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Mid-Season "All Pro Team" - including coaches


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I get a kick out of some of the sports writers and especially got a kick out of today's USAToday. The article was a list of "Mid-Season 'All Pro Team'" and future pro-bowlers.

 

On the list were 4 Giants with the following comments.

 

Justin Tuck: "No Strahan, no Osi, no problem. Versatile playmaker sparks still-dominate front"

 

Chris Snee: "Every No. 1 ranked rushing game needs a guy with power inside and agility to pull"

 

John Carney: "NFL's Leading scorer (73 points) has made 18 of 19 FG's. Not bad for an emergency fill-in"

 

Kevin Gilbride: "Got to love the balanced attack and the ability for No. 3 offense to average 27 points"

 

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Shit I'd still like to get rid of Gilbride. He still makes horrible calls and still gets away from the run when it's working well.

If you're getting 10+ ypc then you keep pounding the ball until they've done something to stop it. That's when opportunities open elsewhere.

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Shit I'd still like to get rid of Gilbride. He still makes horrible calls and still gets away from the run when it's working well.

If you're getting 10+ ypc then you keep pounding the ball until they've done something to stop it. That's when opportunities open elsewhere.

I agree 100 %, but be careful saying that here, you may get crucified.

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Love it!

 

But how about our boy Eli? He's been more clutch this year than anyone else in the league.

 

It's hard for players to shine when a team is full of blue-collar guys. Eli can't outshine Drew Brees because we have a smashing running attack... Eli doesn't need throw the ball 40+ times for 400+ yards.. IN other words, Eli is a middle of the pack QB because the Giants are that good... and when the going gets tough....

 

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Shit I'd still like to get rid of Gilbride. He still makes horrible calls and still gets away from the run when it's working well.

If you're getting 10+ ypc then you keep pounding the ball until they've done something to stop it. That's when opportunities open elsewhere.

 

It's very hard to argue with a 6-1 record. But for that one loss, I personally pinned it on one call... the interception that was returned for a touchdown... we were running the ball down their throats.. picking up 6, 7, 8 yards per carry... why did we go pass.. is beyond me.

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