Since our acquisition of Drew Brees, the Saints have consistently put faith in those too old, too much trouble, too much attitude, and too injured, most recently being eight days ago.
In this week 13 PREVIEW, the Dallas Cowboys come riding into Giants Stadium. To commemorate the occasion, we welcome SPECIAL GUEST, and resident Cowb...
To help cope with the dire straits in which the G-Men find themselves, we distract one another with talk about Thanksgiving, Tiger Woods, and steroids.
The AFC has become just as complicated as the NFC has been for years when attempting to shape the playoff picture. The Denver Broncos jumped out earl...
In this Week 10 Bye Week special, we rejoice in the Giants' good fortune during their week off.
In this Week 9 Bonus length post-game podcast, Greg and Dan attempt to pick up the pieces after the Giants' heartbreaking last minute loss to the Chargers.
Which comes first, the return of the NFL to Los Angeles or pro basketball to New York?
In the wake of his worst two-game stretch since the stinkers of '07, we still don't know where Eli Manning fits on the spectrum between "deeply flawed player" and "elite quarterback."
Eli Manning's right heel injury reminds us of a common problem that affects athletes, both competitive and recreational alike - plantar fasciitis.
Eli Manning just had two bad games in a row: What if he goes in the other direction from "pretty good" to "average," and not the step forward to "excellent" that we're all banking on?
This game represents the Giants' third game against a decent offense this year. After getting gashed by the Cowboys and the Saints, they're hoping the third time is a charm.
As many as 2 million Americans are affected by plantar fasciitis each year, making it a problem that affects both competitive and recreational athletes alike.
Sunday was the perfect storm: The Giants played exceptionally poorly, the Saints played exceptionally well, and most momentum seemed to go the Saints' way.
More than anything, the Raiders of this era are characterized by mental errors; indeed, such boneheaded plays helped the Giants to take a 28-0 lead one minute into the second quarter.
The game was a blueprint of how a quarterback with questionable accuracy can still be excellent.
The Kansas City Chiefs are a professional football team, and that's about the kindest thing you can say about them with a straight face.