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zimonami
11-12-2009, 12:58 AM
how abot the st louis game in st louis in '82?cards drive the length of the field in 1:01 to win with (i think)19 seconds left?knocked us out of a playoff run ,i beleive.</P>


Good call, rbc. I looked it up. A Neil Lomax 8 yard pass to Roy Green for the dagger in our hearts.</P>

jints10
11-12-2009, 11:32 AM
Their was also the game vs the Eagles in which Westbrook won it with a punt return for a TD. Not sure how much time was left on the clock though.

YATittle1962
11-12-2009, 01:46 PM
Their was also the game vs the Eagles in which Westbrook won it with a punt return for a TD. Not sure how much time was left on the clock though.


oh yeah...good call....what a heartbreaker that was....

if I remember correctly there was under a minute left in that game.

I could not believe that.....the stadium just died

zimonami
11-12-2009, 02:34 PM
Their was also the game vs the Eagles in which Westbrook won it with a punt return for a TD. Not sure how much time was left on the clock though.
oh yeah...good call....what a heartbreaker that was.... if I remember correctly there was under a minute left in that game. I could not believe that.....the stadium just died</P>


Wow, I don't remember that at all. I must have blocked it out of my brain...lol. </P>


Getting old... too much to remember, especially of the bad results.</P>

SEC105
11-12-2009, 04:03 PM
According to yesterdays Newsday ..........the last time the Giants lost on a TD by an opponent with 21 seconds orless remaining was............."the fumble" Nov. 19 ,1978</P>


What former Atlanta Falcon coach use to leave 2 tickets for Elvis @ the will call booth for every Falcon game?</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
11-12-2009, 04:05 PM
Oh yeah YA......"Did You Know" reached 200 pages................congrats my man........great thread..........SEC105</P>


Z</P>

YATittle1962
11-12-2009, 04:10 PM
According to yesterdays Newsday ..........the last time the Giants lost on a TD by an opponent with 21 seconds or*less remaining was............."the fumble" Nov. 19 ,*1978</P>


What former Atlanta Falcon coach use to leave 2 tickets for Elvis @ the will call booth for every Falcon game?</P>


Z</P>

I have no idea but ill take a wild guess and say Jerry Glandville (sp)

he just seems like the kind of guy who would love the King

YATittle1962
11-12-2009, 04:15 PM
Oh yeah YA......"Did You Know" reached 200 pages................congrats my man........great thread..........SEC105</P>


Z</P>

thanks SEC....these months of this thread have been a blast for me......sharing these memories with you guys has awakened the kid in me that that was obsessed with memorizing names , jersey numbers, and stats......

me starting the thread means nothing...

this is OUR thread........

thank you guys for keeping it alive

SEC105
11-12-2009, 04:25 PM
According to yesterdays Newsday ..........the last time the Giants lost on a TD by an opponent with 21 seconds orless remaining was............."the fumble" Nov. 19 ,1978</P>


What former Atlanta Falcon coach use to leave 2 tickets for Elvis @ the will call booth for every Falcon game?</P>


Z</P>


I have no idea but ill take a wild guess and say Jerry Glandville (sp) he just seems like the kind of guy who would love the King</P>


Yeah it was Glanville.......I always got a kick out of him , what a charactor he was..............even though some of the other HCs hated him</P>


What HOF QB was the 2nd or 3rd Atlanta Falcon HC.....late sixties?</P>


Z</P>

YATittle1962
11-12-2009, 04:51 PM
According to yesterdays Newsday ..........the last time the Giants lost on a TD by an opponent with 21 seconds or*less remaining was............."the fumble" Nov. 19 ,*1978</P>


What former Atlanta Falcon coach use to leave 2 tickets for Elvis @ the will call booth for every Falcon game?</P>


Z</P>


I have no idea but ill take a wild guess and say Jerry Glandville (sp) he just seems like the kind of guy who would love the King</P>


Yeah it was Glanville.......I always got a kick out of him , what a charactor he was..............even though some of the other HCs hated him</P>


What HOF QB was the 2nd or 3rd Atlanta Falcon HC.....late sixties?</P>


Z</P>

that was Norm Van Brocklin....

what QB came from Atlanta to the Giants and wore #11 ?

I think he may have left for NY just as Van Brocklin was becoming HC

jints10
11-12-2009, 04:51 PM
According to yesterdays Newsday ..........the last time the Giants lost on a TD by an opponent with 21 seconds orless remaining was............."the fumble" Nov. 19 ,1978</p>


What former Atlanta Falcon coach use to leave 2 tickets for Elvis @ the will call booth for every Falcon game?</p>


Z</p>


I have no idea but ill take a wild guess and say Jerry Glandville (sp) he just seems like the kind of guy who would love the King</p>


Yeah it was Glanville.......I always got a kick out of him , what a charactor he was..............even though some of the other HCs hated him</p>


What HOF QB was the 2nd or 3rd Atlanta Falcon HC.....late sixties?</p>


Z</p>
Norm Van Brocklin

What probowl Giants kicker also kicked for Atlanta?

SEC105
11-12-2009, 05:03 PM
According to yesterdays Newsday ..........the last time the Giants lost on a TD by an opponent with 21 seconds orless remaining was............."the fumble" Nov. 19 ,1978</P>


What former Atlanta Falcon coach use to leave 2 tickets for Elvis @ the will call booth for every Falcon game?</P>


Z</P>


I have no idea but ill take a wild guess and say Jerry Glandville (sp) he just seems like the kind of guy who would love the King</P>


Yeah it was Glanville.......I always got a kick out of him , what a charactor he was..............even though some of the other HCs hated him</P>


What HOF QB was the 2nd or 3rd Atlanta Falcon HC.....late sixties?</P>


Z</P>


that was Norm Van Brocklin.... what QB came from Atlanta to the Giants and wore #11 ? I think he may have left for NY just as Van Brocklin was becoming HC</P>


Norm Van Brocklin was the guy...........I think that was Randy Johnson.......No?</P>


Z</P>

jints10
11-12-2009, 05:04 PM
According to yesterdays Newsday ..........the last time the Giants lost on a TD by an opponent with 21 seconds orless remaining was............."the fumble" Nov. 19 ,1978</p>


What former Atlanta Falcon coach use to leave 2 tickets for Elvis @ the will call booth for every Falcon game?</p>


Z</p>


I have no idea but ill take a wild guess and say Jerry Glandville (sp) he just seems like the kind of guy who would love the King</p>


Yeah it was Glanville.......I always got a kick out of him , what a charactor he was..............even though some of the other HCs hated him</p>


What HOF QB was the 2nd or 3rd Atlanta Falcon HC.....late sixties?</p>


Z</p>

that was Norm Van Brocklin....

what QB came from Atlanta to the Giants and wore #11 ?

