I think it will be guys like jpp, wilson, and (hopefully) pugh.. picks that on draft day make us go
But in the end make us go
Last edited by Toadofsteel; 07-10-2013 at 09:34 AM.
Fantasy headline quotes:
-Insanity, with "Eye of the Tiger" playing in the background, accumulated the highest point total this week and beat Hakeem Nicks 137.95 - 100.75, overcoming an 18.22-point spread.
-Legend of Seawright Throat-Punches Mediocrity.
-20-page Eli Argument Knocks Out Insanity, Delivers an Early-Season Message
It's the first thing mentioned any time his name comes up in terms of his drafting prowess.
But I agree, it probably won't end up being his best accomplishment as a GM. In the end, GMs end up getting known for some strange stuff. Tex Shramm is less known for being the first Cowboys GM, or hiring Tom Landry or producing the team with the longest winning stretch in the NFL (20 straight winning seasons with the Cowboys) then he is for coining the phrase "America's Team".
Last edited by Kruunch; 07-10-2013 at 10:40 AM.
If I told you needed to play 7 rookies even during your playoff run during crucial game moments- not just trash time- most people would say there is no way we make the SB and win it all. He got 7 immediate impact rookies. It's unreal!
I agree, with the exception of SS and AB, they were pretty much role players, but I think finding above average role players is what great GMs do. I think it's one their most difficult tasks.
Single moves that JR made that I liked were getting JPP when we had Kiwi, J Tuck, and Osi already. People list Prince, but at 19 the value was a gimme, no real genius or bravery exhibited in that move. I like the Hankins pick too, especially because it's over top rated LBs. AB in the seventh may be the best value play ever.
Unfortunately they don't get the recognition they deserve most times. Scott Pioli will probably be known for just being another dead branch in the Belichick tree, rather than being known for having the most players make the Pro Bowl from a team that didn't make the playoffs (2012 Chiefs).
Ross contributed to two superbowls and while he may not of been Revis, he certainly was a very productive pick and I for one am glad hes back in blue.
Smith was a GREAT pick for us, but then he got injured. It isn't like he fizzled out.
Alford same thing, had a career ending injury but progressively got better each year. They had big hopes for him the year he went down.
Deossie is a two time pro bowler special teamer
Boss got his career ended due to injury
Michael Johnson ended up being garbage, but played good his rookie year to help us win a superbowl and was a 7th round pick
And ahmad Bradshaw wasn't just a gem, but in my eyes one of the greatest players to ever put on a Giants jersey. Between toughness and production, AB will always be in my fanatic heart
Fear the name, appreciate the game