With Plaxico Burress Gone, the Giants Have Three Ways To Go

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Published: April 3, 2009


... four seasons with the team.

The Giants and Burress always had their feuds with one another, and the situation just got worse in late November when Burress shot himself in the leg. This resulted in him missing the rest of the season, getting suspended by the Giants, and totally wrecking the Giants' offensive chemistry and game plan.

So with the Burress gone, the Giants have three ways to go.


Option No. 1—Trade for Braylon Edwards

When Plaxico Burress was not playing during the end of last season, you could notice that the Giants had lost their downfield threat.

Defensive backs no longer had to double team anyone, and could play one-on-one with any of the Giants' receivers.

Considering that that didn't work for the Giants, they must get a big body guy, like Burress, who can be a solid downfield threat for Eli Manning.

This guy could be Cleveland Browns wide receiver Braylon Edwards.


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