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Coaches Corner – 12/26/12


My two minute warning

I can never support a player that beats his own mother but Dez Bryant is playing like a super star over the last month of the season. If Bryant beat his mom the way he’s beating opposing defenses, he belongs in prison and the Pro Bowl!!

If Mark Sanchez told Rex Ryan that since he wasn’t starting he didn’t want to be included in any snaps or special packages, he would have been crucified. But Tim Tebow quits on his team and basically gets a pass from the general public.
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Hump Day Thoughts on Sports – 11/28/12


by Steve Farace

What do you say we make it a tradition with the cheap plugs to start this bad boy off with?

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Coaches Corner – 10/23/12


by Yankee Todd

My two-minute warning

Captain Clutch!

Eli Manning’s heroics under pressure never shock me.  Down three with less than two minutes! No problem.  On the biggest stage and in the biggest city, it doesn’t affect the most unassuming star that Gotham city has ever produced.  Injuries and back ups never faze him. There’s never an excuse and  there’s never anyone to blame.

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Preview: Giants vs 49ers


A rematch of last season’s NFC Championship game, the New York Giants (3-2) look to get another victory against the San Francisco 49ers (4-1) at Candlestick Park this Sunday.

Last Sunday the Giants took care of the Cleveland Browns with a 41-27 victory. Ahmad Bradshaw started off shaky with a fumble on his first carry, which led to a Trent Richardson touchdown run, but was solid the rest of the way. He carried the ball 30 times for 200 yards and a touchdown, and he wasn’t alone. Victor Cruz had a career high three touchdown day on five receptions for 50 yards.
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Posted by on October 13, 2012 in David Joaqui, Football, Sports

 

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Preview: Giants vs Browns


After coming up short in week 4, the New York Giants (2-2) look to get above .500 against the winless Cleveland Browns (0-4) at MetLife Stadium.


On Sunday night the little things hurt the New York Giants. An interception in the red zone by Eli, the running game being nonexistent, but with all that the Giants were still in the game. The play that hurt them the most was Ramses Barden’s offensive pass interference that moved the ball from the Eagles 27 yard line to the 36, out of Lawrence Tynes usual field goal range. With only 15 seconds left and no timeouts remaining, Tom Coughlin decided to kick the 54-yard field goal instead of attempting at a few more yards on third down and giving Tynes a little bit more a chance. Tynes missed the field goal twice, once wide left before Andy Reid’s timeout, and the second by a few feet.
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Posted by on October 6, 2012 in David Joaqui, Football, Sports

 

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Coaches Corner – 9/24/12


by Yankee Todd

I’m back!!!

I can only imagine the vibe and buzz that the cities of Washington DC and Baltimore have right now! The Nationals have already clinched their spot in the post season and the Baltimore Orioles have gone from a feel good story to a team that has an incredible chance to win the American League East.

My hat goes off to Buck Showalter.

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Hump Day Thoughts on Sports – 9/19/12


by Steve Farace

I’ve been watching the new NBC Sports Network all night. That’s right – don’t judge me. Actually it isn’t that bad. First I watched Rocky and now they are showing an overview of last week in the NFL. Not bad at all. Norv Turner is currently telling his Chargers offense that the 89 yard drive was a “helluva job”. Anywho…

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