Blog Posts - Kevin Gilbride



Giants Coach Tom Coughlin Has Tough Decisions Moving Forward

The Giants will say their final farewells to their miserable 2009 season Sunday and for some Giants, those farewells will be forever. Some have even already said their final goodbyes. Those decisions won’t be official, of course, until Tom Cou...
by MKRob's Sports Blog on Jan 3, 2010

NY Giants 33 Dallas 31

This was a great win, warts and all. Yes, there are a multitude of problems that need fixing, but there were MANY positives gained from this victory. We have been saying since the middle of preseason that the defense needed time to come together- th...
by Ultimatenyg on Sep 21, 2009

They'll walk through a wall for you

1) We talk about how the difference between teams teams #1 thru #26 in the NFL is not very large. Intangibles like coaching and emotion can make a #26 play like a #1 and we have numerous examples of coaches who turn good teams into underachievers in...
by Ultimatenyg on Sep 15, 2009

Some interesting comments from Gilbride

Gilbride spoke with the media Thursday after minicamp was over.He had some cautiously positive spin on where the team is. He singled out 4 players by name:Bradshaw and Ware- "..we feel pretty good about some of the guys that have been given a chance...
by Ultimatenyg on Jun 22, 2009

Gilbride speaks to Giants.com

Our fearless offensive offensive coordinator sat down with John Schmeelk of Giants.com for a video interview... Giants.com:"Six out of the seven first picks are all on your side of the ball. That must have been pretty exciting for you!?!" Kevin Gilbr...
by Ultimatenyg on May 30, 2009

The Vitriol of Ultimatenyg

Yesterday's NY Giants blog installment was an opportunity for us to poke fun at the offensive coordinator. Some regulars agreed, some did not. Good debate. Xtian always makes remarks which I appreciate, because we agree and agree to disagree, but we...
by Ultimatenyg on May 15, 2009

Q&A with Kevin Gilgarbage- You Gotta Have Hope!

A few days ago Kevin Gilbride sat down with reporters for an interview. Ultimatenyg comments in red.Q: How do you feel about receivers?A: Good. It is hard to get a gauge this early for a couple of reasons. One, they are just learning what it is you e...
by Ultimatenyg on May 14, 2009

Toomer Part II

It is not every day that you get an ex-player to share some insight on what is actually going on INSIDE. Add the fact that it is Amani Toomer and you have something worth listening to. How many times in Toomer's career did he show up a player or a co...
by Ultimatenyg on Apr 2, 2009

Wonder comments on Burress and Cutler, TOOMER COMMENTS TOO

Three items today, do not miss Toomer's comments at the end.First, Wonder commented on the 2 big news items:1) Plaxico Burress court appearance delayed until June 15th. (More on this article below, see "Toomer.")2) Jay Cutler and the Broncos are gett...
by Ultimatenyg on Apr 1, 2009

Volatility is your friend

This week when Brad Van Pelt passed away, there were all kinds of stories that surfaced. One of my favorites was naturally an intersection between him and Goerge Young.As the story goes, it is early 2004, and Van Pelt has had a very good season. He c...
by Ultimatenyg on Feb 21, 2009

Phil Simms on Friday Francesa

To be honest, I could give a rat's brown about the handicapping of the Steelers vs the Cardinals. To me, it is all about listening to Phil Simms talk football. He does not talk down to the fans, he tells it like it is and either you get it or you don
by Ultimatenyg on Jan 31, 2009

Wonder's autopsy and other remarks

We all are trying to move on. But Wonder's view is always worth listening to, because he educates us as to what is going on. (Wait till you get the skinny on his draft board. I used to listen to the Kiper's of the world, but none of the them are
by Ultimatenyg on Jan 14, 2009

Arnie V's perspective

The email, phone calls and comments keep pouring in. And I can tell you, it ain't pretty. Everyone needs a Giants grief counselor right now, including yours truly.Here is one from Arnie V., a diehard Giants fan for 7 decades. Arnie was interviewed b
by Ultimatenyg on Jan 13, 2009

That bitter taste, a day after

Short version: A day later, 1-Gilbrown still browns, 2-underachievement should never be "accepted," 3-this loss will be right up there with Flipper Anderson, 4-the loss had little to do with the defense, 5-the Giants played with intensity and 6-
by Ultimatenyg on Jan 12, 2009

Eagles 23 Giants 11

First off, congratulations to the Philadelphia Eagles. They played hard and were able to capitalize on the opportunity. The MVP of the Eagles today was shared by three people: Eli Manning, John Carney and Kevin Gilbrown. While I will not take anythin...
by Ultimatenyg on Jan 11, 2009

Half-Time Thoughts on Giants vs. Eagles

What I’ve noticed so far watching this game is that the Giants aren’t performing like the defending SuperBowl champions (except Brandon Jacobs, that is) and the Eagles aren’t capitalizing on this opportunity. Seriously - who
by JerseySmarts.com on Jan 11, 2009

Deja Blue All Over Again

I am at peace. I have serenity within my Giant madness...So many things about this game are IDENTICAL. THE GIANTS GET A DO OVER.This is a total gift, having seen them in the exact same conditions. We get to turn back time and play the exact same game...
by Ultimatenyg on Jan 9, 2009

Eagles, Giants, and the NFL

1) Not a complete surprise that a ny giants blog would have ~80% of its respondents lining up to vote for them to win the Super Bowl. But how biased is this group? The online odds to win the Super Bowl paint a different picture, one where essentially...
by Ultimatenyg on Jan 8, 2009

Raiders hope to speak with Giants' Gilbride

The Oakland Raiders are in the process of requesting permission to speak with New York Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride about their vacant head coach position, according to a report from ESPN senior NFL analyst Chris Mortensen.As the Giant...


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