Category Archives: New York Giants

The Exact Moment Jay Cutler Was Injured and Other Points of View

Bears The Bears exepct the Raiders to do a great deal of blitzing against the inexperienced Caleb Hanie. According to Sean Jensen at the Chicago Sun-Times, they’re pretty good at it: “The Oakland Raiders’ defense doesn’t distinguish itself in many … Continue reading

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Teams Who Have Things Like “Quarterback Schools” and Teams Who Don’t. And Other Points of View.

Bears Sean Jensen at the Chicago Sun-Times notes Jerry Angelo’s belief that tight end Greg Olsen will have am more prominent role in the offense next year. Jeff Dickerson at ESPNChicago.com reviews the state of the cornerback position.  Head coach … Continue reading

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NFL Considering Scab Owners and Other Points of View

Bears Bless Bears wide receiver Rashied Davis for trying to organize team offseason workouts during the labor stoppage.  Via Vaughn McClure at the Chicago Tribune. ESPN‘s Todd McShay on the possibility that the Bears will find a good defensive tackle that … Continue reading

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Draft Strategy Around the League and Other Points of View

Bears Pat Kirwan at NFL.com doesn’t think the Bears are going to be filling their needs along the line of scrimmage in the first two rounds of the NFL draft.  He has them picking Texas cornerback Aaron Williams in the first … Continue reading

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Aaron Rogers Refuses Autograph to Dying Child and Other Points of View

Bears Steve Rosenbloom at the Chicago Tribune: “’As you go back to the preseason,’ Lovie Smith said, “no one really saw us being in this position.’ Raising my hand.” Mine too. Rosenbloom has a message for Bear fans: “When. The. … Continue reading

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Do the Bears Need a “Big-name” Wide Receiver? And Other News

Bears Bears wide receivers coach Darryl Drake talks to Vaughn McClure at the Chicago Tribune about how the Bears wide receivers have improved in running routes: “‘[Johnny Knox is] really learning how to set guys up,’ Drake said. ‘Just using … Continue reading

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Current Bears Linemen Long-Term Answers? And Other News

Bears While answering a fan’s question, Neil Hayes at the Chicago Sun-Times surprised me with this revelation: “As for offensive line prospects, it’s too early in the process for me to give you an educated answer. I did think it … Continue reading

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Bears Must Address Defensive Backfield in the Offseason

For all those Bears fans who are cover-2 haters, Andrew Furman at the ultimateny.com comments on the Giants use of it in their disastrous loss to Green Bay: “You get success vs weaker teams with these schemes, but when you … Continue reading

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A Committee of One Gets Things Done

After quarterback Eli Manning called a players-only team meeting following the Giants collapse against the Eagles, Sam Farmer wrote a column appearing in the Chicago Tribune on the effectiveness of such meetings.  The conclusion was pretty much “not very”.  The … Continue reading

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New York Giants Stuck in Kansas City. Game at Vikings Could Be Delayed

BREAKING:  The New York Giants team flight to Minneapolis has been diverted by a snowstorm to Kansas City (via profootballtalk.com).  The Giants were forced to conduct their Saturday walkthrough and pre-game meetings in Kansas City’s MCI airport.  Now according to … Continue reading

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