Michael Vick is showing less patience in the pocket, committing more turnovers and making fewer long completions. Is he regressing?
In the past five quarters, the New York Giants have gone from a division winner looking at a first-round playoff bye to a team needing help from the Chicago Bears to get into the postseason. Blame? That was something the players reserved for themselves, and not coach Tom Coughlin.
Even though the Yankees came two wins shy of returning to the World Series and the Giants collapsed for the second season in a row, 2010 was a good year. Let’s start the countdown…
The key for the New York Giants is running the ball. Have any doubts? Look at the numbers heading into the Giants’ possible playoff clincher at Green Bay on Sunday.
There’s no denying McCoy is right — at least for now. The City of Brotherly Love really stuck it to the Big Apple last week.
Giants punter Matt Dodge spoke to Boomer & Carton to debunk a report that Tom Coughlin planned to cut him before changing his mind.
Giants safety Antrell Rolle joined Joe and Evan to reflect on a gloomy Sunday but guarantee success in the future.
Tom Coughlin has his moments – and Monday, less than a day after watching his team give up 28 points in the final 7½ minutes and lose 38-31 to the Eagles, the Giants’ head coach turned comedian.
How big was the Giants’ debacle against the Eagles on Sunday? So big that we’re still talking about it two days later.
With Michael Vick, the Philadelphia Eagles always feel they’re in the game. It’s only fitting. After all, his remarkable comeback to the NFL is one of the most compelling stories in sports.
The post mortems on the game (and perhaps the season) will be savage. The New York Giants lost a game they had to win and that they had won. The Giants lost the lone game in NFL history decided by a punt return on the final play.
“I’ve never been around anything like this in my life,” said Tom Coughlin, whose job may be on the line if the Giants miss the playoffs for a second straight year. “It’s about as empty as you get to feel in this business, right there.”
When the final gun sounded on Sunday, the Giants were on the wrong end of a 38-31 defeat. This folks is what you call a ‘loss of epic proportions.’
Maybe the Eagles have a psychological edge over the Giants. Maybe the Giants were too fatigued to finish the job. Maybe they were overconfident after building a three-touchdown lead. Maybe there were some questionable coaching decisions. Or maybe Michael Vick really is THAT good.
Sunday’s Giants-Eagles matchup was quite a treat if you happened to tune in… unless you’re a fan of New York’s Big Blue.