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    That interview was absurd. The guy is a complete butt head and I'm very happy he's gone. That said, yes the Giants made a bunch of good moves and will be much more competitive this season. If the schedule was a bit easier I'd have them down for double digit wins...but the Giants have one of the more challenging schedules in the league when you factor in travel schedule. It's fair to question how the Birds will handle success. This is new territory for that organization. Insulting Philly and Washington doesn't mean he'll never get a job again...his incompetence and abrasive personality ensures he'll never get a job again.
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    Pfffffffft. McAdoo can't even handle his own team better yet handle success. Who is this idiot? Didn't you get fired and replaced by a guy who went through our building? This better be a different McAdoo. Ben McAdoo was worse than Chip Kelly. And that's pretty interesting.
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    We can't handle success said the guy who started Geno Smith? Right. Moving on.
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    Tell Mr. McPervstache to butt out.
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    "I think Philly, how much success has Philly had?" McAdoo said. "I think they're gonna have a hard time handling success. Dallas, I like their offensive line, but how long have we been saying that? Their defense, they got a bunch of young guys playing DB, Sean Lee is banged up a lot, and their D-line, they got a bunch of guys getting in trouble all the time. And Washington is Washington, right?" He then goes on to say on the Giants and getting Solder - "Getting a left tackle in there will help them in a lot of ways," McAdoo said of Solder. "I don't think he's a very good player" Yes you read that right. It's a good thing they got a guy in there who I think isn't a very good player.. BUT, still picks the Giants to win the NFCE because they made a lot of moves "that I wanted to make" This guy just erased any chance of coaching in the NFL(if anywhere) again. ****.
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    I WAS referring to the latter of which you stated, not the insults.
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    If Philly takes a step back, I doubt it will be for the reason he is suggesting. Not with Doug.
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    IDGAF about his numbers, he was a cancer in the NFL and should have never been inducted in the first place. F him.
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    No, he'll be the first no-show. They should rescind his induction.
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    Has anyone not gone, or not been represented, at the HOF induction ceremony before? He's supposed to get the jacket at Friday dinner. If he's not there, then send him the jacket the next day. If he's not at the induction, and nobody is there to represent him, why mention him? Sounds fair.
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    I wouldnt be surprised if TO showed up, unannounced, and started doing situps in the parking lot with the fans.
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    They should really just not say anything about it and do the process as normal. This just makes more drama for media outlets to pick up on and further takes away from the other players in the class.
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    Exactly. I mean look at the dynasties throughout the history of the game. They do fall away at some point. That doesn't mean to say that they won't come back one day though.
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    I wouldn't take the law firm statement as gospel either. They obviously see a pay day here. As for the IG post, I believe she said he was responsible for it, not that he himself did it. Also, its a friend who wasn't there. Police said it was only the victim and a cousin at the house. I wouldn't be surprised if a friend heard her friend got beat, knew about the pre existing beef, and jumped to conclusions accusing McCoy out of anger or whatever emotion she was going through. Which is probably why she deleted the comment and made her IG private. I'd also not take McCoys statement as gospel either, obviously. He claimed he hasn't spoken to them in months which really doesnt make sense when someone you dont want living in your home is in your home. I don't remember this specifically but I believe he dropped the court case in May or June and then re-opened it a few weeks later, which again, doesn't make sense when you haven't spoken or interacted with anyone in months. I do agree it will take a lot more to tie McCoy into all of this. At the moment, it is a weak case. It could just be a friend of McCoy who took action into his own hands and the situation ended up violent. Who knows.
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    There's the proof Shady is innocent. She was living with LeShawn McCoy. Mistaken identity. If she's going to pursue this against LeSean she should find some better lawyers.
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    Not necessarily. His birthday is coming up and his friends may have decided to go get something for him on their own. It was also only the preliminary investigation.
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    We got the better of the deal because that trade helped lead to the trade with the Dolphins which allowed us to go up to #2 for Carson.
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    If he did it, he needs to go away for a very long time. If the claims are false, in order to destroy his career and life, then the same punishment needs to be given to those who tried to destroy him with the false claims.
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    If these accusations prove to be false, then the accuser should face the same legal punishment that McCoy would face if they are true.
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    We've all known for a good while that McCoy is a shady person. Wasn't it just last year that he was accused of assaulting off duty police officers? Then there's the bus incident and weren't there other things on social media a few years back? He's definitely a talented football player, but he seems to be a POS human being. If the accusations are true, he belongs in prison for a good, long stint, and while I a part of me had wished that our trade offer for him last year had gone through, I'm really glad it didn't. We won it all without him and now we don't have to deal with all of this. I can imagine Goodell putting him on the Commissioners Exempt list while the investigation and any court proceedings take place. I won't be shocked if he doesn't play in 2018.
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    Oh, I'm not. I just like saying it. You know why? Because Nick Foles is the reigning Super Bowl MVP! See? That has a beautiful ring to it (both in how it sounds, and in the ring that they'll get later this month). But on the topic of his momentary ranking in the NFC East, his performance, even with the not so good ones, puts him in the top 2... at this moment. As for how often the winning QB gets MVP, yes the winning QB does have a better than not chance of getting it, but it's not the 99% chance that you're stating. It's actually 56%. So it's a little better than a 50/50 chance, but it's not set in stone. Did you watch that Super Bowl? If so, would you say that Nick earned that award? He led the Eagles to score on every drive the Eagles had, less two. I think they had the ball 11 times and they scored on 9 of those possessions. His accuracy and poise was, to my memory, unmatched in the Super Bowl and that's not counting how he did in the other two playoff games of the 2017 season. If you didn't watch that Super Bowl (which as a Giants fan, I'd completely understand, though I watched all of the Giants Super Bowls and even have a Blu Ray of the 2007 game... or maybe it's the 2011 game... or maybe it's actually both lol), you should watch it, and being Super Bowl MVP is by FAR more than like being picked for the Pro Bowl. Eli Manning's two Super Bowl MVP awards are likely going to be what gets him into the Hall of Fame. Without those, he doesn't get in (in my opinion).
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    Ok, I’ll call him ‘your man.’ Sounds about right.
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    I am not comparing the players really. But if someone says to compare the body of work than you need to look at the good and bad from both players. Manning has piled up tons of stats. But some of them are really bad stats too. He has won a whole lot of games, but lost a lot too (I think the 5th most losses). Foles has had some rough stretches, and each time the team he was with completely gave up on him even though he has shown he can play brilliantly in the right situation. If the Giants did the same to Manning history would be a lot different. But they didnt. They stuck with him and it worked out well for the most part.
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