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.
As the New York Football Giants continue to play out the string of the 2014 NFL season, a third straight campaign that will end without a playoff berth, many fans are left wondering where it went wrong. By connecting the dots, it becomes easy to see that Big Blue’s recent drafts are to blame.
The New York Football Giants will miss the NFL playoffs for a third consecutive season, and that fact alone makes the probability of changes very high as the calendar turns to 2015. The Giants spent over $114 million this off season, in a buying spree that was not worth the effort. So what is in store for the New York Giants this off season?
The Dallas Cowboys (7-3) head back to work after completing their bye week. The New York Giants (3-7) begin the process of playing out the string, but they do get a player back from the injury list this week.
Not everyone can make every game, so if you find yourself in need of a massive TV and lively atmosphere to pump you up, head to one of these New York City sports bars to catch all the action.
A disappointing 2013 season came to a premature end for New York Giants halfback David Wilson yesterday. The second year player from Virginia Tech was placed on season-ending injured reserve by the G-men, who activated running back Andre Brown from the injured list as well. Meanwhile, the Oakland Raiders running back Darren McFadden sat out practice with a pulled hamstring and looks unlikely to play on Sunday.
The New York Football Giants will face off against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium Sunday. Both teams are dealing with injuries to star defensive players.
When the New York Giants face off against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night, the game will feature one of the NFL’s most bitter rivalries. These teams have played at least two times per year since Dallas entered the league in 1960, and Cowboys lead the overall series, 57-43-2. It’s the season opener for both teams, so both squads will want to get off to a fast start.
The line between sports stardom and show business continue to blur. But one of the latest athletes to sign on to a small screen series, retired NFL quarterback Kurt Warner, said reality television doesn’t have to mean a public relations disaster — as long as it’s done right.
They don’t call them Big Blue for nothing, and we’re talking the fans, not just the team. The Giants will be playing hard against the Eagles this Sunday and G-Men’s diehard tailgaters will be showing their spirit in full blue force by wearing outfits that scream “Playoffs, here we come!” Here are some easy, Sunday morning tips to help Giants tailgaters get their fan on in splendid, Big Blue glory.
There are a few legendary hash-slingers that stand out from the rest and always draw a hopeful, hungry crowd. Here are some of the best grub masters to be found working the grills at every Giants game.
Traffic snarls at MetLife are as legendary as our boys in blue and may be even more pronounced this weekend. Here’s a run-down on when to arrive, when to leave and how to avoid the worst of the gridlock.
NFL Hall Of Famer Harry Carson Says He Never Would’ve Played Football Had He Known Effects Of Concussions
After more than 20 years of retirement, the legendary Giants linebacker suffers the residual effects of concussions to this day. But you can’t tell by looking at him.
Some of Big Blue’s greatest legends have come to fame not in the stadium, but in the parking lot. These are the ultimate fans’ fans; tailgating greats who started out with a lone hibachi and a boombox in the Fassel days and went on to run the best Giants’ tailgate parties MetLife Stadium has to offer.
Five years ago, New York Giants great George Martin walked across America in support of the first responders of 9/11.