2017 NYfG's off-season checklist:
New Offensive Coordinator [ ]
Veteran WR to mentor WR core[ ]
New LT [ ]
Jamie Collins[ ]
Kenny Stills[ ]
Calais Campbell ?[ ]
Malcolm Smith [ ]
EJ Manuel [ ]
Back at you, you're a darn good team and Doug Martin is a beast. Not sure why you quit running him.
For now I'm gonna chalk it up to him being nervous or whatever about going against his old team.Originally Posted by dee279
But if it continues....
It was sad to see Asante stay on the ground for so long after the final game of the year. Good win though.
- “He runs meetings like a coach. Basically, I’m playing with a coordinator on the field. He’s a football God. He sees everything, and he sees the big picture of everything." - Frank Gore on Andrew Luck
- "He is as smart as Peyton, as accurate as Brady, tougher than Ben and as athletic as RG3." - Anonymous Head Coach on Andrew Luck
The good: Doug Martin only had 50 yards on 21 carries. Felt like A WHOLE LOT more than that.
The bad (but expected): Turner had 17 yards on 13 carries. Douglas had 2 catches for 11 yards.
Gotta shake it off. I know he's been on the injury report with a bad back, so maybe that's part of it.Originally Posted by dee279
Peter King on his weekly Power Rankings:
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/201...Week-12/2.htmlAtlanta (10-1): At the risk of sounding like a broken record: Michael Turner's output Sunday in the 24-23 win at Tampa: 16 touches, 30 yards; Jacquizz Rodgers' output: 12 touches, 79 yards. I keep thinking I'm watching a different game than the Atlanta coaches.
I'm unfamiliar with Achilles injuries. Is there any chance Grimes is good to go for the playoffs?
Probably not, torn achillies is super serious. Then again, Peterson came back so who knows.
1) Peterson is a cyborg.
2) Grimes sat out of the playoff game last season with his knee injury knowing free agency was coming up, so I doubt he would try to come back early this time around facing basically the same situation.
3) Cinnamon Toast Crunch is ****ing great.