Sure the Giants, with an 8-8 record and another playoff loss, clearly did more than enough to warrant an extension for coach Tom Coughlin. Yeah, sure they did. However, everyone knows that Coughlin's roster, which was often decimated by injuries, was one of the main reasons that Big Blue struggled mightily this season.
January 12, 2007
Partly because we figured you'd enjoy it and partly because we have way too much time on our hands, TGI decided to rank the Giants' final 53 in descending order. Please feel free to write in to Mail Call and share your thoughts.
September 12, 2006
The Giants have yet to officially announce the first batch of players they released, but TGI has confirmed that QB Rob Johnson and TE Boo Williams are among the unfortunate ones.
August 27, 2006
The specter of injury began rearing its troublesome head in the second week
of training camp, which is when star running back Tiki Barber predicted it
August 14, 2006
It has been a long time, perhaps way too long a time, since the Giants
appeared armed with so many quality wide receivers.
Travis Dorsch is one NFL player who appreciates the opportunity he received in NFL Europe, and he hopes that translates into an opportunity in NFL America.
The punting situation was not among the concerns Mike Tice listed at the end of the Vikings' developmental camps earlier this week, and Travis Dorsch's time in NFL Europe may be the insurance policy that helps Tice relax when it comes to that portion of special teams.
Travis Dorsch returned to Minnesota this week and found out Thursday that his months of punting overseas earned him a spot on the All-NFL Europe team.