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  1. 5 hours ago, BKLYNYG said:

    You think the Giants are going to draw up a brand new contract for Eli for his age 39-40 years? I’d put the chances of that at less than 1%. 

    I really dont want to sound so jaded, but it would not surprise me in the slightest if they gave him another extension. Mara is still in love with Eli and seems content to live on past glories.

  2. 5 hours ago, pencil face said:

    lol Dorsey said Odell talent outweights the challenges, they probably think they can control him, if Coughlin couldn't control him no one can..

    Guys like him want one thing and one thing only. To win. That’s all. 

    He wasn’t winning, but according to every account I’ve seen from the players in the locker room, everyone loved him and he was a great teammate. People who call him a cancer are full of ish. 

  3. 12 minutes ago, vincent_NJG said:

    Bingo. Also, it's a saturated safety market and Landon is probably the 3rd or 4th best overall safety in it. Not only did he say he would hold out if tagged, his level of play wouldnt justify the tag.

    He's coming off down season and his reputation is a bit overblown because of his 2016 season. 

    Yep. He's capable of being a great player, but he doesn't put it into practice nearly often enough to justify a huge payday.

  4. 17 hours ago, VaBeach_Eagle said:

    Now that another season has come and gone, any new thoughts on Eli, Giants fans?

    Mine remain the same: Thanks for everything, Eli, but be gone. Its over

    That being said, there is zero doubt in my mind that he'll start every game in 2019. This front office is too blind and stupid to see that he can no longer get it done, no matter how many "weapons" you give him

    Let me add that I dont think they need to go after one of the top QB prospects. Personally, with the offensive threats they've already got, I think they really only need a mid tier game manager who protects the football. Grab him(whoever it may be, I dont follow college ball) in between building the trenches up on both sides. Majority of problems solved

  5. On 1/19/2019 at 11:50 AM, vincent_NJG said:

    Oh yeah. He will get another shot to start and hopefully this time, we will finally be able to come to a conclusion on him.

    I see him as a lower tier starter and hands down best back up in the league. Someone who will be average at best as a full time starter but terrific coming off the bench for stretches. A far superior version of Ryan Fitzpatrick.I Icould very well be wrong but until he succeeds as a full time week in week out 16 game starter, thats where I stand.

    That all being said, he's more than earned an opportunity to be a starter again. IDK if he will get a monster offer but I can see something somewhat comparable to what Alex Smith got is what id expect. His only real FA competition will probably be Flacco, Bridgewater, Bortles, and Tannehill. I'd have to imagine he gets the best deal of that bunch.


    The Raiders learned the hard way that even though Jeff Hostetler came in as a backup and won a SB, he wasn’t a starting caliber  NFL QB. 

    Foles did great stepping up last season and taking control, but I agree with you completely. Lower tier starter who will probably get a decent deal as a FA, but likely won’t live up to it

  6. 4 hours ago, BDAWK_4EVER said:

    You think +/- is a valuable hockey measurement. There is no need to read any further

    His threads are good for one thing, and one thing only: comic relief

    He doesn't watch games, he reads box scores and thinks the numbers will tell him everything. Flaming moron, that one...:roll:

  7. 25 minutes ago, wrestlevessel said:

    Wentz already injury prone getting injured twice in two years. Eli Manning has had a career for 14 years and never got injured even once. The Giants must have some great karma. If their next QB avoids injuries too that will make me angry as it is not fair. 

    He never gets hurt because it's so much fun to watch you melt down. Even Eli knows about your psychotic breakdowns:roll:

  8. 11 hours ago, skippyx said:

    You are a bunch of knuckle-draggers.

    A scumbag put his all into kicking a woman while she was down on the ground.

    That he was drunk when he did it and off balance or whatever is useless nuance.

    The man is garbage and should never play again.

