(As your indulgence as I had posted this on the OBJ tryout thread but was compelled to post it as its own discussion in remembrance of my nephew)
It was always approximated that OBJ would not be full-go until December so the timing is consistent. I tend to analyze things through psychological scientific reasoning, especially now with my beloved New York Football Giants since 64 at 6 yrs of age. So considering the men involved I construct as evidentiary:
1. OBJ is a fervent worker when it comes to his body,
conditioning, athletic health, and commitment to success.
Only when he is absolutely certain that he can
successfully complete the demands of a WR tryout for an
NFL team would he take on the challenge.
OBJ's drive to win burns within his core essence.
2. GM Joe Sheon, HC Brian Daboll, and staff will diligently,
analytically, and athletically access OBJ's performance
before determining an invite to join the team.
GM Joe Sheon and HC Brian Daboll have established a
culture based on hard work, dedication, commitment,
and intelligence, to the team. If they didn't feel
confident in OBJ as a person and teammate a tryout would
not be extended.
3. When Saquon was coming out in the NFL draft in 2017 OBJ
envisioned the possibility of playing together. There is
a special bond between them and Sterling Shepard. The
possibility of winning a championship will galvanize the
team with inspired confidence in the home stretch to the
OBJ has matured, now a family man and father, we won't
see the volatile antics of the past.
With Saquon a team Captain, and a young roster on an
ascending juggernaut, OBJ may be the final piece on the
most improbable run of our franchise's glorious legacy.
OBJ was happiest being a Giant, so much so that he had it
tattooed on his back. If he's physically ready to impress
GM Joe Sheon, HC Brian Daboll, and accumulated staff
what a Christmas and New Year we may have.
The Giants Patriarch stated "Once a Giant always a Giant"
imagine the impact of a championship after the recent
darkness most of us have withstood.
On a personal note, this season has been so rewarding and a blessing to me. My nephew Christopher Ryan Correa's favorite Giants were OBJ, Saquon, Strahan, and LT as his Facebook page would attest. He was murdered on September 18, 2022, in El Paso, Texas the loves of his life were his son Christopher John Correa (CJ) and our New York Football Giants from birth. I can't help but correlate our teams' success with Our Lord and Savior Yeshua Adonai's (Jesus Christ) blessing, mercy, and grace as my brother Martin and family navigate our grief and sorrow with our beloved Giants' success. I envision Chris next to Wellington Mara drinking his Miller High Life, a tradition started by my Dad Martin Alonso (who we laid to rest March 2, 2022) and handed down from grandfather to son to Grandson.
Go Big Blue!!