Posted: 8/23/2014 12:02 AM
Through the first few weeks of training camp, all the media would talk about is how atrocious Ryan Nassib was. I wouldn't believe it and wanted to see him in preseason action and he's looked pretty good, especially lately. One could argue that he's looked better than Eli, although Eli is facing starting defensive talent and Nassib isn't. Still though, it offers a lot of hope for the future, especially since Nassib played in this style of offense in college. If he can be the heir apparent to Eli, that saves the Giants all the stress of looking for another quarterback in the next couple of seasons. We should be so lucky.
Good teams rely on their stars,Great teams rely on each other.
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Remember Joe Delaney
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GordonG wrote: cutting Eli after this season saves 17.5mm in CAP and 18mm in actual 2015 compensation. I doubt that will happen but I do think it is a real possibility that the Giants let Eli go after the 2015 season if 2015 is not a good season.
Posted: 8/27/2014 12:40 AM
callmeSage wrote: Oh my god, Nassib has become must-see-tv whenever he gets in there. Very impressive. I can't wait to see how he does next week. I'm someone who hated spending a pick on Nassib, but I hope I am proven wrong.Something to think about: McAdoo's system seems to require an athletic QB, and this is why Aaron Rodgers was perfect for his system. Nassib is very athletic. But here's the thing: Eli isn't overly athletic. I'm starting to think that Eli is not a great fit for McAdoo's system......