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giantsforce
09-25-2012, 12:59 PM
1. The lack of running game will make things miserable for your QB
2. Slow reaction to adjust by the coaching staff will make things miserable for your QB
3. Replacement ref suck a little bit more than the regular refs
4. The number of sacks does not directly corelate to points
5. Defense can play lights out, but if the offense cannot score, it is anyone's game
6. Some players have no integrity to admit wrong (Tate)
7. The Packers got screwed. BUMMER!! Welcome to the other side.

Please, feel free to add to this list.

TheEnigma
09-25-2012, 01:02 PM
More than any other season in the past, the Giants need to manhandle teams like they did to Carolina last Thursday. Don't leave the possibility of a Win or Loss in the hands of these replacement refs who have shown that they will make the wrong call when it's all on the line,

Laurah1275
09-25-2012, 01:21 PM
8. It is possible to throw a game winning INT

9. Better to be more concerned about preventing the problem, than trying to solve it. Which Eli and the GMEN will do by blowing out Eagles early in the game, and keeping it that way. :)

BigBlue1971
09-25-2012, 01:35 PM
8. It is possible to throw a game winning INT

9. Better to be more concerned about preventing the problem, than trying to solve it. Which Eli and the GMEN will do by blowing out Eagles early in the game, and keeping it that way. :)


+1!

Joe Morrison
09-25-2012, 01:36 PM
+1!

Rule # 1, basically the only rule, score more points than your opponent, CMON MAN, 12 points against the Hawks and you think you have the right to complain!

TheAnalyst
09-25-2012, 01:42 PM
Cheese always goes well with whine :-) Sucks for them, but it happened to us a hundred times vs the Packers last year. As for Tate, I thought he handled it well. Same with Wilson.

lgwgiantlov
09-25-2012, 03:43 PM
Well, now the Giants have another thing to watch out for on the field, as if the opposing team's players wasn't enough...Look out for the officials!
Man, they are dangerous in their inability to determine who has done what to whom and when.

JJC7301
09-25-2012, 11:56 PM
1. The lack of running game will make things miserable for your QB
2. Slow reaction to adjust by the coaching staff will make things miserable for your QB
3. Replacement ref suck a little bit more than the regular refs
4. The number of sacks does not directly corelate to points
5. Defense can play lights out, but if the offense cannot score, it is anyone's game
6. Some players have no integrity to admit wrong (Tate)
7. The Packers got screwed. BUMMER!! Welcome to the other side.

Please, feel free to add to this list.
If the Giants had gotten 8 sacks in the 1st half, they would have been up 40-0. The Seahawks offense is horrible.