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The Giants are Going to Win the Super Bowl

Posted on: January 26, 2012 10:51 pm
Edited on: January 26, 2012 10:52 pm
 

NEW YORK – The New York Giants are going to beat the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl by the score of 38-27. This is my prediction. I think Tom Brady will throw at least 1 INT while Eli Manning is solid with 400 yards and 4 TD’s, O INT’s as he wins Super Bowl MVP for a second time. The Giants defense will hold and cause a few turnovers. I’m expecting two turnovers by the Patriots, that lead to 2 quick Giants TD’s. Victor Cruz should have at least 2 TD’s. I think Jake Ballard will also have a receiving TD. And I expect Super Mario Manningham to grab a SB TD! Hakeem Nicks will be double teamed the whole game.

The Giants defense will sack Brady at least 3 times. JPP will have a very good game and play on another level to confirm why is was voted into the pro bowl. I would like to introduce the world to No.90 Jason Pierre-Paul for the Giants. Just in case you haven’t seen him play.

I like the fact that Eli will play in Indianapolis. This is the most intriguing part of the game to me. Tom Brady might be seeking revenge but Easy Eli is all about producing results on the field and owning the fourth quarter. I expect no less in this game from him. Winning this Super Bowl simply means that Eli Manning is officially standing right next to Derek Jeter in the all-time clutch player award in New York lore and New Jersey lore as well. The thing is, I believe that Manning really wants this game more then Tom Brady and there is nothing Belichick or Brady can do about it. Perry Fewell will need to call the game of his life but Manning is already in the discussion for greatest Giants QB of all time.

The Giants will win the next Super Bowl ring on February 5th with all day coverage from @nygreporter on twitter up until game time. I’ll do my best at halftime lol and then do some post game coverage.

The New York Rangers are playing well this year but we need the Knicks to get it together. I now they will eventually. This is the best team in years for New York fans. It is great to be a New York fan in general right now and the Yankees coming up. It feels like there was just a small earthquake in New York, weird. I expect the Patriots to put up a good fight but the Giants simply have this teams number for some reason the past few years.

What are your final score predictions for the Super Bowl? Who will win the Super Bowl MVP award?

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Comments

Since: Nov 14, 2006
Posted on: January 30, 2012 9:01 pm
 

The Giants are Going to Win the Super Bowl

Mock I hate to predict games involving the Giants, it's just something I won't do because I am big fan. My feelings are, Tuck will need to have a big game because a lot of focus will be on JPP. He is a stud and we have only seen the top of his ability. Jerry Reese nailed that pick. I also think the Giants will not thrown as often as we think to start the game. If they can establish a run and wear down the Pats defense they will be forced to bring up a safety and that's when Eli can do damage. He is not given enough credit for his ability to recognize the defense and audible plays. This is perhaps his biggest assets that goes unnoticed. I have a feeling that Travis Beckham might see the field more than we think. I am not sure if he will have a impact but this will cause additional mismatches for the Pats secondary as he will need to be accounted for. Overall, I like our chances based on the recent play but I am concerned with the two week layover. I prefer the game to be played without the break. Anyway, those are my thoughts and Go Giants!



Since: Aug 13, 2011
Posted on: January 29, 2012 12:07 pm
 

The Giants are Going to Win the Super Bowl

Although I have no particular interest in either team, in a way I hope you are right. As a Falcons fan, that will make our loss to the Giants a little easier to take. Once again we can say that it took the best team in football to knock our Falcons out of the playoffs. Of course, we're getting pretty sick of having to rationalize it like that. Go Falcons!


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