I think he may have left for NY just as Van Brocklin was becoming HC
Just noticed your question YA, Randy Johnson

SEC105
11-12-2009, 05:05 PM
According to yesterdays Newsday ..........the last time the Giants lost on a TD by an opponent with 21 seconds orless remaining was............."the fumble" Nov. 19 ,1978</P>


What former Atlanta Falcon coach use to leave 2 tickets for Elvis @ the will call booth for every Falcon game?</P>


Z</P>


I have no idea but ill take a wild guess and say Jerry Glandville (sp) he just seems like the kind of guy who would love the King</P>


Yeah it was Glanville.......I always got a kick out of him , what a charactor he was..............even though some of the other HCs hated him</P>


What HOF QB was the 2nd or 3rd Atlanta Falcon HC.....late sixties?</P>


Z</P>



Norm Van Brocklin

What probowl Giants kicker also kicked for Atlanta?
</P>


Wild guess..............Matt Bahr ?</P>


Z</P>

jints10
11-12-2009, 05:08 PM
According to yesterdays Newsday ..........the last time the Giants lost on a TD by an opponent with 21 seconds orless remaining was............."the fumble" Nov. 19 ,1978</p>


What former Atlanta Falcon coach use to leave 2 tickets for Elvis @ the will call booth for every Falcon game?</p>


Z</p>


I have no idea but ill take a wild guess and say Jerry Glandville (sp) he just seems like the kind of guy who would love the King</p>


Yeah it was Glanville.......I always got a kick out of him , what a charactor he was..............even though some of the other HCs hated him</p>


What HOF QB was the 2nd or 3rd Atlanta Falcon HC.....late sixties?</p>


Z</p>



Norm Van Brocklin

What probowl Giants kicker also kicked for Atlanta?
</p>


Wild guess..............Matt Bahr ?</p>


Z</p>
Nope not Bahr

SEC105
11-12-2009, 05:53 PM
According to yesterdays Newsday ..........the last time the Giants lost on a TD by an opponent with 21 seconds orless remaining was............."the fumble" Nov. 19 ,1978</P>


What former Atlanta Falcon coach use to leave 2 tickets for Elvis @ the will call booth for every Falcon game?</P>


Z</P>


I have no idea but ill take a wild guess and say Jerry Glandville (sp) he just seems like the kind of guy who would love the King</P>


Yeah it was Glanville.......I always got a kick out of him , what a charactor he was..............even though some of the other HCs hated him</P>


What HOF QB was the 2nd or 3rd Atlanta Falcon HC.....late sixties?</P>


Z</P>



Norm Van Brocklin

What probowl Giants kicker also kicked for Atlanta?
</P>


Wild guess..............Matt Bahr ?</P>


Z</P>



Nope not Bahr
</P>


I have no idea on this one Jints10 lol so I'll just keep throwing some names out Ali Haji Shiek</P>


Z</P>

jints10
11-12-2009, 06:06 PM
According to yesterdays Newsday ..........the last time the Giants lost on a TD by an opponent with 21 seconds orless remaining was............."the fumble" Nov. 19 ,1978</p>


What former Atlanta Falcon coach use to leave 2 tickets for Elvis @ the will call booth for every Falcon game?</p>


Z</p>


I have no idea but ill take a wild guess and say Jerry Glandville (sp) he just seems like the kind of guy who would love the King</p>


Yeah it was Glanville.......I always got a kick out of him , what a charactor he was..............even though some of the other HCs hated him</p>


What HOF QB was the 2nd or 3rd Atlanta Falcon HC.....late sixties?</p>


Z</p>



Norm Van Brocklin

What probowl Giants kicker also kicked for Atlanta?
</p>


Wild guess..............Matt Bahr ?</p>


Z</p>



Nope not Bahr
</p>


I have no idea on this one Jints10 lol so I'll just keep throwing some names out Ali Haji Shiek</p>


Z</p>
Yup "Shiek" went to the probowl with the Giants in "83" as a rookie and went down hill from there.
Played for the Falcons in "86".

SEC105
11-12-2009, 06:24 PM
According to yesterdays Newsday ..........the last time the Giants lost on a TD by an opponent with 21 seconds orless remaining was............."the fumble" Nov. 19 ,1978</P>


What former Atlanta Falcon coach use to leave 2 tickets for Elvis @ the will call booth for every Falcon game?</P>


Z</P>


I have no idea but ill take a wild guess and say Jerry Glandville (sp) he just seems like the kind of guy who would love the King</P>


Yeah it was Glanville.......I always got a kick out of him , what a charactor he was..............even though some of the other HCs hated him</P>


What HOF QB was the 2nd or 3rd Atlanta Falcon HC.....late sixties?</P>


Z</P>



Norm Van Brocklin

What probowl Giants kicker also kicked for Atlanta?
</P>


Wild guess..............Matt Bahr ?</P>


Z</P>



Nope not Bahr
</P>


I have no idea on this one Jints10 lol so I'll just keep throwing some names out Ali Haji Shiek</P>


Z</P>



Yup "Shiek" went to the probowl with the Giants in "83" as a rookie and went down hill from there.
Played for the Falcons in "86".
</P>


Yeah it was rough go for him at the end. Ali Haji went downhill so fast. Must have been something in his headI guess. Shame really , he looked so good and then boom it was over</P>


What well known QB did the Falcons actually trade away around 1990? I'm sure they are still kicking themselves for thismove</P>


Z</P>

Hostetler
11-12-2009, 07:49 PM
According to yesterdays Newsday ..........the last time the Giants lost on a TD by an opponent with 21 seconds or*less remaining was............."the fumble" Nov. 19 ,*1978</P>


What former Atlanta Falcon coach use to leave 2 tickets for Elvis @ the will call booth for every Falcon game?</P>


Z</P>


I have no idea but ill take a wild guess and say Jerry Glandville (sp) he just seems like the kind of guy who would love the King</P>


Yeah it was Glanville.......I always got a kick out of him , what a charactor he was..............even though some of the other HCs hated him</P>


What HOF QB was the 2nd or 3rd Atlanta Falcon HC.....late sixties?</P>


Z</P>



Norm Van Brocklin

What probowl Giants kicker also kicked for Atlanta?
</P>


Wild guess..............Matt Bahr ?</P>


Z</P>



Nope not Bahr
</P>


I have no idea on this one Jints10* lol**** so I'll just keep throwing some names out*** Ali Haji Shiek</P>


Z</P>



Yup "Shiek" went to the probowl with the Giants in "83" as a rookie and went down hill from there.
Played for the Falcons in "86".
</P>


Yeah it was rough go for him at the end. Ali Haji went downhill so fast. Must have been something in his head*I guess. Shame really , he looked so good and then boom it was over</P>


What well known QB did the Falcons actually trade away around 1990? I'm sure they are still kicking themselves for this*move</P>


Z</P>

Brett Favre (Original answer was Steve Bartkowski) then I realized that was a lil before 1990)

SEC105
11-13-2009, 05:51 PM
According to yesterdays Newsday ..........the last time the Giants lost on a TD by an opponent with 21 seconds orless remaining was............."the fumble" Nov. 19 ,1978</P>


What former Atlanta Falcon coach use to leave 2 tickets for Elvis @ the will call booth for every Falcon game?</P>


Z</P>


I have no idea but ill take a wild guess and say Jerry Glandville (sp) he just seems like the kind of guy who would love the King</P>


