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New York Giants All Time Team

2019.02.06 15:43 El-Jewpacabra New York Giants All Time Team

I was thinking about who some of the greatest Giants of all time are, and realized there were a few who we have seen recently on the team. So here is my list on who I think the greatest Giants players of all time are, and explanations for a few of them.
QB: Eli Manning There's really only one other legit option for this, and that's Phil Simms IMO, but some people could consider Hoss. Eli is top 10 all time in pretty much every major passing category in the NFL. 2 Super Bowl MVPs, if you wanna argue that it's Simms, I would disagree, but it would make sense. Would also hear arguments for Y.A. Tittle.
HB(S): Tiki Barber, Frank Gifford, Brandon Jacobs, Rodney Hampton.
Considered adding Joe Morrison here, but there are many others that I could have added. Tiki, despite being a massive bitch, is the best RB we've ever had (yet...OROY!). Gifford was a scoring MACHINE is his day, and was a fantastic receiver. Brandon Jacobs was fantastic, and has the second most rushing TDs in a season for a giant behind Joe Morris. I did not add joe to the list due to his career production. He was an absolute beast in '85/'86, and then just kinda fell off the map entirely.
Honorable Mention: Ahmad Bradshaw, Saquon Barkley (Here because I am getting a LOT of shit for him not being on this list)
FB: Madison Hedgecock
Yes, I've done it. There's a FB. Hedgecock made all-pro once and the pro bowl once. I honestly am not too up to date on Giants FBs and who the great ones are, so I kinda googled this one. Feel free to give me shit.
EDIT: Thanks to u/Centeroftheuniverse for letting me know about a FB I had not previously known about. Maurice Carthon should be the best FB.
WRs: Amani Toomer, Odell Beckham Jr, Victor Cruz, Plaxico Burress, Homer Jones,
Most of these are self-explanatory, but I will explain Plax and Homer. Plax, despite not being a true Giant (An FA signing from PIT) was key to us in our Super Bowl 42 win, and was a key part of the offense during his time here. Homer Jones made 2 pro bowls and had 3 1,000 yard seasons for us. Number 6 on the all time receiving yards list. Honorable mention: Hakeem Nicks, Phil McConkey
TE: Jeremy Shockey, Mark Bavaro
OL: Jack Stroud, Chris Snee, Shaun O'Hara, Ray Flaherty, Bart Oates, Mel Hein, Roosevelt Brown
Honorable Mention: David Diehl
CBs: Aaron Ross, Jason Sehorn, Richard Lynch, Tom Landry, Erich Barnes, Corey Webster, Mark Collins.
Ross is here because of his work in the playoffs and super bowls he played in. Not a huge turnover guy, never made a pro bowl, but I don't think we'd have super bowls 42 and 46 without him. Most of our other CBs are here because they produced like crazy in their limited time here. I was considering Terry Jackson here as well, but left him off due to the conditions of his departure. Barnes made 4 straight pro bowls with us after coming here as a FA, and in his first year was a first team all-pro. Sehorn, similar to Barnes, had very high production in a short period of time. We all know how his career kind of ended, and we have been fearful of putting star players at KR and PR ever since Sehorn.
S: Emelin Tunnell, Jim Patton
Arguably some of the best players we have ever produced. Em Tunnell is #2 on the NFL's all time interceptions list, and Patton was a 5(!) time first team all pro, with 52 picks in his career, putting him #2 in franchise history behind Tunnell. We've had some true ball hawks at S for us.
DL: Michael Strahan, Justin Tuck, Andy Robustelli, Roosevelt Grier, Leonard Marshall, Osi Umenyiora.
These guys truly need no introduction. Pro bowlers, DPOY, all-pros, sack artists and playmakers, with some of the most iconic plays in Giants history being made by some of these guys. 22.5, the Montana Hit, 6 sacks in a game, etc.
LB: LT, Harry Carson, Sam Huff, Pepper Johnson, Jessie Armstead, Carl Banks, Antonio Pierce.
3 Hall of famers, and considered to be some of the greatest LBs of ALL TIME, not just for the Giants. Pro bowls, DPOY, DROY, all-pros, super bowl champions, NFL champions. Also, the greatest defensive player of all time.
K: Lawrence Tynes
I put him over Gogolak because of how Tynes helped us win those 2 Super Bowls.
P: Jeff Feagles
This is an edit. It was originally Landeta, but I changed it due to popular demand.
LS: Zak DeOssie
Live, love, and die DeOssie.
HC: Bill Parcells
Took a loser franchise and created one of the best defenses in NFL history and won two Super Bowls. Love Coughlin though.
So as I said earlier, a fair few of these are arguable, and the whole list is my opinion. So please let me know if I forgot someone obvious, or put someone on here who doesn't deserve to be on here. This also took a little while to compile so I'd appreciate the read from anyone who can!
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2019.02.04 23:18 thealfdog Best way to keep up with the NFL.

So I live in the uk so football isn't exactly widely followed or represented on the media. We have a show on twice a week that previews/reviews the matches and shows highlights with analysis from Jason bell and osi umenyiora.
What would you guys recommend is the beat way to keep up to date and informed without being able to follow every second and piece of info.
Podcast or YouTube videos that give say the news, drama, coaches that kinda stuff.
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2016.01.30 14:34 Guardax 50 Super Bowls in 50 Days: Super Bowl XLII

SB I SB XI SB XXI SB XXXI SB XLI
SB II SB XII SB XXII SB XXXII SB XLII
SB III SB XIII SB XXIII SB XXXIII SB XLIII
SB IV SB XIV SB XXIV SB XXXIV SB XLIV
SB V SB XV SB XXV SB XXXV SB XLV
SB VI SB XVI SB XXVI SB XXXVI SB XLVI
SB VII SB XVI SB XXVII SB XXXVII SB XLVII
SB VIII SB XVIII SB XXVIII SB XXXVIII SB XLVIII
SB IX SB XIX SB XXIX SB XXXIX SB XLIX
SB X SB XX SB XXX SB XL SB 50

