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    The Giants have pretty much always had mediocre WRs though....you can't make a crappy statement like "he had the best 5 yrs of any WR on the Giants"
    There are a lot of teams that never had STUD WRs.....that doesnt mean that the best they HAD makes that player something special!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPizzack View Post
    I said there have always been better WRs...I didnt say anything about the Giants....
    We were just talking about the Giants offense and Wrs brahh. Get wit it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dezzzR View Post
    We were just talking about the Giants offense and Wrs brahh. Get wit it.
    ok, well I see that...it doesnt change my opinion that many other teams had significantly better than anything Nicks could offer us....
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    All this WR talk reminds me that we have just one proven WR.... After that zilch

    Gee I wonder how Detroit will game plan for our passing game

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    Quote Originally Posted by egyptian420 View Post
    All this WR talk reminds me that we have just one proven WR.... After that zilch
    Gee I wonder how Detroit will game plan for our passing game
    So do most teams who aren't the Chicago Bears. haha

    also....we can work more of those screens and short passes against Detroit...their front 4 is better than anything else on their team...but tbh, I'd be comfortable passing on Detroit anyway...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPizzack View Post
    ok, well I see that...it doesnt change my opinion that many other teams had significantly better than anything Nicks could offer us....
    After Nicks and Fitz first 3 years they both had 24 TDs. Nicks played in fewer games.

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    He had more TDs in his first three years than Megatron as well.

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    better than Marshall

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    better than vjax, desean, julio, welker.

    Green had more and Colston had the same.

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    I ranked them all on receptions and yardage, not scores...Gronkowski averages over 10 TDs a season, but much less yardage since he's a red zone target.

    all those guys had no name QBs throwing to them on low scoring teams. their upside is that they hauled in EVERYTHING you threw at them!
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