Big Blue Should Win The NFC Championship Game

January 20, 2012

NEW YORK – Hello Giants Fans, the internet and twitter has been exploding with a ton of trash talk this week. I can honestly say that I do not remember a game in recent memory with this much hype. For some reason, the 49ers fans out there in cyberspace are insecure about their team pulling off a victory on Sunday night. Now, the San Francisco fans have every right to feel confident about the 49ers in this game because they have a very good football team and earned their place in the NFC Championship game. All of this trash talk isn’t necessary and only shows the true fear and embarrassment the ‘San Fans’ would like to avoid with a win. Unfortunately, I think those fans will be greatly disappointed come late Sunday night but they still had a great season and should be commended.

I do not want to sound overconfident but I really believe in my heart that the G-Men will be back in the Super Bowl. There is something in my gut that tells me the 49ers will not be able to overcome the Giants defense. If you give me a choice between 49ers QB Alex Smith or Giants QB Eli Manning versus equally solid defenses, I have to take Eli Manning. And I’m not just saying this because I root for Big Blue. I think NFL fans from every city in America would agree with me, except in San Francisco of course but the numbers don’t lie. Eli Manning is a superior QB to Alex Smith. The Giants defense will need to have a solid game and the front four will need to do their thing and knock down QB Alex Smith often. The Giants have the best front four in the NFL and they will need those guys to play like a bunch of crazed dogs out there on Sunday. I also expect RB Brandon Jacobs to run hard after former 49ers WR Jerry Rice called him soft. I’m sure the current 49ers players didn’t appreciate Rice sticking his nose into their business like that and angering a real Giant in Brandon the Bull.

I’ve already mentioned how I believe speed will play a big role in a Giants victory and I’m sticking to that. The weather report calls for rain on Sunday night, which will only make the game more interesting. Yes, it will certainly effect a few plays during the game but we will have to wait and see just how bad the weather is before making any further predictions. The one prediction that will not change in my mind is a Giants win by the score of 28-27. In other words, I’m all in.

What group of Giants players will be the most crucial to a New York win?

RD – nygreporter.com

Check out New York Giants Team Captain, Justin Tuck’s camp info here Justin Tuck ProCamps.


Coming Soon! Kids Can Join NYG Justin Tuck at ProCamps

November 14, 2011

NEW YORK – Giants Pro Bowl DE Justin Tuck will be holding his ‘Old Spice Justin Tuck Football Camp’ in Mahwah, New Jersey. The dates have yet to be determined but more info on that will follow. The camp is held for kids ages 7-14. It is an all day unique experience that comes with a few goodies. The kids should truly have a great time and walk away with some valuable football knowledge. The cost is $149.00 per kid, which isn’t too bad for a two day camp with a Giants Pro Bowl defensive end. Campers will be placed on teams according to their age. Kids will be at different stations doing physical skills, drills and plays.

Tri-state area kids have a chance at attending a Justin Tuck camp locally and leaving with some parting gifts. If it happens to rain on that day, kids will be taken to a nearby indoor facility. The rest of what kids get for attending is a camp t-shirt, autographed team photo, seven hours of instruction, prizes and gifts and a great experience hanging out with Justin. Jim Stoll is the program director and in charge of running camps for many pro athletes.

There are a few suggestions I have for the Justin Tuck ProCamp, check this out Justin. I would include an individual photo with Justin, in addition to the team photo autographed. A photo with the parents paying for the camp would be nice to. From what I know of Justin, he probably already does most of this already but just doesn’t list it. I would set up a weight bench and have Justin demonstrate his NFL strength to the kids. Showing them proper workout technique, workout safety and importance of not pushing it too hard, too early. Also add a loose curriculum of the days activities on his page for parents to browse.

I sent a 10 question interview to the ProCamps coordinator to get to Justin, he will be our first defensive player interview ever, after two offensive players in a row, Rodney Hampton Interview 4/2/11, nygreporter Edition 0002, Steve Smith Interview 3/6/11, nygreporter Edition 0001. A true Thanksgiving present indeed. Get back to us Justin!

I hope all of our readers will check this out or pass it along to a true blue Giants fan. You can also see a video when you visit the link to Justin Tucks ProCamp site.

SIDE NOTE: There haven’t been any available dates released yet for Justin Tuck ProCamps. Be sure to come back and check for more information as updates are confirmed about available dates!

RD – nygreporter.com

Check out New York Giants Team Captain, Justin Tuck’s camp info here Justin Tuck ProCamps.