Type: Posts; User: BlueOldSchool
Was the loss of Manningham a problem for Eli... not having that solid 3rd receiver. A receiving corps of a healthy Nicks, Cruz, and Manningham was challenging for defenses. Add Hynoski or Pascoe to...
Do you think not having a solid 3rd receiver in Mario Manningham hurt Eli?
Gotta agree with you.
As Eli goes into his 10th season and is the current active "iron man" (consecutive starts) in the NFL, I'd like to see him and Gilbride get it together a little better this season. They've had some...
LOL! Yes... that said, I think after the way last season went (the one of many that got away)... it's like we're not sure if we're going to end up with a 2008 or 2012 season... just when you think...
Yes...I forgot him, too! He looked gassed by the end of the season last year... (and sometimes in the middle of the season).
Ya know... I was gonna put him on that list, too... Nice call, Rudyy... and I love the "Giants fan since 525 BC!
Baas- Can he last a whole season
Webster- Poor Play
Kiwanuka- Not that effective
NO, NO, A THOUSAND TIMES... NO!!!
I would also include Gilbride and Fewell in the discussion... they are also culpable.
Okay... after hearing that TC is going to ask the players "what in the world happened" the last two weeks before the Eagle's game, I couldn't help but laugh as I was thinking about what the players...
LOL... I was thinking the same thing reading this thread!
Russell Wilson, RG3, and Andrew Luck weren't NFL-ready either... they did get a chance to do that by playing the whole season and, oh my...
Webster and Tuck on a close second on D
Diehl on O
That one hurt, too... you're right!
You've got that right, my friend! HOW TRUE!
The collapse is...
1. Disappointing because we had the talent to repeat, no doubt.
2. Frustrating because some of the play calling this year and lack of adjustments made you want to throw a shoe...
Cruz is a nice example... absolutely... I'm sure you guys can find even more examples of my point.
While this is a good point you make, I wouldn't call the point I made "absurd." Great coaches plug these rounds (3 and 4) into their systems and make them important parts of that system. This is...
What makes teams great are the picks after the first round… While it's important to get the best round 1 and 2 players that immediately impact your system, what happens in rounds 3 and 4...
You know what they say... "There's a first time for everything."
lol... sorry... Barden... good catch! :)
In the games we lost (and some we managed to win):
1. Slow-starting offense
2. Lack of intensity out of the gate
3. Wrong play-calling in situations (like 3rd and short and 3rd and long)
LOL!!! Too funny!