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Old 10-24-2012, 02:49 PM   #481
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LOL. Yeah, I don't think it would really matter with some people. Played Madden way too much now all of a sudden, they can tell you schemes you should be running, and what plays to run which will not cause INTs/fumbles. Also find it hilarious that they claim a person can't block all because he missed a pickup that caused a sack. YET, he's one of the better blockers on offense.
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LOL. Yeah, I don't think it would really matter with some people. Played Madden way too much now all of a sudden, they can tell you schemes you should be running, and what plays to run which will not cause INTs/fumbles. Also find it hilarious that they claim a person can't block all because he missed a pickup that caused a sack. YET, he's one of the better blockers on offense.
He is one of the better blockers on team but missed a pivotal play which could have been much worse. Hence the move to TE, but at lease he catches everything...oh wait

Pauleson had a great game and is a much much better player than Paul. I just hope Niles is up to the task and puts everything together on the field this weekend. Like Shannon Sharpe said, the next move is out the door.
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Old 10-24-2012, 03:37 PM   #484
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You guys aren't serious when you say Paul is a good blocker, right? He's missed many, many, many blocks all season, not just in NY.

Why does the Madden thing come up so much? I've never played it, haven't had video games since Sega lol. Can you really learn that much from a video game?
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You guys aren't serious when you say Paul is a good blocker, right? He's missed many, many, many blocks all season, not just in NY.

Why does the Madden thing come up so much? I've never played it, haven't had video games since Sega lol. Can you really learn that much from a video game?
Im with ya, I think the only guys who play Madden are the ones who bring it up all the time.
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Went to the game with my brother overall had a good time, had some good banter with the migget fans. TRUST ME when I say this they KNOW RGIII is the truth (as long as he stays healthy). Couldn't understand why they would think I would give them a HIGH 5's for a good migget play that will never happen, I do shake hands at the end of good games though. IMO a win is a win no matter how it happens but the miggets know they got away with one there. I voted other the game came down to a mental lapse IMO.
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Went to the game with my brother overall had a good time, had some good banter with the migget fans. TRUST ME when I say this they KNOW RGIII is the truth (as long as he stays healthy). Couldn't understand why they would think I would give them a HIGH 5's for a good migget play that will never happen, I do shake hands at the end of good games though. IMO a win is a win no matter how it happens but the miggets know they got away with one there. I voted other the game came down to a mental lapse IMO.
Is migget - midget? My friend was there he isnt a big football fan but had never been to a game before and his girlfriend and her family are all Giants fans. I was like dude you know you saw a great game rite? Even he understood what he saw. Were there alot of Skins fans - usually when i go to a giants skins game there are a good turnout of us.


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You are right with the midget but I've always typed it migget. There was a good SKINS turnout.
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You are right with the midget but I've always typed it migget. There was a good SKINS turnout.
Ive seen other people like in the game day thread writing migget - I had no idea what they meant - I kept thinking of Dave Megget. LOL - just figured out it was for midget.
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You guys aren't serious when you say Paul is a good blocker, right? He's missed many, many, many blocks all season, not just in NY.

Why does the Madden thing come up so much? I've never played it, haven't had video games since Sega lol. Can you really learn that much from a video game?
No, you cant learn that much from it, thats the joke about it. But there are some people who believe that building a team in Madden - Franchise Mode is similar to building one in real life. Problem being that they have to have a computer weigh trades and you can manipulate the system unlike what will happen in real life.
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No, you cant learn that much from it, thats the joke about it. But there are some people who believe that building a team in Madden - Franchise Mode is similar to building one in real life. Problem being that they have to have a computer weigh trades and you can manipulate the system unlike what will happen in real life.
I dont think anybody over the age of eleven actually believes that. Its just become the cliche thing to say when somebody second guesses anything our coach or FO ever does.


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I think Logan is going to surprise some people.
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I dont think anybody over the age of eleven actually believes that. Its just become the cliche thing to say when somebody second guesses anything our coach or FO ever does.


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I think Logan is going to surprise some people.
I think so to, he stepped it up in the game after Davis left.
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I think Logan is going to surprise some people.
So do I actually. He has always been a decent blocker, but I never realized how good his hands seem. I dont recall seeing him drop any passes, but he just never got enough of them to think he would make a good receiver. He also sat down in a few zones against the Giants keeping himself open by maintaining his distance from the defenders. Hes certainly not fast, but neither is/was Cooley.
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