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New York Giants

One-on- One's NFL Friday: Week 1

by Julian Atienza, Nick Logerfo, Mack Rosenberg, Mike Watts

In a jam-packed first episode, Mack and Mike kickoff the season breaking down the Giants loss to the Cowboys on Wednesday night. Eric Mollo gives his weekly Giants report. Special guest Bob Papa joins the guys to give his take on the game and what Giants fans can look forward to this season.

Jets beat reporter Joe Vitiello gets Watts riled up, as the guys preview the Bills game on Sunday and everything else Jets. Steve Simineri stops by to give M&M and listerners sage Fantasy Football advice.

Jets and Giants Writers Debate

by Jake Kring-Schreifels, Alex Smith
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Jake Kring-Schreifels and Alex Smith were joined by Mike Sielski, The Wall Street Journal's Jets beat writer, and Paul Schwartz, the New York Post's Giants beat writer, for a firendly NY football debate. They talked about the developments in both camps, especially Tebow's wildcat and the bad bed situation in Albany.

Award-Winning WFUV NFL Draft Coverage

by Bob Ahrens

2004 was the first time...and then back-to-back in 2007 and 2008.  WFUV was awarded theaward for Best Coverage of a Local Sporting Event by The New York State Broadcasters Association.  Back in 2004 Pat Reichart wrote a story about that first award

Listen to the One on One NFL Draft Show

by James Passarelli

The FUV crew has infiltrated the various sports hot spots of NYC to give you live first round news as it happens.  Tune in at 7:30 tonight to keep up to date on all your NFL Draft news.  We'll be online until the not-so-bitter end.  So join us at the portal, and get the kind of material not even Kiper can give you.

Giants Super Finish

by Amit Badlani

By Steve Gray

It was déjà vu all over again at Lucas Oil Stadium after the New York football Giants defeated the New England Patriots for the second time in the past four championship games. Eli Manning played a nearly flawless game going 30-40 for 296 yards and a touchdown en route to his second super bowl MVP. Naturally, Manning orchestrated yet another fourth quarter comeback drive for the ages; this time with Mario Manningham as the hero after making a 38 yard David Tyree-esq catch to begin the drive. John DeMarzo was on location, and you can hear his comments in his Super Bowl XLVI piece.

NFL Friday - Super Bowl Recap

by Kevin Sutcliffe

Ricky Cibrano, Mike Giandomenico and Colin Henderson review the New York Giant's victory over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI. The guys also talk to Chris Hilk and Stephen Gray about the Giant's celebration parade. They also talk to John DeMarzo about his experience covering the Super Bowl in Indianapolis.

To subscribe to the show as a podcast, click here.

NFL’s Best and Brightest Show Up in Indianapolis

by John DeMarzo

Even for those who do not breathlessly follow every happening in Hollywood, the quartet of ceremonies --- Emmys, Grammys, Oscars, and Tonys --- always attracts casual fans, just to see what movies, songs, television programs and Broadway shows that they’ve seen or heard over the past year take home honors.  I must confess that I am one of these casual fans, except when it comes to the Grammys; being a lover of music, I usually know all of the songs or albums nominated for the prestigious award.

NFL Friday - Super Bowl Weekend

by Mike Giandomenico

With NFL Friday and the season coming to a close, there was no shortage of star power in the Super Bowl Edition of the show.

Ricky and I had a cavalcade of guests, starting off with Steve Gray’s weekly Giants report. Steve broke down the matchups as he has been doing all season long, including the Giants keys to victory, as well as his prediction.