Type: Posts; User: KidA
JPP, no question. He was much more dominant and well-rounded at one point than Osi ever was.
Ah yes, the prestigious "Diet Pepsi Rookie of the Year" award.
I think Eli has 6-8 years left in him if he remains healthy.
Neither do I, but he's not.
They've tried him on the left side multiple times. He's completely ineffective there for some reason.
Yep. We should be going
if the right players are available.
I think you may have missed a letter in there :P
I have to say, he's been damn good. The biggest surprise for the Giants so far.
About a six.
Is he healthy? That kid is really fast.
You said it best: "Once a Giant always a Giant"
I don't think that anyone who's replied so far has understood the question.
OP is asking if you'd take nine wins guaranteed rather than the uncertainty of letting the season play out. I say...
I've only been to two (and one preseason I think), but the 2005 game vs. the Rams was awesome. Giants win 44-24 as Burress has a huge breakout game - over 200 yards receiving!
I heard that he's so elusive no one even knows what team he's on.
"Unflappable - Eli Manning is. And so is his Citizen Eco-Drive watch."
Hey! Come on! This is a family-friendly message board.
Tuck was better in his prime. He was an absolute force in 2007.
Osi maintained a high level of play for longer though.
I wonder if they're taking sacks into account. If they're not, and only positive gains are being considered, then that and the QB's ability to wait until a hole opens up to run give them a big...
Damn. I was hoping we'd see the big guy around for another year or two. Best of luck to a true Giant.
We have to find a way to keep Beason. He's one of the most important players on the team right now.
I, too, called the 2 point play before we even scored the touchdown. I wasn't particularly surprised that it worked either.