Yeah it was Glanville.......I always got a kick out of him , what a charactor he was..............even though some of the other HCs hated him</P>


What HOF QB was the 2nd or 3rd Atlanta Falcon HC.....late sixties?</P>


Z</P>



Norm Van Brocklin

What probowl Giants kicker also kicked for Atlanta?
</P>


Wild guess..............Matt Bahr ?</P>


Z</P>



Nope not Bahr
</P>


I have no idea on this one Jints10 lol so I'll just keep throwing some names out Ali Haji Shiek</P>


Z</P>



Yup "Shiek" went to the probowl with the Giants in "83" as a rookie and went down hill from there.
Played for the Falcons in "86".
</P>


Yeah it was rough go for him at the end. Ali Haji went downhill so fast. Must have been something in his headI guess. Shame really , he looked so good and then boom it was over</P>


What well known QB did the Falcons actually trade away around 1990? I'm sure they are still kicking themselves for thismove</P>


Z</P>


Brett Favre (Original answer was Steve Bartkowski) then I realized that was a lil before 1990)</P>


Yup , Farve it was Hoss...........not a good decision , to say the least ,by Atlanta</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
11-13-2009, 05:52 PM
What former Giant running back played on the Atlanta Falcon 1998 SB team that lost to Denver?</P>


Z</P>

zimonami
11-13-2009, 06:26 PM
What former Giant running back played on the Atlanta Falcon 1998 SB team that lost to Denver?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


That was Gary Downs. He also spent a year with Denver</P>

rbcarpenter
11-13-2009, 09:52 PM
According to yesterdays Newsday ..........the last time the Giants lost on a TD by an opponent with 21 seconds or*less remaining was............."the fumble" Nov. 19 ,*1978</P>


What former Atlanta Falcon coach use to leave 2 tickets for Elvis @ the will call booth for every Falcon game?</P>


Z</P>


I have no idea but ill take a wild guess and say Jerry Glandville (sp) he just seems like the kind of guy who would love the King</P>


Yeah it was Glanville.......I always got a kick out of him , what a charactor he was..............even though some of the other HCs hated him</P>


What HOF QB was the 2nd or 3rd Atlanta Falcon HC.....late sixties?</P>


Z</P>



Norm Van Brocklin

What probowl Giants kicker also kicked for Atlanta?
</P>


Wild guess..............Matt Bahr ?</P>


Z</P>



Nope not Bahr
</P>


I have no idea on this one Jints10* lol**** so I'll just keep throwing some names out*** Ali Haji Shiek</P>


Z</P>



Yup "Shiek" went to the probowl with the Giants in "83" as a rookie and went down hill from there.
Played for the Falcons in "86".
</P>


Yeah it was rough go for him at the end. Ali Haji went downhill so fast. Must have been something in his head*I guess. Shame really , he looked so good and then boom it was over</P>


What well known QB did the Falcons actually trade away around 1990? I'm sure they are still kicking themselves for this*move</P>


Z</P>actually,sec105,the second game of the sheiks 2nd yearhe tore his hamstring rather badly.he would keep coming back too soon and re-injuring.by the time he took the time to let it properly heal,his leg strength was shot.i really thought he was going to be something special for us for a long time,but he was one hell of a kicker for us back in '83.poor basterd.

YATittle1962
11-13-2009, 11:41 PM
for what team and at what position was ATL first HC Norb Heckler coach before getting the Falcon job?




Z

zimonami
11-14-2009, 05:57 PM
for what team and at what position was ATL first HC Norb Heckler coach before getting the Falcon job? Z</P>


Had to look this up... he was an assistant under Lombardi with the Packers before his Atlanta gig. I'm pretty sure he coached defense, but the reference didn't say what unit.</P>


After his Atlanta gig he came to the Giants as a defensive coach for, I think, 2 years.</P>


This guy had an interesting career. Played offense and defense, and did some kickingfor the Rams, Skins, and Canadian teams. Had 28 Int's in his 4 years in the NFL, some returned for TD's, and had some offensive pass receptions for TD.</P>


Was on Bill Walsh's staff as DCwhen the 49ers won their championship in '81, and subsequent SB victories,and retired in their front office</P>

YATittle1962
11-15-2009, 01:39 AM
for what team and at what position was ATL first HC Norb Heckler coach before getting the Falcon job? Z</P>


Had to look this up... he was an assistant under Lombardi with the Packers before his Atlanta gig.* I'm pretty sure he coached defense, but the reference didn't say what unit.</P>


After his Atlanta gig he came to the Giants as a defensive coach for, I think, 2 years.</P>


This guy had an interesting career. Played offense and defense, and did some kicking*for the Rams, Skins, and Canadian teams.* Had 28 Int's in his 4 years in the NFL, some returned for TD's, and had some offensive pass receptions for TD.</P>


Was on Bill Walsh's staff as DC*when the 49ers won their championship in '81, and subsequent SB victories,*and retired in their front office</P>

yeah Zim he worked under Lombardi...

pretty sure he couched the DBs...


What Giant FB that wore #30......went to ATL and wore #30........and scored 4X the amount of TDs in ATL in almost half the amount of time as he spent as a Giant?

SEC105
11-17-2009, 04:44 PM
According to yesterdays Newsday ..........the last time the Giants lost on a TD by an opponent with 21 seconds orless remaining was............."the fumble" Nov. 19 ,1978</P>


What former Atlanta Falcon coach use to leave 2 tickets for Elvis @ the will call booth for every Falcon game?</P>


Z</P>


I have no idea but ill take a wild guess and say Jerry Glandville (sp) he just seems like the kind of guy who would love the King</P>


Yeah it was Glanville.......I always got a kick out of him , what a charactor he was..............even though some of the other HCs hated him</P>


What HOF QB was the 2nd or 3rd Atlanta Falcon HC.....late sixties?</P>


Z</P>



Norm Van Brocklin

What probowl Giants kicker also kicked for Atlanta?
</P>


Wild guess..............Matt Bahr ?</P>


Z</P>



Nope not Bahr
</P>


I have no idea on this one Jints10 lol so I'll just keep throwing some names out Ali Haji Shiek</P>


Z</P>



Yup "Shiek" went to the probowl with the Giants in "83" as a rookie and went down hill from there.
Played for the Falcons in "86".
</P>


Yeah it was rough go for him at the end. Ali Haji went downhill so fast. Must have been something in his headI guess. Shame really , he looked so good and then boom it was over</P>


What well known QB did the Falcons actually trade away around 1990? I'm sure they are still kicking themselves for thismove</P>


Z</P>


actually,sec105,the second game of the sheiks 2nd yearhe tore his hamstring rather badly.he would keep coming back too soon and re-injuring.by the time he took the time to let it properly heal,his leg strength was shot.i really thought he was going to be something special for us for a long time,but he was one hell of a kicker for us back in '83.poor basterd.</P>


Your post jogged my memory RC.....I did remember that problem with his leg after you mentioned it. Tough luck for the poor guy. I think he still holds the Giant record for longest FG @ 56 yards in Giant Stadium</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
11-17-2009, 04:47 PM
for what team and at what position was ATL first HC Norb Heckler coach before getting the Falcon job? Z</P>


