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  • #16
    I'm not sure about him never being 100%. I think he is trying too much too quickly. Other guys who had surgeries and things over the offseason are limited to practice once a day and seem to be doing fine. I wish they would have done with with Lavar.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Jughead10
      I'm not sure about him never being 100%. I think he is trying too much too quickly. Other guys who had surgeries and things over the offseason are limited to practice once a day and seem to be doing fine. I wish they would have done with with Lavar.

      He is about to start putting blame on other people so i hope you are ready for it.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by SeanTaylor21
        Originally posted by Jughead10
        I'm not sure about him never being 100%. I think he is trying too much too quickly. Other guys who had surgeries and things over the offseason are limited to practice once a day and seem to be doing fine. I wish they would have done with with Lavar.

        He is about to start putting blame on other people so i hope you are ready for it.
        I don't think that is going to happen yet. I've talked to a bunch of people who have gone up to Albany for camp and they said Lavar when not practicing is the only guy on the sideline with a clipboard and pen taking down notes of everthing.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Jughead10
          Originally posted by SeanTaylor21
          Originally posted by Jughead10
          I'm not sure about him never being 100%. I think he is trying too much too quickly. Other guys who had surgeries and things over the offseason are limited to practice once a day and seem to be doing fine. I wish they would have done with with Lavar.

          He is about to start putting blame on other people so i hope you are ready for it.
          I don't think that is going to happen yet. I've talked to a bunch of people who have gone up to Albany for camp and they said Lavar when not practicing is the only guy on the sideline with a clipboard and pen taking down notes of everthing.

          I dont see how that is relevant.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by SeanTaylor21
            Originally posted by Jughead10
            Originally posted by SeanTaylor21
            Originally posted by Jughead10
            I'm not sure about him never being 100%. I think he is trying too much too quickly. Other guys who had surgeries and things over the offseason are limited to practice once a day and seem to be doing fine. I wish they would have done with with Lavar.

            He is about to start putting blame on other people so i hope you are ready for it.
            I don't think that is going to happen yet. I've talked to a bunch of people who have gone up to Albany for camp and they said Lavar when not practicing is the only guy on the sideline with a clipboard and pen taking down notes of everthing.

            I dont see how that is relevant.
            I don't see how putting blame on other people is relevant. My point was instead of making a big deal negatively about this small setback, it seems he is being very positive and making the most out of it by studying very hard and learning as much as humanly possible.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Jughead10
              Originally posted by SeanTaylor21
              Originally posted by Jughead10
              Originally posted by SeanTaylor21
              Originally posted by Jughead10
              I'm not sure about him never being 100%. I think he is trying too much too quickly. Other guys who had surgeries and things over the offseason are limited to practice once a day and seem to be doing fine. I wish they would have done with with Lavar.

              He is about to start putting blame on other people so i hope you are ready for it.
              I don't think that is going to happen yet. I've talked to a bunch of people who have gone up to Albany for camp and they said Lavar when not practicing is the only guy on the sideline with a clipboard and pen taking down notes of everthing.

              I dont see how that is relevant.
              I don't see how putting blame on other people is relevant. My point was instead of making a big deal negatively about this small setback, it seems he is being very positive and making the most out of it by studying very hard and learning as much as humanly possible.

              He is still lavar arrington meaning its all about him, so its not his fault his knee is hurt. In Lavar's mind the giants didnt give him enough rest. The giants knew that he was only gonna be a 20-25 plays a game guy when they got him though.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by SeanTaylor21
                Originally posted by Jughead10
                Originally posted by SeanTaylor21
                Originally posted by Jughead10
                Originally posted by SeanTaylor21
                Originally posted by Jughead10
                I'm not sure about him never being 100%. I think he is trying too much too quickly. Other guys who had surgeries and things over the offseason are limited to practice once a day and seem to be doing fine. I wish they would have done with with Lavar.

                He is about to start putting blame on other people so i hope you are ready for it.
                I don't think that is going to happen yet. I've talked to a bunch of people who have gone up to Albany for camp and they said Lavar when not practicing is the only guy on the sideline with a clipboard and pen taking down notes of everthing.

                I dont see how that is relevant.
                I don't see how putting blame on other people is relevant. My point was instead of making a big deal negatively about this small setback, it seems he is being very positive and making the most out of it by studying very hard and learning as much as humanly possible.

