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  • Originally posted by Shockeystays08 View Post
    Another year or 2? Can you say Alfred Morris round 6? Year one ?Face it, so far Wilson looks like a questionable pick at best. This guy is a first round selection. We need him to contribute as a running back year one! Does he have to be our feature back? No! Does he have to be the best rookie RB for naysayers to be happy? No! But our number one back has a bad wheel, number two out for the remained of the season. I would think the Giants brass would be expecting more of a contribution from our #1 pick under the circumstances. Other than being a better than average KR and a few good runs in preseason vs 2nd stringers I've seen little to get enthused about.
    28 CAREER CARRIES. What part of this don't you understand. D's know it will be a run as soon as he steps on the field.
    We can't even say he can't block, because they don't use him on passing downs............

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    • Originally posted by Imgrate View Post
      The point is. If you're wasting a first round pick on a rb then you beret be damn sure he's going to make a huge impact day 1.
      Day one he made one mistake and has not been given a decent chance, EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      • Originally posted by WR4Life View Post
        I'm easily willing to give Wilson some time. Once he picks up the blocking scheme and develops his between the tackles vision, he's going to be a real threat. Another poster here mentioned a couple weeks ago that when he's in the defense is expecting run all the way. I definitely think this is true. If you want proof, watch the play where Eli scrambled on the boot leg. It was play action to Wilson and even though the defense was in man, nearly the entire defense flowed to Wilson's side expecting him to have the ball. The defense knows he can be a threat wit the ball in his hand. Once he learns the blocking scheme he will be a major threat.
        If gilbride ever gets his head out of his behind and uses him more, to the point that D's are not
        100% sure it is going to be a run, Wilson will also be a huge checkdown threat. Easily could have been
        in the flats on Eli's supposed intentional grounding (yet another penalty that could be called
        10 times a game, but was only called on us) and gone 40 yards.

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        • Originally posted by giantsforce View Post
          And you make an excellent homer. I'd bet you are still waiting for Ron Dayne to develop.
          Get outta here with this cr@p.. Now you're comparing Wilson, a rookie with how many carries? to Ron Dayne? You make an excellent Mo... short for moron. You gotta be kidding. Wilson has not had much of a chance, but you "fans" are already trashing him. Unreal around here sometimes.
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          • RF, we did not "lay an egg" we had some good offense and held the foreskins to 17 points.

            We had some bad breaks, and too many penalties. But in no way did we "lay an egg".

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            • RON DAYNE LOLOLOL Who even thought it was remotely appropriate to bring up the biggest Heisman-winning NFL bust in recent memory??

              ron dayne....lol

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              • Originally posted by TickleMeEli View Post
                RF, we did not "lay an egg" we had some good offense and held the foreskins to 17 points.

                We had some bad breaks, and too many penalties. But in no way did we "lay an egg".
                I disagree.....you have the Giants with a very good passing game and the second fewest penallties in the NFL. So they go up against the 31st ranked defense vs the pass in the NFL and only score 16 points and have more penalties called then in any other game...
                THAT is laying an egg.....
                BTW....if they win this DIVISION game they put a huge lead up......
                "Measure Twice......Cut Once"
                You couldn't be more full of **** if you were break dancing in a Port-a-Potty.......Kruunch

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                • Originally posted by GameTime View Post
                  I disagree.....you have the Giants with a very good passing game and the second fewest penallties in the NFL. So they go up against the 31st ranked defense vs the pass in the NFL and only score 16 points and have more penalties called then in any other game...
                  THAT is laying an egg.....
                  BTW....if they win this DIVISION game they put a huge lead up......
                  I respecfully disagree.

                  NFCE math-ups are often independent of statistics. One team could be 10-1, the other 1-10 and you will likely have a darn competitive game.

                  So, losing by 1 single point, is laying an egg? Na, dont think so.

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                  • Originally posted by giantsfan420 View Post
                    and lumpkin didnt even pass protect when he came in he ran routes, wtf, why couldnt we have used wilson there?
                    That bugged me. The guy was unemployed days before the game, yet still managed to get on the field over a #1 pick.

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                    • Originally posted by TickleMeEli View Post
                      I respecfully disagree.

                      NFCE math-ups are often independent of statistics. One team could be 10-1, the other 1-10 and you will likely have a darn competitive game.

                      So, losing by 1 single point, is laying an egg? Na, dont think so.
                      Losing by one point is not laying egg if you were solidly beat. But the Giants left 11 points on the field and should have gotten even more. The offense stunk.......but we all have our own points of veiw....
                      "Measure Twice......Cut Once"
                      You couldn't be more full of **** if you were break dancing in a Port-a-Potty.......Kruunch

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                      • Originally posted by giantsfan420 View Post
                        and lumpkin didnt even pass protect when he came in he ran routes, wtf, why couldnt we have used wilson there?
                        Maybe they wanted to see what they have in Lumpkin
                        “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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                        • Originally posted by RoanokeFan View Post
                          Maybe they wanted to see what they have in Lumpkin
                          They're more interested in seeing what they have in a journeyman they scooped out of the bargain bin than the guy they selected in the first round of this year's draft?

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                          • Originally posted by GameTime View Post
                            Losing by one point is not laying egg if you were solidly beat. But the Giants left 11 points on the field and should have gotten even more. The offense stunk.......but we all have our own points of veiw....
                            I am not one of those "we beat ourselves" people. This game was like a perfect storm in sense: Zak DeOssi, Steve Weatherford, and Lawrence Tynes have been the ONE consistent aspect of the team that was reliable ALL OF THE TIME. So they line up for what should have been a given 2 points and WHAM, DeOssie messes up the snap. It happens, the loss isn't on him.

                            Penalties. We were (maybe still are) one of the least penalized teams in the NFL. Inexplicably, we amass more than 100 yards of penalties on offense and special teams. Wilson gets us to the 50 and it's called back due to a penalty. We are driving down the field, everything is clicking, we have the Redskins right where we want them, penalty.

                            As much as I think RG III is a unique player, he's not unbeatable nor are the Redskins. We beat them once and we should have beaten them a second time but we didn't. No sour grapes, we lost the game. BUT, we can win any game we are in with them or anyone else left on our schedule.

                            Time to put on the big boy panties and play as though we wanted to be in control of our own destiny.
                            “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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                            • Originally posted by Flip Empty View Post
                              They're more interested in seeing what they have in a journeyman they scooped out of the bargain bin than the guy they selected in the first round of this year's draft?
                              They already know where Wilson is
                              “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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                              • Originally posted by TickleMeEli View Post
                                RF, we did not "lay an egg" we had some good offense and held the foreskins to 17 points.

                                We had some bad breaks, and too many penalties. But in no way did we "lay an egg".
                                It's a figure of speech
                                “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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