Super Bowl XLII: New York Giants (NFC) vs New England Patriots (AFC)

New York Giants

It had been up and down for the Giants since losing Super Bowl XXXV, they had three years of losing in the wild card game and three years of missing the playoffs. New York was back in the swing of things in the 2007 season, they had a 10-6 record and were headed back to the playoffs. Eli Manning had a stat line of 23 touchdowns and 20 interceptions on the year as quarterback, and the team only scored the 14th most points in the NFL. The defense allowed 21.9 points per game, 17th most in the league. The team had a mere +22 point differential, 13th in the NFL and the worst of any team that had qualified for the Super Bowl. In the wild card round New York took down the Buccaneers 24-14, and then they took a divisional round trip to bitter rival Dallas where the Giants prevailed 21-17. The NFC title game took the surprising Giants to Lambeau Field in subzero temperatures. In an all-time classic, the Packers were downed in overtime as Lawrence Tynes hit a 47-yard field goal in swirling winds in overtime to push New York over the top. It was the season nobody had seen coming, but when it mattered the Giants found a way to win.

New England Patriots

The Patriots' 2007 season was something so ridiculous that it will be remembered for ever. Let's start off with what everybody knows, they went 16-0 in the regular season, winning a thrilling final game against the Giants to cap it off. Tom Brady threw an astounding 50 touchdowns and 4,806 yards for easy MVP honors and OPOY honors. Bill Belichick won COY honors for taking a team to the first undefeated regular season since the '72 Dolphins. New England had a record +315 point differential, scoring 36.8 points per game while the defense allowed only 17.1, fourth highest in the NFL. After the soul-crushing 2006 AFCCG loss to Indianapolis, the Patriots were suddenly on the road to being one of the best teams ever. In the divisional round it was the Jaguars who were given the task of upending New England, but they fell 31-20. The AFC title game was against another power AFC team, the San Diego Chargers. The game was a tight defensive one where 21-12 to improve to 18-0 and head toward a date with destiny.

The Game: February 3, 2008; 6:30 PM EST; Indoors; University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Arizona

Opening

The Arizona Cardinals hosted the Super Bowl for the second time, now in their state of the art stadium in Glendale. The hype for this Super Bowl was huge with two of the league's most popular teams duking it out. It was an ultimate Davis vs. Goliath story, a Giants team that had fought tooth and nail to reach this point, and a Patriots team that looked completely unstoppable. The pregame show was very tied to American Idol with Ryan Seacrest hosting many popular stars from the show. Recently deceased San Francisco coach Bill Walsh was honored.

1st Quarter

New York started with the ball, and Manning threw to Plaxico Burress for 14 yards and a first down. It was third down again, and this time Steve Smith hauled in a 8 yard pass. Again, third down, and Ahmad Bradshaw this time had an 8 yard run to get a Giants first down. Third down again, Manning threw to Smith for 9 yards. Finally New York was unable to convert a third down and Tynes came out for a 32-yard field goal. 3-0 New York. There were 4:52 left in the quarter when Brady and the New England offense came out, and Lawrence Maroney ran for a first down. Wes Welker converted a key third down for the Patriots, and Kevin Faulk ran in another first down. On third down at the 17, Brady threw to Benjamin Watson incomplete, but Antonio Pierce was called for DPI moving them to the one.
End 1st Quarter: New York Giants 3-0 New England Patriots

2nd Quarter

Maroney easily ran in the touchdown for the Patriots. 7-3 New England. It was another third down conversion for the Giants as Manning threw 38 yards to Amani Toomer. Manning got called for delay of game, and two plays later Ellis Hobbs grabbed a pass for an interception. Brady went to Maroney three straight times but couldn't get a first down and had to punt. Two plays into the Giants' drive Manning fumbled and Bradshaw had to fall on it. It resulted in a punt, and on the next drive Brady was sacked two consecutive times to force a three-and-out. Bradshaw ran for 13 yards to get New York a first down, and Brandon Jacobs ran for another first down. Manning was sacked on 3rd and 4, and fumbled it again, but Smith recovered it. New England decided to replay the down after Bradshaw was called for an illegal bat and it paid off as the Giants punted. Danté Stallworth's 18-yard reception converted a 3rd and 13 for the Patriots. Brady to Welker for 9 and Brady to Faulk for 6 converted a third down, and then Randy Moss hauled in an 18-yard reception. Brady was then sacked, and he fumbled to Osi Umenyiora. Manning had no time to try and get another score before half.
End 2nd Quarter: New England Patriots 7-3 New York Giants

Halftime

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers performed for the 71,101 in Arizona, and 97,500,000 people watching the potentially historic game across the country. Their band name would be very apt for those in Boston.

3rd Quarter

Brady to Welker for 15 yards started the half off, and Faulk converted a third down to keep the team moving. New England failed to get another first down, and on their punt two penalties were called. The Patriots were hit for too many men and the Giants for illegal substitution, Belichick challenged their penalty and won, which with the New York penalty got the Patriots a new set of downs. Faulk had a 14 yard reception to convert a 3rd and 13. 3rd and 7 at the 25, Brady was sacked. It was 4th and 13 and New England went for it, and Brady threw incomplete. Manning to Toomer was good for a first down, and then for a second. The drive stalled past midfield and the Giants pinned the Patriots deep. A 16-yard pass to Welker survived a 2nd and 15 after a New England false start, and Maroney had two straight carries for a first down. Welker had a 19-yard reception, but a false start on the next set of downs backed the Patriots up too far to be able to get into even field goal range.
End 3rd Quarter: New England Patriots 7-3 New York Giants

