Monday, August 2, 2010

Nice Practice

Word from the great north indicates that third-string quarterback Rhett Bomar had a nice morning practice and that long, tall, wide receiver Ramses Barden made a nice catch, falling backwards on the sideline. Barden has shown that kind of potential in practice before. One can only hope that this is the beginning of a road that leads to gameday activation, because the kid seems like he can be an explosive force inside the 20.

Here's the morning practice report from Ed from Big Blue View.

Meanwhile, Ralph V. wrote a good story on David Diehl's determination to keep his left tackle spot out of the eager hands of second-year lineman Will Beatty.



  1. Barden will have every opportunity to contribute this year and the onus is on him because the Giants have only 3 viable WR.

    As per Diehl, he will be playing Guard this year. Suebert was the weak link last year and will be a highly paid backup this year. Too often Ralph is used as a Hanlon mouthpiece and doesn't give his own analysis on issues. The Giants don't want to make Suebert who has been such a trooper his whole career upset but Ralph saying the odds of the line staying intact is ridiculous. That is really why I don't read his articles and wished Ernie P was the Daily News beat reporter.

  2. put Beckum down as a waste of a draft pick and move on, they can't redo the entire offense just to find 2 plays to run for this kid. Ship him to a West Coast offense team.

  3. I hope Beatty is ready for the challenge of guarding Eli's blindside. I'm all about Diehl going back to guard, but the LT spot makes me nervous.