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    JPP Warns RGIII: "Don't Bring it to My Side"


    http://www.nydailynews.com/blogs/gia...-it-to-my-side

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    Jason Pierre-Paul has seen the speed of Robert Griffin III and he knows the Redskins quarterback will try to run on the Giants’ defense on Sunday. But JPP had a warning for RGIII.

    “Don’t bring it to my side,” Pierre-Paul said. “Go the other way.”

    Not that Pierre-Paul expects Griffin to have much success going in that direction either, now that the Giants’ defense has rediscovered it’s confidence after their dominant performance in San Francisco last Sunday. Griffin may be the fastest quarterback in the NFL, and he may have run for 379 yards and six touchdowns his first six games in the league.

    But Pierre-Paul think RGIII will have his hands full against a Giants’ defense that might be faster than any he’s ever seen.

    “Trust me, we chase quarterbacks all time,” Pierre-Paul said. “We turn and run to the ball, no matter what. He may get past us and zoom right past us, but trust me we’re right behind him. You’ve got to respect that too. It’s not all about the speed. We’ve got guys, all 11 guys that can run to the ball very quick." Read more...
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    Hopefully someone can put a big hit on him early and shake him up. We need better contain than against Vick. Their RB is playing well too.

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    SOOOOOOO MUCH TRASH TALKING.

    Uh..go Giants?

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    Maybe it's just me, but if I was Tuck or Umenyiora I would be embarassed after hearing that. This kid who's in his 3rd season can basically indirectly state that he's the best DE and he can certainly back it up and they know it. In other words, he's telling them if they want to succeed in running the ball, they're better off running on Osi or Tuck's side, and he's 100% accurate.

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    I am surprised no one has said, shut up and play yet. I am pretty sure if it was Osi this thread would be 10 pages long now, or Tuck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rainierjef View Post
    I am surprised no one has said, shut up and play yet. I am pretty sure if it was Osi this thread would be 10 pages long now, or Tuck.
    It would be 10 pages, and rightfully so.
    Uh..go Giants?

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    “Don’t throw it to my side,” Amukamara said. “Throw the other way.”

    “Don’t run it into my lane,” Joseph said. “Go the other way.”

    “Don’t try and blitz me,” Manning said. “Try and...well, whatever it is, it won't work.”
    3/25/14 - Updated Mock with 5th round comp pick

    1. Anthony Barr, Defensive End, UCLA
    2. Marcus Martin, Center Guard, USC
    3. Anthony Johnson, Defensive Nostril Tackle, LSU
    4. Marcel Jensen, Offensive End, Fresno State
    5. Wesley Johnson, Offensive Any Guard, Vanderbilt
    5. Aaron Colvin, Defensive Halfback, Oklahoma
    6. Storm Johnson, Guy Who Runs With Football, UCF

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainierjef View Post
    I am surprised no one has said, shut up and play yet. I am pretty sure if it was Osi this thread would be 10 pages long now, or Tuck.
    Because he can back it up

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainierjef View Post
    I am surprised no one has said, shut up and play yet. I am pretty sure if it was Osi this thread would be 10 pages long now, or Tuck.
    You have to admit that JPP seems to have been the only motivated DE for a few weeks. Let's face it, this crap doesn't translate into anything meaningful on the field. If RGIII sees a lane, he's going to take it no matter where it is.

    HOWEVER, I found it very interesting that Fewell played Kiwanuka with his hand in the dirt for all but one play at LB against the 49ers. I think his other snaps were evenly distributed between DE and DT and for the first time this season, we had a respectable DLine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudyy View Post
    and rightfully so.
    I gotta disagree rudster and here's why.

    We all know, and this has been public knowledge for some time now that Osi is a speed rusher, he gets to the QB and strips the ball. Is he a run stopper? No! not built for it with his technique and style of play. Tuck on the other hand, by all purposes of the meaning an all around DE, stops the run, applies pressure with technique, power and sometimes speed against slower tackles.

    With the limited pressure up the middle by our DT's, forcing the QB back into Osi's strike zone, his line to the QB is shortened. Often he has to in cut on some of his rushes, to make up for the time lost by curving the rush with straight speed. Couple with the fact that he's too is getting chipped and double blocked. As we saw with the eagles game, while it might look like Osi over shot the Rush, look at where the QB was in the pocket ( in terms of yards away fromthe line of scrimmage.) I am certain if the QB was forced back some extra yards it would of closed off his lanes and Osi with the speed would of forced hime to tuck's side or got the sack. I say this becuase i feel while the numbers tell a different story, i think Osi and Tuck are still dominant DE's in this league, but in order to do the DE's job in a 4-3 scheme you need pressure up the middle as well or at least collapse the pocket, close off as many gaps or pick up as many double teams as possible. Kuhn's not doing it, Austin's not doing it, Joseph has been great but not consistent, Bernard has been surprising but also not consistent and injuered.

    I agree as well that sometimes you gotta suck it up and beat your personal assignements, no excuses; but I feel that the lack of pressure up the middle is a catalysis as to why the DE's have looked dissmal to date, in comparison to last year. I think we need to re-eval once Canty returns to see if it is infact a DE issue versus a D-Line issue.

    srry for the extended explanation.
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