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#90 Jason Pierre-Paul, DE    Fantasy Football Injury Status   Probable - Back
New York Giants
Height 6' 5"
Weight 278 lbs
Age 27
Birthdate February 28th 1989
College South Florida
Year 2010
Round 1   Pick 15
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Once arguably the NFL's best 4-3 end, Pierre-paul is now a second-fiddle on his own team playing for a new contract. Billy Mayden of Today's Pigskin doesn't think that's necessarily a bad thing. 'With Pierre-Paul's new role,' he said, 'the pressure isn't so much lessened, as it is applied in the right places. Rather than facing the pressure of needing to be the star, he will have to cope with earning his future contract. Opposite Vernon, he is likely to face a lot of favorable matchups, thus setting up the Giants' defensive end for a monster season. JPP needs a career year to secure the money that he wants long term, and in his new role with the Giants, he is completely set up to seize the opportunity he has this season.' Pierre-Paul is a true risk/reward pick in IDP circles, but at his current ADP and after just one sack in eight games last year there's too much of the former for my tastes.

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