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Really hope Graham decides to stay.  Garrett, easy to pile on him, but the lack of outside weapons, a TE that way under-performed, and losing the one player the offense was built around, I would like to keep him around too. 

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9 minutes ago, Virginia Giant said:

Really hope Graham decides to stay.  Garrett, easy to pile on him, but the lack of outside weapons, a TE that way under-performed, and losing the one player the offense was built around, I would like to keep him around too. 

Agreed.

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11 hours ago, Virginia Giant said:

Really hope Graham decides to stay.  Garrett, easy to pile on him, but the lack of outside weapons, a TE that way under-performed, and losing the one player the offense was built around, I would like to keep him around too. 

I'm not sure who was calling the plays/personnel, but these past six weeks or so I've had a real problem with the "give Gallman a series, give Morris a series" stuff.  Gallman gets hit and can still fight for 3, where Morris gets hit and that's more or less the end of his run. 

I get that Gallman isn't a world-class runner... but when he gets you eight on first down... and is averaging six a clip...  I think he deserves at least another run that series.  It's not like we needed to preserve his legs for next season or something. 

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21 minutes ago, Sephiroth said:

I'm not sure who was calling the plays/personnel, but these past six weeks or so I've had a real problem with the "give Gallman a series, give Morris a series" stuff.  Gallman gets hit and can still fight for 3, where Morris gets hit and that's more or less the end of his run. 

I get that Gallman isn't a world-class runner... but when he gets you eight on first down... and is averaging six a clip...  I think he deserves at least another run that series.  It's not like we needed to preserve his legs for next season or something. 

That frustrated me a well. Morris had a few good runs several weeks ago, but he got too many carries down the stretch. 

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27 minutes ago, Sephiroth said:

I'm not sure who was calling the plays/personnel, but these past six weeks or so I've had a real problem with the "give Gallman a series, give Morris a series" stuff.  Gallman gets hit and can still fight for 3, where Morris gets hit and that's more or less the end of his run. 

I get that Gallman isn't a world-class runner... but when he gets you eight on first down... and is averaging six a clip...  I think he deserves at least another run that series.  It's not like we needed to preserve his legs for next season or something. 

Agreed

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11 hours ago, Virginia Giant said:

Really hope Graham decides to stay.  Garrett, easy to pile on him, but the lack of outside weapons, a TE that way under-performed, and losing the one player the offense was built around, I would like to keep him around too. 

Also agreed

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12 hours ago, BlueInCanada said:

Garrett going to interview with the Chargers.

Graham going to interview with the Jets.

 

I am not sure how quick I would rush into that Jets job....  although they do have a bunch of draft pics the next 2 years and cap room.   But making the move from Giants to Jets is like fucking the ugly sister

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This is gonna suck, especially if we lose Graham. Like really suck. 
 

If both the offense and defense have to learn all new systems, it’s like starting all over again, and practically erasing everything that was built this year. 

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1 hour ago, Sephiroth said:

I'm not sure who was calling the plays/personnel, but these past six weeks or so I've had a real problem with the "give Gallman a series, give Morris a series" stuff.  Gallman gets hit and can still fight for 3, where Morris gets hit and that's more or less the end of his run. 

I get that Gallman isn't a world-class runner... but when he gets you eight on first down... and is averaging six a clip...  I think he deserves at least another run that series.  It's not like we needed to preserve his legs for next season or something. 

I had no problem with rotating them in and out, especially if they plan on keeping Gallman next year. He still played well over 50% of the offensive snaps for a guy who isn't a weapon in the passing attack that's good for RB.

Keep in mind Gallman got stopped at the line as many times as he got a gain, it was only when the Oline was having a good game he had any real success on the ground but like said he's not a make his own room type go runner.

Love to have him back though as the chance of pace guy for Bakrley, I imagine he tests the market though, maybe try for a team where he has a shot at more time.

 

 

 

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21 hours ago, Sephiroth said:

I'm not sure who was calling the plays/personnel, but these past six weeks or so I've had a real problem with the "give Gallman a series, give Morris a series" stuff.  Gallman gets hit and can still fight for 3, where Morris gets hit and that's more or less the end of his run. 

I get that Gallman isn't a world-class runner... but when he gets you eight on first down... and is averaging six a clip...  I think he deserves at least another run that series.  It's not like we needed to preserve his legs for next season or something. 

I think Gallman explained why he gets the scrub treatment with his careless ball security last week.

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On 1/5/2021 at 9:43 AM, Sephiroth said:

I'm not sure who was calling the plays/personnel, but these past six weeks or so I've had a real problem with the "give Gallman a series, give Morris a series" stuff.  Gallman gets hit and can still fight for 3, where Morris gets hit and that's more or less the end of his run. 

I get that Gallman isn't a world-class runner... but when he gets you eight on first down... and is averaging six a clip...  I think he deserves at least another run that series.  It's not like we needed to preserve his legs for next season or something. 

In fairness, Gallman is much younger and smaller which allows him to "bounce" of and allow for these kinds of runs.    Morris is bigger and once big guys get hit, it's hard for them to continue on.    The other + is you need to keep Gallman fresh as he was your #1 RB.  

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