Had to look this up... he was an assistant under Lombardi with the Packers before his Atlanta gig. I'm pretty sure he coached defense, but the reference didn't say what unit.</P>


After his Atlanta gig he came to the Giants as a defensive coach for, I think, 2 years.</P>


This guy had an interesting career. Played offense and defense, and did some kickingfor the Rams, Skins, and Canadian teams. Had 28 Int's in his 4 years in the NFL, some returned for TD's, and had some offensive pass receptions for TD.</P>


Was on Bill Walsh's staff as DCwhen the 49ers won their championship in '81, and subsequent SB victories,and retired in their front office</P>


yeah Zim he worked under Lombardi... pretty sure he couched the DBs... What Giant FB that wore #30......went to ATL and wore #30........and scored 4X the amount of TDs in ATL in almost half the amount of time as he spent as a Giant?</P>


Off the top of my head I would say Junior Coffey......................think he played in Atlanta before coming to the Giants though</P>


Z</P>

YATittle1962
11-17-2009, 04:48 PM
for what team and at what position was ATL first HC Norb Heckler coach before getting the Falcon job? Z</P>


Had to look this up... he was an assistant under Lombardi with the Packers before his Atlanta gig.* I'm pretty sure he coached defense, but the reference didn't say what unit.</P>


After his Atlanta gig he came to the Giants as a defensive coach for, I think, 2 years.</P>


This guy had an interesting career. Played offense and defense, and did some kicking*for the Rams, Skins, and Canadian teams.* Had 28 Int's in his 4 years in the NFL, some returned for TD's, and had some offensive pass receptions for TD.</P>


Was on Bill Walsh's staff as DC*when the 49ers won their championship in '81, and subsequent SB victories,*and retired in their front office</P>


yeah Zim he worked under Lombardi... pretty sure he couched the DBs... What Giant FB that wore #30......went to ATL and wore #30........and scored 4X the amount of TDs in ATL in almost half the amount of time as he spent as a Giant?</P>


Off the top of my head I would say Junior Coffey......................think he played in Atlanta before coming to the Giants though</P>


Z</P>

good guess but wasnt Coffey

SEC105
11-17-2009, 04:57 PM
for what team and at what position was ATL first HC Norb Heckler coach before getting the Falcon job? Z</P>


Had to look this up... he was an assistant under Lombardi with the Packers before his Atlanta gig. I'm pretty sure he coached defense, but the reference didn't say what unit.</P>


After his Atlanta gig he came to the Giants as a defensive coach for, I think, 2 years.</P>


This guy had an interesting career. Played offense and defense, and did some kickingfor the Rams, Skins, and Canadian teams. Had 28 Int's in his 4 years in the NFL, some returned for TD's, and had some offensive pass receptions for TD.</P>


Was on Bill Walsh's staff as DCwhen the 49ers won their championship in '81, and subsequent SB victories,and retired in their front office</P>


yeah Zim he worked under Lombardi... pretty sure he couched the DBs... What Giant FB that wore #30......went to ATL and wore #30........and scored 4X the amount of TDs in ATL in almost half the amount of time as he spent as a Giant?</P>


Off the top of my head I would say Junior Coffey......................think he played in Atlanta before coming to the Giants though</P>


Z</P>


good guess but wasnt Coffey</P>


How about John Tuggle? For some reason his name pops out also</P>


Z</P>

YATittle1962
11-17-2009, 04:58 PM
for what team and at what position was ATL first HC Norb Heckler coach before getting the Falcon job? Z</P>


Had to look this up... he was an assistant under Lombardi with the Packers before his Atlanta gig.* I'm pretty sure he coached defense, but the reference didn't say what unit.</P>


After his Atlanta gig he came to the Giants as a defensive coach for, I think, 2 years.</P>


This guy had an interesting career. Played offense and defense, and did some kicking*for the Rams, Skins, and Canadian teams.* Had 28 Int's in his 4 years in the NFL, some returned for TD's, and had some offensive pass receptions for TD.</P>


Was on Bill Walsh's staff as DC*when the 49ers won their championship in '81, and subsequent SB victories,*and retired in their front office</P>


yeah Zim he worked under Lombardi... pretty sure he couched the DBs... What Giant FB that wore #30......went to ATL and wore #30........and scored 4X the amount of TDs in ATL in almost half the amount of time as he spent as a Giant?</P>


Off the top of my head I would say Junior Coffey......................think he played in Atlanta before coming to the Giants though</P>


Z</P>


good guess but wasnt Coffey</P>


How about John Tuggle?* For some reason his name pops out also</P>


Z</P>

wow.....another great name,,,,,but not him....

its a much more popular name than you would expect..

forgot to mention im talking about rushing TDs

keyofgmen
11-17-2009, 05:15 PM
for what team and at what position was ATL first HC Norb Heckler coach before getting the Falcon job? Z</P>


Had to look this up... he was an assistant under Lombardi with the Packers before his Atlanta gig.* I'm pretty sure he coached defense, but the reference didn't say what unit.</P>


After his Atlanta gig he came to the Giants as a defensive coach for, I think, 2 years.</P>


This guy had an interesting career. Played offense and defense, and did some kicking*for the Rams, Skins, and Canadian teams.* Had 28 Int's in his 4 years in the NFL, some returned for TD's, and had some offensive pass receptions for TD.</P>


Was on Bill Walsh's staff as DC*when the 49ers won their championship in '81, and subsequent SB victories,*and retired in their front office</P>

yeah Zim he worked under Lombardi...

pretty sure he couched the DBs...


What Giant FB that wore #30......went to ATL and wore #30........and scored 4X the amount of TDs in ATL in almost half the amount of time as he spent as a Giant?

Actually he never scored for Giants, so his 4 Tds with Atlanta are (mathematically speaking) infinitely more YUK YUK. *

Ernie Wheelwright early to mid 60's

SEC105
11-17-2009, 06:09 PM
I got this guy confused as a N. O. Saint player earlier in this thread. He actually played for the Falcons [around the early 70's]. He was aRB and he wore number 5...same as the famous Paul from Green Bay. Any ideas?</P>


Z</P>

zimonami
11-17-2009, 09:48 PM
I got this guy confused as a N. O. Saint player earlier in this thread. He actually played for the Falcons [around the early 70's]. He was aRB and he wore number 5...same as the famous Paul from Green Bay. Any ideas?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I remember that, SEC,,, it was Harmon Wages... No. 5, but not as famous a No. 5 as Hornung</P>

YATittle1962
11-17-2009, 10:37 PM
for what team and at what position was ATL first HC Norb Heckler coach before getting the Falcon job? Z</P>


Had to look this up... he was an assistant under Lombardi with the Packers before his Atlanta gig.* I'm pretty sure he coached defense, but the reference didn't say what unit.</P>


After his Atlanta gig he came to the Giants as a defensive coach for, I think, 2 years.</P>


This guy had an interesting career. Played offense and defense, and did some kicking*for the Rams, Skins, and Canadian teams.* Had 28 Int's in his 4 years in the NFL, some returned for TD's, and had some offensive pass receptions for TD.</P>


Was on Bill Walsh's staff as DC*when the 49ers won their championship in '81, and subsequent SB victories,*and retired in their front office</P>

yeah Zim he worked under Lombardi...

pretty sure he couched the DBs...


