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    coach for the New York Giants football team for the past twelve years. His coaching techniques and strategies led the team in winning three Super Bowls in his career. This past season was his last time head coaching for the team. With a new coach taking over the team there is a lot of new opportunities for changes. Ben McAdoo is announced as the new head coach and has been their offensive coordinator for the past two years. For the past twelve years the Giants have been a defensive driven team under Coughlin. Now with McAdoo and his past history with offensive work the team will become an offensive driven program. Henry Buggy wrote an article in the Headlines & Global News website about McAdoo, and what he is…

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    No one can figure out why, but the New York Giants seem to do best after a few years of mediocrity. Well, three seasons after their Super Bowl XLVI victory over the New England Patriots, the Giants find themselves under pressure to win once again. The G-Men haven’t made the playoffs since hoisting their second Lombardi Trophy of the Eli Manning era, and now both Eli and head coach Tom Coughlin are under fire again in New York. With Manning’s contract expiring after this season, both Eli and…

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    Our hearts are Bigger, our bonds are STRONGER, our hits are HARDER, our traditions OLDER, but our weaknesses… FEWER. The New York Giants are a professional American football team located in the New York metropolitan area. The Giants compete in the National Football League (NFL) as a member club of the league's National Football Conference (NFC) East division. The team plays its home games in East Rutherford, New Jersey, at MetLife Stadium, which it shares with the New York Jets in a unique…

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    This is a day I will always remember. I was packing up to go to a New York Giants football game. It was the summer 2017. Me and my dad were waiting for Claire and her dad to come. Claire’s dad would be driving,my dad sitting next to him, and Claire and I in the back. Finally, they came. We hopped in the car and we were off. It was going to be a 1 hour and a few minutes drive. Right, then Claire started to play with our super supply of stuff. The car was filled with stuff top to bottom. We…

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    Typically, the tones found in articles are used to promote and support each piece’s specific purpose. In a piece, the tone the author uses has an incredible influence over the audience's’ opinions pertaining to the article. Consequently, author’s specifically choose tones that cater to their specific purpose for writing. In the article “The Real New York Giants”, Rick Reilly uses a tone that promotes his article’s purpose. Reilly’s purpose is to inform his audience that a large event, like 9/11,…

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    Dallas Cowboys Injury

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    In the post match interview, Romo said that he felt fine and Dallas Cowboys Owner, Jerry Jones, reaffirmed that statement. Later on after a MRI was taken, a break in his vertebra was discovered. This injury put him out for an estimated time of 8-10 weeks. The only difference about this injury is that the Cowboys had rookie Dak Prescott, as the backup quarterback. Prescott wasn’t picked until the 6th round of the NFL Draft. Many teams passed on the rookie quarterback, and their probably…

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    in Live with Kelly and Michael or the 2009 Fox sitcom Brothers, you would probably be surprised to find out that Michael was a legend on the football field. For 15 years (practically his entire pro-football career), he was signed to the New York Giants as one of the teams most revered defensive ends. In 2001, Michael broke the NFL record for most recorded sacks in…

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    taught to young men nationwide through the physical game of football. The sport revolves around the team working as one, meaning that players and coaches must work toward their common goal which is victory against their opponent. Therefore, these young men must learn from and listen to their coaches as well as compete to contribute to their team. These qualities will go with them throughout their lives as they start to become adults in the working world, where cooperating with others is a vital…

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    Nfl's Super Bowl

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    sport to the casual viewer. The goal for the fan is to explain the game and to encourage the passive viewer to get more engaged in the event. There were a couple of instances that occurred at this event. There were couples were one partner is a sports fan and trying to explain the game to their partner. The fans want the causal viewer to engage in interpretive interaction to understand how the sport works. Once the viewer understands the foundation, it is an easier task for the fan to explain…

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    he eventually got signed with the Rams. (Biography.com Editors) In 1999, he got to second string quarterback where he then due to Trent Green tearing his ACL was able to be the first string QB to play. That season he led the Rams to the Superbowl where they had won against the Tennessee Titans. After leading the to the super bowl he continues on his journey of being an NFL player, Staying with the Rams until June 1, 2004. He enjoyed playing for the rams but, unfortunately, he started to…

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