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  • Our d-line is injured, that is all.

    All of a sudden you guys want to trade the guys who won us two superbowls? Dudes are playing injured and we have a defensive coordinator who is scared to blitz to get the d-line one-on-one matchups.

    Actually, opposing teams are having their running back immediately chip our defensive ends, if you look closely, you'll see they don't even look inside for the blitz. When Fewell does decide to blitz Blackburn, he gets in untouched. Fewell needs to blitz more while playing more man coverage. To me it makes more sense than rushing four, giving a qb five seconds to throw, and giving up a play for over 30yrds. I would rather give up 30 yds on a blitz than give up 30yds dropping seven men in coverage.

    Last grip:

    1. where is the rush up the middle?

    2. where is the running game?
    Originally posted by PennState1
    In and around the end zone and on crucial plays, the ball should go to one of our 3 receivers and no one else if at all possible.

  • #2
    Tuck is softer than Ice Cream, that dude is just so done. He can't even beat single coverage.
    Osi doesn't have any technique except over rush, he might get a strip sack once in a while..but other than that. These guys are done.
    Mood: WOOF!

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    • #3
      At this point there is no defending Tuck. Had a poor season last year and admitted he considered retirement and this season he has been non existent. Its at the point where the Giants pass rush might improve if he is unable to play this weekend. He is done.

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      • #4
        We have an average Dline that's the fact. All the teams in the league want pass rushers, we no longer have that "dominant pass rush" like we did in the past.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Coach Carter View Post
          All of a sudden you guys want to trade the guys who won us two superbowls? Dudes are playing injured and we have a defensive coordinator who is scared to blitz to get the d-line one-on-one matchups.

          Actually, opposing teams are having their running back immediately chip our defensive ends, if you look closely, you'll see they don't even look inside for the blitz. When Fewell does decide to blitz Blackburn, he gets in untouched. Fewell needs to blitz more while playing more man coverage. To me it makes more sense than rushing four, giving a qb five seconds to throw, and giving up a play for over 30yrds. I would rather give up 30 yds on a blitz than give up 30yds dropping seven men in coverage.

          Last grip:

          1. where is the rush up the middle?

          2. where is the running game?
          Agree> Where's the blitz. Fewell predictable on the D, Gillbride predictable on the O.

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          • #6
            I am as down in the dumps about our recent performances as most of you. However, no matter how bad things look right now, we are NY Giants and we still control our destiny. This is an organization that is full of legacy and pride and I know our current guys have what it takes and I am confident they find it and let it all out.Go Big Blue!

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            • #7
              The offense as even bigger problems.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Buddy333 View Post
                The offense as even bigger problems.
                Good old buddy.

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                • #9
                  I can't wait till the D comes out puts a pick 6 up on the board, get 5 sacks and gives up 6 points all day. What then, grasshopper?

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                  • #10
                    The league is geared for scoring. There is only one dominant defense in the league and even he are not even lose to being the 2000 Ravens. The Giants biggest problem is their offense. In a scoring league he put up field goals when other teams score TD's.

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                    • #11
                      I am so sick and tired of making excuses for this d-line:

                      Osi is a one-trick pony. Excellent at the strip sack, but stinks against the run and is too inconsistent.

                      Tuck is past his prime or lost his desire.

                      Canty blows. I love JR, but he made a HUUUGGGGGEEEE MISTAKE in not keeping Cofield instead of Canty. Canty and Cofield make the same money per year, and Canty's contract with the Giants was for 1 year more than Cofield's with the 'skins. Tired of some people calling Canty out as a "beast." Guy has like 2 good games a year and people call him a beast. And that's only when he's healthy.

                      Joseph is pretty good, but not great. He's not a problem, but he's not good enough to make up for Tuck, Osi and Canty stinking up the joint.

                      JPP is having a down year, but lets see what he does next year before passing judgement on him. Guy did have a fantastic year last year. I do get worried that he may be lazy, as if things came too easily for him so early on.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by JJC7301 View Post
                        I am so sick and tired of making excuses for this d-line:

                        Osi is a one-trick pony. Excellent at the strip sack, but stinks against the run and is too inconsistent.

                        Tuck is past his prime or lost his desire.

                        Canty blows. I love JR, but he made a HUUUGGGGGEEEE MISTAKE in not keeping Cofield instead of Canty. Canty and Cofield make the same money per year, and Canty's contract with the Giants was for 1 year more than Cofield's with the 'skins. Tired of some people calling Canty out as a "beast." Guy has like 2 good games a year and people call him a beast. And that's only when he's healthy.

                        Joseph is pretty good, but not great. He's not a problem, but he's not good enough to make up for Tuck, Osi and Canty stinking up the joint.

                        JPP is having a down year, but lets see what he does next year before passing judgement on him. Guy did have a fantastic year last year. I do get worried that he may be lazy, as if things came too easily for him so early on.
                        JPP is actually playing better than last year. He is dominant against the run but a little less productive in the pass rushing area. Sacks numbers don't equal pass rush efficiency. The entire dline around him sucks *** otherwise the numbers would be there.

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                        • #13
                          Make no mistake, last year was all Eli. We had no business being near the playoffs, Eli brought us there. That Defense and run game were terrible all throughout the season.

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                          • #14
                            Let's just wait and see If they get up for this game Sunday. Granted the Atlanta game was terrible but this defense has absolutely dismantled some good teams this year...

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Buddy333 View Post
                              The league is geared for scoring. There is only one dominant defense in the league and even he are not even lose to being the 2000 Ravens. The Giants biggest problem is their offense. In a scoring league he put up field goals when other teams score TD's.
                              I think you need to put your words in Word to have spell check available..

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