B-Straw & Pauly-G Show
With so many holes on the offensive run by O’Brien, it’s amazing the Texans were as close as they were to picking up their fourth win in five games.
The Cowboys lead the NFL in rushing with former Sooner DeMarco leading the way. Murray is tops in the NFL with 534 yards on the season, and 133.5 yards per game. He also has run [...]
After hitting nine of ten so far – including today’s pair from beyond 50 yards – there’s no reason for Bullock not to be confident.
Much like the Giants, Buffalo’s passing game lives off the short pass, which they hope open ups the running game.
How much of our frustration over the mishandling of this [Ray Rice] situation was directed at the Ravens front office? How much at the “incompetent” Goodell?
Why did Seminole coach Jimbo Fisher upgrade the penalty from a half to a full game anyway? If you felt a half-game suspension was sufficient, stick to your low moral guns, don’t bow to public pressure and expose your fraudulent, biased, discipline any more than you already have.
With the game on his shoulders, Fitzpatrick reverted to form; a guy who can look great one minute…looks inept the next minute throwing an errant interception.
All this talk about the Texans’ rushing attack being the reason the team is 2-0 is “smoke and mirrors.
However the decision to “retire” came about, I applaud the move standing up.
Marc Malusis, WFAN New York, joined The B-Straw & Pauly G Show to give some insight into the Giants for this week’s match with the Texans. He discussed a lot of the issues that the Giants are having and the fact that they are very much a work in progress. He says Eli Manning has been hesitant and shown a lack of confidence in his own footwork. He believes if the Giants make the same mistakes as their last game, the Texans will beat them.