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And then there was May ...

 

 

After three months of high-profile coaching changes, general manager switches, scouting combines, free-agent signings, cuts, waiver wire pickups, contract negotiations, franchise tags, draft stock rises, draft stock slips, trades, franchise tags, players who hate their franchise tags, and a whole lot of Brady Quinn talk — the busiest time of the 2007 off-season is finally behind us.

 

While there are certainly some loose ends still waiting to be tied up (ie. Trent Green, Lance Briggs, and Keyshawn's future), it's about that time. Yes, the time to rank the 2007 NFL off-seasons. 32 teams, 32 slots. Where'd your team finish up? Let's find out.

 

32. Tennessee Titans

It's been nothing short of a disastrous off-season for Tennessee. The Pacman Jones incident has been front page news since February and the player's become the poster boy for all things wrong with the league. He didn't do himself any favors reportedly being spotted in a gentlemen's club the night before a meeting with Commissioner Goodell. His year-long suspension hurts the Titans more than just from a publicity standpoint — he was their best defensive player in '06. The Titans also lost their top receiver and running back this off-season, with Drew Bennett signing on with St. Louis and Travis Henry inking a deal with Denver. The Henry situation was a curious one, to say the least. After a 1,500-yard season in which he, at times, carried the team on his back — the Titans did not look to re-sign the veteran back out of Tennessee. No big name wideouts or running backs were acquired through free agency, and certain needs were not addressed through the draft. And oh, there's that whole "Madden Curse" thing with Vince Young.

 

Biggest gain: Nick Harper, CB

Biggest loss: Travis Henry, RB

 

Are they in better shape than they were in January? Absolutely not. If Jeff Fisher can generate six wins out of this team in '07, it will be looked at as a job very well done.

 

31. Miami Dolphins

Rough off-season in Miami. The Nick Saban debacle was a disaster and the start of the Cam Cameron era hasn't been much better. Joey Porter was involved in a highly publicized, embarrassing off-season slapfest with Levi Jones at a Las Vegas casino; the quarterback position is still an enormous question mark; and the head coach was heckled and mocked when announcing the team's first round pick at a draft party. Oh, and Ricky Williams — still linked to the Dolphins at least in the public eye — failed another drug test. Wes Welker's gone, so is Travis Minor, Damion McIntosh, Tony Fonoti, Randy McMichael, David Bowens, Darian Barnes, and Joey Harrington. Solid blockers Mike Rosenthal and Cory Schlesinger were added, as was David Martin, Cameron Worrell, and Porter. In the draft, they raised eyebrows by selecting Ted Ginn, Jr. over Brady Quinn, while taking a quarterback (John Beck) in the second-round. Lorenzo Booker, a disappointment at Florida State, was a first day selection as well. It's a totally new team. That could, of course, be a good thing.

 

Biggest gain: Ted Ginn, Jr., WR

Biggest loss: Wes Welker, WR

 

Are they in better shape than they were in January? Well, who's playing quarterback on opening day? Trent Green? Daunte Culpepper? John Beck? Cleo Lemon? A lot of questions like that down in Miami. The Dolphins could very well be the surprise team of the AFC. I just don't see it happening.

 

The Giants hope Aaron Ross can step right into a starting corner spot. (Bill Kostroun / Associated Press)

 

30. New York Giants

Giants GM Jerry Reese started off his career as GM with a bang — releasing starters LaVar Arrington, Carlos Emmons, Chad Morton, and Luke Pettigout within the first month of being hired. He just never followed up on replacing those players. On top of the questionable extensions for Tom Coughlin and Eli Manning, the Giants failed to address glaring needs on the offensive line over the course of the past three months. Starting center Shaun O'Hara was re-signed, but Big Blue waited until the second day of the draft to pick up some insurance for one of the league's most heavily penalized and porous units in '06. Tiki Barber's retirement obviously hurts the already sputtering offense as well. Are Reuben Droughns and rookie wideout Steve Smith enough to lift the unit to the next level? Is that patchwork linebacker corps good enough for the NFC East? I'm not sure.

 

Biggest gain: Aaron Ross, DB

Biggest loss: Tiki Barber, RB

 

Are they in better shape than they were in January? Tough to say yes on this one. There are still question marks at defensive back, linebacker, and the offensive line. Is Brandon Jacobs ready to carry the load at running back? He's shown flashes, but may not be an every down kind of back. And Anthony Wright? When are the Giants going to sign a legitimate backup quarterback to put some heat on Eli Manning? Giants fans may hate hearing this — but there's a solid chance they'll have a top 10 pick in the draft come next April.

