Despite Tuck’s denials, turns out it was the real thing — and he still isn’t happy.
The Giants were great at preventing their opponents from breaking loose in the playoffs. But it seems the NFL champs aren’t so fantastic at keeping their Super Bowl ring under wraps.
Steve Weatherford and the Giants agreed to a five-year deal on Friday, keeping the clutch punter with Big Blue for the next half decade.
Weatherford’s first season with the Giants was so impressive they placed the franchise tag on him Monday.
Craig declared today to be ‘Sports Armageddon’ here in the big city and he had a laundry list reasons of why he feels that way.
Weatherford was a key contributor in the team’s run to the Super Bowl championship, both as a punter and a holder on kicks.
With 20 players set to become unrestricted free agents and Victor Cruz saying he wants more money, the Giants have some big decisions to make.
This writer was fortunate to be in the building for Super Bowl 46 (section 638, Row 20, seat 13, the next to last row in Lucas Oil Stadium). The following is to both discuss the game and discuss what was happening in the stadium during the game.
That’s right, our guy Eli went out to Peyton country and Mann-ed up against the New England Patriots.
Giants punter Steve Weatherford played a big role in the Giants success this season and he joined Boomer & Craig this morning, prior to boarding the team bus on the way to the Canyon of Hero’s, to talk about Big Blue’s magical run.
So what’s left for Eli Manning, other than to go for three Super Bowl MVPs, right?
New York Giants Punter Steve Weatherford collects throw-away cleats and shoes from his teammates and sends them to his hometown of Terra Haute, Indiana to help underprivileged children.
Make no mistake. The NFC champions don’t need thousands of screaming fans to remind them what’s at stake Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Will the Patriots manage to exact revenge in Super Bowl XLVI? Let’s try to surmise by taking a position-by-position look at the game’s participants.
So now we know. Tom Coughlin is superstitious. Well, a small part of him, anyway.