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Nice Job New York Giants

Posted on: January 21, 2008 7:44 am
 
I would like to kick Lawrence Tynes in the junk for missing that chip shot in regulation. You could have saved me about 15 minutes of hope and put me in the sack a little earlier. I didn't give the G-men much of a chance but this is a good football team. Eli Manning has stepped out of his brother's shadow and found the confidence he needs to succeed. I am picking this team to win in the Super Bowl and I will be rooting nearly as hard for them as I would if the Pack had won this weekend. Why, because I am an NFC guy. Wouldn't it be nice not to hear next year how much beter the AFC is than the NFC. The Colts may be under new direction. The Pats are aging. The Packers, G-men, and Cowboys are all young teams looking to become the dominant forces in the league. I say the NFC should start right now with the ending the Patriot's perfect season. Should the Patriots complete history two weeks from now, I will be impressed. It will be no insignificant feat. They will be the best team of all time. Good luck to all, it has been a magical season.
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Since: Sep 26, 2007
Posted on: January 22, 2008 7:52 am
 

Nice Job New York Giants

It was a great game and the better team won on the night, Tynes misses just prolonged the game. I think that the Super Bowl will be not be a blow out as some people are predicting. I still hope that as a fan that the Patriots win.

As far as NFC v AFC, the season series between the conferences ended all square. There does not seem to be a large gap between them now.

Hey, Knuckledragger  - Are you going to do a breakdown of the Super Bowl match up ?

Your comments last week about the last 4 where a really good read and the effort was appreciated !




Since: Sep 11, 2007
Posted on: January 21, 2008 2:03 pm
 

Nice Job New York Giants

Favre looked cold after halftime, and his coach didn't help him any. You have to run the ball, at least to keep the defense honest. I'm a Giants fan for the next two weeks. I am torn as to whether I want Favre to retire or come back. He has meant so much to this franchise and the fans that it will be a sad day when he hangs it up. I think this is pretty close to going out on top. He still has game, it would be on his terms, and he knows that the team itself is in good shape. He would be turning over a good young team to a good young QB.



Since: Dec 28, 2006
Posted on: January 21, 2008 12:55 pm
 

Nice Job New York Giants

012108 - Yeah knuckledragger, sentamentality does set in when you watched FAVRE last night.  I am proud of my GIANTS, but have mixed emotions, and wish I saw a 32 year old FAVRE last night, instead of a guy who gave 100% but still lacked the focus a 38 year old man might be succeptible to. Wish we could have went back in time and replayed the PACKS/GIANTS game last night.



Since: Sep 11, 2007
Posted on: January 21, 2008 12:23 pm
 

Nice Job New York Giants

That's the attitude ricer. The Super Bowl is still a great time. This team is set up to be very good for quite a while. I'm still excited yet disappointed.



Since: Sep 11, 2007
Posted on: January 21, 2008 12:20 pm
 

Nice Job New York Giants

It's OK stick. You still live in the best state and in the most beautiful part of it. I will be in Lacrosse soon for the state youth basketball tournament. I also have a vacation trailer in a trailer court in Genoa. Got to love the area. The team is young and is going to be very good for a long time, whether it is Favre or Rodgers. I will start to follow the Brewers a little more now, but I will bang the drum for the Giants till the season is completely over.



Since: Jan 16, 2008
Posted on: January 21, 2008 11:30 am
 

Nice Job New York Giants

Good job Giants!! Our youth was revealed last night and the Giants just wanted it more!!! I will still watch the Super Bowl.



Since: Aug 25, 2006
Posted on: January 21, 2008 9:00 am
 

Nice Job New York Giants

I'm crushed,  right now I could care less if I watch the Super Bowl.


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