Category:NFL
Posted on: October 7, 2008 1:12 pm
 

HOME SWEET HOME???

I've come to realize its much easier to hope for a NY Giants win than to purchase a house.

Buying a home is supposed to be the American dream, not a nightmare. WIth the undaunting task of getting approved from the not-so-great-economic-down-fall lenders, to the exhausting task of just looking at the homes...Its a force to be reckoned with. I never would have thought this would be such a difficult decision. There are an uncountless number of homes...from new to foreclosed! Anyone else out there looking???

Voice your opinion! Scream a lil to let out your frustrations! Or just some insight to help me...???
Category: NFL
Tags: Giants
 
Posted on: February 4, 2008 9:05 am
 

XLII Champions NY Giants

Wow...the underdog...not just an underdog ...but the team that no one gave the chance to even make it to the playoffs.  Going from an 0-2 start to defending the Patriots to be the Superbowl Champs is just priceless.  I'm very proud of my team...GO Giants
Category: NFL
Posted on: January 16, 2008 10:42 am
 

The Championship Playoffs

This is a bitter sweet moment for me.  Being true to my Giants that have held a place in my heart since 1989.  I was disgusted with their lack of interest in Philip Rivers and traded him for Eli Manning.  Not sure if they made the right decision, time will tell and its proving to be a hard test.  Both of these guys have been exceptionally good for the last part of the season.  Me, being a die hard NCSU fan and Philip Rivers fan...would love nothing more than to see these two square off in the ultimate battle...The Super Bowl!  Who would I choose to win?  If it were man against man, I would definitely be going with Rivers...since its not the case and you have to go for the team, it would be a tough decision to make. Will we get to see it?  I have my doubts...Either way I congratulate both teams as they seem to inch one game further to the ultimate prize...GOOD LUCK!!!
 
 
 
 
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