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    Are the next big thing. These two are going to have great seasons.

    These two will see some more playing time next year with out current cap situation, and they will take advantage, especially Da'Rel. I don't see anything standing in their way and both these men can turn something short into a huge gain.

    Thoughts?

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    Re: Da'Rel Scott, Jarell Jernnigan

    I hope so. Their first season was a bit undramatic
    “Never argue with an idiot. They will only bring you down to their level and beat you with experience.” MB Rule # 1

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    • #3
      Re: Da'Rel Scott, Jarell Jernnigan

      I really hope so man, if they both become big contributors, we'll finally have some speed on this team.

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        Two more guys need to be drafted at these positions as insurance

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          Re: Da'Rel Scott, Jarell Jernnigan

          [quote user="NYgiants141"]Are the next big thing. These two are going to have great seasons.

          These two will see some more playing time next year with out current cap situation, and they will take advantage, especially Da'Rel. I don't see anything standing in their way and both these men can turn something short into a huge gain.

          Thoughts?[/quote]
          Agree I see both of them having huge breakout seasons. Maybe not as big as Cruz had, but big. I see them both being very elusive slippery guys
          Football has been very, very good to us.
          After losing seasons 2013-15, the giants put up 11 wins in 16.. they are on way Back
          But for now we can console ourselves with this fact-

          # of Super Bowl victories since 1985:

          1-Chicago, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Seattle
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          3-San Francisco, Dallas, Denver
          4-New York Giants!!!
          5-NE
          Let's make it 5 in 2016 so we can be on a LINE NE again!!!

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            Re: Da'Rel Scott, Jarell Jernnigan

            For some reason Jernigan doesn't scream anything special to me... I hope to God I'm wrong.

            I've never even seen him lined up in the offense aside from 1-2 times unless I'm forgetting. Did he have a pass thrown his way even once?
            "Once a Giant, ALWAYS, a Giant."

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              Re: Da'Rel Scott, Jarell Jernnigan

              [quote user="NYG4lifeNYK"]For some reason Jernigan doesn't scream anything special to me... I hope to God I'm wrong.

              I've never even seen him lined up in the offense aside from 1-2 times unless I'm forgetting. Did he have a pass thrown his way even once?
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              He had a poor pre-season so his action on the field was limited. Besides, there was no room for him on the offense last season. The assumed departure of Manningham will change that.

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              • #8
                Re: Da'Rel Scott, Jarell Jernnigan

                I don't see Scott having a big year unless the line is solidified.

                Jernigan on the other hand I'd love to see do something.

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                  I do not think JJ is the answer, not right now.

                  It is for simple reasons tho. Almost 90% of Cruz's catches came from the slot position. He was arguable the best slot reciever in football this year(only arguable b/c of Welker.)

                  JJ is also a slot guy. For hims to see the field we would have to move Cruz from a position he dominated. I do not see that happening. I think Barden will get a chance before JJ.


                  And Scott will have to address his fumble problems before he can be a part of the offense.
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                    Re: Da'Rel Scott, Jarell Jernnigan

                    [quote user="NYG4lifeNYK"]For some reason Jernigan doesn't scream anything special to me... I hope to God I'm wrong.

                    I've never even seen him lined up in the offense aside from 1-2 times unless I'm forgetting. Did he have a pass thrown his way even once?
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                    i seem to remember him fumbling a bit on sp teams.

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                    • #11
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                      [quote user="BlueSanta"]I do not think JJ is the answer, not right now.

                      It is for simple reasons tho. Almost 90% of Cruz's catches came from the slot position. He was arguable the best slot reciever in football this year(only arguable b/c of Welker.)

                      JJ is also a slot guy. For hims to see the field we would have to move Cruz from a position he dominated. I do not see that happening. I think Barden will get a chance before JJ.


                      And Scott will have to address his fumble problems before he can be a part of the offense.
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                      Cruz dominated the slot because he had Nicks and Manningham on either side of him. That won't be the case this year so Cruz could move out wide.

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                        [quote user="Harooni"][quote user="NYG4lifeNYK"]For some reason Jernigan doesn't scream anything special to me... I hope to God I'm wrong.

