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    NY Post article

  • #2
    Re: Nicks TD drop - he lost the ball in the sun

    Even if he caught the ball and scored, I don't think it would of mattered because the defense didn't make a stop all day.

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    • #3
      Re: Nicks TD drop - he lost the ball in the sun

      [quote user="JacksGiant76"]Even if he caught the ball and scored, I don't think it would of mattered because the defense didn't make a stop all day.
      [/quote]Thats total bs in a nutshell, that would have set a tempo for the rest of the game! sorry jack but you are WRONG! We could have built off that play, but the sun was actually in his eyes and we should have tried same play to other side of the field imo.
      "KILL'EM ALL AND LET THE PARAMEDICS SORT'EM OUT!"

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      • #4
        Re: Nicks TD drop - he lost the ball in the sun

        As Chris Carter said, when the sun's in your eyes, look for the dark spot and go get it, that's the ball.

        The elite receivers dont drop walk-in-the-park TDs....

        if Nicks wants to be in that class, he has to make that catch no ifs ands or buts...

        Nicks is a great receiver, but he's not an elite one yet and until he manages to cut out those mistakes, he won't be considered one.

        Potential is definitely there though, the guy has spectacular play-making ability.
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        • #5
          Re: Nicks TD drop - he lost the ball in the sun

          Didn't he make this same excuse earlier in the season? If its that big of a deal wear a visor.

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          • #6
            Re: Nicks TD drop - he lost the ball in the sun

            [quote user="GiantWarfare"]As Chris Carter said, when the sun's in your eyes, look for the dark spot and go get it, that's the ball.

            The elite receivers dont drop walk-in-the-park TDs....

            if Nicks wants to be in that class, he has to make that catch no ifs ands or buts...

            Nicks is a great receiver, but he's not an elite one yet and until he manages to cut out those mistakes, he won't be considered one.

            Potential is definitely there though, the guy has spectacular play-making ability.
            [/quote]

            do elite receivers drop balls while carrying them into the endzone in playoff games?



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            • #7
              Re: Nicks TD drop - he lost the ball in the sun

              [quote user="YA***tle1962"][quote user="GiantWarfare"]As Chris Carter said, when the sun's in your eyes, look for the dark spot and go get it, that's the ball.

              The elite receivers dont drop walk-in-the-park TDs....

              if Nicks wants to be in that class, he has to make that catch no ifs ands or buts...

              Nicks is a great receiver, but he's not an elite one yet and until he manages to cut out those mistakes, he won't be considered one.

              Potential is definitely there though, the guy has spectacular play-making ability.
              [/quote]

              do elite receivers drop balls while carrying them into the endzone in playoff games?[/quote]

              lol...they dont drop wide open walk-in TDs that's for sure.

              BTW I'm a Nicks guy but my whole spiel is basically, if he wants to be considered as one of the very best at his position (thats Fitz/AJ/Megatron territory) he has to be more consistent in catching the ball.

              Same goes for Cruz.
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              • #8
                Re: Nicks TD drop - he lost the ball in the sun

                [quote user="GiantWarfare"][quote user="YA***tle1962"][quote user="GiantWarfare"]As Chris Carter said, when the sun's in your eyes, look for the dark spot and go get it, that's the ball.

                The elite receivers dont drop walk-in-the-park TDs....

                if Nicks wants to be in that class, he has to make that catch no ifs ands or buts...

                Nicks is a great receiver, but he's not an elite one yet and until he manages to cut out those mistakes, he won't be considered one.

                Potential is definitely there though, the guy has spectacular play-making ability.
                [/quote]

                do elite receivers drop balls while carrying them into the endzone in playoff games?[/quote]

                lol...they dont drop wide open walk-in TDs that's for sure.

                BTW I'm a Nicks guy but my whole spiel is basically, if he wants to be considered as one of the very best at his position (thats Fitz/AJ/Megatron territory) he has to be more consistent in catching the ball.

