Almost all positive signs at Giants minicamp
#2 Jun 19, 2009
Ridiculous defensive line and that's with you forgetting about Kiwanuka!
#3 Jun 19, 2009
This team on paper is the most complete in a long time. Obviously the X-factor will be how well Eli and the new receivers connect on the playing field. No sense in worrying about it now, just get those plays down and be fit.
#4 Jun 20, 2009
in all of these blogs and subsequent comments i've heard nothing about mathias kiwanuka whats up with him hows is he look is he hurt what the latest news on him?
#6 Jun 23, 2009
Everybody looks good in shorts and helmets. How does Glauber get a job writing about the NFL when he doesn't know s___t from shineola?
#7 Jun 23, 2009
I agree that this team is complete and loaded, but take time from looking at your fantasy football team and learn pal. This Giants offense is a run first then pass, as for Nicks and Barden they will not see the field much in thier years especially if they miss any training camp via holdouts, and adjusting to the learning curve of the NFL from college cause if they can't block in support of the running game they will only see special teams work, the real "x factor" here is the running back that can change the pace of the game like Ward did last year.
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