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    Paul Dottino Tweet on Osi Umenyior***

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    think will see redo (trade less likely) for osi in few wks




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    Re: Paul Dottino Tweet on Osi Umenyior***

    That would be amazing, I would love for Osi to retire a Giant so we will hold the torch with the best D-Line for a long time. I say stick him with a 5 or 6 year deal he should be done by then ready to retire.

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    [quote user="NewYorkSwagg"]That would be amazing, I would love for Osi to retire a Giant so we will hold the torch with the best D-Line for a long time. I say stick him with a 5 or 6 year deal he should be done by then ready to retire.[/quote]




    Osi should go. The more he's on the field, the less JPP is on the field. He's a one dimentional player and thats it. Trade him for a 3rd as far as I'm concerned.




    Burning up cap space for Osi is a waste of money.

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    [quote user="Morehead State"]

    [quote user="NewYorkSwagg"]That would be amazing, I would love for Osi to retire a Giant so we will hold the torch with the best D-Line for a long time. I say stick him with a 5 or 6 year deal he should be done by then ready to retire.[/quote]




    Osi should go.* The more he's on the field, the less JPP is on the field.* He's a one dimentional player and thats it.* Trade him for a 3rd as far as I'm concerned.




    Burning up cap space for Osi is a waste of money.

    [/quote] Disagree!

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    Re: Paul Dottino Tweet on Osi Umenyior***

    True, I would rather have JPP on the field but you never know with tuck.

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    Re: Paul Dottino Tweet on Osi Umenyior***

    [quote user="Morehead State"]

    [quote user="NewYorkSwagg"]That would be amazing, I would love for Osi to retire a Giant so we will hold the torch with the best D-Line for a long time. I say stick him with a 5 or 6 year deal he should be done by then ready to retire.[/quote]




    Osi should go. The more he's on the field, the less JPP is on the field. He's a one dimentional player and thats it. Trade him for a 3rd as far as I'm concerned.




    Burning up cap space for Osi is a waste of money.

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    A 3rd LOL.....


    And what happens if JPP or Tuck go down? It's called quality depth and that's how you have the best D-line in the NFL.

    9 sacks, 2 FF in 9 games, 7 starts.
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    Re: Paul Dottino Tweet on Osi Umenyior***

    [quote user="Morehead State"]


    [quote user="NewYorkSwagg"]That would be amazing, I would love for Osi to retire a Giant so we will hold the torch with the best D-Line for a long time. I say stick him with a 5 or 6 year deal he should be done by then ready to retire.[/quote]




    Osi should go. The more he's on the field, the less JPP is on the field. He's a one dimentional player and thats it. Trade him for a 3rd as far as I'm concerned.




    Burning up cap space for Osi is a waste of money.




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    MH, do you fail to remember that our defense got much better once all 3 of our DEs were nice and healthy.




    If he wants to stay and make a fair contract, then it benefits us greatly to keep him. If he wants too much, then ship him off. We could probably get at least a second, even if he is essentially only a pass rusher.


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    Re: Paul Dottino Tweet on Osi Umenyior***

    [quote user="NYG4lifeNYK"][quote user="Morehead State"]

    [quote user="NewYorkSwagg"]That would be amazing, I would love for Osi to retire a Giant so we will hold the torch with the best D-Line for a long time. I say stick him with a 5 or 6 year deal he should be done by then ready to retire.[/quote]




    Osi should go. The more he's on the field, the less JPP is on the field. He's a one dimentional player and thats it. Trade him for a 3rd as far as I'm concerned.




    Burning up cap space for Osi is a waste of money.

    [/quote]

    A 3rd LOL.....


    And what happens if JPP or Tuck go down? It's called quality depth and that's how you have the best D-line in the NFL.

    9 sacks, 2 FF in 9 games, 7 starts.
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    Re: Paul Dottino Tweet on Osi Umenyior***

    [quote user="Morehead State"]

    [quote user="NewYorkSwagg"]That would be amazing, I would love for Osi to retire a Giant so we will hold the torch with the best D-Line for a long time. I say stick him with a 5 or 6 year deal he should be done by then ready to retire.[/quote]




    Osi should go.* The more he's on the field, the less JPP is on the field.* He's a one dimentional player and thats it.* Trade him for a 3rd as far as I'm concerned.




    Burning up cap space for Osi is a waste of money.

    [/quote]I liked when they rushed 5 last yr and u had either tuck or Osi line up as a DT
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    Re: Paul Dottino Tweet on Osi Umenyior***

    [quote user="Morehead State"]

    [quote user="NewYorkSwagg"]That would be amazing, I would love for Osi to retire a Giant so we will hold the torch with the best D-Line for a long time. I say stick him with a 5 or 6 year deal he should be done by then ready to retire.[/quote]




    Osi should go.* The more he's on the field, the less JPP is on the field.* He's a one dimentional player and thats it.* Trade him for a 3rd as far as I'm concerned.




    Burning up cap space for Osi is a waste of money.

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    hey hater, osi is a special talent if u havent already realized

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