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  • #91
    Originally posted by iowatreat54 View Post
    No, see, the term organization constitutes one party. One party does not receive multiple rings for one Super Bowl. They theoretically receive a ring. Now, the different players and personnel obviously each receive a ring, thus constituting multiple rings. However, the organization is singular, meaning it does not receive multiple rings unless multiple championships are won. It's like saying "without them, the Giants won't have Super Bowl victories."
    Do not give me your George Carlin routine here. Anyway if the Giants "organization" doesn't sign those 3 players they wont have their ring or rings whichever u prefer.

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    • #92
      Originally posted by bigbluedefense View Post
      To be honest, I wasn't the biggest Canty fan. He's a great run stuffer, but thats all he is. He's overrated. I said it when he was with the Cowboys, and Im sticking to my guns on this one.

      Great run stuffer, not much of a pass rusher. He'll be great for our dline because we need a stronger presence inside, but is he worth 7 mill a season for a guy who won't get double teams and won't rush the passer?

      I don't think so.

      Don't get me wrong, I like the move, but Im not as excited as everyone else is. Im thrilled with Boley, I love that move like you wouldn't believe, but I think we tied up too much money to Bernard and Canty.

      We're making too many FA moves for my liking. I was never a big fan of FA. I don't think you win SBs with FA.

      Call me one of the few Giant fans that are skeptical about all of this. Im not as excited about it as everyone else is.
      Glad you said it, BBD. I completely agree. Not sure why every Giants fan thinks this is such an amazing signing. It might be if it was for 15 million dollars less, but I don't really like it.

      Solid signing considering the money and certainly our defensive line is much stronger now, but I think it'd be better off spent else where like re-signing Eli, re-negotiating Osi's contract most likely, and maybe signing a free agent WR down the road.
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      • #93
        Originally posted by LTgiants View Post
        Do not give me your George Carlin routine here. Anyway if the Giants "organization" doesn't sign those 3 players they wont have their ring or rings whichever u prefer.
        Yea I don't disagree with that statement at all.

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        • #94
          Originally posted by Forenci View Post
          Glad you said it, BBD. I completely agree. Not sure why every Giants fan thinks this is such an amazing signing. It might be if it was for 15 million dollars less, but I don't really like it.

          Solid signing considering the money and certainly our defensive line is much stronger now, but I think it'd be better off spent else where like re-signing Eli, re-negotiating Osi's contract most likely, and maybe signing a free agent WR down the road.
          Which we could all still do. When we re-sign Eli we'll have even more cap space the next couple of years. Osi isn't going to get a new deal coming off an injury.
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          • #95
            Originally posted by ATLDirtyBirds View Post
            I understand that and all, but look at that defense. We had a highly rated offense last year and Matt is going to be in year 2. Everyone is back. But we current have no NT, ROLB, LOLB, SS, #3 corner, LDE. We've got every chance to be just as good with the offense, but we aren't going to do much of anything with that D.
            It's called the second wave of FA man. Teams like the Steeler and the Colts do it all the time.

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            • #96
              Originally posted by Brodeur View Post
              I don't know how Philly can catch up with Dallas trading for Jon Kitna. That's a landmark move right there.

              Oh yeah and the over the hill Brooking signing.
              Not spectacular moves that would make the casual fan excited, that's for sure. But I'm impressed with Jerry this year. He's got a tight wallet on bringing in outside FAs . ...and that's 2 years in a row now... Last season only a small Zach Thomas contract was made.

              Jerry gets crucified for making big signings... and he gets crucified for not making big signings... the guy just can't win.

              What he's allowing himself to do is have enough space to retain our key FAs. Newman, Barber, Ratliff, Adams last year... Soon we will lock up Ware. There's no way we resign him if we spend frivously in FA.

              So these moves by Jerry have been on the downlow, but they have been very sound. Kitna is going to be a much better back up than Brad Johnson and Brooks Bollinger and he already has a couple years under his belt playing with Roy Williams. There were no affortdable FA QBs that offer what Kitna offers. ...and there are no QBs in the draft that fit the need either. We're not looking for a replacement, just a guy with some fire in his belly who could push/advise/compete with Romo to be a better QB and who could hold the fort down in case of injury. Plus getting rid of Henry's salary is a big plus. Henry has been declining the last 2 years and Safety is easier to address than QB in this year's draft.

              Brooking is a wash with Zach Thomas if you ask me, but if he can provide any leadership at all then that's already a plus. Thomas was a sour puss since, playing out of position and not wanting to be a leader. That's why he's gone. Ray Lewis tried his hardest to make Jerry open up his wallet, but Jerry stuck to his guns and still got a leader at a much cheaper price. 2M a year for Brooking sounds better than 10+M a year for Lewis, imo... especially with our DL... where Ray doesn't have a the same kind of big blockers in front of him.

              Canty will be missed, but not at that price tag. Just last year, Jerry resigned Ratliff to a 5 year, $20.5M deal. No wonder sides were so far apart after Canty landed a 5 year, $42M deal.

              Jerry is wising up... I like this.

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              • #97
                F*** my life.

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                • #98
                  Originally posted by TitanHope View Post
                  NFC East Arms Race!!!

                  *grabs popcorn*
                  Lol it is an entirely different world in the NFC East. 4 playoff contenders and 3 legitimate Superbowl contenders, makes for some good games. But, whenever there is a player on the market an NFC East team is always competing with each other. Take for example Anquan Boldin, out of all 32 teams in the NFL it is rumored that if he were traded the Giants and Eagles both have offers waiting.

                  But Chris Canty is a very good player and with the right coaching I believe that he can become a pro-bowl DT (not that that means anything now) with some good coaching, which is bad news for the Eagles.

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                  • #99
                    unlucky packers, castillo is still there

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