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I Love Clams Casino : 1/14/2020 9:58 am
I have no idea....
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whoever ..  
Producer : 1/14/2020 11:19 am : link
the next Bill Walsh is..

that's who I want..
I like the idea...  
bw in dc : 1/14/2020 11:28 am : link
of Jay Gruden or take a chance on Joe Brady. But as discussed last night, he may get an offer from Tepper that pays him > what Mara is paying Judge.

Someone New  
giantsfan227B : 1/14/2020 11:31 am : link
I would look at someone such as Shane Waldron from the Rams. Currently the QB coach and Pass Game Coordinator.

I am stealing this from Rams page but I love the Rams offense and ability to throw and run which is what the Giants will need to do as well. AND he has Patriots connections.

In 2018, Waldon helped lead a Rams’ passing attack that finished among the top-10 in passing yards per attempt (4th), passing yards per game (5th) and touchdowns (tied-8th) and saw QB third-year Jared Goff set career-bests across the stat sheet.

Under Waldron’s guidance in 2017, the tight end duo of Tyler Higbee and Gerald Everett combined for 539 yards, three touchdowns and averaged 13.1 yards per reception. Everett recorded a 69-yard reception in his second game as a professional which tied for the second-longest reception by a tight end during the 2017 season.

Previously, Waldron served as the Washington Redskins offensive quality control coach for the 2016 season. That season, Washington’s offense broke the franchise record for total net yards in a single season (6,454), surpassing the previous team record set in 1989. That same Redskins team averaged 403.4 yards per game, becoming the first team in franchise history to average 400 yards per game. In the NFL rankings, Washington ranked third in total offense.

Prior to joining the Redskins, Waldron spent four seasons at UMass, serving as the Minutemen’s Recruiting Coordinator/Tight Ends Coach from 2012-13 and Offensive Line Coach from 2014-15. Waldron helped guide tight end Rob Branchflower to a seventh-round selection by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2014 NFL Draft after Branchflower set the school record for most career receiving yards by a tight end.

In 2011, Waldron served as the offensive coordinator at the Buckingham Browne & Nichols H.S. (Mass.) and also as a Northeast Sports Consultant. A year earlier, he served as Wide Receivers Coach for the Hartford Colonials of the United Football League.

Before his stint in the UFL, Waldron worked with the New England Patriots in various capacities across five seasons with the franchise. Beginning in 2002, Waldron served as an operations intern for two seasons before being promoted to the title of an operations assistant in 2004, when he handled special teams quality control duties in addition to overseeing the completion of weekly game plans. After three years coaching at Notre Dame, Waldron returned to New England in 2008 to serve as an offensive quality control coach and later served as the tight ends coach in 2009.

Waldron spent the 2005-07 seasons as an offensive graduate assistant at Notre Dame. With the Irish, he helped guide two of the most explosive offenses in school history, as both the 2005 and 2006 units averaged at least 31 points per game.

A native of Portland, Ore., Waldron is a 2002 graduate of Tufts University, where he was a three-year letterman as a tight end and long snapper. He is married to Meghan, and they have two daughters, Lainey and Rylee.




My preference is Shula  
Adirondack GMen : 1/14/2020 11:34 am : link
1- Jones familiarity on his skill set. Could give new QB coach some insight
2 - familiar with offense skilled players- Barkley, Shep, Smith, Slayton etc.. the new OC would need to learn the Top speed Of players,, separation ability of the WR (next to none)
3- familiar with old play book and knows what to do with it....burn it!
I recall an incident during a time out when Jones and Shurmur were conferring on a play -Shula came into the huddle mentioned something- all nodded the results was a TD.. isolated event but it shows insight.

I would be all in on Shula...
I don't know if it's OC  
Chocco : 1/14/2020 11:36 am : link
But I think Mike Groh will end up on this staff some how at some point
Everybody on BBI  
Gman11 : 1/14/2020 11:44 am : link
because they know exactly how to run the offense. Well, maybe not everybody...
Todd Monken is interesting  
Anakim : 1/14/2020 11:46 am : link
No NFL head coaching experience, but he helped Tampa Bay led the NFL in passing offense and finish third in the league in total offense.


But I would go with Garrett
RE: Not  
jvm52106 : 1/14/2020 11:51 am : link
In comment 14778488 Eric from BBI said:
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rooting for anyone, but I know whomever he picks, it will be considered a disaster by some.


