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  1. #21
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    Close call, but I'm Anti-KG

    I've always liked his playbook; when run correctly we've been dominant.

    His play calling during the game is terrible. It has been for years, but this year he hasn't turned it around at all. No quick slants, 3rd and long draws, "Go deep or go home" should be his motto.

    He may be able to turn it around again this year and we might finish the season well, but I still think he should be gone regardless of what happens from here on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imstilripped View Post
    Jackass, and I've thought so since the home playoff loss to Philly in '08.
    That game sucked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joemorrisforprez View Post
    Yeah, but did they address their 3rd string QB situation????

    Checkmate, sucka !!!!
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    ALL IN!!!!!!!!

    I'm ALL IN are you?

    "Once a Giant, ALWAYS, a Giant."

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    Quote Originally Posted by imstilripped View Post
    This should be enough to get Reese fired in itself, the lack of decent players on this team and that's what he did with our 4th rounder?
    A 4th....and 6th

    But we didn't need help anywhere else....never mind that 6 linebackers and 7 offensive lineman flew off the shelf in that round.
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    Anti. He must go along with all coaches. Season is done, so new blood could revive fans who should boycott the stadium next game. Empty seats might send the message to owners!

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    I've been on record as being anti-gilbride for years now and nothing has changed that.

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    I'm Anti-Gilbride. I have been for years. Prior to both Super Bowls.

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    Anti. He's 60% of the problem.

    Regardless of us win Super Bowls with him as the OC, because I think problems existed back then as well - we were just fortunate that bounces went our way and big plays worked out for us. That's football though.

  9. #29
    It's easy to Anti after a poor start. But in fairness 2012 was pretty close to the best offensive season in Giants history.

    The Giants’ offense has gained yards both rushing and passing and scored points in numbers unprecedented in franchise history under Kevin Gilbride, who is in his seventh full season as the team’s offensive coordinator.

    In 2012, he Giants scored 429 points, the second-highest total in franchise history; the 1963 Giants scored 448. The 2012 season was the fifth in the 88-year history of the franchise in which the Giants scored more than 400 points. Four of them have occurred since Kevin Gilbride took over as offensive coordinator late in the 2006 season: 2012 (429 points), 2008 (427) and 2009 (402). The Giants’ 429 points were 35 more than the 2011 Super Bowl champions scored.

    The Giants scored a franchise-record 278 points at home, shattering the old mark of 248, set in 2007. In their last three home games – victories over Green Bay, New Orleans and Philadelphia – the Giants scored 38, 52 and 42 points.

    They scored six offensive touchdowns in a 52-27 victory against New Orleans on Dec. 9, the first time they accomplished the feat since Dec. 22, 2002 in a 44-27 triumph in Indianapolis.

    The Giants’ 327 first downs in 2012 were the fifth-highest total in team history.

    In 2011, the Giants gained a franchise-record 6,161 yards, breaking the mark of 6,085 set in 2010. Those are the only 6,000-yard seasons in Giants history.
    The Giants shattered another record that season with 4,734 net passing yards. The former mark of 4,019 was set in 2009. Those are the only 4,000-yard passing seasons in Giants history. The Giants were fifth in the NFL with 295.9 passing yards a game, their highest ranking since the 1984 team finished fifth. In 2011, the Giants had at least 200 passing yards in every game for the first time in their history. They set another franchise mark with 359 pass completions. The Giants led the NFL with 18 completions of 40 or more yards in 2011.

    The Giants had 331 first downs for the second season in a row, including 216 passing first downs, shattering the former team record of 198, set in 1984.

    The Giants scored 47 touchdowns in the regular season, the sixth-highest total in team history and a figure they matched in 2012.

    In their four-game postseason run, which culminated in a 21-17 victory over New England in Super Bowl XLVI, the Giants averaged 25.5 points and 402.5 yards, higher figures than their regular season averages of 24.6 points and 385.1 yards.

    The 2013 season is Gilbride’s 39th in coaching and 24th in the National Football League. Gilbride, then the quarterbacks coach, assumed play-calling duties from former coordinator John Hufnagel prior to the 2006 regular season finale in Washington.

    With Gilbride devising game plans and calling plays, the Giants’ offense has consistently been among the most productive in the NFL. The unit was ranked seventh, eighth, fifth, eighth and 14th, respectively, in the last five seasons.

    In 2010, the Giants gained 6,085 yards, the first 6,000-yard season in their history. The previous record was 5,884 yards in 1985. The Giants scored 48 touchdowns – every one of them by the offense - which was tied for the third-highest total in team history. They scored 57 touchdowns in 1963, 49 in 1962 and 1967 and 48 in 1985.

