Monthly Archive for October, 2010

: October, 2010

Big Blue Bye Week

The New York Giants are 5-2 after seven games. The Giants are always 5-2 after seven games in the Tom Coughlin era, unless they are 6-1. The Giants are in the midst of their bye week. The Giants are
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Giants Defense: Menacing

Yes, the Giants allowed the Cowboys to ring up 35 points. But when the game was still in the balance, the defense was Super Bowl quality, prompting Jon Gruden to characterize the unit as “menacing,” a
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Post-Game Report: Giants 41, Cowboys 35

First things first. Down goes Romo. Romo is down. Next, in the wake of the Giants 41-35 win over the hated Cowboys in Dallas, focus on the positives: The Giants battled back valiantly from 10-0 and
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A Closer Look at New Meadowlands Stadium

The personal seat licenses. The sight lines. The injuries. The cost. All that aside, the New Meadowlands Stadium is going to be the Giants’ home for some time. That means Sunday was time to check out
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Post-Game Report: Giants 28, Lions 20

Yes, it was a beautiful day. Yes, the game played out almost exactly according to script, if not for the increasingly worrisome bumblefingers of P Matt Dodge. No, the New Meadowlands Stadium is not as
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Road Trip

The 2010 Annual Giants Road Trip will only be covering 70 miles or so this year, as we trek down to The New Meadowlands Stadium to watch the Giants take on the Lions. The matchup looks favorable, as
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A Trap Game?

All week long, the take on Sunday’s matchup against the Lions has been, “it’s a trap game.” Consider this: The Lions are 1-4 (with one loss on the Calvin Johnson TD that wasn’t in Week 1 against the
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Looking Ahead

The Giants 2010 schedule looked tough from the moment it was announced. Now, in the thick of the season, things don’t look to be getting any easier. Week 6: Detroit Week 7: at Dallas Week 8: Bye Week
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Post-game Report: Giants 34, Texans 10

Things are looking up for the New York Giants. Sunday’s 34-10 win over the Houston Texans was the most complete game the Giants have played since 2008. It was their second consecutive win over a
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End of the 3rd: Giants 27, Texans 10

Bad play calling by a pass-happy Kevin Gilbride and bad execution by a pass-happy Eli Manning gives the Texans a glimmer of hope. Giants went back to the run and things seemed to stabilize. Nice FG by
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