Memo to Giants Managment: Trade for Braylon Edwards


Published: April 5, 2009


... player to fill his role. And the gap Plaxico Burress will leave in this offense is big, no doubt and it will be hard for any player to fill.

In his four years with the New York Giants, Plaxico Burress piled up 244 receptions, 3,680 yards, and 33 touchdowns.

But Burress also provided something that can't be put into stats. Burress pulled in double coverage getting his other receivers open, which helped out his other Giants teammates and Eli Manning.

Another thing we can all remember from Burress' time as a Giant is his game winning touchdown in the Super Bowl against the Patriots.

But now that Plaxico is gone who will take his place?

The answer to that is Braylon Edwards.

In the last four years with the Browns Edwards has had 228 receptions, 3,358 yards, and 28 touchdowns.

Sure his stats are a little bit lower, but Edwards has only been in the league for four years and he will be getting better as he gets older. Edwards also hasn't...

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