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BK07071
04-23-2012, 10:41 AM
A couple weeks ago I went to the Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut wearing my Giants Super Champion T shirt. You should of seen the looks I got, if looks could kill I'd be dead. I was at ther craps table and thestickman said that we were lucky that's all, and the next time will be different. That's when I told him that luck had nothing to do with it and that we beat the Patriots the last three times we met them. So it's not luck but pure skill and better players. I also mentioned that Brady is getting old and should be thinking about retirement.......well you should have heard the bullsh*t from them. They said that Eli is a flash in the pan and couldn't shine Brady's shoes. My reply to that was.....three times Eli went up against Brady and out played him. They said that Eli was in love with himself and thinks he's the greatest QB that ever lived and he said so. I told them that at no time did Eli ever say that he was the greatest QB, all he said at the beginning of the season was that he considered himself in the same league as the top five QB's in the league, which I might add included Brady, and he proved it by going out and winning another Super Bowl as well as a new Corvette for being the game's most valuable player.
So I said in the words of the Giants coach Tom Coughlin........"talk is cheap, play the game".........We did and you guys lost now go cry on someone else shoulder.

nygsb42champs
04-23-2012, 11:04 AM
Not a surprise that New England fans are giving us no credit again.

Morehead State
04-23-2012, 11:04 AM
A couple weeks ago I went to the Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut wearing my Giants Super Champion T shirt. You should of seen the looks I got, if looks could kill I'd be dead. I was at ther craps table and thestickman said that we were lucky that's all, and the next time will be different. That's when I told him that luck had nothing to do with it and that we beat the Patriots the last three times we met them. So it's not luck but pure skill and better players. I also mentioned that Brady is getting old and should be thinking about retirement.......well you should have heard the bullsh*t from them. They said that Eli is a flash in the pan and couldn't shine Brady's shoes. My reply to that was.....three times Eli went up against Brady and out played him. They said that Eli was in love with himself and thinks he's the greatest QB that ever lived and he said so. I told them that at no time did Eli ever say that he was the greatest QB, all he said at the beginning of the season was that he considered himself in the same league as the top five QB's in the league, which I might add included Brady, and he proved it by going out and winning another Super Bowl as well as a new Corvette for being the game's most valuable player.
So I said in the words of the Giants coach Tom Coughlin........"talk is cheap, play the game".........We did and you guys lost now go cry on someone else shoulder.
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I live in Pats country and they all essentially agree that Eli is a super clutch QB and have great respect for him. A few even apologized to me for telling me in previous years that Eli sucked.</P>


You must have run in to some bad apples. I don't think they represent most Pats fans. They were very bitter after SB 42, but they seem to have a great respect for Eli after 46.</P>


Most Pats fans have developed a great respect and fear of Eli Manning.</P>

GMENAGAIN
04-23-2012, 11:36 AM
Some of you guys are funny with these incidents where you are having angry exchanges with fans of other teams when you are not even at a game or a stadium. I have to think that: (a) you are doing something to provoke these exchanges; and/or (b) you are hanging out in the wrong places and/or with the wrong people.

ShakeNBake
04-23-2012, 11:38 AM
A couple weeks ago I went to the Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut wearing my Giants Super Champion T shirt. You should of seen the looks I got, if looks could kill I'd be dead. I was at ther craps table and thestickman said that we were lucky that's all, and the next time will be different. That's when I told him that luck had nothing to do with it and that we beat the Patriots the last three times we met them. So it's not luck but pure skill and better players. I also mentioned that Brady is getting old and should be thinking about retirement.......well you should have heard the bullsh*t from them. They said that Eli is a flash in the pan and couldn't shine Brady's shoes. My reply to that was.....three times Eli went up against Brady and out played him. They said that Eli was in love with himself and thinks he's the greatest QB that ever lived and he said so. I told them that at no time did Eli ever say that he was the greatest QB, all he said at the beginning of the season was that he considered himself in the same league as the top five QB's in the league, which I might add included Brady, and he proved it by going out and winning another Super Bowl as well as a new Corvette for being the game's most valuable player.
So I said in the words of the Giants coach Tom Coughlin........"talk is cheap, play the game".........We did and you guys lost now go cry on someone else shoulder.
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I live in Pats country and they all essentially agree that Eli is a super clutch QB and have great respect for him. A few even apologized to me for telling me in previous years that Eli sucked.</p>


You must have run in to some bad apples. I don't think they represent most Pats fans. They were very bitter after SB 42, but they seem to have a great respect for Eli after 46.</p>


Most Pats fans have developed a great respect and fear of Eli Manning.</p>

Every pat fan I've come across has been a complete M*******.

