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    Hurry up offense

    I wonder if the Giants will ever consider to go into the "hurry up" offense earleier in the game. Eli thrives in those situations. I'd like to see them slip that in once in a while.

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    I think they should use some hurry up on the 49ers to suprise them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TroyArcher View Post
    I wonder if the Giants will ever consider to go into the "hurry up" offense earleier in the game. Eli thrives in those situations. I'd like to see them slip that in once in a while.
    Love the idea. Never gonna happen. look who our coaches are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qndarius3 View Post
    Love the idea. Never gonna happen. look who our coaches are.
    This. Ain't happening. They will only do this if they are trailing. It's mind boggling why they don't do this more often earlier in games, Maybe not all the time, but every now and then just to keep your opponents guessing and off balance. Also, how about some passing pays with two RB's lined up in the backfield?

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    Quote Originally Posted by I Bleed Blue View Post
    This. Ain't happening. They will only do this if they are trailing. It's mind boggling why they don't do this more often earlier in games, Maybe not all the time, but every now and then just to keep your opponents guessing and off balance. Also, how about some passing pays with two RB's lined up in the backfield?
    I have been wishing they would do this occasionally for years. I will never second guess TC as he knows what he is doing, but I have always wondered why not throw it in now and again, not even in every game, but occasionally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I Bleed Blue View Post
    This. Ain't happening. They will only do this if they are trailing. It's mind boggling why they don't do this more often earlier in games, Maybe not all the time, but every now and then just to keep your opponents guessing and off balance. Also, how about some passing pays with two RB's lined up in the backfield?
    how about 2 RBs, 1 FB, the old wishbone ... scoring 30 points per game is boring .... i think there should be a contest every week where a fan can call the plays .... we'd only score 3 points per game, but you guys would be psyched
    Apologize to Melo 5

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    It'll happen eventually. Not sure if they'll do it with nicks out though. Can't see Randle going with a fast paced no huddle. Too early for te youngster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moke View Post
    It'll happen eventually. Not sure if they'll do it with nicks out though. Can't see Randle going with a fast paced no huddle. Too early for te youngster.
    I never thought about that. You are right.

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    Very good idea ! I'll talk to Tom about it.................Also don't let Smith have to much time to throw the ball.............RUSH HIM ! RUSH HIM ! & Sack him !

    Go Giants !

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    Gilbride has already said he prefers to keep it for when they need it. Do it all the time and teams will begin preparing for it. It could limit its effectiveness in crunch time.

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