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    Quote Originally Posted by Riverboat76 View Post
    I guess we're not the only "crazy" people.
    not that Kiwi is an elite player or anything. But why did you choose to dog him. He is a consistent player who has dealt with injuries and has had to change position. He is not a superstar but he he far from lame duck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GameTime View Post
    not that Kiwi is an elite player or anything. But why did you choose to dog him. He is a consistent player who has dealt with injuries and has had to change position. He is not a superstar but he he far from lame duck.
    I said in the beginning that I think he is better suited as a speedier DE pass rusher, rather than a slower LB playing out of position. So I don't think it's all his fault. And I'm not saying he is the worst player ever. But he is well paid to be a (seemingly) situational run stopping LB who doesn't make tackles, or game changing plays. I just don't get it. He has been the one constant LB on a defense that hasn't been very good for a few years, quite frankly. He has been invisible, and I don't want to hear it's because he is "funneling" plays to other guys who are then not making the tackle. He's invisible because he is a big, slow LB who plays poor in space. Period.

    I truly believe if he was shifted to a DE spot (perhaps stealing time from Osi) and a true LB was shifted to his spot, the defense would perform better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GameTime View Post
    not that Kiwi is an elite player or anything. But why did you choose to dog him. He is a consistent player who has dealt with injuries and has had to change position. He is not a superstar but he he far from lame duck.
    I think it is pretty obvious....he hasn't seen him do anything to make the highlight film......that means he sucks in the eyes of a fan that doesn't understand "team concept" and doing the job assigned to you...by this logic every offensive lineman must suck too
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    Quote Originally Posted by fansince69 View Post
    I think it is pretty obvious....he hasn't seen him do anything to make the highlight film......that means he sucks in the eyes of a fan that doesn't understand "team concept" and doing the job assigned to you...by this logic every offensive lineman must suck too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Riverboat76 View Post
    Your wisdom shines through with every post you make. One day I hope to see the game through the eyes of a true football guru such as yourself.
    lol ty I sincerely hope you can too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Riverboat76 View Post
    I said in the beginning that I think he is better suited as a speedier DE pass rusher, rather than a slower LB playing out of position. So I don't think it's all his fault. And I'm not saying he is the worst player ever. But he is well paid to be a (seemingly) situational run stopping LB who doesn't make tackles, or game changing plays. I just don't get it. He has been the one constant LB on a defense that hasn't been very good for a few years, quite frankly. He has been invisible, and I don't want to hear it's because he is "funneling" plays to other guys who are then not making the tackle. He's invisible because he is a big, slow LB who plays poor in space. Period.

    I truly believe if he was shifted to a DE spot (perhaps stealing time from Osi) and a true LB was shifted to his spot, the defense would perform better.
    what LB on the Giants has been a game changer on any type of consistent basis???? Boley a here and there....thats about it...and he's nicked up often.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GameTime View Post
    what LB on the Giants has been a game changer on any type of consistent basis???? Boley a here and there....thats about it...and he's nicked up often.
    Its true we've ignored our linebackers for years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burier View Post
    Its true we've ignored our linebackers for years.

    Is Lance Briggs still demanding a trade?
    he wants to play TE for the Cowboys. He likes the way Romo throws the ball and he has developed a chemistry with him....lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by GameTime View Post
    he wants to play TE for the Cowboys. He likes the way Romo throws the ball and he has developed a chemistry with him....lol
    Good show.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GameTime View Post
    what LB on the Giants has been a game changer on any type of consistent basis???? Boley a here and there....thats about it...and he's nicked up often.
    None of them. It's been a problem. Look at the traditionally dominant defenses over the years...they all have All-Pro Level linebackers. 49ers, Steelers, Ravens, Bears.

    I love Reese but this has been one problem he hasn't been able to fix yet. He keeps throwing band-aids on the gaping wound. He drafted Sintim high to be an answer but he turned out to be the worst one yet.

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