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  • #16
    Originally posted by dakotajoe View Post
    It demonstrates an amazing athletic ability for his size. Anyone with that type of athletic ability at that age should have no excuse for being anything other than well conditioned. I'm just surprised if Coughlin really said that, that's all.
    Yeah it shows he has athletic ability I agree, but that has nothing to do with condition especially considering that was what over two years ago now? That being said I don't think it will be an issue I think Coughlin is just trying to motive our guys which is much needed.

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    • #17
      he gained weight last year... he was also doubled teamed alot last year
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      • #18
        Originally posted by ShakeandBake View Post
        Yeah it shows he has athletic ability I agree, but that has nothing to do with condition especially considering that was what over two years ago now? That being said I don't think it will be an issue I think Coughlin is just trying to motive our guys which is much needed.
        they played flat as hell some games they could use a real leader... someone like M Strahan would be nice ....

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        • #19
          they mentioned that a few times during the season. Even Fewel eluded to that when JPP had to taker a bigger role when Tuck was hurt. mentioned all the extra plays was taking its toll on him later in the games.
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          • #20
            If thats the case, then you can blaim the performance of the entire defense on conditioning. We went down this road a few years ago too, Coughlin brought in new conditioning specialists, and it actually helped the following season. Perhaps thats why Rolle is still on the roster, and Tuck for that matter.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by ryan12 View Post
              he gained weight last year... he was also doubled teamed alot last year
              A lot yes.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by dakotajoe View Post
                A 23-24 year old pro athlete who can do 25 back-flips in a row has conditioning issues? ugh....Coughlin stating that is very uncomplimentary to JPP.
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                • #23
                  Originally posted by byron View Post
                  they played flat as hell some games they could use a real leader... someone like M Strahan would be nice ....
                  Yeah its pathetic that he had to come back twice last year to try and motivate these guys

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                  • #24
                    I think him and Cruz had wake up calls last year after killing it in 2011 and winning it all. Hopefully they are ready to dominate again in 2013.

                    Eli also looked like he was not in great "condition". His ARM looked tired a bunch. Probably the short offseason after winning the superbowl.
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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by ShakeandBake View Post
                      What does the ability to do 25 back flips in a row have to do with being able to play hard for the full 60minutes each week?
                      I believe he was hinting toward his God given ability.
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                      • #26
                        If Coughlin said it then it is true, The man is a no b.s. individual. Kind of worrisome if you ask me.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Cloud57 View Post
                          JPP is becoming lazy

                          JPP looked great in the probowl, I hope he continue to play like that in the regular season
                          I would not take his Pro Bowl play as an indicator because many players go half speed...

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by NWKEffectElement View Post
                            I believe he was hinting toward his God given ability.
                            Yes we know he is athletic, doesn't necessarily mean he has been keeping up with his conditioning

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                            • #29
                              I hope he'll be back in shape this year. He's young. I think he, and perhaps the team in general, partied too hard.
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                              • #30
                                The defense needs a leader that can light a fire under their collective asses. If Tuck is that leader, how much gravitas can he possibly muster in the huddle when everyone acknowledges that even his production fell off last year?
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