NFC East: John Kent Cooke
October, 22, 2009
By Matt Mosley | ESPN.com
Posted by ESPN.com's Matt Mosley
- Paul Schwartz from the New York Post says the Giants could play the "what if?" game with all their injuries -- but it would be pointless.
- Tom Rock of Newsday wonders if the Giants' once-vaunted pass rush can get to Kurt Warner. Special shoutout to defensive tackle Barry Cofield, who recently admitted to being a daily Beast enthusiast.
- Apparently Giants beat writers are now fascinated by how quickly quarterbacks release the ball after taking the snap. Kurt Warner's at 2.2 seconds, according to Giants defensive end Justin Tuck.
- Ralph Vacchiano of Daily News fame has a similar story on getting to Warner.
- Tara Sullivan from The Record talks about the Giants' interception drills Wednesday.
- Antonio Pierce left practice with a stiff back Wednesday, according to Vacchiano.
- Levi Jones thinks a roster spot with the Redskins is a "golden opportunity." All together now: hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha.
- Michael Wilbon has a really good column in The Washington Post pointing out that Sherman Lewis isn't the clown that he's being made out to be in some circles. But Wilbon's conclusion confused a little bit. It's like Lewis is being forced to do this job against his will. I get the fact that he was passed over for a head-coaching jobs years ago, but if he didn't want this job, he could've simply said no.
- Rick Maese and Jason Reid teamed up to write the Steve Largent story for the Post.
- Longtime Hashmarks and Beast supporter Ryan O'Halloran also has a take on the Largent comments.
- If you're looking for hard-hitting analysis of the Skins situation, this writer really seems to be on point.
- Jason Campbell explains where he got in trouble against the Chiefs.
- Mike Wise of the Post sat down with John Kent Cooke. Fascinating interview.