4th Quarter

Manning threw 45 yards to Kevin Boss and got to the Patriots' 35 where he threw 17 yards to Smith for a key third down conversion. Bradshaw ran for 7, then Manning found David Tyree for a touchdown. 10-7 New York. Brady threw to Moss for 17, but deep in New England territory the Patriots were forced to punt again. The Patriots got the ball after the Giants went three-and-out, and Brady to Moss got them a first down. Maroney ran for 9, and Brady threw 13 yards to Welker. Out of the shotgun Brady threw 10 yards to Welker, then to Moss for 11. Brady to Faulk for 12, then at the six yard line Brady finally broke through the New York defense again to score, 6 yards to Moss, touchdown. 14-10 New England.
Dramatic Super Bowl Finish #11: The Giants started at their 17 yard line with 2:39 left in the game. Manning to Toomer for 11, Manning incomplete, Manning incomplete, Manning to Toomer for 9. 4th and 1 and Jacobs runs for 2 yards. Manning runs for 5 yards, time out Giants, 1:20 left in the game. Manning incomplete. The next play it was 3rd and 5, and Manning called "76 Union Y Sail". Out of the shotgun, Manning's pocket dissolved instantly and three lineman came barreling at him. Despite being pulled on his jersey, Manning stayed up, then with linebackers coming in, Manning threw a bomb down the field right as Mike Vrabel slammed him to the ground. Rodney Harrison and David Tyree both jumped up for the ball. Tyree caught it, Harrison pulled a hand off it, and Tyree held it against his helmet as he slammed to the ground 32 yards down field. First down Giants. The next play Manning was sacked, then threw incomplete. 45 seconds left in the game, Manning threw 12 yards to Steve Smith. 39 seconds, at the 13, Manning finds Burress in the end zone, TOUCHDOWN NEW YORK. 17-14 New York. Brady started at the 26 with 29 seconds left, incomplete, 25 seconds, Brady sacked for a loss of ten, Brady incomplete, 4th and 20: incomplete. Manning took the field and kneeled. 18-1.
FINAL: New York Giants 17-14 New England Patriots
MVP: QB Eli Manning

Current Super Bowl Records Set

Tom Brady: Most Pass Attempts Without Interception (48)
/ New York Giants/New England Patriots: Most 4th Quarter Lead Changes (3)
New York Giants: Longest Drive (9:59)

Wrap-Up

Super Bowl XLII is remembered as the best upset in the history of the game. The Patriots were coming into the game with many already placing them among the best teams in history with a 18-0 record and were looking for their fourth title in seven years. The Giants barely had a positive point differential and people had picked against them every single step of the way. Everybody knows where they were when Tyree caught the ball on his helmet. With so long of the Patriots barely prevailing in the Super Bowl, now it was done to them. Little did we know that both teams would be back, against each other.
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2016.01.24 05:16 Guardax MATT

SB I SB XI SB XXI SB XXXI SB XLI
SB II SB XII SB XXII SB XXXII SB XLII
SB III SB XIII SB XXIII SB XXXIII SB XLIII
SB IV SB XIV SB XXIV SB XXXIV SB XLIV
SB V SB XV SB XXV SB XXXV SB XLV
SB VI SB XVI SB XXVI SB XXXVI SB XLVI
SB VII SB XVI SB XXVII SB XXXVII SB XLVII
SB VIII SB XVIII SB XXVIII SB XXXVIII SB XLVIII
SB IX SB XIX SB XXIX SB XXXIX SB XLIX
SB X SB XX SB XXX SB XL SB 50

Super Bowl XLII: New York Giants (NFC) vs New England Patriots (AFC)

New York Giants

It had been up and down for the Giants since losing Super Bowl XXXV, they had three years of losing in the wild card game and three years of missing the playoffs. New York was back in the swing of things in the 2007 season, they had a 10-6 record and were headed back to the playoffs. Eli Manning had a stat line of 23 touchdowns and 20 interceptions on the year as quarterback, and the team only scored the 14th most points in the NFL. The defense allowed 21.9 points per game, 17th most in the league. The team had a mere +22 point differential, 13th in the NFL and the worst of any team that had qualified for the Super Bowl. In the wild card round New York took down the Buccaneers 24-14, and then they took a divisional round trip to bitter rival Dallas where the Giants prevailed 21-17. The NFC title game took the surprising Giants to Lambeau Field in subzero temperatures. In an all-time classic, the Packers were downed in overtime as Lawrence Tynes hit a 47-yard field goal in swirling winds in overtime to push New York over the top. It was the season nobody had seen coming, but when it mattered the Giants found a way to win.

New England Patriots

The Patriots' 2007 season was something so ridiculous that it will be remembered for ever. Let's start off with what everybody knows, they went 16-0 in the regular season, winning a thrilling final game against the Giants to cap it off. Tom Brady threw an astounding 50 touchdowns and 4,806 yards for easy MVP honors and OPOY honors. Bill Belichick won COY honors for taking a team to the first undefeated regular season since the '72 Dolphins. New England had a record +315 point differential, scoring 36.8 points per game while the defense allowed only 17.1, fourth highest in the NFL. After the soul-crushing 2006 AFCCG loss to Indianapolis, the Patriots were suddenly on the road to being one of the best teams ever. In the divisional round it was the Jaguars who were given the task of upending New England, but they fell 31-20. The AFC title game was against another power AFC team, the San Diego Chargers. The game was a tight defensive one where 21-12 to improve to 18-0 and head toward a date with destiny.

The Game: February 3, 2008; 6:30 PM EST; Indoors; University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Arizona

Opening

The Arizona Cardinals hosted the Super Bowl for the second time, now in their state of the art stadium in Glendale. The hype for this Super Bowl was huge with two of the league's most popular teams duking it out. It was an ultimate Davis vs. Goliath story, a Giants team that had fought tooth and nail to reach this point, and a Patriots team that looked completely unstoppable. The pregame show was very tied to American Idol with Ryan Seacrest hosting many popular stars from the show. Recently deceased San Francisco coach Bill Walsh was honored.