BK07071
04-23-2012, 11:40 AM
A couple weeks ago I went to the Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut wearing my Giants Super Champion T shirt. You should of seen the looks I got, if looks could kill I'd be dead. I was at ther craps table and thestickman said that we were lucky that's all, and the next time will be different. That's when I told him that luck had nothing to do with it and that we beat the Patriots the last three times we met them. So it's not luck but pure skill and better players. I also mentioned that Brady is getting old and should be thinking about retirement.......well you should have heard the bullsh*t from them. They said that Eli is a flash in the pan and couldn't shine Brady's shoes. My reply to that was.....three times Eli went up against Brady and out played him. They said that Eli was in love with himself and thinks he's the greatest QB that ever lived and he said so. I told them that at no time did Eli ever say that he was the greatest QB, all he said at the beginning of the season was that he considered himself in the same league as the top five QB's in the league, which I might add included Brady, and he proved it by going out and winning another Super Bowl as well as a new Corvette for being the game's most valuable player.
So I said in the words of the Giants coach Tom Coughlin........"talk is cheap, play the game".........We did and you guys lost now go cry on someone else shoulder.
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I live in Pats country and they all essentially agree that Eli is a super clutch QB and have great respect for him. A few even apologized to me for telling me in previous years that Eli sucked.</p>


You must have run in to some bad apples. I don't think they represent most Pats fans. They were very bitter after SB 42, but they seem to have a great respect for Eli after 46.</p>


Most Pats fans have developed a great respect and fear of Eli Manning.</p>

Couldn't prove it to me that day. Everyone at that craps table felt that Eli was an egotist by saying what he did even though they heard a different version of what he actually said. As far as respect is concerned......well there might be some now after we beat their butts in a second Super Bowl but fear. Nah, they believe it was a fluke and some bad calls by the refs that gave us the win.

BK07071
04-23-2012, 11:50 AM
Some of you guys are funny with these incidents where you are having angry exchanges with fans of other teams when you are not even at a game or a stadium. I have to think that: (a) you are doing something to provoke these exchanges; and/or (b) you are hanging out in the wrong places and/or with the wrong people.

How can you say that I provoked an angry exchange? All, I did was walk up to a craps table, plopped my money down and got some chips and than proceeded to place my bets when the stickman noticed my shirt and gave some innocent needling. There was no angry exchange, there was just some good clean ribbing but when they said what they did about Eli stating that he said he was the best QB that ever lived, I took exception to that and wanted to set the record straight. I wouldn't of said anything if what they said about Eli was true. But it wasn't and I wanted to let them know that Eli never said that and he's not the type to go around bragging. His actions speak for themselves and he proved it in the Super Bowl.
There was no heated exchange whatsoever, just some good natured ball busting.

jhamburg
04-23-2012, 11:51 AM
A couple weeks ago I went to the Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut wearing my Giants Super Champion T shirt. You should of seen the looks I got, if looks could kill I'd be dead. I was at ther craps table and thestickman said that we were lucky that's all, and the next time will be different. That's when I told him that luck had nothing to do with it and that we beat the Patriots the last three times we met them. So it's not luck but pure skill and better players. I also mentioned that Brady is getting old and should be thinking about retirement.......well you should have heard the bullsh*t from them. They said that Eli is a flash in the pan and couldn't shine Brady's shoes. My reply to that was.....three times Eli went up against Brady and out played him. They said that Eli was in love with himself and thinks he's the greatest QB that ever lived and he said so. I told them that at no time did Eli ever say that he was the greatest QB, all he said at the beginning of the season was that he considered himself in the same league as the top five QB's in the league, which I might add included Brady, and he proved it by going out and winning another Super Bowl as well as a new Corvette for being the game's most valuable player.
So I said* in the words of the Giants coach Tom Coughlin........"talk is cheap, play the game".........We did and you guys lost now go cry on someone else shoulder.


