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BigBluePoint
12-21-2011, 04:19 PM
I do believe we beat the Jets Saturday and go on to beat Dallas and enter the playoffs.

But if we lose, we win anyway. I think it will spark a change. It has to.

Yes, injuries played a big part in our demise or disappointment this season, but like most of us, I just don't feel we are a well coached team from top to bottom.

Physical mistakes are one thing. Mental mistakes hint of something much more insidious.

We've had just too many mental mistakes and emotional letdowns this year to forgive and forget.

If we don't win these last two games and we miss the playoffs...again...something is indeed rotten in the state of Denmark, or more appropriately, the state of New Jersey!

egyptian420
12-21-2011, 04:21 PM
+1...I would rather us win than "win" but I'll take either I guess

daynemustgo
12-21-2011, 04:24 PM
or we lose either way...

Giants drop last two, ownership acknowledges impossible situation with injuries and announces everyone will be back next year.

egyptian420
12-21-2011, 04:30 PM
or we lose either way...

Giants drop last two, ownership acknowledges impossible situation with injuries and announces everyone will be back next year.
There is no way in HELL that we lose the last 2 and they keep all the coaches. Not possible. 3 back to back seasons with no playoffs and 2nd half collapses just won't cut it.

If Anything, they'll just keep Coughlin and get rid of Gilbride and/or Fewel. Someone will have to lose a job. I just hope we don't lose only one game and still miss the playoffs, then I'd be worried.

daynemustgo
12-21-2011, 04:35 PM
or we lose either way...

Giants drop last two, ownership acknowledges impossible situation with injuries and announces everyone will be back next year.
I just hope we don't lose only one game and still miss the playoffs, then I'd be worried.


or bumble into the playoffs and lose immediately. Tougher schedule next year, worse draft pick and mgmt is tickled to have simply made the playoffs and brings everyone back to build on this years "success".

Gianthunter
12-21-2011, 04:36 PM
The only win will be. If the FO finally takes note of the third year in a row quitters. And cuts deadwood.

SEC105
12-21-2011, 04:41 PM
The only win will be. If the FO finally takes note of the third year in a row quitters. And cuts deadwood.</P>


Off the top of your head GH....who would you put in the "deadwood" category?</P>

Gianthunter
12-21-2011, 04:47 PM
The only win will be. If the FO finally takes note of the third year in a row quitters. And cuts deadwood.</P>


Off the top of your head GH....who would you put in the "deadwood" category?</P>Number 1 on thequitters hit parade is Osi. The injury police not withstanding. I would add Tuck second year in row of seeing quit all over his face.

daynemustgo
12-21-2011, 04:51 PM
The only win will be. If the FO finally takes note of the third year in a row quitters. And cuts deadwood.*</P>


Off the top of your head GH....who would you put in the "deadwood" category?</P>Number 1 on the*quitters hit parade is Osi.

Tied for #1 is Ross

SEC105
12-21-2011, 04:58 PM
The only win will be. If the FO finally takes note of the third year in a row quitters. And cuts deadwood.</P>


Off the top of your head GH....who would you put in the "deadwood" category?</P>


Number 1 on thequitters hit parade is Osi. Tied for #1 is Ross</P>


I agree with Osi............on the fence with Ross Don't you guys thinkFewell has to to take a good part of the blame here though......the whole "D" looks a s confused as early Sept. even with rookies and injuries there appears to be no improvement.....should have seen some imo</P>

BigBluePoint
12-21-2011, 05:43 PM
Did you watch the 49ers Monday night? That's a confident defense even without Patrick Willis. Too often, we don't look set at the beginning of a play and we look totally flustered after like we didn't know what was coming or someone made a mistake. I swear...on Santana Moss's TD catch Sunday, we had three guys in his area but no one close to him. We played tighter coverage in the street as kids. It's sad and ugly!