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Week 6 Review: No Moral Victories, but Giants Can Hold Their Heads High After Tough Loss

The New York Giants were not supposed to put up a fight against the New England Patriots on Thursday Night. Going into the game, where Vegas made the Giants THE biggest underdogs in TNF History, the Giants were expected to wave the white flag before the game even started. Many Giant fans went into the… Continue reading Week 6 Review: No Moral Victories, but Giants Can Hold Their Heads High After Tough Loss

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Week 5 Review: The Giants Were Beat Soundly by a Better Team

Throughout the week, for whatever reason, I started to feel more and more confident that the Giants could put up a good fight against the more-talented Minnesota Vikings. I was of the belief that the New York Giant defensive line could do enough against the weaker Viking offensive line and that would keep Cook in… Continue reading Week 5 Review: The Giants Were Beat Soundly by a Better Team

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My New York Ranger 2019 Blueshirt Preview: The Other Side of The Rebuild

Hello Blueshirt Fans. Opening Night is finally upon us and, as a New York Ranger fan, it's an exciting time. For the past two years, our fan base has been patient through a team-mandated rebuild. We were all okay with it and we knew the last two seasons were going to be long ones. The… Continue reading My New York Ranger 2019 Blueshirt Preview: The Other Side of The Rebuild

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Mr. Glass-Half-Full’s Week 3 Review: Mr. Jones Has Himself a Debut

A Happy Monday to my Giant fans out there. We haven't had many of these over the course of the last few years, so this one is extra sweet. For the first time in 15 years, I am waking up to a win on Monday that was Quarterbacked by someone other than Eli Manning. Daniel… Continue reading Mr. Glass-Half-Full’s Week 3 Review: Mr. Jones Has Himself a Debut

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Mr. Glass-Half-Empty Asks “Where Are The Adjustments?”

As the dust settles and the smoke clears on this unexpectedly disappointing start to the 2019 season (by some) and we look forward to Tampa, the common theme running through my head has been adjustments, or lack thereof.  Until the bombshell news dropped Tuesday that Shurmur is letting the Danimal out of his cage, I… Continue reading Mr. Glass-Half-Empty Asks “Where Are The Adjustments?”

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Mr. Glass-Half-Empty’s 2019 New York Giant Preview

Along with the start of each season comes, an unparalleled excitement and unwarranted enthusiasm. Although I’m certainly excited for the start of the football season each year, I’ve learned to temper my positive outlook after 35 years of being a New York Giants fan.   To most, I probably sound like an ingrate who doesn’t appreciate… Continue reading Mr. Glass-Half-Empty’s 2019 New York Giant Preview

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Mr. Glass-Half-Full’s 2019 New York Giants Preview

We've made it folks. Football is officially back starting tomorrow. The 53-man roster is officially set, and this is the squad the 2019 New York Football Giants are rolling with. Sure, this Giants roster has it's fair share of holes but, in what should be considered Year Two of a Three-Year Rebuild Plan (hopefully), I… Continue reading Mr. Glass-Half-Full’s 2019 New York Giants Preview

Metsies

The Mets Are a Clown Show: Part……100? 1,000? I’ve Lost Count

Hello Met fans. Welcome back to the Clown Show! When I say Welcome Back, I say that in jest. As most of us already know, we have never left said Clown Show since Fred Wilpon bought out Nelson Doubleday in 2002. Good on Nelson Doubleday too, for getting out of anything associated with the Wilpons… Continue reading The Mets Are a Clown Show: Part……100? 1,000? I’ve Lost Count

Blueshirts

Another Tough Season in the Books for the Blueshirts

The New York Rangers finished up their 2018 season last week with a triumphant victory against their rival, the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Blueshirts battled all game long, much like they did all season, and ended the season on a high note. Ryan Strome, who played very well since being acquired mid-season by the Rangers, ended… Continue reading Another Tough Season in the Books for the Blueshirts

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Shurmur and Gettleman Spoke Today: What Did We Learn?

Head Ball Coach Pat Shurmur and General Manager Dave Gettleman held Press Conferences today at the NFL Combine. These press conferences are basically "State of the Union" pressers that fill fans in on a couple of thoughts that they may have with Free Agency around the corner and the Franchise Tag period coming to an… Continue reading Shurmur and Gettleman Spoke Today: What Did We Learn?