Right on the money. I felt the same way about the Golden Tate signing. Nonetheless, I have come to believe Dave Gettlemen is guarding against going to 0 and 16 and yet another total franchise destruction.
I'm coming around to the idea of Haskins and maybe even trading up to get him.
The 1 year starter, and under pressure thing were holding me back, but if he sits, I have the confidence now he can get there.
He's got the perfect personality to qb the giants and deal with NY. And I think we've come to learn that is huge to this front office/staff.
he spoke about the plan. it really was the perfect analogy
wouldn't surprise me. If he Just falls to the Giants at 6 that would be incredible.
isnt that big of a deal to me. we obviously needed a wr, he's a vet who plays hard. good signing.
If you're trying to win this year (as jtgiants has indicated), trading up from #6 to draft a QB that isn't going to start makes filling out the roster much more difficult.
Drafting Haskins or keeping Eli?
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ron mexico said:
| Drafting Haskins or keeping Eli?
IMO, the combination of the two. Either use the 1st round picks to beef up the lines and try to win this year, or draft a QB and replace Eli with a cheaper veteran.
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| If you're trying to win this year (as jtgiants has indicated), trading up from #6 to draft a QB that isn't going to start makes filling out the roster much more difficult.
that thinks Haskins "board work" would be better than Eli's? It was difficult to keep listening after that.
Raiders and Bucs seem to be the current threats to Haskins dropping to 6. IF it's me I keep that #2 or #3 in my pocket and if Haskins goes and I like getting a QB this season, I pull the trigger on Rosen.
IF he doesn't light me up, and he doesn't, I get the best damn edge rusher left on the board and package our #17 and pick in the second round and maybe a couple lowers and try to move up to get another edge guy or OT or WR. Otherwise just pick the best 6'3 wideout left at #17 and spend the rest of the draft on OL and D.