What Giant FB that wore #30......went to ATL and wore #30........and scored 4X the amount of TDs in ATL in almost half the amount of time as he spent as a Giant?

Actually he never scored for Giants, so his 4 Tds with Atlanta are (mathematically speaking) infinitely more YUK YUK. *

Ernie Wheelwright early to mid 60's

right....Ernie Wheelwright.....

he actually did have 3 receiving TDs as a Giant

YATittle1962
11-18-2009, 12:43 PM
in a 1974 ATL @ NYG matchup the Giants score early but lose 14-7....

4 RBs carried the ball that day....

who were they?

...and which one scored the TD?

SEC105
11-18-2009, 04:22 PM
in a 1974 ATL @ NYG matchup the Giants score early but lose 14-7.... 4 RBs carried the ball that day.... who were they? ...and which one scored the TD?</P>


Ron Johnson was still there. Doug Kotar pretty sure was there and maybe Joe Dawkins. I'll try Johnny Roland? to</P>


Johnson on the TD? 74 was the beginning of the Arnsbarger era , he did'nt win more than 10 gamesin his tenure</P>


Z</P>

YATittle1962
11-19-2009, 01:26 AM
the rushers were

Doug Kotar
Joe Dawkins
Leon McQuay
& Steve Crosby

Kotar on the TD

for the life of me cannot not remember Steve Crosby?

have zero recollection of him .....anyone?

SEC105
11-19-2009, 04:20 PM
the rushers were Doug Kotar Joe Dawkins Leon McQuay &amp; Steve Crosby Kotar on the TD for the life of me cannot not remember Steve Crosby? have zero recollection of him .....anyone? http://www.chargers.com/team/coaches/steve-crosby/842c69b0-52e9-4fec-8fbd-a8456c38183f</P>


I knew I remembered Crosby for some reason but not as a Giant. He's had some career as Coach in the NFL</P>


Just got this one from the Francessa show. It's hard to believe and will change this week....but when is last time the home team won Giants vs Falcons?</P>


Z</P>

YATittle1962
11-19-2009, 04:52 PM
the rushers were Doug Kotar Joe Dawkins Leon McQuay & Steve Crosby Kotar on the TD for the life of me cannot not remember Steve Crosby? have zero recollection of him .....anyone?************************************** ************************* http://www.chargers.com/team/coaches/steve-crosby/842c69b0-52e9-4fec-8fbd-a8456c38183f</P>


I knew I remembered Crosby for some reason but not as a Giant. He's had some career as Coach in the NFL</P>


Just got this one from the Francessa show. It's hard to believe and will change this week....but when is last time the home team won Giants vs Falcons?</P>


Z</P>

I had to look it up....

and I cant believe the answer.....considering the amount of times they have played in that time span that is a crazy stat....

ill see if anyone else can get it....

when I saw the answer I immediately remembered that game

SEC105
11-19-2009, 05:04 PM
the rushers were Doug Kotar Joe Dawkins Leon McQuay &amp; Steve Crosby Kotar on the TD for the life of me cannot not remember Steve Crosby? have zero recollection of him .....anyone? http://www.chargers.com/team/coaches/steve-crosby/842c69b0-52e9-4fec-8fbd-a8456c38183f</P>


I knew I remembered Crosby for some reason but not as a Giant. He's had some career as Coach in the NFL</P>


Just got this one from the Francessa show. It's hard to believe and will change this week....but when is last time the home team won Giants vs Falcons?</P>


Z</P>


I had to look it up.... and I cant believe the answer.....considering the amount of times they have played in that time span that is a crazy stat.... ill see if anyone else can get it.... when I saw the answer I immediately remembered that game</P>


That is a crazy stat. We beat them in overtime @ Giants Stadium if that helps someone get the answer</P>


Heres one more........what formerFalconplayer hit ahome run in MLB and scored a TD for the Falcons?......big name player now retired , he was a pain in the rear end for us when he played for the Cowboys</P>


Z</P>

jints10
11-19-2009, 05:05 PM
the rushers were Doug Kotar Joe Dawkins Leon McQuay &amp; Steve Crosby Kotar on the TD for the life of me cannot not remember Steve Crosby? have zero recollection of him .....anyone? http://www.chargers.com/team/coaches/steve-crosby/842c69b0-52e9-4fec-8fbd-a8456c38183f</p>


I knew I remembered Crosby for some reason but not as a Giant. He's had some career as Coach in the NFL</p>


Just got this one from the Francessa show. It's hard to believe and will change this week....but when is last time the home team won Giants vs Falcons?</p>


Z</p>
I know it has been a while I think 7 or 8 games but I couldn't tell ya the year

jints10
11-19-2009, 05:15 PM
the rushers were Doug Kotar Joe Dawkins Leon McQuay &amp; Steve Crosby Kotar on the TD for the life of me cannot not remember Steve Crosby? have zero recollection of him .....anyone? http://www.chargers.com/team/coaches/steve-crosby/842c69b0-52e9-4fec-8fbd-a8456c38183f</p>


I knew I remembered Crosby for some reason but not as a Giant. He's had some career as Coach in the NFL</p>


Just got this one from the Francessa show. It's hard to believe and will change this week....but when is last time the home team won Giants vs Falcons?</p>


Z</p>


I had to look it up.... and I cant believe the answer.....considering the amount of times they have played in that time span that is a crazy stat.... ill see if anyone else can get it.... when I saw the answer I immediately remembered that game</p>


That is a crazy stat. We beat them in overtime @ Giants Stadium if that helps someone get the answer</p>


Heres one more........what formerFalconplayer hit ahome run in MLB and scored a TD for the Falcons?......big name player now retired , he was a pain in the rear end for us when he played for the Cowboys</p>


Z</p>
Deon Sanders

SEC105
11-19-2009, 05:35 PM
the rushers were Doug Kotar Joe Dawkins Leon McQuay &amp; Steve Crosby Kotar on the TD for the life of me cannot not remember Steve Crosby? have zero recollection of him .....anyone? http://www.chargers.com/team/coaches/steve-crosby/842c69b0-52e9-4fec-8fbd-a8456c38183f</P>


I knew I remembered Crosby for some reason but not as a Giant. He's had some career as Coach in the NFL</P>


Just got this one from the Francessa show. It's hard to believe and will change this week....but when is last time the home team won Giants vs Falcons?</P>


Z</P>


I had to look it up.... and I cant believe the answer.....considering the amount of times they have played in that time span that is a crazy stat.... ill see if anyone else can get it.... when I saw the answer I immediately remembered that game</P>


That is a crazy stat. We beat them in overtime @ Giants Stadium if that helps someone get the answer</P>


Heres one more........what formerFalconplayer hit ahome run in MLB and scored a TD for the Falcons?......big name player now retired , he was a pain in the rear end for us when he played for the Cowboys</P>


