Post-mortem: The 2006 New York Giants

08 January 2007 » Football, Potpourri

It seems the 1990 season of good breaks finally caught up with the Giants. That year, everything went right for Big Blue, from a last minute bomb from backup Jeff Hostetler against Phoenix to a missed field goal by Buffalo kicker Scott Norwood in the Super Bowl.

This year, they were finally put out of their penalty-ridden, injury-laden misery by the Eagles on a last second kick by David Akers in the first round of the NFC playoffs. Which is for the best, I think, because my blood pressure can return to normal and I can again enjoy watching football in the coming weeks.

Without Tiki Barber, the offense will be missing one of the best backs in the NFL, but by trading Eli Manning (please!) for one or more more promising offensive players, I’m sure the Giants can put together a more disciplined unit in 2007. Maybe even behind short yardage star Jared “The Hefty Lefty” Lorenzen… :)


2 Responses to 'Post-mortem: The 2006 New York Giants'

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  1. Jason said,

    10 January 2007 at 6:03 pm

    Why you still follow that team is beyond me…Join the ranks of the noble, my friend, and backstabbingly jump ship and join a Patriots bandwagon one a three-week trek to the Super Bowl.

  2. krook said,

    10 January 2007 at 6:08 pm

    When ever I feel down I just look at this picture. It makes me smile.