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NFL: Brandon Jacobs Will Be the Key To the Giants’ Offense in 2010

Published on: 19th August, 2010

The Giants’ defense will play better in 2010.  After all, how could they possibly be any worse than they were in 2009?  After the New Orleans Saints exposed the Giant’s gruesome threesome—Michael Johnson, Aaron Rouse and C.C. Brown—during a 48-27 pummeling at the Superdome during week seven, the rest of the league ...

How New York Giant Fans Can Win an NFC East Title (Humor)

Published on: 22nd April, 2010

Giant fans, for the first time in the history of the NFL, we have the ability to literally win the Giants an NFC title.   As we all know, accusations are enough to get NFL players suspended these days, so, let’s mobilize. The Giants will be taking on the Colts in week ...

New York Giants: Perhaps We’ve Been Overestimating Them All Along

Published on: 5th January, 2010

Ok, so it’s a little shocking that after a 5-0 start to the season, the Giants proceeded to lose five of their next six games. And it’s nothing short of astonishing how the Giants were out-scored 85-16 over the past two weeks.  College basketball teams give up fewer points in two ...

Brian Kelly Becomes Notre Dame’s Fourth Head Coach in Eight Years

Published on: 11th December, 2009

Well, it’s official.  This afternoon Brian Kelly will be named the fourth Notre Dame football coach in the past eight years. Kelly led the University of Cincinnati to an undefeated season in 2009, and will take over his coaching responsibilities at Notre Dame starting immediately.   So, Notre Dame fans and alumni ...

There’s Only One Way To Get the New York Giants’ Offense Moving

Published on: 6th December, 2009

The key to beating the New York Giants is simple—concentrate all of your resources on stopping the passing game. If you are successful in doing that, you can more or less paralyze the Giants’ entire offensive unit.    While most NFL teams have the luxury of handing the ball off to horses, ...

Three Reasons Why Notre Dame’s Troubles Run Far Deeper Than Charlie Weis

Published on: 18th November, 2009

1) The SEC, Big Ten, Pac-10 and Big 12 Yes, Notre Dame Football is rich in history and tradition; there’s no question about that. Countless books have been written and Hollywood movies have been made about the tradition that is Notre Dame Football. However, that was then and this is now. Let’s be completely ...

For Giants Fans, There’s No Need To Wait Until Monday Morning

Published on: 8th November, 2009

It’s easy to be a Monday mourning quarterback. The ancient Roman’s were undoubtedly questioning the decisions made by their favorite Gladiators in 476 A.D. Thousands of years later we’re still doing the same and we’ll continue it as long as there are games being played. That being said, no one at Giants Stadium ...

Time For The Giants To Change The Blueprint

Published on: 2nd November, 2009

We’ve all seen the Giants lose football games before. Some losses have been tougher than others, with yesterday’s loss to the Eagles certainly falling in the “tougher” category. However, losing a game and being unprepared for a game are two separate matters. And yesterday afternoon, the Giants were unprepared. During the Fox Pre-Game Show, ...

New York Giants: No Need To Reach For The Panic Button Just Yet

Published on: 28th October, 2009

There’s no need to send an angry mob out after Eli Manning. Ripping your brand new, $125 Brandon Jacobs jersey to threads would be a waste of time, energy and money. And we’re still at least two weeks away from calling for Tom Coughlin’s head.  Even though Coughlin led the team to ...

For The New York Giants, It’s Time To Sink Or Swim

Published on: 25th October, 2009

Last week, the Giants were tossed from their cozy little boat named Victory . In the three weeks prior to their horrific loss in New Orleans, Eli Manning and the Giants steamrolled their way through Tampa Bay, Kansas City and Oakland. Big deal. Tim Tebow and the University of Florida could have probably ...

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