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Monthly Archive for September, 2010
It’s official: the New York Giants stink. The 2010 edition looks much the same as the team that staggered to the finish in 2009, and continues to move in the wrong direction. The lack of execution and intensity is profound, and doesn’t show much hope of getting better any time soon. At home on Sunday, Read More
Man, that was ugly.
Rarely do you get a penalty more damaging than Ahmad Bradshaw’s illegal block in the end zone. It took a 40-yard-plus gain on a Manning-to-Manningham pass off the board and gave the Titans a 12-10 lead. Follow it up with a bad free kick, a good Titans return, a nice drive, and it’s 19-10 Titans. Read More
Nice two-minute drill by the Giants to draw even. Defense has kept the pressure on a weak, limited Tennessee offense. Eli and company need to return the favor in the second half.
After the Giants total pink hammer debacle against the Colts Sunday night, it didn’t take long for the pockets of discontent that had been festering in the clubhouse since the 2009 meltdown to pop up anew. Or did they? Brandon Jacobs, like most Giants, had a horrible game Sunday, punctuated by the already-infamous helmet tossing Read More
In a game that looked like a foreboding return to the darkest days of 2009, the Giants were overmatched, overpowered, outsmarted and outfinessed by the Colts. About the only thing to say is that this wasn’t one of those games that hung in the balance. The Colts took the opening drive, marched down the field Read More
Man, that was ugly.
Brandon Jacobs 1-1 in the passing department.
Peyton picked apart the DB package. Let’s see: a seven-and-a-half minute drive, a 98-yard drive, and 50 yard coup de grace just before halftime that took less than a minute. Giants look passive and lifeless, like a lot of games in the second half of ’09, digging themselves a hole the Chilean miners would not Read More