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  • Tuck sack good play or right time right place?

    I couldnt tell if tuck just made a good play or he was just fortunate that rg3 right into him. i did not see a replay.

  • #2
    exactly, take 'em anyway you can get 'em ... this league is no joke ... those guys in the other uniforms apparently really want to win too
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    • #3
      I little bit of both. At first it looked like RGIII handed Tuck the sack but that wasn't the case. Tuck bull rushed the offensive lineman, drove him a few yards back, and almost knocked him over. RGIII ran his way, easy sack.
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      • #4
        Stop reaching and bashing the guy.... be happy he's starting to play better along with the rest of our D-line
        "Once a Giant, ALWAYS, a Giant."

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        • #5
          i think Tuck made a hellva play! he stayed with RG3 the whole way.
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          • #6
            There have been plenty of times he is in the right place and not gotten the sack - so you take what you can. He was active today - good game Tuck.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Harooni View Post
              I couldnt tell if tuck just made a good play or he was just fortunate that rg3 right into him. i did not see a replay.
              I'm not back on Tuck's bandwagon after this game...he had his best game of the season...week 7!!!...This is an ordinary game for a guy of his billing....needs to play with more heart, which he has lack for the entire season and most of last season.

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              • #8
                Combo of both. Announcer credited Kiwi as it happened though.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by dave56dj View Post
                  There have been plenty of times he is in the right place and not gotten the sack - so you take what you can. He was active today - good game Tuck.
                  Exactly. How many times has he overpowered his man on a play, but the QB just wasn't there? The bottom line is that you never give up, and that's what helped us today... our vets playing hard to the whistle and trying to make breaks.

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                  • #10
                    Ha - yeah its heart? Gimme a break the guy had 6 hurries against niners - but that doesnt show up on a stat sheet so fans get all worried - guy is a leader and very good player. JPP is younger and more explosive but cmon the guy is still a very good DE.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by NYG4lifeNYK View Post
                      Stop reaching and bashing the guy.... be happy he's starting to play better along with the rest of our D-line
                      i love tuck, but this year our dline besides jpp is avg. to me it looked like rg3 just ran right into him kinds fortunate timing.

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                      • #12
                        Tuck did everything right set the edge, played the contain which led to the sack.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by hungrrrry View Post
                          I'm not back on Tuck's bandwagon after this game...he had his best game of the season...week 7!!!...This is an ordinary game for a guy of his billing....needs to play with more heart, which he has lack for the entire season and most of last season.
                          Never question a players heart, you could question their head and what they are thinking. But to be playing in the NFL at Tuck's level for x amount of years speaks volumes to his heart.
                          Last edited by ny06; 10-21-2012, 06:05 PM.

                          Giants fan since the early 80s

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by ny06 View Post
                            Never question a players heart, you could question their head and what they are thinking. But to be playing in the NFL at Tuck's lever for x amount of years speaks volums to his heart.
                            He was drafted 6 years ago, not exactly ancient, not even for a D-lineman! He played great in 07 (2nd year) and for a couple years after and then in the post-season last year but is run-stopping is garbage now when it used to be a strength of his...He is average this year and until he proves he is what he billing says he is, he is a 1-sack DE with a mediocre amount of threat potential...He isn't alone, Osi has lost not one, but three steps, but he got a sack too. Osi is horrible against the run and has always been.

                            But we got a win....thats great but lets not cause us to overlook what is staring us in the face....1. Defensive scheming is sketchy, 2. Tuck and Osi are less effective than they once were (never give a pass) and 3. JPP would be much more effective if Kiwi was opposite of him.

                            Tuck would be a better DT (if his hearts in it), and Lets all have a farewell party for Osi after this season.

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                            • #15
                              Oh and 4 - they just played one of the best offenses in the game with one of the most dynamic qb's in the game and forced multiple turnovers. Tuck had six tackles and a sack - lets question his heart.

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