Happy Veteran’s Day to our Military Around the World

November 11, 2011

NEW YORK – On behalf of the nygreporter, I would like to say Happy Veteran’s Day to our readers, Giants fans and our military stationed all over the world. Thank you for your service and sacrifice for this country and may God bless you always. It is an honor to write this article for the warriors who continue to fight for our country and remembering those who have fallen in battle. Coming from a military family, it is easy to see why I have such a high respect for our troops and soldiers. I hope you will all take a moment to say a little prayer for the veterans who protect this nation each and every day and for the fallen. If you see someone in the military today, stop them and shake their hand and thank them for all they do. You are not forgotten!

Another person who has done tremendous things for our military is Giants head coach Tom Coughlin. Coach Coughlin seems to be involved in at least one project every year that is military related, he has also flown overseas to spend some time with the troops. The Giants won’t be flying overseas this weekend but they will be flying across the country when the visit San Francisco on Sunday to have a battle of their own. I expect this is be a very good game between two teams that are riding high early on this year. I don’t think there are many fans who are taking this game lightly, the Giants are going to need some of that old school, tough football on the field to walk away with the victory.

The Giants might have a tough time running the ball but the way Manning has been playing lately, it might not effect the outcome of the game. Last weekend, I thought fans would see a shoot out between Brady and Manning and for the most part, it didn’t happen. This week, I expect a defensive battle to occur. We will have to wait and see if that prediction comes to fruition. Then we have the news about 49ers star RB Frank Gore who might not play, that would be a welcome advantage to Big Blue, since Gore is a stud and can run for a ton of yards. That might also balance out the loss of Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw, if he can’t play on Sunday. WR Hakeem Nicks is also questionable for Sunday. Either way, I expect both ground games to suffer and this game to be won using the air. I predict a Giants win 17-13.

I would like to say, God Bless & Thank You to our military once again! R.I.P. Uncle John, U.S. Army.

How do you plan on honoring the military on Veteran’s Day? Do you think the G-Men will beat the 49ers on Sunday?

RD – nygreporter.com

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Happy Veterans Day to all of our Readers

November 11, 2010

NEW YORK – Everyone here at the nygreporter would like to sincerely wish all of the veterans around the world, a very Happy Veterans Day. You are not forgotten!

There is nothing we can do but honor you all and give our sincerest thanks for all of your sacrifice. I have to admit that I get filled with pride every time I read about Head Coach Tom Coughlin doing something for the veterans. He has been a class act when it comes to this subject since he arrived in New York and as a fan, I really appreciate that. Coughlin is a hands on type of man, so he understands more then anyone what these soldiers, troops, airmen and sailors go through. Coughlin has visited the troops overseas and has done a tremendous job at letting those men and women know that they are not only appreciated but honored by those of us back home.

There are also a number of Giants players who have contributed to the cause and who share a very deep sense of patriotism. We salute all of you as well for your thoughtfulness and effort in giving those men and women a moment of peace and happiness. I’m sure that Wellington Mara is smiling down on all of you in the Giants organization.

The Giants (6-2) will play the Dallas Cowboys (1-7) this Sunday at 4:15 PM EST at New Meadowlands stadium.

RD – nygreporter.com

PS – As our readers know very well, we have been ending our articles with a link to the Wounded Warrior Project for quite some time, I hope that some of you will take the time to go to the website and see if there is anything you can do to support this worthy cause. If there was ever a prefect day to do so, today would be the day. Thank You!