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New Age GM – Part 1

Written by: Paul Burke

The talking heads, “analyst”, local and the national media have begun their bombardment of lists of possible candidates for the vacant GM position. Instead of wasting your time with whom they may target, which is anyone’s guess, we will lay out what qualities the new age GM or front office should possess.

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Giants Fire Ben McAdoo and Jerry Reese!

Written by: Glenn Warciski

Giants owner John Mara could not take it anymore! After a 2-10 record and the mishandling of the Eli Manning benching, Giants owner John Mara protected his brand by jettisoning head coach Ben McAdoo and GM Jerry Reese.

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Prophet’s Pulpit – NYG vs. Raiders Preview & Prediction

Written by: Tony “The Prophet” Yantosca

The Giants provided the wrong type of entertainment for a national turkey day audience in prime time. It was downright embarrassing. It was definitely one of the worst games of Eli’s career. He was 13 of 27 for 113 yards, 0 TDs and one interception. The team did not score an offensive TD, and the offense scored three points. The Gmen had just seven first downs, a 14% 3rd-down efficiency and 84 rushing yards. They lost the time of possession battle by nearly 10 minutes, 34:37 to 25:23.

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Is Mara Capable?

Written by: Paul Burke

If you read his interview, you have to be shaking your head. The man comes off as so disingenuous. If he really wasn’t fully involved in this decision, and blindsided by the rashness of how it went down, then he should show some leadership. Good grief, this is not looking good for decision making, moving forward. This fiasco should never have evolved to such a level of stupidity. It is total and utter mismanagement from the top down.

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Pinnacle of Ineptitude – Eli Manning Benched

Written by: Paul Burke

No, it is not the 2-9 record, the implosion of the defense that ranks at the bottom of the league in so many categories, the woeful OL or the locker room turmoil. This is the pinnacle. Whether Eli is washed up or just a bystander of a dysfunctional football team does not really matter. The man brought you two Super Bowls – one single-handedly – when he played the best stretch of his career. He’s handled himself with grace, class and put the team ahead of himself. This is purely about how this dysfunctional organization managed the situation, and how it never should have lead to this.

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A Day of Overwhelming Sadness – Eli Manning Benched.

Written by: Glenn Warciski

November 28, 2017 = June 16th, 1994.

Like Phil Simms’ unexpected unceremonious departure in 1994,  the Giants announced Eli Manning will no longer be their starting quarterback.  Yesterday, a teary eyed and shocked Manning could not believe the Giants had dumped him for Geno Smith. History repeats itself, so let us compare what happened to Simms and Manning.

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Thanksgiving Edition of Prophet’s Pulpit – NYG vs. Redskins Preview & Prediction

Written by: Tony “The Prophet” Yantosca

Happy Thanksgiving!

Well, the Giants two wins have come from the two most improbable matchups this year. However, the Denver win has lost its luster as we have seen the Denver Broncos implode. The Giants showed the best effort all year this past week. Jenkins got his act together and acted as a professional. The conditions with the high wind definitely helped the Giants.

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Prophet’s Pulpit – KC vs. NYG Preview & Prediction

Written by: Tony “The Prophet” Yantosca

The Giants have suffered worst losses than the one at the hands of the 49ers last Sunday. The 44-3 loss to the 49ers in 1993 in the divisional playoffs and the 34-7 loss to the Ravens in Super Bowl 35 are just two examples. There are certainly many more that can be mentioned, but I have never seen a game in my over 50 years of watching the Giants (I started at age seven) that there was less effort put forth.

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