Capping off a dreadful second half of the NFL season, the Giants fell to the playoff bound Minnesota Vikings in a 44-7 blowout to cap off one of the most disappointing Big Blue seasons.
The Giants entered the year as one of the favorites to go all the way and only increased expectations as they began the season 5-0 only to go a mere 3-8 for the rest of the season.
Big Blue had nothing to play for in the Vikings game because they had already been knocked out of playoff contention in an embarrassing blowout loss …continue reading
How things change. Just a few weeks ago the Jets were all but out of the playoff hunt and the Giants were ranked among the favorites to win it all. Today, the Jets are in control of their own playoff destiny while the Giants are completely out of the playoff picture.
As the Giants have fumbled away their playoff chances, many Big Blue fans have been wondering what happened to the team that opened the season 5-0? The Giants were frontrunners at the start of the season, only to lose seven of their next ten games. Even this …continue reading
The Giants looked like one of the top five teams in the NFL in the first five games of the season but a full season later, Big Blue is just 8-7 and is pretty much out of the playoff picture.
With their season on the line, the Giants failed to show up as they allowed 41 points and scored just 9 against the 6-8 Carolina Panthers. The Panthers were playing without their starting quarterback and running back.
For the Giants, Eli Manning put up a lousy effort as he passed for nearly 300 yards and a touchdown but was …continue reading
With a record of 7-5, the Giants were hoping to take down division rival, the 8-4 Eagles, at home and tie for the division lead. No such luck.
After losing to Philadelphia on Sunday night, the Giants have found themselves in third place in the NFC East and out of the Wild Card slots.
It was a tough loss as the Giants offense played a nearly flawless game but got killed by a lost fumble that resulted in an Eagles fumble return touchdown in the first quarter and a 72-yard punt return touchdown by star wide receiver …continue reading
At 99-years-old, the legendary voice of the Yankees and New York Giants Bob Sheppard has officially called it quits this week ending a truly iconic era in the booth.
Sheppard was the voice of the Yankees for more than fifty years, serving in the booth from 1951 to 2007 and the New York Giants from 1956 to 2006.
There are few sports announcers who are truly revered in the game like Sheppard was but who else can boast a career of announcing starting lineups that included Yankee legends like Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle, Reggie Jackson, Derek Jeter, …continue reading