                He is still lavar arrington meaning its all about him, so its not his fault his knee is hurt. In Lavar's mind the giants didnt give him enough rest. The giants knew that he was only gonna be a 20-25 plays a game guy when they got him though.
                Damn, do you get paid for this? I wish I was a mind reader too.

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                • #23
                  Jughead, why are the Giants playing Lavar at SLB and Emmons at WLB? Makes no sense to me at all.

                  Thanks to jkpigskin

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Dillen
                    Jughead, why are the Giants playing Lavar at SLB and Emmons at WLB? Makes no sense to me at all.
                    Giants are playing mostly an under 4-3 scheme as their base. In which the SLB plays close to the LOS over the TE right next to Strahan in most cases. In turn the WLB is shifted further over as well and is almost like a seoncd MLB. Giants feel Arrington is athletic enough to drop back and cover a TE but can also do his best damage when as close to the LOS as possible, where they can let him loose on a QB as well. This also played into drafting Wilkinson to eventually be our WLB of the future, because he is also experienced as a MIKE.

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                    • #25
                      Lavar's salary is largely performance based, so if he does wind up being injured it won't effect the Giants much, they protected themselves in that regard. I for one, was not hysterical when we got him, I think he will be a nice addition, but anyone expecting LT like results is being foolish.

                      If healthy he can be a great rushbacker, and he seems poised to have a good year. However, I am not too surprised that he's fallen into injury troubles already. Apparently he claims he is fine and can play if he wants, but the staff is taking a precautionary approach to him and making sure he is ready for the season. The scary thing about that is....didn't we hear this before in Washington? Lavar wanting to play...Washington telling him to sit...could be a tell tale sign.

                      But for now, all is well. He seems to be always taking subliminal shots at Washington and saying that the Giants are approaching it much better. Ill give him the benefit of the doubt and won't rip into him until he gives me justifiable reasons to do so. From what we've heard and know at this point, he seems determined to have a career year, is working very hard at achieving that goal, has no problems with the staff or organization, and is getting along great with his teammates. Only time will tell if the Giants got a steal or not, and the smart thing to do is hold off judgement until then.

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                      • #26
                        I've said it before and I'll say it again Mr. Nickels sounds like a cats name.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by cunningham06
                          I've said it before and I'll say it again Mr. Nickels sounds like a cats name.
                          ya sounds like old lady with like 27 cats calling for her lil baby cat

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by SeanTaylor21
                            Originally posted by Jughead10
                            Originally posted by SeanTaylor21
                            Originally posted by Jughead10
                            Originally posted by SeanTaylor21
                            Originally posted by Jughead10
                            I'm not sure about him never being 100%. I think he is trying too much too quickly. Other guys who had surgeries and things over the offseason are limited to practice once a day and seem to be doing fine. I wish they would have done with with Lavar.

                            He is about to start putting blame on other people so i hope you are ready for it.
                            I don't think that is going to happen yet. I've talked to a bunch of people who have gone up to Albany for camp and they said Lavar when not practicing is the only guy on the sideline with a clipboard and pen taking down notes of everthing.

                            I dont see how that is relevant.
                            I don't see how putting blame on other people is relevant. My point was instead of making a big deal negatively about this small setback, it seems he is being very positive and making the most out of it by studying very hard and learning as much as humanly possible.

                            He is still lavar arrington meaning its all about him, so its not his fault his knee is hurt. In Lavar's mind the giants didnt give him enough rest. The giants knew that he was only gonna be a 20-25 plays a game guy when they got him though.
                            Give it up. Until something negative happens, stop with your "I know anything and everything about Arrington, and he is the ultimate scum of the earth" crap.
                            Originally posted by Paul
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                            • #29
                              Lavar is still a top LB in the league..but he juas hasnt stayed healthy..if he plays a whole year expect a probowl and some good numbers if he gets hurt he may be done....

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Denver Bronco56
                                Lavar is still a top LB in the league..but he juas hasnt stayed healthy..if he plays a whole year expect a probowl and some good numbers if he gets hurt he may be done....
                                I'm not even putting Lavar into my top 10 OLBs because of his health. But I am more than confident that he will play 13+ games, meaning a definite shot at being one of the best LBs in the game, especially with the players around him on that D.
                                Originally posted by Paul
                                Eli's opportunity to become a legend.
                                Originally posted by Vikes99ej
                                These last 50 seconds will define Eli Manning.
                                MISSION ACCOMPLISHED

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