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    Quote Originally Posted by Morehead State View Post
    Tiki may have been a dope at the end, but he was a heck of a football player, and played his *** off every play. Not to mention all the off season training he did to be the very best player he could be.
    Tiki carried horrible teams on his back

    overrated my ***

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morehead State View Post
    Tiki may have been a dope at the end, but he was a heck of a football player, and played his *** off every play. Not to mention all the off season training he did to be the very best player he could be.
    This is all I need to see:

    His LAST 5 years: Rush / Rec
    2002- 16 GAMES 1387yds 4.6ypc 11TDs / 69rec 597yds
    2003- 16 GAMES 1216yds 4.4ypc 2TDs / 69rec 461yds
    2004- 16 GAMES 1518yds 4.7ypc 13TDs / 52rec 578yds
    2005- 16 GAMES 1860yds 5.2ypc 9TDs / 54rec 530yds
    2006- 16 GAMES 1662yds 5.1ypc 5TDs / 58rec 465yds

    over 10K career rushing yards and over 5K receiving yards.

    Imagine if he didnt retire at 31? He got better with age.
    "It wasnt Eli's fault he threw that interception"

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    Quote Originally Posted by King Sully View Post
    Tiki is underrated, and I'm not afraid to say it, he CARRIED the team from the early 2000's right up until Eli really took over the reigns of the offense.
    +1. Tiki was an excellent Giant for many years. And I find it hard to believe that Gifford is considered "underrated" because he's always mentioned with the all time Giants greats.

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    Trench guys are always the most under-rated un-glorified positions, so the most under-rated player would be a guy like Erik Howard, Jim Burt, David Diehl, Bart Oates, etc.

    I agree with the poster who said Shockey was the most over-rated. After a great rookie year, he wasn't anything special. But the all time most over-rated Giant is Jonas Seawright!!!
    Do not feed the trolls.

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    Tiki Barber is the best back in Giants history. Otis Anderson? I love Otis but you have got to be kidding me. Another NFL.com rating gone bad. With Sapp telling me why Rice was better than Stray, those awful top 100 rankings, and now this I find NFL.com good for stats only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B&RWarrior View Post
    Tiki Barber is the best back in Giants history. Otis Anderson? I love Otis but you have got to be kidding me. Another NFL.com rating gone bad. With Sapp telling me why Rice was better than Stray, those awful top 100 rankings, and now this I find NFL.com good for stats only.
    Can't watch them anymore, they are so bias in their opinion of almost any Giant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by King Sully View Post
    Tiki is underrated, and I'm not afraid to say it, he CARRIED the team from the early 2000's right up until Eli really took over the reigns of the offense.
    I agree!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheAnalyst View Post
    This is all I need to see:

    His LAST 5 years: Rush / Rec
    2002- 16 GAMES 1387yds 4.6ypc 11TDs / 69rec 597yds
    2003- 16 GAMES 1216yds 4.4ypc 2TDs / 69rec 461yds
    2004- 16 GAMES 1518yds 4.7ypc 13TDs / 52rec 578yds
    2005- 16 GAMES 1860yds 5.2ypc 9TDs / 54rec 530yds
    2006- 16 GAMES 1662yds 5.1ypc 5TDs / 58rec 465yds

    over 10K career rushing yards and over 5K receiving yards.

    Imagine if he didnt retire at 31? He got better with age.
    No other NYG running back posted numbers even close to those. It's time to "let bye gones be bye gones" and give this guy the credit he deserves!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Blue57 View Post
    No NYG back never posted numbers even close to those. It's time to "let bye gones be bye gones" and give this guy the credit he deserves!
    I always gave him NFL player credit, just not human being credit. Lets face it, he is a ******bag.
    "It wasnt Eli's fault he threw that interception"

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoanokeFan View Post
    I think the Tiki pick is off myself. He did a lot for this team on the field.
    Seriously.

    Maybe he was including broadcasting careers ... ?

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