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Lawrence Guy

Yeah! That GUY!!!!

I think Conner is vastly underrated at a tackler too....especially against the run (Sorry PT....had to get off topic a little.)

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can we consider TY?

Tevaseau was ok i think. and Butler got another INT ...dunno why but cassius starts instead of him.

and in no way am i saying Butler is an all pro i think they are bouth mediocre but i kinda like Butler more

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Butler had it going, thats for sure

IMO Butler isn't a surprise, he has talent.. He needs time and practice and he will show his value.

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Cassius Vaugh had a pretty good game, right?

yes especially in the 2nd half

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Man, I was really liking what I saw from Lawrence Guy...He was making great tackles for loss, was agressive and hes a ROOKIE

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Cassius Vaugh had a pretty good game, right?

He had a nice 28 minutes of football.......someone mentioned this wearing 32.....I think FJC....I cringed. If these guys keep working with Roy Anderson and Mike Gillhamer they will continue to improve.....

I said at the beginning of the season we have some teachers on this staff. Just think if Pagano had stayed healthy. :blueshoe: :blueshoe: :blueshoe:

I remember watching Stevie Brown on special teams for us last year and commenting that he was down the field first on every special teams play.....he lasted about 3 or 4 games and was released. How is that working for the Giants now? (My inner Dr Phil came out :)) 7 INTs?????

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Cassius Vaugh had a pretty good game, right?

He was pretty awful the first half... 2nd half? Very good.

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tevaseau and lefeged have both earned the right to start the rest of the season.

I agree and have said for awhile that Tevaseu is the better NT over Mookie. He has been very stout all season when he's played.

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