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Week 6 Game Thread - NY Giants at Cleveland Browns (1 Viewer)

Jeff Pasquino

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Are the Giants the best team in the NFL?

Can Cleveland win after a bye week?

This may be closer than many expect......

....or we could see Brady Quinn.....

Game on. :goodposting:

 
Giants-Browns inactives

Giants inactives: K Lawrence Tynes, DB Sammy Knight, RB Danny Ware, CB Sam Madison, LB Jonathon Goff, T Adam Koets, DE Dave Tollefson, WR Sinorice Moss.

Analysis: K John Carney will continue to handle the kicking duties with Tynes out. He's safe to start in all fantasy leagues.

Browns inactives: QB Ken Dorsey (3rd), SS Sean Jones, SS Hamza Abdullah, T Kevin Shaffer, G Scott Young, TE Kellen Winslow, TE Martin Rucker, DE Shaun Smith.

Analysis: Winslow is out as expected, so TE Steve Heiden will see more work in the passing game. WR Donte' Stallworth is active and will see his first action of the regular season.

Courtesy of NFL.com

 
Here's to the Browns - and all those fun memories cheering for them growing up in the 1980s.

 
Corey Williams, Jacobs just served you up a hot steaming cup of shut the hell up.

"If we can come out and hit him in the mouth from the jump, he tends to slow down and do some tip-toeing," Williams said. "You've got to swarm him, swarm to the ball."Williams didn't stop there, overloading the Giants' bulletin board."He's a good back who runs hard and has speed, but we're gonna get the job done regardless," Williams continued. "I'm gonna try to knock his head off. ... His whole attitude is to knock our head off when he's running the ball. I'm trying to get him before he gets me. He's a pretty good overall running back, but once you go to putting that wood on him, go to really hitting him, not letting him run wild like he wants to do, he's a totally different running back. He'll start tip-toeing, shutting it down."
 
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I like this new receiver the Browns have. They could have used him their first 4 games.
Yeah Brayun something, where did he come from? He's on my WW is he a one week wonder or should I put in a waiver claim, any help from the sharks on this one would be greatly appreciated.
 
I like this new receiver the Browns have. They could have used him their first 4 games.
Yeah Brayun something, where did he come from? He's on my WW is he a one week wonder or should I put in a waiver claim, any help from the sharks on this one would be greatly appreciated.
I believe his name is Edward Braylon. I think he might be the real deal.
 
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Like the quick passes so far - that's about 4 quick hitters/WR screens so far.
That's as far as Anderson can throw w/any accuracy.whoops, 3 straight whiffs, maybe not
O RLY?
Any remotely decent pass would have been a TD.
:confused: You gotta be kidding me. Edwards didn't even have to adjust. He just got outrun.
No. The ball was under thrown a bit.
 
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Like the quick passes so far - that's about 4 quick hitters/WR screens so far.
That's as far as Anderson can throw w/any accuracy.whoops, 3 straight whiffs, maybe not
O RLY?
Any remotely decent pass would have been a TD.
:confused: You gotta be kidding me. Edwards didn't even have to adjust. He just got outrun.
No. The ball was under thrown a bit.
They just showed it again. Slightly underthrown. But certainly a much better pass than "remotely decent."
 

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