Eli and JPP.
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Eli and JPP.
Eternal rest grant unto Uncle Vin, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May he rest in peace, Amen.
That's total hyperbolic nonsense. Johnny Football is already the greatest QB of all time.
What's a 'prohpet'?
I'm hoping for a lot of shotgun/pistol draws, tackle-eligible screens, and fumblerooskis.
Cruz's problems wouldn't have happened if we had kept Torain.
It was an amazing play, but didn't he get caught from behind around the 20, or am I confusing that with some other play?
A couple of weeks earlier, Pat Summerall's 51-yard FG in a Cleveland snowstorm saved the season, setting up a playoff in NY against Cleveland, and finally the "Greatest Game Ever Played".
Thanks for the info. And now that I think of it, I do a fair amount of wine glass curls, so I guess I'm in decent upper-body shape.
What are 'gammas'? What are 'retro 13s'?
For that matter, what's 'working out'?
Very well said.
So am I.
Why would you want us to be 'America's Team'? We're the New York Giants, and we're here to play football. Love us or hate us, we couldn't care less.
I didn't know that Jack Stroud was the 'Strongest Giants player ever'. I don't question the accuracy of that statement, since I have no evidence to contradict it, but I'd love to know how you come...
The O Line absolutely has to be fixed. Many other things are critical, but in this context all are secondary compared to the OL.
Yes, but it will never regain the speed it had at the moment of release.
It may have been the greatest pass I have ever seen. But it didn't 'gain velocity as it traveled'. A ball reaches its greatest velocity at the moment of release (assuming a level playing field). ...
Without question, Hoss.
In addition to being the BU QB, he filled in at WR early in '86, when we were hurting badly at that position.
Thanks for the link!!! It would be GREAT if David Wilson had the "Suburbanites" blocking for him.
Sam Huff needs to be on the list.
Would love to see my man Rhinosaurus win the job. But we really can't go wrong with either one. Both are impact players if used correctly.
I've always liked Starks. I think he'd fit in well here.
Right you are. Congratulations on the implied endorsement from Fran. But I doubt the Giants will be seriously interested. Manziel is just not our style.
Caught a TD pass from Cal Hebert, Paul Hornung's backup, in a pickup game in the practice field outside Notre Dame Stadium.
Yes, he does. Whether his abominable season was a temporary personal glitch, a result of bad coaching schemes, or a signal that he's in terminal decline, he has definitely complicated our drafting...