New York Giants Podcast

Giants vs Ravens recap with Super Bowl champ Myron Guyton

Bleedbigblue Podcast Episode 007: Giants vs Ravens recap with Super Bowl champ Myron Guyton.

In Super Bowl XXV the New York Giants took on a juggernaut offense in the Buffalo Bills.One of the key contributors to slowing down the Bills offense consisting of Hall of Famers Jim Kelly, Thurman Thomas and Andre Reed was New York Giants Free Safety, #29, Myron Guyton. Myron along with other secondary members of Mark Collins, Everson Walls and Greg Jackson pummeled the high powered Bills offense all day and were an integral part of securing a Big Blue victory in, what is to this day, one of the most thrilling Super Bowls that has ever been played.

Recently, the Bleed Big Blue Podcast Crew  had the honor of sitting down with this New York Giants legend to discuss New York Football Giants past and present including this past Sunday’s Giants vs. Ravens.

After some brief technical difficulties, like hanging up on Myron when he first called in, the guys settled in to talk on such topics as…

• Bill Parcells

• Bill Belichick

• Super Bowl XXV’s Game Plan

• Why You Should Never Go To Newark…ever

• Differences Between Today’s New School Players and the Old School

• Odell and His Engagement to the Net

• Eli Needing the Phil Simms Gene?

• Tim Goes To Kutztown

• What Some of the Older Giants Feel About Odell’s Antics…and much more

Myron Guyton

He played professionally as a defensive back in the National Football League for the New York Giants (1989–1993) and the New England Patriots (1994–1995). He was a member of the Giants team that won Super Bowl XXV. Before his NFL career, he played college football at Eastern Kentucky University and was selected by the Giants in the eighth round of the 1989 NFL Draft.

On June 23rd, 2016 Myron Maynard Guyton was enshrined in the Kentucky Football Hall Of Fame.

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