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Kevin Gilbride, the Giants’ offensive coordinator, doesn’t underestimate the loss of Plaxico Burress, but he’s convinced the Giants still have enough weapons to succeed with out him.

 

One of those weapons, Gilbride said today, is Sinorice Moss.

 

“This will be his big chance,” Gilbride said. “He’ll start off in the three wides. He will be the starter. We just hope - - and I know he’ll hope for sure - - that he flourishes and does well.”

 

Given what Moss has done in his three-year career with the Giants, that seems a little hard to believe. After all the injuries, all the inconsistency, and the lack of production, what gives Gilbride hope that the 5-8 Moss can flourish?

 

“I think last year he had his best year,” Gilbride said. “As I said to him a couple of times at the end, ‘We’re sitting you down, but it’s not because you’re not contributing.’ I think he was playing pretty good football. I think every throw we made to him he (caught). There is a place for his speed and his quicks.

 

“I thought he did a much better job last year. He always, for a little guy, gets after people blocking, which helps in the running game. So I think his confidence is a little bit improved. I think our confidence in him is a little bit expanded. So I think it’s reasonable to think that he can take maybe one more step forward, as he did last year, and become a guy that gets a chance to play.”

 

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/blogs/giants/20...0FJkrhtoD&B

 

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This just confirmed my hatred for Gilbride.
We both hate goofy Gilbride because he has always shown his stupidity in his performance. I really wish that the owners of the Giants would throw him out with their garbage. Moss the Loss is about as useful to the Giants as a knife is in a gun fight.
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Gots ta love Gilbride.

 

But then again, his brother didnt come into his own until he was traded and made a starter.

 

Go figure, he might come into his own if he actually sees the field.

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Go figure, he might come into his own if he actually sees the field.

 

 

There is only so much a 5'8" player can do against competition that has 120 pounds and 7 or 8 inches on him. He's quick, sure, but that's all he is. The fastest players in the NFL are useless if they can't get off the line of scrimmage or if they are afraid to take a hit. It's been long enough. I think Manningham has much more ability and a higher ceiling if he is given a chance rather than Moss, IMO.

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This just confirmed my hatred for Gilbride.

 

 

Need to visit his grave during noon time pull back his coffin lid with the Sun over our shoulders....as I pound the stake in you crumble the Communion Wafers dipped in Holy Water over his steaming remains. We both must remember not to listen or look at him as he dissolves into a puss ridden goo.

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There is only so much a 5'8" player can do against competition that has 120 pounds and 7 or 8 inches on him. He's quick, sure, but that's all he is. The fastest players in the NFL are useless if they can't get off the line of scrimmage or if they are afraid to take a hit. It's been long enough. I think Manningham has much more ability and a higher ceiling if he is given a chance rather than Moss, IMO.

 

You're saying he's playing against 6'5, 300 lb cornerbacks...?

 

Most CBs are no more than 3 inches taller and have 20 lbs on him....

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There is only so much a 5'8" player can do against competition that has 120 pounds and 7 or 8 inches on him. He's quick, sure, but that's all he is. The fastest players in the NFL are useless if they can't get off the line of scrimmage or if they are afraid to take a hit. It's been long enough. I think Manningham has much more ability and a higher ceiling if he is given a chance rather than Moss, IMO.

 

 

Yeah the Smurf era was over during the late 80's with the Redskins....time to turn the page.

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Yeah the Smurf era was over during the late 80's with the Redskins....time to turn the page.

 

Name me more than 1 cornerback that he would be going against that is taller than 5'11.

 

And say he's the third WR, name me a nickelback that is taller than 5'10.

 

And he would not be going against any cornerback that weighs more than 200-210 lbs.

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tell GilFart to lay off the dam pipe.... freaking clown..

 

all hate aside, i really don't want this clown to have a big year because it's contract year, and why should we forking out big cash to resign him after all this heartach??? he should join Charles Roger (lions 2th pick) on the "kick me for a dollar" corner..

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Kevin Gilbride, the Giants’ offensive coordinator, doesn’t underestimate the loss of Plaxico Burress, but he’s convinced the Giants still have enough weapons to succeed with out him.

 

One of those weapons, Gilbride said today, is Sinorice Moss.

 

“This will be his big chance,” Gilbride said. “He’ll start off in the three wides. He will be the starter. We just hope - - and I know he’ll hope for sure - - that he flourishes and does well.”

 

Given what Moss has done in his three-year career with the Giants, that seems a little hard to believe. After all the injuries, all the inconsistency, and the lack of production, what gives Gilbride hope that the 5-8 Moss can flourish?

 

“I think last year he had his best year,” Gilbride said. “As I said to him a couple of times at the end, ‘We’re sitting you down, but it’s not because you’re not contributing.’ I think he was playing pretty good football. I think every throw we made to him he (caught). There is a place for his speed and his quicks.

 

“I thought he did a much better job last year. He always, for a little guy, gets after people blocking, which helps in the running game. So I think his confidence is a little bit improved. I think our confidence in him is a little bit expanded. So I think it’s reasonable to think that he can take maybe one more step forward, as he did last year, and become a guy that gets a chance to play.”

 

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/blogs/giants/20...0FJkrhtoD&B

he's fattening him up for the kill.

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Name me more than 1 cornerback that he would be going against that is taller than 5'11.

 

And say he's the third WR, name me a nickelback that is taller than 5'10.

 

And he would not be going against any cornerback that weighs more than 200-210 lbs.

 

The physical attributes of the defensive backs he would go against are irrelevant. The fact that he consistently does NOT produce IS. Until Moss shows something, anything then he deserves the scorn he gets from us. To defend him is laughable. But then again your recent attitude around here matches this kind of post.

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Name me more than 1 cornerback that he would be going against that is taller than 5'11.

 

And say he's the third WR, name me a nickelback that is taller than 5'10.

 

And he would not be going against any cornerback that weighs more than 200-210 lbs.

 

 

Yeah seriously, I was exaggerating, but the point remains is that he cannot match up physically with the vast majority of corners in the NFL. You can beat a guy like Moss at the line of scrimmage, before he even has a chance to get in his route.

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This just confirmed my hatred for Gilbride.

 

.... a snickers bar. Water from the vending machine. A small bag of rubber bands. Anything from the Value Menu at Mc Donalds. Half a gallon of gas. A stripper shaking her boobs at me...

 

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