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    KEY TO WINNING NEXT TWO GAMES - BENCH HAKEEM NICKS

    I am a big Nicks fan, WHEN HEALTHY.

    Now he is nothing more than a decoy out there...can't go up for the ball and can't run crisp outs. He is a major liability for the Giants. Knowing Eli, he will constantly throw to him with no avail.

    We have talented and fresh guys at receiver - If we are creative with the offense we can have a nice underneath and over the top game with some of the guys we have....BUT we have killdrive running the offense so I doubt he can think beyond his 1980s box.

    Expect Nicks to play and expect a crippled offense.

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    It won't happen. They wouldn't even temp IR him early in the season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flip Empty View Post
    It won't happen. They wouldn't even temp IR him early in the season.
    It's a shame...did we not dominate the SF game without Nicks?

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    To late now. They should not have played him until after the bye.

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    Hakeem is one of my fav players...but i agree with this. He's hurt and has no speed & doesn't get any separation. He's a warrior for trying to be out there every week, but at this point hes hurting the team more than he's helping IMO

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    No, we don't bench him because the Ravens defense suck, just like ours

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    He didn't look like a decoy when he beat Atlanta's CB and safety deep. Not his fault Eli didn't hit him for a sure touchdown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DownWitJPP View Post
    Hakeem is one of my fav players...but i agree with this. He's hurt and has no speed & doesn't get any separation. He's a warrior for trying to be out there every week, but at this point hes hurting the team more than he's helping IMO
    i gotta agree. i couldnt help but wonder what a healthy nicks would mean for our record and how the offense has looked, and also wondered if playing barden/randle/jj isnt smarter. surely we should be lowering the snaps nicks get but...?

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    KEY TO WINNING THE NEXT TWO GAMES?.....

    STOP THE OTHER TEAMS RUNNING GAME!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by titwio View Post
    He didn't look like a decoy when he beat Atlanta's CB and safety deep. Not his fault Eli didn't hit him for a sure touchdown.
    THIS THIS THIS

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