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  • How many Sacks will JPP get this season?

    I'm gonna say 21 Sacks for the Big Blue Monstrosity!

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    He should get about 12 sacks. Teams may try to get rid of the ball faster.

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    • #3
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      [quote user="Diamondring"]He should get about 12 sacks. Teams may try to get rid of the ball faster.[/quote]

      If they do that I won't complain....rushing a play means higher risk of throwing a pick/pick 6 I'll take that

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      • #4
        Re: How many Sacks will JPP get this season?

        15 sacks

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        • #5
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          [quote user="ELI_Iz_God"][quote user="Diamondring"]He should get about 12 sacks. Teams may try to get rid of the ball faster.[/quote]

          If they do that I won't complain....rushing a play means higher risk of throwing a pick/pick 6 I'll take that [/quote]Well that depends on how well plays are designed.

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          • #6
            Re: How many Sacks will JPP get this season?

            17

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            • #7
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              [quote user="Diamondring"]He should get about 12 sacks. Teams may try to get rid of the ball faster.[/quote]

              Then the question is, how many pics will our secondary have? Either way he will be big.

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              • #8
                Re: How many Sacks will JPP get this season?

                The final number almost doesn't matter, because regardless of circumstance, JPP's presence will hurt the opponent's offense.

                If he doesn't get a sack, he'll get a hurry or knock down.

                If he doesn't get those, he'll get a batted ball--which eventually will result in a pick or two.

                If he doesn't get anything because of effective double or triple teaming, Osi will get to the QB.

                If not Osi, Tuck will gut the middle.

                It's more likely JPP will have a couple less sacks this year, but his presence will be MORE destructive to opponents' offenses than last year.

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                • #9
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                  I think Tuck leads the team in sacks this year all due because of JPP getting triple teamed!

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                  • #10
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                    25
                    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
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                    Let's make it 5 in 2016 so we can be on a LINE NE again!!!

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                    • #11
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                      Strahan's career sack records show alternating up and down years especially in the 2nd half of his career, I'm going to predict the same for JPP. I'd say maybe by year 5 he will have a monster year threatening the team and NFL single season sack records.

                      Starting from 1993 for Strahan:
                      1
                      4.5
                      7.5
                      5
                      14
                      15
                      5
                      9.5
                      22.5
                      11
                      18
                      4
                      11.5
                      3
                      9

                      8-Time NFL Champions - 1927 1934 1938 1956 1986 1990 2007 2011

                      "You win close games because you're prepared to do it. It doesn't just come down to luck." -- Bill Parcells

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                      • #12
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                        40

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                        • #13
                          Re: How many Sacks will JPP get this season?

                          [quote user="NYGinIN"][quote user="Diamondring"]He should get about 12 sacks. Teams may try to get rid of the ball faster.[/quote]

                          Then the question is, how many pics will our secondary have? Either way he will be big.[/quote]That would be nice if what you have said comes true.

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                          • #14
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                            Totally agree. Number doesn't matter. His notoriety alone will go lengths. And once teams start game planning against him. He will get hungrier for sacks and therefore better. He has so much upside in front of him. His legend will get tuck and osi more sacks this year than him. It is a win/win situation..

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                            • #15
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                              NyDailynews article few days before SB:

                              The more Robert Nunn ponders it, the more the Giants’ defensive line
                              coach is baffled. Jason Pierre-Paul doesn’t have a single go-to
                              pass-rush move.


                              “He doesn’t have a great move,” Nunn says. “Most
                              pass-rushers that are effective do something that’s very, very good. He
                              just reacts to whatever he gets.”



                              Nunn shakes his head as he says
                              this, marveling at how much the precocious Pierre-Paul has done with so
                              little experience and fundamental knowledge. Despite the lack of moves,
                              the second-year defensive end has already emerged as one of the
                              league’s most feared pass-rushers. He led the Giants with 16.5 sacks —
                              fourth-best in the league — and made 86 tackles.




                              And Nunn says the defensive end who wasn’t supposed to develop until
                              next season
                              should be one of the front-runners for the league’s
                              Defensive Player of the Year award. The winner will be announced
                              Saturday night.



                              “I can’t compare him to any other position, but
                              if it goes to a defensive lineman, it should be he or (San Francisco’s)
                              Justin Smith,” says Nunn. “They have set themselves apart.”



                              It’s
                              something “JPP” was supposed to do next season, not this year, Nunn
                              says. The coaching staff expected Pierre-Paul to simply “work into the
                              rotation” this season, apprenticing under the deepest collection of ends
                              in the league. He was supposed to improve his nonexistent work habits,
                              learn to get on a regular weight-room schedule to make his
                              already-bulging biceps pop some more.



                              He was supposed to
                              gradually learn their moves. Dave Tollefson has the stab-slap, a quick
                              move that throws an offensive lineman’s hands out of the way, and Osi
                              Umenyiora has the edge rush that leads to the strip sack.






                              It wouldn't shock me if his sack number increases next year.

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