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    D.Wilson/M.Bennett/R.Randle/

    I think these 3 players are going to be the factors that push us over the top. Looking back at the draft, I can say I now believe that Wilson is prob the only rb aside from T.R. to have a style of play worthy of a 1rst. Doug Martin is a fine back, but he doesn't offer one skill set that jumps out, he is just well rounded. T.Richardson is well rounded as well but he has a special skill set of bruiser with agile running style. But yeah, watching Wilson run is a thing of beauty. I said last week that his style of run reminds me of Gayle Sayers. Anyone else find that fitting after watching Wilson run tonight? He just gave the coaches the reason to have him split the rock with Bradshaw. He has the skill set to be a truly special RB.

    Bennett has shown us, in a small sample, his ability to be a game changer in the run blocking area of his game, as well as an ability to be a big, reliable target. I am liking how he has earned Eli's trust in such a short amount of time.

    Also, Randle played very well imo. Ran the correct routes (for the most part), read the defenses and adjusted his route accordingly, got himself open...

    We have a truly special team developing imo. Eli Nicks Cruz Bradshaw, and then you add Bennett, Randle, and a useful Barden/Hixon/and JJ? LIGHTS OUT for opposing defenses...I said this team is winning 11 minimum, and I know it was only one half of preseason game 3, but that is the game that shows where the team is at the most, and guys, we are ready to repeat...

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    All three looked good tonight.

    Watching Randle play, I feel like I'm watching a fast TE. They guy is so strong and physical. Imagine when he learns Gilbride's system and understands the game better. He could really do a lot of damage on the gridiron.

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    I hope Randle has impressed enough to get opportunities in regular season games, it would be a waste to not play him, even if he is not the ""Number Three""

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    I also like Douglas to make this team
    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 !!!

    ***Stat provided by "Schloss22"***

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    Sort of off topic but I'm glad I was able to get Wilson in the late rounds of FF. I can easily see him breaking off some long runs for TDs at this point of his development.

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    I knew Wilson would be special if given opportunities, him Hosley and Randle are who i watched in Collage, and was hoping the Giants picked up,

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    Don't forget Hosley and Rivers...All these guys were picked up this off season and are making an impact.

    Can't wait till all of them guys are on the field at the same time....juggernaut anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheShouldersOf View Post
    I hope Randle has impressed enough to get opportunities in regular season games, it would be a waste to not play him, even if he is not the ""Number Three""
    He will be used for sure. Maybe not initially (especially if Nicks is in), but I imagine he will be phased in as the season progresses.

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    i hate to be a jackwagon b/c i like Wilson, Randle, Holsey and Bennett, but can we say KEEP us at the TOP instead of push us over the top .... Super Bowl seems to be as TOP as you can get in the NFL
    Apologize to Melo 5

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    Looking at Wilson, you wouldn't think he'd break many tackles, but that's how he made a living in college. Loved seeing him play like this. So much.

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