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  • Something fun to see: NY GIANTS ROSTER 10 YEARS AGO

    10 Years ago! Pre-Eli!

    Who were your favorite players? Who did you not like? Who did you think would be the next coach or starting QB of the future?

    HC Jim Fassel

    GIANTS 2003 ROSTER
    No Name Pos Ht Wt Age Exp College
    74 Allen, Ian T 41429 320 24 R Purdue
    21 Barber, Tiki RB 41404 200 28 7 Virginia
    58 Barrow, Mike LB 41427 245 33 11 Miami
    67 Bober, Chris C 41430 310 27 4 Nebraska-Omaha
    8 Bryant, Matt K 41403 191 28 2 Baylor
    13 Cash, Ataveus WR 41426 205 24 1 Howard
    31 Charlton, Ike CB 36678 204 26 4 Virginia Tech
    39 Clark, Ryan S 41405 192 24 2 Lousiana State
    5 Collins, Kerry QB 41430 248 31 9 Penn State
    57 Dach, Carson LS 41426 253 23 R Eastern Michigan
    27 Dayne, Ron RB 41404 250 25 4 Wisconsin
    66 Diehl, David G 41430 310 23 R Illinois
    89 Dinkins, Darnell TE 41428 234 26 2 Pittsburgh
    10 Feagles, Jeff P 41426 211 37 16 Miami
    95 Ferrara, Frank DE 41428 280 28 3 Rhode Island
    20 Finn, Jim FB 36678 242 27 4 Pennsylvania
    17 Garrett, Jason QB 41427 200 37 11 Princeton
    29 Green, Ray CB 41428 190 26 4 South Carolina
    54 Greisen, Nick LB 41426 242 24 2 Wisconsin
    97 Griffin, Cornelius DT 41428 300 27 4 Alabama
    75 Hamilton, Keith DT 41431 295 32 12 Pittsburgh
    37 Harris, Johnnie S 36678 210 31 5 Mississippi State
    76 Hatch, Jeff T 41431 302 24 2 Pennsylvania
    88 Hilliard, Ike WR 41405 205 27 7 Florida
    55 Jones, Dhani LB 41426 240 25 4 Michigan
    94 Joseph, William DT 41430 303 24 R Miami
    33 Joyce, Delvin RB 41401 181 25 2 James Madison
    35 LeBlanc, Clarence S 41428 200 26 1 LSU
    70 Legree, Lance DT 41426 300 26 3 Notre Dame
    28 Levens, Dorsey RB 41426 230 33 10 Georgia Tech
    59 Lewis, Kevin LB 41426 230 25 4 Duke
    44 McGee, Tony TE 41429 241 32 11 Michigan
    30 Mitchell, Brian RB 41405 221 35 14 Southwestern La
    93 Monk, Quincy LB 41428 250 24 2 UNC
    3 Palmer, Jesse QB 41427 225 25 3 Florida
    63 Peters, Scott C R Arizona State
    87 Ponder, Willie WR 36678 202 23 R SE Missouri St
    83 Rivers, Marcellus TE 41429 255 25 3 Oklahoma State
    73 Roehl, Jeff T 41429 303 23 R Northwestern
    26 Serwanga, Kato CB 36678 201 27 5 California
    82 Shiancoe, Visanthe TE 41429 251 23 R Morgan State
    80 Shockey, Jeremy TE 41430 252 23 2 Miami
    53 Short, Brandon LB 41428 253 26 4 Penn State
    68 Smith, Omar C 41427 296 26 2 Kentucky
    34 Stephens, Reggie CB 41403 194 28 1 Rutgers
    23 Stoutmire, Omar S 41405 203 29 7 Fresno State
    92 Strahan, Michael DE 41430 275 32 11 Texas Southern
    81 Toomer, Amani WR 41428 208 29 8 Michigan
    85 Tyree, David WR 36678 200 24 R Syracuse
    72 Umenyiora, Osi DE 41428 278 23 R Troy State
    41 Walker, Frank CB 41404 193 23 R Tuskegee
    99 Washington, Keith DE 41429 275 31 9 UNLV
    Injured Reserve
    No Name Pos Ht Wt Age Exp College
    25 Allen, Will CB 41404 195 25 3 Syracuse
    22 Brown, Ralph CB 41404 185 25 4 Nebraska
    84 Carter, Tim WR 41405 190 24 2 Auburn
    2 Hollis, Mike K 41401 178 31 9 Idaho
    90 Holmes, Kenny DE 41429 265 30 7 Miami (FL)
    91 Kuehl, Ryan LS 41430 290 31 7 Virginia
    62 Lucier, Wayne C 41428 301 24 R Colorado
    51 Mallard, Wesly LB 41426 221 25 2 Oregon
    24 Peterson, William CB 36678 200 24 3 Western Illinois
    77 Petitgout, Luke T 41431 310 27 5 Notre Dame
    69 Seubert, Rich G 41430 305 24 3 Western Illinois
    36 Williams, Shaun S 41427 217 27 6 UCLA
    Practice Squad
    No Name Pos Ht Wt Age Exp College
    18 Hoag, Ryan WR 1
    71 Lockhart, Radell DE 41427 267 24 1 Catawba
    60 Meredith, Dion T R Morris Brown
    64 O'Connor, Sean G 41429 299 25 1 Syracuse
    47 Pearson, Kalvin CB 36678 200 R
    Physically Unable to Perform
    No Name Pos Ht Wt Age Exp College
    86 Dixon, Ron WR 36678 190 27 4 Lambuth
    Life is like a Giants game, you never know what you are going to get.

