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    Giants' Kick Returner David Wilson Named AP Second Team All-Pro

    http://www.giants101.com/2013/01/12/...-team-all-pro/

    Excerpt: "The incredible season New York Giants rookie running back David Wilson had continued to receive its due recognition on Saturday as the NFL announced first and second-team AP All Pros. Wilson, who set a franchise record with 1,533 kick return yards, was named a second-team All Pro at kick returner. Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones was named first-team All Pro.

    Jones led the way with an incredible 37 1/2 votes, while Wilson tallied three. Buffalo Bills' Leodis McKelvin (2 1/2), Seattle Seahawks' Leon Washington (2), Tennessee Titans' (and former Giant) Darius Reynaud (2), Green Bay Packers' Randall Cobb (1), Miami Dolphins' Marcus Thigpen (1) and Cleveland Browns' Josh Cribbs (1) all also received votes." Read more...
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    Hot **** bro... Rookie all-pro, even if second team, is nothing to laugh at.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toadofsteel View Post
    Hot **** bro... Rookie all-pro, even if second team, is nothing to laugh at.
    He's building a resume for a BIG contract in a few years
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    Now let's see what he can do out of the backfield, with a year's experience in him. I hope he spends some time with Hynoski during the offseason learning how to block...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toadofsteel View Post
    Now let's see what he can do out of the backfield, with a year's experience in him. I hope he spends some time with Hynoski during the offseason learning how to block...
    You know, if Brown comes back completely healed, having Wilson, Brown, and Hynoski available should make our running game significantly better IF we address the right side of the line. We do have Locklear if he recovers from his injury. Just how much of an improvement over Diehl is that though?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoanokeFan View Post
    He's building a resume for a BIG contract in a few years
    He's gonna be asking for adrian peterson type of money soon lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoanokeFan View Post
    http://www.giants101.com/2013/01/12/...-team-all-pro/

    Excerpt: "The incredible season New York Giants rookie running back David Wilson had continued to receive its due recognition on Saturday as the NFL announced first and second-team AP All Pros. Wilson, who set a franchise record with 1,533 kick return yards, was named a second-team All Pro at kick returner. Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones was named first-team All Pro.

    Jones led the way with an incredible 37 1/2 votes, while Wilson tallied three. Buffalo Bills' Leodis McKelvin (2 1/2), Seattle Seahawks' Leon Washington (2), Tennessee Titans' (and former Giant) Darius Reynaud (2), Green Bay Packers' Randall Cobb (1), Miami Dolphins' Marcus Thigpen (1) and Cleveland Browns' Josh Cribbs (1) all also received votes." Read more...
    and to think this kid warmed the bench for the majority of the season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloud57 View Post
    He's gonna be asking for adrian peterson type of money soon lol
    Not soon, he's under a rookie contract for 4years, 3 to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ELI_HOF_NYG View Post
    and to think this kid warmed the bench for the majority of the season.
    How did he make the All-Pro Team warming the bench?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoanokeFan View Post
    You know, if Brown comes back completely healed, having Wilson, Brown, and Hynoski available should make our running game significantly better IF we address the right side of the line. We do have Locklear if he recovers from his injury. Just how much of an improvement over Diehl is that though?
    We need 2 or 3 upgrades on our depth as well on the OL plus the left side is pretty ordinary by NFL standards. lol, you could add the "center of our line" to the list of ordinary things about our OL. Only Snee is above average and he is now in the "aging" category.
    No one remembers who came in second.

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