T-Rock's Take on the Giants
Tom Coughlin had never really embraced the idea of the Super Bowl countdown calendar in the Giants’ locker room, shrugging it off at the start of training camp when general manager Jerry Reese decided to install it as a reminder of urgency.
So now that it’s about as useful as a sundial at night, Tom Coughlin’s attitude towards the daily reminder of days remaining until Super Bowl XLVIII –...Read more »
Hosting a Super Bowl brings with it a certain amount of pressure. The Giants are carrying that weight this year. Two years ago it was carried by the Cowboys. So how did Tony Romo handle that?
“It’s whatever you make it to be,” he said of the 2010 season that ended with the Packers beating the Steelers in his home office.
In Romo’s case, he tried to make it as little as possible.
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You know football is back when you get smacked upside the head by the Bottom Five!
Yes, our weekly feature that looks at the five least important aspects of every Giants game returns for another season and we begin with Saturday’s preseason opener against the Steelers.
In case you don’t know what the Bottom Five is, allow me to explain. There are plenty of articles and websites that...Read more »
Usually it’s the other way around. It’s typically the player who is insisting he’ll be back on the field for the opener and management that is pulling back on the reins and taking a wait-and-see approach. In the case of Jason Pierre-Paul, though, the roles have been flip-flopped.
After general manager Jerry Reese said on WFAN on Tuesday morning that the Giants expect to have the defensive...Read more »
The Giants are getting healthier.
Not only is Hakeem Nicks going to practice today after missing the last week or so with tightness in his groin, but two of the players on PUP are coming off that list and taking the field. Jerry Reese said this morning on WFAN that guard Chris Snee (hip) and cornerback Terrell Thomas (knee) will both make the move to the active roster and be on the field today....Read more »