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Kodaraw


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 11, 2017 10:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Pugh is arguably a top 5 guard. Not worth moving him.

TJ Lang is still a free agent. Curious how his recovery is going. Maybe we could get him on a 1-year or 2-year deal, which would allow him to hit the market in the future, and solidify our other G position. Fluker is a solid run blocker but leaves a lot to be desired as a pass blocker. Not opposed to starting Hart somewhere on the line. But we still need depth.

Fluker, Lang, Austin Patzor, Andre Smith, Nick Mangold.

Also, we have interest in Geno Smith hah.

Also available: Pretty much every RB besides Woodhead; Kevin Minter; Zach Brown; Datone Jones; Lawrence Guy; Bennie Logan; Mychal Rivera.

Market seeks weak for RB and DL. May be good for us.

Would be nice to come out with Rivera, OG/RT, Lacy, and some depth. Unfortunately, cap probably won't make that easy.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 11, 2017 12:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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QB Geno Smith met with the Giants today.

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 12, 2017 10:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

That cap is killing us but hopefully with the fluker signing we can go get Patszos for cheap too to solidify the right side of the line. I think we can grab Freeman the RB out of Texas in the third round to be a nice complement to Perkins



Kodaraw wrote:
Pugh is arguably a top 5 guard. Not worth moving him.

TJ Lang is still a free agent. Curious how his recovery is going. Maybe we could get him on a 1-year or 2-year deal, which would allow him to hit the market in the future, and solidify our other G position. Fluker is a solid run blocker but leaves a lot to be desired as a pass blocker. Not opposed to starting Hart somewhere on the line. But we still need depth.

Fluker, Lang, Austin Patzor, Andre Smith, Nick Mangold.

Also, we have interest in Geno Smith hah.

Also available: Pretty much every RB besides Woodhead; Kevin Minter; Zach Brown; Datone Jones; Lawrence Guy; Bennie Logan; Mychal Rivera.

Market seeks weak for RB and DL. May be good for us.

Would be nice to come out with Rivera, OG/RT, Lacy, and some depth. Unfortunately, cap probably won't make that easy.
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Kodaraw


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 12, 2017 1:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

WiscoBlue21 wrote:
That cap is killing us but hopefully with the fluker signing we can go get Patszos for cheap too to solidify the right side of the line. I think we can grab Freeman the RB out of Texas in the third round to be a nice complement to Perkins



Kodaraw wrote:
Pugh is arguably a top 5 guard. Not worth moving him.

TJ Lang is still a free agent. Curious how his recovery is going. Maybe we could get him on a 1-year or 2-year deal, which would allow him to hit the market in the future, and solidify our other G position. Fluker is a solid run blocker but leaves a lot to be desired as a pass blocker. Not opposed to starting Hart somewhere on the line. But we still need depth.

Fluker, Lang, Austin Patzor, Andre Smith, Nick Mangold.

Also, we have interest in Geno Smith hah.

Also available: Pretty much every RB besides Woodhead; Kevin Minter; Zach Brown; Datone Jones; Lawrence Guy; Bennie Logan; Mychal Rivera.

Market seeks weak for RB and DL. May be good for us.

Would be nice to come out with Rivera, OG/RT, Lacy, and some depth. Unfortunately, cap probably won't make that easy.


He's very one dimensional and has a stress fracture so may fall. But he averaged like 6 YPC in college with limited mileage. I love Mixons skill set but don't like who he is as a person. If we sign Patszor and add some DL depth, I think we're solid.

I still want Hassan Reddick in the first if he's there. Then not too picky. Ideally, I'd like to get Mahomes, TE, RB, DL, CB. I think Reddick will man the middle for the next ten years and let spags bring pressure from LBs.

Watson didn't show a strong arm at combine. In fact, he's velocity was the weakest of most QBs. Kizer had a strong arm but bad footwork. Mahomes had the strongest arm
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 13, 2017 12:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kodaraw wrote:
WiscoBlue21 wrote:
That cap is killing us but hopefully with the fluker signing we can go get Patszos for cheap too to solidify the right side of the line. I think we can grab Freeman the RB out of Texas in the third round to be a nice complement to Perkins



Kodaraw wrote:
Pugh is arguably a top 5 guard. Not worth moving him.

TJ Lang is still a free agent. Curious how his recovery is going. Maybe we could get him on a 1-year or 2-year deal, which would allow him to hit the market in the future, and solidify our other G position. Fluker is a solid run blocker but leaves a lot to be desired as a pass blocker. Not opposed to starting Hart somewhere on the line. But we still need depth.

Fluker, Lang, Austin Patzor, Andre Smith, Nick Mangold.

Also, we have interest in Geno Smith hah.

Also available: Pretty much every RB besides Woodhead; Kevin Minter; Zach Brown; Datone Jones; Lawrence Guy; Bennie Logan; Mychal Rivera.

Market seeks weak for RB and DL. May be good for us.

Would be nice to come out with Rivera, OG/RT, Lacy, and some depth. Unfortunately, cap probably won't make that easy.


He's very one dimensional and has a stress fracture so may fall. But he averaged like 6 YPC in college with limited mileage. I love Mixons skill set but don't like who he is as a person. If we sign Patszor and add some DL depth, I think we're solid.

I still want Hassan Reddick in the first if he's there. Then not too picky. Ideally, I'd like to get Mahomes, TE, RB, DL, CB. I think Reddick will man the middle for the next ten years and let spags bring pressure from LBs.

