The New York Giants have promoted Sean Ryan to quarterbacks coach and promoted Kevin Gilbride, Jr., the son of their offensive coordinator, to receivers coach.
Sunday night was epic for Neil Keefe as his Giants won Super Bowl XLVI, and he shares his thoughts from the 21-17 win over the Patriots.
No more hot seat for Tom Coughlin. No more second-guessing. The 65-year-old made NFL history on Sunday.
Unfortunately for Brandon Jacobs, he may not have a chance to prove Jerry Rice wrong. The Stick could well become a quagmire by game time Sunday.
Tough luck, Frisco fans. Eli Manning is feeling just fine.
Neil Keefe is joined by Scott Hyman of Barstool Sports to talk about the Giants’ improbable run, how they were able to win in Green Bay and why they will win the NFC Championship Game in San Francisco.
The Giants can match Aaron Rodgers point for point. Credit for that goes to Eli Manning and his receiving corps which has emerged as one of the NFL’s elite.
Heading into Sunday’s wild-card game against the Falcons at MetLife Stadium, the Giants are — get this — the league’s worst team at running the rock.
For only the second time this season, the Giants head into Sunday’s game against Washington coming off consecutive 100-yard rushing efforts as a team.
If the last two games against Green Bay and Dallas have taught us anything about the Giants’ postseason hopes, it is that all of them — and we mean ALL of them — rest on the shoulders of one Elisha Nelson Manning.
The Giants came away with the win, which is all that matters. But despite the elation from last night that has carried over into today, Neil Keefe looks at the old saying, “If you’re not part of the solution, you’re part of the problem.”
To quote Thomas Jefferson as he opined about a farmer’s uprising in Massachusetts, “a little rebellion now and then is a good thing.”
The Giants are taking a broken-down roster into New Orleans, where the Saints are putting up nearly 40 points per game this season.
Neil Keefe has become an expert when it comes to Giants collapses. There are certain signs of a collapse he’s grown familiar with during the Tom Coughlin era and especially over the last two years. Those signs came out on Sunday night at MetLife Stadium.
Neil Keefe analyzes the Giants’ loss to the 49ers and previews the importance of the game against the Eagles with some help from quotes from the Giants from Sunday and Monday.