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Posts Tagged ‘analysis’

Prospect Profiles-ILB Daryl Washington

Daryl Washington is one of two players from non-BCS schools that I think the Giants should consider drafting in round two. The other (and the one I like a lot more) is CB Kyle Wilson of Boise State. ProDraftParty Video Darryl Washington Clips Measurables 6’3” 234 pounds. Senior. Stats Career: 219, 1 FF, 4 INT […]

Prospect Profiles- DT Arthur Jones (Syracuse)

Arthur Jones is a “rangy” (that’s a lame pun) in the 2010 N.F.L. Draft. Arthur Jones has great ability to make plays from sideline to sideline (weird for a defensive tackle) because he’s a very good athlete at defensive tackle. His N.F.L. draft stock is also very curious and covers a wide range. There are […]

Prospect Profiles-DT Brian Price

Brian Price is a super productive young defensive tackle, who will be shooting up draft boards this off-season, especially if he can bulk up on his frame. He’s not a player that will be drafted by a 3-4 team to play nose tackle. Maybe a team will consider drafting him and playing him as a […]

Prospect Profiles-ILB Rolando McClain

 I fully expect Rolando McClain to be the first linebacker taken in this upcoming draft and as such I expect him to be a top 12 pick and probably NOT Available when the Giants draft. However, it is not out of the realm of probability that the Giants could draft Rolando McClain, either 15th overall […]

Prospect Profiles

I am going to do a feature this off-season I’ll call “prospect profiles” and I’ll profile prospects (I’m very creative and witty with titles) that I think the Giants should be interested in for this upcoming draft. I will NOT limit the prospect profiles to first round players only, but I’ll probably concentrate the profiles […]

Giants Playoff Hopes Down To A Prayer:

With their playoff lifes on the line the Giants stayed in the locker room not bothering to show up today and getting destroyed by the Panthers 41-9. A holding penalty and fumble should not cause a good team to totaly self destruct. The defense is ABSOLUTELY terrible thats it no excuses and the running game […]

Sound Familiar?

Check out the Philly / San Diego One Liners from PFT if you want some familiar analysis of how you lose a game to a team you should have beaten. Highlights: Eagles coach Andy Reid was content to settle for field goals in the red zone and it added up to a 31-23 loss. The […]

Ron Jaworski Says “Something Is Wrong With Brandon Jacobs”

From Ron Jaworski, who’s been watching film of the Giants for ESPN’s NFL Matchup show, said today on ESPN’s Mike and Mike in the Morning that from his analysis of Jacobs, it’s clear that something is wrong with him. “This is a team that has to be fueled by the power running game of […]

Why You Don’t Count Your Chickens…

I saw this from Paul Schwartz over at the NY Post this morning: “NEXT stop, 5-0. Well, maybe not the very next stop, but that’s the destination the Giants should be headed, starting with Sunday’s soft landing in Tampa, followed by a cushy trip to Kansas City then a comfy return home to meet and […]

Player of the game: Mario Manningham

My game ball, goes out to Mario Manningham who before this game had 7 career receptions for 84 yards. Well tonight, Manningham was Eli’s favorite receiver, as he had 10 receptions for 150 yards and a great catch in the end zone for a touchdown. I’m not saying that his performance tonight will prove he […]