1. Signing Antrel Rolle Was Great But The Giants Still Have Much Work To Do

    Like every other NFL team the Giants have needed to address virtually every position over the past five years. The aspect that separates them from the other 31 teams is that rarely has there ...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 4 years ago 1,034 reads 32 comments

  2. Should Jose Reyes Bat Third? Why the Mets Would Be Crazy Not to Do It

    It’s not officially spring training for the Mets until the manager puts himself under the microscope for a questionable decision...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 4 years ago 526 reads 25 comments

  3. Why Omar Minaya and the Mets Had a Much Better Offseason than Many Believe

    If nothing else, the Omar Minaya era certainly hasn’t lacked drama. At first he looked like another Frank Cashen in the making when he rebuilt a floundering Mets franchise...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 4 years ago 723 reads 31 comments

  4. Why Are Elite Receivers Being Shut Out In The Playoffs?

    Many believed that had Plaxico Burress not shot himself at a club in late November, the Giants would have been shoo-ins to make the Super Bowl, and favorites to hoist the Lombardi for the second straight year...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 4 years ago 605 reads 5 comments

  5. The Antonio Pierce Release Is A Tribute to the New York Giants Organization

    After four NFL championships and three Super Bowls, it’s easy to ignore the significance of maintaining a classy organization...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 4 years ago 1,332 reads 6 comments

  6. Super Bowl XLIV: Which Team Would Be Hurt by Rain the Most?

    In February of 2007, common logic said that any inconvenient weather conditions would undoubtedly benefit the NFC Champion Chicago Bears over the ringless Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 4 years ago 544 reads 1 comments

  7. The Current System Of Officiating Has To Change

    Last Sunday’s Vikings-Saints epic illustrated everything wonderful and demoralizing about America’s Game. Forty-four years of futility being erased with a single kick that could not have split the uprights more perfectly...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 4 years ago 509 reads 4 comments

  8. Kevin Gilbride and The New York Giants Are at a Dangerous Crossroads

    Throughout my time on Bleacher Report, I have been an adamant supporter of Kevin Gilbride. Through his head-scratching decisions (a third and goal run from the 8-yard line against San Diego? Ugh...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 4 years ago 1,454 reads 12 comments

  9. Placing the Perry Fewell Hiring in Perspective: Can He Revive Giants Defense?

    When news broke (for the third time) that Perry Fewell had officially signed on with the New York Giants, a sense of relief overcame fans...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 4 years ago 839 reads 9 comments

  10. New York Giants' Terrible Defensive Showing Should Be Call To Return to 3-4

    Ultimately, the 2009 regular season will be defined for the multitude of offensive juggernauts going off on weaker defenses.   One of those weaker defenses just happens to be a team generally renowned for it: the New York Giants...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 4 years ago 360 reads 8 comments

  11. Sanchez's Unimpressive Rookie Season Fogs Up a Bright Future For Jets

    History will remember Mark Sanchez as the rookie quarterback who led the Jets to the playoffs for the first time in three years...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 4 years ago 476 reads 28 comments

  12. An Angry Fan's View on How Offense Has Taken Over the NFL

    As the playoffs rapidly approach, an upsetting fact upstages everything else. Even the “race” for the AFC Wild Card. January will be an exhibition for the offenses. Defenses? Pull up a chair...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 4 years ago 217 reads 4 comments

  13. Giants Fans: Time To Put Your Heads Together

    While the Giants winning out would be a surprise in itself, it is still no given it would give the Giants their fifth playoff appearance in as many years...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 4 years ago 528 reads 2 comments

  14. Giants vs. Eagles Observations

    Doesn’t anyone play defense anymore?   Casual fans that just wanted to watch a game before hitting the hay got what they expected and more...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 4 years ago 347 reads 6 comments

  15. The Cowboys Did Not Outplay the Giants Sunday

    The trio of Kenny Albert, Daryl “Moose” Johnston, and Tony Siragusa has called a number of Giants games the last few seasons. Although the team the Giants have run out has varied over the years, Johnston’s halftime soliloquy has not.

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 4 years ago 460 reads 10 comments

  16. A New York Giants Super Bowl Run Would Be More Miraculous Than 2007

    The New York Giants know all about feeling lousy following Thanksgiving weekend. In 2007, the sense of despair rang throughout the Meadowlands before everyone even digested their Thanksgiving meals...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 4 years ago 342 reads 4 comments

  17. How the Giants' Biggest Strength Has Become Their Kryptonite

    For the past few seasons, the New York Giants' bread and butter has been their offensive line and pass rush. Now, it appears that their bread has gone stale and the butter has been sitting in a busted refrigerator for over a year...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 4 years ago 614 reads 6 comments

  18. New York Giants Miscellaneous Notes and Observations

    After 42 days of unmistakable misery in the Giants locker room, the Giants finally won a game. Except the coaching staff barely had an hour to savor it—as they had already begun delving into ...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 4 years ago 250 reads 5 comments

  19. Seriously: If the Giants Lose Their Next Game, Their Season Is Over

    In the middle of October, the New York Giants were a football team that had won 21 of its previous 26 games. In the middle of November, they may be one home loss (Atlanta) away from their season coming to an unofficial end...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 4 years ago 251 reads 10 comments

  20. Giants Offense May Be Their Only Hope if They Plan on Playing Into January

    Some could say that with the way the Giants defense has been playing, Eli Manning’s performance doesn’t even matter. Looking forward, Manning’s game may be the only thing that matters...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 4 years ago 156 reads 3 comments

  21. Sunday Night's Game Will Prove to Be Giants Biggest Test Yet

    An October matchup consisting of two undefeated teams generally leads to an exciting affair. Prior to last Sunday, the New York Giants had won 18 of their last 21 road bouts and boasted a 5-0 record and elite rankings all across the board...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 4 years ago 447 reads 1 comments

  22. Why The Criticism? Brandon Jacobs Is Still The Giants Go To Guy

    I guess a dominating 5-0 record to open the season isn’t enough anymore. Despite the Giants leading for a staggering 83.6% of the season, the incessant need for criticism has locked in on Brandon Jacobs and his meager 3...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 4 years ago 271 reads 8 comments

  23. NFL Week Four Predictions: The Seahawks Over the Colts?

    Hey guys, running short on time so I'll skip the Week Three recap and go straight to the picks: Week Four selections Bucs at Redskins Ravens at Patriots Lions at Bears Titans at Jaguars ...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about almost 5 years ago 182 reads 0 comments

  24. The New York Giants Continue to Emphatically Answer Questions

    If the questions that the Giants have faced the past three seasons were categorized into one school-issued test, they would have an A to hang up on their refrigerator...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about almost 5 years ago 693 reads 6 comments

  25. NFL Week Two Review and Week Three Picks

    Week two consisted of a mix of atypical and ho-hum finishes. The Patriots faltering at the expense of a very loquacious Jets team is currently classified as a shock...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about almost 5 years ago 232 reads 0 comments