Right.. I love that mindset. Reminds me of Jim from The Office talking to Andy who feels Jim is being stiffled by Pam and seems unhappy-


“It’s so scary how right you are, and you’re coming at it with almost no knowledge so of course I trust your opinion on this”
hoping  
Ron Johnson : 1/14/2020 11:58 am : link
a lot of guys want the job because they view Jones as a way to get themselves back on the head coaching wheel
I can easily see Garrett...  
MOOPS : 1/14/2020 12:00 pm : link
and I would approve. Good football mind, experienced QB coach and OC. Still relatively young. Saban connection. Giants connection. Ivy league education. Pretty much always upbeat.
I want an OC  
pjcas18 : 1/14/2020 12:00 pm : link
who can properly evaluate the quality and strength of each player/position group and come up with plays and game plans to highlight the strengths of each player/position group. Create mismatches, deception, make your team hard to defend/play against.

And then, in game, when something isn't working well or it does work but the defense adjusts - I'd like the OC to be able to adjust too and come up with something that still works.

Is that unrealistic and too high expectations?

no clue who that guy us though.
I wanted Kevin O'Connell  
rasbutant : 1/14/2020 12:08 pm : link
but i see he just went to the Rams.
RE: Matt Canada  
SteelGiant : 1/14/2020 12:09 pm : link
In comment 14778587 Pete in MD said:
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I'm not joking. It's outside of the box but I love the way he opens up running lanes and finds seams in opposing defenses. Apparently, he's holding out for a college HC job. He's never coached in the NFL but has been asked to consult behind the scenes before.


Call me crazy too. I liked what Canada did for Pitt's offense - its pro style with some flash - he played to it strengths. My Guess from your screen name that you liked what he did in Maryland.

That is a good out of the box play caller. I would love them to interview him - but I would think they would have already done that by now.
Personally, I like the thought of having Garrett...  
loafin : 1/14/2020 12:13 pm : link
1.) His familiarity with the NFC East teams is a huge plus
2.) He is a former QB so he should have no issues working with Jones.
3.) Former Head Coach for Judge to listen / lean on through growing pains
4.) Garrett does not seem to have an ego.

All the above is MY views. I want Judge to pick who HE thinks is best for the NY football Giants
RE: RE: RE: Shula will get it  
Gatorade Dunk : 1/14/2020 12:32 pm : link
In comment 14778547 5BowlsSoon said:
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In comment 14778512 Victor in CT said:


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In comment 14778475 5BowlsSoon said:


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I stowed 3 reasons why he will get it on the first Shula thread. I will copy and paste here.

1. He and Judge have a tie at Alabama. It appears Judge prefers guys with ties to Patriots or Crimson Tide.

2. Shula has OC experience at Tampa and Carolina and even was voted OC of the year in 2015 when Carolina went to the SB.

3. Jones is comfortable with Shula. I wouldn’t be surprised if people have voiced this to Judge. Of course you definitely want the transition to be nice and smooth so continuing with Shula makes sense for Jones.

I just have this “feeling” later today we will see SHULA GIANTS OC.
I mean think about it, have you heard anyone else being interviewed for the position? How come?



He likes Alabama guys who worked for Saban. Saban replaced Shula.



Good point Victor....the Saban tie does make it MUCH tighter for sure.

I think you're missing the point - there is no Saban tie. Shula was the HC that preceded Saban. And no Alabama link between Shula and Judge because Judge worked on Saban's staff, not Shula's.

Now, your point about Jones should not be dismissed, but Shula's connection to Alabama should be viewed as purely coincidental since it's not part of the same program lineage that Judge was a part of.
I've been saying Jay Gruden since the beginning.  
shockeyisthebest8056 : 1/14/2020 12:33 pm : link
He made Andy Dalton look good as an OC in CINN and Kirk Cousins look like he was worth something as HC in WASH. He's going to run the ball. He'd use Evan Engram properly if Jordan Reed is any example.

I don't know that he wants to be an OC again, but I think that would be a damn near HR hire.
In order  
Tom in NY : 1/14/2020 12:37 pm : link
1. John DeFillipo - Excellent at developing QBs. Would be able to help get the Giants inside info on the Eagles, and runs a great/QB friendly offense.