1st Quarter

New York started with the ball, and Manning threw to Plaxico Burress for 14 yards and a first down. It was third down again, and this time Steve Smith hauled in a 8 yard pass. Again, third down, and Ahmad Bradshaw this time had an 8 yard run to get a Giants first down. Third down again, Manning threw to Smith for 9 yards. Finally New York was unable to convert a third down and Tynes came out for a 32-yard field goal. 3-0 New York. There were 4:52 left in the quarter when Brady and the New England offense came out, and Lawrence Maroney ran for a first down. Wes Welker converted a key third down for the Patriots, and Kevin Faulk ran in another first down. On third down at the 17, Brady threw to Benjamin Watson incomplete, but Antonio Pierce was called for DPI moving them to the one.
End 1st Quarter: New York Giants 3-0 New England Patriots

2nd Quarter

Maroney easily ran in the touchdown for the Patriots. 7-3 New England. It was another third down conversion for the Giants as Manning threw 38 yards to Amani Toomer. Manning got called for delay of game, and two plays later Ellis Hobbs grabbed a pass for an interception. Brady went to Maroney three straight times but couldn't get a first down and had to punt. Two plays into the Giants' drive Manning fumbled and Bradshaw had to fall on it. It resulted in a punt, and on the next drive Brady was sacked two consecutive times to force a three-and-out. Bradshaw ran for 13 yards to get New York a first down, and Brandon Jacobs ran for another first down. Manning was sacked on 3rd and 4, and fumbled it again, but Smith recovered it. New England decided to replay the down after Bradshaw was called for an illegal bat and it paid off as the Giants punted. Danté Stallworth's 18-yard reception converted a 3rd and 13 for the Patriots. Brady to Welker for 9 and Brady to Faulk for 6 converted a third down, and then Randy Moss hauled in an 18-yard reception. Brady was then sacked, and he fumbled to Osi Umenyiora. Manning had no time to try and get another score before half.
End 2nd Quarter: New England Patriots 7-3 New York Giants

Halftime

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers performed for the 71,101 in Arizona, and 97,500,000 people watching the potentially historic game across the country. Their band name would be very apt for those in Boston.

3rd Quarter

Brady to Welker for 15 yards started the half off, and Faulk converted a third down to keep the team moving. New England failed to get another first down, and on their punt two penalties were called. The Patriots were hit for too many men and the Giants for illegal substitution, Belichick challenged their penalty and won, which with the New York penalty got the Patriots a new set of downs. Faulk had a 14 yard reception to convert a 3rd and 13. 3rd and 7 at the 25, Brady was sacked. It was 4th and 13 and New England went for it, and Brady threw incomplete. Manning to Toomer was good for a first down, and then for a second. The drive stalled past midfield and the Giants pinned the Patriots deep. A 16-yard pass to Welker survived a 2nd and 15 after a New England false start, and Maroney had two straight carries for a first down. Welker had a 19-yard reception, but a false start on the next set of downs backed the Patriots up too far to be able to get into even field goal range.
End 3rd Quarter: New England Patriots 7-3 New York Giants

4th Quarter

Manning threw 45 yards to Kevin Boss and got to the Patriots' 35 where he threw 17 yards to Smith for a key third down conversion. Bradshaw ran for 7, then Manning found David Tyree for a touchdown. 10-7 New York. Brady threw to Moss for 17, but deep in New England territory the Patriots were forced to punt again. The Patriots got the ball after the Giants went three-and-out, and Brady to Moss got them a first down. Maroney ran for 9, and Brady threw 13 yards to Welker. Out of the shotgun Brady threw 10 yards to Welker, then to Moss for 11. Brady to Faulk for 12, then at the six yard line Brady finally broke through the New York defense again to score, 6 yards to Moss, touchdown. 14-10 New England.
Dramatic Super Bowl Finish #11: The Giants started at their 17 yard line with 2:39 left in the game. Manning to Toomer for 11, Manning incomplete, Manning incomplete, Manning to Toomer for 9. 4th and 1 and Jacobs runs for 2 yards. Manning runs for 5 yards, time out Giants, 1:20 left in the game. Manning incomplete. The next play it was 3rd and 5, and Manning called "76 Union Y Sail". Out of the shotgun, Manning's pocket dissolved instantly and three lineman came barreling at him. Despite being pulled on his jersey, Manning stayed up, then with linebackers coming in, Manning threw a bomb down the field right as Mike Vrabel slammed him to the ground. Rodney Harrison and David Tyree both jumped up for the ball. Tyree caught it, Harrison pulled a hand off it, and Tyree held it against his helmet as he slammed to the ground 32 yards down field. First down Giants. The next play Manning was sacked, then threw incomplete. 45 seconds left in the game, Manning threw 12 yards to Steve Smith. 39 seconds, at the 13, Manning finds Burress in the end zone, TOUCHDOWN NEW YORK. 17-14 New York. Brady started at the 26 with 29 seconds left, incomplete, 25 seconds, Brady sacked for a loss of ten, Brady incomplete, 4th and 20: incomplete. Manning took the field and kneeled. 18-1.
FINAL: New York Giants 17-14 New England Patriots
MVP: QB Eli Manning

Current Super Bowl Records Set

Tom Brady: Most Pass Attempts Without Interception (48)
/ New York Giants/New England Patriots: Most 4th Quarter Lead Changes (3)
New York Giants: Longest Drive (9:59)

Wrap-Up

Super Bowl XLII is remembered as the best upset in the history of the game. The Patriots were coming into the game with many already placing them among the best teams in history with a 18-0 record and were looking for their fourth title in seven years. The Giants barely had a positive point differential and people had picked against them every single step of the way. Everybody knows where they were when Tyree caught the ball on his helmet. With so long of the Patriots barely prevailing in the Super Bowl, now it was done to them. Little did we know that both teams would be back, against each other.
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2015.09.28 11:51 FeltonsNutritionist With Suggs out, why haven't we signed any veteran defensive presence?

While I'm on board with wanting Pees gone and bringing in Maryland native Jim Schwartz, our defensive players in general look completely confused out there half the time. Unless they're disguising their coverage, they're running around still figuring out their assignments moments before the ball is snapped.
 
