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GentleGiant
10-12-2012, 10:45 PM
The talking heads don't think we can win. The 9ers players and fans trash talk so much you'd think they were the eagles. All this talk about Alex Smith becoming elite. Bragging about how they threw for 300 yards and rushed for 300(even though they played a terrible bills teams so it's really not that impressive).

Cruz, Bennet, Nicks, Barden.

Bradshaw, Brown.


Tell me guys.

Did ANYONE OF THOSE TALKING HEADS think Eli was gonna outshoot Rodgers in the playoffs last year?

The 9ers haven't beat anyone. A "decent" 2-3 packers team that gave up a 23-6 lead to the colts, a TERRIBLE jets team, and a equally TERRIBLE bills team that got blown out by that same jets team, and a 1-4 lions team.

We haven't beaten great teams either but the point is that we should be on equal ground. Not on assuming we'll lose.

Strahan himself came up to those D men and basically said "get your *** in gear".

The world is watching.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zK4h9xR7Dec
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zK4h9xR7Dec)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYIqu5YznLM
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYIqu5YznLM)
Make sure you mute the 2nd video for extra power then play them both at the same time.








(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zK4h9xR7Dec)

Buddy333
10-12-2012, 11:00 PM
For he 100th time the Giants have not beaten a winning team this year. So that argument goes out the window. The difference with these two teams, to date, is that the 49ers look like they did at the end of last year and the Giants do not. Between the healthy players not playing as well as the where last year and the amount of injuries they have its no wonder the 49ers are heavily favored. Lets also not forget that traveling across the country to play in their house also doesn't help matters much. Hopefully the pep talk they of from a former Giant great will wake up the defense, but its still strange that a group that just won the Super Bowl would need a pep talk. Still worried about the DT's but they are getting some other guys back that can help like Rivers and Hosely.

Rudyy
10-12-2012, 11:08 PM
For he 100th time the Giants have not beaten a winning team this year. So that argument goes out the window. The difference with these two teams, to date, is that the 49ers look like they did at the end of last year and the Giants do not. Between the healthy players not playing as well as the where last year and the amount of injuries they have its no wonder the 49ers are heavily favored. Lets also not forget that traveling across the country to play in their house also doesn't help matters much. Hopefully the pep talk they of from a former Giant great will wake up the defense, but its still strange that a group that just won the Super Bowl would need a pep talk. Still worried about the DT's but they are getting some other guys back that can help like Rivers and Hosely.You do realize we play better on the road..

Buddy333
10-12-2012, 11:55 PM
Didn't they show that Eli has almost the same exact home record for wins and losses as he does on the road?

Rudyy
10-12-2012, 11:59 PM
Didn't they show that Eli has almost the same exact home record for wins and losses as he does on the road?That was at home, I believe. We are like 15 and 12 at home I think.

BMW
10-13-2012, 12:02 AM
Didn't they show that Eli has almost the same exact home record for wins and losses as he does on the road?

Go root for the JETS, you're not a giants fan.

CowboysSuck
10-13-2012, 12:02 AM
Didn't they show that Eli has almost the same exact home record for wins and losses as he does on the road?

Ok, I get it. I see what you do on these boards.

Its old. just stop.

Buddy333
10-13-2012, 12:06 AM
Don't know what you are talking about. I'm pretty sure they showed the stat on one of their prime time games and it showed that Eli had almost the same number of wins at home as he did on the road. I think people are confusing his excellent road playoff record with his regular season record.

Rudyy
10-13-2012, 12:14 AM
Don't know what you are talking about. I'm pretty sure they showed the stat on one of their prime time games and it showed that Eli had almost the same number of wins at home as he did on the road. I think people are confusing his excellent road playoff record with his regular season record.Pretty sure it has nothing to do with his playoff wins, I can't find the stat. I don't really need one, we usually play much better on the road. Not guaranteeing anything, just saying.

Buddy333
10-13-2012, 12:17 AM
You may be right. I thought they showed once last year as well.

