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    2013 TE's

    Look i have said it time and time again and until proven wrong i will continue to say it. so bookmark this if you want so you can have me eat my crow at the end of the season, i will do it willingly with some BBQ and hot sauce... i'm West-Indian i love BBQ sauce.

    I am not sold on Bennett and i have no clue where to begin with Robinson, i actually have hope for the kid i didn't mind the pick it was a sigh of relief actually that TE was finally addressed in some way.

    i honestly believe that with a play making tight end this Offense can take the next step in being a juggernaut. think back to how great shockey was pre diva. now take that shockey and pair him with the Eli of last year. Man!!!
    i compare it to witten and romo. romo stats only look so good most of the time cause witten gets that ridiculous YAC. witten is a tough son of a ***** that's a consistent 750yd+ TE with 41 TD's in 9 seasons. COME ON MAN!!! we need a guy like that and stop with this utilize the TE position up until two years ago we were a run first team now were amongst the best passing the ball, times changing we need to upgrade in the first couple picks of 2013 draft.

    with that said...

    Tyler Eifert, Notre Dame, 6-6/251- 4.70/40
    ?good hands/ uses body to keep ball away from corners can jump ball with them too, burns line backers. mediocre burst off line, but good progressive speed, can get more consistent with his blocking ability shows flashes of goodness. he's my number 1 so far

    Jake Stoneburner, Ohio State, 6-5/245 - 4.71/40?

    [link]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xzm2ZpGDTmY[/link] Look at 1:37 LMFAO
    This kid can Block very good and he can get open in his route and make good catches. can add 5-10 pounds on his frame to make the transition to the pro's but even at 245 he pushing D-linemen back.

    Philip Lutzenkirchen, Auburn, 6-5/250 - 4.70/40

    My eyes are going to be glued to this kid upcoming collegiate season
    [link]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bR7x3RmJXNE[/link]

    Michael Williams, Alabama 6-6/270 - 4.77/40

    With that height and size and speed i am definitely intrigued, i also read that he great blocker than helped the tides running game flourish, had 8 catches for 100 yards and a TD last season that's a 12.5 yd avg pretty good if u ask me. can't wait to see what he does this year
    [LINK]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2uuggELD0eE[/LINK]

    Zach Ertz, Stanford, 6-6/249?
    Verdict is still out on this kid, hes rated as the 2nd best TE, but i haven't seen that to say he is. played behind fleener so we will see this year what he can do.


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    Any chance that we bring in Shiancoe?

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    [quote user="GMENAGAIN"]Any chance that we bring in Shiancoe?[/quote] I actually said we should of brought back Shiancoe before the FA'cy Period began.. Is he still available? If so, i think he'd be a great pickup.. He blocks, and is a reliable target, and has Expierence as a Giant..

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    Another Stanford TE besides Ertz ,Levine Toililo who is another receiving TE. He is 6'8.
    Dion Sims from Michigan State is super athletic. He supposedly runs a Sub 4.6 at 280 pounds.
    I like Mychael Rivera as a late rounder a 2 way TE from Tennessee but he seems to be ignored by most draft pundits. ive been watching a lot of Bray and the first 5 games when Bray was Healthy he was very productive.
    First 5 games 19 catches for 248 yards

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    [quote user="rainierjef"]Look i have said it time and time again and until proven wrong i will continue to say it. so bookmark this if you want so you can have me eat my crow at the end of the season, i will do it willingly with some BBQ and hot sauce... i'm West-Indian i love BBQ sauce.

    I am not sold on Bennett and i have no clue where to begin with Robinson, i actually have hope for the kid i didn't mind the pick it was a sigh of relief actually that TE was finally addressed in some way.

    i honestly believe that with a play making tight end this Offense can take the next step in being a juggernaut. think back to how great shockey was pre diva. now take that shockey and pair him with the Eli of last year. Man!!!
    i compare it to witten and romo. romo stats only look so good most of the time cause witten gets that ridiculous YAC. witten is a tough son of a ***** that's a consistent 750yd+ TE with 41 TD's in 9 seasons. COME ON MAN!!! we need a guy like that and stop with this utilize the TE position up until two years ago we were a run first team now were amongst the best passing the ball, times changing we need to upgrade in the first couple picks of 2013 draft.

    with that said...

