No. Two ones he's gone! Well, one and two and I'd launch Mister Mediocre!
Last edited by STAR; 12-06-2013 at 09:20 AM.
Then again, TRent Richardson was traded for a 1st rounder. So maybe they could get a 1st.
This opportunity reminds me of the Yankees and Cano. The Yankees should of traded him and Kuroda during the year. Those 2 would of netted some great prospects for the future. Nicks would of done the same.
Last edited by TheAnalyst; 12-06-2013 at 09:24 AM.
Oh man this is tough one...
I would if he came at a lower price... Then I would get a more mobile QB b/c I think he could buy a bit more time for the KG passing tree to open up with his legs... Or getting a very high rated OL and start looking at the guys we already drafted maybe?
I want to see Eli in a new system before I throw in the towel in him. He is smart and will adjust.
Never, it doesn't make sense.
Will Hill is the J.R. Smith of the NFL.
First of all...Eli isn't worth a first round pick (and don't give me Carson Palmer..the Raiders were stupid and that trade blew up in their face)
Secondly..it STILL wouldn't be good for us since we have no one to replace him.
It is CLEARLY time to start the process of developing the next Giants QB. May not be Nassib but we have to start. Maybe that's what JR was thinking with Nassib...Don't know.
"Phil Simms is the greatest QB in Giants history" ........Mahatma Gandhi
Manning is king of the comebacks, having engineered 24 fourth-quarter comebacks and 28 game-winning drives, including two in the final minutes of Super Bowls XLVI and XLII. Moreover, his quarterback rating rises to 94.2 in "late-and-close" games. With numerous comebacks, eight postseason victories and a pair of Super Bowl MVPs under his belt, few have been better with the game on the line.
For me to Entertain trading Eli it would need to be more. I'm not a Eli guy but know how important a quality QB is. Perfect world Eli restructures his deal and plays two more years and a Qb is developed. Next year for Eli will determine what happens going forward.