    The Giants led the league by averaging 6.57 yards on first down. The team’s 62.9 completion percentage was a team record, besting the 62.4 percentage set in 2009. The Giants’ 3,885 net passing yards were the fourth-highest total in team history.

    The Giants had 80 scrimmage plays of 20 or more yards (58 passes, 22 runs), tying them with the Philadelphia Eagles for the highest total in the NFL. Their 14 touchdown passes of 20-plus yards led the league.

    Gilbride’s unit was also productive on the ground, where the Giants were one of only two teams with a pair of backs who rushed for more than 800 yards apiece in Ahmad Bradshaw (1,235 yards) and Brandon Jacobs (823). The only other team to have two 800-yard rushers was Kansas City, with Jamaal Charles and Thomas Jones.

    In 2009, the Giants scored 402 points after scoring 425 in 2008, the first time in franchise history they scored at least 400 points in consecutive seasons. The Giants gained 5,856 yards, then the second-highest total in franchise history. In addition, they set a team record with 4,019 net passing yards, the first 4,000-yard season in team history. The old record of 3,951 was set in 2002. The Giants had 62 pass plays of 20 or more yards, which left them tied for fifth in the NFL.

    In 2008, three years before setting the passing yardage record, the Giants rushed for NFL-leading and franchise record numbers of 2,518 yards and 5.0 yards per carry. The previous records were 2,451 yards in 1985 in 2005 and 4.7 yards an attempt in 2006. The Giants rushed for 301 yards in an overtime victory over Carolina on Dec. 21, the fifth-highest total in team history and their highest total in 49 years.

    That season, Jacobs rushed for 1,089 yards and Derrick Ward ran for 1,025 to become the fourth pair of backs from the same team – and the fifth set of teammates – to run for at least 1,000 yards in the same season.

    Gilbride has worked closely with Eli Manning throughout the quarterback’s outstanding career. Last year, Manning became the Giants’ career leader in completions (2,612) and touchdown passes (211). He is second in team history in pass attempts (4,457) and passing yards (31,527). In the 2011 regular season, Manning set Giants records for pass attempts (589), completions (359) and yards (4,933). The yardage total was the fourth-highest in the NFL that season and is the eighth-highest total in league history. Manning is the only quarterback in Giants history with three 4,000-yard seasons.

    Manning’s 29 touchdown passes were the second-highest total of his career (he had 31 in 2010) and his 16 interceptions were nine fewer than he threw the previous season. His passer rating of 92.9 was the second highest of his career (he had a 93.1 rating in 2009). Manning threw an NFL-record 15 fourth-quarter touchdown passes in 2011. The previous record of 14 was set by Hall of Famer Johnny Unitas in 1959 and tied by Peyton Manning (2002).

    In the postseason, Manning completed 65 percent of his passes and threw for nine touchdowns and only one interception.

    Manning has thrown for at least 3,000 yards and 20 touchdowns in eight consecutive seasons, the fifth-longest such streak in NFL history. Manning and New Orleans’ Drew Brees are the only quarterbacks to throw for at least 3,000 yards and at least 20 touchdown passes every season from 2005-12.

  10. #30
    It's easy to Anti after a poor start. But in fairness the offense has been better in KG era than at any point in franchise history.

    The Giants’ offense has gained yards both rushing and passing and scored points in numbers unprecedented in franchise history under Kevin Gilbride, who is in his seventh full season as the team’s offensive coordinator.

    In 2012, he Giants scored 429 points, the second-highest total in franchise history; the 1963 Giants scored 448. The 2012 season was the fifth in the 88-year history of the franchise in which the Giants scored more than 400 points. Four of them have occurred since Kevin Gilbride took over as offensive coordinator late in the 2006 season: 2012 (429 points), 2008 (427) and 2009 (402). The Giants’ 429 points were 35 more than the 2011 Super Bowl champions scored.

    The Giants scored a franchise-record 278 points at home, shattering the old mark of 248, set in 2007. In their last three home games – victories over Green Bay, New Orleans and Philadelphia – the Giants scored 38, 52 and 42 points.

    They scored six offensive touchdowns in a 52-27 victory against New Orleans on Dec. 9, the first time they accomplished the feat since Dec. 22, 2002 in a 44-27 triumph in Indianapolis.

    The Giants’ 327 first downs in 2012 were the fifth-highest total in team history.

