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    Damontre Moore Believes He Is "Fully Ready" To Play

    http://www.bigblueview.com/2013/11/1...re-paul-injury

    Excerpt: "With Jason Pierre-Paul questionable for Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers up in the air, the New York Giants are considering all of their options to replace the star defensive end. One possible candidate for increased playing time is rookie Damontre Moore.

    The rookie pass-rusher out of Texas A&M began the season on a low note, injuring his shoulder in the first preseason game and missing out on a significant learning period. But Moore has contributed on special teams, and Pierre-Paul's absence from the lineup has the rookie chomping at the bit to show off his skills.

    "We'll see when the time comes ... so I try not to pay too much attention to it, just go in there like I do every week and prepare and just work hard," Moore said Thursday. "I'm excited a little bit. What player wouldn't be naturally excited? At the same time, I just want to go out there and help the team and put them in the best situation, so if that's me out there, JPP if he's willing to go, it doesn't really matter."

    Behind Pierre-Paul on the depth chart is Mathias Kiwanuka, who was slated to start at left defensive end when JPP was a question mark entering Week 1. But according to defensive coordinator Perry Fewell, Moore is definitely a candidate to see more snaps.

    Moore would fill in on surefire pass-rush situations such as third downs and blitz packages, and Fewell would expect to see Moore make an impact when he sees the field.

    "He would definitely be in the picture," he said. "We think he can get after a guy, and if we match him up on the right we think he has value that way in match-ups on the offensive tackles ... (The edge) is where his value comes in and he drops (back) pretty good, too. We did a lot of that with him early in camp, so he has a sense for dropping in coverage and can do some things that can enhance us from a pressure standpoint."

    Asked what the biggest difference in his game is now compared to two months ago, Moore said his preparation. Whether it's picking the brains of veterans, breaking down film or listening to his coaches, Moore's game planning has seen the greatest improvement." Read more...
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    let's hope so. With JPP's latest injury, it will really help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fletch842 View Post
    let's hope so. With JPP's latest injury, it will really help.
    Using Jenkins against the run and Moore against the pass could prove to be the best option
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    I agree with that statement Ro

    Jenkins seemed to play really well at DE against the Raiders

    The Monster is an athletic guy that I would like to see more of as well as A Robinson

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    Why is this man not on the field on most D plays?
    And don't give me the ole 'he has to learn the scheme" crud.....Really...

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    Honestly I think the Future at DE is JPP and Moore

    hard to believe JPP is only 24

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoanokeFan View Post
    Using Jenkins against the run and Moore against the pass could prove to be the best option
    I just hope that they don't go no huddle against us... that's what Peyton would do to force Jenkins onto the field on 3rd down...


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    Quote Originally Posted by NicksNoPicks View Post
    Honestly I think the Future at DE is JPP and Moore

    hard to believe JPP is only 24
    I also think that JPP should be moved to left end and take up the mantle of Strahan. He's an awesome run defender, after all...


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    -Legend of Seawright Throat-Punches Mediocrity.
    -20-page Eli Argument Knocks Out Insanity, Delivers an Early-Season Message

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    Quote Originally Posted by keyofgmen View Post
    Why is this man not on the field on most D plays?
    And don't give me the ole 'he has to learn the scheme" crud.....Really...


    I will give you the he has been recovering from a shoulder injury crud, but learning the playbook is Aldo a requirement
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toadofsteel View Post
    I just hope that they don't go no huddle against us... that's what Peyton would do to force Jenkins onto the field on 3rd down...

    I am less concerned about that with Beason at the defensive helm
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