The great Archie Manning chats with Boomer and Carton about his sons, Eli and Peyton, and where they are in their careers.
Despite all the “ifs” and uncertainty facing the Giants, head coach Tom Coughlin believes 2015 will be a success, even if it does take a long, arduous offseason to accomplish it.
In 2014, the New York Giants (6-10) committed over $116 million in free agent contracts in order to avoid a repeat of the 2013 season. Unfortunately, injuries derailed Big Blue’s season before it ever started, and the team continues to be a work-in-progress.
For a team that wasn’t in the playoff hunt for most of the season and has missed the postseason the past three years, the New York Giants are heading into the offseason with a lot of optimism.
The New York Giants (6-10) hoped to end their season on a winning note, as much as the Philadelphia Eagles (10-6) wanted to end a three-game losing streak. The Birds got a blocked punt for a touchdown and withstood an Odell Beckham onslaught to beat Big Blue 34-26 at MetLife Stadium.
Tom Coughlin would not address his employment status after Sunday’s season finale: “I’m going to go about my business, just as I always do, until I’m told otherwise.”
The problems that have revealed themselves in the last month are all correctable, and Manning is in a perfect position to make the critics regret their words.
The Giants are closing out a lost season with some serious pride.
The St. Louis Rams (6-9) thought they could bully the New York Giants (6-9) and their rookie receiver Odell Beckham, Jr. When the dust settled, Beckham had two more touchdown catches, and the Rams came out on the wrong end of a 37-27 decision.
The Rams (6-8) present a difficult challenge in St. Louis, specifically because they own the NFL’s most aggressive defense.
Boomer listened to his radio partner’s reasoning and then declared that choosing Jay Cutler over Eli Manning might be the dumbest thing Craig has ever said on this radio show.
Eli Manning has had good rapport with receivers throughout his distinguished career, but the Giants’ quarterback and rookie Odell Beckham Jr. are taking things to an entirely different level.
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The New York Giants (4-9) hoped to get a mini-win streak started after last week’s demolition of the Tennessee Titans in Nashville last week. This week, the dysfunctional Washington Redskins (3-10) came to town, fresh off a shutout loss to the St. Louis Rams and a full blown quarterback contriversy to boot.
Colt McCoy has been cleared to play Sunday against the Giants at MetLife Stadium despite a neck injury, so it appears he will start again over Robert Griffin III and Kirk Cousins.