In a Season Already Plagued With Injuries, A Fake One Gets Attention

September 22, 2011

Faker-faker playmaker? New York Giants Safety Deon Grant pretended he was hurt in Monday night’s game against the St. Louis Rams to slow down a no-huddle drive. The strategy worked, but now all over the NFL, people are crying about crying wolf.

Grant Goes Down

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Jets Get Mad, Even

January 17, 2011

The angry, loud mouth New York Jets went into Foxboro and beat their rival New England Patriots to earn a trip to the AFC Championship game. That’s what you get for taking better care of your hair than the ball, Tom.

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Metrohole

December 14, 2010

Oh, the many wrongs about the collapsed Metrodome delayed Giants-Vikings game fiasco…

Wamp wamp

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Coaching from the Coaches Club

November 30, 2010

Enjoying a sweet hook up for the super pimped out Coaches Club at the New Meadowlands Stadium was an amazing experience that taught me why they call it the Coaches Club, and why it’s not worth $500+ per game (in addition to your PSL/small mortgage fee).

Coaches Club

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Goodbye Season, Goodbye Stadium

December 28, 2009

In honor of the last game at Giants Stadium, the organization and team did nothing.

Fans hold up a sign that reads "Thanks for the Memories". They had no room to add "except for this one."

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Thanks-Giving-Up-the-Season

December 3, 2009

It has taken me a full week to digest the Giants’ Thanksgiving stink bomb laid in Denver. I am now ready to write about how Big Blew.

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Ruining the Opening of Recession Stadium

September 21, 2009
Who says you need to score touchdowns in the red zone to win games? With play like this, the New York Giants should be favored by one point forgmen the next several weeks (until Big Blue blows someone out, or blows a game).
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