Giants shut out in PFWA postseason awards

Calling Jerry Reese…..the Pro Football Writers of America released their 2013 All-Conference and All-NFL teams this morning and there are no Giants to be found.

There are also no Cowboys, Redskins or Falcons, either, but none of those franchises have the expectations the Giants have year-in and year-out. It shows how far the Blue has slipped in their procurement of talent.


QB – Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints
RB – Matt Forte, Chicago Bears; LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia Eagles
WR – Calvin Johnson, Detroit Lions; Brandon Marshall, Chicago Bears
TE – Jimmy Graham, New Orleans Saints
C – Ryan Kalil, Carolina Panthers
G – Evan Mathis, Philadelphia Eagles; Josh Sitton, Green Bay Packers
T – Jason Peters, Philadelphia Eagles; Joe Staley, San Francisco 49ers

DE – Greg Hardy, Carolina Panthers; Robert Quinn, St. Louis Rams
DT – Gerald McCoy, Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Ndamukong Suh, Detroit Lions
OLB – Ahmad Brooks, San Francisco 49ers; Lavonte David, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
MLB – Luke Kuechly, Carolina Panthers
CB – Patrick Peterson, Arizona Cardinals; Richard Sherman, Seattle Seahawks
S – Earl Thomas, Seattle Seahawks; Donte Whitner, San Francisco 49ers

Special Teams
PK – Steven Hauschka, Seattle Seahawks
P – Johnny Hekker, St. Louis Rams
KR – Cordarrelle Patterson, Minnesota Vikings
PR – Golden Tate, Seattle Seahawks
ST – Justin Bethel, Arizona Cardinals


As if this season didn't suck enough now we have to hear about how the  Pro Football Writers of America is going to re-hammer that reality home once more?



The Cowboys don't share the same expectations as the Giants?  They may have low expectations (outside of Dallas, TX) in postseason performance, but in quality players they have the same lofty expectations as the Gmen.  Anyway, because of the Giants success in the last 6-7 years, they haven't had top 5-10 draft picks. Their two highest picks were JPP and Prince.  JPP was an all-pro and Prince was considered by many a complete steal when he fell to us.  Outside of that, getting all-pro talent in the mid-20s isn't exactly shooting fish in a barrel.