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thomsoad
01-07-2012, 04:54 PM
Look I know the kid hasnt produced. Both Nicks and Cruz are flat out freakin studs, and I do believe SS will be a Giant again next year (granted its a hunch), and Manningham as a #3 is lethal to opposing defenses.

I have absolutely NOTHING to base this on ... BUT I just got a really bad feeling that Barden at some point is gonna be an absolute terror in this league and I really dont want it to be when we dont have him.

I guess the point im making is this... Would you guys keep Barden above MM and SS? I know its ridiculous but i cant feeling this guy is gonna be something special and the idea of Hicks, Cruz, and full potential Barden would be unstoppable.

nYg24
01-07-2012, 05:10 PM
Well, i honestly don't see Smith coming back. Manninghams contract is up here and i dont really see him resigning because the Giants won't be willing to pay him. So unless Jernigan steps up I think Barden will be here another year.

NWKEffectElement
01-07-2012, 05:11 PM
No

NWKEffectElement
01-07-2012, 05:16 PM
Look I know the kid hasnt produced. Both Nicks and Cruz are flat out freakin studs, and I do believe SS will be a Giant again next year (granted its a hunch), and Manningham as a #3 is lethal to opposing defenses.

I have absolutely NOTHING to base this on ... BUT I just got a really bad feeling that Barden at some point is gonna be an absolute terror in this league and I really dont want it to be when we dont have him.

I guess the point im making is this... Would you guys keep Barden above MM and SS? I know its ridiculous but i cant feeling this guy is gonna be something special and the idea of Hicks, Cruz, and full potential Barden would be unstoppable.

Steve Smith will never be a Giant again. Take that to the bank. His career is most likely over with that second knee injury.

AntB
01-07-2012, 05:16 PM
I think he just needs some one on one workouts with TC in the off-season to toughen him up a little. A tall receiver can be an advantage in certain situations.

GMENAGAIN
01-07-2012, 07:16 PM
Well, i honestly don't see Smith coming back. Manninghams contract is up here and i dont really see him resigning because the Giants won't be willing to pay him. So unless Jernigan steps up I think Barden will be here another year.
+1

joeybagadonutz23
01-07-2012, 07:47 PM
Look I know the kid hasnt produced. Both Nicks and Cruz are flat out freakin studs, and I do believe SS will be a Giant again next year (granted its a hunch), and Manningham as a #3 is lethal to opposing defenses.

I have absolutely NOTHING to base this on ... BUT I just got a really bad feeling that Barden at some point is gonna be an absolute terror in this league and I really dont want it to be when we dont have him.

I guess the point im making is this... Would you guys keep Barden above MM and SS? I know its ridiculous but i cant feeling this guy is gonna be something special and the idea of Hicks, Cruz, and full potential Barden would be unstoppable.

Steve Smith will never be a Giant again. Take that to the bank. His career is most likely over with that second knee injury.

This

jomo
01-07-2012, 07:50 PM
Who cares whether a #4, 5 or 6 receiver will be back next year? I don't remember a single thing he's done in his time here to endear himself to Giants fans. Oh, wait ............he is tall. lol

ELIistheFRANCHISE
01-07-2012, 08:17 PM
Look I know the kid hasnt produced. Both Nicks and Cruz are flat out freakin studs, and I do believe SS will be a Giant again next year (granted its a hunch), and Manningham as a #3 is lethal to opposing defenses.

I have absolutely NOTHING to base this on ... BUT I just got a really bad feeling that Barden at some point is gonna be an absolute terror in this league and I really dont want it to be when we dont have him.

I guess the point im making is this... Would you guys keep Barden above MM and SS? I know its ridiculous but i cant feeling this guy is gonna be something special and the idea of Hicks, Cruz, and full potential Barden would be unstoppable.

Steve Smith will never be a Giant again. Take that to the bank. His career is most likely over with that second knee injury.
im with you on the ss12 never being a giant again, but the 2nd injury was a bruise on the bone of that same knee. Not a doc so dk really if its serious.