Late last week, New York Giants fullback Henry Hynoski reached out to fans asking them to submit questions for an upcoming Q&A on his website. We passed that information along to our readers, requesting that they display their unparalleled level of intelligence when submitting their questions.
Well, you each did exactly that, and Hynoski answered those question on Thursday morning.
One of the most interesting questions came from Jeff H., who asked the Hynocerous just how complex the Giants' playbook truly is. And as we've often speculated here on Giants 101, it turns out to be every bit as complex and detailed as we thought.
"Hey Jeff, our playbook is limitless – it’s about seven inches thick, but it keeps expanding as we do different things off of the plays that already exist. On any given week, I’d estimate that we run about 200 plays in a week, keeping in mind that the base plays have different variations," Hynoski wrote.
To read the entire Q&A – and we highly recommend you do – head on over to Hynoski's official website.
Also, there's a special thank you to all readers from Giants 101 on his page, so be sure to check it out!
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