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New York Giants 2014 Season Recap

Big Blue looks to put this season behind them and return back to the playoffs in 2015

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. 

A Day in the Life of a Giants' Beat Reporter

From military veteran to Giants' beat reporter, an experience Patten won't soon forget.

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

New York's first round draft pick in 2012 walks away from football due to neck injury

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.  

New Names, Same Game

Free agent spree aside, Jerry Reese is still building from within

For the first time in the Jerry Reese era, there’s a free agent frenzy in New York. The cash-strapped Giants cleared enough cap space to improve the offensive line, pluck one of the top free agents on the market from Denver, and totally revamp their secondary and return game. For Giants fans, this isn’t the norm.

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