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    Suppose Jacobs goes, can Scott replace him?

    I think he can. But it may be smart to maybe get an insurance RB in FA or draft in the latter round.

    I don't think DJ Ware is the guy, he is very injury-prone and not durable.

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    Re: Suppose Jacobs goes, can Scott replace him?

    Too soon IMO, we need a replacement or something. I do expect Scott to get carries next year though.

    He needs to fix the ball-handling problems. Bradshaw needs to help him out

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    Re: Suppose Jacobs goes, can Scott replace him?

    I see what you're getting at but I think Scott is more likely Bradshaw's future replacement than Jacobs.

    I think the possibility of drafting a power back type in the later rounds of the draft could happen.

    Though we could possibly land Doug Martin and then have us a Ray Rice type. Yeah, that would be cool.
    3/25/14 - Updated Mock with 5th round comp pick

    1. Anthony Barr, Defensive End, UCLA
    2. Marcus Martin, Center Guard, USC
    3. Anthony Johnson, Defensive Nostril Tackle, LSU
    4. Marcel Jensen, Offensive End, Fresno State
    5. Wesley Johnson, Offensive Any Guard, Vanderbilt
    5. Aaron Colvin, Defensive Halfback, Oklahoma
    6. Storm Johnson, Guy Who Runs With Football, UCF

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    Re: Suppose Jacobs goes, can Scott replace him?

    [quote user="MikeIsaGiant"]Too soon IMO, we need a replacement or something. I do expect Scott to get carries next year though.

    He needs to fix the ball-handling problems. Bradshaw needs to help him out
    [/quote]Bradshaw's gotten better with the ball, but his work isn't done either.
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    Re: Suppose Jacobs goes, can Scott replace him?

    [quote user="poppa smurph"][quote user="MikeIsaGiant"]Too soon IMO, we need a replacement or something. I do expect Scott to get carries next year though.

    He needs to fix the ball-handling problems. Bradshaw needs to help him out
    [/quote]Bradshaw's gotten better with the ball, but his work isn't done either.[/quote]


    Of course not

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    Re: Suppose Jacobs goes, can Scott replace him?

    actually TC needs to educate scott on holding on to the ball

    which reminds me; I bet Tiki is sucking eggs for the Eli isn't a leader comment now.. LOL

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    Re: Suppose Jacobs goes, can Scott replace him?



    [quote user="NYBlue10"]I think he can. But it may be smart to maybe get an insurance RB in FA or draft in the latter round. I don't think DJ Ware is the guy, he is very injury-prone and not durable.[/quote]







    if Jacobs goes Scott prolly wont be the #2 in this offense not starting the season.




    i think the Giants would bring in a veteran to back up AB.




    as explosive as Scott was in the preseason if he could show consistent signs of that couldsupplant Ware as the #3!


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    Re: Suppose Jacobs goes, can Scott replace him?

    Two different types of runners. Scott is more of the scat back aka-Bradshaw. BJ is the north/south big plow runner.

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    Re: Suppose Jacobs goes, can Scott replace him?

    Tiki might be sucking lots of things seeing as last I checked, he is broke and unemployed

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