his behavior. His decision to not allow the Giants to speak with him, his doctors, or review his medical condition is within his rights.  After all, he is not under contract.  But that door swings both ways. He’s rapidly losing […]

JPPlaxico

First things first- we wish JPP a speedy recovery. The parallels between JPP and Plaxico Burress are eerie. Both: were stars when their incident occurred had self-inflicted non life-threatening wounds incidents occurred due to illegal activity stars showed a tremendous lack of judgment have questionable physical outcomes with a general pronouncement of being able to return […]

Apologists, Cover Up Artists, Deniers and Lemmings

Our incremental edge right now is that we see the Giants injury picture very clearly.  Somehow, the rest of the NY Giants universe, with the exception of Glenn Warciski of Giants Underground, are APOLOGISTS, COVERUP ARTISTS, DENIERS or LEMMINGS. Why am I being so blunt, to the point of offending some who disagree?  The answer […]

Walter Thurmond Talks NYG Injuries

ProFootballTalk picked up on a story from an interview with Walter Thurmond.  Thurmond notes that Coughlin isn’t a fan of new-age medical practices.  Alas, by accident we get anecdotal information on the comparison of strength & conditioning practices of 3 organizations. We have been contending for quite some time that there is a structural problem […]

Giants In Bottom-Half Of The NFL In Miles-Traveled For 2015 NFL Season

The New York Giants will try to rejoin the playoff picture with a full season of Eli Manning and Odell Beckham Jr. working together. Beckham Jr. won the 2014 Offensive Rookie of the Year award despite missing the first four games of the season due to injury. He finished the season with 91 receptions, 1,305 […]

Mainstream Media Crime of Omission

These are the moments I am glad that we blog.  We fill a need.  We speak to issues that need discussing while the mainsteam media is silent.  You, our community, get to share these ideas and bypass the agenda of the mainstream. The issue about NY Giants serial injuries was first discussed here in October 2014.  The mainstream media, via […]

Devon Kennard

It is really exciting for this NY Giants blog to talk about a rising star at Linebacker.  That player is Devon Kennard.  God forbid this venerable franchise ever commit the kind of draft resources to this position that we believe it needs, let alone deserves.  Somehow, after years, seemingly decades of willful neglect, a 5th […]

Continued Verification of UltimateNYG Draft Analysis

This site has made a point of verifying our track record in draft predictions.  Wonder, the Draft analyst for UltimateNYG NY Giants blog, has once again bested the GMs using their own option as a filter of performance. GMs had a 5th year option on Round 1 picks from the 2011 draft.  They chose their players and we […]

Who is Luke Richesson?

Who is Luke Richesson, and why does it matter to the NY Giants?  I mean, this is a NY Giants blog, so why are we interested in the Strength & Conditioning Coach of the Denver Broncos?  The answer is that he is just an ordinary guy doing his job to keep his team healthy, fit […]

Beatty Injured. Giants Perennially Injured.

When I heard the news that Will Beatty had torn his pectoral muscle and was going to be out 5-6 months, all I could think about was this persistent injury problem that the Giants continue to face, YEAR AFTER FREAKING YEAR.  We have documented this problem.  We have said it time and again that the Giants […]

Bullish on the 2015 Giants- Part 2

In the first post this past weekend, we discussed some macro arguments for why the Giants could win between 10 or 11 games this coming season.  Among those points: OC Ben McAdoo’s offense has been learned.  Players are no longer thinking, they are just playing. DC Steve Spagnuolo is a significant upgrade who can make […]

Bullish on the 2015 Giants

This NY Giants blog strives for objectivity.  We predicted somewhere between 6 and 7 wins last year.  It was not because we loved the team any less.  It was because we looked at what the team had and did not want to bias ourselves or our readers.  I think this objectivity gives us additional credibility when we turn […]

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