Our pass rush is terrible and half the time our secondary doesn't seem to even know their assignments. CJ Mosley and Will Hill are the only ones playing consistently with Jimmy Smith not far behind although he got burned by AJ Green.
 
Alright, so we picked up Babin who hasn't even played yet, while Dwight Freeney, Da'Quan Bowers, Osi Umenyiora and Red Bryant are all also available. They may be shells of their former selves, but outside of Bowers, they're all solid veterans to bring leadership to our young defense. Not to mention, Bernard Pollard is also available to bring that much needed grit to our young, soft secondary, who has personally voiced that he wants to come back to Baltimore. You can see how big of an anchor Terrell is for the defense and they can't seem to function properly without him. We desperately need some kind of veteran presence out there, otherwise we're in for a very long season.
 
Sure, in Ozzie we trust, but I simply don't get why the front office isn't proactively doing anything about this. Pees' bend but don't break bs is the opposite of Baltimore defense. We have been the biggest bust thus far this season. You could say our schedule gets easier and 9-7 or MAYBE 10-6 isn't unfathomable if we get our act together, but not at this rate. 0-3 is 0-3 and you can visibly see that it has killed player morale. We've given up 4 consecutive 4th quarter leads with under 3 minutes left in the game, all coming down to the last drive of the game, dating back to the divisional game against the Pats.
 
I don't know about you guys, but I'm scratching my head while losing my mind over here. It's frustrating beyond belief. I'm not saying to get into panic mode yet, but the front office should be alarmed and something needs to be done. Whether that's Pees gone or bringing other player(s), something needs to happen to show that this isn't acceptable and we aren't messing around.
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2015.08.16 13:00 Corehamska A Giant Legacy

Hey everybody, with all this talk of the Giants and the varying opinions on our success as of late, I wanted to go a share some words on the legacy our team has left on the NFL as a whole. These are by no means every single thing our team has helped create but if you want to get involved and see something I missed, post it up!
Let's all just think back and remember that once upon a time our team, The New York Football Giants, once held two of the greatest coaches in history on our team as Offensive and Defensive Coordinators. Who, some younger fans might ask? Well only the legendary Vince Lombardi and Tom Landry, respectively. These two men created some of the greatest ideas in the league and revolutionized the game we know. Ever heard of zone blocking? Vince Lombardi is the grandfather of that. Not only was Vince a great mind on the field but his progressive and unprejudiced ideology made him a man well before his time. Ever heard of the 4-3 defense? That's Tom Landry's handiwork. Oh, and that uncommon formation called the "Shotgun" formation? Also one of Landry's many innovations. Ever wonder why offensive and defensive linemen are so big? Because Landry established the prototypical size for offensive and defensive linemen when he was with the Cowgirls Cowboys. These two fantastic men built legacies that are forever remembered in the annals of the NFL. Not only that, but lets look back at the players who wore our Giants Blue. Players like Sam Huff who was the rival and trump card to Jim Brown. Players like Y.A. Tittle who led us to unimaginable success in his tenure with us. And who could ever forget the Big Blue Wrecking crew of the 1980s? Our pride and joy over the years and a testament to the idea that our team was once feared by every other squad in the league. A defense led by the likes of Harry Carson, Carl Banks, and the one and only Lawrence Taylor. L.T., a man, or monster to QBs, who revolutionized the linebacker role and put the fear of God into almost every player he touched, including his own teammates! There will never be another #56 on the N.Y. Giants because there will never be another Lawrence Taylor. Our legacy does not end there though. That legacy is only extended with the likes of Phil Simms, Jim Morris, and the Big Tuna, Bill Parcells, as well as his dastardly and dangerous protege, Bill Belichick. When that age ended our stars become fewer but did they shine even harder. The 2000s brought back an age when teams everywhere learned to fear the Giants pass rush as their quarterbacks were hunted and chased by Michael Strahan and his students, Justin Tuck and Osi Umenyiora. And how could we forget that loving, mouth-breathing, bumbling QB of our own, Eli Manning? Simply put, we can't, because he never gets injured.
Nowadays it seems almost sad to look back at those wonderful years full of players and coaches and wonder what happened, but don't feel down! We're fans of the New York Giants! We tower over all our problems! Safeties? What are those? Young coaches? Pfff, never! Entire team injured? HA! We'll still beat the Patriots in the Super Bowl!
And now we sit today in 2015, looking at a roster that might not seem as talented as we want it to be. At a coach who might not be as up-to-date as we wish he was. And at an injury plague we just wish would end. Our team isn't what we remember it to be. But don't feel scared or upset about that. Instead, lets keep a little hope and faith in our G-men. There's talent on our team without a doubt, it's just a matter of time until it reaches its peak. For every 1986 or 2007, there's a decade of awful such as the 1970s. For every Lawrence Taylor and Eli Manning, there's a Sinorice Moss or Matt Dodge. Just remember that we all bleed Giants blue, so lets support our players and coaches through thick and thin. We're a very fortunate franchise to have such a legacy and we could very easily be in a much worse situation. We could be the Browns for the past 19 years. We could be the Jaguars after TC left. Hell, we could've been the Cardinals or Saints for their entire existence up until now. Lets just root for our Giants and curse the rest of the NFC East on our path to fulfill the prophecy and get Eli and Coughlin the leverage they need for HoF inductions! GO G-MEN!
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2015.02.15 17:54 zanmanoodle 32 Team/32 Days: Day 9: The Atlanta Falcons

