Coach Tom Coughlin said the other day that he slipped on the grass and nobody noticed. Well, maybe that’s because his players are having a hard time keeping their feet on the field.
Tom Coughlin is approaching this the only way he can – by telling his players that the Super Bowl season is over.
Every Super Bowl championship team opens the following season with a mission to repeat. So why, then, have teams won back-to-back titles only eight times in the 46-year history of the game?
Coach Tom Coughlin closed minicamp with very specific instructions: Remember what made you a champion, and make sure you are responsible and safe as you prepare for the season.
The Patriots’ claiming of injured tight end Jake Ballard sent a ripple through the Giants’ complex that will be felt at least until the team proves it has a quality replacement.
Could it be that lightning struck in the same place twice? That’s exactly what happened at Giants headquarters during the NFL Draft as the team was able to grab two of its projected first-round picks in the opening two rounds
Sometimes, you just get a bit lucky. The Giants had a tough choice at No. 32 — and that’s a good thing.
Giants GM Jerry Reese will look at the team’s draft board tonight at around 11:30 p.m. and continue the path that was set forth by the late George Young many years ago – he will prioritize the remaining lot by “best player available.”
So what’s left for Eli Manning, other than to go for three Super Bowl MVPs, right?
Are the Giants the hunters or the hunted? The Patriots are slight favorites in Vegas, although most analysts are picking the Giants to grab the ring in this rematch.
Super, but not in typical fashion. The Giants heavily relied on the arm of Eli Manning and two game-changing special teams plays to outlast the 49ers.
By Paul Dottino » More Columns So both teams have gotten what they wished for this week. There are Giants who said they preferred to draw the San Francisco 49ers rather than the New Orleans […]
Call it unfinished business. Or revenge, if you will. The Giants dominated the Green Bay Packers en route to a 37-20 victory in the NFC Divisional playoffs on Sunday at Lambeau Field.
Honestly, can it get any better? The Giants and the Packers, two of the most historic franchises in NFL history, in a playoff game at Lambeau Field.
Nothing short of hard work, intensity and discipline will allow the Giants to advance through this postseason.
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