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Old 08-06-2007, 01:14 PM    (permalink
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The comment on the bottom spoke volumes about how we feel as Giants fans...

Oh and wtf Spags? This better just be tinkering and not actually done during the game :(



What's with all this messing around with defensive schemes? Is Lewis wearing a Spags mask to haunt us or something? I don't like the sound of all that screwing around with the defensive front. All we need to do with the D-Line is rotate in fresh legs as they're needed. We don't need DE's covering downfield on pass plays, we need them sacking enemy QB's! It's tough enough for our LB's to cover TE's and RB's, we donn't need to stress out the D-Line! What's the hell's the matter with Spags?! What happened to the good, old fashioned smash-mouth football - just like the offense? I thought we were getting better?! Not same old, same old. We already know what DOESN'T work...
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haha. well in all seriousness, it is a plausible trade. Reese needs to make it happen.
But it's the Giants and it probably won't.
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If Strahan doesn't come back we'll need Willie Jo for rotational purposes at DE. Coughlin has singled him out as to having a strong camp so far primarily playing DE.
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Old 08-06-2007, 01:34 PM    (permalink
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If Strahan doesn't come back we'll need Willie Jo for rotational purposes at DE. Coughlin has singled him out as to having a strong camp so far primarily playing DE.
I rather have Awasome in there. Joseph played DE last year when we had all those injuries and was horrible there. If we're banking on Joseph to hold down a DE spot just in case, chances are we're screwed anyway and could use an extra draft pick to begin with.
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Johnny Jolly and Colin Cole are the best 3rd string DT tandem in the entire NFC North.

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Dungy: McFarland's injury a 'long-term' proposition

By Mike Chappell
August 6, 2007

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- The Indianapolis Colts are prepared to move on without defensive tackle Anthony McFarland. It remains to be seen if that means for several weeks, or the entire season.

Coach Tony Dungy confirmed after this morning's practice at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology that McFarland suffered damage to the patella tendon in one of his knees late last week.

"We don't know the full extent of it,'' Dungy said. "It's serious. It's something where he's not going to be back in the next 3-4 weeks. It's a long-term injury.''

Surgery is likely. Dungy wouldn't speculate on whether McFarland could return from the operation and play late in the season. After practice, Dungy informed the players that injuries are part of the game and that someone must step up and fill in for a fallen teammate.

"We've lost guys and other guys have stepped up,'' he said. "We've got some guys that (the injury) will mean a little more playing time for.''
On a related note, Quinn Pitcock practiced for the first time Monday.
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