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The Dotted Line


I'm sure many people here are familiar with ESPN's 30 for 30 film series.  Tonight ESPN aired its most recent installment, The Dotted Line, about the notorious sports representation industry.  Any Giants fans that were planning on skipping this one should reconsider.  The documentary features current Giant, and in all likelyhood future first-ballot Hall of Famer, Jacquian Williams.

The documentary jumps around a lot and features a lot, from issue to issue and sport to sport, but Jacquian is featured somewhat predominantly in both the beginning and the end.  We first see Williams being recruited, successfully, by a young agent.  Later we see Jacquian at home on draft day(s), while his agent is elsewhere, fretting as team after team passes on his client (dummies).

It's nothing groundbreaking, and the documentary actually sort of paints Jacquian as a bad guy in the end, but I still recommend Giants fans give it a watch.  After all, we can't get enough of Jacquian Williams right now.  The film re-airs tomorrow on ESPN2 at 11PM EST.

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