The New York Football Giants finished the 2014 season with a 6-10 record. For the third straight year, Big Blue missed the playoffs and finished the season with a losing record for the second year in a row. Owner John Mara called finishing 6-10, “an embarrassment”. New York has seen that winning a Super Bowl is not easy, but you need to qualify for the playoffs before you win a Super Bowl. The playoff drought has fans and management searching for answers. However, one answer that the Giants believe they have figured out is at head coach.
Mark Cannizzaro (@MarkCannizzaro) of the New York Post sat down with Kelly Kultys on One on One to discuss the final week of the regular season in the NFL, who has the best chance of making the playoffs, who to watch out for and the future of Rex Ryan and the New York Jets.
In this edition of Five on Three, Anthony Pucik, Martin McCormack and Brendan Bowers look at the mumps outbreak in the NHL, the Florida Panthers' solid play thus far and review the Rangers', Islanders' and Devils' last two weeks of games.
Jesse Spector (@JesseSpector) of Sporting News joined the podcast to react to the Padres' assembly of a brand-new outfield, the Yankees' acquisition of Nate Eovaldi, and the Mets' near future.