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    NFL got what it wanted - Giants vs Pats



    #10 on SF needs to hook up with Cundiff over the off season and produce a video, How to blow the game for your team.




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    Ouch, that may be an even more brutal way to lose than we did.




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    Re: NFL got what it wanted - Giants vs Pats

    Eli Manning is one tough customer. Much tougher than his brother. The Giants will not be denied in the superbowl. I mean just imagine what a real NFL receiving corps, such as the Giant's, will be able to do to the Patriots secondary.




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    Both Harbaughs, done in by special teams. Sad.
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    Fuck it all, I hope the Pats get their revenge for 07. I like the Giants even less than them, and just don't have a hatred for NE the way I do for PIT and IND. Plenty left to dislike but none of it doesn't also apply to the Giants.




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    Quote Originally Posted by myfavoriteboxer View Post
    Fuck it all, I hope the Pats get their revenge for 07. I like the Giants even less than them, and just don't have a hatred for NE the way I do for PIT and IND. Plenty left to dislike but none of it doesn't also apply to the Giants.
    I'll always have a soft spot for the Giants because they saved the world from a 19-0 Patriots team. You think Steeler fans having a monopoly on most Super Bowl titles is bad, imagine Boston fans laying claim to the best team in NFL history. Thank you, Eli Manning and David Tyree.

    I've already got other plans for SB night, but I hope the Giants win it again. Think they can. Like 2007, they'll be able to get to Brady without having to blitz, and the Patriots defense is going to be overwhelmed by Cruz, Nicks, and Manningham.




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    Re: NFL got what it wanted - Giants vs Pats

    I have not looked at the highlights of the Giants/49ers game yet. Could anyone please summarize how they lost?
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    Re: NFL got what it wanted - Giants vs Pats

    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    I have not looked at the highlights of the Giants/49ers game yet. Could anyone please summarize how they lost?
    Two mistakes by same guy on return team for 49ers. First one. ball brushed his leg, giants picked up ball . Refs blow whistle. Review shows ball hit #10 leg, Giants get ball at that spot. Eventually score . Overtime,#1o fumbles ball after catch, giants recover. Run ball closer to goal line, Tynes kicks field goal. Maybe weather had something to do with both teams having moments of weakness..




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    Awesome. I am forced to cheer for a 9-7 team that lost to the Redskins twice.




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    Quote Originally Posted by SteelFaninBMore View Post
    I'll always have a soft spot for the Giants because they saved the world from a 19-0 Patriots team. You think Steeler fans having a monopoly on most Super Bowl titles is bad, imagine Boston fans laying claim to the best team in NFL history. Thank you, Eli Manning and David Tyree.

    I've already got other plans for SB night, but I hope the Giants win it again. Think they can. Like 2007, they'll be able to get to Brady without having to blitz, and the Patriots defense is going to be overwhelmed by Cruz, Nicks, and Manningham.
    Pretty much sums up my feelings as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by myfavoriteboxer View Post
    Fuck it all, I hope the Pats get their revenge for 07. I like the Giants even less than them, and just don't have a hatred for NE the way I do for PIT and IND. Plenty left to dislike but none of it doesn't also apply to the Giants.
    Why hate indy?




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    Re: NFL got what it wanted - Giants vs Pats

    Highest ratings ever for a TV show. NBC was right to want this matchup
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    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    Highest ratings ever for a TV show. NBC was right to want this matchup
    Thank Goodness for Eli Manning. That's all I have to say.
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    It's not what the NFL wanted. It's what NBC wanted. There the ones who will now get record breaking ratings from NY/BOS
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    Re: NFL got what it wanted - Giants vs Pats

    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    It's not what the NFL wanted. It's what NBC wanted. There the ones who will now get record breaking ratings from NY/BOS
    So it was NBC that rigged the score board.

    This wouldn't be the first time in the NFL and long before NBC covered it.

    Back in 65 Unitas and his backup went down. Everyone knows the story
    about Tom Matte, backup RB to Lenny moore inserted in as the instant
    QB who led Colts to victory after victory until the fatal game in GB.

    That game came down to a botched FG, or should I say botched FG call
    by officials also, and put GB into the championship game. Even their kicker kicked the dirt knowing he missed it.
    He couldn't believe it when he heard the crowd yelling and screaming. It
    was good and he won the game.

    John Steadman's book, FROM COLTS TO RAVENS has a pic of the ball about 10 ft wide with the REf under it with his arms raised. He was going to print the pic in the paper but Pete Rozelle, the Comish asked him not to so he didn't.

    Shuia was convinced the NFL didn't want Matte, a 2d RB as one of the
    featured QBs in their showcase game of the year. So they got Bart Star
    in. Just like they got Brady in instead of Flacco.

    They used to have a game called the playoff bowl. They stopped it because
    the players hated it. It was for losers but the Colts played the Cowboys that
    year. The team was shocked when Shula announced he was going to let
    Matte open it up and open it up he did.

    Matte beat Tom Landry's complex flex defense by 30 points. Shula laughed
    all the way home that Matte didn't even know what a flex defense was.
    Shula took a lot of heat from the media and the NFL for running up the score vs America's Team but he didn't give a damn.

    He made his point.

    I knew then that these games are scripted and it came home once again
    in SB 3 and still lives, this time with broken score boards just during
    the final drive of the game, just like the phony FG GB kicked in 65.


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