Here’s the one big problem facing the Giants on Sunday at Philadelphia. The Eagles pass rush is better than both Dallas and Detroit. The Eagles have eight sacks in their 1-1 start, and their licking their chops with Eli Manning and his woeful offensive line coming to town.
Freddie Coleman doesn't need a lot of sleep. And that's a good thing for us at 104.5 The Team because it allows the last night ESPN Radio host to join Big Board Sports every Friday morning during the NFL season.
Facing an 0-3 start to the season and with it, the all-but-guarantee of missing the playoffs (only 3 teams in NFL history have reached the postseason after losing its first 3 games), the Giants face arguably their toughest test yet.
John Schmeelk works for the Giants and WFAN in the city, we reached out to see what the Giants' message is right now. Schmeelk has been one of our insiders for Big Blue for years now and though he works for the team he's still a very reliable source for Giants news.
The New York Giants have been a total disappointment so far this young season. Starting 0-2 and showing no signs of improving before a must win game three match up against the Eagles in Philadelphia. The most disappointing unit is the Offensive Line. Ereck Flowers and the rest of Eli Manning's …
It's too early for real panic to set in, isn't it? One more-than-lackluster offensive performance into the season with the threat, no, fear of watching this Giants team operate again without Odell Beckham, Jr. and the prospects of an 0-2 start to the season have everyone a little fidgety.