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13 марта 2019 г. 06:16

New York Giants roster moves: 6 players — yes

 http://www.authenticsnewyorkgiants.com/cheap-ray-ray-armstrong-jersey , 6 — claimed on waivers NFL teams had until noon Sunday to place waiver claims on eligible players who were cut by their teams on Saturday. The New York Giants have the No. 2 priority on the waiver list, behind only the Cleveland Browns. GM Dave Gettleman had promised that the Giants would work the waiver wire to try and improve. Apparently, he meant what he said. Per Albert Breer, the Giants were VERY busy, claiming six players.The Giants made the moves official late Sunday afternoon. To make room for the six new players, the Giants waived quarterback Davis Webb [full story], wide receiver/kick returner Hunter Sharp, defensive tackle Josh Banks and tight end Jerell Adams.Here is what we know about the six new Giants.DE Mario EdwardsMario Edwards was a 2015 second-round pick by the Raiders. He played in 30 games with 24 starts over four seasons, accumulating 5.5 sacks and 53 tackles. Edwards is 6-foot-3, 280 pounds.Kaelin Clay with the Carolina Panthers.Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY SportsWR/KR Kaelin Clay A sixth-round pick by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2015, the 5-10, 195-pound Clay has played in regular-season games for the Baltimore Ravens, Buffalo Bills and Carolina Panthers. He has only 6 career receptions.Clay is primarily a return man. He has averaged 9.4 yards on 42 career punt returns, and 23.2 yards on 17 kickoff returns. DB Antonio HamiltonA 6-foot, 190-pound cornerback who played in 12 games the past two seasons for the Oakland Raiders. He initially made the Oakland roster an an undrafted free agent after playing at South Carolina State.CB Michael JordanA 6-foot-1, 200-pound cornerback, he played in five games for the Rams in 2016 and 15 games for the Cleveland Browns last season. He has made a total of three NFL starts.DB Kamrin MooreA 5-11, 200-pound rookie, Moore was a sixth-round pick by the New Orleans Saints. C Spencer Pulley This is likely bad news for either veteran John Greco or rookie Evan Brown. Pulley http://www.authenticsnewyorkgiants.com/cheap-b.j.-goodson-jersey , 25, started all 16 games for the Los Angeles Chargers a season ago. As a rookie, Pulley split time between center and both guard spots. Perhaps he will eventually challenge Jon Halapio for the starting role.The current 53-man rosterOffense (25)QB (3): Kyle Lauletta (R), Eli Manning, Alex TanneyRB (4+1): RB (4+1): Saquon Barkley (R), Wayne Gallman, Robert Martin (R), Jonathan Stewart, Shane Smith (FB)WR: (5): Odell Beckham, Jr., Kailin Clay, Cody Latimer, Russell Shepard, Sterling ShepardTE (3): Rhett Ellison, Evan Engram, Scott SimonsonC/G (6): Evan Brown (R), John Greco, Jon Halapio, Will Hernandez (R) http://www.authenticsnewyorkgiants.com/cheap-kerry-wynn-jersey , Patrick Omameh, Spencer PulleyT (3): Ereck Flowers, Nate Solder, Chad WheelerDefense (25)DL (5): Mario Edwards Jr, Damon Harrison, B.J. Hill (R), Dalvin Tomlinson, Kerry WynnOLB (5): Connor Barwin, Lorenzo Carter (R), Kareem Martin, Romeo Okwara, Olivier VernonILB (4): Ray-Ray Armstrong, Tae Davis (R), B.J. Goodson, Alec OgletreeDB (11): Eli Apple, Sean Chandler (R), Landon Collins, Donte Deayon, Antonio Hamilton http://www.giantsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-will-hernandez-jersey , Janoris Jenkins, Mike Jordan, Kamrin Moore (R), Curtis Riley, Michael Thomas, B.W. Webb Special Teams (3)K: Aldrick RosasP: Riley DixonS: Zak DeOssie R = Rookie The New York Giants almost followed through with a stunning upset victory over the Indianapolis Colts. The Giants drew first blood with a touchdown on a brilliantly called and executed drive on their first possession of the game, and stymied the Colts’ offense for its first three possessions. They never trailed until the final 55 seconds of the game. Unfortunately, the Giants ultimately let their lead slip away. The 2018 season is finally (mercifully) almost over, but there are things we can learn about the Giants as we near the beginning of the 2019 pre-season. The Giants still need to learn how to close out gamesDid Janoris Jenkins’ bone-headed holding call to negate Olivier Vernon’s strip sack cost the Giants the game? Possibly. Did Eli Manning’s game-ending interception negate what had been one of his best games of the season up until that point? Maybe. Was Pat Shurmur’s decision to run the ball from the Giants’ goal line despite Saquon Barkley averaging just 2.0 yards per carry on the day the