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The Giants problems are a giant problem

Giants Problems

Another week, another loss and another lost opportunity for the New York football Giants.  As the season goes on it’s becoming that the biggest problem the Giants currently have is the lack of available talent. Remove O’Dell Beckham and the

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The impact of a team with no running game is powering the Giants failures this season

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The last three games have been painful to watch as a New York Giants fan.  The Giants have tied an NFL record with 5-games in which they were leading into the final two minutes of the game and lost the

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Past Results Not Indicative Future Performance

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Not many teams can say they have a winning record against Bill Belichick and the Patriots. Tom Coughlin is 5-1 in his career against Belichick and 3-1 since 2008 with two super bowl rings.  When Belicheck was asked about Coughlin

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The Missing Person Report For Rueben Randle Has Been Closed

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The Giants finally came out and played four quarters of football; kind of.  Besides nearly ruining every possible betting line in the fourth quarter, though ugly, the Giants closed out a football game and won a valuable and much needed

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Let’s Not Overreact

The Giants played yet another great three quarters of football only to give away another 10-point lead in the fourth quarter.  This might sound terrible but when you look back over the past two games and the Giants have played

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Week 1 ReCap: 1, 2……3? Maybe 2? I’m pretty sure it’s 3…

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You never want to look back on a game, no matter the game, and point to one specific play/possession that defined the outcome. The Giants were out played the entire game. The Cowboys moved the ball at will mostly without

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Here We Go…The Start of the 2015 Season…30-1 Super Bowl Odds

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The season is finally here and the team looks very different though the feelings about the season remain the same. The Giants had a lot of question marks on offense which they tried their best to address this off season.

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The Draft, Free Agency and Training Camp Expectations

The summer, baseball is in the back nine of their forever lasting season, it’s just horribly hot out and we now count the days till training camps begins. The Giants had a very Giants like off-season with the draft and

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  Losing = Poor execution and game calling

So you can’t predict injuries you can only try to mitigate them with strength and conditioning.   But when it rains it pours at least with the Giants.  What started with an offensive lineman has now snowballed balled into what feels

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The Two Week Aptitude Test Starts This Sunday Night

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I’m coming around but I’m not about to call the Giants super bowl contenders….yet… The Giants are rolling. The offense is really coming together like we haven’t seen before. They scored 30-pointsin three consecutive games. Many of my readers weren’t

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