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7. New York Giants (11-6). Underrated Giant of the Year: Rookie GM Jerry Reese. He drafted eight players in his first rookie class last April, and all eight played in the 24-14 win over the Bucs. Who goes eight-for-eight in a draft? Check out the contributions of his rookie draft class on Sunday.

 

First-round pick Aaron Ross started at left corner, had four tackles and was part of an excellent effort by a beleaguered secondary. Second-round pick Steve Smith, the slot receiver, had three catches for 29 yards. Long-snappers Jay Alford and Zak DeOssie (third and fourth rounds) played, with DeOssie contributing two special-teams tackles. Fifth-round pick Kevin Boss, the starting tight end. Sixth-round pick Adam Koets, a tackle, played in reserve. The two seventh-round picks, running back Ahmad Bradshaw and safety Michael Johnson, both made an impact -- Bradshaw with a game-high 66 rushing yards and Johnson with a tackle and a dropped interception.

 

Wow, didn't realize Reese had done such a magnificent job. 9 for 8? Even considering Koets didn't really play thats 7-8 draft picks who were on the field at one point making a contribution.

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Wow, didn't realize Reese had done such a magnificent job. 9 for 8? Even considering Koets didn't really play thats 7-8 draft picks who were on the field at one point making a contribution.

 

Didnt realize this either, pretty awesome.

 

What yr is Tollefson in? I dont remember how we got him, but he did look good when he filled in for Strahan, although it was not very long.

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