The Atlanta Falcons
(Record: 6-10 [5-1 in Division {2-0 against Saints}])
Division: NFC South
Statistics
There are plenty of sources for the detailed stats, but these here pretty much tell the whole story:
Offensive
Falcons Rank
381 pts (23.8/gm) 12th
6051 yds (378/gm) 8th
4478 passing
1498 rushing
23 TDs 13th
2 Victories against Saints 1st
Defensive
Falcons Rank
417 pts allowed (26.1/gm 27th
6372 yds allowed 32nd
417 pts allowed 27th
22 sacks total 30th
Draft Picks
Round Pick
1 8
2 10
3 9
4 8
5 10
6 9
7 8
Free Agents
I’m going to just go over some top FA’s, the rest are here: http://overthecap.com/free-agency/atlanta-falcons
Osi Umenyiora – DE $4,250,000/yr
Osi has said he would retire this offseason, so assuming that stays true, the Falcons will have a nice chunk of money free’d up. And as nice as it was to have him on our team, his production as a starting DE has more or less come to an end.
Kroy Biermann – DE $3,050,000/yr
The entire city of Atlanta is ready to vanquish him and his reality-show wife to some other city. While he had a good game or two this year, it’s not worth the money to watch Aaron Rodgers dodge him by using the high-level tactic of “taking one step to the left.”
Sean Weatherspoon – OLB $$2,796,500
‘Spoon is a fan-favorite, but his glass bones make him a liability. The general consensus among fans is that we should try to re-sign him on the cheap. He’s a team leader, still.
Matt Bryant – K $2,675,000
Give this man every cent. Only missed 3 kicks on the year, all over 50 yards.
General
If this season was a book I would title it something like “The Decline and Fall of the Mike Smith Empire” or maybe “10 Games I Hated Watching the Falcons” or possibly “Ishtar”
We started okay, going 2-1 out of the gate – kicked off with a satisfying OT win against the Saints, and capped by a lovely, just lovely, shellacking/annihilation/steamrolling/curbstomping/brutalizing/hobnailed-booting/facemelting/flogging of a local rec team in Tampa.
But then the Falcons lost their next 5 in a row, to the Vikings, Giants, Bears, Ravens, and Lions. The Lions game took place in London. The Lions — down 21-0 at the half — came back for a 22-21 win at Wembley Stadium. Mike Smith, whose many screwups this game included donating a timeout to the Lions, was unfortunately not left at Heathrow.
…after which we got to play the Bucs again, and won. That win was followed by a close victory against the Panthers.
At this point, we were ready to win the Division.
Yep. The NFC South, everyone. The NFL’s short bus. The Walt Jr of football. Anyway, the next two weeks had Mike Smith ensuring we lost a close game to the Orange-Helmeted Sportsmen of America.
The next week, the Falcons topped the as-of-then impressive Arizona Cardinals. Unfortunately, the Cardinals injuries and so on made this win less impressive than it felt at the time, but it was still satisfying to watch Julio leave Patrick Peterson slipping in a puddle of his own tears. Then we lost to the Packers (despite a close comeback attempt) and Steelers. No surprises.
The season closed with another win against the Saints (more on that later) and an ugly, TD-less loss to the division champion, 7-8-1 Panthers. To paraphrase a great philosopher… “That’s the way this game should end, that’s the way the Falcons season should end. Ugly, and a loss.”
The end-of-season roundup included a dumping of all top coaches, retaining only a few popular position coaches, including WR coach Terry Robiskie, DL coach and cigar enthusiast Brian Cox, and ST coach Keith Armstrong.
Oh, and we hired Stone Cold Dan Quinn as our new head coach, after a few too many weeks of being teased without a coach at all.
High Points
Despite being sacked 31 times and hurried many more times, Matt Ryan had another top-notch season, throwing for 4694 yards and a 66.1% completion rated. And many of those yards were thrown to Julio Jones, who had a career year, making it 1593 yards in 15 games.
The Falcons swept the Saints. This included a late-season win in the Superdome, and was more or less the main highlight of the season. During the Mike Smith Reign, the Saints had a strong hold on the rivalry, so beating them twice this year was a real treat. Like destroying the Death Star, then destroying it AGAIN two movies later. Good stuff.
September 18th – Going into the 4th quarter against the Tampa Bay Bucs, the Falcons were on top 56-0. Devin Hester, a surprisingly valuable pickup, high-stepped his way past Deion’s return-TD record, in front of Deion himself.
1st-rounder Jake Matthews, while not without some injury setbacks and growing pains, is clearly the starting LT for many years to come in ATL. Surprise Center James Stone also showed promise.
CB Desmond Trufant continued being great.
Low Points
Injuries had their way with our O-line, and only thanks to some Mike Tice Magic, it was only mediocre instead of horrible.
Mike Smith’s game-time coaching. The Lions game, where he called a timeout at the end... when the Falcons were winning... then giving the Lions a chance to actually f*ck themselves into a win by somehow getting a delay of game penalty on a missed kick, then kicking the next one fine. Gah. And the Browns game. Ugh.
The aforementioned DL issues. I wish I could pick a single game to show this, but it was going on all season.
Mike Smith refusing to give Antone Smith extra carries.
Mike Smith not being left at Heathrow after the Lions game.
Mike Smith.
Free Agency/Draft Concerns
DL/Pass Rusher – Please, please, please. 22 sacks is not enough. And to hammer it home, this is part of the reason Mike Smith is gone. The story after the season was that Smitty wanted to build the DL from the inside out – stop the run then work on a pass rush. Dimitroff disagreed. They went Smitty’s way, and we went 6-10.
The 2014 Falcons DL couldn't rush a President's Day Sale, much less a QB.
LB – Similar to our DL, the Linebacking core just isn’t there. Worrilow is solid, though not the best in coverage, and Weatherspoon is injured too often.
OL – There is talent there, but without Tice around to coach it, it wouldn’t hurt to ad a solid RT. 31 sacks is too many.
Final Thoughts
Last year I was prepared for a Falcons bounceback. 2013 was a failure due to injuries, and with everyone healthy, we’ll come storming back, right? Wrong.
Now, all we can do is watch the Hawks for a bit, and wait for the draft, since the Braves decided to cancel baseball for a couple years.
Steven Jackson, among others, will likely be gone in the offseason, and new blood will be brought in.
Like any other team with a brand new coach, the mood is cautious optimism, and an air of let’s-see-what-happens. Dan Quinn is seen by most fans as a good hire. Let’s see what he does, and just keep singing.
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Special thanks to /falcons for being cool.
Thanks to all the girls that refuse to date a 23-yr-old lib-arts grad living with his parents, because with you, I wouldn't have had the time to do this.
Thank you beer, for being beer.
And of course skepticismissurvival for having very large, impressive testicles.
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2013.03.10 00:16 iamnotacola 2013 NFL Mock Draft, Version 6/Post-Combine, Round 1

