After some time to cool off after Thanksgiving and another frustrating defeat, the Bluethers are back to give you some more smoking hot takes on lukecold mediocrity. They spend a lot of time breaking down the fall-from-ahead loss in Philadelphia and Zach Ertz's continued success against Big Blue. They also discuss Saquon's stellar first half and baffling near-absence after halftime, as well as Pat Shurmur's performance at the helm of the Giants so far and whether or not he should be retained heading into the 2019 season. This episode also includes a question from HOF One Seth and a preview of Week 13's pairing with the Chicago Bears.
The Bluethers are back at it to get you up to speed on the Giants' last three "games." After a won bye week and two football victories against other football teams, the Giants are looking increasingly competent at the sport they play and increasingly incompetent at securing a quarterback of the future.
With Thanksgiving and a rematch with the Eagles fast approaching, Zach and Willys also look ahead to what we can expect in Week 12 and whether or not the Giants are, in fact, 2-0. (Spoiler: nope!)
After another wildly uninspiring week of football from the New York Football Giants, Zach and Willys try to make lemons into some kind of juice-like beverage. Mostly, though, they discuss why the Giants continue to look so bad, how the club might be setting itself up for 2019, and whether Odell Beckham, Jr., is justified in pointing out just how challenging Big Blue's situation is.
Other topics include the color navy blue, how much people know about putting out fires, and inane nicknames for sporting venues.
The Patriots and Eagles are playing each other in the Super Bowl, but let's mostly bypass discussion of that fact in favor of an exploration of the front-office moves of a 3-13 team with the second overall draft pick. Also: food, fruit, old Facebook posts, and how to become a media trillionaire.Read More
The guys recap losses to Dallas and Philadelphia and dive into Nick Foles, Tom Brady, Tom Brady's trainer, and Jimmy Garoppolo. They also look ahead to this week's game against Arizona, how the Giants might finish the year, and who will be involved with the team in 2018. And lastly... someone actually did watch Skip Bayless this week.Read More