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Old 12-07-2008, 09:02 AM   #16
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Re: Giants vs. Redskins Offensive GT Review: It's on the receivers

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Well, how do you define problem and in your opinion answer if it is true that Cerrato and his people are horrible talent evaluators, especially when it come to linemen ? Or were you being rhetorical??

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Cerratto needs to go. That's the position I have held for many years now. If I'm wrong, if he's some sort of secret genius, then I will beg for forgiveness at the gates, but I don't think I'm wrong.
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Old 12-07-2008, 09:16 AM   #17
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Re: Giants vs. Redskins Offensive GT Review: It's on the receivers

dude, tremendous analysis, i know statistics can be bent to imply just about anything but with this analysis, its tough not to say the wide receivers need to step it up. Do you think that is more a function of Devin Thomas and Malcolm Kelly being major disappointments so far or is it the coaching??
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Do you think that is more a function of Devin Thomas and Malcolm Kelly being major disappointments so far or is it the coaching??
It's on the players. There's nothing fundamentally wrong with what's going on on the field, it's all about being able to handle the task of performing all the things NFL receivers have to do while being comfortable in doing it.
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Old 12-07-2008, 01:01 PM   #19
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Re: Giants vs. Redskins Offensive GT Review: It's on the receivers

Excellent analysis.

Without the ability to do steady, long drives , Zorn is just going to have to throw it long more in a game. there's been games when we've gone long only once or twice past 25 yds.

I suggest 7-8 long ones these last games. Teams are putting 8 in the box to stop CP; daring us to beat them with the pass.

Additionally I think Zorn has to tell the WR group that their jobs are on the line. We need WR who can catch. The continued dropped passes is killing this offense. Rookies may get another year.

I'd be interested to see if our WR drop at a higher % than the rest of the league?
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Old 12-07-2008, 05:43 PM   #20
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Why is it that the NY Giants recievers caught everything thrown at them against the Redskins, and in the rain. Against the Eagles they dropped everything, effectively bringing them back in the playoff race. This realy pissed me off.
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Why is it that the NY Giants recievers caught everything thrown at them against the Redskins, and in the rain. Against the Eagles they dropped everything, effectively bringing them back in the playoff race. This realy pissed me off.
It's bad luck for sure, but they say that it's harder to catch in wind than in rain. Also, last season we led the league in drops by the opponent. So we were probably pretty lucky, but I also think a lot (not all) NFL receivers were legitimately scared of #21.

Either way, we're just seeing that even out now.
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