The Giants' season is over and there's still 11 weeks to go in the regular season
When it comes to the picks, it’s been a pretty blah season. Well, it was a pretty blah season before last week’s 3-11-1 embarrassment. Thankfully, there’s a lot of time left to chip away at the deficit.
The Giants were a losing team without their star wide receiver and they have been a losing team with him
Prior to the Giants’ crushing loss to the Panthers, I did the best thing I have done in a long time when it comes to the Giants: I gave up on Odell Beckham.
The Giants' season ended at home in a must-win game against their rival
There really wasn’t much to the game. The Giants were outplayed and dominated by a much better team and a team that should have never been only a 1-point favorite against such an inferior opponent.
Thanks to a down year for the NFC East, the Giants can stay in the division race with a win on Thursday Night Football
The best part about your team playing on Thursday Night Football is that you only have to wait four days between games. The worst part is that you then have to wait at least 10 days until the next game.
The Giants gave away another winnable game and now their season is on the brink of being over
The game should have never come down to a 63-yard field goal to possibly destroy the Giants’ season. In typical Giants fashion, the Giants simply gave the game away, and the officials did their part as well.
The Giants are not only going to cover, but win at home against the Saints
After this week of football, one quarter of the season will have been played. It seems like just yesterday I was watching Ereck Flowers take penalties on two of the Giants’ first three offensive plays of the season.
The Giants saved their season in Houston with their first meaningful win since 2016
I forgot what it felt like to experience a Giants win because it’s been so long. The Giants had gone 3-16, including the postseason, in their last 19 games before saving their season with a win in Houston.
The Giants are on the brink of elimination after once again starting the season 0-2
I thought putting up a 3-spot in Week 1 last season was as low as it could get for the Giants on the road in Dallas. And then Sunday night happened when the team was utterly embarrassed on both sides of the ball.
Pat Shurmur was on the sideline in Week 1, but it felt like Tom Coughlin or Ben McAdoo was coaching
Change the general manager, change the head coach, change the coordinators, change the majority of the roster, but it doesn’t matter, the New York Football Giants will never change.
A new general manager and a new head coach have the Giants looking like a playoff team
The New York Football Giants are coming off a three-win season, have a new general manager, a new head coach, a new offensive line and a pass rush-less defense, but I still think they are a playoff team.