WR Sinorice Moss re-signs with New York Giants

April 15, 2010

The New York Giants have re-signed WR Sinorice Moss to a one year deal. I have been extremely vocal about my feelings of Moss. I am in awe as to how Moss is still on the team. Not unlike the Danny Ware situation, I am having a difficult time trying to justify either of them getting re-signed. Of course, I am not privy to the same information as the front office but just looking at both of their career numbers speaks volumes. This will be Sinorice Moss’ final year with the Giants, if he still doesn’t show the team or fans anything, then he should pull a Javon Walker and give back the money. There are only so many spots open on the roster and I have a hard time with the Moss subject when it comes up.

You may not believe what I’m about to share with you (if you don’t, look it up) but here are Sinorice Moss’ career numbers since the Giants drafted him. Moss has exactly 39 receptions for 421 yards and 3 TD’s. He has five years of NFL experience and a ton of injury time. I understand that players get injured and that things happen but this is amazing to me. You have to wonder if he has a cousin working in the human resources department or something at this point. I have nothing against the guy personally but we all have to justify ourselves in the workplace and measuring him with that scale tells me he should be fired.

What do you think about the Giants re-signing Sinorice Moss? Am I being too hard on the guy or do you agree with the reasons I’ve stated?

RD – NYGReporter.com

New York Giants: Seven Rounds in Seven Days, Rd.6

April 15, 2010

Here we are on day two of the “Seven Rounds in Seven Days” segment. We will be examining the past six years of drafts by round. A different set of rounds everyday for seven days. The legendary Ernie Accorsi will be compared to the young buck (I say that with respect) Jerry Reese. The 2010 NFL Draft is now exactly one week away. What will the Giants do? Could they still grab a player via free agency? Will there be a major trade announced? It’s beginning to get very interesting, the closer we get to draft day.

Now, let’s take a look at the New York Giants round six picks for the past six years.


Ernie Accorsi

2004 Draft – Round 6 – WR Jamaar Taylor

2005 Draft – Round 6 – DE Eric Moore

2006 Draft – Round 6 – No picks available

Jerry Reese

2007 Draft – Round 6 – OT Adam Koets

2008 Draft – Round 6 – QB Andre Woodson and DE Robert Henderson

2009 Draft – Round 6 – CB DeAndre Wright


2010 Draft – Round 6 – Position Prediction – Running Back

After taking a look at the history above, I think it is fair to say that round six is a push between these two legends. OT Adam Koets is the only player out of them all that may have any promise of making a living in New York. Robert Henderson would fall to second on the list if I had to choose. It is nothing against the other players that the G-men drafted, it’s just the nature of the business to be somewhat judgmental. The one pattern that I am picking up on thus far, is that Ernie Acorsi seems to be missing picks quite a bit. No doubt from wheeling and dealing but I find it interesting that while Accorsi has given up a pick in each round so far, Reese continues to be stingy with his draft picks and has retained them all. Both of these men are experts at what they do and trying to figure out which system is best is ludicrous.  A blend of both styles might be the best thing for New York.

What do you think about this brief history of round six picks? What position do you predict Big Blue taking with the 2010 sixth round pick?

RD – NYGReporter.com