A Dud in the Mud in Jersey?: Why New York Giants Must Be Confident in 2010 Squad

June 8, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Next to the New Meadowlands sit the skeletal remains of the former Giants Stadium.
Popular belief states that construction crews with wrecking balls and large machinery caused the large patch of destruction and rubble at the foot of the brand new football palace.
Giants fans, however, know the truth. The stadium was crushed upon impact when the 2009 season, and any hopes of a Giants dynasty, came crashing back to earth last December.
The timing was not ideal for the team’s ownership. Two years ago at this time, the entire Metropolitan area and beyond was abuzz with Giants pride. PSLs would still have stung, but there would be some comfort in the belief that the Giants had suddenly become one of the most powerful teams of the last decade.
Now flash forward to a brand new stadium fit for a champion—a stadium so grand that loyal fans who have paid steep prices for season tickets for over 30 years are forced to discontinue their patronage because of outlandi...

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