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Why I’m Shorting McAdoo Stock

One down and four more to go. This week the Giants host the Cowboys at home at MetLife.  The Giants are 5-1 this season at home but the strength of schedule can be easily debated. Their only loss was to

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Where is the Offense?

The Giants are 2-0 for the first time since 2009 when they won their first 5-games only to go on and get smoked in New Orleans and lose their next four.  I wasn’t sure how to grade the Giants after

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It Start’s Tomorrow….

There is no better position to be in than the where the Giant are now. The “Pros” have the Giants a mediocre 8-8 or 9-7 which should still be “good enough” to win the NFC east. Given that summertime Super

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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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Past Results Not Indicative Future Performance

Brady sitting on the field

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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Thank You for the Turnovers but the Giants Are Still Far From Good

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - AUGUST 28:  Quarterback  Eli Manning #10 of the New York Giants looks on from the sideline in the second half during the preseason game against the New England Patriots at MetLife Stadium on August 28, 2014 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Giants won 16-13. (Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)

The Giants are on an unknown course this season. They lead the NFL with a turnover differential of +9.  What that means is the offense is not turning the ball over; a fascinating change of pace for the Giants and

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Things Went From Good to Really Bad.

Lost Eli

Things started out great and it was almost as if everything drastically changed after DaMontre Moore showcased why the Giants coaches don’t feel he is mature enough to get more burn. Or was it that Chip Kelly and the Eagles

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The Missing Person Report For Rueben Randle Has Been Closed

Andrew Williams Trenton Robinson

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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