Jerry Reese Will Not Be the NY Giants GM in 2015

Jerry Reese will not be the NY Giants GM in 2015.  I read an article today by Paul Schwartz of the NY Post.  So that’s my source.  Let’s take some excerpted quotes from Schwartz. 1) “How Jerry Reese is failing Eli Manning” – this is the title.  It’s pretty blunt.  Not your typical beat writer […]

SF 16 NYG 10

I thought McAdoo’s playcalling at 1st and Goal at the 4 after the great Beckham reception was bad.  3 consecutive fades? That’s the way the cookie crumbles. Do we really need to recap this game? Is there anything about the Giants in 2014 than hasn’t already been said?  Is there any kind of incremental enlightenment the […]

SEA 38 NYG 17

The not ready for primetime players’ traveling road show hit its 6th stop vs a team with a winning record, and they got dispatched yet again.  3-0 vs teams with a losing record, 0-6 vs teams with a winning record.  Not a good trend. First, some Giant postgame remarks can dig their own grave, and then we will shed […]

Seahawks tickets against Giants 26% below average

The New York Giants (3-5) have dropped three straight games and a trip to Seattle to face the 5-3 Seahawks will not make things easier. New York was embarrassed by the Indianapolis Colts on Monday Night Football, 40-24. New York faced a double digit deficit for nearly the entire game as its defense was unable […]

Seahawks Preview

Paul Beyer of 12for12s.com, a Seattle Seahawks blog, previewed the upcoming Giants game with UltimateNYG.  Listen to the podcast and drag the Minute bar to 38:00 for the interview/discussion.

IND 40 NYG 24

The score should fool no one.  It was 40-10 before garbage time.  The Giants were sleepwalking no-shows again and got throttled.  Uncompetitive. We have written about how injury-riddled the team is, year after year.  And we compiled a profile of how systemic and structural a problem this injury situation is for the franchise.  So here we watch a […]

Injuries Are a Serious Structural Problem for the NY Giants Franchise

New data has been compiled by this NY Giants blog that points to a systemic problem with NY Giants injuries.  While some may point to “1″ freak injury for Victor Cruz as a sign of randomness, data of NY Giants injuries since 2008 indicate a worsening trend and alarming underachievement from the organization in maintaining adequate physical conditioning […]

Daunting schedule ahead for Giants

The New York Giants are a lot better off through seven games than they were a year ago. In 2013, they got off to a sluggish 1-6 start and the playoffs were all but gone by this time of year. In 2014, however, they’re 3-4 and still have a chance to turn their season around […]

DAL 31 NYG 21

After the game was over, Giants fans were ‘atwitter’ trying to figure out who the Giants are.  This is the best we can do to answer that question: GIANTS WINS HOUSTON 3-3 WASHINGTON 2-5 ATLANTA 2-5 GIANTS LOSSES DETROIT 5-2 ARIZONA 5-1 PHILADELPHIA 5-1 DALLAS 5-1 So unfortunately is not very complicated.  The Giants are […]

PHL 27 NYG 0

If you would have told me before the season started that in Week 6 the NY Giants would lose 27-0 to the Eagles, I would not have been surprised.  But after the last 3 weeks, when the Giants started getting some traction (OL 3 sacks allowed in 3 games), expectations were raised.  While we understood […]

Eagles Eye Preview

We did a Q&A Exchange with Bloguin Network’s Philly Site, Eagles Eye. Here are the 7 things that the Eagles will see in 2014 from the Gmen that they did not see last year. Below in this post are UltimateNYG’s questions posed to Tom Jackson with his answers. Tom- Hi Andrew! Thanks for the opportunity to once […]

Eagles and Cowboys up next on Giants schedule

The New York Giants looked like they were headed for an 0-6 hole again after the first two weeks of the season, but suddenly look like a new team and sit at 3-2. It took a few bumps and bruises, but Eli Manning and the rest of the offense seem to be on the same […]

NYG 30 ATL 20

The Giants were 0-2, and on the Thursday before their game with Houston, McAdoo remarked that the Giants Offense looked as good in that practice as he had seen them.  In the next 3 games, the Offense would turn things around and the team is now 3-2.  My 6-10 forecast has been McAdoo’d, and no […]

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Offensive Line Quarter Pole Review: Pulling Guards Driving Interior

John Jerry was a driving force behind the Giants big day on the ground in Week 3 (recorded a 2.0 run blocking grade). I’d estimate that on nearly half of the Giants’ runs Jerry pulled play side leading the way (in lieu of a fullback, which the Giants have rarely used this season) for the back. […]

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