 

John Czarnecki:

Future isn't now

Brett Favre's frustration is understandable because he doesn't have the time for the Pack to rebuild.

 

Adam Schein:

Deal him out

Now that Brett Favre says he wants to stay, the Packers need to realize they're better off without him.

 

29. Green Bay Packers

Ugh, MORE talk about Brett Favre's future? After stealing headlines over Super Bowl weekend by announcing he wasn't retiring and coming back to Green Bay for one more season, the ageless veteran made news last weekend when Jay Glazer reported talk of a possible trade request. On the field, the Packers' only notable off-season acquisition was the signing of underwhelming cornerback Frank Walker from New York. Gone are long time Packers fixtures Ahman Green and William Henderson, and young TE David Martin signed with Miami. Through the draft, the Packers took risks on two players who had injuries in college: DT Justin Harrell and RB Brandon Jackson.

 

Biggest gain: Justin Harrell, DT

Biggest loss: Ahman Green, RB

 

Are they in better shape than they were in January? I don't think so. The Pack ended the season as one of the hottest teams in football, winning their last four games with a slew of rookies and unheralded contributors carrying the load. The coaching staff worked wonders with that roster last year. The four rookies that contributed tremendously are now all a year older, a year wiser. There's certainly reason for optimism. Can the Packers eclipse .500 this year, though? I think it'll be tough. Along with the Niners, Cardinals, and Vikings — the Packers will be a popular sleeper pick in the NFC this season. I just don't see it. They didn't add nearly enough to get over the hump.

 

28. Atlanta Falcons

The Bobby Petrino era started off with a wild off-season, to say the least. This Michael Vick dog thing has absolutely dominated headlines, and is at this point — 24/7 news. Not good. Free agent wise, they brought in veteran leader Joe Horn and a few veterans in Lewis Sanders and Joey Harrington. The Ovie Mughelli $18 million deal raised eye brows, though. Losing Patrick Kerney hurts a lot, and going from Schaub to Harrington is a downgrade at backup quarterback. Atlanta did very well in the draft, though. In Jamaal Anderson, Justin Blalock, and Chris Houston — the Falcons picked up three first round talents with their first three picks.

 

Biggest gain: Jamaal Anderson, DE

Biggest loss: Patrick Kerney, DE

 

Are they in better shape than they were in January? Atlanta collapsed at the end of the last two seasons. Bobby Petrino brings a new offense, new defense, and new attitude to Atlanta. It's on Michael Vick's shoulders, though. Is that a good thing or a bad thing? Who knows? Atlanta could be a chic pick out of the NFC this year. I wouldn't bet on 'em though.

 

The Bears hope Greg Olsen is more productive than Jeremy Shockey and less injury-prone than Kellen Winslow Jr. (Jonathan Daniel / Getty Images)

 

27. Chicago Bears

The Tank Johnson stuff, the Lance Briggs franchise tag/Washington trade debacle, the questionable Thomas Jones trade, the Archuleta acquisition — a lot of Bears fans were left scratching their heads this off-season, asking what exactly was going on in the Windy City. Gone from last year's NFC Championship squad are contributors Ian Scott, Thomas Jones, Cameron Worrell, and Todd Johnson. Archuleta — a $36 million waste in Washington — and Anthony Adams, a DT from San Francisco, were the only veteran acquisitions. In April's draft, Chicago picked up offensive weapons in Greg Olsen and Garrett Wolfe, and some intriguing collegiate defensive stars in Dan Bazuin, Michael Okwo, and Corey Graham.

 

Biggest gain: Greg Olsen, TE

Biggest loss: Thomas Jones, RB

 

Are they in better shape than they were in February? The Super Bowl contenders lost a few key contributors and are in the midst of a somewhat tumultuous off-season. The Briggs situation has dragged on, and could end up hurting this team's chemistry down the line. The Jones trade was a head-scratcher. Is Cedric Benson ready to carry the load? I guess we'll have to wait and see. They'll be strong in 2007, no doubt. Super Bowl bound, though? Could be tough.

