What an Incredible 2011 Season
Thank you to all the fans that came to show love and support for Our New York Giants - we had an incredible season, post season and Super Bowl Victory Celebration!
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shhh…Valentines Day is just around the corner and the New York Giants are Super Bowl XLVI Champions
After a much anticipated city rivalry that had so much trash talking - it redefined the New Jersey waste management industry - The New York Football Giants defeated the Jets and kept their division and playoff hopes alive.
Personally, it was a great holiday gift watching the Giants offense explode from the 1 yard line with a solid pass from Eli Manning to Victor Cruz for an incredible 99 yard TD. The often exposed Giants D played an incredible game with relentless pressure and consistent coverage that did not give up a big play. It was a well balanced D that had NY Giants fan wishing they played at that intensity and organized a few months ago. It’s time to move on and keep marching forward…
The table is set for the Giants to return to the playoffs after a 3 year absence. It has certainly been a season of highs and lows for the GMEN. On offense, Eli Manning has been nothing short of ELITE caliber and now selected to the PRO BOWL that was made possible by a breakout year for Victor Cruz, Hakeem Nicks (drops and all), Jake Ballard making key receptions and the tandem of Bradshaw and Brandon (Full Beast Mode) Jacobs showing up in key games. On defense, does any name bring more excitement to Giants fans than JPP?. In an obviously defensively deficient season for the GMEN, number 90 has established himself as a PRO BOWL pass rusher and a person to be accounted for by opposing teams in the NFL. And with the apparent return of Justin Tuck, whose presence was very visible against the cross-town rival New York Jets, NY Giants Fan would say things are looking up for this defense. Tuck’s “return” and a simplified defensive game plan came at the right time.
Defeating Dallas on Sunday Night is a must before any fans fantasize about a possible playoff berth. That’s right, the Giants have an opportunity to take the NFC East title this Sunday night and with it the number 4 spot in the NFC Playoffs, setting them up for a likely first -round home game against the Detroit Lions or Atlanta Falcons. THIS IS A HUGE TASK ON SUNDAY, and come watch the game at ACE’s.
Sunday night’s game will be televised nationally so of course, you will have the option of sitting at home with your dog by your side if you want. True NY Giants Fans suggest that you come to Ace’s, where the atmosphere will be stadium-like, even though it’s a “school night”. This is Giants history we’re talking about! Bring your wife, girlfriend, father…it’s all good as long as they bleed blue…and REPRESENT. Come early (5:20 kickoff) and ***STUFF the front of Ace’s near the screens***. Take all of the stools, wear your blue Jerseys, and be ready to chant G-I-A-N-T-S…Giants! Do not allow any spiteful Cowboy fans to get near our screens. Any of them who are dumb enough to attend will probably exit (or be tossed) long before “ NEW YORK, NEW YORK “ can be heard playing in the bar. Oh, and have a wonderful New Year as well. ..just sober up by game time!
Hello New York Giants Fans,
It’s time to occupy Ace’s on Sunday, this is a make or break game for the 2011 season. This is no easy task either, as week 13’s opponent is the Green Bay Packers, who are led by Aaron Rodgers. Don’t get me wrong here, he is an excellent QB and his favorite pass is the back shoulder 50+mph super accurate fast ball to his receivers.
Now the New York Football Giants have their backs against the wall (nothing new here) coming off a terrible loss to the New Orleans Saints in week 12 - this Sunday’s game has a lot of significance.
This game is taking place in NJ at MetLife stadium and EVERYBODY on the NY Giants organization wants/has something to prove.
The Defense is seeking to redeem themselves after the TERRIBLE performance in week 12. (Osi is ruled out)
The Offense wants to prove that it can score early in the 1st QT of a game (RB Bradshaw is a probable, WR Manningham is doubtful)
The Schedule for Sunday:
Wake up early, get some friends and eat a decent meal or brunch.
Next, grab your favorite New York Giants outfit that you have ( let’s pretend its your last game watching them - so look good please)
Arrive at Ace’s at 12:30pm PST - 1pm PST and get a comfortable spot because this game is going to get LOUD!
Lastly, make sure to tip for the BBQ and your delicious drinks BUT ALSO make sure your having a good time because it’s NFL FOOTBALL and you LIKE IT !!!
2011 Trip to the “Stick”
Week 10 - New York Giants vs. SF 49ers
Though the New York Giants lost 20 - 27 to the San Francisco 49ers, Everyone had a blast.
