New York Giants give high credit to the rookies

Analyzing the Giants’ passing attack, they may not have the best home run hitter, or the fastest wide out in the league, but they are, however, equipped with players who can throw in singles, doubles, or triples and still earn a lot of scores for the New York Giants.

Eli Manning, Giants’ quarterback veteran, shared his confidence about the team. Manning explained that he’s very convinced that these guys, referring to the Giants’ newest receivers, can indeed deliver a high level performance in the field.

The new targets for Manning to throw the ball to were the newly recruits WR Hakeem Nicks, WR Ramses Barden and tight end Travis Beckum. They are going to join Giants’ current receivers Sinorice Moss, David Tyree, Domenik Hixon, Mario Manningham, Steve Smith, as well as tight end Kevin Boss. Manning believes that through these fellows, the team can produce a prolific passing attack, even without Amani Toomer and Plaxico Burress, who were both free agents now. Manning shared how he counts on the rookies, and to the rest of the Giants’ receivers. He told that they got the freshest guys who play well, and together with the team, they can help each other to develop each potential, become more experienced, and improve their moves inside the field.

Though that may be kind of tough, especially for the rookie wide receivers, according to Steve Smith. You have to keep you body healthy, while doing so much things like workout, training and others, while also enduring the pain cause by the injuries, Smith shared his experience during his first pro season. Smith also added that he want to impart to these draftees to also do what he had done before when he was a rookie too.

David Tyree, being the most experienced receiver in the group having his 7 seasons with the Giants, explained that if a player does not feel his hungry enough to be the champ then he may not have the correct mind set. And being the veteran among the line, he, together with the others, they should help Hakeem and Ramses, and the other greenhorns as well, to get better and better, because at the end of the day, they are all teammates, belonging to one team, playing as one.

Although it may be a tough learning process, the team believes and knows that the rookies can help the Giants this NFL season.