Ramses Barden Flashes His Potential:

ESPNNewYork.com’s Ohm Youngmisuk has an article on how second-year receiver Ramses Barden, a 6-foot-6, 227-pounder out of Cal Poly, is making strides this offseason after struggling through his rookie campaign in 2009.

Here is the link to the article.

http://sports.espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/news/story?id=5227539


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2 Responses to “Ramses Barden Flashes His Potential:”

  1. Jesse Cassel says:

    I think they should use him in third down and goal line situations. He’s big and that would be a great way to introduce him to the NFL game.

  2. Steve B. says:

    If he is half, or even a quarter as productive as Manningham was in his second year, than the Giants are going to be pretty happy.

    Manningham:
    Year 1
    4 Catches, 26 yards, 0 TD
    Year 2
    57 catches, 822 yards, 5 TD’s

    That is really impressive, and lets not forget that WR’s typically breakout in year 3, and the early reports from OTA’s are that Manningham looks faster/quicker then last year. Mainly due to the fact he is not thinking about playing, rather then just playing because he knows the offense. Lets not forget that Manningham was suppose to be a 1st round pick, that fell to the 3rd, another good move by Jerry Reese.

    And thats our number 3 WR. Add in Smith and Nicks, and hopefully a productive Barden, thats one scary WR set.

    If you take that a step further, and look at our Divisional rivals, who matches up with these WR’s? Dallas, no, Washington, no, Eagles are probably the best out of the 3, and their offensive is a question mark with Kolb

    Giants should have a great bounce back year, the Giants question mark is the defense, and I think the Defense will be 10x better than what it was last year, I like what I am seeing from Fewell (D-coordinator)

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