2. Jay Gruden - runs a great system, QB friendly, and has done a good job developing QBs (Dalton/Cousins)

3. Norv Turner - Veteran coaching presence. Superb at play calling and making use of RBs/TEs in the passing game.

4. Chad O'Shea - NE offensive scheme. Did more with less in Miami this past year, experience with other coaches on the staff.

....so of course, with all that said, it's guaranteed to be Jason Garrett.
RE: Personally, I like the thought of having Garrett...  
Victor in CT : 1/14/2020 12:48 pm : link
In comment 14778717 loafin said:
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1.) His familiarity with the NFC East teams is a huge plus
2.) He is a former QB so he should have no issues working with Jones.
3.) Former Head Coach for Judge to listen / lean on through growing pains
4.) Garrett does not seem to have an ego.

All the above is MY views. I want Judge to pick who HE thinks is best for the NY football Giants


1 is meaningless. Both WAS and DAL have new coaches and schemes, and he couldn't beat PHI when the money was on the table
2 may or may not be true.
3 he was a mediocre head coach, not sure how much that helps
4 do we know that for sure??
I don't think Joe Brady  
santacruzom : 1/14/2020 12:53 pm : link
is very likely. I just have a feeling the Panthers will throw considerable dollars at him -- Tepper has shown that he has no loyalty to the current coaching salary status quo.
RE: In order  
Mike in NY : 1/14/2020 1:06 pm : link
In comment 14778740 Tom in NY said:
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1. John DeFillipo - Excellent at developing QBs. Would be able to help get the Giants inside info on the Eagles, and runs a great/QB friendly offense.

2. Jay Gruden - runs a great system, QB friendly, and has done a good job developing QBs (Dalton/Cousins)

3. Norv Turner - Veteran coaching presence. Superb at play calling and making use of RBs/TEs in the passing game.

4. Chad O'Shea - NE offensive scheme. Did more with less in Miami this past year, experience with other coaches on the staff.

....so of course, with all that said, it's guaranteed to be Jason Garrett.


I don't think Norv Turner will accept it because he is son is with the Redskins nor do I think he fits with what Judge has been doing so far. O'Shea I think had some run ins with our new QB coach so while he would make sense from knowing the scheme we don't need that competition on the staff. DeFillipo has had success developing QB's but my question to him is why does he keep getting fired? I like Jay Gruden, but he has no obvious ties to Judge. In addition, he served on Cincy staff with Hue Jackson who did not exactly get along with Freddie Kitchens. I don't think any OC would purposely try and torpedo a Head Coach because that would jeopardize any future job, but who knows. One name I would add to your list is former Philly OC Mike Groh. He has been on the same staff as Judge under Nick Saban and some of his looks in Philly seem to jive with what Judge has talked about wanting to run.
RE: Personally, I like the thought of having Garrett...  
Dr. D : 1/14/2020 1:10 pm : link
In comment 14778717 loafin said:
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1.) His familiarity with the NFC East teams is a huge plus
2.) He is a former QB so he should have no issues working with Jones.
3.) Former Head Coach for Judge to listen / lean on through growing pains
4.) Garrett does not seem to have an ego.

All the above is MY views. I want Judge to pick who HE thinks is best for the NY football Giants


loafin, what the hell is wrong with you?! Being all rational with YOUR views vs. who Judge picks? You cray cray.
Whoever Judge feels most comfortable with  
bradshaw44 : 1/14/2020 1:14 pm : link
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RE: RE: In order  
Tom in NY : 1/14/2020 1:21 pm : link
In comment 14778761 Mike in NY said:
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In comment 14778740 Tom in NY said:


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1. John DeFillipo - Excellent at developing QBs. Would be able to help get the Giants inside info on the Eagles, and runs a great/QB friendly offense.

2. Jay Gruden - runs a great system, QB friendly, and has done a good job developing QBs (Dalton/Cousins)

3. Norv Turner - Veteran coaching presence. Superb at play calling and making use of RBs/TEs in the passing game.

4. Chad O'Shea - NE offensive scheme. Did more with less in Miami this past year, experience with other coaches on the staff.

....so of course, with all that said, it's guaranteed to be Jason Garrett.



