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OT: Giants Sign Saftey Will Demps

Nice move, so long as he is healthy (coming off knee surgery). Giants now have one of the best young interior defenses in the league (Demps, Gibril Wilson and Pierce).

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Now they just need one more solid OLB and they D should be set. What a solid defense that is now. Just one more piece....Julian Peterson

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Now they just need one more solid OLB and they D should be set. What a solid defense that is now. Just one more piece....Julian Peterson
Agreed, they have the cash to go out there and sign him.

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Agreed, they have the cash to go out there and sign him.
Yea, that would be huge man. Emmons, Pierce and Peterson. That could be one of the best in the league if all are healthy. And now with a solid secondary, this team is ready for a Super Bowl run!

I'm predicting 3 championships in New York this year. Rangers, Giants and Yankees.

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Yea, that would be huge man. Emmons, Pierce and Peterson. That could be one of the best in the league if all are healthy. And now with a solid secondary, this team is ready for a Super Bowl run!

I'm predicting 3 championships in New York this year. Rangers, Giants and Yankees.
As long as the Rangers and Giants fix their offenses, and the Yankees fix their pitching, and their hitting in the playoffs.

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I hope every Yankees pitcher breaks his arm this year.

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2 minutes - Unsportsmanlike penalty.

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As long as the Rangers and Giants fix their offenses, and the Yankees fix their pitching, and their hitting in the playoffs.
Very true. It is only a matter of time before the Rangers start popping a few more home, a bounce here and a bounce there will make all the difference. The Giants def need another WR and back-up RB (LenDale White anybody?). Oh yea, Eli has to learn how to throw a spiral. The Yankees have a solid rotation if it stays healthy. Yes i know that is a big if, but I believe Randy will go back to dominance and settle in this year. As long as they dont give up over 5 runs in 5 innings every game, I am sure the Yanks will be fine. Damons shoulder is hurt now though, but he doesnt seem worried.

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Yea, that would be huge man. Emmons, Pierce and Peterson. That could be one of the best in the league if all are healthy. And now with a solid secondary, this team is ready for a Super Bowl run!

I'm predicting 3 championships in New York this year. Rangers, Giants and Yankees.
You mean Rangers, Giants, Mets

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Very true. It is only a matter of time before the Rangers start popping a few more home, a bounce here and a bounce there will make all the difference. The Giants def need another WR and back-up RB (LenDale White anybody?). Oh yea, Eli has to learn how to throw a spiral. The Yankees have a solid rotation if it stays healthy. Yes i know that is a big if, but I believe Randy will go back to dominance and settle in this year. As long as they dont give up over 5 runs in 5 innings every game, I am sure the Yanks will be fine. Damons shoulder is hurt now though, but he doesnt seem worried.
I really don't see it mentioned too much and the only times it is is when it's an incomplete pass. He really does though, his passes would be so much crisper if he can just get a nice tight spin on it.

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You mean Rangers, Giants, Mets
thats right bro! f the yankees!!

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I really don't see it mentioned too much and the only times it is is when it's an incomplete pass. He really does though, his passes would be so much crisper if he can just get a nice tight spin on it.
Yea i know, My dad and I always wonder how he was so good in college. Even complete passes are not good, solid, NFL-quality passes. Hopefully Peyton is giving him tips now, cause he needs it.

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You mean Rangers, Giants, Mets
Nope, no typo, I meant Yankees

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Yea i know, My dad and I always wonder how he was so good in college. Even complete passes are not good, solid, NFL-quality passes. Hopefully Peyton is giving him tips now, cause he needs it.
He sure does need some tips...My God he looks atrotious sometimes (most of the time).

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I really don't see it mentioned too much and the only times it is is when it's an incomplete pass. He really does though, his passes would be so much crisper if he can just get a nice tight spin on it.
Oh, by the end of the season they were talking about it. He really needs to work on releasing the ball clean. A lot of his incompletions last season resulted from the receivers dropping the ball, but what can you expect when the ball is coming at them like a bad punt? Eli's decision-making wasn't bad in general, but some of his passes were just plain ugly.

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Oh, by the end of the season they were talking about it. He really needs to work on releasing the ball clean. A lot of his incompletions last season resulted from the receivers dropping the ball, but what can you expect when the ball is coming at them like a bad punt? Eli's decision-making wasn't bad in general, but some of his passes were just plain ugly.
One of his main problems is he throws off his back foot almost everytime.

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