Most likely scenario.
Type: Posts; User: Blue_Cusen
Most likely scenario.
An erudite response indeed.
You need a sharp knife to get through that fuzzy stuff.
If he was cut the Giants MUST sign him immediately!!!!! There are no depths deep enough to be enough depth.
It is assumed this is simply to avoid the distraction of 'lame duck' questions from the press and fans.
Any other supposition is simply guesswork.
I prefer Jim Burt's hit on Montana when he knocked him out cold and LT intercepted his pass and ran it in for a TD.
Totally illegal hit in todays NFL of course.
I'm surprised someone hasn't blamed this on Eli yet.
I think Coughlin hired him based on his personality and his presentation in the interview. That presentation must have included a different philosophy than our former DC and most definitely was...
I wonder if Eli found this......deflating.
What are you trying to say??!!!!!!!!!!!
And if not for Fassel running scared we might have.
Lol I guess I blacked out on that one considering what happened next.
As a football fan got to agree with YA but as a Giants fan I have to go with '86. The only home game. cold....swirling winds.....Simms throwing lasers in that wind....Schroeder's rocket arm all but...
I'm not so sure Spags couldn't do better with the talent we have now. If Coughlin believed that he would have kept Fewell....like we all thought he was going to do.
What I know about Spags is he...
I've heard the same thing and Bill just did the same thing during the game against the Ravens. If Steve builds trust with the guys I see good things on the horizon.
All I know is the first press conference Spags had back in '07 they grilled him about 'bringing that Philly defense' to NY and he said he'd have to get to know the players strengths and weaknesses...
McAdoo was sought after and turned down an interview for a HC job I believe to come to the Giants.
Being able to say something and having it hold water are two different things.
Good lord, he did NOT 'land on his feet'. He was falling forward when his second foot came in contact with the ground. He realized he would fall short of the goal line so instinctively pushed off...
One last time. If he doesn't lunge he is on the ground anyway. The lunge was not responsible for him going to the ground. His control of the ball reaching toward the goal line has nothing to do with...
No, you don't get it. Trying not to fall while you are falling down is not a football move. A stop, A juke. A FEW steps. Yes. But Dez' 'football move' didn't take him to the ground. His momentum did....
I just saw the play again and Dez did not take a 'few' steps. He reached for the ball and got it as his left foot touched and his momentum carried him downward as his right foot hit....at which time...
Soooo, we shoulda kept Fewell and fired the secondary coach?
No offense but I couldn't help chuckle at that comment considering your screen name. And I'm sure you don't live in the past. It just looked funny.