1. Why the Mets Can Take Hope from the 2006 Cardinals

    Just three years ago, the Mets appeared to be set. They had depth in their lineup. They had clutch hitters. They had a solid pitching rotation and bullpen across the board...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about 5 years ago 37 reads 0 comments

  2. Tom Coughlin has Come Through for the Giants

    On the heels of a devastating 2003 season with losses stemming from porous special teams, injuries, penalties, and a team flat out quitting on its coach, the Giants brass knew right away what they were looking for in a coach...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about 5 years ago 414 reads 11 comments

  3. How Big a Deal Is Bill Sheridan's Decision To Call Plays From the Booth?

    You know it’s a good off-season when the biggest stir regarding the defensive side of the ball is where the defensive coordinator will be calling plays...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 5 years ago 301 reads 9 comments

  4. Billy Wagner's Injury Was the Best Thing that Ever Happened to the Mets

    It remains a heated debate. If Billy Wagner had stayed healthy in 2008, are the Mets the team winning the division, winning the World Series, and spending the next four months bashing ...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 5 years ago 634 reads 8 comments

  5. Let's See How Far We've Come: Giants Offensive Line Breakdown

    Before the 2004 season commenced, ESPN’s Joe Theismann declared that the Giants offensive line was one of the worst in football...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 5 years ago 389 reads 1 comments

  6. Three Giants Veterans Who Will Have To Emerge in 2009

    With a multitude of draft slots, the Giants could have traveled down various paths that would be considered logical to alleviate their biggest needs...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 5 years ago 805 reads 18 comments

  7. Braylon Edwards Talks More Alive Than Ever

    Just 48 hours before the 2009 draft will be underway, various sources around the league have claimed the Giants' plans to acquire Braylon Edwards are all but dead...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 5 years ago 935 reads 18 comments

  8. The Pre-Draft Status of the New York Giants

    The Giants are sitting pretty right now. With less than a week to go before the 2009 NFL Draft commences, the defending NFC East champs hold three of the first 60 selections, five of the first 100, and 10 slots overall...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 5 years ago 1,170 reads 9 comments

  9. The New York Mets Should Send Oliver Perez to the Minors

    The Mets' starting rotation looks as thin as the Royals' postseason chances right now. So why on Earth should the Mets send down one of their more talented pitchers that they just handed millions of dollars to this offseason? Because he deserves it...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 5 years ago 156 reads 12 comments

  10. The Top 10 New York Giants Draft Moments: Both Good and Bad

    There are many contributing factors to maintaining the degree of excellence the Giants have attained through their 84-year history. Some of these factors are strong ownership, brilliant coaches, and a dedicated fanbase, just to name a few...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 5 years ago 9,423 reads 25 comments

  11. New York Giants Owner Comes Clean On Plaxico Burress

    The last time the majority of us saw Plaxico Burress; he was walking out of the Giants team facility at the Meadowlands, accepting his team-issued four-game suspension that would end his season, and ultimately, his Giants career...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 5 years ago 470 reads 3 comments

  12. Examining the Giants' Biggest Flaw in 2006 and How They Fixed It

    The adage, “The lows make the highs that much sweeter,” is typically said in order to instill hope in fans and players that are passing through a dim period...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 5 years ago 317 reads 18 comments

  13. Bus Cook, Sleaziest In All Of Sports?

    In terms of designating one to be the sleaziest athlete in sports, it’s hard to ignore the process Brett Favre went through last year to attain what he wanted...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 5 years ago 742 reads 21 comments

  14. Plaxico Burress: Conflict of Interest

    When it was reported that Plaxico Burress was shot, waves of shock lingered in my body throughout the course of that brisk late-November Saturday...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 5 years ago 291 reads 15 comments

  15. I Miss Football

    It’s a tough time of year right now. After an exhausting season 2008 season (I know, either sitting on the couch or taking the 40-minute drive up to the Meadowlands is some tough ...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 5 years ago 170 reads 9 comments

  16. Justin Tuck May Be Making the Same Mistake as Osi Umenyiora

    In the 2007 season opener, Osi Umenyiora caught his 41 million dollar leg in the Texas Stadium turf and appeared to suffer an injury that would keep him out for a substantial period...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 5 years ago 759 reads 7 comments

  17. Why Braylon Edwards and the Giants Are a Match Made in Heaven

    In August of 2008, many fans expected a certain wide receiver to take the league by storm, put a Super Bowl-deprived franchise on his back and put them within striking distance of a championship...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 5 years ago 7,286 reads 35 comments

  18. A Call For Change In The NFL

    The Arizona Cardinals just lost the Super Bowl, but it may never be more appropriate to ask this question. Why not re-name the Lombardi Trophy after a legendary ex-Cardinal? Hear me out NFL purists...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 5 years ago 274 reads 12 comments

  19. Call Me Crazy, But the New York Giants Won't Miss Steve Spagnuolo That Much

    Call me a Giants fan in denial. Call me a Giants fan desperately trying to tell myself it’s going to be just fine when I know for a fact it won’t be. But I don’t think the Giants will miss Steve Spagnuolo that much...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 5 years ago 569 reads 13 comments

  20. The New York Giants' Home Field Advantage Is Gone With the Wind

    Maybe being road warriors is the only way these Giants will be able to do it. After the offense sputtered down the stretch, scoring a total of seven touchdowns in the last five games (including ...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 5 years ago 339 reads 3 comments

  21. The New York Giants Achilles' Heel

    The Giants re-gained their swagger on offense, and their defense tightened up when it mattered the most. But in the third facet of the game, special teams, the Giants left much to be desired...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 5 years ago 172 reads 0 comments

  22. Want To Have Fun at a Road Game? Book Your Flight to Dallas

    It was a miserable game. I traveled halfway across the country to watch a highly coveted match up between two division rivals in person and failed to see a touchdown scored by my favorite team...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 5 years ago 95 reads 6 comments

  23. The Keys To Stopping Tony Romo

    Tony Romo’s escapade of proving that he can play in the cold went completely awry against Pittsburgh. Boasting no sleeves, he threw three interceptions, including the one brought back for a touchdown that was the difference in a 20-13 game...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 5 years ago 196 reads 12 comments

  24. How Plaxico Burress Turned Into a Criminal

    In one hand, Plaxico Burress held a $35-million deal and a loving family. In the other, he held New York City. And like the gun that accidentally discharged and took out a piece of his leg, he dropped them both...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about over 5 years ago 1,217 reads 18 comments

  25. NYG Roundtable: Giants Head to the Capital, Armed With B/R Scouting Reports

    You could say that the last time the Giants played at FedEx Field, the Giants completely reversed the direction of their franchise. Before that game the Giants had lost nine of their last eleven games...

    David Geller Written by David Geller about almost 6 years ago 233 reads 7 comments