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  1. Worst OLineman name since Flowers.
  2. Martin I understand, but why Ogletree? He's been a very solid player for us.
  3. I wish we had a healthy Nicks + Cruz combo for a few more seasons. Would love to see a list of all the guys who've caught a TD from Eli.
  4. NEWSWIRE Eli Manning gets his own beer Eli Manning, the longtime New York Giants quarterback and noted beer fan, will announce his retirement tomorrow. (Question: if it’s already known that he will be announcing his retirement, is it really an announcement?) Naturally, he will be showered with praise and reminiscences of highlights of his glorious NFL career. (Please don’t ask me what any of those are. I work very hard to avoid football and anyway, I live in Chicago.) But Source Brewing of Colts Neck, New Jersey, has actually thought to get him a goodbye gift: his very own beer. Well, a beer that’s named after him. The beer is called ELIte Tribute. It is unclear whether that’s pronounced like “Eli” or “elite” or somewhere in between. It’s a New England IPA; yes, football people have already pointed out the irony that New England is home to the Manning’s nemeses the Patriots. The Asbury Park Press reports that “ELIte Tribute boasts notes of tangerine, blueberry, red Starburst candies, ripe peaches and roses, with a mellow mouthfeel and only subtle bitterness and 8 percent ABV.” (Is Manning a fan of Starbursts? Inquiring minds want to know.) Manning’s statistics are printed on each can, so drinkers can pretend they are true fans with encyclopedic knowledge of his achievements. It sells for $18 per four-pack, but alas, the cans are all sold out. However, Source will also be serving it on tap this weekend at its tasting room, at the Asbury Park Beerfest, and at a few other taverns around town.
  5. From what I've read Simmons would be a dream fit for Graham's scheme.
  6. I likeded when the guy with the fucked up fingers used to break down defensive schemes. I actually learneded stuff.
  7. The DC could be "The Baliff".
  8. Garrett's banked north of 60-70 million. There's no reason for him to work ever again other than ego.
  9. This. You don't draw a trend line through one data point.
  10. Stunned he'd even entertain the offer after 13 years as a HC. The only reason I could think of him wanting to step down to OC for a former division rival is because he's pissed at Jerrah.
  11. To speak with you personally? Not saying I wouldn't mind the hire Chuckles but I'm not sure you're ready to run a pro offense yet buddy.
  12. Where was McCarthy last year? Where was Coughlin before we picked him up?
  13. Garrett's had 13 years as HC. He's made his bank, no need for him to even think about accepting a lesser position. He can afford to sit around for a couple of years and see what opportunities come up.
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