Found February 09, 2013 on
I get into a bad mood every time I hear this guy's name. However, if you can not beat them, join them. Or pay them enough to join you. The Patriots obviously have struggled on defense to get pressure on the quarterback and keep good coverage on the opposing wide receivers, thus they make quarterbacks like Mark Sanchez look like superstars. Chandler Jones provided a small spark, but more so at the beginning of the year. Rob Ninkovich was also a playmaker, but these are too few and too far in between. That means one thing, we need a pass rusher, and a good, consistent one. Hence, I believe the Patriots should look into signing Osi Umenyiora. Let's take a look at the Pros and Cons:
He gets to the quarterback.
The last time the New England Patriots had a player get OVER 10.0 sacks was in 2007 when Mike Vrabel got 12.5. We are in a passing league, and the more the opposing quarterback can settle in the pocket and throw passes like he is in practice, the more successful he...
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Michael Strahan has responded to Warren Sapp's comments about his shock that he made it into the Hall of Fame while the more media friendly Strahan did not.
The New York Giants are making a concerted effort to get younger this season and continued with yet another player move on Thursday. This week, the Giants have released three veteran players. LB Michael Boley, RB Ahmad Bradshaw and DT Chris Canty all were let go this week. On Thursday, another veteran player learned his future with the team is over. DE Osi Umenyiora’s contract...
New York Giants former defensive end Michael Strahan and former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Oakland Raiders defensive tackle Warren Sapp have swapped shots after Sapp was selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but Strahan
Just days after the New York Giants said goodbye to veteran stalwarts Ahmad Bradshaw and Chris Canty, the team welcomes back three-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle Shaun Rogers, who signed a one-year deal with the team to secure his return for the 2013 season.
Rogers flashed some of his old potential in training camp before his 2012 season was ended due to a blood clot, he spent the...
Jenny Vrentas of The Star-Ledger reports this evening that the New York Giants have brought back injury plagued DT Shaun Rogers for a reported one-year deal. Despite jettisoning several veteran players this past week, the Giants decided to offer Rogers an incentive laden one-year deal. Rogers was on the Giants injured reserve list for all of the 2012 season while dealing with a blood...
Warren Sapp and Michael Strahan decided to hang it up at the same time.
The endgame is that they both ended up eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame during the 2013 class.
Now the two big personalities are bumping heads.
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Let me start by saying I know every inductee in this year's HOF class absolutely deserves to be in the Hall of Fame. I wouldn't take it from any of them.I was simply very surprised when I saw that Michael Strahan was left out. I just knew from the day that he retired, he would be a first ballot Hall-of-Famer.That surprise resurfaced, recently, as I watched the Super Bowl...
The New York Giants announced that they released veteran linebacker Michael Boley on Tuesday.
Rick Stroud of the Tampa Tribune expects to see the Buccaneers pursue Giants TE Martellus Bennett during free agency
The Buccaneers made due with Dallas Clark and Luke Stocker, but they could really use an impact player at the position.
Originally drafted by the Cowboys, Bennett signed a one-year deal with the Giants last season and took a big step towards living up to his potential...