// author archive

What’s Next for the Super Bowl Champion New York Giants?

So it’s all said and done. The 9-7, Eli Manning-led Giants stumbled into the playoffs, picking up full speed just in time to shock the Patriots and Vegas sports books in another magical Super Bowl run. Coach Tom Coughlin has gone from the hot seat to Hall of Fame consideration and New York sports fans […]

Lambeau Field Set For Offensive Shootout Between Giants and Packers

In 2007, the New York Giants got a shot at redemption against an undefeated New England team and took full advantage of the opportunity. Playing the best football they have all season, this year’s New York team looks to do the same thing against a Green Bay Packers team that has won 21 of their […]

Giants’ Road to 2007 Repeat Starts With Falcons

For the New York Giants, the playoffs began a week early with a must-win game against the Dallas Cowboys at MetLife Stadium. Dallas never had a chance. The Giants finally showed some life in the running game, Eli Manning and Victor Cruz hooked up for another big game, and the defensive line kept constant pressure […]

Jets and Giants Battle For More Than Just a Simple Rivalry

Rex Ryan says the Jets are the better New York football team. Tom Coughlin says talk is cheap. The Giants wide receivers say Darrele Revis is an “ok” cornerback and that teams aren’t afraid to throw to him anymore. Revis says he doesn’t know who Victor Cruz is. Each team has added their own fuel to the fire […]

Jets’ “Ground and Pound” Faces “Dream Team”

For a late season match-up between the self-declared “Dream Team” of the league and the team whose head coach guaranteed its fans a Vince Lombardi trophy, Sunday’s 4:15pm Eagles Jets’ game will showcase two of this year’s biggest disappointments in the NFL. Eagles’ Slim Playoff Hopes At 5-8, the Philadelphia Eagles come into Sunday on […]

Charlie Whitehurst Too Much As New York Giants Lose At Home 36-25

It looked like yet another fourth quarter win for the New York Giants, but this week’s effort came up short against some unlikely heroes for the Seattle Seahawks, who defeated the Giants at MetLife Stadium 36-25. Heroics from the Seattle Bench Seattle’s starting quarterback, Tarvaris Jackson was knocked out of the game in the third […]

ALDS Game 3: Verlander Pushes Tigers To 2-1 Series Lead

It wasn’t quite the pitcher’s duel many people expected, but Justin Verlander and the Detroit Tigers still managed to scratch out a 5-4 win to pull the Yankees within a game of elimination in the American League Divison Series. Aces Struggle Early On The weather helped turn the American League Division Series around by limiting […]

Yankees-Tigers ALDS Preview: Verlander Too Much For NY?

The playoff matchups are finally settled after a night that capped off the regular 2011 season in dramatic fashion. Out of all the Major League teams that earned their shot at playing in October, the Yankees drew the toughest opponent as they start their journey towards another World Series title. Yankee fans should be cautious […]

Giants Cruz Past “Dream Team” With 29-16 Shocker

So what happens when you match up an injury-plagued New York Giants team with a self proclaimed Eagles dream team playing in Philadelphia? Eli Manning throws for four touchdowns and no interceptions as the Giants defense sideline Michael Vick with a fractured hand in a 29-16 victory. First Quarter Dream Team Jumping to an early […]

Jets Top Struggling Jaguars 32-3 With Lackluster Performance

On paper, this game was never expected to play out into much of a contest, and to the satisfaction of New York Jet fans, it never really was. The Jets cruised to 2-0 on the season (2-0 at home) with an easy 32-3 win over the injury-ridden Jacksonville Jaguars, who fell to 1-1(0-1 away).  The […]

Gabriel Yanez

Gabriel Yanez has written 16 posts for Sports of New York

Recent Comments