Z</P>



Deon Sanders
</P>


Old Neon Deion it was Jints 10. I checked the last time we beat the Falcons @ home we beat them pretty good but the game did not go into overtime. I'm sure you were at the game. Very early in Simms career. Whats the pole number you guys park by again?. I did'nt see the satelitedish the last few games I was at</P>


Z</P>

jints10
11-19-2009, 06:02 PM
the rushers were Doug Kotar Joe Dawkins Leon McQuay &amp; Steve Crosby Kotar on the TD for the life of me cannot not remember Steve Crosby? have zero recollection of him .....anyone? http://www.chargers.com/team/coaches/steve-crosby/842c69b0-52e9-4fec-8fbd-a8456c38183f</p>


I knew I remembered Crosby for some reason but not as a Giant. He's had some career as Coach in the NFL</p>


Just got this one from the Francessa show. It's hard to believe and will change this week....but when is last time the home team won Giants vs Falcons?</p>


Z</p>


I had to look it up.... and I cant believe the answer.....considering the amount of times they have played in that time span that is a crazy stat.... ill see if anyone else can get it.... when I saw the answer I immediately remembered that game</p>


That is a crazy stat. We beat them in overtime @ Giants Stadium if that helps someone get the answer</p>


Heres one more........what formerFalconplayer hit ahome run in MLB and scored a TD for the Falcons?......big name player now retired , he was a pain in the rear end for us when he played for the Cowboys</p>


Z</p>



Deon Sanders
</p>


Old Neon Deion it was Jints 10. I checked the last time we beat the Falcons @ home we beat them pretty good but the game did not go into overtime. I'm sure you were at the game. Very early in Simms career. Whats the pole number you guys park by again?. I did'nt see the satelitedish the last few games I was at</p>


Z</p>
I usually park next to the 18e pole but the guy I'm bringing to the games this year can NEVER get ready on time. Last game I sat in his driveway for a full hour (burning inside) so I cant get my usual parking spot. Needless to say he wont be going to games with me next year.

SEC105
11-19-2009, 06:10 PM
the rushers were Doug Kotar Joe Dawkins Leon McQuay &amp; Steve Crosby Kotar on the TD for the life of me cannot not remember Steve Crosby? have zero recollection of him .....anyone? http://www.chargers.com/team/coaches/steve-crosby/842c69b0-52e9-4fec-8fbd-a8456c38183f</P>


I knew I remembered Crosby for some reason but not as a Giant. He's had some career as Coach in the NFL</P>


Just got this one from the Francessa show. It's hard to believe and will change this week....but when is last time the home team won Giants vs Falcons?</P>


Z</P>


I had to look it up.... and I cant believe the answer.....considering the amount of times they have played in that time span that is a crazy stat.... ill see if anyone else can get it.... when I saw the answer I immediately remembered that game</P>


That is a crazy stat. We beat them in overtime @ Giants Stadium if that helps someone get the answer</P>


Heres one more........what formerFalconplayer hit ahome run in MLB and scored a TD for the Falcons?......big name player now retired , he was a pain in the rear end for us when he played for the Cowboys</P>


Z</P>



Deon Sanders
</P>


Old Neon Deion it was Jints 10. I checked the last time we beat the Falcons @ home we beat them pretty good but the game did not go into overtime. I'm sure you were at the game. Very early in Simms career. Whats the pole number you guys park by again?. I did'nt see the satelitedish the last few games I was at</P>


Z</P>



I usually park next to the 18e pole but the guy I'm bringing to the games this year can NEVER get ready on time. Last game I sat in his driveway for a full hour (burning inside) so I cant get my usual parking spot. Needless to say he wont be going to games with me next year.
</P>


Don't you make the guys who come with youname at least 15 different Giants on the current roster lol pretty sure you had mentioned something like that previously......that will drive ya nuts when you're nice enough to take some one with you ........then they make YOU wait......oh yeah I've had that problem a few times drives ya crazy</P>

jints10
11-19-2009, 07:48 PM
the rushers were Doug Kotar Joe Dawkins Leon McQuay &amp; Steve Crosby Kotar on the TD for the life of me cannot not remember Steve Crosby? have zero recollection of him .....anyone? http://www.chargers.com/team/coaches/steve-crosby/842c69b0-52e9-4fec-8fbd-a8456c38183f</p>


I knew I remembered Crosby for some reason but not as a Giant. He's had some career as Coach in the NFL</p>


Just got this one from the Francessa show. It's hard to believe and will change this week....but when is last time the home team won Giants vs Falcons?</p>


Z</p>


I had to look it up.... and I cant believe the answer.....considering the amount of times they have played in that time span that is a crazy stat.... ill see if anyone else can get it.... when I saw the answer I immediately remembered that game</p>


That is a crazy stat. We beat them in overtime @ Giants Stadium if that helps someone get the answer</p>


Heres one more........what formerFalconplayer hit ahome run in MLB and scored a TD for the Falcons?......big name player now retired , he was a pain in the rear end for us when he played for the Cowboys</p>


Z</p>



Deon Sanders
</p>


Old Neon Deion it was Jints 10. I checked the last time we beat the Falcons @ home we beat them pretty good but the game did not go into overtime. I'm sure you were at the game. Very early in Simms career. Whats the pole number you guys park by again?. I did'nt see the satelitedish the last few games I was at</p>


Z</p>



I usually park next to the 18e pole but the guy I'm bringing to the games this year can NEVER get ready on time. Last game I sat in his driveway for a full hour (burning inside) so I cant get my usual parking spot. Needless to say he wont be going to games with me next year.
</p>


Don't you make the guys who come with youname at least 15 different Giants on the current roster lol pretty sure you had mentioned something like that previously......that will drive ya nuts when you're nice enough to take some one with you ........then they make YOU wait......oh yeah I've had that problem a few times drives ya crazy</p>
Knowing the roster is not the problem with this guy getting ready for the games is, I really hate to see what he is gonna be like when it gets cold "where's my wool hat, my gloves,.......". I sold him the
seat for the year so I'm kinda stuck The other guy I used to take had to move away for business, he would be at my house early helping my brother and I load the car.

jints10
11-23-2009, 08:33 AM
What was Amani Toomer's original number with the Giants?

Has anybody see YA around? He missed making his picks on the Yahoo pick em. I hope all is well.

YATittle1962
11-23-2009, 12:05 PM
What was Amani Toomer's original number with the Giants?

Has anybody see YA around? He missed making his picks on the Yahoo pick em. I hope all is well.


Im here jints

thanks for the concern.

I went in to make my picks and Yahoo was asking for my phone number to continue making picks...

it was very strange.....so I abandoned that......even though I was doing well and I will miss it.....

anyway.....pretty sure Toomer wore #89 and felt like the 9 weighed heavy on his back......

SEC105
11-23-2009, 05:32 PM
About what year did the Denver Broncos first make the Super Bowl and who was their QB?</P>


Well yesterday was a relief even if it was not all that pretty on D. I just wanted a W.......anyway any how after 42 days without one......now on to Denver and lets win there</P>


Z</P>

rbcarpenter
11-23-2009, 05:35 PM
About what year did the Denver Broncos first make the Super Bowl and who was their QB?</P>


Well yesterday was a relief even if it was not all that pretty on D. I just wanted a W.......anyway any how after 42 days without one......now on to Denver and lets win there</P>


Z</P>i believe it was 1977 and their qb was craig morton and norris weese.

jints10
11-23-2009, 06:07 PM
What was Amani Toomer's original number with the Giants?

