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    Can the New York Giants Still Rely on Justin Tuck?

    By Adam Martini | Yahoo! Contributor Network Fri, Mar 1, 2013 1:31 PM EST

    http://sports.yahoo.com/news/york-gi...0659--nfl.html

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    I was starting to believe that the writer knew something about football. He gave a pretty good recap of where Tuck has come up short and may not even be up to ordinary NFL calibre.Then he said the Giants have other option beyond Tuck such as re-signing Osi....................UGH!! Who do they hire to write this stuff?
    No one remembers who came in second.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jomo View Post
    I was starting to believe that the writer knew something about football. He gave a pretty good recap of where Tuck has come up short and may not even be up to ordinary NFL calibre.Then he said the Giants have other option beyond Tuck such as re-signing Osi....................UGH!! Who do they hire to write this stuff?
    Not saying that's a desirable outcome, but that isn't too far fetched what he said

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    No..we can't.

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    Hard to say you can count on him since his last two seasons. Well, with the exception of the last two regular season games and post season anyway. Still, he is not that old and maybe with a good offseason he comes back stronger. He was good against the run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jomo View Post
    I was starting to believe that the writer knew something about football. He gave a pretty good recap of where Tuck has come up short and may not even be up to ordinary NFL calibre.Then he said the Giants have other option beyond Tuck such as re-signing Osi....................UGH!! Who do they hire to write this stuff?
    its an option. we could in theory cut tuck, then re'sign osi

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    and, in theory, if ur gonna keep tuck only as situational pass rusher, wouldnt it make sense to keep the more successful of the two in that one regard? which would be osi...i dont want either really, i mean id prefer both just retire, or take team friendly contracts, but we know thats not how they roll...


    we cant rely on tuck. ya know, maybe its a motor issue with him. it seems like coaches and personnel people are always having to try and hype him up. by his own admission he took some plays off or at least didnt go 100% all out, i dunno...

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    Time for Ojomo in my opinion...
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    Hell to the no. He's a solid run stopper and maybe he'll rebound to 7+ sacks but we need to draft for the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toadofsteel View Post
    Time for Ojomo in my opinion...
    With all due respect but in your opinion you are willing to give Ojomo a chance over Tuck ? Like you already said in another thread we have the 31 st D in the league and you propose this ? Until Ojomo proves otherwise he is just a backup and depth material. I respectfully disagree.
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