How about a Twitter mailbag?

November, 29, 2012
11/29/12
10:35
AM ET
A couple of Saturdays ago, I decided I couldn't do the traditional weekend mailbag anymore because I wasn't getting any real questions in the mailbag and, you know, I can't write the questions and the answers. And that mailbag feels like something of an antiquated concept to me anyway, especially since we have Twitter, where we can interact directly at any time during the week.

So my new mailbag idea is to combine the mailbag and Twitter together into something I like to call... wait for it... the Twitter mailbag. (I know, right? How does he come up with this stuff???)

This is how it will work: Over the next two days, at my @ESPN_NFCEast account, I'll offer a few calls for mailbag questions. We'll do a couple of 20-minute "windows" in which the questions you ask at that account will be considered for the Saturday morning mailbag. We'll do the first one in a couple of minutes, so if you want to head over to that account and wait for the window to open, go ahead. I'll be right with you. I'm hoping this is a way to provoke some more directed questions and, ideally, some more helpful answers.

If it doesn't work, we'll try something else.

Dan Graziano

ESPN New York Giants reporter

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