Has anybody see YA around? He missed making his picks on the Yahoo pick em. I hope all is well.


Im here jints

thanks for the concern.

I went in to make my picks and Yahoo was asking for my phone number to continue making picks...

it was very strange.....so I abandoned that......even though I was doing well and I will miss it.....

anyway.....pretty sure Toomer wore #89 and felt like the 9 weighed heavy on his back......

Yup 89 it was

Sucks about the Yahoo thing, that is very odd never happened to me I wouldn't give em my # either. We were neck and neck you and I , fun competition.

Bleedin Blue Since '62
11-23-2009, 06:12 PM
About what year did the Denver Broncos first make the Super Bowl and who was their QB?</P>


Well yesterday was a relief even if it was not all that pretty on D. I just wanted a W.......anyway any how after 42 days without one......now on to Denver and lets win there</P>


Z</P>


i believe it was 1977 and their qb was craig morton and norris weese.</P>


That's it! That was the big "Orange Crush" season with Lyle Alzado and company.</P>


Butch Johnson made an outstanding diving TD catch and I believe the score was someting like 28-10.</P>

jints10
11-23-2009, 06:48 PM
Everybody knows Dan Reeves coached The Broncos and The Giants

Dan brought 6 players (by my count) from Denver to NY, How many can you name?

Bleedin Blue Since '62
11-23-2009, 06:54 PM
Everybody knows Dan Reeves coached The Broncos and The Giants

Dan brought 6 players (by my count) from Denver to NY, How many can you name?
</P>


So far, ZERO but I'm thinkin on it and resisting cheating by looking it up.</P>

Bleedin Blue Since '62
11-23-2009, 07:00 PM
Everybody knows Dan Reeves coached The Broncos and The Giants

Dan brought 6 players (by my count) from Denver to NY, How many can you name?
</P>


Is David Treadwell one of them?</P>

jints10
11-23-2009, 07:36 PM
Everybody knows Dan Reeves coached The Broncos and The Giants

Dan brought 6 players (by my count) from Denver to NY, How many can you name?
</p>


Is David Treadwell one of them?</p>
Yes Treadwell is 1

zimonami
11-23-2009, 07:38 PM
Everybody knows Dan Reeves coached The Broncos and The Giants

Dan brought 6 players (by my count) from Denver to NY, How many can you name?
</P>


Is David Treadwell one of them?</P>


</P>


Yeah, BB'62. I remember several of them, and Treadwell (K) was one. </P>


He also brought his Punter, Mike Horan, LB Derrick Brooks, and WR Mark Jackson. Then, later on he brought in QB Tommy Maddox. I don't remember any more. </P>


They were all OK, but I didn't think much of Maddox.</P>

rbcarpenter
11-23-2009, 07:42 PM
Everybody knows Dan Reeves coached The Broncos and The Giants

Dan brought 6 players (by my count) from Denver to NY, How many can you name?
</P>


Is David Treadwell one of them?</P>


</P>


Yeah, BB'62.* I remember several of them, and Treadwell* (K) was one. </P>


He also brought his Punter, Mike Horan, LB Derrick Brooks, and WR Mark Jackson.* Then, later on he brought in QB Tommy Maddox.* I don't remember any more. </P>


They were all OK, but I didn't think much of Maddox.</P>hey zimmy,i think that was micheal brooks,not derrick.and the last denver giant was .....wr aurthur marshall.

Bleedin Blue Since '62
11-23-2009, 08:17 PM
Everybody knows Dan Reeves coached The Broncos and The Giants

Dan brought 6 players (by my count) from Denver to NY, How many can you name?
</P>


Is David Treadwell one of them?</P>


</P>


Yeah, BB'62. I remember several of them, and Treadwell (K) was one. </P>


He also brought his Punter, Mike Horan, LB Derrick Brooks, and WR Mark Jackson. Then, later on he brought in QB Tommy Maddox. I don't remember any more. </P>


They were all OK, but I didn't think much of Maddox.</P>


hey zimmy,i think that was micheal brooks,not derrick.and the last denver giant was .....wr aurthur marshall.</P>


Yeah I'm sure he meant Michael Brooks.</P>

jints10
11-23-2009, 08:57 PM
Everybody knows Dan Reeves coached The Broncos and The Giants

Dan brought 6 players (by my count) from Denver to NY, How many can you name?
</p>


Is David Treadwell one of them?</p>


</p>


Yeah, BB'62. I remember several of them, and Treadwell (K) was one. </p>


He also brought his Punter, Mike Horan, LB Derrick Brooks, and WR Mark Jackson. Then, later on he brought in QB Tommy Maddox. I don't remember any more. </p>


They were all OK, but I didn't think much of Maddox.</p>


hey zimmy,i think that was micheal brooks,not derrick.and the last denver giant was .....wr aurthur marshall.</p>


Yeah I'm sure he meant Michael Brooks.</p>
Nice group effort guys you named 6
Tommy Maddox, Mark Jackson Mike Horan Michael Brooks, David Tredwell and Arthur Marshall

I actually didnt remember Marshall so that means their is 1 more
That makes 7 that Reeves brought over
Who is the last guy?...........unless I'm forgetting someone else

YATittle1962
11-24-2009, 02:01 AM
in 1994 the Giants started out 3-7...winning the first 3 then losing 7 straight....

they ended up 9-7

they had wildcard hopes......

what needed to happen in week 17 to make the Giants wildcard hopes possible?

Bleedin Blue Since '62
11-24-2009, 12:08 PM
in 1994 the Giants started out 3-7...winning the first 3 then losing 7 straight.... they ended up 9-7 they had wildcard hopes...... what needed to happen in week 17 to make the Giants wildcard hopes possible?</P>


ah........the Giants needed to win, which they did, the Cowboys and Eagles had to lose during a total solar eclipse while the Falcons had to win?</P>

YATittle1962
11-24-2009, 12:25 PM
in 1994 the Giants started out 3-7...winning the first 3 then losing 7 straight.... they ended up 9-7 they had wildcard hopes...... what needed to happen in week 17 to make the Giants wildcard hopes possible?</P>


ah........the Giants needed to win, which they did, the Cowboys and Eagles had to lose during a total solar eclipse while the Falcons had to win?</P>

you are close......the situation was slightly different

Bleedin Blue Since '62
11-24-2009, 01:28 PM
in 1994 the Giants started out 3-7...winning the first 3 then losing 7 straight.... they ended up 9-7 they had wildcard hopes...... what needed to happen in week 17 to make the Giants wildcard hopes possible?</P>


ah........the Giants needed to win, which they did, the Cowboys and Eagles had to lose during a total solar eclipse while the Falcons had to win?</P>


you are close......the situation was slightly different</P>


I can't possibly be close.</P>

YATittle1962
11-24-2009, 02:36 PM
in 1994 the Giants started out 3-7...winning the first 3 then losing 7 straight.... they ended up 9-7 they had wildcard hopes...... what needed to happen in week 17 to make the Giants wildcard hopes possible?</P>


ah........the Giants needed to win, which they did, the Cowboys and Eagles had to lose during a total solar eclipse while the Falcons had to win?</P>


you are close......the situation was slightly different</P>


I can't possibly be close.</P>

Zimmy I know you know this one

Bleedin Blue Since '62
11-24-2009, 04:57 PM
The Giants first ever victory was against what team and where was the game played?