                Same goes for Cruz.
                [/quote]

                do you know the receiver and game im referring to

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                • #9
                  Re: Nicks TD drop - he lost the ball in the sun

                  [quote user="YA***tle1962"][quote user="GiantWarfare"][quote user="YA***tle1962"][quote user="GiantWarfare"]As Chris Carter said, when the sun's in your eyes, look for the dark spot and go get it, that's the ball.

                  The elite receivers dont drop walk-in-the-park TDs....

                  if Nicks wants to be in that class, he has to make that catch no ifs ands or buts...

                  Nicks is a great receiver, but he's not an elite one yet and until he manages to cut out those mistakes, he won't be considered one.

                  Potential is definitely there though, the guy has spectacular play-making ability.
                  [/quote]

                  do elite receivers drop balls while carrying them into the endzone in playoff games?[/quote]

                  lol...they dont drop wide open walk-in TDs that's for sure.

                  BTW I'm a Nicks guy but my whole spiel is basically, if he wants to be considered as one of the very best at his position (thats Fitz/AJ/Megatron territory) he has to be more consistent in catching the ball.

                  Same goes for Cruz.
                  [/quote]

                  do you know the receiver and game im referring to[/quote]

                  not sure, would guess TO
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                  • #10
                    Re: Nicks TD drop - he lost the ball in the sun

                    Have to make that catch..

                    Giants fan since the early 80s

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                    • #11
                      Re: Nicks TD drop - he lost the ball in the sun

                      [quote user="GiantWarfare"][quote user="YA***tle1962"][quote user="GiantWarfare"][quote user="YA***tle1962"][quote user="GiantWarfare"]As Chris Carter said, when the sun's in your eyes, look for the dark spot and go get it, that's the ball.

                      The elite receivers dont drop walk-in-the-park TDs....

                      if Nicks wants to be in that class, he has to make that catch no ifs ands or buts...

                      Nicks is a great receiver, but he's not an elite one yet and until he manages to cut out those mistakes, he won't be considered one.

                      Potential is definitely there though, the guy has spectacular play-making ability.
                      [/quote]

                      do elite receivers drop balls while carrying them into the endzone in playoff games?[/quote]

                      lol...they dont drop wide open walk-in TDs that's for sure.

                      BTW I'm a Nicks guy but my whole spiel is basically, if he wants to be considered as one of the very best at his position (thats Fitz/AJ/Megatron territory) he has to be more consistent in catching the ball.

                      Same goes for Cruz.
                      [/quote]

                      do you know the receiver and game im referring to[/quote]

                      not sure, would guess TO
                      [/quote]

                      Jerry Rice...playoff game vs Giants

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                      • #12
                        Re: Nicks TD drop - he lost the ball in the sun

                        [quote user="GiantWarfare"]As Chris Carter said, when the sun's in your eyes, look for the dark spot and go get it, that's the ball.

                        The elite receivers dont drop walk-in-the-park TDs....

                        if Nicks wants to be in that class, he has to make that catch no ifs ands or buts...

                        Nicks is a great receiver, but he's not an elite one yet and until he manages to cut out those mistakes, he won't be considered one.

                        Potential is definitely there though, the guy has spectacular play-making ability.
                        [/quote]

                        cris carter is a ****** and plenty of WRs have had drops like that - including Jerry Rice...

                        it was an awful drop but lets not be dramatic
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                        • #13
                          Re: Nicks TD drop - he lost the ball in the sun

                          [quote user="YA***tle1962"][quote user="GiantWarfare"][quote user="YA***tle1962"][quote user="GiantWarfare"][quote user="YA***tle1962"][quote user="GiantWarfare"]As Chris Carter said, when the sun's in your eyes, look for the dark spot and go get it, that's the ball.

                          The elite receivers dont drop walk-in-the-park TDs....

                          if Nicks wants to be in that class, he has to make that catch no ifs ands or buts...

