Giants' Boss opens eyes with receptions
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#1 Sep 9, 2009
Instantly the Giants would do themselves a great service to get Nicks, and Barden involved in the offense. In the long run it will add much more lethal offense, and also give them both 'real time' game experience. Unfortunately, I guess the 'seniority' issue will take place, and those who have been there the longest will have their chance to 'unravel' a bit before the coaching staff becomes aware. Manningham, could be a nice surprise, but Smith is not a long play threat, and Hixon is not consistent enough to make a real difference. Moss is not a factor to be dealt with as yet. Gilbride has been SO PREDICTABLE...I wonder why he has a 'play book'. I mean 'run play'...run play...pass play...kick ? Or 'run play''pass play'...run play...kick...80% of the game! Why run a small back 'twice in a row' without success, or small yardage gains. The 'Red-Zone' offense is still lacks credibility. I only hope that the Giants are more diverse and creative than they have been.
#2 Sep 9, 2009
Oh yes! Boss would be a 'dynamic asset' keeping opponents wary of short passes, while Nicks, Barden, or Manningham,'reap havoc' on the DB's...
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