Thursday, September 25, 2008

Big Blue on the Web: The No-Burress Zone

There's an abundance of non-Plaxico news out there this week and a number of good stories on the G-men that you should check out. But before we look at that though, I'd like to acknowledge the passing of former Giants' CB and radio analyst for over forty years, Dick Lynch. He passed on Wednesday morning after a tough battle with Leukemia. He was 72.

By all accounts, Lynch was a wonderful guy, a family man, and a great Giant. He will clearly be missed by many, and the Giants faithful send their condolences to the Lynch family.

Bob Papa discusses his former friend and broadcast partner in this week's Papa's Perspective.

Mike Eisen at remembers the former Giant.

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Here are some other stories from the past week, including some post-game write-ups and a few player profiles amongst other things...

Giants vs. Bengals post-game:

The Giants' no huddle offense

Mike Garafolo from the Newark Star-Ledger gives us a look back at CIN-NYG

Ralph Vacchiano from the NY Daily News takes a closer look at the Giants' pass rush, sans Strahan and Osi.


Vacchiano takes a look at the Giants' start.

Player features:

Here comes Fred Robbins...

Ahmad Bradshaw doesn't mind the shortage of carries; he's all about team.

Mike Garafolo gives us some interesting stats on Kevin Boss and the Giants' running game.

SporsCenter interview with Coach Coughlin:

TC talks about the team's early season success and the impact of last year's run on the 2008 squad.

Stay tuned for some Burress-related news and opinion at the end of the week. And as always, please leave your comments and sign up for the RSS feed. If you're a regular Blogger user, you can now also sign up to follow this website on the lower left-hand side.

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