    In 2011, the Giants gained a franchise-record 6,161 yards, breaking the mark of 6,085 set in 2010. Those are the only 6,000-yard seasons in Giants history.
    The Giants shattered another record that season with 4,734 net passing yards. The former mark of 4,019 was set in 2009. Those are the only 4,000-yard passing seasons in Giants history. The Giants were fifth in the NFL with 295.9 passing yards a game, their highest ranking since the 1984 team finished fifth. In 2011, the Giants had at least 200 passing yards in every game for the first time in their history. They set another franchise mark with 359 pass completions. The Giants led the NFL with 18 completions of 40 or more yards in 2011.

    The Giants had 331 first downs for the second season in a row, including 216 passing first downs, shattering the former team record of 198, set in 1984.

    The Giants scored 47 touchdowns in the regular season, the sixth-highest total in team history and a figure they matched in 2012.

    In their four-game postseason run, which culminated in a 21-17 victory over New England in Super Bowl XLVI, the Giants averaged 25.5 points and 402.5 yards, higher figures than their regular season averages of 24.6 points and 385.1 yards.

    The 2013 season is Gilbride’s 39th in coaching and 24th in the National Football League. Gilbride, then the quarterbacks coach, assumed play-calling duties from former coordinator John Hufnagel prior to the 2006 regular season finale in Washington.

    With Gilbride devising game plans and calling plays, the Giants’ offense has consistently been among the most productive in the NFL. The unit was ranked seventh, eighth, fifth, eighth and 14th, respectively, in the last five seasons.

    In 2010, the Giants gained 6,085 yards, the first 6,000-yard season in their history. The previous record was 5,884 yards in 1985. The Giants scored 48 touchdowns – every one of them by the offense - which was tied for the third-highest total in team history. They scored 57 touchdowns in 1963, 49 in 1962 and 1967 and 48 in 1985.

    The Giants led the league by averaging 6.57 yards on first down. The team’s 62.9 completion percentage was a team record, besting the 62.4 percentage set in 2009. The Giants’ 3,885 net passing yards were the fourth-highest total in team history.

    The Giants had 80 scrimmage plays of 20 or more yards (58 passes, 22 runs), tying them with the Philadelphia Eagles for the highest total in the NFL. Their 14 touchdown passes of 20-plus yards led the league.

    Gilbride’s unit was also productive on the ground, where the Giants were one of only two teams with a pair of backs who rushed for more than 800 yards apiece in Ahmad Bradshaw (1,235 yards) and Brandon Jacobs (823). The only other team to have two 800-yard rushers was Kansas City, with Jamaal Charles and Thomas Jones.

    In 2009, the Giants scored 402 points after scoring 425 in 2008, the first time in franchise history they scored at least 400 points in consecutive seasons. The Giants gained 5,856 yards, then the second-highest total in franchise history. In addition, they set a team record with 4,019 net passing yards, the first 4,000-yard season in team history. The old record of 3,951 was set in 2002. The Giants had 62 pass plays of 20 or more yards, which left them tied for fifth in the NFL.

    In 2008, three years before setting the passing yardage record, the Giants rushed for NFL-leading and franchise record numbers of 2,518 yards and 5.0 yards per carry. The previous records were 2,451 yards in 1985 in 2005 and 4.7 yards an attempt in 2006. The Giants rushed for 301 yards in an overtime victory over Carolina on Dec. 21, the fifth-highest total in team history and their highest total in 49 years.

    That season, Jacobs rushed for 1,089 yards and Derrick Ward ran for 1,025 to become the fourth pair of backs from the same team – and the fifth set of teammates – to run for at least 1,000 yards in the same season.

    Gilbride has worked closely with Eli Manning throughout the quarterback’s outstanding career. Last year, Manning became the Giants’ career leader in completions (2,612) and touchdown passes (211). He is second in team history in pass attempts (4,457) and passing yards (31,527). In the 2011 regular season, Manning set Giants records for pass attempts (589), completions (359) and yards (4,933). The yardage total was the fourth-highest in the NFL that season and is the eighth-highest total in league history. Manning is the only quarterback in Giants history with three 4,000-yard seasons.

    Manning’s 29 touchdown passes were the second-highest total of his career (he had 31 in 2010) and his 16 interceptions were nine fewer than he threw the previous season. His passer rating of 92.9 was the second highest of his career (he had a 93.1 rating in 2009). Manning threw an NFL-record 15 fourth-quarter touchdown passes in 2011. The previous record of 14 was set by Hall of Famer Johnny Unitas in 1959 and tied by Peyton Manning (2002).

    In the postseason, Manning completed 65 percent of his passes and threw for nine touchdowns and only one interception.

    Manning has thrown for at least 3,000 yards and 20 touchdowns in eight consecutive seasons, the fifth-longest such streak in NFL history. Manning and New Orleans’ Drew Brees are the only quarterbacks to throw for at least 3,000 yards and at least 20 touchdown passes every season from 2005-12.

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