New York Giants
The road to perfection reached a dead end in the Arizona desert. Now the New England Patriots are back where a Super Bowl championship — and an unbeaten record — barely eluded them seven years ago.
Former New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck stops by for a chat with Boomer and Carton live from radio row.
“New York should know better. Out of all the people in the world, New York should know better. You can’t take the lion out of the man.”
New York Giants punter and fan of the show Steve Weatherford sits down on radio row with the boys and announces a fourth child is on the way.
Beckham Jr. had a rookie season for the ages. In just 12 games, the All-Pro caught 91 passes for 1,305 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Beyond our native hubris, do we have absolutely anything to be proud of? Do we have any hardihood on the hardwood, diamond or gridiron?
“I definitely feel the right team won,” Bruschi said. “The way we played, the way they played, they should have won.”
Following the Patriots’ blowout victory over the Colts in the AFC championship game on Sunday, former Giants kicker Lawrence Tynes did some trash talking on Twitter.
“The feeling I have is one of excitement,” Spags said Thursday. “We’re going to work our butts off, and hopefully we will do great things together.” They did before.
Spagnuolo was the Giants’ defensive coordinator in 2007 and 2008. He was the architect of the defense that stopped Tom Brady and the Patriots’ dream of a 19-0 season in Super Bowl XLII.
“We obviously need to add some pieces,” Mara said. “We need to have another strong draft. We need to pick and choose in free agency some guys who can help us.”
Ernie Accorsi knew Fox would have been good for the Giants 15 years ago. There’s nothing that should make the Chicago consultant think any different now.
After missing the first four games due to injury, the 22-year-old caught 91 passes for 1,305 yards and 12 touchdowns in 12 games.
“Something that I gathered from coach Coughlin in a short period of time is faces change, but his expectations never will. He’s a man of consistency, so we love playing for him.”
Commissioner Roger Goodell got a strong vote of confidence from team owners on a day a league-hired investigator determined the NFL botched the Ray Rice case, but found no evidence of a cover-up.