Watson didn't show a strong arm at combine. In fact, he's velocity was the weakest of most QBs. Kizer had a strong arm but bad footwork. Mahomes had the strongest arm


Do not buy into the velocity measurements at the combine. Watson has good arm strength.
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Kodaraw


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 13, 2017 12:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

reckless123 wrote:
Kodaraw wrote:
WiscoBlue21 wrote:
That cap is killing us but hopefully with the fluker signing we can go get Patszos for cheap too to solidify the right side of the line. I think we can grab Freeman the RB out of Texas in the third round to be a nice complement to Perkins



Kodaraw wrote:
Pugh is arguably a top 5 guard. Not worth moving him.

TJ Lang is still a free agent. Curious how his recovery is going. Maybe we could get him on a 1-year or 2-year deal, which would allow him to hit the market in the future, and solidify our other G position. Fluker is a solid run blocker but leaves a lot to be desired as a pass blocker. Not opposed to starting Hart somewhere on the line. But we still need depth.

Fluker, Lang, Austin Patzor, Andre Smith, Nick Mangold.

Also, we have interest in Geno Smith hah.

Also available: Pretty much every RB besides Woodhead; Kevin Minter; Zach Brown; Datone Jones; Lawrence Guy; Bennie Logan; Mychal Rivera.

Market seeks weak for RB and DL. May be good for us.

Would be nice to come out with Rivera, OG/RT, Lacy, and some depth. Unfortunately, cap probably won't make that easy.


He's very one dimensional and has a stress fracture so may fall. But he averaged like 6 YPC in college with limited mileage. I love Mixons skill set but don't like who he is as a person. If we sign Patszor and add some DL depth, I think we're solid.

I still want Hassan Reddick in the first if he's there. Then not too picky. Ideally, I'd like to get Mahomes, TE, RB, DL, CB. I think Reddick will man the middle for the next ten years and let spags bring pressure from LBs.

Watson didn't show a strong arm at combine. In fact, he's velocity was the weakest of most QBs. Kizer had a strong arm but bad footwork. Mahomes had the strongest arm


Do not buy into the velocity measurements at the combine. Watson has good arm strength.


It's been a fairly accurate indicator of QBs who will fail. Only QB in recent memory that succeeded with similar velocity as Watson was Tyrod Taylor.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 13, 2017 2:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kodaraw wrote:
reckless123 wrote:
Kodaraw wrote:
WiscoBlue21 wrote:
That cap is killing us but hopefully with the fluker signing we can go get Patszos for cheap too to solidify the right side of the line. I think we can grab Freeman the RB out of Texas in the third round to be a nice complement to Perkins



Kodaraw wrote:
Pugh is arguably a top 5 guard. Not worth moving him.

TJ Lang is still a free agent. Curious how his recovery is going. Maybe we could get him on a 1-year or 2-year deal, which would allow him to hit the market in the future, and solidify our other G position. Fluker is a solid run blocker but leaves a lot to be desired as a pass blocker. Not opposed to starting Hart somewhere on the line. But we still need depth.

Fluker, Lang, Austin Patzor, Andre Smith, Nick Mangold.

Also, we have interest in Geno Smith hah.

Also available: Pretty much every RB besides Woodhead; Kevin Minter; Zach Brown; Datone Jones; Lawrence Guy; Bennie Logan; Mychal Rivera.

Market seeks weak for RB and DL. May be good for us.

Would be nice to come out with Rivera, OG/RT, Lacy, and some depth. Unfortunately, cap probably won't make that easy.


He's very one dimensional and has a stress fracture so may fall. But he averaged like 6 YPC in college with limited mileage. I love Mixons skill set but don't like who he is as a person. If we sign Patszor and add some DL depth, I think we're solid.

I still want Hassan Reddick in the first if he's there. Then not too picky. Ideally, I'd like to get Mahomes, TE, RB, DL, CB. I think Reddick will man the middle for the next ten years and let spags bring pressure from LBs.

Watson didn't show a strong arm at combine. In fact, he's velocity was the weakest of most QBs. Kizer had a strong arm but bad footwork. Mahomes had the strongest arm


Do not buy into the velocity measurements at the combine. Watson has good arm strength.


It's been a fairly accurate indicator of QBs who will fail. Only QB in recent memory that succeeded with similar velocity as Watson was Tyrod Taylor.


Cool, but that isn't an indicator of his arm strength. On tape he's got good zip on his passes. Tyrod himself has a good arm. 48mph is too low and it doesn't represent what we saw in games. I take it with a grain of salt.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 14, 2017 12:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Lacy signed with Seattle. Leaves Murray and Charles.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 14, 2017 12:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think I would rather get a running back in the draft anyway. Perkins, Vereen and add a big body in the draft.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 14, 2017 2:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Foreman in the 3rd round


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I think I would rather get a running back in the draft anyway. Perkins, Vereen and add a big body in the draft.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 14, 2017 2:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

WiscoBlue21 wrote:
Foreman in the 3rd round


Gmen wrote:
I think I would rather get a running back in the draft anyway. Perkins, Vereen and add a big body in the draft.


I like Murray but as a 3 down back. He's a good compliment to Perkins, but draft is definitely loaded. Hoping Vereen stays healthy.
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What do you think of Sidney Jones in the 3rd round? I say this because DRC is getting older and we don't have to play him straight away, we can groom him. This could very well be DRC last season.
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reckless123 wrote:
What do you think of Sidney Jones in the 3rd round? I say this because DRC is getting older and we don't have to play him straight away, we can groom him. This could very well be DRC last season.


If he's there in the third, for sure.
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Imagine having another OBJ on this offense? Shocked



Really starting to warm up to the idea of taking McCaffrey at 23 if he's there.
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McCaffrey would fit this style of offense very well. If the Giants don't think Perkins is the future, and think McCaffrey is a gamechanger, then I say go for it. Same way I felt about drafting a running back in the first round the past several drafts.
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