1. Eli Manning Continues to Thrive When Lights Are Brightest

    For the second time since Super Bowl XLII, the Giants offense was placed in a do or die situation. Go down the field and victory shall be yours...

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  2. NFL Week 1 Analysis and Week 2 Selections

    Week one was probably the most unusual pedestrian weeks the NFL has ever seen. The final scores seemed to be reasonable, but the means of which that were attained were extremely unique...

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  3. Placing Big Blue's Giant Final Drive Under The Microscope

    With 9:23 remaining in a 20-10 game, the 75,000-plus Giants fans were packed into Giants Stadium buzzing with excitement. The Giants had dominated the battle that is typically imperative to win during these NFC East bouts: ball control...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about almost 5 years ago 514 reads 9 comments

  4. Take It to the Bank: NFL Week One and Season Predictions

    Life changes so suddenly in the NFL that the only method of accurately predicting an NFL season is putting the final touches on it opening night...

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  5. Eli Manning and The Giants: How One Year Makes All The Difference

    One year ago, the Giants spent the final Wednesday before their opener against Washington privately coordinating Michael Strahan’s arrival at Giants Stadium for the first time since his retirement...

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  6. Breaking Down The Giants and Eagles

    What made the Giants 11-1 start in 2008 most impressive was their unstained record against divisional opponents: 4-0...

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  7. Osi Umenyiora Situation Reflects Well on NY Giants

    Osi Umenyiora’s departure from the Giants practice facility on Monday was met with confusion. Luckily for the Giants, the situation was resolved before confusion turned into panic and misguided speculation...

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  8. Brandon Marshall's Theatrics are Good For Broadway, Not the N.Y. Giants

    Coinciding with the Brandon Marshall suspension are the inevitable calls from all around that the Giants should consider acquiring the arrogant 25-year-old. I say, don’t even think about it...

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  9. Preseason Midway Point: What The New York Giants May Change Up

    This past Saturday, I helplessly watched the Giants get pushed around by the Chicago Bears. I didn’t watch with anger or malice, but rather intrigue and curiosity...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about almost 5 years ago 1,267 reads 6 comments

  10. Part Two: Has Yankee Stadium Lacked the Yankee Way?

    In this three-part series, I wonder out loud why high-market teams are experiencing trouble with their top notch new stadiums. In Part One, I detailed the Dallas Cowboys. Now the new Yankee Stadium highlights part two...

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  11. A Three-Part Series: Expensive Stadiums Bound for Doom?

    For an 18-hour period, Jerry Jones boasted a grin that seemingly spawned from a time capsule set to the mid 90s. Jones recently admitted to countless sleepless nights during the grueling three-year process of the stadium’s construction...

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  12. Will the New York Giants' Young Wide Receivers Get a Chance To Shine?

    In a game loaded with positives, the Giants 24-17 victory over Carolina came with one unanimous negative. Where were the rookie receivers that the Giants held on to as opposed to trading for Braylon Edwards? They were on the field...

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  13. Ten Random Notes From Last Night's Giants Game

    I was thinking of writing a game recap and an overall analysis of what transpired on Monday night. But I realized that would be rather pointless, and decided to shorten it to a 10-part slideshow of little (and random) things I noticed...

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  14. Three Things to Watch for in Tonight's Giants Game

    Forget that it will be in the upper 70s when the Giants come out in their home blue and white's. It's football season, and speculation is finally about to materialize into concrete hard-hitting live action football...

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  15. Sinorice Moss's Fate May Depend on Mario Manningham

    Last year the battle for the final wide receiver slot was resolved shortly after the last pre-season game against the Patriots...

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  16. A New Dawn Has Set in For The New York Giants Passing Game

    Plaxico Burress. Amani Toomer. Jeremy Shockey. Tiki Barber. All were at a reasonable age to maintain top performance when Eli Manning was in the process of completing his first season as a starter in 2005...

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  17. A Personal Eulogy; Throwing in The Mets Towel

    It was almost surreal. Watching Mets games was removed as a priority a while ago. The circumstances around me would dictate whether or not I would be destined to swallow my medicine and watch my favorite team labor...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about almost 5 years ago 192 reads 4 comments

  18. Once and for All: Why Eli Manning Is Worthy of Big-Time Cash

    Naturally, as soon as the details of Eli Manning's inevitable extension were exposed to the media, the Giants have taken criticism from not only fans around the nation but also professional analysts...

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  19. Quick Note To Giants Fans: Stay Calm

    Three practices in and skepticism is already flooding the blogs and tweets of those who cover the Giants. Steve Smith is guilty of dropping passes that were placed right in his bread ...

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  20. What Exactly Could Go Wrong for the Giants This Year?

    An argument could be presented that the last time this much optimism extended throughout the Giants' fan base, media, and players was in 2003. This nugget alone should provoke Giants fans to shudder and level their expectations...

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  21. The Mystery of Tony Bernazard

    New York tabloids and media outlets are some of the best in digging up the dirt on the city’s biggest names. True to form, the New York Daily News recently broke a story that permanently ...

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  22. Has Adrian Peterson Actually Hurt The Minnesota Vikings?

    The Minnesota Vikings have been arguably the most turbulent franchise throughout the young 21st century. 2000 was a year of offensive prowess powered by the jaw dropping passes from first-year ...

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  23. New York Giants' Linebacker Issue Casts a Cloud of Uncertainty

    With the steady departure of some of the most flamboyant personalities in Giants' history, the months of June and July have been eerily quiet...

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  24. Could Milton Bradley Problem Be a New York Mets Solution?

    As it stands right now, the Mets desperately need improvements in hitting, pitching, defense, base running, and overall fundamentals. Stated more bluntly, they currently stink...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about 5 years ago 999 reads 28 comments

  25. Tom Coughlin's Speech Sets the Tone for a Special Season

    Mini-camp doesn’t supply football junkies with too much information. An injury report, a few noteworthy catches, and of course, optimism from the players and coaches. For the 2009 New York Giants, optimism is at a scary point...

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