 

26. Jacksonville Jaguars

Jacksonville was relatively quiet this off-season. They opted to pass on overhauling the offense and making a move for a quarterback through free agency or the draft. It looks like it'll be the law firm of Leftwich, Garrard, and Gray in Jacksonville, yet again. Tony Pashos comes on board from Baltimore, adding another talent to an already strong offensive line, and Dennis Northcutt will serve as another option at wideout. The Jags filled the void left at safety by Deon Grant's departure with their first round pick, scooping up Reggie Nelson from Florida. I also love the Justin Durant and Mike Walker picks for Jacksonville. Both players come from smaller schools but put up huge numbers in college.

 

Biggest gain: Reggie Nelson, S

Biggest loss: Deon Grant, S

 

Are they in better shape than they were in January? The Jags finished 8-8 on the season and got a wonderful boost on offense from rookie tailback Maurice Jones-Drew. They didn't dazzle anyone in free agency or the draft — but that might have been by design. More likely than not, they're looking at an other 8-8 type season in northern Florida. That is, of course, unless Byron Leftwich finally takes his game to the next level.

 

25. Pittsburgh Steelers

After Bill Cowher's retirement, the Steelers underwent a long and tenuous head coaching hunt, finally deciding to turn outside the organization with Mike Tomlin over longtime Steelers assistants Russ Grimm and Ken Whisenhunt. Tomlin brings with him one year of experience as a defensive coordinator — but is highly-regarded in NFL circles. He'll also bring with him a new set of defensive schemes, with a pair of young players he's hand picked. Defensive leader Joey Porter was released, and draft picks Lawrence Timmons and LaMarr Woodley were brought in as eventual replacements. They'll be asked to contribute right away in 2007. The offensive line took a hit with Jeff Hartings' retirement, and the Alan Faneca situation continues to drag on. Not a terrible off-season — just a lot of question marks for a franchise that's been so stable for so long.

 

Biggest gain: Lawrence Timmons, LB

Biggest loss: Cowher, Whisenhunt, and Grimm

 

Are they in better shape than they were in January? The 2005 Super Bowl champs started out of the gates 2-6 in 2006, and rallied to finish .500. In comes an entirely new coaching staff (well, Dick Lebeau is still there) and a draft class that's going to be expected to perform. The Ravens and Bengals make for tough company in the AFC North. The Steelers should certainly be in the hunt for the division crown, though. Look for them to hover around 9 or 10 wins in 2007.

 

 

24-17

 

16-9

 

8-1

 

 

I am throughly disgusted in these people attempt at reporting.

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Worst to first: Ranking the NFL off-seasons

 

 

The Giants hope Aaron Ross can step right into a starting corner spot. (Bill Kostroun / Associated Press)

 

30. New York Giants

Giants GM Jerry Reese started off his career as GM with a bang — releasing starters LaVar Arrington, Carlos Emmons, Chad Morton, and Luke Pettigout within the first month of being hired. He just never followed up on replacing those players. On top of the questionable extensions for Tom Coughlin and Eli Manning, the Giants failed to address glaring needs on the offensive line over the course of the past three months. Starting center Shaun O'Hara was re-signed, but Big Blue waited until the second day of the draft to pick up some insurance for one of the league's most heavily penalized and porous units in '06. Tiki Barber's retirement obviously hurts the already sputtering offense as well. Are Reuben Droughns and rookie wideout Steve Smith enough to lift the unit to the next level? Is that patchwork linebacker corps good enough for the NFC East? I'm not sure.

 

Biggest gain: Aaron Ross, DB

Biggest loss: Tiki Barber, RB

 

Are they in better shape than they were in January? Tough to say yes on this one. There are still question marks at defensive back, linebacker, and the offensive line. Is Brandon Jacobs ready to carry the load at running back? He's shown flashes, but may not be an every down kind of back. And Anthony Wright? When are the Giants going to sign a legitimate backup quarterback to put some heat on Eli Manning? Giants fans may hate hearing this — but there's a solid chance they'll have a top 10 pick in the draft come next April.

 

 

I am throughly disgusted in these people attempt at reporting.

If they have a top 10 pick in this coming years draft it means were in for a 5 win season & Coughlin gets shitcanned.

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If they have a top 10 pick in this coming years draft it means were in for a 5 win season & Coughlin gets shitcanned.

