CHRIS SNEE NEWS

Saints pose legitimate threat to any playoff team

The New Orleans Saints are in control of their own destiny. After a blowout win against the Chicago Bears on Sunday, the Saints regained control of the lowly NFC South. With a win against the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday coupled with a Carolina Panthers loss, the Saints will win the division, and former NFL-er Chris Snee believes this is a team that is getting hot at the right time...
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23 hours ago  |  Discuss

LOCKS: NFL Week 14

We took a Thanksgiving break last week...turkey-fueled picks can lead you astray.  But that means we've had two weeks to ponder the few games that you virtually guarantee.  Enjoy... CHRIS SNEE DETRIOT over Tampa Last week's turkey day win over the Bears finally resembled the Detroit Lions offense everyone expected.   We hadn't seen the Stafford-to-Megatron connection that...
Via Football By Football
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Snee: Nick Mangold Deserves Game Ball For Defending QB Vs. Steelers

The New York Jets might have come away with a win Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers, but they were none too pleased following the game. With the Jets lining up in the victory formation to seal their 20-13 victory, Steelers safety Mike Mitchell decided to make things interesting as he launched himself over the offensive line in an attempt to strip the ball from Michael Vick....
Via NESN.com
November 12, 2014  |  Discuss

NFL Bye Weeks Cherished By Players Who Get Needed Opportunity To Recharge

The NFL season is a long one, so it should come as no surprise that players love nothing more than a little time away from football. Luckily for NFL players, that’s where the bye week comes in to play. Every season, the week off allows players to have rare time off — usually four days — where they can get away or stay in and do nothing. No matter what they choose, it’s time...
Via NESN.com
November 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Cowboys’ Path To Success Being Paved By NFL’s Best Offensive Line

The Dallas Cowboys are one of the NFL’s best teams, and it’s no secret why. The Cowboys’ early-season success stems in large part from the Cowboys’ vaunted rushing attack. Running back DeMarco Murray seems to break a rushing record every week, and that’s been a big reason Dallas enters Week 7 with a 4-2 record. However, Murray isn’t the sole reason the Cowboys’ rushing...
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October 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Do Thursday night games throw wrench in players' routines?

Hate the NFL’s Thursday night games? Try being a player. While the NFL’s season-long jump into Thursday nights has been met with criticism by fans who prefer to limit their football-watching to Sundays and Mondays, it’s the players who are suffering most. When a Thursday game pops up on a player’s schedule, it completely throws a wrench into his normal routine. This might...
Via NESN.com
October 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Former NFL Players Recall Most Crushing Defeats Of Their Careers

Chalking up an “L” in the loss column is never fun for an NFL player, but there are some defeats that are tougher to swallow than others. Every guy in the league has that one loss that sticks with them, and former NFL-ers Chris Snee, Derek Rackley and Matt Chatham all dug down deep to write about the worst ones of their career in the latest post for the website, FootballByFootball...
Via NESN.com
October 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Former All-Pro: Refs in no position to make right calls on line

There's a lot of talk on Sundays about how games in the NFL are won in the trenches. Apparently, there's a lot more going on in there than meets the eye. Former NFL All-Pro offensive lineman Chris Snee says the league has to look closer at how it's refereeing games around the line of scrimmage. In a post for Football By Football -- a new blog featuring work from former NFL players...
Via Fox Sports
September 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Former All-Pro Lineman Wants NFL To Change How Trench Play Is Officiated

There’s a lot of talk on Sundays about how games in the NFL are won in the trenches. Apparently there’s a lot more going on in there than meets the eye. Former NFL All-Pro offensive lineman Chris Snee thinks the league has to look closer at how it’s refereeing games around the line of scrimmage. In a post for Football By Football — a new blog featuring work from former NFL...
Via NESN.com
September 27, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Giants vs. New York Jets: 5 things to watch

The annual “Snoopy Bowl” is drawing near and there is much interest in both teams competing. The New York Giants and Jets will clash on their home turf, MetLife Stadium, still with an abundance of concerns remaining about their roster and potential in the 2014 NFL season. Here’s a look at five to watch for in Friday night’s game from Big Blue… Offensive Improvement The...
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August 22, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 NFC East preview

Andy: This division might have been the worst in football last year and I don’t know that there is a lot of reason to believe it’s going to be any better this year. Philadelphia came around last year and won it, but it seemed more to me like a hot potato game where nobody really wanted it, but in the end someone had to win it. Dallas did little to improve a terrible defense and...
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August 04, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Giants vs. Buffalo Bills: What to watch for in Hall of Fame Game

Saturday night, the legendary Michael Strahan went into the Pro Football Hall of Fame and delivered an amazing speech. On Sunday, his former team the New York Giants will officially kick off the preseason against the Buffalo Bills in the Hall of Fame Game at Fawcett Stadium in Canton. There is plenty of intrigue in what the Giants will bring to the table this season, specifically...
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August 03, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Giants: Offseason uncertainties

