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  • McAdoo, the young and current vs Gilbride, the old and stubborn = Eli Pro bowl/SB QB

    Look I appreciate everything Gilbride did for us to win rings. However, it was so apparent that he became stale and predictable. Mara, who is as reserved as you can be even blared to the media that the offense was broken. In post retirement interviews, Killdrives sanctimonious and pompous, and ostensibly stubbornness showed in interviews. Hopefully we have seen the last of the 3rd and 20 draw plays.

    McSdoo is part of the young breed and is apparently a workaholic and sharp. Obviously, we have yet to see things happen but we already know the oeuvre of Eli. He's talented, can throw every type of ball, knows how to audible/check, and has all the intangibles you want.

    Now if McCoy changing the offense for Rivers in an almost "less is more" fashion that led to a Pro Bowl year, I expect the same results for Eli. Look, Norv Turmer was considered an offensive guru, but look what McCoy did with Rivers? Rivers didn't end with career numbers, but was more efficient and smart, and lead to more success.

    I can't wait to see Eli carving the league and especially the division up in McAdoo's offense.

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    Good stuff.


    Prepare for backlash.
    Mood: WOOF!

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    • #3
      I always get a bad McAdoo after a couple quarter pounders.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Rudyy View Post
        Good stuff.


        Prepare for backlash.
        Totally. I don't give a rat's ***. I'm just optimistic for this offense and this roster. Why I spew some of this **** is beyond me but felt like posting a thread for ****s and giggles.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by flimflam View Post
          Totally. I don't give a rat's ***. I'm just optimistic for this offense and this roster. Why I spew some of this **** is beyond me but felt like posting a thread for ****s and giggles.
          I feel ya

          I'm looking forward to 2014.
          Mood: WOOF!

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          • #6
            Deja Vu.. If we don't draft a new WR and TE

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            • #7
              Originally posted by flimflam View Post
              Totally. I don't give a rat's ***. I'm just optimistic for this offense and this roster. Why I spew some of this **** is beyond me but felt like posting a thread for ****s and giggles.
              lol, I like your optimism.

              I don't feel the offense has to be prolific, just cut down on the dang turnovers and we make the playoffs.

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              • #8
                I'm excited to see how Eli goes. The offense is an unknown for a change.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Gimaniac View Post
                  lol, I like your optimism.

                  I don't feel the offense has to be prolific, just cut down on the dang turnovers and we make the playoffs.
                  Yeah man, thanks.

                  Another thing. Our D might not be loaded with pass rushers as it normally is, but it does have some guys that haven't lived up to their hype yet and are still young - here's to hoping it clicks for us. But besides the quixotic optimism, seriously, our defense hasn't been this well rounded and balanced in years, at least on paper. We actually have some playmaking linebackers and depth in all areas. If we add an Aaron Donald or an Anthony Barr, man it's even more so.

                  You know what I like especially? Since the media has really I gored our free agency signings - nada one has listed us as one of the free agency "winners" like NE or Denver and has said our schedule is going to make us mince meat, I believe it bOdes well for us.everyone is lauding the Rdskins and DeSean - "watch out, RGIII and DeSean are the team to beat now." "uh oh, weak NFC East, Chip Kelly the mad genius has the Eagles clicking on all cylinders." Blah, blah, blah.

                  Guess what happens when the media and experts don't even give us a chance?

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                  • #10
                    5 pre-season games minus the injuries will show what we are ready for? by the way...last years teams who had 5 pre season games.. ended up in many injuries... cowboys.. and dolphins

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by luni View Post
                      5 pre-season games minus the injuries will show what we are ready for? by the way...last years teams who had 5 pre season games.. ended up in many injuries... cowboys.. and dolphins
                      The Giants only played four games last year yet still wound up with more injuries than those teams. It isn't really something you can safeguard against.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Flip Empty View Post
                        The Giants only played four games last year yet still wound up with more injuries than those teams. It isn't really something you can safeguard against.
                        it could be even worse this time but I am crossing my fingers. injuries happen just hoping for a clean pre season

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                        • #13
                          Gilbride became the scapegoat for an offense that could not execute due to lack of talent. If his team had the talent level they had back in 2008, Gilbride would have had a top 10 offense last year. JR is the one who rolled the dice with an oline of Beatty, Boothe, Baas, Snee, and Pugh. Then throw in the worst TE in the league, an injury brigade at RB, and Nicks being a shell of his former self and you have yourself one hot mess. If MacAdoo arrived last year, to work with that kind of talent, you would all have run him out of town.

                          Hopefully, JR drafts with fixing the offense as his priority. Then MacAdoo will have the talent he needs to be successful, because no matter how hard he works, he won't be able to succeed without talent.
                          Do not feed the trolls.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Mercury View Post
                            Gilbride became the scapegoat for an offense that could not execute due to lack of talent. If his team had the talent level they had back in 2008, Gilbride would have had a top 10 offense last year. JR is the one who rolled the dice with an oline of Beatty, Boothe, Baas, Snee, and Pugh. Then throw in the worst TE in the league, an injury brigade at RB, and Nicks being a shell of his former self and you have yourself one hot mess. If MacAdoo arrived last year, to work with that kind of talent, you would all have run him out of town.

                            Hopefully, JR drafts with fixing the offense as his priority. Then MacAdoo will have the talent he needs to be successful, because no matter how hard he works, he won't be able to succeed without talent.
                            +1

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                            • #15
                              a new scheme is always exciting. Hopefully the offense is up to the task
                              "Measure Twice......Cut Once"
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