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    Quote Originally Posted by Redeyejedi View Post
    With the new hires at OC and QB coach there are some hints to what the new Giant offense will like. 1 player that could benefit greatly from the OC change is Jerrel Jernigan who never quite got his skill set maximized why Gilbride was the OC. Gilbride never quite figured out how to get 2 inside receivers going at the same time and the Giants lack of imagination involving personnel packages and formations doomed Jernigan. While at Troy Jernigan was lined up all over the field, in fact he had 48 rushing attempts his Senior year and finished 10th in the Nation in all purpose yards. Jernigan was used in the exact same way Randall Cobb of the Green Bay Packers was used at Kentucky.However when Jernigan reached the NFL the different formations and plays designed to get him the ball in space stopped while the Packers utilized those skills from Cobb. Now with the new direction of the offense beginning to take shape Jernigan may finally start seeing the plays called for him that Jerry Reese envisioned when selecting the Troy WR. With the loss of Nicks imminent getting offensive production from the entire offense could limit the sting and make the Giants harder to defend. Seeing how Cobb and Brandin Cooks from Langsdorf's Oregon State offense have been utilized its quite possible in 2014 Jernigan will be deployed in a similar fashion
    I don't think Jerrigan's problem was Gilbride

    !st of all Jerrigan had self-fumled a kick return, hitting the ball with his own knee

    that was frowned upon

    When Jerrigan finally got his shot he made the most of it......even eliciting a rare player compliment by the Owner of the team.
    Jerrigan's future now seems quite sweet

    No need to worry about him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redeyejedi View Post
    With the new hires at OC and QB coach there are some hints to what the new Giant offense will like. 1 player that could benefit greatly from the OC change is Jerrel Jernigan who never quite got his skill set maximized why Gilbride was the OC. Gilbride never quite figured out how to get 2 inside receivers going at the same time and the Giants lack of imagination involving personnel packages and formations doomed Jernigan. While at Troy Jernigan was lined up all over the field, in fact he had 48 rushing attempts his Senior year and finished 10th in the Nation in all purpose yards. Jernigan was used in the exact same way Randall Cobb of the Green Bay Packers was used at Kentucky.However when Jernigan reached the NFL the different formations and plays designed to get him the ball in space stopped while the Packers utilized those skills from Cobb. Now with the new direction of the offense beginning to take shape Jernigan may finally start seeing the plays called for him that Jerry Reese envisioned when selecting the Troy WR. With the loss of Nicks imminent getting offensive production from the entire offense could limit the sting and make the Giants harder to defend. Seeing how Cobb and Brandin Cooks from Langsdorf's Oregon State offense have been utilized its quite possible in 2014 Jernigan will be deployed in a similar fashion
    I agree and I hope he is utilized as such. I'm glad our OC is from the Packers' staff as he knows exactly how they utilized similar players to Jernigan.

    However, all of this will be possible when, and only when, this dreadful o-line is fixed and Eli steps up his game.

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    If the Oline was that dreadful how on earth did we win 7 of our last 10 games? Puzzling

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    Quote Originally Posted by BParcells777 View Post
    I don't think Jerrigan's problem was Gilbride

    !st of all Jerrigan had self-fumled a kick return, hitting the ball with his own knee

    that was frowned upon

    When Jerrigan finally got his shot he made the most of it......even eliciting a rare player compliment by the Owner of the team.
    Jerrigan's future now seems quite sweet

    No need to worry about him.
    Jakk is back!!! What up dog!
    In the tough times we find out who we are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmen46 View Post
    Right. Because playing in the NFL is JUST like playing in HS. And Coughlin is lying, according to you. Why would he lie about his assessment of Jernigan? I mean, really, why would he publicly lie about that? You don't think that would come out, if he were?
    It's an end around. The QB hands you the ball and you make a play. It's a running play. It was the type of play he excelled at in COLLEGE, if high school is causing you concerns. He doesn't need to know how to block, run routes, get separation, play against the bumb and run, or anything else. He just has to make a play.

    TC has an ego like any other man. At the end of the season last year TC was telling us there was no schematic problem with our offense, players just weren't executing. Well we know that's bull****. It's not about lying. It's more about TC not wanting to admit that he didn't have the right plan for developing personnel in this instance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BParcells777 View Post
    If the Oline was that dreadful how on earth did we win 7 of our last 10 games? Puzzling
    Great day and facing back up QB's.......look what happened against SD and Seattle

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    Quote Originally Posted by BParcells777 View Post
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    Oh for the love of crap...

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    We need a tight end,
    repeat, again and again
    ToadofSteel's mantra.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B&RWarrior View Post
    It's an end around. The QB hands you the ball and you make a play. It's a running play. It was the type of play he excelled at in COLLEGE, if high school is causing you concerns. He doesn't need to know how to block, run routes, get separation, play against the bumb and run, or anything else. He just has to make a play.

    TC has an ego like any other man. At the end of the season last year TC was telling us their was no schematic problem with our offense, players just weren't executing. Well we know that's bull****. It's not about lying. It's more about TC not wanting to admit that he didn't have the right plan for developing personnel in this instance.
    Bravo!

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