 

Yeah and we will need rphguy to supply us with Prozac all season long. :brooding:

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What is totally being missed here, is that the Giants have to make improvements internally moreso than anything. Yes, there are holes to fill, but we may have the guys in place to do it, we're just not so sure yet. Diehl may do the job at LT, Kiwi could be a revelation at LB. Ross could be the answer at corner, and I have a lot of confidence that Smith is going to be a big plus at receiver.

 

Getting back to my point, you got 4 positions on this team that simply need to play better, the first is Eli. People pick apart our defense, well guess what, the best defense is a good offense, Eli has to control this offense and keep it on the field, if Eli steps up like his potential implies, we could be good for 2-3 wins a season just on that, no joke. People look for other reasons why he's not as good as he should be, Shockey and Burress not working with him, over reliance on Tiki. Fact is, when the play has to be made, often times he hasn't made it. It's simple as that. The point about not bringing in a QB to challenge is very valid, he's found his comfort level. Fat Lorenzo is simply a sideshow, and Anthony Wright has basically sucked everywhere he's been.

 

Secondly, the next guy that has to play much better is Demps. Demps is there to prevent Thomas Jones from happening, he's there to cut down the runner when he breaks the line of scrimmage, to make it unsafe to go over the middle. But his tackling was nothing short of awful, if you think about, he could very well have been the biggest bust of all last season. He was brought in to make a difference, he didn't.

 

And for all the Webster bashers out there, he's the next one, I think the kid will improve, he has to, it's unfair to give him one year as a starter and then blow him up. It could be more of a corner by Committee this year, so let's hope he improves.

 

Last, special teams. Anybody undermining it's importance only needs to watch jay Feely's last kick as a Giant to see what was wrong. It reached the 20, and the Eagles start near the 40. I'm glad Feely is gone, because it irratated me to pay a guy big money to underwhelm like he did. But special teams made nothing happen last year, nothing. Tyree took the year off basically. The importance of special teams cannot be ignored, but we never seem to address it. 40 year Feagles is the bright spot.

 

As for the Fox analysis, the fact that we replaced Tim Lewis and got rid of Hufnagel should raise our ratings 10 spots alone. That was totally left out.

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What is totally being missed here, is that the Giants have to make improvements internally moreso than anything. Yes, there are holes to fill, but we may have the guys in place to do it, we're just not so sure yet. Diehl may do the job at LT, Kiwi could be a revelation at LB. Ross could be the answer at corner, and I have a lot of confidence that Smith is going to be a big plus at receiver.

 

Getting back to my point, you got 4 positions on this team that simply need to play better, the first is Eli. People pick apart our defense, well guess what, the best defense is a good offense, Eli has to control this offense and keep it on the field, if Eli steps up like his potential implies, we could be good for 2-3 wins a season just on that, no joke. People look for other reasons why he's not as good as he should be, Shockey and Burress not working with him, over reliance on Tiki. Fact is, when the play has to be made, often times he hasn't made it. It's simple as that. The point about not bringing in a QB to challenge is very valid, he's found his comfort level. Fat Lorenzo is simply a sideshow, and Anthony Wright has basically sucked everywhere he's been.

 

Secondly, the next guy that has to play much better is Demps. Demps is there to prevent Thomas Jones from happening, he's there to cut down the runner when he breaks the line of scrimmage, to make it unsafe to go over the middle. But his tackling was nothing short of awful, if you think about, he could very well have been the biggest bust of all last season. He was brought in to make a difference, he didn't.

 

And for all the Webster bashers out there, he's the next one, I think the kid will improve, he has to, it's unfair to give him one year as a starter and then blow him up. It could be more of a corner by Committee this year, so let's hope he improves.

 

Last, special teams. Anybody undermining it's importance only needs to watch jay Feely's last kick as a Giant to see what was wrong. It reached the 20, and the Eagles start near the 40. I'm glad Feely is gone, because it irratated me to pay a guy big money to underwhelm like he did. But special teams made nothing happen last year, nothing. Tyree took the year off basically. The importance of special teams cannot be ignored, but we never seem to address it. 40 year Feagles is the bright spot.

 

As for the Fox analysis, the fact that we replaced Tim Lewis and got rid of Hufnagel should raise our ratings 10 spots alone. That was totally left out.

Totally agree with you.

 

Just want to add that for the first time in what seems like this entire decade, we actually have the expectation that the guys starting at linebacker will likely finish at linebacker, unless a sub outperforms. Consistency like that alone will do wonders.

