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  • Who had the most TD receptions this year Randle or Nicks?

    Does anyone out there know the answer? I know Randle only was a spot player but would like to know.
    Also how many games did Randle play vs Nicks this season?
    Last question. Can Randle make us forget about the Manningham or is he lacking speed & agility like Barden.

    NRC has a nice ring to it. Nicks/Randle/Cruz...... poor ole Ramses Barden guess he's the next Sr. Moss huh? hmmmmm..

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    Both tied for 3 TDs. I think Randle is gonna be a nice player for us moving forward. Hopefully we can retain Nicks' services for the foreseeable future as well. Teams will struggle mightily against us if we have 3 top WRs.
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    • #3
      Nicks being hurt all year really hurt the offense. When he is healthy he is unstoppable.(Third best playoff performance for a WR all time last year) Well, he has a nice long time to get healthy now. I agree Randle is a very nice player. I can only hope he spends the offseason living in Eli's basement sponging up as much as he can. With a healthy Nicks on one side, Randle on the other and Cruz in the slot the Giants are very dangerous.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by rtlax View Post
        Nicks being hurt all year really hurt the offense. When he is healthy he is unstoppable.(Third best playoff performance for a WR all time last year) Well, he has a nice long time to get healthy now. I agree Randle is a very nice player. I can only hope he spends the offseason living in Eli's basement sponging up as much as he can. With a healthy Nicks on one side, Randle on the other and Cruz in the slot the Giants are very dangerous.
        Will he or will he not be as good as Manningham? That's the $64,000 dollar questions. Does he have the speed of a Manningham or is he more like Nicks?

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        • #5
          Randle's 2nd year is gonna be big.. kind of like Nick's 2nd

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          • #6
            Originally posted by gmen0820 View Post
            Both tied for 3 TDs. I think Randle is gonna be a nice player for us moving forward. Hopefully we can retain Nicks' services for the foreseeable future as well. Teams will struggle mightily against us if we have 3 top WRs.
            Are you telling me that Nicks only caught 3 mesily TD passes in 16 regular season games? No wonder the Giants didn't make the playoffs this year. That's pothetic. He was a one year wonder I guess.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by jakegibbs View Post
              Does anyone out there know the answer? I know Randle only was a spot player but would like to know.
              Also how many games did Randle play vs Nicks this season?
              Last question. Can Randle make us forget about the Manningham or is he lacking speed & agility like Barden.

              NRC has a nice ring to it. Nicks/Randle/Cruz...... poor ole Ramses Barden guess he's the next Sr. Moss huh? hmmmmm..
              Be careful, you are saying something half decent about Manningham. The vulchers and Hixon lovers are going to attack and tell you that Hixon out performed MM this year.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by jakegibbs View Post
                Are you telling me that Nicks only caught 3 mesily TD passes in 16 regular season games? No wonder the Giants didn't make the playoffs this year. That's pothetic. He was a one year wonder I guess.
                Thirteen regular season games. Regardless, Nicks struggled mightily this year.

                Far from a one year wonder though.

                Rookie: 800 yards

                Next two seasons: consecutive 1000 yard seasons, and a dominant post season in 2011.

                This year: injured and ineffictive.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by jakegibbs View Post
                  Will he or will he not be as good as Manningham? That's the $64,000 dollar questions. Does he have the speed of a Manningham or is he more like Nicks?
                  More like Nicks I believe. For what its worth, Randle's 40 time was slightly better than Manningham's. Then again if Randle can handle route running better than Manningham he'll easily be better. Note how Manningham didn't surpass his totals from last year.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by jakegibbs View Post
                    Are you telling me that Nicks only caught 3 mesily TD passes in 16 regular season games? No wonder the Giants didn't make the playoffs this year. That's pothetic. He was a one year wonder I guess.
                    not bad considering how hurt he was. Im, suprized he made it on the field at all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111111
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                    • #11
                      Doesn't matter who we have, our system takes too long for plays to develop. Without a decent Oline we will struggle. Either we build a Oline or we design some short high percentage plays.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by DarkSaint View Post
                        Doesn't matter who we have, our system takes too long for plays to develop.
                        Which is a direct result from WRs that struggled getting open this year, an area that our receivers routinely did last year.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by jakegibbs View Post
                          Are you telling me that Nicks only caught 3 mesily TD passes in 16 regular season games? No wonder the Giants didn't make the playoffs this year. That's pothetic. He was a one year wonder I guess.
                          At least spell PATHETIC right....before you decide to bash....lol
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                          • #14
                            Right, why couldn't they get open? The Oline couldn't buy time for them to run their routes properly. So our system should have plays to compensate for this but we don't. The coaches refused to use the hurry up even though it was shown to work even in the games the offense struggled because of a weak Oline.

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                            • #15
                              Randle is going to be a far better reciever than Manningam, his physical skills are better and he seems to grasp the system better already.

                              Hakeem Nicks was put on the field when he was too injured to play, a real problem for this team. During those late season games that we needed to win, Nicks was so ineffective that Cruz was constantly receiving extra attention. I agree when Nicks comes back healthy, the Randle, Nicks, Cruz trio will be incredible.

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