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    Austin, Beatty, Herzlich, Prince and Jernigen



    what to expect from these guys next year?




    Austin - he has a lot to prove. He hasn't played ball for two years and you know the Giants are going to draft a DT in this draft to put the heat on him.




    Beatty - Not a believer in this kid. He cant stay healthy and he doesn't seem to have the nasty demeanor that Giants O-Line typically has.




    Herlich - I expect him to take some time learning and getting stronger. He is still not the player we was at BC and maybe he will never be. But, I do feel that he will be back next year and will provide some solid LB depth.




    Prince - I like what I see from this kid. This year was tough for him with the injury and down the stretch, he proved that has the ability to be a great player, just needs reps.




    Jernigen - Along the same lines with Prince, The kid needs reps. If Manningham departs that may give him a shot to have a bigger role in the offense. Jury is still out.

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    Round 2 - David Yankey, OG - Stanford
    Round 3 - Allen Robinson, WR - Penn State
    Round 4 - Anthony Johnson, DT - LSU
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    Round 6 - Andrew Jackson, ILB - W. Kentucky
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    Re: Austin, Beatty, Herzlich, Prince and Jernigen

    Beatty cant stay healthy? He had a complete fluke injury. He played much better than Diehl at LT.


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    [quote user="slipknottin"]Beatty cant stay healthy? He had a complete fluke injury. He played much better than Diehl at LT.[/quote]




    Fluke or not...is it still an injury?




    Sammy Sosa threw his back out sneezing. Fluke? yes. But, still an injury.

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    Round 3 - Allen Robinson, WR - Penn State
    Round 4 - Anthony Johnson, DT - LSU
    Round 5 - Rashaad Reynolds, CB - Oregon State
    Round 6 - Andrew Jackson, ILB - W. Kentucky
    Round 7 - ** Traded for Jon Beason **

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    Re: Austin, Beatty, Herzlich, Prince and Jernigen

    Prince has got burned a couple times during the season (lack of practice, just came back from injury)

    His coverage in the postseason however was very solid. Sort of like Ross in Supe 42.

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    Re: Austin, Beatty, Herzlich, Prince and Jernigen

    Beatty is solid. He still have to get some experience under his belt but he was surprisingly good this year.

    Petrus did a good job also.

    These guys were pressed into action and performed really well.

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    Re: Austin, Beatty, Herzlich, Prince and Jernigen

    [quote user="Shockeyitus"]


    Fluke or not...is it still an injury?




    Sammy Sosa threw his back out sneezing. Fluke? yes. But, still an injury.

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    having a fluke injury once doesnt mean you are unable to stay healthy.

    Really none of his injuries are related to conditioning or anything like that. He broke a bone in his foot and had a detached retina.

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    Re: Austin, Beatty, Herzlich, Prince and Jernigen

    Prince's anticipation and tackle yesterday showed he's become much more confident and comfortable in this system.

    He knew where the ball was going, drove on it, and drilled Hernandez. Outstanding to see that type of play from a rookie who really had a tough stretch when he came back.

    He'll be starting next year, most likely.

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    Re: Austin, Beatty, Herzlich, Prince and Jernigen

    [quote user="slipknottin"][quote user="Shockeyitus"]


    Fluke or not...is it still an injury?




    Sammy Sosa threw his back out sneezing. Fluke? yes. But, still an injury.




    [/quote] having a fluke injury once doesnt mean you are unable to stay healthy. Really none of his injuries are related to conditioning or anything like that. He broke a bone in his foot and had a detached retina.[/quote]




    It doesn't matter if they were/weren't due to conditioning or football. They are still injuries that prevented him from being on the field. The kid is a ginger and needs to prove that he can stay healthy and put together a full season. Giants wont wait around for him, with the way Eli is playing. They need to win now and continue to put reliable pieces around Manning.




    I'm from Red Sox country and no one wasmore of a ginger than JD (Nancy) Drew. Great talent, but couldnt stay on the field.

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    2014 Draft:
    Round 1 - Eric Ebron, TE - North Carolina
    Round 2 - David Yankey, OG - Stanford
    Round 3 - Allen Robinson, WR - Penn State
    Round 4 - Anthony Johnson, DT - LSU
    Round 5 - Rashaad Reynolds, CB - Oregon State
    Round 6 - Andrew Jackson, ILB - W. Kentucky
    Round 7 - ** Traded for Jon Beason **

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    Re: Austin, Beatty, Herzlich, Prince and Jernigen

    Jernigan looked sick on some of those returns.... I can't wait to see him more

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    Re: Austin, Beatty, Herzlich, Prince and Jernigen

    [quote user="MikeIsaGiant"]Jernigan looked sick on some of those returns.... I can't wait to see him more[/quote]

    Earlier this year he scared the hell out of me. He seemed very uncomfortable with returning kicks and maybe even scared but he did well in the Superbowl. I wouldn't mind seeing more of him on returns.

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