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Old 11-02-2009, 10:14 AM   #91
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The G-Men suck. The Eagles went in on them hard. Interesting how they laid down for the Eagles. With a coach ligh Coughlin? The great conservative culture he has established in their locker room? A great GM? and great FO? How does your team just lay down. My Redskins don't lay down. They are confused. They are foul ups bloops and blunders they don't wear skirts.

They did just win the SB not too long ago and have been one of the best 5 teams in the NFL over the last decade. Let's not call them out for one game.

The Eagles are pretty good. Lot's of weapons and a very good qb. The Giants have problems in the secondary when facing elite teams. They need to get that corrected. Maybe we can trade them CR for a pick?
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Old 11-02-2009, 10:22 AM   #92
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Giants may be in a skid but it's hard to see them not getting it turned around. Still a lot of ball to go. Way too early to write anyone off or crown a champ.
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Old 11-02-2009, 10:23 AM   #93
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Giants may be in a skid but it's hard to see them not getting it turned around. Still a lot of ball to go. Way too early to write anyone off or crown a champ.
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Old 11-02-2009, 10:39 AM   #94
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I guess I would like the Giants to win the NFC East at the end of it all. Well, I'd actually like the Redskins to do it, but the chance of rattling off four wins in a row to get back into it are, well, not worth looking at. But I think the division winner in the East probably won't hit 10 wins, and if they do, then probably just 10.
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Old 11-02-2009, 11:28 AM   #95
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Jason Taylor scored a TD
Yeah, I was watching that game with a DOLPHINS fan, so I had to tell him what I thought about Jason Taylor and his joke of a season with us, after he scored.
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Old 11-02-2009, 11:30 AM   #96
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Owen Daniels done for the year. Tough break (no pun intended) for the Texans
My fantasy team too, but luckily I have Vernon Davis as a backup on that team. Had Cooley on my other teams, so it is a tough TE year for me.
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Old 11-02-2009, 11:43 AM   #97
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Your statements may have some truths to it but they still own our Redskins. We get bit*h slapped everytime we face the G-Men. You think JC got sacked against Philly it will get ugly against the G-Men pass rush.
I don't think the Giants dominated us, like Philly dominated them on Sunday.
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Old 11-02-2009, 11:48 AM   #98
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I don't think the Giants dominated us, like Philly dominated them on Sunday.
Absolutely not. If not for Osi's fumble recovery for a TD, we would have won.

Our record looks bad and so does our offense, but we've been IN every game this season, even the Eagles game was close at the end for us.

We may not win, but we're competitive and have not been blown out this season.

We've lost by:
Wk 1 - 6
Wk 2 - WON by 2
Wk 3 - 5
Wk 4 - WON by 3
Wk 5 - 3
Wk 6 - 8
Wk 7 - 10 (Damn Rabach, should have been 3)
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Old 11-02-2009, 11:55 AM   #99
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Absolutely not. If not for Osi's fumble recovery for a TD, we would have won.

Our record looks bad and so does our offense, but we've been IN every game this season, even the Eagles game was close at the end for us.

We may not win, but we're competitive and have not been blown out this season.

We've lost by:
Wk 1 - 6
Wk 2 - WON by 2
Wk 3 - 5
Wk 4 - WON by 3
Wk 5 - 3
Wk 6 - 8
Wk 7 - 10 (Damn Rabach, should have been 3)
Losing is going to make you look bad no matter what, and struggling against bad teams will make you look even worst. A team like the Giants has done what they were supposed to, beat up bad teams. Still, there were big expectations from them, and I just don't see it happening from them. I still think the Cowboys are a suspect team, the only good team they've beaten has been Atlanta. Looks like the Iggles will take the division again this year, but with the likes of the Saints and Minny, I don't see any NFC East playoff team moving past the first round (unless they get lucky and get to play whatever crappy NFC West division winner).
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Giants will be all right but seeing them get worked brings me pleasure.
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Old 11-02-2009, 02:25 PM   #101
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Dallas' offense might be better w/out TO. They've been rolling the last two weeks.
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Any offense can be more "Romo Friendly" in October and November lets see how things go in December.
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Old 11-02-2009, 10:10 PM   #103
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Gregg Williams D strikes again for another Pick-6. For those counting, the Saints have 5 INT returns for TDs and 14 picks overall. We don't even have 5 picks on the season, much less any TD's, although Hall came close for one.
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Old 11-02-2009, 10:14 PM   #104
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For fantasy purposes I REALLY need Roddy White to friggin do something here.
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The Saints are an UNREAL football team in all phases this year. I expect them if they stay healthy to be in Miami this year competing for the Super Bowl.
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