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New York Giants

One on One's NFL Friday Week 17

by Kelly Kultys

Kelly Kultys and Matt Rosenfeld break down an action packed week 17 slate of games. The two preview the playoff picture, discuss some of the quarterback problems plaguing the league and predict who will come out of the ever hazy NFC South. 

One on One's NFL Friday Week 16

by Patrick Burns

WFUV Sports

On this week's edition of One on One's NFL Friday, Kenny Ducey and Nick Logerfo broke down all of the action from around the league. They began with Thursday Night Football and the playoff picture, before delving in to the Jets and Giants with help from the teams' beat reporters.

Kristian O'Hara stopped by to offer some fantasy advice for teams in their leagues' championships, then stuck around as the staff made their weekly picks. To listen, click the link below or download on iTunes.

Giants Fall to Colts 40-24

by Kristian O'Hara

Tommy Gilligan, Flickr

The New York Giants lost their 3rd straight game on Monday night, 40-24 to the Indianapolis Colts. New York was dominated from the start, scoring three points in the 1st half. Andrew Luck threw for 350 yards for the fifth road game in a row, an NFL record. The Giants will now travel to Seattle to face the defending Super Bowl Champion Seahawks.

One on One's NFL Friday Week 5

by Kelly Kultys

WFUV's Kenny Ducey and DJ Sixsmith cover all the latest NFL headlines, starting with the Thursday night football matchup with the Packers and Vikings. Then they moved on to cover the local New York sports teams - the Giants and the Jets, with the help of the weekly reports from Giants beat reporter Kristian O'Hara and Jets beat reporter Kelly Kultys.

The staff got some fantasy analysis from Joe Marie before giving their weekly predictions.

To listen click the link below or download the podcast.

Big Blue Falls to 0-2 for Second Year in a Row

by Kristian O'Hara

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The New York Giants struggles continued on Sunday with a 25-14 loss to the Arizona Cardinals.  Former Michigan State quarterback Drew Stanton, who hadn’t started an NFL game since 2010, led Arizona down the field on the opening drive to a touchdown and the Cardinals never looked back.  The Giants were in a 10-0 hole before they could blink but Eli and the offense started clicking in the 2nd quarter.

One on One's NFL Friday Week 2

by Kelly Kultys

Nick Logerfo and Patrick Burns break down the on-going Ray Rice saga, Thursday night football, and all the upsets from last week. Kristian O'Hara and Kelly Kultys contributed Giants and Jets reports to give the guys some insight into the two New York teams. Joe Marie joined to give his fantasy advice for owners in all types of leagues. Finally, the staff gave their weekly predictions. To listen to the whole podcast, please click the link below or download on iTunes. 

STANDINGS: 

DJ Sixsmith 4-2

Drew Casey 4-2

Patrick Burns 4-2

A Day in the Life of a Giants' Beat Reporter

by Drew Casey, Matt Moro

Bob Ahrens : WFUV Sports 

Matt Moro and Drew Casey had the privilege to speak to Spencer Patten, a 22 year military veteran who was deployed seven times. He was given the chance to be a New York Giants' beat reporter for a day, in their final preseason game against the New England Patriots, after his sister in law won him the opportunity at the WFUV Gala Auction as a retirement gift.

David Wilson's Career Comes to an End

by Kristian O'Hara

David Wilson/ Instagram

New York Giants running back David Wilson has been advised by team doctors to end his career and never play football again.  This comes just a week after Wilson was cleared to resume playing football after a previous neck injury that put his career in jeopardy a first time.  

Big Blue’s Defense Has Great Potential

by Kristian O'Hara

Kristian O'Hara/ WFUV Sports 

The Giants defense is a unit that may have gotten overlooked at times last season due to the astounding number of turnovers on the opposite side of the ball. However, the defense got better as the year went on and ended the season on a high note, surrendering only six points to the Redskins in a season finale win. While the season as a whole was a disappointment, players on the defense are looking to improve from last year’s effort to make this year’s group one that will send shockwaves throughout the league.