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New York Giants

One on One's NFL Friday: Week 5, 2013

by Kelly Kultys

Kenny Ducey and DJ Sixsmith welcome you in for another edition of NFL Friday, and start off by breaking down the Browns win over the Bills last night, 37-24. The guys take a look at the costly injuries to both Browns QB Brian Hoyer and Bills QB EJ Manuel, and whether either team will look to bring in a veteran to fill the voids.

The guys then bring in WFUV alum Nick Kostos of Siruis Radio and Bleacher Report to discuss all the top stories this week in the NFL.

The Tribeca Diary

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

Flickr:: JFPic/ CaseyTempletonPhotography

I’m sitting on a leather couch in an upscale bar on Fulton Street and New York Giant cornerback Prince Amukamura is a few feet to my right. My colleague/friend/socializer Kris Venezia is next to me and we engage in conversation to avoid any awkward stares in our direction, which we knowingly received from many people, including Hannah Storm’s younger daughters to our left. You see we inadvertently had situated ourselves in the VIP section of the bar, an open room with neon lighting that offered us a chance to breathe.

One on One takes a look at the Giants with Paul Schwartz of the New York Post

by Nolan Silbernagel

Robb Carr/ Getty Images

 

Nolan Silbernagel and Mike Valdetara discussed why the Giants suffered another late season collapse and if some serious coaching changes have to be made to avoid another disappointing season next year.  Listen in and see why Schwartz thinks the players are to be blamed more than the coaches. 

Schwartz also gave his input as to what he thought is the biggest weakness of the New York Giants were this year.

Click on the plug-in links below to listen.

Dan Lauria: From Lombardi to Red Ryder

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

Joan Marcus/ Carol Rosegg

Most people know Dan Lauria as the father in the iconic family drama “The Wonder Years,” the Fred Savage star vehicle. More recently, though, especially for New Yorkers as Dan mentions in our interview, he is now recognized quite handily as Vince Lombardi, for his portrayal in the Broadway hit two years ago.