You should have just gone for the gusto and started betting the don't pass too

Morehead State
04-23-2012, 11:52 AM
A couple weeks ago I went to the Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut wearing my Giants Super Champion T shirt. You should of seen the looks I got, if looks could kill I'd be dead. I was at ther craps table and thestickman said that we were lucky that's all, and the next time will be different. That's when I told him that luck had nothing to do with it and that we beat the Patriots the last three times we met them. So it's not luck but pure skill and better players. I also mentioned that Brady is getting old and should be thinking about retirement.......well you should have heard the bullsh*t from them. They said that Eli is a flash in the pan and couldn't shine Brady's shoes. My reply to that was.....three times Eli went up against Brady and out played him. They said that Eli was in love with himself and thinks he's the greatest QB that ever lived and he said so. I told them that at no time did Eli ever say that he was the greatest QB, all he said at the beginning of the season was that he considered himself in the same league as the top five QB's in the league, which I might add included Brady, and he proved it by going out and winning another Super Bowl as well as a new Corvette for being the game's most valuable player.
So I said in the words of the Giants coach Tom Coughlin........"talk is cheap, play the game".........We did and you guys lost now go cry on someone else shoulder.
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I live in Pats country and they all essentially agree that Eli is a super clutch QB and have great respect for him. A few even apologized to me for telling me in previous years that Eli sucked.</P>


You must have run in to some bad apples. I don't think they represent most Pats fans. They were very bitter after SB 42, but they seem to have a great respect for Eli after 46.</P>


Most Pats fans have developed a great respect and fear of Eli Manning.</P>




Couldn't prove it to me that day. Everyone at that craps table felt that Eli was an egotist by saying what he did even though they heard a different version of what he actually said. As far as respect is concerned......well there might be some now after we beat their butts in a second Super Bowl but fear. Nah, they believe it was a fluke and some bad calls by the refs that gave us the win.
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My suggestion is that fans that hang out at craps table may not represent the everyday fan.</P>


And for the life of me (and I have tons of Pats fan friends) I have NEVER heard one of them suggest that Eli was "in love with himself". Its rediculous.</P>


Maybe these going were down some money and had to vent.</P>

Morehead State
04-23-2012, 11:53 AM
Some of you guys are funny with these incidents where you are having angry exchanges with fans of other teams when you are not even at a game or a stadium. I have to think that: (a) you are doing something to provoke these exchanges; and/or (b) you are hanging out in the wrong places and/or with the wrong people.

How can you say that I provoked an angry exchange? All, I did was walk up to a craps table, plopped my money down and got some chips and than proceeded to place my bets when the stickman noticed my shirt and gave some innocent needling. There was no angry exchange, there was just some good clean ribbing but when they said what they did about Eli stating that he said he was the best QB that ever lived, I took exception to that and wanted to set the record straight. I wouldn't of said anything if what they said about Eli was true. But it wasn't and I wanted to let them know that Eli never said that and he's not the type to go around bragging. His actions speak for themselves and he proved it in the Super Bowl.
There was no heated exchange whatsoever, just some good natured ball busting.
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If it was good natured ribbing then what's the big deal?</P>

GMENAGAIN
04-23-2012, 11:57 AM
Some of you guys are funny with these incidents where you are having angry exchanges with fans of other teams when you are not even at a game or a stadium. I have to think that: (a) you are doing something to provoke these exchanges; and/or (b) you are hanging out in the wrong places and/or with the wrong people.

How can you say that I provoked an angry exchange? All, I did was walk up to a craps table, plopped my money down and got some chips and than proceeded to place my bets when the stickman noticed my shirt and gave some innocent needling. There was no angry exchange, there was just some good clean ribbing but when they said what they did about Eli stating that he said he was the best QB that ever lived, I took exception to that and wanted to set the record straight. I wouldn't of said anything if what they said about Eli was true. But it wasn't and I wanted to let them know that Eli never said that and he's not the type to go around bragging. His actions speak for themselves and he proved it in the Super Bowl.
There was no heated exchange whatsoever, just some good natured ball busting.
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My bad then . . . . it sounded like you got into some angry exchange, which I thought was unusual. So many posters come on here with tales about heated exchanges in supermarkets, dry cleaners, etc. . . . . I just think that it's weird.</P>


Good natured ball-busting, on the other hand, is not weird.</P>


Carry on . . . . .</P>

Morehead State
04-23-2012, 11:59 AM
Some of you guys are funny with these incidents where you are having angry exchanges with fans of other teams when you are not even at a game or a stadium. I have to think that: (a) you are doing something to provoke these exchanges; and/or (b) you are hanging out in the wrong places and/or with the wrong people.