Note: This was re-edited at 9 PM Eastern due to a few errors.
Versions 1-5 were a waste of my and your time. Now we're past the combine and position rankings are starting to solidify. I've also learned a few lessons: 1. No QBs to the Jags. 2. Lacy before Ball. In addition, a large number of prospects I've had in the early first round (Te'o, Glennon, Lotulelei, Jones, Ogletree to name a few) have seen their draft stock plummet. Let's see how this version pans out. There will be two more versions - Version 7 after free agency and Version 8 right before the draft.
1. Kansas City Chiefs - Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M - This has been a guarantee ever since the Chiefs traded for Alex Smith, and it became more of a guarantee when the Chiefs released Eric Winston last week. I still can foresee the Chiefs trading this pick, but if they hang on to it, there's not a doubt in my mind that Luke Joeckel will be a Kansas City Chief.
2. Jacksonville Jaguars - Dion Jordan, DE/OLB, Oregon - There was some talk about the Jaguars installing a "Leo" position to their defense. I erroneously reported in Version 4 that Jarvis Jones was the perfect man for this job, but since then Jones' stock has sunk. Instead, the rising Dion Jordan will be the speedster that the Jaguars need to reboot their struggling defense.
3. Oakland Raiders - Sharrif Floyd, DT, Florida - When Version 5 came out, a lot of people were talking about Sharrif Floyd's stock going up. I had for a long time put Floyd at #25 to the Seahawks. Now, Sharrif seems likely to go within the top 3, especially with Star Lotulelei sinking because of a heart condition. Sharrif Floyd seems like the most apt candidate to go to the Raiders.
4. Philadelphia Eagles - Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan - The Eagles are unlikely to trade for the #1 slot, as they can still get a stud for a left tackle in Eric Fisher. Chip Kelly has the pieces in place to run his new offense but he'll need to buy Vick some time to not only stay healthy but have more time in the pocket to find their star receivers.
5. Detroit Lions - Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama - There's no doubt that the Lions will go defense here. The only question is if the Eagles will take Milliner first, but I don't see that happening with Fisher on the board. Milliner will be an instant improvement to the Lions' defense to slow down some of the NFC North's high-powered QBs.
6. Cleveland Browns - Ezekiel Ansah, DE, BYU - Talk about a rising stock! Ezekiel Ansah jumps ten spots in this edition. Defense will be key to the new-look Browns, and Ezekiel Ansah can begin to add a pass rush to a team that has for years lacked a solid pass rush. We'll see if the Browns can pick up some additional tools in free agency that could use a solid rookie like Ansah.
7. Arizona Cardinals - Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia - With Joeckel and Fisher off the board, the Cardinals have the choice of reaching for Lane Johnson or taking the likely best QB available in either the draft or free agency. Geno Smith proved at West Virginia that he has the arm to succeed, and the Cardinals desperately need someone to succeed at the quarterback position.
8. Buffalo Bills - Barkevious Mingo, OLB, LSU - Going completely off the grid here as the streak of linebackers to the Bills continues. I don't see the Bills reaching for Patterson, no matter how good he proved himself to be in the combine. I think the Bills' best bet here is to trade down and get a quality WR and a defensive player later in the 1st round (Bills' 8 for Rams' 16 & 22?)
9. New York Jets - Chance Warmack, G, Alabama - The Jets have an evident offensive line problem, one I should have addressed several editions ago. While the Jets' defense still has some work to do, they have to address the offense first and foremost, as that was the head of their problems last season. Plus, butt fumble. (And no, that's not why I picked an offensive lineman.) Edited
10. Tennessee Titans - Jonathan Cooper, G, UNC - Changed to Cooper. Here's what I said about Warmack: The streak continues! Chance Warmack has had some pressure from Jonathan Cooper, but I still hold true that Warmack not only is the top guard on the board but he belongs in Tennessee, where the Titans could use some center line help to revitalize a struggling Chris Johnson.
11. San Diego Chargers - Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma - This is practically a guaranteed pick. Nearly every mock draft on the Internet has Lane Johnson going #11. He might as well start stocking up on San Diego Chargers gear. Taking pre-orders!
12. Miami Dolphins - Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee - The Dolphins will likely land Mike Wallace and possibly Gregg Jennings in free agency, but their current receiving corps is truly terrible. They will need Ryan Tannehill (or maybe Matt Moore) to throw to someone, and the Steelers proved Mike Wallace can't be an every-pass target.
13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah - The Buccaneers would love to get Star Lotulelei, and prior to now there wasn't a shot that he would get anywhere close. Now with his heart condition, Lotulelei could easily fall to the Bucs and even beyond if they find him to be an unsuitable risk.
14. Carolina Panthers - Sheldon Richardson, DT, Missouri - Every time the Panthers draft a DT, I tell the story of how I mocked Dontari Poe last year but Luke Kuechly was worth the investment. Instead, I'm simply going to say that the consensus experts drastically agree with me. So there's that.
15. New Orleans Saints - Bjoern Werner, DE, Florida State - I still believe that Werner (unless there's some ridiculous reason a la fake girlfriend that I haven't heard yet) is top 16 material, and the Saints would love a guy like Werner to bolster their defense now that Dion Jordan has no shot in hell at falling to 15.
16. St. Louis Rams - Kenny Vaccaro, S, Texas - The Rams will have their choice of wide receiver at 22 anyway, so their best bet is to take Vaccaro here. Even with the rising stock of Jonathan Cyprien, Kenny Vaccaro will be, and rightfully so, the first safety off the board.
