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Archive for July, 2006

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Monday, July 31st, 2006

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Giants defense articles

Monday, July 31st, 2006

We have a New York Times article on Chase Blackburn and his nexck injury which should be completely healed.

There’s also an article on Tim Lewis controlling his creativity, not doing anything too crazy with all the giants pass rushers:

In the month-plus between minicamp and training camp, he studied a few of the great defenses in recent history: the 2000 Ravens, the 1985 Bears and last season’s Super Bowl champion Steelers. Instead of seeing a lot of gadgets, Lewis noticed intelligent coordinators simply letting their talented players dominate.

Training camp begins

Saturday, July 29th, 2006

It seems that Eli Manning is off to a good start. He’s more of a leader and more willing to throw the ball away.

Inside Football also mentions Manning as well as Toomer, Moss, and Shank.

On the defensive side of things, Robbins (at 315 pounds) is playing nose tackle next to William Joseph. Ioanne never showed so the Giants resigned Sir Henry Anderson.

2 Eli Manning articles

Thursday, July 20th, 2006

Eli Manning thinks that he’ll get his timing right with Burress and Shockey even though they practice in Miami. Let’s hope so!

He also thinks the offense will be better than last year. I agree.

Giants & NFC East articles

Thursday, July 13th, 2006

Troy Aikman says that Eli is devloping the way you’d expect although it would be better is Shockey and Burress were practicing with him.

Sports Illustrated talks about some of the NFC East players who will impact their new teams. I vote for Lavar Arrington.

One Game Changes Everything

Wednesday, July 12th, 2006

Football fans who were open-minded enough to check out the other football (soccer) this summer probably noticed that the slogan of the World Cup was,

Strahan says the Gaints will be in the Super Bowl

Wednesday, July 12th, 2006

Strahan says the Giants can reach the Super Bowl, and Manning says he will improve after his playoff meltdown last season. Here’s another article with some same and some different information.

Gaints are a harmonius team

Tuesday, July 11th, 2006

This article about Eli Manning touches on something even more important than why Archie is proud of Eli:

For now, the Giants’ locker room vibe appears to be harmonious after wide receiver Plaxico Burress — who did not catch a pass in the playoff loss, skipped the team’s season-ending meeting and spent time criticizing Eli to the New York media — dismissed the notion that a rift existed between the two, telling reporters, “I’m a competitor. I love to win. The way we went out, it was kind of humiliating to me. That’s the way I felt, and that’s what I chose to do.”

Random Thoughts and More Predictions!

Monday, July 10th, 2006

Let the pessimism begin! In the last few weeks ESPN took it upon themselves to predict everything and anything they could think of about the upcoming NFL season. In the process they ranked depth charts, made playoff picks, and selected a champion.

Of course, we all know how summer predictions can sound in six months

Random Giants stuff for a slow week

Sunday, July 9th, 2006

We’re starting to see some draft choices signed, and that can give us an idea of what Giants draft picks will be getting. First, DeMeco Ryans was taken 33rd, one pick after Kiwanuka, and is getting a four year deal for $5 million total.

Danieal Manning was taken at 42 (Moss was taken at 44) and got a four year deal worth a total $3.4 million.

Since nothing much is going on in the NFL these days, Pat Kirwan wrote an article about game changers. Of course, this would include LT.

We’ve also got an article on Eli and Peyton working with kids from New Orleans in a football summer camp.