How can you say that I provoked an angry exchange? All, I did was walk up to a craps table, plopped my money down and got some chips and than proceeded to place my bets when the stickman noticed my shirt and gave some innocent needling. There was no angry exchange, there was just some good clean ribbing but when they said what they did about Eli stating that he said he was the best QB that ever lived, I took exception to that and wanted to set the record straight. I wouldn't of said anything if what they said about Eli was true. But it wasn't and I wanted to let them know that Eli never said that and he's not the type to go around bragging. His actions speak for themselves and he proved it in the Super Bowl.
There was no heated exchange whatsoever, just some good natured ball busting.
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My bad then . . . . it sounded like you got into some angry exchange, which I thought was unusual. So many posters come on here with tales about heated exchanges in supermarkets, dry cleaners, etc. . . . . I just think that it's weird.</P>


Good natured ball-busting, on the other hand, is not weird.</P>


Carry on . . . . .</P>


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Not your bad at all. Thats how he made it sound.</P>

SweetZombieJesus
04-23-2012, 12:02 PM
Some of you guys are funny with these incidents where you are having angry exchanges with fans of other teams when you are not even at a game or a stadium. I have to think that: (a) you are doing something to provoke these exchanges; and/or (b) you are hanging out in the wrong places and/or with the wrong people.

I went into my local pizza shop wearing a Giants sweatshirt and got into it with a transplanted Eagle fan from Brooklyn working the register. She started with me! Irritated by my 4x champs sweatshirt.

I've got 10 years experience working in Egghole territory so I've learned keeping it light, humble, and cordial is the proper disarming response...

Morehead State
04-23-2012, 12:03 PM
Some of you guys are funny with these incidents where you are having angry exchanges with fans of other teams when you are not even at a game or a stadium. I have to think that: (a) you are doing something to provoke these exchanges; and/or (b) you are hanging out in the wrong places and/or with the wrong people.

I went into my local pizza shop wearing a Giants sweatshirt and got into it with a transplanted Eagle fan from Brooklyn working the register. She started with me!




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Was it Bastian?</P>

Pakman
04-23-2012, 12:05 PM
Some of you guys are funny with these incidents where you are having angry exchanges with fans of other teams when you are not even at a game or a stadium.* I have to think that:* (a) you are doing something to provoke these exchanges; and/or (b) you are hanging out in the wrong places and/or with the wrong people.*

How can you say that I provoked an angry exchange? All, I did was walk up to a craps table, plopped my money down and got some chips and than proceeded to place my bets when the stickman noticed my shirt and gave some innocent needling. There was no angry exchange, there was just some good clean ribbing but when they said what they did about Eli stating that he said he was the best QB that ever lived, I took exception to that and wanted to set the record straight. I wouldn't of said anything if what they said about Eli was true. But it wasn't and I wanted to let them know that Eli never said that and he's not the type to go around bragging. His actions speak for themselves and he proved it in the Super Bowl.
There was no heated exchange whatsoever, just some good natured ball busting.
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My bad then . . . . it sounded like you got into some angry exchange, which I thought was unusual.* So many posters come on here with tales about heated exchanges in supermarkets, dry cleaners, etc. . . . . I just think that it's weird.</P>


Good natured ball-busting, on the other hand, is not weird.</P>


Carry on . . . . .</P>


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Not your bad at all.* Thats how he made it sound.</P>

Lol this prob the funniest thread I've read in a while.

Moorehead does not want to let it go. Let it go man, he just wanted to tell us what happened. Also, it didn't seem like an angry exchange at all.

Lol man...

Morehead State
04-23-2012, 12:10 PM
Some of you guys are funny with these incidents where you are having angry exchanges with fans of other teams when you are not even at a game or a stadium. I have to think that: (a) you are doing something to provoke these exchanges; and/or (b) you are hanging out in the wrong places and/or with the wrong people.

