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NYG4lifeNYK
12-16-2012, 05:05 PM
O-line being the absolute most important. Games are won and lost in the trenches and our O-line is shot. Even Snee's years might be numbered :( . Baas has proven to be a not so great signing. Beatty really the only on looking stout.

Secondary second most of importance I'd say. Webster hopefully resigns for a lot less, gets healthy and plays like he's capable of.
Hopefully we give KP a new contract but nothing crazy since he's not always on the field. He's a top safety when healthy.
We need depth here since we are hampered by injuries to this unit every single season.


Tuck is done. Unless something drastic happens with him during the off season making $4,000,000 in 2013 we can't afford to keep him on the roster at that price.

Osi may be gone but I still think we should resign him another 2 years.




Reese has a tough job this off season.... seems that way every year no? lol

dave56dj
12-16-2012, 05:05 PM
34-0 - blame blame blame - cmon guys relax.

NYG4lifeNYK
12-16-2012, 05:08 PM
34-0 - blame blame blame - cmon guys relax.

Relax what? We can still win the Super Bowl with this group but we need new blood on this team, clearly.


Tuck is content with his rings.
Our secondary gets banged up a lot.
The O-line is old and ineffective.

dave56dj
12-16-2012, 05:10 PM
Id agree NYG but locklear was looking good and was a nice find. You can't upgrade everywhere and the guys he has chosen have done a nice job, but yes oline needs work.

TroyArcher
12-16-2012, 05:10 PM
Osi is nothing more that a 3rd down specialist at this point, if someone is willing to pay for that. Need a right tackle. I think Tuck might retire. He surely has played like someone who is just interested in cashing a check.

dave56dj
12-16-2012, 05:12 PM
In the last 2 weeks osi has been the most active end on our team. Although JPP is usually fighting through 3 so thats slightly unfair.

NYG4lifeNYK
12-16-2012, 05:15 PM
In the last 2 weeks osi has been the most active end on our team. Although JPP is usually fighting through 3 so thats slightly unfair.

Exactly

I would seriously give Osi another 2 years he creates pressure. If our DT's could get push up the middle Osi would be getting a ton more sacks because of his style of pass rush

Osi is also getting doubled and chipped maybe not as much as JPP but Tuck is just invisible. Its sad :(

giantsforce
12-16-2012, 05:16 PM
O-line being the absolute most important. Games are won and lost in the trenches and our O-line is shot. Even Snee's years might be numbered :( . Baas has proven to be a not so great signing. Beatty really the only on looking stout.

Secondary second most of importance I'd say. Webster hopefully resigns for a lot less, gets healthy and plays like he's capable of.
Hopefully we give KP a new contract but nothing crazy since he's not always on the field. He's a top safety when healthy.
We need depth here since we are hampered by injuries to this unit every single season.


Tuck is done. Unless something drastic happens with him during the off season making $4,000,000 in 2013 we can't afford to keep him on the roster at that price.

Osi may be gone but I still think we should resign him another 2 years.




Reese has a tough job this off season.... seems that way every year no? lolHe will do exactly what did last year: Nothing. he will draft another not needed player in the 1st round and then they will keep him in the sidelines because he will not be "NFL" ready.

giantsforce
12-16-2012, 05:19 PM
34-0 - blame blame blame - cmon guys relax.I am relaxed. I knew the season was over right after the 1st game. That set the tone for me that neither the coaching staff nor the players are any serious about making another run. They are just going through the motions since they know they will be collecting a paycheck no matter what.

TheShouldersOf
12-16-2012, 05:22 PM
You could draft every Lineman in College and Free agents and they still would refuse to play them because of 'Loyalty'