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GordonG wrote: I do not think it was a change of scenery issue. I think the foot injuries suffered in 2012 had a permanent impact on his game. As far as not showing up in game shape, I can only wonder if he continues to have problems with his right foot that impact his off season training.IMO, he simply is not the player he was in 2011. In looking at his college and pro career, he has had only three outstanding years. 2009 in college. 2010 and 2011 with the Giants.
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hcgiles wrote: It was weird how terrible he was last year - considering it was a contract year. It's also surprising he's not in game shape.
Posted: 8/4/2014 4:51 AM
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Last edited 8/4/2014 8:54 AM by leagued
Posted: 8/4/2014 10:36 AM
leagued wrote: I believe that Nicks is finished physically. Even in his rookie year he had nagging injuries. He never had one single season where he was completely healthy all year. These injuries took their toll and what we're seeing now is a man in his mid-to-late 20s already finished as a professional football player. And that shouldn't be so surprising I guess because the average NFL career is 3 or 4 seasons. Nicks is in his 6th season now, I believe. He was a dynamic player in his first three seasons, but not since he was injured in 2012. I also believe that he no longer feels motivated. He has won a Super Bowl, he's made millions of dollars and he seems to have that southern, laid-back personality. He's also engaged to an extremely beautiful model. I mean, lets be honest, that is a lot and one cannot blame him for being content with his life and no longer feeling like he has to fight and crawl to prove himself. I'm just glad he feels that way on another team. :)
Posted: 8/4/2014 3:07 PM
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