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    Great breakdown of the Giants needs and mistakes.

    Don't know if any of you have posted this before but this was great read IMO. This is just a piece of the article/blog, you can read the rest on by clicking on their link below:

    http://www.ultimatenyg.com/2012-arti...-42-phl-7.html



    6) Last week, we commented with some stats on the Jerry Reese distribution of R1-R3 draft picks taken from 2007-2012:

    WR 6
    DL 4
    CB 4
    S 2
    OL, RB, TE, LB 1


    So out of 20 picks, the Giants have taken a whopping total of 2 LBers and OL COMBINED! Restating our comment, "33% of your starters have gotten 10% of the (coveted) resources. And it has reared its ugly head in the past two games (vs ATL and BAL)." It is a passing league, but you still have to keep your QB upright and give the team a chance at converting three 4th down and shorts.



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    Jerry Resse's formula in the early rounds has been a staple mark on our team, pass rushers, play makers at the wr position. Now it's time to beef up the o-line, this offense has the weapons, it just needs the big guys to pave the way.

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    hit the bulls eye the line didnt give a lot of sacks but pressure and hits were way up more so at the end of the year no qb does well when there hit and pressured 15 times a game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flashnando View Post
    Don't know if any of you have posted this before but this was great read IMO. This is just a piece of the article/blog, you can read the rest on by clicking on their link below:

    http://www.ultimatenyg.com/2012-arti...-42-phl-7.html
    Eli was the least sacked QB in the league this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flashnando View Post
    Don't know if any of you have posted this before but this was great read IMO. This is just a piece of the article/blog, you can read the rest on by clicking on their link below:

    http://www.ultimatenyg.com/2012-arti...-42-phl-7.html
    This is nice to know, but now you need to add what free agents were signed in the same time period to get the whole picture.
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    correct he wasnt sacked a lot but he was hit and pressured way to much at the end of the year and it showed in his performance

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    i don't mind reese' philosophy on the early rounds.

    and i don't think he's so rigid in that philosophy that if there was a LBer or OL prospect that the scouts were really excited about he would pass on them because of some strategy.

    someone without two kids under the age of 5 needs to undertake the research project of looking at LBers and OLmen taken right after our picks (reaching half a round early to pick almost any player is stupid) to see who we've passed up on and whether they're contributing at their positions in a way that says we should have taken them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CDN_G-FAN View Post
    i don't mind reese' philosophy on the early rounds.

    and i don't think he's so rigid in that philosophy that if there was a LBer or OL prospect that the scouts were really excited about he would pass on them because of some strategy.

    someone without two kids under the age of 5 needs to undertake the research project of looking at LBers and OLmen taken right after our picks (reaching half a round early to pick almost any player is stupid) to see who we've passed up on and whether they're contributing at their positions in a way that says we should have taken them.
    This past draft, we took David Wilson instead of Cordy Glenn. Reese even admitted that Cordy Glenn was rated higher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kruunch View Post
    This past draft, we took David Wilson instead of Cordy Glenn. Reese even admitted that Cordy Glenn was rated higher.
    i know. i was referring to older drafts (3 years +) so we have a better idea of what the players have become.

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    i look at it like this, we have the skilled positions, aside from corner, all figured out. this draft has no reason to not be a trenches draft

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