Morning Donut with the Giants: Big Blue Sunday


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New York Giants: Dwayne Harris ready to shine by Ryan Disdier ( FanSided)

"For starters, as yourself this: If you’re a Giants fan, when was the last time the Giants had consistent special teams play? Actually, scratch that. You don’t even have to be a Giants fan to know how woeful New York has been on special teams."

New York Giants: Standing by Jason Pierre-Paul relatively easy by Joe Soriano ( FanSided)

"At 26, Jason Pierre-Paul is still in a position where he could feasibly earn two real paydays in his career, and there’s a good chance he’ll be back to his old self without the use of his finger and after he recovers from his right thumb fractures (which will take six weeks to recover, as reported by ESPN’s Ed Werder)."

New York Giants: How Can Ben McAdoo Get Most out of Offense in 2015? by Kevin Boilard (Bleacher Report)

"The right side of the line cannot be projected with a great deal of certainty. Geoff Schwartz, who only appeared in two games last season, is trying to make a comeback at guard; free-agency acquisition Marshall Newhouse is currently penciled in as the starting right tackle. The Giants can’t count on either of these players with any degree of confidence."

Growing up a Giant: Matured Justin Pugh makes changes for bounceback year by Jordan Raanan (

"The Giants have high hopes for him as a guard, where they expect a Pro Bowl or All-Pro player. It’s why they made Pugh switch from tackle to guard this offseason, even after left tackle Will Beatty tore his pectoral muscle early in the spring and left the Giants shorthanded at the tackle position."

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