                        I've never even seen him lined up in the offense aside from 1-2 times unless I'm forgetting. Did he have a pass thrown his way even once?
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                        i seem to remember him fumbling a bit on sp teams.
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                        Yeah he did. It wasn't pretty. He was hesitant with picking a direction as well.

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                          [quote user="Flip Empty"][quote user="BlueSanta"]I do not think JJ is the answer, not right now.

                          It is for simple reasons tho. Almost 90% of Cruz's catches came from the slot position. He was arguable the best slot reciever in football this year(only arguable b/c of Welker.)

                          JJ is also a slot guy. For hims to see the field we would have to move Cruz from a position he dominated. I do not see that happening. I think Barden will get a chance before JJ.


                          And Scott will have to address his fumble problems before he can be a part of the offense.
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                          Cruz dominated the slot because he had Nicks and Manningham on either side of him. That won't be the case this year so Cruz could move out wide.[/quote]



                          No, Cruz's dominated because he is so quick that he is impossible to defend in the slot, where the defender has to defend all directions. On the outside, the sideline limits the quick guys. Cruz, like Welker is and like Marvin Harrison was is ideal in the slot.

                          His numbers when he lined up on the outside were greatly reduced this year compared to the slot. See HERE for more on this.


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                            [quote user="BlueSanta"][quote user="Flip Empty"][quote user="BlueSanta"]I do not think JJ is the answer, not right now.

                            It is for simple reasons tho. Almost 90% of Cruz's catches came from the slot position. He was arguable the best slot reciever in football this year(only arguable b/c of Welker.)

                            JJ is also a slot guy. For hims to see the field we would have to move Cruz from a position he dominated. I do not see that happening. I think Barden will get a chance before JJ.


                            And Scott will have to address his fumble problems before he can be a part of the offense.
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                            Cruz dominated the slot because he had Nicks and Manningham on either side of him. That won't be the case this year so Cruz could move out wide.[/quote]



                            No, Cruz's dominated because he is so quick that he is impossible to defend in the slot, where the defender has to defend all directions. On the outside, the sideline limits the quick guys. Cruz, like Welker is and like Marvin Harrison was is ideal in the slot.

                            His numbers when he lined up on the outside were greatly reduced this year compared to the slot. See HERE for more on this.


                            [/quote]
                            You don't think having Nicks and Manningham occupy the opposition's best corners and sometimes a safety helped at all?

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                              Re: Da'Rel Scott, Jarell Jernnigan

                              [quote user="Flip Empty"][quote user="BlueSanta"][quote user="Flip Empty"][quote user="BlueSanta"]I do not think JJ is the answer, not right now.

                              It is for simple reasons tho. Almost 90% of Cruz's catches came from the slot position. He was arguable the best slot reciever in football this year(only arguable b/c of Welker.)

                              JJ is also a slot guy. For hims to see the field we would have to move Cruz from a position he dominated. I do not see that happening. I think Barden will get a chance before JJ.


                              And Scott will have to address his fumble problems before he can be a part of the offense.
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                              Cruz dominated the slot because he had Nicks and Manningham on either side of him. That won't be the case this year so Cruz could move out wide.[/quote]



                              No, Cruz's dominated because he is so quick that he is impossible to defend in the slot, where the defender has to defend all directions. On the outside, the sideline limits the quick guys. Cruz, like Welker is and like Marvin Harrison was is ideal in the slot.

                              His numbers when he lined up on the outside were greatly reduced this year compared to the slot. See HERE for more on this.


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                              You don't think having Nicks and Manningham occupy the opposition's best corners and sometimes a safety helped at all?[/quote]

                              And you think that is the only reason he dominated? He was the best at his position and as that article shows his numbers from the outside were not as good. He is THE dominant slot receiver in the NFL right now. Why on Earth would we move him rather than find a guy to replace MM on the outside?

                              Barden is an outside guy, and therefor I think it much more likely they try him(or draft a guy) and leave Cruz in the slot rather than move Cruz outside and put another unknown in a position we already have a dominant guy.
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