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  • So is Goff even an option to be resigned anymore?

    We have ample LBers so I'd assume Goff is out especially if he doesn't want the deal we offered him.



    Haven't heard anything other than he had a few visits from other bottom feeder teams
    "Once a Giant, ALWAYS, a Giant."

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    Re: So is Goff even an option to be resigned anymore?

    Hes an option until he signs elsewhere.

    There has to be a reason he hasent signed anywhere yet though, could be an injury issue

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    • #3
      Re: So is Goff even an option to be resigned anymore?

      [quote user="slipknottin"]Hes an option until he signs elsewhere.

      There has to be a reason he hasent signed anywhere yet though, could be an injury issue[/quote]

      That's what I'm thinking.. very odd he's a pretty good LB for no one to even bite
      "Once a Giant, ALWAYS, a Giant."

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      • #4
        Re: So is Goff even an option to be resigned anymore?

        [quote user="slipknottin"]Hes an option until he signs elsewhere. There has to be a reason he hasent signed anywhere yet though, could be an injury issue[/quote]It could be his game film slip. []
        No one remembers who came in second.

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        • #5
          Re: So is Goff even an option to be resigned anymore?



          Goff is a nonissue.The guy is very replaceable.

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          http://fivethirtyeight.com/features/...eat-the-draft/

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          • #6
            Re: So is Goff even an option to be resigned anymore?

            His injury has been reported as more serious than originally thought.

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            • #7
              Re: So is Goff even an option to be resigned anymore?

              [quote user="Mod_C"]His injury has been reported as more serious than originally thought.
              [/quote]
              Really , more than the ACL? Where did you read it bro .
              " Success is never final, but failure can be " B.P.

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              • #8
                Re: So is Goff even an option to be resigned anymore?

                [quote user="G-Men Surg."][quote user="Mod_C"]His injury has been reported as more serious than originally thought.
                [/quote]
                Really , more than the ACL? Where did you read it bro .[/quote]

                I do remember seeing a small snippet in a story when Rivers was signed. I'll see if I can drag it up, but no promises []

                Edit: Can't seem to locate now. I think it was just part of a sentence in an article about the Rivers and it could well have been just the author's musing as to why the GIANTS seem to be not interested in Goff. I does seem safe to say Goff will probably not be back in a GIANTS' uniform this season.
                “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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                • #9
                  Re: So is Goff even an option to be resigned anymore?

                  [quote user="RoanokeFan"][quote user="G-Men Surg."][quote user="Mod_C"]His injury has been reported as more serious than originally thought.
                  [/quote]
                  Really , more than the ACL? Where did you read it bro .[/quote]

                  I do remember seeing a small snippet in a story when Rivers was signed.* I'll see if I can drag it up, but no promises* []

                  Edit:* Can't seem to locate now.* I think it was just part of a sentence in an article about the Rivers and it could well have been just the author's musing as to why the GIANTS seem to be not interested in Goff.* I does seem safe to say Goff will probably not be back in a GIANTS' uniform this season.
                  [/quote]

                  i remember what ur referring to. it was a minor point. it was about how signing rivers and jr said boley played MLB in nickel packages and that they'll see if rivers or boley can play at mlb

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                  • #10
                    Re: So is Goff even an option to be resigned anymore?

                    I'm not a big Goff guy, but I'll take him over Jones or Peysinger. I'm not done with either of those players, but I think that Goff has SOME value.

                    MLB's seem hard to find in a 4-3 D and while I like Blackburn more, I'd like Goff as depth.

                    And I do NOT like the idea of Boley play MLB -- let him stay at OLB which is what he excels at.

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                    • #11
                      Re: So is Goff even an option to be resigned anymore?

                      [quote user="JJC7301"]I'm not a big Goff guy, but I'll take him over Jones or Peysinger. I'm not done with either of those players, but I think that Goff has SOME value.

                      MLB's seem hard to find in a 4-3 D and while I like Blackburn more, I'd like Goff as depth.

                      And I do NOT like the idea of Boley play MLB -- let him stay at OLB which is what he excels at.[/quote]

                      Really? How can you be sure Goff is better than Jones or Paysinger will ever be. They were rookies last year. Paysinger hasn't even taken a defensive snap yet. A little early I think to say they have no value.

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                      • #12
                        Re: So is Goff even an option to be resigned anymore?

                        [quote user="NY_Eli"][quote user="JJC7301"]I'm not a big Goff guy, but I'll take him over Jones or Peysinger. I'm not done with either of those players, but I think that Goff has SOME value.