The NY Giants come into the 2014 NFL season as one of the biggest question marks. The Giants have dealt with new personnel, new coaches, injuries, and retirement this offseason. The team does have the added benefit of playing in the Hall of Fame Game, which kicks off tomorrow, August 3rd. Playing in this game allowed the Giants to begin their training camp early than all other NFL...
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August 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Weekly Rewind: New York Giants training camp is officially underway

Here are some of this week’s best stories about the New York Giants: - Previewing the Giants’ rookies heading into training camp (READ) - Daniel Fells getting reps with first-team offense at tight end (READ) - Can Stevie Brown return to form? (READ) - Top candidates to replace Chris Snee (READ) - Who will be the Giants’ slot corner? (READ) - 5 storylines to follow during training...
Via cover32 - Giants
July 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Tweets of the Week

"We only return 9 starters, so we will be young, but it will be exciting. We're not going to change our identity." @BCCoachAddazio #WeAreBC— BC Football News (@BCFootballNews) July 21, 2014Congrats on a great career #OnceAnEagle MT @Giants: Chris Snee announces retirement: http://t.co/cZus3SSUr7 #Snee76 pic.twitter.com/ILd44e8wDV— BC Football News (@BCFootballNews) July 21, 2014Bailey...
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July 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Do the New York Giants have any of the top-10 most overrated players in the NFL?

Yesterday, the fine folks at Grantland released the second half of their annual NFL trade value list, which ranks each player in the league based on how much interest they would garner on the open market. It’s an interesting list, one that is fun to compare with a similar piece cover32 posted earlier in the offseason. While there were plenty of similarities between the two...
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July 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Snee retires respected as a man, but long-shot HOFer

Chris Snee announced his retirement from the NFL this week after a decade of playing right guard for the Giants. His family was standing by as he reportedly choked on the words while meeting with the media, his wife and three kids apparently taking the news even harder than he did. His father-in-law, who also happens to be Head Coach Tom Coughlin, had nothing but great things to...
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July 24, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Giants: Start of training camp

Chris Snee The New York Giants are off to an interesting start with training camp. A career has ended and they have already faced injury two days in. Let’s hope the rest of camp goes a little smoother, or we’ll be in for a rough couple of weeks. On Monday, Chris Snee’s ten years in the NFL came to an end, an end most people saw coming except for Snee. He broke the news to the...
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July 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Top candidates to replace Chris Snee for the New York Giants

After ten seasons and four Pro Bowl appearances, long time Giants guard Chris Snee decided to retire on Monday. His retirement means that Eli Manning is the last remaining member of the 2007 Super Bowl champion team. Snee also leaves a whole in the Giants already shaky offensive line. Luckily for the G-Men there is no shortage of personnel ready to step in and take over starting...
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July 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Giants News: Chris Snee retires

New York Giants guard, Chris Snee, was the only player to have been on the team as long as veteran quarterback Eli Manning. After ten years with the Giants, four of which earned him Pro Bowl appearances, Chris Snee officially announced his retirement. The Giants' official site reported on the events while highlighting the factors that led to Snee's decision.#138762685 / gettyimages...
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July 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Five New York Giants veterans to keep an eye on as training camp opens

With the opening of training camp on Tuesday, the time has arrived for players to strap on the pads and go to work. For some, training camp represents a chance to get into football shape and work on fundamentals. But for others, training camp represents an audition; their chance to make a statement in order to make the 53-man regular season roster. A third group consists of players...
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July 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Training Camp Begins

The 2014 NY Giants season starts with training camp, which begins with its first practice tomorrow.  Two big news items hit in the past 24 hours: (1) Snee is retiring and (2) Wilson is completely cleared to practice and play football. Chris Snee’s body simply wore down before his desire.  While Snee was ready to fight another campaign, his hips and elbow were unable to answer...
Via Ultimate NYG
July 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Giants Injury Update: Chris Snee retires

New York Giants guard Chris Snee missed June's minicamp as he continued to recover from offseason elbow surgery, which led to speculation about his status for the coming season. ESPN's Dan Graziano originally reported on Sunday night that Snee would announce his retirement, and an official announcement came on Monday.#138762685 / gettyimages.comSnee was originally drafted by the...
Via NFL Injury Report
July 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Giants Sign G John Sullen

  According to Field Yates of ESPN, the Giants have signed G John Sullen to a contract on Monday. This news comes just a few hours after long-time Giants G Chris Snee announced his retirement from the NFL. Giants co-owner John Mara mentioned earlier in the day that they had no plans to sign a veteran offensive lineman, but it appears as though the front office felt it was wise to...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
July 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Giants signed former Auburn mauler to replace Chris Snee

Today the New York Giants acted quickly to fill the roster spot of Chris Snee, who retired today after 11 seasons. @ConorTOrr: John Sullen, a 2013 UDFA G/T out of Auburn, has been signed in place of Chris Snee. #nyg The Giants signed John Sullen the big mauler from Auburn who was invited to the […] The post Giants signed former Auburn mauler to replace Chris Snee appeared first...
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July 21, 2014  |  Discuss
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