Michael Strahan is, among many other things, a sensitive, insecure guy.
It’s significant that Lawrence Taylor was in tears after a screening at the Paley Center last night of LT: The Life and Times, Showtime’s new feature-length documentary.
Bill Parcells, who is about to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, recently told reporters that his all-time favorite game was the 1990 NFC Championship, in which his Giants beat the San Francisco 49ers 15-13 on a last-second field goal.
Disclaimer: I am a Mets fan, which means that during the spring and summer, I probably listen to the voice of Gary Cohen, the Mets play-by-play announcer, more than that of any other person.
Despite an organizational brand premised on steadiness and continuity, Giants fans have become accustomed in the last several years to sudden change.
Around this time three years ago, Phil Simms, who will broadcast Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday, was broadcasting Super Bowl XLIV, between the Colts and the Saints.
In his introductory press conference, new Jets general manager John Idzik showed himself to be whatever you want to make of him.
Michael Strahan is one of 15 finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, whose inductees will be announced a week from Saturday.
Today’s long-delayed press conference featuring Rex Ryan and Woody Johnson was supposed to signal a new beginning after a disappointing season. Instead, it became another example of the organization’s tiresome predilection for inane narrative-peddling.