  • #2
    Ryan Clark is the one who got away..

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    • #3
      Tim Carter on the IR, NO WAY! lol. Also seeing Will Allen and Will Peterson on the IR after what the Giants invested in them had to hurt. Frank Walker was a starter I believe. I dont even remember the other 4 CBs, lol.
      Life is like a Giants game, you never know what you are going to get.

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      • #4
        Under Accorsi we seldom developed good young players and to be honest if you made it into the practice squad you were only cannon fodder. Not to mention you had no prayer of being given a chance unless you were drafted by the Giants and high. I feel under Reese we can get good players from anywhere at any time. And that is the recipe for a healthy organization. See Stevie Brown for instance. Or Ahmad Bradshaw.

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        • #5
          Wow, I really forgot about a lot of those guys

          They were the days of the Jeff Hatch experiment. I'm not sure he ever got on the field in a real game, did he? LOL

          Shaun Williams was a beast against the run, and yeah, Ryan Clark definitely got away.
          The fact that an opinion has been widely held is no evidence whatever that it is not utterly absurd - Bertrand Russell

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          • #6
            Funny seeing Jason Garrett on a Giants roster...
            #80

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            • #7
              Originally posted by nhpgiantsfan View Post
              Funny seeing Jason Garrett on a Giants roster...
              HA! Here is a funny story on Jason Garrett:
              http://www.dallasnews.com/sports/dal...urant-pool.ece

              Life is like a Giants game, you never know what you are going to get.

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              • #8
                Weird to see Dinkens on that list. Now he's a coworker of mine haha

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by TheAnalyst View Post
                  HA! Here is a funny story on Jason Garrett:
                  http://www.dallasnews.com/sports/dal...urant-pool.ece

                  AHHHHHHHH IT BURNS US

                  I'm Commander Shepard, and this is my favorite team in the NFL.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by BROADWAYSTORM View Post
                    Under Accorsi we seldom developed good young players and to be honest if you made it into the practice squad you were only cannon fodder. Not to mention you had no prayer of being given a chance unless you were drafted by the Giants and high. I feel under Reese we can get good players from anywhere at any time. And that is the recipe for a healthy organization. See Stevie Brown for instance. Or Ahmad Bradshaw.
                    That's because EA rated having physical talent higher than having it all together in your head. That's how you ended up with guys like Shockey, Tiki, and Osi. Reese is much more likely to take on a physical project than a mental one... it's just that the projects that go south for Reese we just tend to think of as bad players but otherwise nice people (Austin, Barden, Scott, Dodge)... guys that didn't develop properly in the head that got drafted by EA still played because of their physical talent, but were just all-around jerkasses and/or divas, especially in the Fassel years (before TC arrived to restore discipline)...
                    Last edited by Toadofsteel; 07-11-2013, 09:18 PM.

                    I'm Commander Shepard, and this is my favorite team in the NFL.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Toadofsteel View Post
                      That's because EA rated having physical talent higher than having it all together in your head. That's how you ended up with guys like Shockey, Tiki, and Osi. Reese is much more likely to take on a physical project than a mental one... it's just that the projects that go south for Reese we just tend to think of as bad players but otherwise nice people (Austin, Barden, Scott, Dodge)... guys that didn't develop properly in the head that got drafted by EA still played because of their physical talent, but were just all-around jerkasses and/or divas, especially in the Fassel years (before TC arrived to restore discipline)...
                      EA almost always missed on first round talent, except Eli. William Joseph? Ron Dayne? Shockey at 6? Will Allen? Shawn Williams? Ike Hilliard? Cedric Jones? Petitgout? That kind of stuff gets you fired. He did manage better later on though with guys like Osi, Snee, Tuck, Kiwi, Jacobs, and hiring Coughlin.
                      Life is like a Giants game, you never know what you are going to get.

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                      • #12
                        17 Garrett, Jason QB 41427 200 37 11 Princeton
                        We should have put him on the blimp when we had the chance.

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                        • #13
                          Crazy that I remember most of those names. Only because me and my buddy would go up to Albany 02-04 and would stay up late the night before memorizing names, numbers, and headshots so when guys passed we knew who they were no matter what and could get autographs. Pathetic and creepy? Of course it was but hey I was 13.

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                          • #14
                            This brings back some memories. Talk about a swing and a miss with William Joseph, guy couldn’t play if his life depended on it.
                            Big fan of Barrow, was happy when we got him from Carolina and he teamed up with former Miami U teammate Jessie Armstead.
                            How can we forget Frank Walker, guy was good for 3 pass interference penalties a game.
                            Will Allen and Will Peterson, those two were supposed to be our corners for the next decade. Oops…

                            Giants fan since the early 80s

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Die-Hard View Post
                              Wow, I really forgot about a lot of those guys

                              They were the days of the Jeff Hatch experiment. I'm not sure he ever got on the field in a real game, did he? LOL

                              Shaun Williams was a beast against the run, and yeah, Ryan Clark definitely got away.
                              I too remember Shaun Williams, but for his awful pass coverage.
                              Because of all of the effort and examination being poured into these predictions, the draft is a robust market that, in the aggregate, does a good job of sorting prospects from top to bottom.1 Yet despite so many people trying to “beat the market,” no single actor can do it consistently. Abnormal returns are likely due to luck, not skill. But that hasn’t stopped NFL executives from behaving with the confidence of traders.

                              http://fivethirtyeight.com/features/...eat-the-draft/

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