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Matt Hasselback in the sights

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Matt Hasselback in the sights

Post  Big_Pete on Tue Oct 26, 2010 6:44 am


The Giants have knocked 5 QBs out of games this year. I can't remember a team with that kind of record hurting QBs through 7 games.

spare a thought for Matt Hassleback, his team gave up 5 sacks to the cardinals and he is going to have to face the Giants pass rush in a two weeks refreshed after a week off


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Post  Big_Pete on Tue Oct 26, 2010 6:51 am

we then face

Dallas with Kitna,
Philly (Kolb and Vick have been injured already this year)
Jacksonville (with serious QB issues)
Washington (with McNabb and no real offensive firepower)
Minnesota (with a banged up Favre at best)
Philly again
Green Bay (with a poor offensive line and poor ground game)
Washington again

every one of these games will put these QBs at serious risk.

None of these guys have a stable QB, Line and passing game.

All these games are very winnable, and none of these teams really scare me.
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Post  56 Crazed Dogs on Tue Oct 26, 2010 3:09 pm

I'm not a fan of injury, but this is football and things happen.
Hope to see a continued dominance for the Giants pass rush.
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Post  Big_Pete on Tue Oct 26, 2010 5:28 pm

TD wrote:I'm not a fan of injury, but this is football and things happen.
Hope to see a continued dominance for the Giants pass rush.

That is fair enough, noone likes to see players hurt. (though could maybe make an exception with Dallas)

But the Giants do play clean hard football. They don't deliberately try and hurt players.

It does show despite the sack numbers just how many hits we get on QBs. All in all we have a formidable pass rush
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Re: Matt Hasselback in the sights

Post  Pizan on Tue Oct 26, 2010 5:45 pm

TD wrote:I'm not a fan of injury, but this is football and things happen.
Hope to see a continued dominance for the Giants pass rush.

Co-sign.

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