How can you say that I provoked an angry exchange? All, I did was walk up to a craps table, plopped my money down and got some chips and than proceeded to place my bets when the stickman noticed my shirt and gave some innocent needling. There was no angry exchange, there was just some good clean ribbing but when they said what they did about Eli stating that he said he was the best QB that ever lived, I took exception to that and wanted to set the record straight. I wouldn't of said anything if what they said about Eli was true. But it wasn't and I wanted to let them know that Eli never said that and he's not the type to go around bragging. His actions speak for themselves and he proved it in the Super Bowl.
There was no heated exchange whatsoever, just some good natured ball busting.
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My bad then . . . . it sounded like you got into some angry exchange, which I thought was unusual. So many posters come on here with tales about heated exchanges in supermarkets, dry cleaners, etc. . . . . I just think that it's weird.</P>


Good natured ball-busting, on the other hand, is not weird.</P>


Carry on . . . . .</P>


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Not your bad at all. Thats how he made it sound.</P>


Lol this prob the funniest thread I've read in a while. Moorehead does not want to let it go. Let it go man, he just wanted to tell us what happened. Also, it didn't seem like an angry exchange at all. Lol man...</P>


What am I supposed to be holding on to in your little scenario?</P>

RoanokeFan
04-23-2012, 12:14 PM
A couple weeks ago I went to the Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut wearing my Giants Super Champion T shirt. You should of seen the looks I got, if looks could kill I'd be dead. I was at ther craps table and thestickman said that we were lucky that's all, and the next time will be different. That's when I told him that luck had nothing to do with it and that we beat the Patriots the last three times we met them. So it's not luck but pure skill and better players. I also mentioned that Brady is getting old and should be thinking about retirement.......well you should have heard the bullsh*t from them. They said that Eli is a flash in the pan and couldn't shine Brady's shoes. My reply to that was.....three times Eli went up against Brady and out played him. They said that Eli was in love with himself and thinks he's the greatest QB that ever lived and he said so. I told them that at no time did Eli ever say that he was the greatest QB, all he said at the beginning of the season was that he considered himself in the same league as the top five QB's in the league, which I might add included Brady, and he proved it by going out and winning another Super Bowl as well as a new Corvette for being the game's most valuable player.
So I said in the words of the Giants coach Tom Coughlin........"talk is cheap, play the game".........We did and you guys lost now go cry on someone else shoulder.


One of our sons lives in Southern Connecticut and there are far more GIANTS fans than Patriots fans to be seen in that area. I live in Virginia and have very obvious GIANTS license plates and am always greeted around town with shouts and horn honkings.

It wasn't that long ago that folks in New England were burning witches. Give them time to catch up with the rest of us [;)]

RoanokeFan
04-23-2012, 12:16 PM
A couple weeks ago I went to the Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut wearing my Giants Super Champion T shirt. You should of seen the looks I got, if looks could kill I'd be dead. I was at ther craps table and thestickman said that we were lucky that's all, and the next time will be different. That's when I told him that luck had nothing to do with it and that we beat the Patriots the last three times we met them. So it's not luck but pure skill and better players. I also mentioned that Brady is getting old and should be thinking about retirement.......well you should have heard the bullsh*t from them. They said that Eli is a flash in the pan and couldn't shine Brady's shoes. My reply to that was.....three times Eli went up against Brady and out played him. They said that Eli was in love with himself and thinks he's the greatest QB that ever lived and he said so. I told them that at no time did Eli ever say that he was the greatest QB, all he said at the beginning of the season was that he considered himself in the same league as the top five QB's in the league, which I might add included Brady, and he proved it by going out and winning another Super Bowl as well as a new Corvette for being the game's most valuable player.
So I said in the words of the Giants coach Tom Coughlin........"talk is cheap, play the game".........We did and you guys lost now go cry on someone else shoulder.
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I live in Pats country and they all essentially agree that Eli is a super clutch QB and have great respect for him. A few even apologized to me for telling me in previous years that Eli sucked.</p>


You must have run in to some bad apples. I don't think they represent most Pats fans. They were very bitter after SB 42, but they seem to have a great respect for Eli after 46.</p>


Most Pats fans have developed a great respect and fear of Eli Manning.</p>

At the Mohegan Sun you can't really tell where anyone is from so there could have been some Packers or 49ers fans in the mix [:D]