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Where did this myth that we had "porous" OL last year? Our starting RB had 1662 rushing yards at 5.1 yards per carry. Our QB was sacked only 25 times in 522 attempts (roughly once every 21 attempts). And our starting LT missed half the season...

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I think the Giants made a huge mistake in letting Feely go. Maybe Huston turns out to be a terrific kicker, but more than likely he will be a downgrade...

 

 

I don't think they made a mistake letting Feely go. I think they made a mistake not getting a replacement for him either through the draft or free agency. Feely isn't worth the money, the org confidence in him had waned and frankly he was a so - so kicker. It would be too easy to point to the Seattle game, but after we tied the game against the Eagles last season, he booted an absolutely horrible kickoff. That more than anything else he's done drove me nuts and to me that's when you need to come up big.

I tend to agree with you on Huston, and if the Giants don't bring in a kicker to compete with him, that's not good.

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What is totally being missed here, is that the Giants have to make improvements internally moreso than anything. Yes, there are holes to fill, but we may have the guys in place to do it, we're just not so sure yet. Diehl may do the job at LT, Kiwi could be a revelation at LB. Ross could be the answer at corner, and I have a lot of confidence that Smith is going to be a big plus at receiver.

 

Getting back to my point, you got 4 positions on this team that simply need to play better, the first is Eli. People pick apart our defense, well guess what, the best defense is a good offense, Eli has to control this offense and keep it on the field, if Eli steps up like his potential implies, we could be good for 2-3 wins a season just on that, no joke. People look for other reasons why he's not as good as he should be, Shockey and Burress not working with him, over reliance on Tiki. Fact is, when the play has to be made, often times he hasn't made it. It's simple as that. The point about not bringing in a QB to challenge is very valid, he's found his comfort level. Fat Lorenzo is simply a sideshow, and Anthony Wright has basically sucked everywhere he's been.

 

I think the coaching staff puts way too much on the shoulders of Eli Manning, personally...hopefully with the canning of Huffnagel(which I wanted to happen for a while) we won't pass pass pass punt anymore. But that's just another excuse I personally have. The whole offense needs to play better and it DOES start with Eli, I just think it shouldn't all rest on his shoulders.

 

But I disagree with the Feely point...who the hell else did we have? He was GOOD compared to what we used to have in Matt Bryant. He was money inside 45. Sure his kickoffs typically sucked but so did our coverage...we normally missed at least the first shot to get the returner every time.

 

All in all though, I agree with saying we've had a horrible offseason, the 30th worst...? Prolly not but I'd say 25th worse. We've done nothing but create more question marks.

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I think the coaching staff puts way too much on the shoulders of Eli Manning, personally...hopefully with the canning of Huffnagel(which I wanted to happen for a while) we won't pass pass pass punt anymore. But that's just another excuse I personally have. The whole offense needs to play better and it DOES start with Eli, I just think it shouldn't all rest on his shoulders.

 

But I disagree with the Feely point...who the hell else did we have? He was GOOD compared to what we used to have in Matt Bryant. He was money inside 45. Sure his kickoffs typically sucked but so did our coverage...we normally missed at least the first shot to get the returner every time.

 

All in all though, I agree with saying we've had a horrible offseason, the 30th worst...? Prolly not but I'd say 25th worse. We've done nothing but create more question marks.

 

 

If you look objectively at the offensive lineup last season, Plaxico included, you would have to say that the one guy who needed to improve the most was Eli, and he's the most important guy on offense. It's a big responsibility, but when the glory comes, who gets the most of it.

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If you look objectively at the offensive lineup last season, Plaxico included, you would have to say that the one guy who needed to improve the most was Eli, and he's the most important guy on offense. It's a big responsibility, but when the glory comes, who gets the most of it.

 

 

True but I also think Shockey needs to get open more and Plax needs to stop dropping passes and giving up on routes...

 

And plus, just because he wasn't sacked alot doesn't mean he wasn't pressured a lot...it seems to me like he was throwing the ball away an awful lot with defensive linemen in his face....

 

More high percentage passes(which Gilbride seemed to do) and less passing down the field all the time will certainly help him, I believe. Plus, they should RUN the ball on first down once in a while.

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If they have a top 10 pick in this coming years draft it means were in for a 5 win season & Coughlin gets shitcanned.