                        MLB's seem hard to find in a 4-3 D and while I like Blackburn more, I'd like Goff as depth.

                        And I do NOT like the idea of Boley play MLB -- let him stay at OLB which is what he excels at.[/quote]

                        Really? How can you be sure Goff is better than Jones or Paysinger will ever be. They were rookies last year. Paysinger hasn't even taken a defensive snap yet. A little early I think to say they have no value.[/quote]

                        he was saying that he'd take goff over them right now. not that goff is better than those two will ever be, hence "i'm not done with those players..."

                        I'd like Goff for depth as well, I think we'll re0sign him once he's healthy. I wouldnt mind Blackburn or Goff starting at MLB, but to be honest I'm hoping Rivers can earn the starting job.

                        our lb core was pretty terrible for most of last season, but played much better when it mattered most. and with the depth we have and boley/kiwi as our starting OLB, i really like our lb core...

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                        • #13
                          Re: So is Goff even an option to be resigned anymore?

                          [quote user="giantsfan420"][quote user="RoanokeFan"][quote user="G-Men Surg."][quote user="Mod_C"]His injury has been reported as more serious than originally thought.
                          [/quote]
                          Really , more than the ACL? Where did you read it bro .[/quote]

                          I do remember seeing a small snippet in a story when Rivers was signed.* I'll see if I can drag it up, but no promises* []

                          Edit:* Can't seem to locate now.* I think it was just part of a sentence in an article about the Rivers and it could well have been just the author's musing as to why the GIANTS seem to be not interested in Goff.* I does seem safe to say Goff will probably not be back in a GIANTS' uniform this season.
                          [/quote]

                          i remember what ur referring to. it was a minor point. it was about how signing rivers and jr said boley played MLB in nickel packages and that they'll see if rivers or boley can play at mlb[/quote]
                          What a shame, Goff was coming along and was a classic case of how the GIANTS develop their players , pitiful it all ended with an injury and he seems like a good guy. Let's see how it all works out for him when the dust settles.
                          " Success is never final, but failure can be " B.P.

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                          • #14
                            Re: So is Goff even an option to be resigned anymore?

                            [quote user="giantsfan420"][quote user="NY_Eli"][quote user="JJC7301"]I'm not a big Goff guy, but I'll take him over Jones or Peysinger. I'm not done with either of those players, but I think that Goff has SOME value.

                            MLB's seem hard to find in a 4-3 D and while I like Blackburn more, I'd like Goff as depth.

                            And I do NOT like the idea of Boley play MLB -- let him stay at OLB which is what he excels at.[/quote]

                            Really? How can you be sure Goff is better than Jones or Paysinger will ever be. They were rookies last year. Paysinger hasn't even taken a defensive snap yet. A little early I think to say they have no value.[/quote]

                            he was saying that he'd take goff over them right now. not that goff is better than those two will ever be, hence "i'm not done with those players..."

                            I'd like Goff for depth as well, I think we'll re0sign him once he's healthy. I wouldnt mind Blackburn or Goff starting at MLB, but to be honest I'm hoping Rivers can earn the starting job.

                            our lb core was pretty terrible for most of last season, but played much better when it mattered most. and with the depth we have and boley/kiwi as our starting OLB, i really like our lb core...[/quote]

                            agreed about goff..is i dont think paysinger is a Mike anyway.

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                              Re: So is Goff even an option to be resigned anymore?

                              [quote user="G-Men Surg."][quote user="giantsfan420"][quote user="RoanokeFan"][quote user="G-Men Surg."][quote user="Mod_C"]His injury has been reported as more serious than originally thought.
                              [/quote]
                              Really , more than the ACL? Where did you read it bro .[/quote]

                              I do remember seeing a small snippet in a story when Rivers was signed. I'll see if I can drag it up, but no promises []

                              Edit: Can't seem to locate now. I think it was just part of a sentence in an article about the Rivers and it could well have been just the author's musing as to why the GIANTS seem to be not interested in Goff. I does seem safe to say Goff will probably not be back in a GIANTS' uniform this season.
                              [/quote]

                              i remember what ur referring to. it was a minor point. it was about how signing rivers and jr said boley played MLB in nickel packages and that they'll see if rivers or boley can play at mlb[/quote]
                              What a shame, Goff was coming along and was a classic case of how the GIANTS develop their players , pitiful it all ended with an injury and he seems like a good guy. Let's see how it all works out for him when the dust settles.[/quote]

                              You never know with Reese. The longer it takes Goff to find a home, the easier it will be to bring him back if healthy.
                              “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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