Redskins 20 Giants 6

Written by:  Alexander George & Glenn Warciski

Time to blow this thing up!

So many warts popped up.  All THREE major warts stood out.  Giants offensive line allowed  Eli Manning to be sacked SEVEN times.  The defense recorded ZERO sacks.  Embattled Giants quarterback Eli Manning threw TWO crucial interceptions.  What does this mean?   Giants need to overhaul both the offensive and defensive lines.  More importantly,  make a change at quarterback.   For the third consecutive week, the Giants offense led by Eli Manning cannot score points.  13 points vs the Eagles,  12 points vs the Falcons, and 6 points vs the Redskins.  Yes, we are omitting the meaningless touchdowns versus the Falcons and Redskins.  The point is the Giants cannot get out of their own way.  Another embarrassing effort at home against a weak opponent.  With this ugly loss, the Giants fall to 1-7 overall  and 0-3 in the NFC East.  In back to back seasons, the Giants are at a dismal 1-7 record.  Last time the Giants were this hapless:  The 1970s.  1973:  1-7-1 and 1974: 2-6.  The hyped up 2018 season is over.  Time to turn the page.  2019 cannot come soon enough.    Continue reading

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Giants 2018 Season Flames Out in Atlanta: Falcons 23 Giants 20?

Giants fall to 1 – 6 for 2nd Consecutive Year

Written by:  Alexander George

Despite Eli Manning throwing for nearly 400 yards and wide receivers Sterling Shepard (5 REC 167 yards, Long – 58 yards) Odell Beckham, Jr. (8 REC 143 yards, 1TD, Long – 51 yards) accumulating more than 140 yards each, the New York Giants lost to the Atlanta Falcons 23 – 20. The Falcons were able to create a few game changing plays that made the difference in their victory. Giants head coach Pat Shurmur also decided on a few risky play calls which cost Big Blue critical points down the stretch of the game and contributed to the loss. Continue reading

Philadelphia Eagles 34 – Saquon Barkley 13

Written by Alexander George

Saquon Barkley (13 Rushing attempts for 130 yards, 1 TD, Long 50 yards & 9 Rec out of 12 targets for 99 yards , Long 55 yards). had the best game of his rookie season. Barkley was the only one who showed up in the Eagles beating of the New York Giants 34 – 13. With that performance, he is currently second only to Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt for consecutive 100 rushing and reception yards in a single season with 6 games. Hunt accomplished the feat last season with 7 consecutive 100 all-purpose yards. Even Giants kicker Aldrick Rosas 2 field goals of 33 and 21 yards were primarily set up by the Big Blue runner in a 46 yard run and a 55 yard reception in the first half of play.Ironically enough Rosas first miss of the season, a 52 yard field goal  with a little over 1 minute in the first half, did not feature a huge play by Barkley in the drive. Continue reading

CAR 33 NYG 31-Giants Lose to Panthers on a Heartbreaking, Last Second Field Goal

 

by Alexander George & Glenn Warciski

With 6 seconds left, Carolina Panthers kicker Graham Gano scores on a 63 yard field goal as the Panthers defeat the New York Giants 33 – 31. Due to Gano’s heroic kick, New York Giants Underground staff agrees that he is the MVP of the game. Gano is 1 yard short of the NFL record, set by Matt Prater (Broncos/Lions), and is currently tied with Tom Dempsey (Saints), Jason Elam (Broncos/Falcons), Sebastian Janikowski (Raiders/Seahawks) and David Akers (Eagles/49ers/Lions) for the second longest field goal of all-time. History also repeats itself as the last time the Giants faced the Panthers in 2015, Gano hit a game winning 43 yard field goal as well defeating Big Blue 38 – 35. Continue reading

Saints 33 NYG 18-Saints Stomp on Giants!

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photo courtesy of the new orleans advovate.

Big Blue Fails to Stop Saints’ Alvin Kamara in 33 – 18 Loss

by Alexander George

The New York Giants and New Orleans Saints have had a history of high scoring games, in the past decade, between quarterbacks Eli Manning and Drew Brees. In their highest scoring game on November 1, 2015, the Saints defeated the Giants 52 – 49. Eli Manning (30 for 41, 350 yards 6TDs) and Drew Brees (39 for 50, 505 yards, 7TDs & 2INTs) combined for over 850 yards and 13 touchdowns. By the end of last night’s game, both quarterbacks barely broke over a total of 400 yards and only 1 touchdown was thrown in which the Saints defeated the Giants 33 – 18. Continue reading

NYG 27 Texans 22

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Giants Get First Win of 2018 Season!  Eli Manning Got his Groove Back!

Written by:  Alexander George

Eli Manning (25 for 29, 297 yards, 2TDs  ZERO INT (QTR Rating 132.3) threw a 7 yard touchdown pass to Sterling Shepard (6 REC out of 7 targets for 80yds, 1TD, Long 23 yds) with 2:08 left in the game to extend the lead to 12 points. Although the Texans scored a touchdown with one second left in this game. It was too little tool late. The touchdown catch by Shepard sealed the win.

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DAL 20 NYG 13-Cowboys Clobber Giants

The Dallas Dak Attack Defeats the Giants 20 – 13

by Alexander George

Manning was sacked SIX times and hit EIGHT times.

In the third play of the game, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott threw a 64 yard touchdown bomb to receiver Tavon Austin for a quick score which set the tone of the game in a 20 – 13 victory over the New York Giants. With the loss, the Giants fall to 0-2. Teams that are 0 – 2, such as the Giants, have a slim 11 percent chance of making the playoffs. Big Blue has to defy the odds, to make that playoff push this season. Continue reading

The Projected 53 New York Giants Roster for 2018

– by Alexander George

With the last preseason game played last Thursday against the New England Patriots, some New York Giants players had one last opportunity to impress their coaches to the point where they would assure a roster spot for the 2018 season.

Listed below are the projected 53 Giants players who will be on the roster starting on Week 1 of the NFL season against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Continue reading

Pats 17 NYG 12-Etling Shines!

Written by: Alexander George

 

New England Patriots rookie quarterback Danny Etling outplayed the New York Giants rookie quarterback, Kyle Lauletta, in a
17 – 12 Patriots victory.  Both quarterbacks started the game for their respective teams for the first time in the pre-season. Only Etling played for the entire game as Lauletta was benched, after throwing his second interception, for Giants journeyman quarterback Alex Tanney. Continue reading