I don't think Norv Turner will accept it because he is son is with the Redskins nor do I think he fits with what Judge has been doing so far. O'Shea I think had some run ins with our new QB coach so while he would make sense from knowing the scheme we don't need that competition on the staff. DeFillipo has had success developing QB's but my question to him is why does he keep getting fired? I like Jay Gruden, but he has no obvious ties to Judge. In addition, he served on Cincy staff with Hue Jackson who did not exactly get along with Freddie Kitchens. I don't think any OC would purposely try and torpedo a Head Coach because that would jeopardize any future job, but who knows. One name I would add to your list is former Philly OC Mike Groh. He has been on the same staff as Judge under Nick Saban and some of his looks in Philly seem to jive with what Judge has talked about wanting to run.


Interesting feedback. I had not heard that about O'Shea and Shuplinsky (sp?).
Mike Groh would be very interesting...and I do like that he worked under Saban.
RE: In order  
bluepepper : 1/14/2020 1:22 pm : link
In comment 14778740 Tom in NY said:
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1. John DeFillipo - Excellent at developing QBs. Would be able to help get the Giants inside info on the Eagles, and runs a great/QB friendly offense.

2. Jay Gruden - runs a great system, QB friendly, and has done a good job developing QBs (Dalton/Cousins)

3. Norv Turner - Veteran coaching presence. Superb at play calling and making use of RBs/TEs in the passing game.

4. Chad O'Shea - NE offensive scheme. Did more with less in Miami this past year, experience with other coaches on the staff.

....so of course, with all that said, it's guaranteed to be Jason Garrett.

DeFillipo's career has cratered the last couple of years. Canned by both Minny and Jax after one year. I think you have to stay away from him as OC at this point.
RE: RE: RE: In order  
Mike in NY : 1/14/2020 1:30 pm : link
In comment 14778790 Tom in NY said:
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In comment 14778761 Mike in NY said:


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In comment 14778740 Tom in NY said:


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1. John DeFillipo - Excellent at developing QBs. Would be able to help get the Giants inside info on the Eagles, and runs a great/QB friendly offense.

2. Jay Gruden - runs a great system, QB friendly, and has done a good job developing QBs (Dalton/Cousins)

3. Norv Turner - Veteran coaching presence. Superb at play calling and making use of RBs/TEs in the passing game.

4. Chad O'Shea - NE offensive scheme. Did more with less in Miami this past year, experience with other coaches on the staff.

....so of course, with all that said, it's guaranteed to be Jason Garrett.



I don't think Norv Turner will accept it because he is son is with the Redskins nor do I think he fits with what Judge has been doing so far. O'Shea I think had some run ins with our new QB coach so while he would make sense from knowing the scheme we don't need that competition on the staff. DeFillipo has had success developing QB's but my question to him is why does he keep getting fired? I like Jay Gruden, but he has no obvious ties to Judge. In addition, he served on Cincy staff with Hue Jackson who did not exactly get along with Freddie Kitchens. I don't think any OC would purposely try and torpedo a Head Coach because that would jeopardize any future job, but who knows. One name I would add to your list is former Philly OC Mike Groh. He has been on the same staff as Judge under Nick Saban and some of his looks in Philly seem to jive with what Judge has talked about wanting to run.



Interesting feedback. I had not heard that about O'Shea and Shuplinsky (sp?).
Mike Groh would be very interesting...and I do like that he worked under Saban.


There was an article that someone posted in the QB Coach hire thread (I believe) which hinted at possible issues which may have been why O'Shea was let go.
Obviously, No Clue, But Joe Moorhead  
clatterbuck : 1/14/2020 1:56 pm : link
is a name that's come up. Just fired, and Judge could have replaced him as Miss St. HC. But he was Saquon's OC at Penn State and maybe has some worthwhile info on how to maximize his skill set, design a running game that's a little more varied than running up the gut with a shotgun hand off, and figure out how to get him the ball in space.
Heinz Guderian.  
Klaatu : 1/14/2020 2:17 pm : link
.....
Being that I heard Brady cleaned out Giselle’s locker,  
flycatcher : 1/14/2020 2:21 pm : link
Ill go out on a limb and say Bill Belichick.
RE: Outside of Tolbert and the Special Teams guy  
Reale01 : 1/14/2020 2:23 pm : link
In comment 14778586 cjac said:
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i cant see how they retain anyone.


