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=[ they outgained us last time. I just hope we outgain them in points again

Keep in mind about 70 of those yards came from the last play of the game where Rodgers dunked the ball 2 yards to Driver on the 20 and her ran it down to our 30 as the clock expired. We had our Hail Mary defense in with Finn & the safeties about 50 yards deep and the LB play 20 yards deep. That gave Rodgers +300 yards passing and put Jennings over 100 yards receiving.

Aside from that Pack's running game was shut down as Rodgers was the leading rusher. Driver only had about 40 yards up to that point.

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"Next Year Off-Season we need to address our interior run def and defensive end replacements"

Grimes was great but he would be a great situational corner..freakish talent though.

Sidbury I thought would replace Abraham but he's not even getting on the field.

Both DB Comartie's are out there and If we haven't all noticed Turner the burner cannot run around the edge he is only good in the single back formation he even sucks in the I-form.

The burner is burnt his tires are going flat.

Norwood is out of here due to his injury prone chicken legs.

We need a replacement for Gonzalez he is retiring soon.

"SPEED" New Orleans Saints are not going anywhere to win this division each year we need "True Proven Talent for Cheap"

5 year deal to either Comarties would pay off in secondary..as we are all fooling ourselves to think Weems is a star in the return game.

3 Year deal to DT Jenkins from GB or DT Coefield from Giants

5 year deal to Mighty Mouse RB-Darren Sproles ---true return specialist and screen big play monster change of speed back.

'''Resign Norwood'' for cheap with Darren Sproles

GOING OUT ON A LIMB WITH THIS ONE - IF WE LOSE TONY G THIS YEAR WE HAVE HARRY DOUGLAS, RODDY WHITE, MIKE JENKINS,? WE NEED ANOTHER WR WITH FLASH AND SPEED LIKE A WES WELKER TYPE OF DUDE - OR A DECOY ...RANDY MOSS HMMM WHAT ABOUT T.O. OR OCHO CINCO- OR ON THE SMALLER SCALE TED GINN JR..HIXON, SANTANA MOSS, JUST NEED A SPEED WR STRETCH FIELD.

http://www.rotoworld.com/content/playerpages/player_main.aspx?sport=nfl&id=975

DE'Mathias Kiwanuka or Giants RE Osi Umenyiora set an NFL single-season record with ten forced fumbles, to go with his 13 sacks.

He sealed the record with two strip-sacks of Rex Grossman in Week 17. Umenyiora had a rough 2009 season after knee surgery, losing his job to Mathias Kiwanuka. Rejuvenated in 2010, Umenyiora may look to go back to the negotiating table this offseason. The 29-year-old has long been in search of a pay raise. Currently, he's slated for a $3.125 million salary in 2011.

http://www.revengeofthebirds.com/2008/7/31/583744/details-of-dominique-rodgers

Kent Somers dug up the details of Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie's contract and it's a supposedly a six year contract for about $16 million with just over $6 million guaranteed. As we already mentioned, it's really only a five year deal because the final year is voidable by the player but the base salaries per year are 295K, 385K, 750K, 950K, 1.13 million and 650K. All in all, not bad for a 22 year old kid from Tennessee State.

http://www.rotoworld.com/content/playerpages/player_main.aspx?sport=nfl&id=4715

Cardinals LCB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie was burned for three completions of at least 20 yards and flagged three times in the team's Week 17 loss to San Francisco.

A fitting end to his worst season as a pro. Rodgers-Cromartie also finished with career lows in interceptions (3) and pass breakups (17) despite being picked on more than ever. The Cards may have too many needs to address the cornerback position with an early draft pick this April, but they've got to find some way to light a fire in DRC. He played lackadaisically in 2010.

http://www.usatoday.com/sports/football/nfl/chargers/2010-04-02-darren-sproles-contract-tender_N.htm

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Chargers running back-kick returner Darren Sproles (FSY) has signed his one-year contract tender worth $7,283,000.

Sproles had been a restricted free agent. The Chargers placed the maximum first- and third-round tender on Sproles, meaning that had the five-year veteran signed an offer sheet with another team, the Chargers would have had the right to match the offer or receive first- and third-round draft picks as compensation for losing him.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/2011/01/05/2011-01-05_giants_face_decisions_on_ahmad_bradshaw_barry_cofield_domenik_hixon_mathias_kiwa.html#ixzz1AbB9GoBh

DT BARRY COFIELD: Cofield had a solid season, but make no mistake: He wants to be paid. He wasn't happy that the CBA uncertainty blew his chance at the open market last offseason, or that the Giants haven't tried to re-sign him. With Chris Canty and Rocky Bernard already signed to big deals, and second-rounder Linval Joseph in the wings, the Giants may not be willing to break the bank for another DT.

Antonio Cromartie (NYJ) – Cromartie is one of several big names hitting the market this year for the Jets. He hasn’t panned out as the elite playmaker many media outlets expected he would opposite Darrelle Revis, but he has given the Jets some flexibility at cornerback. Cromartie’s stiffness and long strides makes him an ideal candidate to be victimized by smaller, elite route running receivers, but he’s effective defending down the field. Because Kyle Wilson hasn’t lived up to expectations, the Jets may look to re-sign him with more urgency.

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