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  1. He's also dead last in Next Gen Stats CPOE, if objective stats are your thing. Really, any way you measure it Haskins has been bad
  2. Ahh, so he had to find a way to filter out both DK and Slayton. This guy is good. He's done this before. ๐Ÿ˜…
  3. The Giants have to make a big decision about whether to pick up the 5th year option. They have to make that call next May, and we won't know how Saquon looks coming off the injury at that point. If Gettleman is a goner, I don't know if his successor picks up Saquon's option. That's expensive for a RB coming off a torn ACL with 1 good season under his belt.
  4. Because you're an editor for the WFT and you want to tell a story without having to credit your division rivals for getting an even bigger steal?
  5. Probably the best available option at RB, but that's not saying much. It will be tough sledding behind this Giants offensive line. The good news for Freeman is that he's not going to draw as much attention from the defense as Saquon did. He might have some lighter boxes to run against.
  6. Daniel Jones is currently 10th in Next Gen Stats completion percentage over expectation. He's an accurate passer. The issue is he seems to be good for at least two turnovers per game, whether it's a fumble or interception. That's not sustainable, no matter how good of a passer he is. The Giants just played two of the top defenses in the NFL in the Bears and Steelers, so it's hard to judge Jones based on weeks 1 and 2. But a lot will depend on whether Jones is able to eliminate the turnovers moving forward. Washington should absolutely take a QB. Haskins has been one of the least accurate passers in the league since he took over.
  7. The duality of Daniel Jones. He's a good passer, but hasn't shown the ability to eliminate costly mistakes.
  8. I like Saquon as a person. I liked the pick at the time. His rookie season was tremendous, and I hope he heals and gets back to that 2018 level. However, after doing a lot of research this past offseason, I'm ready to admit Saquon was a bad pick. He's a boom or bust runner. He has a high rate of big runs, but also a high rate of negative or zero yard runs. It was a minor critique of him as a prospect, and it translated to his NFL career. He's too hesitant to hit the hole for a few yards. He's not a grinder. I don't think he gets his second contract with the Giants. I think he's soured on the Giants for not providing him with a better O-line, and I don't think the Giants are going to give him the money he wants. I'd love to be wrong. I'd love for Saquon to come back from his ACL like Adrian Peterson did, but I don't see it happening.
  9. One might argue youโ€™re the Giants of posters
  10. Obviously very frustrating as a fan. I had high hopes for Jones and Saquon in the same backfield this year. Itโ€™s going to be a very one dimensional offense moving forward. Lots of pressure on Jones, who to this point has had a tendency to turn the ball over. Not an ideal situation
  11. The Steelers Bud Dupree and TJ Watt were great last year, and continued that into this year as well.
  12. Overshadowed by two bone headed plays, but Danny Dimes was slinging it Monday night.
  13. Like the 32nd best running game in 2011? Eli threw for 6000 yards regular season and playoffs combined en route to the Superbowl that year. I believe that is still the record. Eli carried that team. The only reason Eli's name should ever be mentioned in a Josh Rosen thread is in the following context : I can't believe some people wanted Josh Rosen drafted to replace Eli.
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