GentleGiant
10-13-2012, 04:02 PM
For he 100th time the Giants have not beaten a winning team this year. So that argument goes out the window. The difference with these two teams, to date, is that the 49ers look like they did at the end of last year and the Giants do not. Between the healthy players not playing as well as the where last year and the amount of injuries they have its no wonder the 49ers are heavily favored. Lets also not forget that traveling across the country to play in their house also doesn't help matters much. Hopefully the pep talk they of from a former Giant great will wake up the defense, but its still strange that a group that just won the Super Bowl would need a pep talk. Still worried about the DT's but they are getting some other guys back that can help like Rivers and Hosely.

Get out of here jets fan. Just because you can't score any points against the 9ers doesn't mean the giants can't either.

1. How is it strange? The players in the huddle pep talk each other all the time.

2. I literally JUST SAID that the giants never beat good teams. But if would listen, you'd know the 9ers haven't either. This doesn't make the giants better. It just puts them on equal footing(especially now that all the injured are back).

3. Last time I checked the giants won a blowout to the panthers away with nothing more than cruz,barden, and brown. Now we have Bradshaw, Nicks, and the rest back.

4. What did the 9ers look like last year? Oh right they looked like a team with a QB who couldn't throw at anything and a punt returner who fumbled when a fly landed on the ball. The 9ers today look like a team that beat the bills and jets. Not that impressive.

Buddy333
10-13-2012, 04:36 PM
Lets say team A was at home and team B has to travel across the country. Then lets say team A has been dominating their easy opponents while team B has looke sloppy in all but one game so far this season. Would you still say team A and team B are on equal ground. I never said the Gianys couldn't win this game but I do think that with the way both teams are playing the 49ers have played better. If the Giants win tomorrow it means they will have had to have played better than they have all season.

SackingMyths
10-13-2012, 04:50 PM
Had to look this up and see for myself. But "yes," Eli's Home/Away Regular Season Wins/Losses (and stats) are indeed almost identical. This is further proof that Eli elevates his game in the playoffs -- where it matters most.

But during the reg. season, his "road warrior" reputation seems to be more of by-product of his success in the playoffs, rather than fact.

Eli Manning Career Splits

G W L T Cmp Att Cmp% Yds TD Int Rate Y/A Y/G

Home 63 36 27 0 1226 2094 58.5% 14802 100 68 82.7 7.07 235.0
Road 62 36 26 0 1193 2024 58.9% 14356 95 66 82.8 7.09 231.5

nhpgiantsfan
10-13-2012, 06:09 PM
Here's the bottom line.. We lost to the Cowboys, and Eagles, and it doesn't take an NFL expert to see that the 49ers are better than both of those teams. So maybe we didn't play our best football against our division foes, but we will have to win this game in order to show everyone that we are a contender again this year. As of right now, they deserve to be favored in this game especially in their house and with all of our injuries.

However, if we win tomorrow, this team will get the respect it deserves and they won't be able to talk anymore about people doubting them.

It's simple put up, or shut up!!

GentleGiant
10-15-2012, 05:29 PM
Lets say team A was at home and team B has to travel across the country. Then lets say team A has been dominating their easy opponents while team B has looke sloppy in all but one game so far this season. Would you still say team A and team B are on equal ground. I never said the Gianys couldn't win this game but I do think that with the way both teams are playing the 49ers have played better. If the Giants win tomorrow it means they will have had to have played better than they have all season.

Don't know what you're definition of "sloppy" is. Blowing out the browns, panthers, and having the clutch ability to comeback against the bucs isn't sloppy.

If team A has basically been handed most of their wins then yeah.

What 9ers team were you talking about? The one that got blownout by this giants team that YOU doubted?

BillTheGreek
10-15-2012, 05:57 PM
Don't know what you are talking about. I'm pretty sure they showed the stat on one of their prime time games and it showed that Eli had almost the same number of wins at home as he did on the road. I think people are confusing his excellent road playoff record with his regular season record.

Buddy, I Like some of your comments, and some I disagree with ! But I Really have to know, what team, do you really LIKE? because i'm confused up to this point ! And don't take the 5th !