The New York Giants were nothing if not unlucky during the 2011 regular season. Last season was like a three-act play. Act 1 lasted 14 games and was wrought with injuries, inconsistent play and, at times, bonehead coaching. Act 2 lasted two games and was marked by two scrappy wins that showed promise and fueled optimism for another great run a la 2008. Act 3, well, we all know how that worked out.
The Giants surprised everyone this season, rising above injuries and inconsistent play to eek into the playoffs and ultimately secure the franchise’s fourth Super Bowl trophy. But the road to the XLVI was hard given the rash of inju... Read Post
Once the 2014 regular season ends, players drafted in 2012 will become eligible for new contracts. By May 3, teams holding the rights of first-round picks must decide whether to extend their rookie deals for a fifth year. Based on ... Read Post
New York Giants defensive lineman Justin Tuck has gone through two frustrating regular seasons in 2011 and 2012, amassing a total of 9.0 quarterback sacks after putting up 11.5 in his All-Pro season of 2010. Tuck did play the game o... Read Post