4 New York Giants Experts to Follow on Twitter

Ryan SimonCorrespondent IIMay 28, 2012

4 New York Giants Experts to Follow on Twitter

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    If you're a New York Giants fan on Twitter, you have to follow these four accounts. 

    I love keeping my pulse on everything white and blue, and these guys help me do that.

    Twitter is a great way to not only connect with family and friends, but other people who have common interests. 

    These are definitely four people that have common interests that all Giants fans have, so let's take a look at them. 

Art Stapleton

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    "NY Giants beat writer and NFL columnist for The Record (NJ). All-Pro combo of journalism, enthusiasm & sarcasm. Proud husband & dad."

    You can't really go wrong following Art Stapleton. He may be one of the lesser knowns of the beat writers in this group, but his information is legitimate. 

    I personally didn't run into his account until later on in the year, but I'm glad I did. Stapleton knows his stuff. 

Mike Garafolo

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    Right from Mike Garafolo's Twitter caption: "I jumped on the Giants beat for the Star-Ledger and NJ.com in '04 - same year as Coughlin and Eli. The three of us combined: FOUR Super Bowl rings."

    You can find Mike here. He's a good guy and he's always a reliable source for everything Giants related. 

    He tries/succeeds on putting a new spin on everything he reports and he's loves the Giants as much as the next guy,

    Garafolo is always a reliable source for everything Giants related, and I highly recommend him. 

Ralph Vacchiano

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    "Ralph Vacchiano covers the NFL and Giants for the NY Daily News. The Syracuse alum also hosts on SiriusXM NFL Radio and literally wrote the book on Eli Manning."

    Ralph Vacchiano is great. You can already find his tweets on the New York Giants Team Stream, and he's not joking when he said he wrote the book on Eli Manning

    There's no reason for a Giants fan with a Twitter account to not follow Ralph. 

    I haven't read the book myself yet, but there's no reason for a Giants fan with a Twitter account to not follow Ralph. 

    He's definitely a person you can always go to for G-Men information, no matter what day or time it is. 

Ohm Youngmisuk

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    "ESPN-NY Giants writer. Otherwise just a Thai kid who loves Mich. St., tennis and NBA (ex Nets writer) w/ slight obsession 4 old school rap/R&B/NewJackSwing/80s."

    He used to be a New Jersey Nets writer, but since they moved to Brooklyn, we won't hold it against him. Ohm Youngmisuk does his job well, and keeps tab on the New York Giants better than most writers. 

    You can find his tweets here, and if you're looking for the inside look on OTAs—he has that covered as well

    Even if he's on vacation, he'll make sure you get your Giants fix by recommending people you can follow.