                          Nicks is a great receiver, but he's not an elite one yet and until he manages to cut out those mistakes, he won't be considered one.

                          Potential is definitely there though, the guy has spectacular play-making ability.
                          [/quote]

                          do elite receivers drop balls while carrying them into the endzone in playoff games?[/quote]

                          lol...they dont drop wide open walk-in TDs that's for sure.

                          BTW I'm a Nicks guy but my whole spiel is basically, if he wants to be considered as one of the very best at his position (thats Fitz/AJ/Megatron territory) he has to be more consistent in catching the ball.

                          Same goes for Cruz.
                          [/quote]

                          do you know the receiver and game im referring to[/quote]

                          not sure, would guess TO
                          [/quote]

                          Jerry Rice...playoff game vs Giants[/quote]

                          lol had a gut feeling it would've been him but I went w/ TO.

                          I get your point...I do but all I'm saying is, too often for my tastes have I seen Nicks drop some rather routine catches and that he needs to limit that, especially in big-time moments.

                          Rice is considered the very best at his position because he had one of the best work ethics out there, and his mental focus was legendary. His desire to improve and fine tune his craft made up for whatever he lacked in the athleticism department. Rice was never considered the best out the very gate, he worked to earn that status.

                          So, sure Nicks can improve and become an elite receiver and I'm sure he has what it takes between the ears to do so, but I don't think he's elite yet, he's in the tier right under as of this moment.

                          We are speaking as of right now...who knows what the future holds.

                          I'm not that troll who called Nicks "incompetent" in another thread, just that he needs to be more consistent.

                          Is that not a valid remark?
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                          • #14
                            Re: Nicks TD drop - he lost the ball in the sun

                            if we had a TD for every BS excuse made this year we'd be world champions on February.

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                            • #15
                              Re: Nicks TD drop - he lost the ball in the sun

                              [quote user="GiantWarfare"][quote user="YA***tle1962"][quote user="GiantWarfare"][quote user="YA***tle1962"][quote user="GiantWarfare"][quote user="YA***tle1962"][quote user="GiantWarfare"]As Chris Carter said, when the sun's in your eyes, look for the dark spot and go get it, that's the ball.

                              The elite receivers dont drop walk-in-the-park TDs....

                              if Nicks wants to be in that class, he has to make that catch no ifs ands or buts...

                              Nicks is a great receiver, but he's not an elite one yet and until he manages to cut out those mistakes, he won't be considered one.

                              Potential is definitely there though, the guy has spectacular play-making ability.
                              [/quote]

                              do elite receivers drop balls while carrying them into the endzone in playoff games?[/quote]

                              lol...they dont drop wide open walk-in TDs that's for sure.

                              BTW I'm a Nicks guy but my whole spiel is basically, if he wants to be considered as one of the very best at his position (thats Fitz/AJ/Megatron territory) he has to be more consistent in catching the ball.

                              Same goes for Cruz.
                              [/quote]

                              do you know the receiver and game im referring to[/quote]

                              not sure, would guess TO
                              [/quote]

                              Jerry Rice...playoff game vs Giants[/quote]

                              lol had a gut feeling it would've been him but I went w/ TO.

                              I get your point...I do but all I'm saying is, too often for my tastes have I seen Nicks drop some rather routine catches and that he needs to limit that, especially in big-time moments.

                              Rice is considered the very best at his position because he had one of the best work ethics out there, and his mental focus was legendary. His desire to improve and fine tune his craft made up for whatever he lacked in the athleticism department. Rice was never considered the best out the very gate, he worked to earn that status.

                              So, sure Nicks can improve and become an elite receiver and I'm sure he has what it takes between the ears to do so, but I don't think he's elite yet, he's in the tier right under as of this moment.

                              We are speaking as of right now...who knows what the future holds.

                              I'm not that troll who called Nicks "incompetent" in another thread, just that he needs to be more consistent.

                              Is that not a valid remark?
                              [/quote]

                              valid

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