17. Pittsburgh Steelers - Jarvis Jones, OLB, Georgia - James Harrison was officially released today, and even with Jarvis Jones' back problems, he's still the top candidate on the Steelers' board as a replacement. I mentioned on Facebook that a dream draft for the Steelers would consist of Jones, Te'o, Swope, Mathieu, Barner, Landry Jones, and Jarred Holley; this is the start of another solid Steelers draft.
18. Dallas Cowboys - Alec Ogletree, ILB, Georgia - Many people are using Ogletree's DUI as an excuse to take Ogletree out of the first round. However, Ogletree is an excellent player who will probably go higher than people might think. You also have to consider how common DUIs are. Even Hines Ward got a DUI at the end of his career. People party and drink, that's perfectly normal. The Cowboys certainly won't mind.
19. New York Giants - Johnathan Hankins, DT, Ohio State - The Giants have a giant (pun intended) problem on the defensive ground. The defensive line should be one of the best in football with Justin Tuck and Jason Pierre-Paul (with Osi Umenyiora on the bench), but the defensive tackle position is severely lacking.
20. Chicago Bears - Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dame - Tyler Eifert has emerged as the top tight end in the draft over Zach Ertz. This big two could go either way, but the consensus right now is coming up all Eifert. Chicago could really use both a blocker and a target for Jay Cutler, and Eifert gives the best of both worlds.
21. Cincinnati Bengals - Damontre Moore, DE, Texas A&M - Damontre Moore has been as high as #3 on my board before, but after the emergence of several alternative candidates, Moore's stock has fallen despite his raw talent for the game. I had Sam Montgomery at this spot for several editions but Montgomery may be taken unti the third round now.
22. St. Louis Rams - Keenan Allen, WR, California - There was no doubt that the Rams are interested in a wide receiver, but with Allen and Austin on the board at 16 and a strong likelihood that at least one would fall to 22, the Rams still get a target for Sam Bradford, whom I feel is one of the league's most underrated quarterbacks. (Angry comments and downvotes in 3, 2, 1...)
23. Minnesota Vikings - DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Clemson - I'm giving in to peer pressure here, because I'm always flexible. Tavon Austin is the #3 receiver in the draft right now but Hopkins is the line-of-scrimmage kind of guy that the Vikings could use as a target for Christian Ponder.
24. Indianapolis Colts - Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State - Yikes, this edit is making me confused. I think I forgot someone somewhere. Nevertheless, Xavier Rhodes falls from 11 to 24 just with a different #9 pick. That should go to show you the parity in this draft. Oh, Colts? They badly need a #2 cornerback.
25. Seattle Seahawks - Datone Jones, DE, UCLA - Datone Jones has come out of nowhere in recent weeks. The Seahawks have made their plans no secret - they need to improve their pass rush. As a result, Datone Jones will be an excellent addition to the defensive line.
26. Green Bay Packers - Kevin Minter, ILB, LSU - While there's still an issue with the Packers' running game, they can address that in the upcoming rounds. In the mean time, they need a solid player who can get the job done in both the passing game and the running game, and Kevin Minter appears to be the most drama-free option at this juncture.
27. Houston Texans - Tavon Austin, WR, West Virginia - Tavon Austin's stock went WAY up since Version 5, but as the cards fall, he still winds up with the Texans. Such is life. The speedster can add a deep threat and allow Andre Johnson to focus on the short pass and become more efficient. Everybody wins! Including the Texans!
28. Denver Broncos - Jonathan Banks, CB, Mississippi State - I will most likely never not take a cornerback at this position. Champ Bailey is fading and the rest of the secondary is mediocre at best. They could also look at Jonathan Cyprien but they'll probably look at a cornerback here.
29. New England Patriots - Desmond Trufant, CB, Washington - Desmond Trufant has flown up the board. He's gone #45 to the Chargers the last two times around, but now he is emerging as a quality option for a team in the first round, maybe even higher than #29. The Patriots won't mind; they need a counterattack to get the ball back in the offense's hands.
30. Atlanta Falcons - Alex Okafor, DE, Texas - John Abraham is gone (he was old anyway) and the Falcons desperately need a replacement on the line. Alex Okafor seems to be the choice here. The Falcons would vastly prefer one of the DEs already taken, but that's not an option. Luckily, Okafor should be able to do the trick.
31. San Francisco 49ers - Jonathan Cyprien, S, FIU - Jonathan Cyprien continues to amaze everyone, including me. Cyprien put on a stellar performance at his Pro Day that will cement his selection in the first round, and lucky him that he finds a suitor on the league's best defense.
32. Baltimore Ravens - Arthur Brown, OLB, Kansas State - Arthur Brown is a guy who plays linebacker. You'd rather hear me talk about Manti Te'o, right? I've seen a lot of mock drafts having Te'o going to the Ravens, but after John Harbaugh's thoroughly disinterested look, Te'o seems doomed to the second round.
Rounds 2 and beyond will be posted on a later date. I hope to get this mock draft to at least four rounds, but it won't be done today.
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2013.01.03 01:39 lonestarFW What are the odds Spencer and Ratliff stay/go? Who replaces them?

I really don't see Spencer and Ratliff being here next year, unfortunately. I think Spencer will get overpaid by a desperate team. Ratliff I'm not sure about. Something about him and Jones having words and with his injuries. I'm not up to date on his contract so I don't know there.
Ifsofacto, who replaces these 2? These are pretty big position players that'd be leaving.
I'd like to see them address interior Dlineman in the draft. Bring in a good young guy to start.
What does /cowboys think about Osi Umenyiora? I know he is a giant and we hate him but he's not a bad player. He is for sure going to market. He might be like Spencer an go to a desperate team, and he'll get overpaid. Then again, jones might be that guy to overpay him. It'd be a solid threat opposite of Ware. Not to say Spencer isn't but I have a feeling he doesn't want to be a cowboy.
Ideas? Thoughts?
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