New York Giants

Sports Beat “The 2014 NFL Draft and 2014 Sports Emmys”

May 13th, 2014 | By | Category: Lloyd Carroll, New York Giants, Top Story

The Giants drafted Syracuse University defensive tackle and Flushing High School alum Jayson Bromley in the third round of the National Football League Draft last Friday night. He joins Marco Battaglia, Kevin Boothe, and the Harmon brothers, Ronnie, Kevin, and Derrick, as part of the small fraternity of Queens natives who have been drafted by […]



Getting Over the Hill: Giants’ Extra Effort Ends Lions’ Playoff Hopes

Dec 25th, 2013 | By | Category: New York Giants, Top Story

After clinching their first losing season since 2004 last week, the New York Giants were expected by many to pack it in against the desperate Detroit Lions on the road. But even when the Lions (7-8) scored 17 straight points to erase a 13-3 halftime deficit, the Giants (6-9) found enough pride to answer with […]



Seattle Shut-Out Marks Some Historic Giant Woes

Dec 16th, 2013 | By | Category: New York Giants, Top Story

In winding down a lost season, the New York Giants lost by 23 points for the second straight week on Sunday — this time, they turned back the clock to the type of offensive futility that Giants fans haven’t suffered through since the mid-1990s. Enduring a 23-0 blanking by the NFL-best Seattle Seahawks (12-2) at […]



Playoff Clock Runs Out on Giants with Loss in San Diego

Dec 9th, 2013 | By | Category: New York Giants, Top Story

Jerry Reese can finally stop that Super Bowl XLVIII countdown clock he kept in the New York Giants’ locker room, even throughout his team’s awful 0-6 start to the 2013 season. Yes, time has officially run out on the Giants after they spotted the San Diego Chargers (6-7) a 24-0 halftime lead in a 37-14 […]



Giants Win Fourth Straight, Set Up Showdown with Cowboys

Nov 18th, 2013 | By | Category: New York Giants, Top Story

All season long, the New York Giants (4-6) have been waiting for defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul to produce the types of big plays he used to make before back surgery slowed him down. Pierre-Paul finally delivered that moment on Sunday at MetLife Stadium with a huge fourth-quarter pick-six that secured the Giants’ fourth straight win, […]



Sports Beat “A Giants revival?”

Nov 14th, 2013 | By | Category: Lloyd Carroll, New York Giants, Top Story

Don’t look now but the Giants, who started the season by losing their first six games, have now won three straight games after beating the Oakland Raiders by a score of 24-20 at MetLife Stadium last Sunday. The game was not as close as the score indicated. While Giants QB Eli Manning had an average […]



Halfway Back: Giants Overcome Mistakes to Win Third Straight after 0-6 Start

Nov 11th, 2013 | By | Category: New York Giants, Top Story

The New York Giants have yet to play that well in any game this season. But earning three games back (via ugly wins) from a season-starting, six-game losing streak looks beautiful. As did an updated version of New York’s white pants, which made an appearance for the first time since 1999. In a rather strange […]



The Last Cowboy..With New York Ties

Nov 7th, 2013 | By | Category: Featured Articles, Features, Football, Lead Story, New York Giants, Top Story

In two weeks, if the Giants hold up their end of the bargain, there could actually be a showdown for the playoffs at MetLife Stadium between Big Blue and “America’s Team.” Now it certainly hasn’t been the best of years in either “Jerry World” or along Route 3, but signs of life in the mediocre […]



Giants’ Defense Continues Shutout Streak, Keys Second Straight Win

Oct 29th, 2013 | By | Category: New York Giants, Top Story

After a 0-6 start to their season, the New York Giants still have some areas of their game to figure out. But it appears that their defense — at least for the time being — is no longer one of them, especially after the Giants’ first win without a New York touchdown in 11 years. […]



A Step In The Right Direction for Big Blue

Oct 22nd, 2013 | By | Category: Joe McDonald, New York Giants, Top Story

There’s life in these Giants. Or at least the team ran into someone who is just as bad as they are. Look Super Bowl XLVII is probably out, no one is thinking the Giants will run the schedule, but now, after this one win, they can at least put some hope for Super Bowl XLIX. […]