Lawrence Taylor

24 years seems like a long time.  That's how long I have been going to see the Giants play on Sunday afternoons in the Meadowlands. Having played football in high school and college, Sunday was a free day for me to make Section 133 my home. But with this football season slowly ending with a just feels different.  Yes, I've seen some amazing football from those seats in East Rutherford over those 24 years. Let me give you a few snapshots...I have vivid memory's of Simms to Bavaro and the birth of the Gatorade Shower. Jim Burt steam rolling Joe Montana to allow LT to intercept the pass and run it back for a touch down. Hostetler coming in for an injured Simms, the emergance of young Rodney Hampton with a 4 TD game, and how about LT's [...] Continue reading → | , , , ,
Heartless. On a day that was supposed to be filled with great NY Giant memories as fans and players saluted the house that Wellington Mara built, the NY Giants football team laid down with the most uninspiring play I have ever seen. Even with Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor, arguably the best linebacker the NFL has ever seen and clearly the most dominant player to ever wear Giant blue, in the house, this squad could not find enough inspiration to stop the Carolina Panthers on "one" of their first five offensive drives. The aftermath was just as gutless, as Osi Umenyiora, who is supposed to be one of the team's defensive leaders complained about his playing time, lack of snaps, and the end of his career as a New York Giant. Hey,'re under contract, so how about you keep [...] Continue reading → | , , , , , , , , , , ,
Inside Giants Stadium All Stadium reviews located at: photos by: Craig J. Santucci The New York Giants have a rich history that spans 84 years.   They have played in the Polo Grounds, Yankee Stadium, Yale Bowl and Shea Stadium.  Not until 1976 did Giants Stadium open the gates in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Giants Stadium is currently the 9th oldest stadium in the NFL and 3rd largest behind Fed-Ex Field and [...] Continue reading → | , , , , ,
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