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    Any chance Jacobs and Osi are back next year?

    Personally I hope so. If we keep them, then we wont need to draft high at these positions.

    I definetly want the draft to go: LB, CB, OL
    in the first 3 rounds

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    Re: Any chance Jacobs and Osi are back next year?

    They are both under contract for next year, so they could certainly return.

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    Re: Any chance Jacobs and Osi are back next year?

    Well there is certainly a chance. Jacobs will need to restructure or make his salary more cap friendly (more incentive packed).

    Osi, I hope so. He is a nice tool to have and for his caliber or potential caliber, he really is coming at a bargain. I can't justify sending him off to Baltimore or Seattle or whoever for a third or fourth round pick.

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    Re: Any chance Jacobs and Osi are back next year?

    LOL obviously Jacobs will be back. Next to eli and Cruz he is our bet offensive weapon. OSI should be traded.

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    Re: Any chance Jacobs and Osi are back next year?

    [quote user="53canton"]Personally I hope so. If we keep them, then we wont need to draft high at these positions.

    I definetly want the draft to go: LB, CB, OL
    in the first 3 rounds[/quote] Agree. I'm a big Osi, Bj fan. They bring much needed fire to the Giants attitudes.

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    Re: Any chance Jacobs and Osi are back next year?

    i still like Osi, even though he is a primmadonna. I'd like to see him retire a Giant to be honest.

    i like twinkle toes, especially when he runs angry, where Eli is quiet and diplomatic, Jake's loud and barbaric.

    yin yang-like

    I'd like him to retire a Giant too

    (I greatly look forward to Osi, Justin, Jason, Chris, Linval, Dave and Marvelous Marv in a front-4 rotation next season !!!)


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    Re: Any chance Jacobs and Osi are back next year?

    [quote user="gmen0820"]Well there is certainly a chance. Jacobs will need to restructure or make his salary more cap friendly (more incentive packed).

    Osi, I hope so. He is a nice tool to have and for his caliber or potential caliber, he really is coming at a bargain. I can't justify sending him off to Baltimore or Seattle or whoever for a third or fourth round pick.[/quote]

    Jacobs already restructured, which helped the team re-sign Bradshaw. Hopefully they use him better next year...

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    Re: Any chance Jacobs and Osi are back next year?

    It's too early to tell for good but my gut says that Jacobs has the better chance of staying. He's restructured to help the team and is one of the few vocal guys on this team.

    Don't think we will know for certain really until the season is over and we see what we draft.

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    Re: Any chance Jacobs and Osi are back next year?

    [quote user="TheEnigma"]It's too early to tell for good but my gut says that Jacobs has the better chance of staying. He's restructured to help the team and is one of the few vocal guys on this team. Don't think we will know for certain really until the season is over and we see what we draft.[/quote]I agree, way too early to speculate especially with Dallas 2 days away.
    No one remembers who came in second.

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    Re: Any chance Jacobs and Osi are back next year?

    Osi is already gone, he punched his ticket out of town with that training camp holdout. He played every card he had to get more money and lost. Then on top of that the emergence of JPP seals it.

    Just a few weeks ago we were all agreed Jacobs was gone, too much trouble, too much mouth, and little performance to back it up. Let's not let one or two good showings cloud that. IMO Jacobs and Bradshaw are both past their primes and RBs have short shelf lives, let's move on.
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