Morehead State
04-23-2012, 12:17 PM
A couple weeks ago I went to the Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut wearing my Giants Super Champion T shirt. You should of seen the looks I got, if looks could kill I'd be dead. I was at ther craps table and thestickman said that we were lucky that's all, and the next time will be different. That's when I told him that luck had nothing to do with it and that we beat the Patriots the last three times we met them. So it's not luck but pure skill and better players. I also mentioned that Brady is getting old and should be thinking about retirement.......well you should have heard the bullsh*t from them. They said that Eli is a flash in the pan and couldn't shine Brady's shoes. My reply to that was.....three times Eli went up against Brady and out played him. They said that Eli was in love with himself and thinks he's the greatest QB that ever lived and he said so. I told them that at no time did Eli ever say that he was the greatest QB, all he said at the beginning of the season was that he considered himself in the same league as the top five QB's in the league, which I might add included Brady, and he proved it by going out and winning another Super Bowl as well as a new Corvette for being the game's most valuable player.
So I said in the words of the Giants coach Tom Coughlin........"talk is cheap, play the game".........We did and you guys lost now go cry on someone else shoulder.


One of our sons lives in Southern Connecticut and there are far more GIANTS fans than Patriots fans to be seen in that area. I live in Virginia and have very obvious GIANTS license plates and am always greeted around town with shouts and horn honkings.

It wasn't that long ago that folks in New England were burning witches. Give them time to catch up with the rest of us [;)]
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OK, the "burning witches" comment made me laugh.</P>


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And BTW I live in Mass. and I haven't seen a good witch burning for years.</P>

GMENAGAIN
04-23-2012, 12:31 PM
A couple weeks ago I went to the Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut wearing my Giants Super Champion T shirt. You should of seen the looks I got, if looks could kill I'd be dead. I was at ther craps table and thestickman said that we were lucky that's all, and the next time will be different. That's when I told him that luck had nothing to do with it and that we beat the Patriots the last three times we met them. So it's not luck but pure skill and better players. I also mentioned that Brady is getting old and should be thinking about retirement.......well you should have heard the bullsh*t from them. They said that Eli is a flash in the pan and couldn't shine Brady's shoes. My reply to that was.....three times Eli went up against Brady and out played him. They said that Eli was in love with himself and thinks he's the greatest QB that ever lived and he said so. I told them that at no time did Eli ever say that he was the greatest QB, all he said at the beginning of the season was that he considered himself in the same league as the top five QB's in the league, which I might add included Brady, and he proved it by going out and winning another Super Bowl as well as a new Corvette for being the game's most valuable player.
So I said in the words of the Giants coach Tom Coughlin........"talk is cheap, play the game".........We did and you guys lost now go cry on someone else shoulder.


One of our sons lives in Southern Connecticut and there are far more GIANTS fans than Patriots fans to be seen in that area. I live in Virginia and have very obvious GIANTS license plates and am always greeted around town with shouts and horn honkings.

It wasn't that long ago that folks in New England were burning witches. Give them time to catch up with the rest of us [;)]
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OK, the "burning witches" comment made me laugh.</P>


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And BTW I live in Mass. and I haven't seen a good witch burning for years.</P>


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Stay tuned though . . . . it appears that Bobby V's burning at the stake maybecoming soon . . . . . </P>

Morehead State
04-23-2012, 12:32 PM
A couple weeks ago I went to the Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut wearing my Giants Super Champion T shirt. You should of seen the looks I got, if looks could kill I'd be dead. I was at ther craps table and thestickman said that we were lucky that's all, and the next time will be different. That's when I told him that luck had nothing to do with it and that we beat the Patriots the last three times we met them. So it's not luck but pure skill and better players. I also mentioned that Brady is getting old and should be thinking about retirement.......well you should have heard the bullsh*t from them. They said that Eli is a flash in the pan and couldn't shine Brady's shoes. My reply to that was.....three times Eli went up against Brady and out played him. They said that Eli was in love with himself and thinks he's the greatest QB that ever lived and he said so. I told them that at no time did Eli ever say that he was the greatest QB, all he said at the beginning of the season was that he considered himself in the same league as the top five QB's in the league, which I might add included Brady, and he proved it by going out and winning another Super Bowl as well as a new Corvette for being the game's most valuable player.
So I said in the words of the Giants coach Tom Coughlin........"talk is cheap, play the game".........We did and you guys lost now go cry on someone else shoulder.


