Giants 2014 Preseason Opponents Released

The NFL released the 2014 preseason matchups today, with actual dates and times to be announced, unless otherwise stated.The Giants opponents are as follows: Sunday, August 3, 8 PM. Hall of Fame Game Giants vs. Buffalo Bills. Originally selected because of the induction of former Giant Michael Strahan and former Bill Andre Reed, the game […]

6 days ago by Tim Gallagan

Retooling the Giants Defense and Special Teams

Earlier we explored the steps the Giants have taken this offseason to Fix their Broken offense. The Giant defense was solid last season after their acquisition of linebacker Jon Beason from the Carolina Panthers on October 4. However, this offseason, the unit is being heavily retooled as the team is adjusting their strategy based on […]

2 weeks ago by Tim Gallagan

Fixing the Giants Broken Offense

After the disappointing end to the 2013 season, New York Giants co-owner John Mara was quoted as saying that the Giants offense “Is broken right now and we need to fix that.” It was a message to GM Jerry Reese, Coach Tom Coughlin, the players, media, and fans, that this off season would be one […]

2 weeks ago by Tim Gallagan
Seattle Seahawks v New York Giants

Super Bowl 48 – What are we left with?

The Seahawks just pounded the Broncos into submission Sunday night to earn their first ever Super Bowl title.  So what are we, the Giants faithful, taking away from all this? For starters, there is comfort in the notion that Defense still wins championships. In this day and age of the offense-friendly NFL , with its […]

February 2014 by fiveboroball

Interview with First Round Pick Justin Pugh

Last night at Bar Nana in New York’s Meat Packing District, I had the opportunity to interview the starting right tackle for the Giants, Justin Pugh. Pugh was endorsing Conair’s 2-Blade All-in-One Trimmer that was on display last night. Pugh was extremely kind to us and lent us a few minutes to talk about his […]

November 2013 by Rich

New York Giants Miss the Postseason; What Caused the Collapse?

The 2012 NFL season is now over for the Super Bowl Champions, the New York Giants. Until a new team earns the crown on February 3rd, the Giants are still the Champions. However, they will not be defending their title after being eliminated from the playoffs when the Bears defeated the Lions in week 17. […]

January 2013 by Craig
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From November Swoon to December Doom

If there is one thing we have learned in the Tom Coughlin and Eli Manning era, it is do not ever count them out of laying an egg. And the Giants are as good as anyone at it. Yesterday’s 34-0 drumming by the Atlanta Falcons did not end the Giants season, which is somewhat unfortunate […]

December 2012 by Rich

Injuries Abound, Giants Travel to Hotlanta

One thing that Tom Coughlin spoke about when he became the head coach of the New York Giants, was that he was going to be better at preventing injuries. Well it is tough to hold it against him with the two Super Bowl Championships, but to be fair he has been much worse than Jim […]

December 2012 by Rich

How Does Steve Weatherford Get Fit?

Stever Weatherford and the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City, the Official Hospital of the New York Giants have teamed up for a good cause, and are providing an excellent opportunity for a lucky Giants fan to meet some of their favorite Giants legends. The contest is simple, and it encourages fans to maintain […]

December 2012 by Craig

Bradshaw Has Not Been Ruled Out, Yet

If you are a New York Giants fan, you understand the problems that Ahmad Bradshaw has staying healthy. The style of his play is the main cause of his injury problems. But unfortunately it is the only way he knows how to play the game, and quite frankly he would not be that good if […]

December 2012 by Rich