Morning Donut With The Giants: 4 Cool Stories


Good Morning New York Giants fans; rise, shine and read about Big Blue before you get to the Monday blues. Its once again time for the Morning Donut, which is basically like your sports page, dedicated to the Giants. We have plenty of things to say about the Giants, we had 25 posts last week alone. Its important to hear what everyone else has to say and therefore we give you the best collection of morning links for a Giants fan.

5 Potential Trap Games on New York Giants 2015 Schedule by Kevin Boilard (Bleacher Report)

"Five games stand out on the Giants’ schedule for the 2015 season as trap games. Although New York has a chance to win the five games highlighted in this article, it’s worth considering all circumstances when looking ahead to these matchups."

TE Jerome Cunningham making most of opportunity by Dan Salomone (

"“When he’s looking at me, I can sense that he’s going to throw to me, and even if he looks away, I know what I have to do to get open,” said Cunningham, who caught 61 passes for 690 yards and seven touchdowns at Southern Connecticut State University from 2009-12. “So if he does come back to me, I can still receive a pass. It’s nice to actually get those reps so you can build that chemistry.”"

New York Giants play charity basketball game at Pittston Area by Nick Wagner (Times Leader)

"Following the game, fans were treated to an autograph session in the lobby of Pittston Area. Players stayed to sign autographs and pose photo opportunities for the fans. Sports Fever also held a silent auction for Giants and other sports memorabilia throughout the game."

Eli Manning feels more comfortable in offense this year   by Josh Alper (Pro Football Talk, NBC Sports)

"Those results would be reason for optimism about 2015 on their own, but expectations should be even higher now that Manning says his comfort level is increasing."

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