right call? Personally, I don’t think so.All of those contributed to the Giants’ loss — save, of course, Eli’s final throw, which was the nail in the coffin. Although, considering how he, and the Giants, had played up until that point, he probably shouldn’t even have been in the position in the first place.The Giants looked like the better team for the first 55 minutes of the game, only to cough up the win at the end. It is far from the first time that we’ve seen this happen. The defense was unable to get off the field when they absolutely need to, the offense was unable to make a play http://www.giantsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-janoris-jenkins-jersey , and the Giants committed penalties to extend opposing drives while sabotaging their own. Those same issues cropped up and cost them games leading to their 1-7 start, they cost them the second game against the Philadelphia Eagles, and nearly cost them the game against the Chicago Bears, and made the games against the San Francisco 49ers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers far closer than they needed to be.The Giants have a whole host of personnel decisions to make and holes to fill in the coming off-season. However, learning to deal with success, making better decisions with the game on the line, is a must for the whole team going forward — players and coaches. Even with glaring holes on their roster, the Giants have proven this season that they have the firepower to compete with most teams in the NFL. Hopefully some of those holes will be filled in the offseason, but it won’t matter until they can play winning football for 60 minutes, not 55.The offensive line doesn’t have to limit the offenseLast week, many criticized Pat Shurmur for abandoning the running game when the Giants’ offensive line utterly failed to open any holes against the Tennessee Titans. This week, the Giants clearly did not trust their offensive line against Against the Colts’ defensive front seven. They opened the game with quick misdirection plays and quick passes to create confusion on the Indianapolis defense, and it worked. Rather than try to impose their will on the Colts’ defensive line, the Giants only asked the Giants to hold their blocks while Manning got his playmakers the ball on the perimeter. In the passing game, the Giants only asked the linemen to hold their blocks for a couple seconds, or used play-action and roll-outs to slow down the pass rush and move Manning away from it. And the offense responded with methodical, relatively efficient drives. When the line were forced to block straight up, it didn’t hold up well. But the Giants showed that an out-classed offensive line didn’t have to limit them, nor that a quick strike offense had to play within five yards of the line of scrimmage. For the most part http://www.giantsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-connor-barwin-jersey , this was the best game Pat Shurmur has called all year, right up until the end.The Giants’ defense could be really good We’ve known all year long that the Giants’ defense was going to be making due without ideal pieces at every position — or even most of them. The pass rush was going to be a problem, and the secondary was thin even before Eli Apple was traded to the New Orleans Saints. But even so, there are flashes of what we could eventually see from this scheme once the Giants plug some holes. B.J. Hill has been a pleasant surprise all season long, and Lorenzo Carter harrassed Andrew Luck all game long. The Giants were largely unable to even slow the Colts down this game, but Bettcher’s scheme showed its potential for the future. The Giants mixed and matched fronts and personnel, sending a variety of blitzes. And while they (officially) only had one sack on the game, Andrew Luck was pressured harried throughout the game. Unfortunately, those roster holes made themselves known throughout the game, and the Giants’ defense just couldn’t come through when it mattered. Some kickers ARE football playersThis has nothing to do with the Giants, but I just had to bring it to everyone’s attention. (And frankly: the season is almost over, that was a tough loss, and it’s almost Christmas. We should probably laugh a bit.)Usually the joke is that kickers aren’t football players, that they’re usually among the best golfers on the team because they don’t have anything better to do than work on their swings. But some kickers definitely are football players. Case in point, Atlanta Falcons kicker Matt Bosher.I wonder if the can play safety?
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