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#11 mr beauxjangles

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Posted 13 March 2013 - 08:14 AM

In the list of things that have impacted the aforementioned 23-41 record, I think Jerry's heart transplant it nowhere to be found.

That being said, what makes me think anything in the near-term is going to change with this team? Since his heart transplant we have an entirely new coaching staff, a new GM, a new quarterback, and a new defensive leader. Our offense is completely different. One could argue that we've changed as much if not more than any team in the league since that time. San Francisco, Seattle, and Indy come to mind as teams that have changes as much and possibly more. We may continue to be mediocre, but that's not by design. What remains as a constant in this organization, and I expect to continue to remain, is Jerry's philosophy of taking care of your own. He'll let Gettleman call the shots - choosing free agents and what players to draft - but he's not going to allow him to abandon the philosophy that should guide those decisions. And he found a GM that agrees. Gettleman and the Giants did not make big free agent splashes.

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Posted 13 March 2013 - 08:14 AM

Richardson's biggest flaw is not that he is cheap, it is that he is too loyal.

Hurney should have been shown the door with Fox. Had Hurney been shown the door, this team would look a lot different. They may not have been as competitive in the last two years, however we would be in a position moving forward to build with our young stud QB and our young stud LB.

Unfortunately, it seems we are going to waste a couple years of Cam and Luke's careers by paying for the sins of our past (paying ridiculous amounts of money to D-Will, Beason, Godfrey, Gamble, Gross, and Johnson).

This team is a 6-10, 7-9 season away from a coaching change and another set back. When a franchise is ran the way this one was in 2010-2011, the long term effects can be brutal.

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Posted 13 March 2013 - 08:14 AM

Drafted Cam

Fired Hurney (should have gone with Fox)

We are on the right track.

IMO, the only major mistake was not getting rid of Rivera. But I could be wrong on that. I would have liked to have gone ahead and cleaned house this season. 2010 style and rebuild from the foundation. Cam+Luke+ new everything else.

But we will see how it plays out.

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Posted 13 March 2013 - 08:14 AM

Not sure i follow...

Are you saying traumatic and life altering experiences have no affect on people? He may just not have "it" anymore.


And by "it" you mean the ability to write a paycheck? Ideally, the ownership has very little to do with the success of the team outside of hiring the person that runs the team. If you think that Gettleman is a good choice, then JR would still have "it" as it were.

Of course, this would be different if JR was an owner and acting GM ala Jerry Jones. Do you believe this to be the case, making Gettleman nothing more than a hollow suit?

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Posted 13 March 2013 - 08:15 AM

In the list of things that have impacted the aforementioned 23-41 record, I think Jerry's heart transplant it nowhere to be found. To ensure that everyone knows I'm a nerd, I'll say it: correlation does not equal causation.

That being said, what makes me think anything in the near-term is going to change with this team? Since his heart transplant we have an entirely new coaching staff, a new GM, a new quarterback, and a new defensive leader. Our offense is completely different. One could argue that we've changed as much if not more than any team in the league since that time. San Francisco, Seattle, and Indy come to mind as teams that have changes as much and possibly more. We may continue to be mediocre, but that's not by design. What remains as a constant in this organization, and I expect to continue to remain, is Jerry's philosophy of taking care of your own. He'll let Gettleman call the shots - choosing free agents and what players to draft - but he's not going to allow him to abandon the philosophy that should guide those decisions. And he found a GM that agrees. Gettleman and the Giants did not make big free agent splashes.



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Posted 13 March 2013 - 08:15 AM

I think, for the most part, JR is a hands off owner. The only time that I believe JR has been hands on has been during transitional phases - Leading up to Fox's lame duck year and forcing Hurney to release older players, preparing for the lockout, etc. During normal seasons I think he allows total control to the GM's regarding contracting and player personnel.


I have hard time believing this only because of how involved he is in every negotiation in the NFL. Would a hands off owner be knee deep in locking the players or the refs out and the subsequent negotiations?

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Posted 13 March 2013 - 08:17 AM

I have hard time believing this only because of how involved he is in every negotiation in the NFL. Would a hands off owner be knee deep in locking the players or the refs out and the subsequent negotiations?


I hope you realize why this is a incredibly retarded question.

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Posted 13 March 2013 - 08:17 AM

JR was burned early on by overpaying others free agents years ago and went to the other extreme by paying our own FA's too much money.I do not believe he is cheap but feel his plans have been flawed by his experiences incompetenance. Our only hope is that he finally turns the reins over to someone competent that understands what it takes to build a team given the CBA.He was obviously out of touch with NFL reality when he overpaid for guys like rb who could have been replaced for 1/2 what he paid.

I think Hurney was only a puppet to carry out his plan.

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Posted 13 March 2013 - 08:18 AM

JR was burned early on by overpaying others free agents years ago and went to the other extreme by paying our own FA's too much money.I do not believe he is cheap but feel his plans have been flawed by his experiences incompetenance. Our only hope is that he finally turns the reins over to someone competent that understands what it takes to build a team given the CBA.He was obviously out of touch with NFL reality when he overpaid for guys like rb who could have been replaced for 1/2 what he paid.


Why do you attribute that to JR and not Hurney?

edit: I see you edited in your answer.

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Posted 13 March 2013 - 08:19 AM

I think there were a lot of things. We lost Peppers for no compensation. Delhome fell apart. Hurney made stupid trades back to back.


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