Training Camp: Twitter Reports From James P.
Here at GMEN HQ, we were fortunate enough to have our Lead Staff Writer, James Pennisi, out on the Giants scene yesterday with some quality team BLUE football information via Twitter as @. James also released personal practice reports that feature tons of first-hand insight and original content — this includes photographs that he snapped while watching the Jints try to get it together for the 2014 football season.
Here are the two features posted following Sunday’s Giants practice:
- Training Camp Giantisms: Giants Practice #5 News & Notes
- Giants Training Camp 2014: First-Hand Account
Now, let’s take a look at some of the tweet highlights on offense, defense and special teams from camp yesterday. First up:
Always good to see the children of Giants Nation getting autographs from a Super Bowl caliber QB, they’ll remember cool NFL moments like that their entire lives:
No matter how good of a QB you are, what are you going to do against the Prince of New York when he’s doing what he does best:
The new free agent Running Back addition, Rashad Jennings, is showing off his specific skill set: patience and gliding strides:
Remember Mario Manningham, Giants Nation? He’s back:
Manningham a crowd favorite out here. Giants fans don’t forget their Giant hero’s. He looks very weird in 86 though — James (@bigbluebloggers) July 27, 2014
But apparently, he’s not better than ever, according to JP:
What’s that, you’re seeking a Nassib to Fells connection? Well, wouldn’t you know it, James happened to run into just that thing:
Well — this doesn’t sound to promising Ryan Nassib fans:
Nassib throwing behind Parker. He has serious accuracy issues even with no pressure — James (@bigbluebloggers) July 27, 2014
However, James isn’t blaming Ryan Nassib’s issues on the new offensive game plan. Are you confident in Ben McAdoo?
Cruz just found a seam in the slot against Thurmond. I really am liking McAdoo’s route designs — James (@bigbluebloggers) July 27, 2014
It appears to be working well for Eli, look a deep pass… see the West Coast Offense isn’t just screen passes. Eli will still play to his strengths in this offense too:
Touchdowns and autographs aside, “This Guy” is a jerk for blocking James from a quality picture of the action on the field:
No one asked for it, but it’s here anyway, just like real summertime fleas:
Tell you something good, you say: