Posts under Tag: new york giants
Top Ten Plays of The Giants Championship Season

Tweet During the course of a season, certain plays stand out. You might assume that the top play of the Giants season came in the Super Bowl or late in their stretch run for the playoffs. In actuality, the most pivotal play of the Giants season came months ago. It’s a forgotten play that not only appeared superhuman at the [&hellip

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Eli-te Manning Repeats History

Tweet   There are no more questions about whether Eli is elite. But has the second half of Brady’s career become tragic? For three quarters of the season, they were less than stellar and shrunk in the limelight. However, in the pivotal moments they played like Giants. With jobs, the season and games on the line the 2012 Super Bowl Champion [&hellip

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Super Bowl XLVI Breakdown

Tweet Super Bowl 2012, Key Matchups: David Baas Vs. Vince Wilfork When he steps between the hash marks on Sundays, it’s Vince Wilfork’s world and opposing offensive lineman are just living in it. At least that’s what you’d surmise based on his recent playoff performances against the Broncos and Ravens. It’s also an appropriate phrase for a player with Wilfork’s immense size and equally vast [&hellip

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The New York Giants Have a Tebow in Their Midst

Tweet Tom Coughlin has been compared to Bill Parcells, Bill Cowher and Bill Belichick but the Giants fiery head coach shares more in common with the Denver Broncos superstar quarterback, Tim Tebow. When the critics put his back against the wall and put his job in jeopardy all he does in win. [Read More After The Jump] Tweet

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New York Jets Can Find Hope For the Future In the Giants Past

Tweet   Under the bright lights of New York, many supreme athletes and coaches have fizzled under the lights. Larry Brown, Rick Pitino, Randy Johnson, Stephon Marbury and Brett Favre all flamed out. Tom Coughlin nearly joined that ignominious list of New York disappointments five years ago. However, a surprising Super Bowl championship catapulted him into New York sports stratosphere. Today, Rex [&hellip

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