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    Smile Best O line

    From the 80's on who were our best anyone listed before the 80'S will be a wasted vote. You can only vote 1 for each position.Will post the results who we pick as the all time O line players

    Think I am bored



    LT LG C RG RT
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    I don't even remember who the o-line was until I really started paying attention... it was about the time o'hara and seubert came onboard.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Toadofsteel View Post
    I don't even remember who the o-line was until I really started paying attention... it was about the time o'hara and seubert came

    onboard.
    also I imagine a NYG fan and not paying attention to the most important part of a team go figure what a DUH I am

    all I know or can vote for would be O'hara for C and Snee for RG man thats bad. lol
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    Thats because while I've been a fan since 1994 (As long as I can remember really), I didn't have an appreciation for the game of football itself until about 2002 or so...


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    HE DRAFTED ELI MANNING?

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    okay, were doomed! season over folks. it was nice knowing the giants while it lasted!

    see you in 2016

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    Left Tackle: Jumbo Elliot
    Left Guard: William Roberts (serious consideration Rich Seubert)
    Center: Bart Oates
    Right Guard: Chris Snee
    Right Tackle: Kareem McKenzie

    Giants fan since the early 80s

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    Honorable mention: Karl Nelson (right tackle, 1983-1989)....also a great comeback story (missed 1987 with a form of Hogkins).

    "The Suburbanites" were a great line....

    Brad Benson (LT)
    Chris Godfrey (LG)
    Bart Oates (C)
    Billy Ard (RG)
    Karl Nelson (RT)
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    Quote Originally Posted by joemorrisforprez View Post
    Honorable mention: Karl Nelson (right tackle, 1983-1989)....also a great comeback story (missed 1987 with a form of Hogkins).

    "The Suburbanites" were a great line....

    Brad Benson (LT)
    Chris Godfrey (LG)
    Bart Oates (C)
    Billy Ard (RG)
    Karl Nelson (RT)
    They were very good as a unit, but hardly good as individuals other that Oates
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    [QUOTE=ny06;682486]
    Left Guard: William Roberts (serious consideration Rich Seubert)
    /QUOTE]

    Bro, William Roberts (along with the Elliot and Oats) was a probowler in 90-91, dude was a stud.

    LT - Jumbo Elliot (Stud, except vs Bruce Smith)
    LG- William Roberts (Stud)
    C - Bart Oats (Stud - when Parcells needed 2yds, he ran behind the left side - Oats, Roberts and Elliot)
    RG - Ron Stone (no one ever talks about him, but he opened some big holes for Tiki)
    RT - Doug Riesenberg (blocked Reggie White one-on-one)
    TE -Mark Bavaro (see RT)

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    What?! No Luke Petitgout?


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    Some of the other O line stand outs were: Brian Williams @ Center; Eric Moore and Bob Kratch @ Guard. These guys were instrumental in winning SB XXV.

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