NY Giants tickets preview for remaining September schedule

The New York Giants are somehow always a threat to come out of nowhere and make a run at another Super Bowl. They didn’t come close to doing that in 2013, however, as they started the season in an 0-6 hole and really never recovered. That rough start and overall mediocre season led to a […]

New York Giants tickets down 21% for Texans game

The New York Giants have struggled through the first two weeks of the 2014 NFL season, but have a chance to redeem themselves with a Week 3 home battle against the Houston Texans. Houston has quickly made it’s name on the defensive end through two games, as they’ve dispatched the Redskins and Raiders with apparent […]

The Palmieri Factor

At the end of the 2013 season, we asked for 3 coaches to be replaced.  They were OC Kevin Gilbride, ST Tom Quinn and Strength and Conditioning Coach Jerry Palmieri.  Palmieri has been with Coughlin since … Jacksonville.  While there is obviously something said to be for experience, there is also a lot to be […]

AZ 25 NYG 14

The Giants lost today, but we’ll talk about the game in a couple of moments. What is your time frame for the Gmen?  If your time frame for the team is 2015, then today was ok.  If your time frame for the team is 2014, then today was an unmitigated disaster.  Since we predicted 6-10 […]

The Lack of Integrity of Roger Goodell

Regulars to this NY Giants blog know that we are not fans of Roger Goodell. And then there was Ray Rice. Roger Goodell is a two-faced liar who has been filled with hypocrisy many times in the past. One of the best examples of this is how Goodell tried to promote a healthier NFL that […]

DET 35 NYG 14

You may think I am crazy, but I saw more good things than bad in this loss.  Regulars to this NY Giants blog know that I do not sugar coat anything and I only give free passes if they are earned.  The Giants were beaten. But they were not sorely outplayed the way they were […]

At long last, the beginning of 2014

The season has finally arrived.  Sunday was great, with football back for 2014.  They can talk about the Thursday kickoff all they want, but nothing is football like the smorgasbord of Sunday.  We saw many favorites struggle.  And more than a few lost.  ATL, MINN, MIA, TEN, BUF and CAR were 6 underdogs who won […]

Schwartz Lost for 7 Weeks

Everyone breathed a sigh of relief last week when the North Carolina doctor gave a better assessment of Schwartz’s dislocated toe.  This meant Schwartz would be able to return quicker, with many eyeing a start after 2 or possibly 3 games.  Yesterday we learned that by placing Schwartz on the short term IR, he will […]

Predicting the Giants Season Record in 2014

In striving for objectivity, we need to use a tool that can assess the Giants chances for wins and losses in each game without interjecting an opinion.  For this, we went to an online sports betting site to see what the money says about the Giants and each team they play against in the schedule. […]

This 53 man roster is not pretty

I have been polite this preseason.  Out of respect for the players, front office, & coaches, I have urged patience and time to let 2014 play itself out.  But along the way a few more developments have occurred that are noteworthy: 1) We have not seen any QB pressure from the first string Defensive Line. […]

Enough of Preseason. Onto the Regular Season.

I watched the replay of the NYG-NYJ game.  I listened on radio to the first half of the NYG-NE game.  Folks, this is going to be a long season.  Buckle up.  The offense has simply not made the improvements it needs to make to be ready for week 1.  It will improve as the season […]

Reese and Palmieri in Round 1

Let’s review Reese in Round 1 of the NFL Draft: 2007- Aaron Ross (hamstring) 2008- Kenny Phillips (knee) 2009- Hakeem Nicks (his entire brittle body) 2010- Jason Pierre-Paul (back) 2011- Prince Amukamara (foot) 2012- David Wilson (neck) 2013- Justin Pugh 2014- Odell Beckham (hamstring) Do you see a pattern?  Why have 8 of the 9 […]

NYG 27 IND 26

Oh, the final score, if it could only tell the real story.  About the only good thing that happened was the final score.  The rest of the game (Q1-Q3) was sloppy, if you are in the optimist’s camp. And it was awful if you are modest in your expectations for this season.  We are modest […]

NYG 20 Steelers 16

Having had family commitments on a weekend summer evening, I was only able to “steel” away to watch about ~70% of the preseason contest.  Nonetheless, the simple message is that the Giants are a work in progress.  How much progress is being made is the question.  Steve Serby, for one, was blunt about the glass […]

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