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    2011'S BEST PERFORMANCES: 4-3 DEFENSIVE ENDS

    Excerpt: "2t. Jason Pierre-Paul, New York
    Giants: Week 13 at Green
    Bay
    (+11.6)

    JPP proved plenty capable of making the big plays, but if he had a criticism,
    it was that he didn’t take over as many games as his talent (and the hype) would
    suggest. That wasn’t the case against Green Bay where Pierre-Paul was too much
    for Marshall Newhouse, picking up a sack, three hits, and five pressures against
    the Packers’ left tackle. Pierre-Paul was also responsible for two batted passes
    and his two tackles for losses highlighted his work in the run game." Read more...
    “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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    Re: 2011'S BEST PERFORMANCES: 4-3 DEFENSIVE ENDS

    [quote user="RoanokeFan"]2011'S BEST PERFORMANCES: 4-3 DEFENSIVE ENDS

    Excerpt: "2t. Jason Pierre-Paul, New York
    Giants: Week 13 at Green
    Bay
    (+11.6)

    JPP proved plenty capable of making the big plays, but if he had a criticism,
    it was that he didn’t take over as many games as his talent (and the hype) would
    suggest. That wasn’t the case against Green Bay where Pierre-Paul was too much
    for Marshall Newhouse, picking up a sack, three hits, and five pressures against
    the Packers’ left tackle. Pierre-Paul was also responsible for two batted passes
    and his two tackles for losses highlighted his work in the run game." Read more...[/quote]

    I'm surprised they didn't choose the cowboy game where he blocked the FG... he was like a one man show that game.

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    • #3
      Re: 2011'S BEST PERFORMANCES: 4-3 DEFENSIVE ENDS

      [quote user="NYFan221"][quote user="RoanokeFan"]2011'S BEST PERFORMANCES: 4-3 DEFENSIVE ENDS

      Excerpt: "2t. Jason Pierre-Paul, New York
      Giants: Week 13 at Green
      Bay
      (+11.6)

      JPP proved plenty capable of making the big plays, but if he had a criticism,
      it was that he didn’t take over as many games as his talent (and the hype) would
      suggest. That wasn’t the case against Green Bay where Pierre-Paul was too much
      for Marshall Newhouse, picking up a sack, three hits, and five pressures against
      the Packers’ left tackle. Pierre-Paul was also responsible for two batted passes
      and his two tackles for losses highlighted his work in the run game." Read more...[/quote]

      I'm surprised they didn't choose the cowboy game where he blocked the FG... he was like a one man show that game.
      [/quote]

      This guy hasn't hit his stride yet. It will be harder to pick put single games I hope.
      “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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      • #4
        Re: 2011'S BEST PERFORMANCES: 4-3 DEFENSIVE ENDS

        I hope we draft/sign/trade for a really good really young DE within the next 1-2 seasons so we can have another top tier end to line up across from JPP, since Tuck's getting older, and Osi is likely gone soon. I LOVE having a sick D-Line.

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          Re: 2011'S BEST PERFORMANCES: 4-3 DEFENSIVE ENDS



          [quote user="NYFan221"]I hope we draft/sign/trade for a really good really young DE within the next 1-2 seasons so we can have another top tier end to line up across from JPP, since Tuck's getting older, and Osi is likely gone soon. I LOVE having a sick D-Line.
          [/quote]




          If we dont, we wont be winning the SB anytime soon. Kinda like the 90s when all of a sudden we lost our LBs and switched to the 4-3. It took a long time to adapt and figure out how to play that style.