One of our sons lives in Southern Connecticut and there are far more GIANTS fans than Patriots fans to be seen in that area. I live in Virginia and have very obvious GIANTS license plates and am always greeted around town with shouts and horn honkings.

It wasn't that long ago that folks in New England were burning witches. Give them time to catch up with the rest of us [;)]
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OK, the "burning witches" comment made me laugh.</P>


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And BTW I live in Mass. and I haven't seen a good witch burning for years.</P>


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Stay tuned though . . . . it appears that Bobby V's burning at the stake maybecoming soon . . . . . </P>


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From your lips to God's ears.</P>

RoanokeFan
04-23-2012, 01:05 PM
A couple weeks ago I went to the Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut wearing my Giants Super Champion T shirt. You should of seen the looks I got, if looks could kill I'd be dead. I was at ther craps table and thestickman said that we were lucky that's all, and the next time will be different. That's when I told him that luck had nothing to do with it and that we beat the Patriots the last three times we met them. So it's not luck but pure skill and better players. I also mentioned that Brady is getting old and should be thinking about retirement.......well you should have heard the bullsh*t from them. They said that Eli is a flash in the pan and couldn't shine Brady's shoes. My reply to that was.....three times Eli went up against Brady and out played him. They said that Eli was in love with himself and thinks he's the greatest QB that ever lived and he said so. I told them that at no time did Eli ever say that he was the greatest QB, all he said at the beginning of the season was that he considered himself in the same league as the top five QB's in the league, which I might add included Brady, and he proved it by going out and winning another Super Bowl as well as a new Corvette for being the game's most valuable player.
So I said in the words of the Giants coach Tom Coughlin........"talk is cheap, play the game".........We did and you guys lost now go cry on someone else shoulder.


One of our sons lives in Southern Connecticut and there are far more GIANTS fans than Patriots fans to be seen in that area. I live in Virginia and have very obvious GIANTS license plates and am always greeted around town with shouts and horn honkings.

It wasn't that long ago that folks in New England were burning witches. Give them time to catch up with the rest of us [;)]
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<font color="#0000FF">OK, the "burning witches" comment made me laugh.</font></p>


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And BTW I live in Mass. and I haven't seen a good witch burning for years.</p>

Then my work is done here [;)]

Since I only visit occasionally I can't say for sure, but I don't think GIANTS' fans are outnumbered in New England. When we played them in the regular season I was happy to hear chants of CRUZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ when he caught a pass or scored.

Morehead State
04-23-2012, 01:10 PM
A couple weeks ago I went to the Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut wearing my Giants Super Champion T shirt. You should of seen the looks I got, if looks could kill I'd be dead. I was at ther craps table and thestickman said that we were lucky that's all, and the next time will be different. That's when I told him that luck had nothing to do with it and that we beat the Patriots the last three times we met them. So it's not luck but pure skill and better players. I also mentioned that Brady is getting old and should be thinking about retirement.......well you should have heard the bullsh*t from them. They said that Eli is a flash in the pan and couldn't shine Brady's shoes. My reply to that was.....three times Eli went up against Brady and out played him. They said that Eli was in love with himself and thinks he's the greatest QB that ever lived and he said so. I told them that at no time did Eli ever say that he was the greatest QB, all he said at the beginning of the season was that he considered himself in the same league as the top five QB's in the league, which I might add included Brady, and he proved it by going out and winning another Super Bowl as well as a new Corvette for being the game's most valuable player.
So I said in the words of the Giants coach Tom Coughlin........"talk is cheap, play the game".........We did and you guys lost now go cry on someone else shoulder.


One of our sons lives in Southern Connecticut and there are far more GIANTS fans than Patriots fans to be seen in that area. I live in Virginia and have very obvious GIANTS license plates and am always greeted around town with shouts and horn honkings.

