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Re: NY Rangers 2014 - 2015
Source:  Big Blue Huddle -Forum Posts
Monday, 20 October 2014 20:52

Steve, looks like Hank got your memo. :nanner:


Re: NY Rangers 2014 - 2015
Source:  Big Blue Huddle -Forum Posts
Monday, 20 October 2014 20:47

I'm slowly warming up to the guy Ed. :surrender:


Re: Is the Giants Season Over??
Source:  Big Blue Huddle -Forum Posts
Monday, 20 October 2014 20:47

It's not over until we're mathematically eliminated.


Re: JPP are we going to want to keep him?
Source:  Big Blue Huddle -Forum Posts
Monday, 20 October 2014 20:45

Jenkins is breaking down big time. Give the Rook Bromley a Uni, see what he can do? I'm in the same camp as Steve, Moore needs to be out there more. Even Ayers should be rotated in more. It's a long season and we depend on our DE's to get pressure, whi...


Re: Is the Giants Season Over??
Source:  Big Blue Huddle -Forum Posts
Monday, 20 October 2014 20:36

I don't like Dallas anymore than anyone else here, but they have a lot to prove if they want to make a run. They have looked hot other years and have fizzled when it counts. Eagles could make a run or they might get found out as well. Giants need to pl...



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Blue Screen Blog

What we learned: First of all, the Giants aren’t nearly as bad as they looked in their 27-0 blowout loss to Philadelphia.
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Just as he promised he would, Victor Cruz left a taped message for the Giants to watch at their team hotel on Saturday night, hoping to inspire them against the Cowboys on Sunday.
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The Dallas Cowboys are rolling with five wins in a row, and they may be catching the battered and bruised Giants at the perfect time.
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Inside Football News

The Dallas Cowboys proved they are indeed for real as the New York Giants had very few answers to stop their division rivals from rolling to a 31-21 win, the Cowboys’’ sixth in a row. Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was brilliant, completing 17 of 23 passes for 279 yards, three touchdowns and only one interception, [...]
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The Giants loss to the Eagles?  This one falls under the category of hey, it’s only one loss.  Blowout or by a fingernail, they all count the same. That’s taking the glass half-full view.  The half-empty angle says, can the offensive line be that bad?  Because if it is, then there’s trouble in them thar [...]
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After a play in the first half (Giants-Eagles), the chains were brought out for a measurement. On the screen, it looked like the ball was a couple of links short but the Eagles were awarded a first down. I believe Collinsworth even commented as much, but then not much was made of it afterwards. Would [...]
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Star-Ledger Giants

The coach is thinking big as his team gets a week off from work.
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The Monday night contest seems like a realistic goal for the Giants starting running back.
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Big Blue View

Here is your Monday Night Football open thread. Week 7 of the 2014 NFL season will conclude Monday night when the Houston Texans (3-3) visit the Pittsburgh Stellers, who are also 3-3. Game time: 8: 30 p.m. ET TV: ESPN Announcers: Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden, Lisa Salters Odds: Steelers -4 | Jesse's Pick: Texans with the outright win There was hope that Texans defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL Draft, would make his debut Monday night. Clowney, out with a knee injury, is unlikely to play, however.
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Just like last week, the grades are in and not many are good for our New York Giants It may not have been 27-0 bad, but in some ways this New York Giants loss to the Dallas Cowboys is possibly even more infuriating because of the mistakes that were made. Make no mistake, this game was winnable, but untimely penalties, questionable coachind decisions and turnovers once again made the Giants their own worst enemy in whats now becoming a really tiresome, repetitive story. So, with some measure of frustration, I present to you our PFF review of this game: Should've...
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