Happy Holidays everyone! Hopefully, Santa Claus or your other holiday celebrations treated you well. After a brief hiatus, it’s time to get back to the grind and what better way to do that than examining one of the season’s biggest busts.
Vince Young is the new face of clutch in Philadelphia…for now. After Philadelphia’s surprising 17-10 win over the New York Giants on Sunday night, callers filtered into the sports talk radio universe to talk about how the Eagles “never had a fourth quarter quarterback” until Young came on […]
It was déjà vu all over again for the New England Patriots. Eli Manning and the New York Giants staged a 24-20 comeback win over the Patriots on Sunday, which featured similar properties to the G-Men’s 17-14 Super Bowl XLII victory in February 2008.
From the creator of Victor Cruz Does Philadelphia and Victor Cruz Escapes Arizona, is a new flick called Victor Cruz Makes An Absurd Touchdown Catch Against Seattle. All films are available at ITunes.
When New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz fell to the ground after a catch and got up without football in tow, it led to a rather confusing sequence of events late in the fourth quarter. It appeared Cruz gave up possession of the ball without being touched […]
Today’s New York Post back cover features a baby version of Michael Vick, complete with baby bottle and bib. Vick’s postgame comments on Sunday are still causing discussion around the country, even though the Eagles quarterback backtracked on Monday.
While driving around prior to today’s Giants and Eagles game, sports talk show “experts” claimed New York stood little chance to overcome their NFC East rival. Apparently, the Giants didn’t see things the same way. New York buried the Eagles, 29-16, on Sunday during Philly’s home opener and […]
http://twitter.com/#!/Weatherford5/status/117682504793718785 When we last saw the Eagles and Giants on the field together, DeSean Jackson had a walk-off punt return for a touchdown that assisted New York’s downward spiral out of the playoff picture.
Week 2 yielded another Sunday of gaudy passing numbers that surely induced night sweats from fantasy football owners and hives for NFL defensive coordinators. The New York Giants and San Diego Chargers went to extraordinary lengths to display their concerns over fast-paced offensive play.
http://twitter.com/#!/TheBillWalton/status/103848075122065408 Before I get cranking on this, let me make this clear. New York Giants fans should be certifiably over the moon that Eli Manning considers himself in the class of Tom Brady. I wouldn’t want a quarterback that didn’t think he was a quality guy.