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All Players Practiced Today

How’s this for a nice surprise: All Giants practiced today. Yes, you read that right. All Giants practiced today. Aaron Ross practiced. Even Ahmad Bradshaw practiced. This is good news for the G-Men. This bye week has done them wonders.

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4 Responses to “All Players Practiced Today”

  1. mike says:

    finally been waiting all season to hear that and maybe just in the nick of time…. now hopefully we can turn this season around and make a run

  2. andrew ilnicki says:

    ive been rewatching the season so far from the giants via NFL game rewind. at this point ive seen every game atleast twice.

    one thing that is clear, the Giants have all kinds of talent — they can go all the way if they put all their pieces together in one game, and do it consistently.

    playing cohesive football like that is what the Giants have been lacking the last few weeks, one aspect will show up while the others one, like all offense or all defense instead of one team playing good football.

    i think gilbride has done a nice job between the 20s, but not in either red zone. And if coughlin is actually responsible for those calls the last few games then it’s not just one person to blame.

    this team is capable of going all the way – thats evident in the way they have been playing. time to put it all together and get focused.

    nowhere to go but up.

    • Russo says:

      I dont buy the fact that Caughlin was to blame for those calls. I just think he isnt the type of guy to throw someone under the bus. However, as the head coach he needs to address the issue any way possible.

  3. andrew ilnicki says:

    well im just going on what he said… he didnt turn to gilbride when eli was under center on the 19 yard line and say…

    “hey kevin — uber conservative on this one”

    this has been an issue for the past 2 seasons. kevin boss had been the safety valve for the red zone last season… time to get back to what works.

    the fact that they called one play to boss and had one touchdown highlights the fact that the coaches are deliberately avoiding what works to prove a point about game plan.

    all you have to do is run numbers on what works inside the 20 and you have your answers!!! theres NO OTHER EXPLANAITION than they are deliberately calling conservative plays to try and beef up execution of pedestrian plays that are telegraphed — they believe its a mental thing, it isnt.

    its poor coaching and poor conception of what defenses are bringing at you inside the red zone.

    deceive deceive deceive. dont get literal inside the red zone. stay creative and score points with tried and true methods. use your tight end. use your tallest receiver on a fade. use timing patterns to smith and nicks. use slants. run play action.

    NO screens and NO telegraphed runs up the gut for gods sake. ONE run up the gut from the 1 yard line is fine, 3 and a row and you steam our clams.

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