T-Rock's Take on the Giants
Remember about 20 hours ago when the Giants’ offensive line had a new look? Scratch that one.
The Giants will return to the lab to concoct another five-man compound on their offensive line after veteran tackle-turned-guard David Diehl was diagnosed with instability in his right thumb which will require surgery. Diehl will be out for six weeks, meaning that another gap on the line must be filled.
Yesterday...Read more »
There wasn’t much in the way of live action at today’s practice as most of it was done off cards. But that doesn’t mean there wasn’t news.
For instance, we saw the new shape of the Giants’ offensive line for the first time. With David Baas out for a few weeks, the team decided to make three moves to replace him. They shifted Kevin Boothe from left guard to center, moved David Diehl from right...Read more »
It's Jets Week!
Although it's hard to tell. Not much in the way of animosity between these two teams lately, at least not since things were pretty much settled back on Christmas Eve two years ago.
But the annual preseason meeting between the two teams from New York -- co-hosts of Super Bowl XLVIII, it should be noted -- does bring about a sense of urgency. It is, afterall, Week 3 of...Read more »
Tom Coughlin channeled his inner Earl Weaver at halftime when he came onto the field as the players headed to the locker room and confronted referee Ed Hochuli about a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty that was called against him on the Giants bench. The two had a brief but (for Coughlin, at least) heated exchange.
Later, though, Coughlin was mostly apologetic about the incident that...Read more »
I don’t know which of my media brethren (and sisteren) are writing such glowing things about the Giants, but Tom Coughlin wants you to knock it off. At the very least, he wants his players to stop reading those kind comments and optimistic outlooks.
“What we really need to do now is come back in, stop reading the clippings, come back in here and go to work and get better over the course of...Read more »