I am cool with that...fuck it, 1-15 works for me in that case....lets face it, this team is not winning the superbowl this year

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I don't think they made a mistake letting Feely go. I think they made a mistake not getting a replacement for him either through the draft or free agency. Feely isn't worth the money, the org confidence in him had waned and frankly he was a so - so kicker. It would be too easy to point to the Seattle game, but after we tied the game against the Eagles last season, he booted an absolutely horrible kickoff. That more than anything else he's done drove me nuts and to me that's when you need to come up big.

I tend to agree with you on Huston, and if the Giants don't bring in a kicker to compete with him, that's not good.

 

I don't recall what the contract numbers were, so I don't know if he was worth the money or not. Based on his performance metrics (FG%, kickoff avg., touchbacks), he was certainly one of the 12-15 best kickers in the league, which isn't easy to replace. Theoretically, they could improve with another kick ... but it's very unlikely to find someone better in 2007. Maybe Huston is that guy, but I wouldn't bank on it.

 

According to the gamebook, his last kickoff (kicking into the wind) landed at the 7 and was returned to the 34. Not good, but that certainly didn't lose the game for us...

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Yeah and we will need rphguy to supply us with Prozac all season long. :brooding:

Fortunatley as slow as that stuff works by week 4 we should feel nothing at all.

 

I don't think they made a mistake letting Feely go. I think they made a mistake not getting a replacement for him either through the draft or free agency. Feely isn't worth the money, the org confidence in him had waned and frankly he was a so - so kicker. It would be too easy to point to the Seattle game, but after we tied the game against the Eagles last season, he booted an absolutely horrible kickoff. That more than anything else he's done drove me nuts and to me that's when you need to come up big.

I tend to agree with you on Huston, and if the Giants don't bring in a kicker to compete with him, that's not good.

When was the last time that we had a unheralded kicker in camp with no competition? Todd France? That was looking not so good and then we got Steve Christie. I'm no expert on kickers but I don't think that Huston will get to training camp without some non-rookie competition.

 

I am cool with that...fuck it, 1-15 works for me in that case....lets face it, this team is not winning the superbowl this year

:furious: Sure as hell I don't want the Giants with the #1 overall pick, first that means that not only will Coughlin be gone but likely we would select a QB..... think of it, even if this team were to get 5 wins there would probably be serious consideration for selecting a QB with a high pick.

 

Just my opinion but if we have worse record than 9-7 Eli will face veteran competition next year and Coughlin will be gone if the Giants don't qualify for the playoffs.

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I don't recall what the contract numbers were, so I don't know if he was worth the money or not. Based on his performance metrics (FG%, kickoff avg., touchbacks), he was certainly one of the 12-15 best kickers in the league, which isn't easy to replace. Theoretically, they could improve with another kick ... but it's very unlikely to find someone better in 2007. Maybe Huston is that guy, but I wouldn't bank on it.

 

According to the gamebook, his last kickoff (kicking into the wind) landed at the 7 and was returned to the 34. Not good, but that certainly didn't lose the game for us...

 

i tend to blame special teams coverage more so than feely kicking it short. i think im the only giants fan that actually liked feely.

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Fortunatley as slow as that stuff works by week 4 we should feel nothing at all.

When was the last time that we had a unheralded kicker in camp with no competition? Todd France? That was looking not so good and then we got Steve Christie. I'm no expert on kickers but I don't think that Huston will get to training camp without some non-rookie competition.

:furious: Sure as hell I don't want the Giants with the #1 overall pick, first that means that not only will Coughlin be gone but likely we would select a QB..... think of it, even if this team were to get 5 wins there would probably be serious consideration for selecting a QB with a high pick.

 

Just my opinion but if we have worse record than 9-7 Eli will face veteran competition next year and Coughlin will be gone if the Giants don't qualify for the playoffs.

 

 

If I'm correct we only got Steve Christie because Buffalo released him.

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i tend to blame special teams coverage more so than feely kicking it short. i think im the only giants fan that actually liked feely.

 

I liked him, too, although I might be a bit biased since he's a Michigan guy.

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If I'm correct we only got Steve Christie because Buffalo released him.

I thought that he was a FA before preseason but that was 3 years ago, I've forgotten alot since then..... :brooding:

 

I liked him, too, although I might be a bit biased since he's a Michigan guy.

Probably a republican sex haver too....

:LMAO:

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