When Jerry Reese walked into the Giants' war room on May 8, he needed a home run -- not so much to save his job, but to save his reputation.
Maybe Jerry Reese isn’t such an NFL draft nightmare after all.
If John Mara brings back Tom Coughlin and Jerry Reese,he will have to stand in front of an angry fan base and skeptical media.
The bright future promised by the star receiver's rookie season might just be enough to convince Giants brass to hang onto both their head coach and GM for another year. As the New York Giants limp through a second consecutive losing season, the seats of head coach Tom Coughlin and general manager Jerry Reese have become increasingly warm. Show More Summary
Jerry Reese is almost certainly not going to get fired at the end of this miserable season.
New York Giants tight end Adrien Robinson came into the NFL as a fourth-round draft pick in 2012 with so many expectations. However, it was an innocuous comparison to a teammate made by general manager Jerry Reese after Robinson wasShow More Summary
Giants co-owner Steve Tisch said Tuesday that the team would wait until after the Super Bowl to discuss the futures of coach Tom Coughlin and General Manager Jerry Reese, a plan that ran counter to the usual timeline that teams follow when potentially making major changes to their organization. It didn’t take long for Tisch’s…
There was never any doubt that Tom Coughlin would do what he did on Monday, in the wake of one of his team’s greatest failures.
Three weeks ago, New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese, speaking to reporters during the bye week, referred to his team’s upcoming four games against the Colts, Seahawks, 49ers and Cowboys as “murderers’ row.” He wasn ’t kidding. The...Show More Summary
Odell Beckham has been just what the Giants needed on offense on Sunday. The Giants have heard calls for big plays from General Manager Jerry Reese and coach Tom Coughlin and Beckham provided a couple of them. Beckham and Richard Sherman have engaged in an entertaining battle through the first half and Beckham’s come out…
Here is what we learned Monday night at MetLife Stadium: The Giants’ defense is better than the offense, but that’s not saying much. On the night when they were supposed to get “more aggressive” – as GM Jerry Reese pleaded – the Giants showed they weren’t quite ready to open up their playbook.
Jerry Reese wasn’t wrong when he said the Giants offense sometimes plays “too cautious,” and he was well within his rights to suggest a “more aggressive” approach.
Giants General Manager Jerry Reese said this week that the team needs to be more aggressive on offense than they’ve been while compiling a 3-4 record. Reese’s comments come at a time when Eli Manning is completing 64.9 percent of his passes and on a pace to throw 11 interceptions, which is exactly the kind…
Jerry Reese may want a more explosive offense, but his quarterback isn’t planning to alter the Giants’ just-overhauled passing attack anytime soon. Two days after the Giants GM called for Big Blue’s new West Coast attack to get more “aggressive,” Eli Manning, speaking on a conference call with reporters in Indianapolis, maintained his belief in the current offensive approach.
New York Giants senior vice president and general manager Jerry Reese met with reporters on Monday to address a variety of questions regarding the team’s 3-4 record and his expectations moving forward. While Reese usually measures his...Show More Summary
After their abysmal offensive season in 2013, the Giants turned to Ben McAdoo as their new offensive coordinator in hopes that he would devise a scheme that upped Eli Manning’s accuracy while cutting down on the number of times he handed the ball to the other team. Through seven games, Manning is completing 64.9 percent…
One-by-one, Jerry Reese went through the list of things that have spoiled yet another start to another Giants season. Injuries, rookies forced prematurely into action, too many new faces. And it’s true they all played a part.
Eli Manning, once a never-say-die gunslinger, has only now learned to value each and every possession, to think smart play instead of big one. But he just may have learned his lessons in offensive conservatism a little bit too well.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Don't think the New York Giants are taking enough shots downfield in their new offense? Well, you have some high-profile company. Giants general manager Jerry Reese agrees with you. "I just think, as an offense, we have to be more aggressive," Reese said in his annual midseason news conference Monday. Show More Summary
If you asked me to name three players currently holding the New York Giants together, I'd point to three members of general manager Jerry Reese's 2014 draft class. Of course, you can make the easy case for Eli Manning or Jason Pierre-Paul, arguing that the passer's precision or the rusher's relentlessness have actually fueled the Giants. Show More Summary