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  1. See if they were trading up for Justin Fields I'd think "Jesus christ god no keep him out of the NFC East" But yes I hope they trade up for Trey Lance, a guy who needs to sit on the bench for a couple years. Reports are that was Snyder all the way. The WFT was fully ready to draft someone else when Snyder walked into the room trying to be all big dick demanding Haskins.
  2. Good article, you need a subscrpition to go to the website but some lovely reddit user posted it online. https://theathletic.com/2478020/2021/03/26/the-giants-had-no-cap-space-heres-how-they-spent-200-million-on-free-agents/
  3. It's just ore draft bullshit. Look at Fields the guy is clear and away the second best QB in the draft, some say better than Lawrence at things. But recently there are "QB concerns, toughness concerns" blah blah blah We all know it's just coming from teams hoping he slides, it's the same with Sewell.
  4. Ypc does not a RB make. I think we all thought he would get signed elsewhere but apparently the rest of the NFL doesn't think he's even worth vet minimum or he doesn't think he's worth that.
  5. It seems to be the new trend in the NFL. More coaches means more players get more time with the coaches. Also means more chance of a miscommunication or the blame game.
  6. Could be that he told the Giants to fuck off lol You never know what happens behind the scenes.
  7. RB market being less and less valued in free agency, what was the biggest contract for a RB this offseason? Jones in Green Bay? He's making 8 million a year? Unless your a top 10 guy who are the real difference makers out there on the field then the league looks at everyone else almost the same at RB. Gallman played alright but it was just because we had nothing better. The Giants brought in what? Three RBs after Bakrley was hurt? All trying to get something better despite Gallman being on the team. Not a knock on Gallman but he's a change of pace back in which there are
  8. 2021 - 6th round pick. 2022 - 2nd and 4th round pick.
  9. Worked with Judge in 'Bama. I'm starting to think Judge is putting Garrett on a pretty short leash. Kitchens is assistant OC, we hired multiple guys to the offensive coaching staff, passing game coordinator, etc. I'm willing to bet if going onto week 3 we look like an offense from the 1980s Judge kicks Garrett off the staff and let's Kitchens run the show.
  10. Flying the WRs, TEs and some OL out for several days of offseason training. I really hope he can stay healthy for 16 games this year and returns to form. He does all the leadership stuff right.
  11. I got to bump the draft threads from 2019 before Jones. I had some links to PFF/ESPN that looked at drafts and expected starters/years on a team. Basically the average is three guys (out of a standard 7 picks) we'll be on the team for four years. Of those three your lucky if one is a career starter and even more lucky if he is on your team after 7 years. The draft is a crap shoot even after all the years, your lucky if you get a guy who lasts his career on your team, even luckier if he's starter.
  12. Oh I also predict that after the pick someone here will post; "We should of traded back and gotten x amount of draft picks!!!!"
  13. I'm not saying he isnt suited for Guard, I'm saying he's a better tackle than guard, and would probably be a better center than anything. Slater is a technician, not a bruiser, it's why he was a OT in college, he has some of the best footwork and is probably the most technically sound OT in the draft, he uses his lack of size and strength and makes up for it in leverage and pad level on the outside. However you know where all of that means nothing? Playing Guard in the NFL. Guards in todays NFL are facing bigger/faster/stronger IDL players then ever before, you have guys who are 6'4 300+
  14. Since the draft is 26 days away, unlike mock drafts where we predict the players and are frankly played out and overdone at this point, I think it would be interesting to have a "predictions thread" i.e. what will the Giants do/not do in each round. We can then see after the draft who pulled off some Nostradamus shit, or who much like me, don't know what the fuck they are talking about. For example mine; Round 1) Giants go defense no matter what unless Sewell is sitting at #11, and it will be an edge player. Slater is probably a better tackle than guard, and probably a better ce
  15. Was due to make around 2.08 million, now will take close to vet min, freeing up over 1 million in cap space. Good move by Yiadom, with the signing of Jackson and the emergence of Holmes last year his cap hit would of probably made him a cap casualty.
  16. It's a long season, Cole has got to realize that. They are going 100 more games, no need to go out there and pitch 7 innings in the first game of the year, they paid him 300+ million for an entire season of work. Granted him and Ryu were pitching out of their minds, Cole has that streak going 6+ SO a game? Both bullpens did well considering the batting power both teams had. MLB needs to get rid of that runner on second bullshit though in extra innings, sure it speeds up the game but I just find it so beer league lol
  17. I think they eventually will, probably by the end of May middle of June. Vaccine rollout is starting to pick up steam across Canada, with Pfizer pushing up supply delivery dates and America sending extra vaccines <3 I know Canada allowed NHL traded players to only be on a five day quarantine instead of the two week one currently recommended. But yes I know whenever the Blue Jays return to Toronto that city is going to be jumping.
  18. It's nice to have a Blue Jays team with some hope behind it. Ever since the bat flip I havent been this excited for a MLB season.
  19. Dudes the definition of a run stuffing nose tackle. 340+ pounds. Big ol' hog Molly.
  20. Also it's a pretty big make or break year honestly. Jones doesnt play well? Gets hurt AGAIN, we are looking at a new QB. Jones doesnt play well? Probably because the offence/Oline were bad, which means Garrett is gone. If Garrett is gone it means all the moves DG made didn't work and DG is probably gone. DG is gone? Then you can expect another rebuild with a new GM looking for a new QB/OC and a whole new roster since many guys are on three year deals, and rookies going into contract/option years (Jones, Barkley, Henendez, etc) 2021 going to be a fun season boys, buckle
  21. Not really. It's basically saying "I want my team to play well" I know we're not used to seeing it but that's the good thing about being rock bottom, you can't get worse. No difference between 1-15 and 6-10, other than draft position. Right, this team is more than just the Oline, they can come out and play well but it's all moot if Jones plays poorly as he did last year. This offense comes out revamp with the new players it's all moot if the defense suddenly regresses, which is just as likely as the offense improving. If the Giants get to the 20th ranked off
  22. Also not saying thay "just giving up" less sacks equals more wins,Garrett has to change up his play calling as well, defense has to keep playing as well as it did, etc etc. But they add a second round guard and the above happens. I can see more wins coming. But at the same time it's the Giants so who knows what's going to happen. We could be talking about Bookers and Glennon starting by week 4 and the defense giving up record number of years by the lol
  23. It 7 points a game. Jones threw 11 TDs last year while getting sacked 45 times. Let's say the Oline gives up 7 less sacks just 7 less, Jones would been sacked as many times his rookie year 38 times while throwing 24 TDs. That's theoretically 13 more TDs. That means the average goes from 17.5 points a game to 23 points a game. If Jones limits the turnovers and the Oline gives up 10 or more sacks less yes there would be a mark improvement in the offense. Plus Jones has better skill players this season than he did two years ago. I'm not saying the Giants win
  24. No just the doom and gloom 90% of your posts usually contain lol But understandable, I mean we've been basically the Browns of the NFC for the last eight years. I think that's what myself and maybe CD was trying to say. The 2011 Oline was well below average, 32nd in rush yards/attempts, and were above average with 28 sacks given up, and that was in large part to having one the NFLs best WR cores that year in Nicks/Cruz/Manninham and Eli having one of his best years in the NFL, he was great at feeling out pressure and getting the ball into Ballards/Bradshaws hands, something t
  25. Probably didn't use any lube.
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