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Technically, the New York Giants are not mathematically eliminated from the playoffs this year. Technically, I have a chance to make love to Brooklyn Decker. You see where I’m going with this….
Today, I will pose five questions that in essence explain why the New York Giants won’t be defending their Super Bowl Title this season. I can imagine Big Blue fans are still in a stay of shock and disbelief. However, it’s time to just let it go….
Hit the jump to see why……
5.) What the Hell Happened to Corey Webster?
Wasn’t Corey Webster pretty good once? Wasn’t he at least not the guy that opposing quarterbacks looked for on EVERY SINGLE PASSING PLAY? Webster played as bad as you can play the last few games with the Giants. He’s not all to blame (See #3), but damn. He made middle of the road receivers look like Megatron.
BEST OF MAXIM
NOT GIVING UP YET
With the slumping Giants facing a must-win game for even a hope at qualifying for the playoffs, head coach Tom Coughlin thinks players need to “resurrect a little bit of pride.”
Tom Coughlin knows this is how it goes, one year you’re the champ, the next you’re the chump. You can’t win them all, but you can win one for pride. The proud Giants need help to get into the playoffs, a little too much help to realistically sit on a wing of hope. However, Coughlin doesn’t quit and he won’ let his team go under either. “That’s what I talked to our...
Congrats to DE Jason Pierre-Paul (2 time pro bowler), WR Victor Cruz (1 time pro bowler) and OG Chris Snee (4 time pro bowler) who all three were voted into the pro bowl.
JPP has a total of 6.5 sacks this season, even though the fans voted him to go to Hawaii and he shouldn't be in this game.
Victor Cruz is having a good season with 82 catches for 1040 receiving...
When the New York Giants face the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 17 of the 2012 NFL season, they will do so with their playoff chances being on life support. The Giants need to not only defeat the Eagles, but need losses from the Chicago Bears, Dallas Cowboys and Minnesota Vikings. They also may be preparing to play with Osi Umenyiora on their team for the final time.
“Is there a...
In the first hour of the Open Mike program from December 26, 2012, host Michael Cohen asks the tough questions about what has happened to the New York Giants this season after failing to show up the past two weeks in Atlanta and Baltimore. Karen Vankat, Giants fan and host of the Warning Track joins in.
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