Happy Halloween to the Giants Fans and Kids Out There

October 31, 2011

NEW YORK – On behalf of the nygreporter, I would like to wish everyone a Happy Halloween. I hope that everyone has a great time and enjoys this spooky holiday. All of you kids be sure to have your parents check your candy before you eat it and be safe out there trick or treating tonight! In the old days, we went out in groups of kids with usually only one or two parents there watching us. I’m sure things are different now but all of you kids better have a parent with you while trick or treating. DO NOT go out by yourself and be careful scaring the older folks.

The Giants pulled out the win yesterday against Miami in a very sloppy game. They improve to 5-2 on the year and the second best thing to happen yesterday was the Eagles beating the Cowboys and knocking each other into mediocrity. The Cowboys, Eagles and Redskins are all tied with 3-4 records. I’m sure this could change rather quickly but for now the G-men are sitting pretty with a two game lead in the NFC East. Most fans are dumbfounded by this but will take it anyway. The really hard part of the schedule begins now with the Patriots coming up next Sunday (11/6/11 at 4:15 PM EST) in New England. The Giants better get their act together before this weekend in order to have a shot at competing with QB Tom Brady and the tough Pats at home.

The Giants played like zombies yesterday but still got the win. Ultimately, I realize that’s the only thing that matters but fans still have a right to be concerned. Big Blue seems to be playing from behind in most games this year and it would be nice to see them blow out a team or two before the year ends. Especially, these teams that are on the bottom of the NFL food chain. If they can win five of their last nine games, they have a god chance at making it back to the playoffs. They have missed the playoffs for the past two years and must want to break that cycle as much as the fans do. They could not have started the year any better in their efforts to do just that. And by the way, QB Eli Manning is playing at an elite level this year, where are the sports media “experts” now admitting they were wrong? They are invisible like ghosts in a dark room.

What are your plans for this Halloween? Boo!

RD – nygreporter.com

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Happy Halloween to all New York Giants Fans

October 31, 2010

NEW YORK – Hello Giants Fans, everyone here at the nygreporter would like to wish you a very Happy Halloween! Even though Big Blue has their bye week this weekend, there will still be some great NFL games to watch when all of the kids are done trick or treating. The Jets will play the Packers for the 1 o’clock game, a game I think most football fans will be looking forward to. The Vikings will also play the Patriots in what should be a good game and the Saints face the Steelers. It won’t be the same as watching the G-Men play but at least were only half way done with the 2010 NFL season.

I hope that all of the kids who read our stories here remember to be safe today and look both ways when they cross the street. Also remember to have your parents help you check your candy and be sure to have an adult with you when you go trick or treating. And for anyone going to a Halloween party, I hope you have a lot of fun and enjoy the festivities of Halloween.

If you think you have an awesome costume and want to share what you will be this year, please feel free to leave us a comment below and tell us about your costume.


RD – nygreporter.com