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    JPP is cleaning up real good!!!

    This kid was raw in every way coming out of college and I remember thinking when I listened to him address the media for the first time after he was drafted that he might be a bust. That all seems so foolish now. I also remember thinking that maybe people were enamored so much with his athleticism that maybe his ability (or lack thereof) to grasp how to play was overlooked but I am happy to say I was definitely wrong about that. This kid is rapidly becoming a polished and mature player; definitely much faster than I ever thought he would. You can definitely see confidence and leadership growing exponentially, especially over the last few weeks. I believe JPP is going to be a player we talk about admirably long after his playing days are over. If Jerry is smart, he would lock him up now with a long term deal.

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    Re: JPP is cleaning up real good!!!

    JPP is a beast at his current role-which will only expand.... He will be the next Strahan at this pace. Another defensive leader is always good... I expect big things from this kid.... hopefully he pans out...

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    Re: JPP is cleaning up real good!!!

    What really stands out about JPP is how fast he moves those first 2-3 yards off the line. He makes tackles look like they are moving in slow motion. Add in the fact that hes got a relentless motor and is capable of making tackles in space and we have a once in a lifetime type of player perhaps on our hands.

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    Re: JPP is cleaning up real good!!!

    [quote user="Theismann'sLeg"]This kid was raw in every way coming out of college and I remember thinking when I listened to him address the media for the first time after he was drafted that he might be a bust. That all seems so foolish now. I also remember thinking that maybe people were enamored so much with his athleticism that maybe his ability (or lack thereof) to grasp how to play was overlooked but I am happy to say I was definitely wrong about that. This kid is rapidly becoming a polished and mature player; definitely much faster than I ever thought he would. You can definitely see confidence and leadership growing exponentially, especially over the last few weeks. I believe JPP is going to be a player we talk about admirably long after his playing days are over. If Jerry is smart, he would lock him up now with a long term deal.[/quote]
    Yep. Let's hope he cleans rooms clock
    Football has been very, very good to us.
    Even though 2013 was a losing season, we can console ourselves with this fact-

    # of Super Bowl victories since 1985:

    1-Chicago, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Seattle
    2-Washington, Green Bay, Denver, Pittsburgh, Baltimore
    3-San Francisco, Dallas, New England
    4-New York Giants!!!!!

    Let's make it 5 in 2014 !!!

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    Re: JPP is cleaning up real good!!!

    I'm not gonna lie, I hated this pick when it happened, now he's like the only standout player on the defense. Funny how things workout.

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