Giants.com features nygreporter on their Website

NEW YORK – Hello Giants fans! On behalf of the nygreporter, I would like to thank Giants.com for featuring us on your official website. It was an honor to be included in your weekly feature and I hope we continue to live up to your high standards. I will leave a copy of the link below for our readers so they can check it out for themselves. Since the nygreporter was created last year, we have been featured or plugged on numerous different sports websites, podcasts and TV shows but none have been as sweet as being featured on Giants.com.

We would also like to thank our readers, who have kept us going since our inception. We would especially like to thank our regular readers, who make up a solid percentage of the nygreporter’s traffic. We would be no where if not for you all. Giants fans have now entered the quiet time of the NFL offseason. Most Giants fans, are fans of the game of football and will no doubt watch the playoffs and the Super Bowl but it just doesn’t have the same excitement as it would if Big Blue were playing. All we can do now as fans is wait for the upcoming NFL draft, check the free agent market, follow the CBA closely, wait for minicamp and training camp and hope that the 2011 preseason games come quickly.

My disappointment over the 2010 regular season outcome has been replaced with the excitement for improving the football team in 2011. The Giants are a very good team to begin with and adding some key players will only make them stronger. Let’s hope the Giants get back to work sooner then later and feed the hungry fans with some good news.

Here is a link to the Giants.com feature –http://www.giants.com/news/headlines/story.asp?story_id=44727

RD – nygreporter.com

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9 Responses to Giants.com features nygreporter on their Website

  1. Kyle L says:

    “My disappointment over the 2010 regular season outcome has been replaced with the excitement for improving the football team in 2011. The Giants are a very good team to begin with and adding some key players will only make them stronger. Let’s hope the Giants get back to work sooner then later and feed the hungry fans with some good news.”

    Count us two among the few. Most want a complete overhaul, which honestly, I just do not understand.

    • robdomaine says:

      I do not understand the viewpoint of those asking for a complete overhaul of a 10-6 football team that had 16 players end up on the IR list. There are a lot of players the team will get back for the 2011 season, who missed some or all of the 2010 season. These are star players like Kiwi and Steve Smith. The Giants need to tinker with certain areas and quite honestly, just work on depth because they have star players.

  2. Kyle L says:

    I agree. Its a shame that so many people have taken this mentality to mean complacency. Just because you dont completely wreck everything doesn’t mean that your complacent.

    I would like to see what Fewell can do with an upgraded LB corps, a tenured Pierre Paul, Rolle, and Phillips with an improved Joseph and even Goff.

    Offensively, like I said, I would like to see either more Beckum or the addition of another tight end.

    Boss has become very inconsistent. He has the tools of more of a #2 te. Id like to see where we can go in terms of a bona-fide TE

    • robdomaine says:

      Once again I agree with you. The only area of the offensive line that is a weak spot is the Center position. The team has depth on the line in all areas except there in my opinion. An upgraded LB corps with Fewell at the helm would be dangerous. I only hope Fewell decides to stay but it sounds like he is leaning towards the Denver head coaching job from the last reports I read.

  3. Kyle L says:

    I actually just wrote a piece on the OL on G101. Mostly, I think we will be fine there in 2011.

    I think Fewell stays. No second interview with Denver. Or Carolina.

    • robdomaine says:

      I hope you’re right about Fewell Kyle. From what he told the reporters it sounds like he is anxious to be a head coach. Who do you think would replace him if he were to go to another team? John Fox?

  4. Kyle L says:

    I think a guy they would look at to replace him if he left (which it looks like he wont, Ron Rivera got job in Carolina, Gregg Williams interviewing in Denver and Pat Shurmur in Cleveland) would be Keith Butler, the LB coach of Pitt. Right coaching tree, philosophy, and age.

    But I did see Fewell’s quotes about being a HC. That said, I think all the teams he interviewed with will go in another direction if they havent already.

    • robdomaine says:

      That would be a relief if Coach Fewell stayed with the G-Men. It would be a huge disappointment to have the Coach Spags situation all over again. Four defensive coordinators in four years would be too much!

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