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Old 12-02-2013, 09:48 AM   #61
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If we could have just caught the ball none of this would be a factor. Got a bad feeling about RG3 being a franchise QB. For all we gave up to get him you would think he could be somewhat close to a very accurate passer. Sure Tom Brady is an anomaly but does RG3 have the awareness and accuracy that QBs that you pay 3 first round picks for have? I don't see it. To think Tom Brady was a 6th round pick is amazing compared to 3 first round draft picks and the differences in talent passing be so wide. Hope I'm wrong in a big way. Maybe just maybe this is the O-line and Kyle Shanahan's fault.

RG3 seemed mighty happy after the game high fiving team members laughing with players etc. I don't get it.
I think you are looking at this the wrong way. While we still need to find out whether RG3 is a franchise qb, the expectations are the same. If Tom Brady was a first rounder the expectations for him would be the same. Russell Wilson isn't held to lower standards because he was a third rounder a bad season is a bad season. We as fans may place higher value on it but if you are putting them out there as a starter it matters not where they were drafted.
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Old 12-02-2013, 09:54 AM   #62
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How can you only score a field goal the last 3 quarters of the game yesterday. Giants defense is not good. How? im fucking lost. Someone please help me, how the fuck do you only get 90 yards in the fucking second half on offense?
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How can you only score a field goal the last 3 quarters of the game yesterday. Giants defense is not good. How? im fucking lost. Someone please help me, how the fuck do you only get 90 yards in the fucking second half on offense?
And the defense gave them the field goal on the turnover. This offense is atrocious.
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How can you only score a field goal the last 3 quarters of the game yesterday. Giants defense is not good. How? im fucking lost. Someone please help me, how the fuck do you only get 90 yards in the fucking second half on offense?

That's what happens when A.) U have no threats at all on offense, Garcon is the only guy that people respect.

B.) When u run a shitty college style Option stupid ass offense with Moss's old ass in the back field.

C.) When the right side of our line is incredibly bad, All of Tuck's sacks came on that side.

D.) Morris hardly played in the 2nd half
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And the defense gave them the field goal on the turnover. This offense is atrocious.
This team is a failure on so many levels right now. Painfully bad on both sides of the ball and in the coaching ranks. A good lesson learned for all the overhype and super-inflated expectations going into next season. Not to mention the arrogance from the head coach, quarterback, and the media here.

18 million in extra cash isn't going to come close to fixing everything that's wrong with this team. That's if any free agents want to come to this dysfunctional mess.
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I like how people are still fired up at this point, like you were expecting anything different from this team last night? lol

Miserable performances by the OL and receivers, to me those two units are glaring reasons why the offense struggles to maintain any consistency. I'm tired of seeing Polumbus and Chester getting schooled and how many dropped passes can you have in one night? Unreal.

On defense what else can you say, the cupboard is so bare outside of Hall, Rak, Kerrigan, Cofield, and probably Riley. All the rest are scrubs and shouldn't even be starting.

Hey at least that 2nd rd pick will be a high one eh?
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I like how people are still fired up at this point, like you were expecting anything different from this team last night? lol

Miserable performances by the OL and receivers, to me those two units are glaring reasons why the offense struggles to maintain any consistency. I'm tired of seeing Polumbus and Chester getting schooled and how many dropped passes can you have in one night? Unreal.

On defense what else can you say, the cupboard is so bare outside of Hall, Rak, Kerrigan, Cofield, and probably Riley. All the rest are scrubs and shouldn't even be starting.

Hey at least that 2nd rd pick will be a high one eh?

Friend of mine text me and said "how did u lose to NYG?" I replied REALLY?
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How can you only score a field goal the last 3 quarters of the game yesterday. Giants defense is not good. How? im fucking lost. Someone please help me, how the fuck do you only get 90 yards in the fucking second half on offense?
The play calling got complacent quite quickly last night. I would like some reasons for that. We clearly didn't make adequate in game adjustments.
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I like how people are still fired up at this point, like you were expecting anything different from this team last night? lol

Miserable performances by the OL and receivers, to me those two units are glaring reasons why the offense struggles to maintain any consistency. I'm tired of seeing Polumbus and Chester getting schooled and how many dropped passes can you have in one night? Unreal.

On defense what else can you say, the cupboard is so bare outside of Hall, Rak, Kerrigan, Cofield, and probably Riley. All the rest are scrubs and shouldn't even be starting.

Hey at least that 2nd rd pick will be a high one eh?
I imagine this conversation between them last night.
Chester: That 91 dude is pretty good.
Polumbus:Yeah someone should block him
Chester: Yeah
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I'm glad Collinsworth stood up for RG3 and the fact that we had no chance to upgrade our roster in the O/S, that being said there is no excuse to be this terrible a yr after u win 10 games
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The play calling got complacent quite quickly last night. I would like some reasons for that. We clearly didn't make adequate in game adjustments.
When we got the turnover early second half, Kyle called triple option to the short side. When Moss or Garcon motioned to the backfield, the Giants re aligned their Linebackers and shifted to the short side. First, why are we running a triple option to the short side, second, when we motioned WR to the backfield everybody knows what we are about to run and when you see the Giants adjust with LB (thats what good coaches do, they make adjustments at halftime) you need to get out of the play. Its a trainwreck on offense.
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Old 12-02-2013, 10:26 AM   #72
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I like how people are still fired up at this point, like you were expecting anything different from this team last night? lolMiserable performances by the OL and receivers, to me those two units are glaring reasons why the offense struggles to maintain any consistency. I'm tired of seeing Polumbus and Chester getting schooled and how many dropped passes can you have in one night? Unreal.

On defense what else can you say, the cupboard is so bare outside of Hall, Rak, Kerrigan, Cofield, and probably Riley. All the rest are scrubs and shouldn't even be starting.

Hey at least that 2nd rd pick will be a high one eh?
Honestly I was. The Giants are not a good team, they are beatable and we're at home. And the team came out strong last night for the first effing time all year. I had hope Matty. Its just frustrating to see the offense sputter again in the second half, the drop passes, argh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

One thing killing me are the stupid f*cking penalties: the multiple unsportsman like, the kicking of the ball by garcon, the false start by FD...This is stuff we can control.
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When we got the turnover early second half, Kyle called triple option to the short side. When Moss or Garcon motioned to the backfield, the Giants re aligned their Linebackers and shifted to the short side. First, why are we running a triple option to the short side, second, when we motioned WR to the backfield everybody knows what we are about to run and when you see the Giants adjust with LB (thats what good coaches do, they make adjustments at halftime) you need to get out of the play. Its a trainwreck on offense.

Yep We never make any adjustments, I knew we weren't going to keep scoring like we did in the 1st
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I think you are looking at this the wrong way. While we still need to find out whether RG3 is a franchise qb, the expectations are the same. If Tom Brady was a first rounder the expectations for him would be the same. Russell Wilson isn't held to lower standards because he was a third rounder a bad season is a bad season. We as fans may place higher value on it but if you are putting them out there as a starter it matters not where they were drafted.
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When we got the turnover early second half, Kyle called triple option to the short side. When Moss or Garcon motioned to the backfield, the Giants re aligned their Linebackers and shifted to the short side. First, why are we running a triple option to the short side, second, when we motioned WR to the backfield everybody knows what we are about to run and when you see the Giants adjust with LB (thats what good coaches do, they make adjustments at halftime) you need to get out of the play. Its a trainwreck on offense.
Even more first of all, why are we running the triple option period?
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