That's a big If.
Type: Posts; User: StrahanTheMan
That's a big If.
All i'm saying is imagine Joe Namath with Twitter access.
That was nearly 50 years ago. It's pretty safe to say things have changed.
Interesting that I've seen several similar threads locked or moved. The rules here are very inconsistent depending on who the poster is.
"If anyone can predict the future for injured Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, it's Justin Tuck.
Tuck, a longtime veteran on the Giants' defensive line, mentored Pierre-Paul and helped keep...
Just sign Long already. It's coming. That last ditch effort to put a band aid on a bullet wound.
Is it sad my expectations have been tempered so much that i'm excited to see a player we arguably overpaid for who is middle of the road at best?
Bad writer making ridiculous predictions just to get attention. Sounds like a child.
Agreed. This pretty much sums it up when I feel optimistic about the team lately:
It's become clear the practice field(s) are built on ancient Indian burial grounds.
On topic - I hope he sticks around. Hes got potential.
I'll be the lone optimist and say the Giants beat the snot out of them. Dez disappears, their run game struggles, and Romo is hit early and often.
Top 10 last year. Probably most years hes played too but im too lazy to look.
Based on his hi-jinx I had another one in mind.
his peak would have been 2010 - the rest was his decline. My point appears to be lost, so I will concede.
This excerpt essentially sums up the point I was making since it was taken out of context and then dissected:
"Since his transcendent, 16.5-sack 2011 season, Pierre-Paul has been a model of...
So then by that logic, lets remove 2011 as well, since it was JPPs best season and they're back to dead even. I was proving a point based on a range of player production and that you never really...
I think the "enigma" label and all the other chatter about his inconsistency is actually somewhat relevant. Take a look at his stats vs Justin tucks since 2010:
Tuck since 2010: 36.5 sacks, 264...
True story. I'm still eagerly awaiting the presser stating camp JPP released the information to Schefter after turning away the Giants staff member (because I think this is what happened, however...
Agreed. Rules should be static, not dynamic.
I was wondering the same thing. A 3d printed finger, or a specialized glove - there's got to be something.
Arguably our best defensive player is hurt, and badly. He has made a Ronnie Lott decision with about 3 times the consequences (potentially, if it was really fully removed) because of some bad...
If Schefter just repeated information he saw, in theory it's no worse than discussing it here I would think. Perpetuating heresay.
I disagree here - process of elimation makes sense if youre replacing the potential problem with a proven commodity.