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23 minutes ago, AngryBeavers said:

not only that, if he didn't slip coming out of a break in the RZ he would have a 3rd TD. 

 

Yeah, the numbers could have been huge with those two plays. 

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3 minutes ago, TennisMenace said:

 

Yeah, the numbers could have been huge with those two plays. 

Could have been a ridiculous game

 

first play of the game he had tons of space to run if he catches that ball

 

eli checking out to a run play when he’s wide open

 

several other factors but a good game overall! 

 

 

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He's by far one of the best, if not the best, if it was not for the antics.

 

I only see Julio in the same category, maybe AB.

 

No WR in any team can change a game like he can.

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That guy that traded OBJ for Mack has to be salty as f right now. 

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Great game for his ROS season outlook, they got a win and hopefully Eli's performance keeps him in all the games going forward. As much as Eli sucks now, he's still going to lock onto Odell and we need that.

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This guy is so good. If Giants can get a competent line and a better QB, he's the first WR that should be taken off the board.

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14 minutes ago, Chente said:

He's by far one of the best, if not the best, if it was not for the antics.

 

I only see Julio in the same category, maybe AB.

 

No WR in any team can change a game like he can.

 

 

what? Come on pal. most alpha wr's can change a game which is why they are alpha wr's and get paid a ton of money or their QB's look for them for the big play. Hopkins-AB-Julio-AJG- Adams-Thielen. . JOSH GORDON.

The Giants are 2-7  and beat the Niners and a weak Texans squad so I wouldnt promote OBJ's abilities to change a game with their current record and no shot at the playoffs.

Maybe you can say no wr is as electrifying when he makes a big play but 'change a game'.  .. as my young nephew says "that is not it  Mr Chief!":lol:

 

 

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19 minutes ago, Chente said:

He's by far one of the best, if not the best, if it was not for the antics.

 

I only see Julio in the same category, maybe AB.

 

No WR in any team can change a game like he can.

Apparently Nuk doesn’t exist.

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33 minutes ago, chud12 said:

That guy that traded OBJ for Mack has to be salty as f right now. 

Let's see how he's feeling.

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17 minutes ago, Gohawks said:

Apparently Nuk doesn’t exist.

 

I'm not a big Hopkins fan because he abuses the push off to create separation and doesnt get called for it but all the guy does when the ball touches his hand is make impossible contested catches. OBJ is not the best at making contested catches because that is not his gift, he needs balls placed where he can make the catch away from the defender.

In this league I prefer the wr who will win the tough matchup on contested balls with the game on the line vs the wr who needs high accuracy from his QB. Hopkins makes his QB's look much better than what they are, OBJ needs a QB who can make the passes

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51 minutes ago, dashoe said:

 

I'm not a big Hopkins fan because he abuses the push off to create separation and doesnt get called for it but all the guy does when the ball touches his hand is make impossible contested catches. OBJ is not the best at making contested catches because that is not his gift, he needs balls placed where he can make the catch away from the defender.

In this league I prefer the wr who will win the tough matchup on contested balls with the game on the line vs the wr who needs high accuracy from his QB. Hopkins makes his QB's look much better than what they are, OBJ needs a QB who can make the passes

What Hopkins did in 2016 is nothing short of spectacular.

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1 hour ago, dashoe said:

 

I'm not a big Hopkins fan because he abuses the push off to create separation and doesnt get called for it but all the guy does when the ball touches his hand is make impossible contested catches. OBJ is not the best at making contested catches because that is not his gift, he needs balls placed where he can make the catch away from the defender.

In this league I prefer the wr who will win the tough matchup on contested balls with the game on the line vs the wr who needs high accuracy from his QB. Hopkins makes his QB's look much better than what they are, OBJ needs a QB who can make the passes

I always thought this about Hopkins too. How does he not get flagged for more offensive pass interference calls? Of course, when he's on my team, I don't complain. I don't know if OBJ really needs an accurate QB or not, but what I do know is that he needs one that won't under throw the ball when he's screaming down the sideline for any easy long TD. Seems Eli's weak noodle arm hurts more than his accuracy since technically, Eli currently has the highest completion percentage of his career.

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2 hours ago, wonderbread said:

I always thought this about Hopkins too. How does he not get flagged for more offensive pass interference calls? Of course, when he's on my team, I don't complain. I don't know if OBJ really needs an accurate QB or not, but what I do know is that he needs one that won't under throw the ball when he's screaming down the sideline for any easy long TD. Seems Eli's weak noodle arm hurts more than his accuracy since technically, Eli currently has the highest completion percentage of his career.

 

I thought I saw Eli's plant foot slip when he made that throw?  Throwing off the timing and strength just a tad? 

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18 minutes ago, theSPANKER said:

 

I thought I saw Eli's plant foot slip when he made that throw?  Throwing off the timing and strength just a tad? 

Even if his foot slipped a tad it doesn't change the fact that his arm looks shot. Watching him and Brady to a smaller extent this year has been next level of boring. They just stand like statues in the pocket and throw to their RBs, hit little underneath routes, or miss guys deep by 20 yards. 

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