    More overblown hysteria from the resident idiot drama queen:roll:

    I'd never defend any man hitting a woman for any reason, but Jesus Christ, people......this was nowhere close to being "brutal". I have personally known and seen women who were beaten to within an inch of their lives by gutless scumbags. This woman got pushed to the ground and kicked at. There is zero comparison

  9. 27 minutes ago, Happyfoosball said:

    False.  Hernandez and Brown have been a huge lift to this team.  The reason Barkley, OBJ, and even Eli have been putting up decent numbers lately is the OL has been playing better  SPECIFICALLY because of the two of them.  The defense has been putrid for the same reason, they gave away snacks and their getting murdered on the line of scrimmage.  Football is won at the line of scrimmage.  I will tell you this every time you come back me with this weak crap that has consistently been proven wrong.  FYI we've won two super bowls with Eli.  What was the difference?  How about Tuck, Strahan, Snee, Diehl, gimmie a break. 

    Saying something is wrong doesn't prove anything, so please stop making an a** of yourself. Still waiting for proof that he's a locker room cancer as well. Saying it doesn't make it so

    You said "We haven't won anything with him(Beckham)", and then you bring up Super Bowls that happened long before he was on the team. Seriously? :facepalm:

    You also said something to the effect of "Teams dont win with superstar WR"s". Well, ok...why are you getting on his case and saying stupid ish like "We haven't won anything with him"? Seems to me that you want to blame him for the team not winning, and also stating that star WR's dont help teams win. Which one is it? You cant have it both ways, Sparky.


  10. 23 minutes ago, Happyfoosball said:

    Eli's been throwing down the field for weeks what are you talking about?  He's in a short pass offense.  Don't you realize that?  But since the Carolina game if anything Eli has been pushing downfield probably more than he should as evidence by the interception he threw at the end of the half last week. 

    I said nothing about pushing the ball downfield, I said that he's not seeing downfield, and hasn't for a couple of seasons. Just because he's in a short pass offense doesn't mean he can't throw deep

    That pick to finish out the first half was all the proof anyone needs that he's a problem. He threw into triple coverage, rather than tossing it to Barkley, who was wide open right in front of him, with not a single defender near him for close to 10 yards. That could have very well been an easy TD, especially when you consider how hard he(Barkley) was playing up to that point. Just another dumb Eli moment

  11. 6 hours ago, Happyfoosball said:

    100% disagree.  OBJ is not a team player, he's selfish, has proven to be a locker room cancer, and to be honest what Mike said about him on the radio was pretty darn accurate.  We haven't won a thing with him.  5 years and 10-15 games under .500?  And he's worth 20 million a year?  Gimmie a break.

    Provide proof that he’s a locker room cancer, because from everything I’ve seen, his teammates love him. 

    They haven’t won a thing with him? They haven’t won a thing with ANYBODY, dumb a**. He and Barkley are the only two guys who are worth watching on the entire team, because they’re the only ones who consistently do their damn jobs

  12. 6 hours ago, Happyfoosball said:

    Your logic is garbage.  First you blamed Coughlin, then Reese, then Eli.  Once all three are gone, we will be even worse off then we were before.  Reese was the only one of the 3 that really needed to go.  The only reason I don't advocate for Eli anymore is that he's old, and the team sucks so why not get a replacement?  But you're ignorant if you think getting a new QB is going to help us block better, rush the passer better because those two things are the Giants main issues. 

    So a QB that doesn’t see the field beyond 5 yards in front of him isn’t a problem? Yeah, you’re really on to something there...

    A new QB isn’t going to solve all of the problems, but it’ll sure as F solve at least one big one. You’re blind if you don’t see that

  13. 2 hours ago, Road to Victory said:

    Who? Eli or OBJ? They're both your problems.

    Eli could have had that game wrapped up at halftime but he makes a terrible pass and Jenkins picks it off. That was your game right there. I said to myself, the Giants played about as good as they could and the Eagles played about as bad as they could but the Giants were only up one score. At that point I felt very confident the Eagles would come back and win. The Giants should have been up 21 at half.

    I was speaking of Eli. Beckham is the least of their worries, no matter how many people want to overreact every time the man breathes.

  14. 9 hours ago, Happyfoosball said:

    Since the day he left.  People like to say he was the problem, people were wrong.  After all if he were the problem wouldn't we be winning now?

    He was part of the problem, as was Reese. Thats not wrong at all. Look at how many coaches and coordinators have been here since, and they all failed.

    Only one player has been the constant throughout all of those changes, and they're still losing. There's still one more huge problem to take care of...