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    bye

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Pyro's take: According to beat writer Ohm Youngmisuk via twitter "Reuben Randle says he could play more in slot vs WAS"

I dont know how feeding Mr. Dropsies the ball is a good idea, but we will see how it works out, With Victor Cruz coming back next week will also add another dimension to this offense.

09/22/15, 01:59 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde
Source: twitter.com

Nicks to test free agent market

Giants General Manager Jerry Resse just told reporters at the Scouting Combine that he expects wide receiver Hakeem Nicks and defensive end Justin Tuck to test the free agent market, and that he expects to add some competition at running back as well.

Promising there would be a “significant difference” on the roster as a whole, Reese indicated some big moves on the horizon.

When discussing Tuck and Nicks, Reese said: “They deserve to see what the market will be.”

Pyro's take: It seems clear that Jerry Reese is expecting these free agents to have new homes in 2014. The reason Reese is comfortable letting Nicks test the market is because of Rueben Randle.

Randle showed great improvement last season, and is ready to take over the role that Nicks occupied in the offense. Nicks had zero touchdown catches last season, while Rueben had six. Victor Cruz is going to continue to run the second receiver routes in the offense, and with Nicks leaving Randle is going to see a major uptick in 2014.

We love Rueben Randle as a sleeper this season, so keep your eye on him.

02/24/14, 10:01 PM CST by Houdini
Source: profootballtalk.nbcsports.com

Ruben Randle primed for increased production

“He always had the natural ability,” Manning said. “You tell him to run a go route or run a comeback and he can do those things. But now (he’s) kind of understanding concepts and therefore he’s playing faster. He’s more sure of himself. I’m more confident in what he’s doing in reading his body language.”

“There’s no question about it,” Gilbride adds. “He’s light years from where he was last year.”

“When Mario Manningham left, we kind of lost that third wide receiver spot, which we use a whole lot,” Nicks says. “Bringing that back to the table is definitely going to help us, and (Randle) is eager to go out there and make a name for himself, which he showed flashes of last year. I don’t have any doubt about him coming out and making plays.”




Pyro's take: Ruben Randle is going to make a major jump in production this season with the Giants. Randle has shown great ability during training camp and looks like he is ready to take the next step.

It also does not hurt having a quality quarterback in Eli Manning to help his development. Then you add on top that Victor Cruz is dealing with a heel injury and Hakeem Nicks seems like he is always injured, which will only lead to more opportunities for Randle.

Randle is a nice sleeper this season.

08/22/13, 03:26 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: www.nydailynews.com

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