Lunda Wells is a good coach. Had TEs this year.
Gruden + Callahan as OL coach would be my preference  
Eric on Li : 1/14/2020 2:24 pm : link
Gruden has done well with a bunch of different QB's, supposedly was a fan of Jones in the draft, has been a successful OC, knows the division and has HC experience. And if he can bring Callahan with him, you get a top OL coach as well.

Obviously you need him to have alignment with Judge's vision of adaptability, but he seems like a really strong choice to me.

Turner and Caldwell are good too. Shula less so.
RE: RE: Matt Canada  
Spider56 : 1/14/2020 2:27 pm : link
In comment 14778714 SteelGiant said:
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In comment 14778587 Pete in MD said:


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I'm not joking. It's outside of the box but I love the way he opens up running lanes and finds seams in opposing defenses. Apparently, he's holding out for a college HC job. He's never coached in the NFL but has been asked to consult behind the scenes before.



Call me crazy too. I liked what Canada did for Pitt's offense - its pro style with some flash - he played to it strengths. My Guess from your screen name that you liked what he did in Maryland.

That is a good out of the box play caller. I would love them to interview him - but I would think they would have already done that by now.



He was at NC State from 2013-2015 working mostly with Jacoby Brissett, sandwiched between the Mike Glennon and Ryan Finley years. He did aN okay job but overall our offense was not consistent, even with a young Hines and Samuels. Things got better when Canada left and was replaced by Eli Drinkwitz.
Caldwell  
Reale01 : 1/14/2020 2:32 pm : link
Has connection via Flores
Has worked with the QB coach
Head coaching experience with Indy and Lions
Got great years out of Manning and Stafford
Has a flexible system
Has health issues - better now
Jordan Peele  
Milton : 1/14/2020 3:07 pm : link
He's young, smart, and a NYC native. Plus he's half black and half white so he will appeal to both social justice warriors and racists alike. It would be another out-of-the-box move in keeping with the past few.
RE: RE: Personally, I like the thought of having Garrett...  
loafin : 1/14/2020 3:28 pm : link
In comment 14778766 Dr. D said:
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In comment 14778717 loafin said:


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1.) His familiarity with the NFC East teams is a huge plus
2.) He is a former QB so he should have no issues working with Jones.
3.) Former Head Coach for Judge to listen / lean on through growing pains
4.) Garrett does not seem to have an ego.

All the above is MY views. I want Judge to pick who HE thinks is best for the NY football Giants



loafin, what the hell is wrong with you?! Being all rational with YOUR views vs. who Judge picks? You cray cray.


Ha! And I still got bashed for my opinion! Welcome to BBI - where if you express an opinion you're an asshole!
RE: Jordan Peele  
FatMan in Charlotte : 1/14/2020 3:31 pm : link
In comment 14778971 Milton said:
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He's young, smart, and a NYC native. Plus he's half black and half white so he will appeal to both social justice warriors and racists alike. It would be another out-of-the-box move in keeping with the past few.


Jordan Peele?? Get Out!
I've been disturbed by the lack of facial hair on the Giants HC and DC  
cosmicj : 1/14/2020 3:54 pm : link
selections. It just doesn't project an aura of toughness and winning. The OC needs a stache. A big one would be better. That's why I'm against Garrett.
Some names that I would be happy with  
TheWalrus : 1/14/2020 5:15 pm : link
1. Jay Gruden (he's probably going to take a year off though)
2. Mike McDaniel (49ers Running Game Coordinator)
3. Jim Caldwell
4. Jason Garrett (if he's interested)
5. Mike LaFleur (49ers Pass Game Coordinator)
6. Mike Kafka (Chiefs Quarterbacks Coach)

Hiring 2, 5, or 6 would make getting someone like Callahan as OL Coach even more needed, but I would not be against hiring one of the younger guys who have gotten coordinator buzz (Kafka is seen as Bieniemy's heir apparant in KC) or even Head Coach buzz (McDaniel and LaFleur were supposedly getting interest from Cleveland).
RE: RE: RE: RE: In order  
TheWalrus : 1/14/2020 5:17 pm : link
In comment 14778813 Mike in NY said:
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In comment 14778790 Tom in NY said:


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Interesting feedback. I had not heard that about O'Shea and Shuplinsky (sp?).
Mike Groh would be very interesting...and I do like that he worked under Saban.



There was an article that someone posted in the QB Coach hire thread (I believe) which hinted at possible issues which may have been why O'Shea was let go.


