Good morning, New York Giants fans!
Athletes all believe they are invincible. Until their bodies prove to them that isn’t the case Barkley was no different.
“When I hurt my knee, I’m not going to lie, that’s probably the weakest moment of my life, especially in those first few days,” Barkley said. “I just couldn’t control myself crying, asking ‘Why me? Why me? Why me?”
Signing Williams means most likely losing Dalvin Tomlinson. We have been acknowledging this for weeks now.
Bleacher Report’s Brett Sobleski believes “Pitts is a better overall prospect than LSU wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase or Alabama wideouts DeVonta Smith and Jaylen Waddle, and he is a top-five talent in the 2021 NFL draft.”
Valentine’s View: I know this much — I wouldn’t complain about the Giants selecting any of the Big 4 receivers, BUT I would take Chase or Pitts before Smith of Waddle. I would love one receiver on the roster who could make plays simply because he was physically too much for opposing defensive backs to deal with.
More praise for Pitts.
The name that jumps out at me here is Joseph Ossai of Texas. i love the burst and the ability Ossai has to get around the edge.
This is a pretty good group.
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