*Remember to set your clock back 1 hour before you go to bed on Saturday*
Tomorrow at 1:15pm PST, the start of the DIFFICULT second half of the 2011 NFL season begins for the New York Football Giants. There is something totally different about this 2011 squad than previous seasons - and I can’t put a finger on it, but I sense they are more competitive than previous squads in my opinion. Sure, the squad is battling through early season injuries, but they are winning. Is this the squad that breaks the trend for second half of the football seasons short comings? Let’s hope so…
One thing that a lot New York Giants fans have been noticing this year that is a lot different is that Eli Manning is playing a lot smarter. For example last year when the New York Giants lost to the Tennessee Titans, you may recall a play in the redzone (Coach Coughlin “Green Zone”)where Eli went through his progressions and checked down on his receivers, his protection was busted and he panicked. The result of the play was Eli throwing a pass with his left hand that was intercepted, etc. This season, Eli has stayed true to his word in protecting the football and being smart with his decisions. Last week, you may recall a redzone play where Eli threw the ball into the stands, I saw it first hand and at first was critical of it, but looking back he made the best of the situation. Eli didnt get the sack, didnt get the INT, INSTEAD Eli allowed for the team to put 3 pts on the board (you always have to move forward and post points on your offensive drives). Sunday, Eli is probably not going to have Hakeem Nicks (hamstring injury)and Bradshaw (broken foot but might play) will have a backup/bench role meaning that Jacobs will be the starter taking the bulk of the snaps.This is huge in that Eli will be without one of his best (if not the best)receivers and the most productive running backs.
Jacobs needs to show not just good productivity in the run game, but more importantly SMART pass protection for Eli. Something that I want to see is a Patriots LB come in on blitz and get owned by Jacobs as he identifies the play and adjusts to picks up the blitz.
It’s okay to be a nervous New York Giants fan on Sunday, but don’t write off the game and feel that Brady, Wes Welker (Bommarito Performance athlete), and the TE’s are going to destroy the New York Giants. Let’s remember that the Buffalo Bills defeated the Patriots and recently the Steelers embarrassed Brady. Jason Pierre Paul (Bommarito Performance athlete) might not play due to a concussion. Tuck, Osi, Kiwi, Joseph, Canty (as I like to call them the “Bad Fellas Renaissance”) are all expected to line up and cause havoc to the Patriots O line.
Michael Boley has to step up his game on Sunday as does the rest of the New York Giants secondary. The matchup to keep an eye on is Antrel Rolle and Aaron Ross vs. Wes Welker. The other is seeing how smart and complete physical play Kenny Phillips(Bommarito Performance athlete) will deliver as there is no room for error and missed tackles with the Patriots TE’s (particularly Hernandez who has a talent for gaining yards after the catch).
Lets hope that Jacobs shakes off the poor performance from Week 8 -Sunday. He Looked very good and ready during the pre game warm ups.
Last night, after a long flight from SFO to JFK somebody decided to grab the ultimate late night meal (slice is from Koronet)
For Week 8 in the 2011 NFL, the New York Football Giants play against the Miami Dolphins. But yours truly decided to fly out to NYC to see the game live on Sunday.
The game came down to the wire, and just when you thought the Giants D was going to allow another Touchdown - Corey Webster came up with an INT and ruined all the fun and proved that a Harvard diploma can’t get you a victory against Big Blue!
The player of the game in my eyes, was the offensive line and #44 Bradshaw
Leading up to the week 6 matchup against the Buffalo Bills, I made a bet with a great friend of mine who is a HUGE Bills fan and a “resident” at the North Star Cafe in the North Beach, especially during the NFL season. The bet was that who’s ever team lost, loser would have to walk from their respective bar to the others bar and keep on all their fan gear. I wore a pair of comfortable shoes on Sunday, but I didn’t have to make the walk of shame - VICTORY. However, I knew my friend was a bit bummed out so I got him 2 shots after he accomplished his walk of shame to Ace’s | San Francisco to temporarily ease the pain of defeat.
* There are only 10 more Weeks of Football left!
* Time for the NY Giants to rest and regroup and get prepared for the difficult phase of the 2011 NFL Season.
* The NY Giants have a bye week but…no fan should take watching NFL games for granted. The recent NFL Lockout almost took it all away and it brought things into perspective.
* Key Games to watch and pay attention to during Week 7 of the NFL Season as the Giants have a bye: Washington Redskins vs. Carolina Panthers at 10:05 am PST and the San Diego Chargers vs. “the other new york team” (Jets) also at 10:05 am PST.