From yesterday’s programming….
The Daily News Live panel discusses whether the Giants’ season is officially over following their 24-21 loss to the Cowboys on Sunday.
The LoudMouths discuss Tony Romo’s performance compared to Eli Manning and the Giants in the Cowboys’ 24-21 victory on Sunday.
From Monday’s programming….
LoudMouths: Chris Carlin and Eamon McAnaney debate whether the Giants should trade wide receiver Hakeem Nicks before Tuesday’s trade deadline.
Fennelly: I was an advocate of trading Nicks because the Giants are likely to lose him regardless in free agency. But now, figuring they aren’t going to get higher than a third rounder for him, it makes no sense to trade him. First, it would send the wrong message to the team. Sure, Nicks has has his ‘misunderstandings’ with Coughlin and Reese, but there is no reason to jettison him out of here a la Jeremy Shockey. Second, they will get a compensatory pick for him in 2015 should he walk next March.
Daily News Live talks with Giants’ safety Antrel Rolle about the win over the Eagles and the team’s expectations going forward.
Fennelly: Although Tom Coughlin wouldn’t admit it, Will Hill has stepped into the FS spot, pushing Ryan Mundy aside. Don’t get me wrong, Mundy has played well, but Hill is a more physical player and has more upside. Both players have complimented Rolle, and as a result he is having one of best seasons as a pro.
GEICO SportsNite has coverage from the Giants’ practice as they prepare to play the Eagles in an effort to win their first game.
Chris Carlin and Adam Schein discuss how the 0-4 New York Giants must win in their upcoming game against the Eagles.
From Wednesday’s programming….
The Daily News Live panel discusses whether the Giants’ Week 3 matchup against the Panthers is a must-win for 0-2 Big Blue.
GEICO SportsNite is joined by Giants lineman David Diehl to talk about Big Blue’s recent struggles in the running game.
From Wednesday’s programming….
The LoudMouths discuss how the signing of Brandon Jacobs will impact the Giants’ running game and current running back David Wilson.
GEICO SportsNite has coverage of the Giants’ addition of Brandon Jacobs and how it will impact the team and David Wilson going forward.
Those LoudMouths are usually entertaining, but this debate might be a little out there…or is it….?
Which running back will rush for more yards this season — Chris Ivory of the Jets or David Wilson of the Giants?
Ivory was acquired by the Jets from New Orleans in April for a fourth-round pick and signed to a 3-year deal. He has never played a full season and only appeared in six games in each of the past two years. He just began practicing for the Jets this week after battling a hamstring strain, which is not uncommon as he has a history of injury.
Wilson was the Giants’ first round pick in last year’s draft, but is also an unknown. His opportunities will hinge on how well he can block in the passing game. He’s improving in that area, albeit in small increments. Wilson is better suited as a receiver out of the backfield than he is a scrimmage rusher.
The Loud Mouths talk about Giants GM Jerry Reese’s comment that everyone is on notice, but the question is, who is on notice?
The Daily News Live panel discusses whether or not the Giants have the talent to make a Super Bowl run in 2013.
The Daily News Live panel is joined by Giants insider Ralph Vacchiano to discuss Victor Cruz’s new five-year contract with the Giants.
The Daily News Live panel discusses whether Jason Pierre-Paul will fulfill his potential with the Giants following his recent back surgery.
Loudmouths: Schein and McAnaney discuss whether JPP will be ready for the Giants’ season opener.