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    Losing Ross is tough

    Not trying to keep Ross is a bad idea. Would rather have Ross than T2. I like the Bennett courting though. He WILL make a huge difference in our offense. Big green zone target.. I like the possibility of Bennett/Ballard 2 TE set. We will obviously lose MM. I'm really hoping Jernigan pulls off a Cruz-like year. Can u really imagine what we could do......

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    Re: Losing Ross is tough

    I think the staff has a lot of faith in Prince to be the new number 2. Thomas will probably be more of safety hybrid

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    Re: Losing Ross is tough

    We can't keep everyone. We kept the better free agent in TT.
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    Re: Losing Ross is tough

    Um Ross got burnt repeatedly. The worst performance I ever witnessed from a Giants corner was Ross v Cleveland in 2007.

    I'm happy to have T2 back plus Tryon. I'd even keep Bruce Johnson over Ross.

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    Re: Losing Ross is tough

    We have--------> C.Web, Prince, Terrell Thomas, Tryon, Bruce Johnson, and Michael Coe we already stacked I don't see room for Ross lol we are set buddy just sit back and relax. Let Reese put the icing on the cake with a few free agents and 2012 draft picks you know we going to draft good.

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    Re: Losing Ross is tough

    Don't sleep on Whitherspoon.

    Seriously he may have beaten out Ross last season had he not been injured.

    I think Prince is the real deal and will start along with Webster.

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    Re: Losing Ross is tough

    Yes Ross has had some growing pains, but he did start for 2 super bowl teams. He plays hard. I like him. I like T2 as well. But just feel Ross has more upside. Just saying........ In reese I trust. Im hoping for a huge draft, with some shocking moves. Big time players and one for the thumb next year. All agree!!!!!

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    Re: Losing Ross is tough

    He started through neccessity. Not through talent.

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    Re: Losing Ross is tough

    [quote user="buddy33"]Don't sleep on Whitherspoon.

    Seriously he may have beaten out Ross last season had he not been injured.

    I think Prince is the real deal and will start along with Webster.[/quote]


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    Re: Losing Ross is tough

    T2 is a much better player than Ross. Ross was forced into the starting spot and played ok. T2 is a pro bowl caliber player.

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