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          • #6
            Re: 2011'S BEST PERFORMANCES: 4-3 DEFENSIVE ENDS

            [quote user="NYFan221"][quote user="RoanokeFan"]2011'S BEST PERFORMANCES:* 4-3 DEFENSIVE ENDS

            Excerpt:* "2t. Jason Pierre-Paul, New York
            Giants: Week 13 at Green
            Bay
            *(+11.6)

            JPP proved plenty capable of making the big plays, but if he had a criticism,
            it was that he didn’t take over as many games as his talent (and the hype) would
            suggest. That wasn’t the case against Green Bay where Pierre-Paul was too much
            for Marshall Newhouse, picking up a sack, three hits, and five pressures against
            the Packers’ left tackle. Pierre-Paul was also responsible for two batted passes
            and his two tackles for losses highlighted his work in the run game."* Read more...[/quote]

            I'm surprised they didn't choose the cowboy game where he blocked the FG... he was like a one man show that game.
            [/quote]

            I was thinking the same thing.


            “Basically just stay with your man,” cornerback Janoris Jenkins said. “Follow him everywhere you go. Even if he goes to the bathroom, follow him.”

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            • #7
              Re: 2011'S BEST PERFORMANCES: 4-3 DEFENSIVE ENDS

              No Cowboys game? He was an absolute monster in that game

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              • #8
                Re: 2011'S BEST PERFORMANCES: 4-3 DEFENSIVE ENDS

                [quote user="Neverend"]No Cowboys game? He was an absolute monster in that game[/quote]

                I thought so too. Apparently his pass rush was not consistent:

                http://www.profootballfocus.com/blog...wboys-week-14/

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                  Re: 2011'S BEST PERFORMANCES: 4-3 DEFENSIVE ENDS

                  [quote user="NYFan221"][quote user="RoanokeFan"]2011'S BEST PERFORMANCES:* 4-3 DEFENSIVE ENDS

                  Excerpt:* "2t. Jason Pierre-Paul, New York
                  Giants: Week 13 at Green
                  Bay
                  *(+11.6)

                  JPP proved plenty capable of making the big plays, but if he had a criticism,
                  it was that he didn’t take over as many games as his talent (and the hype) would
                  suggest. That wasn’t the case against Green Bay where Pierre-Paul was too much
                  for Marshall Newhouse, picking up a sack, three hits, and five pressures against
                  the Packers’ left tackle. Pierre-Paul was also responsible for two batted passes
                  and his two tackles for losses highlighted his work in the run game."* Read more...[/quote]

                  I'm surprised they didn't choose the cowboy game where he blocked the FG... he was like a one man show that game.
                  [/quote]

                  Exactly... Just goes to show the websites formulas (and the hype) aren't accurate as they suggest

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                  • #10
                    Re: 2011'S BEST PERFORMANCES: 4-3 DEFENSIVE ENDS

                    [quote user="Neverend"]No Cowboys game? He was an absolute monster in that game[/quote]

                    Apparently they were not paying attention to that being a must win game and JPP carrying the team on his shoulders. If the guy could've ran a kick off back or thrown a ball and caught it himself, he would have that game. That is the game that defined JPP in the NFL and showed his motor. He was everywhere.

                    Hell, I'm surprised he wasn't reffing, coaching and calling the game from the box.

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                    • #11
                      Re: 2011'S BEST PERFORMANCES: 4-3 DEFENSIVE ENDS

                      It doesn't matter whether JPP improves or not, he is already a beast.

                      But to think that he is still so young and time to get better........scary for opposing QBs, I hope this man stays a giant for a long long itme.

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                      • #12
                        Re: 2011'S BEST PERFORMANCES: 4-3 DEFENSIVE ENDS

                        [quote user="CGYgiant"][quote user="Neverend"]No Cowboys game? He was an absolute monster in that game[/quote]

                        I thought so too. Apparently his pass rush was not consistent:

                        http://www.profootballfocus.com/blog...wboys-week-14/
                        [/quote]

                        I agree with this. For every play he dominated, there also seemed to be a play where he did nothing, and I don't mean he didn't get to the quarterback. He literally did nothing. At times, he'd see he didn't beat his man off the snap, and then he'd just stop rushing, and hope for a pass-deflection.

                        Getting a pass deflection is great, but you don't just stare at a passer for 4 seconds waiting to jump up. You have to generate pressure.

                        Not saying he isn't our scariest defensive player right now. Just saying there are still glaring weaknesses in his game that highlight reels don't show.



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