The Giants' Next move

The Giants' Next move

There are 20 comments on the Newsday story from Jan 12, 2009, titled The Giants' Next move. In it, Newsday reports that:

THE YEAR BEGAN 11 DAYS AGO, but for the Giants , 2009 starts today. That's when they'll begin to assemble, digest what occurred during the season that ended with yesterday's playoff loss to the Eagles - and ...

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BrkmB

Raleigh, NC

#1 Jan 12, 2009
They definitely have to rotate d-ends next season. Someone always gets hurt anyway so you have to go into the season with at least 3 solid ends.
Kryptonite

Chesterfield, MO

#2 Jan 12, 2009
The next thing the Giants should do is as soon as the 2009 schedule is released, circle the two dates that they play the Eagles and plan how they are going to show McNabb how costly it can be to make a phone call from the Giants side of the field.
You all make me sick

Ramsey, NJ

#3 Jan 12, 2009
Why don't we disband all of these sports teams and put those resources to a more productive use.

We can us all that money to build ballfields so that all the lard as/ses out there can play instead of watch. It would be more fun and do more to get us all healthy.

I mean really, paying rediculous sums of money to watch grown men play a childs game.

.,.
ncs

Agawam, MA

#4 Jan 12, 2009
Um, the Giants lost to a team that was better than them at the moment. Who's to blame, who gets fired, what affect will this loss of on our economy? WHO F'N CARES, Why is it that it has to be dissected and blame put on someone or something, they lost...period, they lost to a team that was better than them, that's the reason they lost, oh well, we'll see what happens next season. I'm a Giants fan and was disappointed that they lost but I'm not going to sit here and over analyze why the lost.
Why Me

Silver Springs, FL

#5 Jan 12, 2009
The G's will be competitive for years.Unlike the organization that shares a stadium with them the G's are professional.
I'd like to see Plax atone for his mistakes and commit himself to being a man. Only then would I give him another chance.His actions definitly hurt this team.
Eli

Lake Zurich, IL

#6 Jan 12, 2009
Eli is not worth Peyton money. No way is he going to get that. Look at his track record, he is not as good as the record shows. He does enough to get by. Running game & defense carried them all year. Eli gets by on his name only.
Doug

Bronx, NY

#7 Jan 12, 2009
Newsday, still waiting for your article on the former NY QB who was dumped on by the NY fans and media and was let go to make room for a high priced big name......no idiots not Chad, you wrote 10 articles about him, where is the one on Kurt Warner? He's getting ready to play in the NFC Championship game, go interview him, he won't be hard to find.
reignman

Washington, DC

#8 Jan 12, 2009
Doug wrote:
Newsday, still waiting for your article on the former NY QB who was dumped on by the NY fans and media and was let go to make room for a high priced big name......no idiots not Chad, you wrote 10 articles about him, where is the one on Kurt Warner? He's getting ready to play in the NFC Championship game, go interview him, he won't be hard to find.
Warner was losing games in NY all by himself, he was an interception/fumble machine and was only a temporary fix anyway. And he's a dome/good weather QB, not a great asset in Giants Stadium.
Jay

United States

#9 Jan 12, 2009
giants will be fine as long as they address the glaring hole at WR. forget plax. move on without him. replace spagnuolo ( if he is hired as HC elsewhere)with mike nolan.

“27 wins”

Since: Jan 07

Bradford, PA

#10 Jan 12, 2009
Kurt Warner was a one-man losing machine in real weather, and the Edge's return to his old form is the real reason the Cards are in the title game.
gsd

Eastchester, NY

#11 Jan 12, 2009
you all make me sick. if you got rid of the sports you wouldnt make the money to spend it somewhere else dumb ass
MSG

Hoboken, NJ

#12 Jan 12, 2009
Congratulations, they played one more game than the Jets did. Wash out season for both "New York" teams.
Satans Little Helper

Chicago, IL

#13 Jan 12, 2009
Simply put, the Giant's lost the game on the horrendous play calling of Gilbride/Coughlin. All I have to say is 1st and 5. 3 straight passes after running the ball 3 of 4 times for 30+ yrds.
The Desertcat

Elmhurst, NY

#14 Jan 12, 2009
Can anybody say "Kenny Britt" in the April draft? The 6'4" stud receiver from Rutgers will make all Giants fans forget about the pathetic performance of their receivers yesterday.
iliketuna

Bridgeport, CT

#15 Jan 12, 2009
giants lost, case closed. move on. mcnabb will puke, not to worry. be it next week or in the super bowl. he showed what a b/a/b/o/o/n he is when he picked up the phone on the sidelines. classless idiot.
John

Mattituck, NY

#16 Jan 12, 2009
I'd bring Plax back, let Derrick Ward go, use Ahmad Bradshaw more and keep Kiwanuka at DE. It's not a logjam to have too many players. Notice this year, the defensive ends were worn down by the time the playoffs came around. It would be stupid to let Plax go just to make a point. He's only gonna sign with another team and burn you.
John

Mattituck, NY

#17 Jan 12, 2009
reignman wrote:
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Warner was losing games in NY all by himself, he was an interception/fumble machine and was only a temporary fix anyway. And he's a dome/good weather QB, not a great asset in Giants Stadium.
Actually, Kurt Warner was 5-4 as Giants starting QB in 2004. But he was getting sacked and hit so much, I think they made the switch to keep him from being killed.
steelworker

Croton On Hudson, NY

#18 Jan 13, 2009
Rotation on the D line is important in a blitzing team. They need a stud outside blitzing LB. Free agent wide reciever should be where the money is spent. Whats up with the tight end in this gilbride offense??? Why dont boss get 5-6 catches a game like clockwork. Gilbride is the worst..thats why buddy ryan tried to kick his a@@ on the sidelines.
steelworker

Croton On Hudson, NY

#19 Jan 13, 2009
The O line when warner was here sucked...not his fault..give him this O line now and we are in the Super bowl every year with our running game.
Y I hate the media

Boxborough, MA

#20 Jan 13, 2009
Ignore any of suggestions from the pundits in the media should be their next move.
Oh and don't listen to the morons who host call in shows on WFAN, or the stupid people who call in.

Hi this is Ira from Staten Island, I never played the game, but I'm a big fan. I think the Giants should...

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