    Tyler Eifert, Notre Dame, 6-6/251- 4.70/40
    ?good hands/ uses body to keep ball away from corners can jump ball with them too, burns line backers. mediocre burst off line, but good progressive speed, can get more consistent with his blocking ability shows flashes of goodness. he's my number 1 so far

    Jake Stoneburner, Ohio State, 6-5/245 - 4.71/40?

    [link]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xzm2ZpGDTmY[/link] Look at 1:37 LMFAO
    This kid can Block very good and he can get open in his route and make good catches. can add 5-10 pounds on his frame to make the transition to the pro's but even at 245 he pushing D-linemen back.

    Philip Lutzenkirchen, Auburn, 6-5/250 - 4.70/40

    My eyes are going to be glued to this kid upcoming collegiate season
    [link]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bR7x3RmJXNE[/link]

    Michael Williams, Alabama 6-6/270 - 4.77/40

    With that height and size and speed i am definitely intrigued, i also read that he great blocker than helped the tides running game flourish, had 8 catches for 100 yards and a TD last season that's a 12.5 yd avg pretty good if u ask me. can't wait to see what he does this year
    [LINK]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2uuggELD0eE[/LINK]

    Zach Ertz, Stanford, 6-6/249?
    Verdict is still out on this kid, hes rated as the 2nd best TE, but i haven't seen that to say he is. played behind fleener so we will see this year what he can do.


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    [quote user="Joe Morrison"]

    [quote user="rainierjef"]Look i have said it time and time again and until proven wrong i will continue to say it. so bookmark this if you want so you can have me eat my crow at the end of the season, i will do it willingly with some BBQ and hot sauce... i'm West-Indian i love BBQ sauce.

    I am not sold on Bennett and i have no clue where to begin with Robinson, i actually have hope for the kid i didn't mind the pick it was a sigh of relief actually that TE was finally addressed in some way.

    i honestly believe that with a play making tight end this Offense can take the next step in being a juggernaut. think back to how great shockey was pre diva. now take that shockey and pair him with the Eli of last year. Man!!!
    i compare it to witten and romo. romo stats only look so good most of the time cause witten gets that ridiculous YAC. witten is a tough son of a ***** that's a consistent 750yd+ TE with 41 TD's in 9 seasons. COME ON MAN!!! we need a guy like that and stop with this utilize the TE position up until two years ago we were a run first team now were amongst the best passing the ball, times changing we need to upgrade in the first couple picks of 2013 draft.*

    with that said...

    Tyler Eifert, Notre Dame, 6-6/251- 4.70/40
    ?good hands/ uses body to keep ball away from corners can jump ball with them too, burns line backers. mediocre burst off line, but good progressive speed, can get more consistent with his blocking ability shows flashes of goodness. he's my number 1 so far

    Jake Stoneburner, Ohio State, 6-5/245 - 4.71/40?

    [link]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xzm2ZpGDTmY[/link] Look at 1:37 LMFAO
    This kid can Block very good and he can get open in his route and make good catches. can add 5-10 pounds on his frame to make the transition to the pro's but even at 245 he pushing D-linemen back.

    Philip Lutzenkirchen, Auburn, 6-5/250 - 4.70/40

    My eyes are going to be glued to this kid upcoming* collegiate season*
    [link]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bR7x3RmJXNE[/link]

    Michael Williams, Alabama* 6-6/270 - 4.77/40

    With that height and size and speed i am definitely intrigued, i also read that he great blocker than helped the tides running game flourish, had 8 catches for 100 yards and a TD last season* that's a 12.5 yd avg pretty good if u ask me. can't wait to see what he does this year
    [LINK]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2uuggELD0eE[/LINK]

    Zach Ertz, Stanford, 6-6/249?
    Verdict is still out on this kid, hes rated as the 2nd best TE, but i haven't seen that to say he is. played behind fleener so we will see this year what he can do.


    let me know if i missed anyone GMB draft CG's ( couch gurus )

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    He posted in the "NFL Draft" forum. this is where we talk about the draft. the next draft is 2013. i know its complicated.

    if you wanna talk about what happening this season then there is a forum called "talk about giant football"

    your being THAT GUY

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    I like Eifert as I am a Notre Dame fan. I just always have thoughts of Derek Brown.

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    heath miller and anthony fasano are FAs after this season. dont think either would be too expensive either.

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    [quote user="nygfan0816"]heath miller and anthony fasano are FAs after this season. dont think either would be too expensive either.[/quote] yeah but will high milage we need youth

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