It wasn't that long ago that folks in New England were burning witches. Give them time to catch up with the rest of us [;)]
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<FONT color=#0000ff>OK, the "burning witches" comment made me laugh.</FONT></P>


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And BTW I live in Mass. and I haven't seen a good witch burning for years.</P>




Then my work is done here [;)]

Since I only visit occasionally I can't say for sure, but I don't think GIANTS' fans are outnumbered in New England. When we played them in the regular season I was happy to hear chants of CRUZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ when he caught a pass or scored.
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In CT its about 50/50. Western Mass more like 80/20 Pats fans. Near Boston more like 95/5.</P>


And don't forget that Victor Cruz was a star at UMass.</P>

SweetZombieJesus
04-23-2012, 01:28 PM
When we played them in the regular season I was happy to hear chants of CRUZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ when he caught a pass or scored.


Cruz went to U-Mass, didn't he?

jjj45
04-23-2012, 01:41 PM
Most Pats fans have developed a great respect and fear of Eli Manning.Thats pretty awesome lol

NYG55nwo
04-23-2012, 01:49 PM
Well I am going there this weekend with my giants attire on...Lets see what they say to me.

G-Man67
04-23-2012, 02:41 PM
yeah if there is one team out there that totally gets Eli, it's the Pats</P>


there were some good youtubes of Pats fans rootingon the 49ers in the Championship game and when we won ... their reactions were very much like how they would have reacted if Baltimore makes that easy FG</P>

Morehead State
04-23-2012, 02:42 PM
yeah if there is one team out there that totally gets Eli, it's the Pats</P>


there were some good youtubes of Pats fans rootingon the 49ers in the Championship game and when we won ... their reactions were very much like how they would have reacted if Baltimore makes that easy FG</P>


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The first question I asked every one of my Pat fan friends was whether they were rooting for the Giants or SF in that game. I think only one was rooting for the Giants.</P>

NYG 5
04-23-2012, 11:07 PM
i live in the Festering Anus you call SE Connecticut, actually 10 minutes from both casinos. actually, more Giants/Sox fans in this area, most of the pats fans i've seen are the dumbass nandwagon jumping kids I went to school with.

I wouldn't sweat running into one **** talking gambler at the casino. remind them how much they loved making fun of when Peyton Manning would choke, and point out how their favorite boy toy couldn't connect to seal the game, while Goober could.

actually, refer to God's Favorite as " a big, tall, slow Tony Romo". that should really piss them off

Firenugget
04-24-2012, 07:05 AM
A couple weeks ago I went to the Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut wearing my Giants Super Champion T shirt. You should of seen the looks I got, if looks could kill I'd be dead. I was at ther craps table and thestickman said that we were lucky that's all, and the next time will be different. That's when I told him that luck had nothing to do with it and that we beat the Patriots the last three times we met them. So it's not luck but pure skill and better players. I also mentioned that Brady is getting old and should be thinking about retirement.......well you should have heard the bullsh*t from them. They said that Eli is a flash in the pan and couldn't shine Brady's shoes. My reply to that was.....three times Eli went up against Brady and out played him. They said that Eli was in love with himself and thinks he's the greatest QB that ever lived and he said so. I told them that at no time did Eli ever say that he was the greatest QB, all he said at the beginning of the season was that he considered himself in the same league as the top five QB's in the league, which I might add included Brady, and he proved it by going out and winning another Super Bowl as well as a new Corvette for being the game's most valuable player.
So I said in the words of the Giants coach Tom Coughlin........"talk is cheap, play the game".........We did and you guys lost now go cry on someone else shoulder.


One of our sons lives in Southern Connecticut <font size="5"><u>and there are far more GIANTS fans than Patriots fans to be seen in that area</u></font>. I live in Virginia and have very obvious GIANTS license plates and am always greeted around town with shouts and horn honkings.

It wasn't that long ago that folks in New England were burning witches. Give them time to catch up with the rest of us [;)]


Sure is. That's my neck of the woods and to describe this area as Patsville is absurd. Not to mention most people at the casino are tourists, not locals. I wear Giants gear all the time and never had a problem with a single person. Even Pats fans.

I dunno, maybe it's the personality instead of the T-Shirt.

Dorothy
04-24-2012, 08:18 AM
I live north of Boston, been here for 40 years,wear my Giants shirts and jackets often. Find that most Pats fans that are knowledgeable of the game, respect the Giants. And now fear them a little. The bandwagon fans get a little testy when we beat them, but overall thet are fun to banter with.

TuckYou
04-24-2012, 09:53 AM
Boston fans are pansies and can't cope with reality.