Groh would make some sense, but apparently he had major problems with Golden Tate in Philly so that hire might require Tate getting traded.
RE: Caldwell  
Leg of Theismann : 1/14/2020 5:28 pm : link
In comment 14778907 Reale01 said:
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Has connection via Flores
Has worked with the QB coach
Head coaching experience with Indy and Lions
Got great years out of Manning and Stafford
Has a flexible system
Has health issues - better now


I would love Jim Caldwell, but it seems like Judge is going all youth with his staff hires so far. Also I wonder how Caldwell would feel about 2 guys that could be his sons with much less experience than him being HC and asst. HC and therefore BOTH above him in hierarchy. Unless we also make Caldwell an asst. HC, which would be interesting. Hey screw it how about we just make everyone an asst. HC?
Possible OCs  
jeff57 : 1/14/2020 5:30 pm : link
According to Vacchiano
Link - ( New Window )
Chris Morgan Falcons OL coach  
idiotsavant : 1/14/2020 5:35 pm : link
To run shanny stuff.

Or someone from the 9ers such as Mike McDaniel with Robert turner jr rbs or Joe Benton ol
Not that there  
Pete in MD : 1/17/2020 7:02 am : link
was a chance of him being hired for OC but my pick was sanpped-up by the Steelers.
Steelers hire ex-Pitt assistant Matt Canada as quarterbacks coach - ( New Window )
Maybe someone can explain  
idiotsavant : 1/17/2020 9:44 am : link
The difference between Brian Schottenheimer at Jets vs at Seattle

Seems like Seattle runs a decent system . The Jets back then maybe not as much

Then, again , how to feed off the shanny tree , Atlanta still would have some people or you promote from 9ers.

So far the OL piece is still hanging out there and one can love what those 3 teams probably do?
One can imagine  
idiotsavant : 1/17/2020 9:47 am : link
That 'The Getts' would agree, one can build a run game then make a large % of pass plays fit into timing dictated by that run action.

To do that one would need that line / RB system in place first.
RE: RE: RE: Personally, I like the thought of having Garrett...  
PatersonPlank : 1/17/2020 9:57 am : link
In comment 14779007 loafin said:
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In comment 14778766 Dr. D said:


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In comment 14778717 loafin said:


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1.) His familiarity with the NFC East teams is a huge plus
2.) He is a former QB so he should have no issues working with Jones.
3.) Former Head Coach for Judge to listen / lean on through growing pains
4.) Garrett does not seem to have an ego.

All the above is MY views. I want Judge to pick who HE thinks is best for the NY football Giants



loafin, what the hell is wrong with you?! Being all rational with YOUR views vs. who Judge picks? You cray cray.



Ha! And I still got bashed for my opinion! Welcome to BBI - where if you express an opinion you're an asshole!


Yes if you express an opinion your an ass. And if you defend your opinion, which may be different from others, then you are a troll
Possibly it was Pio that  
idiotsavant : 1/17/2020 10:17 am : link
Wasnt really quick enough off the snap or had great enough balance for zone run blocking. And or rhe right tackle.

There's really no better time than now to fix that, if needed
RE: Possibly it was Pio that  
Gatorade Dunk : 1/17/2020 11:34 am : link
In comment 14783234 idiotsavant said:
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Wasnt really quick enough off the snap or had great enough balance for zone run blocking. And or rhe right tackle.

There's really no better time than now to fix that, if needed

Possibly Pio is barely good enough for the XFL and shouldn't even be on the roster yet our resident Hawg Mawllie expert thinks he's a bonafide NFL center. Can't make it up.
I guess that's a free agent priority  
idiotsavant : 1/17/2020 11:56 am : link
And 'type' will be something the HC/OC think on.

I'm just suggesting to not preclude or exclude power or zone styles.

You may want both and that may go to tight end as well.
RE: I guess that's a free agent priority  
Gatorade Dunk : 1/17/2020 12:15 pm : link
In comment 14783390 idiotsavant said:
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And 'type' will be something the HC/OC think on.

I'm just suggesting to not preclude or exclude power or zone styles.

You may want both and that may go to tight end as well.

As long as the style that is preferred precludes Halapio from being on the roster, that's an upgrade.
Maybe someone with a good background  
micky : 1/17/2020 12:32 pm : link
Exp veteran maybe. Like said, just hope for best and one that will work in good unison with judge and plan
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