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Old 01-22-2012, 11:59 PM   #316
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With Eli having 58 attempts this game, the Giants are HARDLY a run first team anymore.
Yeah, they were pass first, pass second today. Niners best against the run though. G-men do pass it around a lot.
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Old 01-23-2012, 12:01 AM   #317
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I have to go with the Giants. But I feel like NE wants to play the giants for revenge, plus the pats now have the upper hand since they lost the first time (just like the Giants in 07)
Brady can cement his legacy by beating Peyton's little bro in Peyton's house
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Old 01-23-2012, 12:07 AM   #318
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Brady can cement his legacy by beating Peyton's little bro in Peyton's house
Or Eli can one up his big bro in his own backyard.

Either way it's an interesting night for Peyton.
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Old 01-23-2012, 03:49 AM   #319
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The Giants win over 49ers was a fluke. A pure fluke. Just like their win over the Packers a week ago was very much a fluke. 4 years ago, I actually rooted for the Giants against the Patriots because the Patriots were undefeated and they had ripped apart the Redskins in New England. Now, I'm hoping that Tom Brady and the Patriots destroy the Giants in the Super Bowl this time around.
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The Giants win over 49ers was a fluke. A pure fluke. Just like their win over the Packers a week ago was very much a fluke. 4 years ago, I actually rooted for the Giants against the Patriots because the Patriots were undefeated and they had ripped apart the Redskins in New England. Now, I'm hoping that Tom Brady and the Patriots destroy the Giants in the Super Bowl this time around.
I can't tell if you're serious...
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Old 01-23-2012, 07:47 AM   #321
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If the Giants win it all, we will have swept the Super Bowl champs. Go Giants!
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Devin Thomas sighting, but don't worry: no catches.
G-Men should can Thomas and sign David Tyree for a few weeks!!
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Old 01-23-2012, 07:54 AM   #323
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G-Men should can Thomas and sign David Tyree for a few weeks!!


Thomas is better , playing well on special teams .....Thanks for letting us get him.
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'''Remeber what I said ,...It's not where you start but where you finish that matters.
It sure is. I just don't understand you guys. Lose to us twice, including a terrible loss at home where it looked like Coughlin was done... and then basically have 5 straight playoff games and win them all. Giants might be one of the most mentally tough teams I've ever seen. Gotta tip my cap to those guys. They earned it.
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Devin Thomas sighting, but don't worry: no catches.
I think DT has found his nitch in the NFL. He's going to be a back up wr and a standout on teams.
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It sure is. I just don't understand you guys. Lose to us twice, including a terrible loss at home where it looked like Coughlin was done... and then basically have 5 straight playoff games and win them all. Giants might be one of the most mentally tough teams I've ever seen. Gotta tip my cap to those guys. They earned it.

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Thomas is better , playing well on special teams .....Thanks for letting us get him.

Whatever he is just a special teams player not like it was Pierce. Last night he was in the right place at the right time twice, good for him but we are not missing him. We needed him to be a stand out WR.
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Old 01-23-2012, 08:32 AM   #328
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As far as Baltimore I think today they feel much like Houston did this time last week. The better team lost at least for that day.
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Interesting take on yesterday's games by Rich Tandler:

"Eli Manning is getting a lot of kudos and I suppose he deserves some of it. He was getting smacked around pretty hard by the Niners defense and he kept getting back up and pitching. But he averaged a pathetic 5.4 yards per attempt. And if poor, sad, sick returner Kyle Wi had not give Eli a short field by fumbling punts deep in 49ers territory not once but twice the Giants would have been shut out in the second half and overtime. He and Brady will both need to up their games if we’re going to have a compelling Super Bowl. That the two quarterbacks were credited with “wins” yesterday shows just how useless that concept is."
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Old 01-23-2012, 08:57 AM   #330
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As far as Baltimore I think today they feel much like Houston did this time last week. The better team lost at least for that day.
I agree but Balt. has no one to blame but themselves.
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