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    Nicks set a bad tone

    I had a real bad feeling after he dropped the wide open TD. I like Hakeem but he and the other Giant WR's drop too many passes.

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    [quote user="TroyArcher"]I had a real bad feeling after he dropped the wide open TD. I like Hakeem but he and the other Giant WR's drop too many passes.[/quote]

    I still love Hakeem. Even great WR's have a couple drops. Hakeem has one really bad one today, yes, but people yelling to bench him are nuts.

    I'd be more concerned with a guy like Ballard. That guy drops A LOT of balls.

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    [quote user="TroyArcher"]I had a real bad feeling after he dropped the wide open TD. I like Hakeem but he and the other Giant WR's drop too many passes.[/quote]




    they get down 10 zip and they play like a bunch of disorganized losers.




    What a display of utter lack of balls today. Everything sucked. How do you get swept by the ****ing Redskins!!!!




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    [quote user="Overdrive92"][quote user="TroyArcher"]I had a real bad feeling after he dropped the wide open TD. I like Hakeem but he and the other Giant WR's drop too many passes.[/quote] I still love Hakeem. Even great WR's have a couple drops. Hakeem has one really bad one today, yes, but people yelling to bench him are nuts. I'd be more concerned with a guy like Ballard. That guy drops A LOT of balls.[/quote].........and concerned about MM who 4 years into a career still has problems running a proper route.




    That drop today was a real game changer no doubt about it, however Nick is the real deal and will be a consistent pro-bowl candidate for the next 7-10 years.

    No one remembers who came in second.

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