SEC105
11-24-2009, 05:00 PM
in 1994 the Giants started out 3-7...winning the first 3 then losing 7 straight.... they ended up 9-7 they had wildcard hopes...... what needed to happen in week 17 to make the Giants wildcard hopes possible?</P>


ah........the Giants needed to win, which they did, the Cowboys and Eagles had to lose during a total solar eclipse while the Falcons had to win?</P>


you are close......the situation was slightly different</P>


I can't possibly be close.</P>


Zimmy I know you know this one</P>


The Bucaneers had to beat Green Bay for us to get in if I'm not mistaken. Green Bay pounded Tampa grounding our hopes for a playoff spot.</P>


This one I asked in different way quite some time ago and relates to Jints 10 question. This player referred to the Giants as the "New Jersey Broncos" after all those players came from Denver. Reeves dumped him for the remark. Who was it?</P>


Z</P>

YATittle1962
11-24-2009, 05:01 PM
The Giants first ever victory was against what team and where was the game played?

was something like the Cleveland Bulldogs I think.....

and it must have been the Polo Grounds ill guess

YATittle1962
11-24-2009, 05:04 PM
in 1994 the Giants started out 3-7...winning the first 3 then losing 7 straight.... they ended up 9-7 they had wildcard hopes...... what needed to happen in week 17 to make the Giants wildcard hopes possible?</P>


ah........the Giants needed to win, which they did, the Cowboys and Eagles had to lose during a total solar eclipse while the Falcons had to win?</P>


you are close......the situation was slightly different</P>


I can't possibly be close.</P>


Zimmy I know you know this one</P>


The Bucaneers had to beat Green Bay for us to get in if I'm not mistaken. Green Bay pounded Tampa grounding our hopes for a playoff spot.</P>


This one I asked in different way quite some time ago and relates to Jints 10 question. This player referred to the Giants as the "New Jersey Broncos" after all those players came from Denver. Reeves dumped him for the remark. Who was it?</P>


Z</P>

was it Tom Jackson?


and you are dead on with the 1994 playoff situation....nice one

Bleedin Blue Since '62
11-24-2009, 05:04 PM
The Giants first ever victory was against what team and where was the game played? was something like the Cleveland Bulldogs I think..... and it must have been the Polo Grounds ill guess</P>


It was against All New Brittain, played in New Brittain, Ct on Oct 4, 1925 before 10,000 fans. Giants won 26-0.</P>


No I didn't know this before today. I looked it up.</P>

SEC105
11-24-2009, 05:22 PM
in 1994 the Giants started out 3-7...winning the first 3 then losing 7 straight.... they ended up 9-7 they had wildcard hopes...... what needed to happen in week 17 to make the Giants wildcard hopes possible?</P>


ah........the Giants needed to win, which they did, the Cowboys and Eagles had to lose during a total solar eclipse while the Falcons had to win?</P>


you are close......the situation was slightly different</P>


I can't possibly be close.</P>


Zimmy I know you know this one</P>


The Bucaneers had to beat Green Bay for us to get in if I'm not mistaken. Green Bay pounded Tampa grounding our hopes for a playoff spot.</P>


This one I asked in different way quite some time ago and relates to Jints 10 question. This player referred to the Giants as the "New Jersey Broncos" after all those players came from Denver. Reeves dumped him for the remark. Who was it?</P>


Z</P>


was it Tom Jackson? and you are dead on with the 1994 playoff situation....nice one</P>


It was a Giant [LB]YA , who Reeves got rid of in his first year HC of the GMen.Reeves did not care [even though the player had a point]for the New Jersey Broncos crack. This guy played in both SB wins</P>


Z</P>

yatitle
11-24-2009, 05:29 PM
in 1994 the Giants started out 3-7...winning the first 3 then losing 7 straight.... they ended up 9-7 they had wildcard hopes...... what needed to happen in week 17 to make the Giants wildcard hopes possible?</P>


ah........the Giants needed to win, which they did, the Cowboys and Eagles had to lose during a total solar eclipse while the Falcons had to win?</P>


you are close......the situation was slightly different</P>


I can't possibly be close.</P>


Zimmy I know you know this one</P>


The Bucaneers had to beat Green Bay for us to get in if I'm not mistaken. Green Bay pounded Tampa grounding our hopes for a playoff spot.</P>


This one I asked in different way quite some time ago and relates to Jints 10 question. This player referred to the Giants as the "New Jersey Broncos" after all those players came from Denver. Reeves dumped him for the remark. Who was it?</P>


Z</P>


was it Tom Jackson? and you are dead on with the 1994 playoff situation....nice one</P>


It was a Giant [LB]YA , who Reeves got rid of in his first year HC of the GMen.Reeves did not care [even though the player had a point]for the New Jersey Broncos crack. This guy played in both SB wins</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Steve DeOssie, Zak's dad right?</P>

SEC105
11-24-2009, 05:37 PM
in 1994 the Giants started out 3-7...winning the first 3 then losing 7 straight.... they ended up 9-7 they had wildcard hopes...... what needed to happen in week 17 to make the Giants wildcard hopes possible?</P>


ah........the Giants needed to win, which they did, the Cowboys and Eagles had to lose during a total solar eclipse while the Falcons had to win?</P>


you are close......the situation was slightly different</P>


I can't possibly be close.</P>


Zimmy I know you know this one</P>


The Bucaneers had to beat Green Bay for us to get in if I'm not mistaken. Green Bay pounded Tampa grounding our hopes for a playoff spot.</P>


This one I asked in different way quite some time ago and relates to Jints 10 question. This player referred to the Giants as the "New Jersey Broncos" after all those players came from Denver. Reeves dumped him for the remark. Who was it?</P>


Z</P>


was it Tom Jackson? and you are dead on with the 1994 playoff situation....nice one</P>


It was a Giant [LB]YA , who Reeves got rid of in his first year HC of the GMen.Reeves did not care [even though the player had a point]for the New Jersey Broncos crack. This guy played in both SB wins</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Steve DeOssie, Zak's dad right?</P>


</P>


It was not DeOssie yatitle ,but thats a good guess. This guys name is familar to all of us. He was one of the 2 players dancing @ midfield , which was caught on TV,after we beat the Broncos in SB 21</P>


Z</P>

Bleedin Blue Since '62
11-24-2009, 05:44 PM
in 1994 the Giants started out 3-7...winning the first 3 then losing 7 straight.... they ended up 9-7 they had wildcard hopes...... what needed to happen in week 17 to make the Giants wildcard hopes possible?</P>


ah........the Giants needed to win, which they did, the Cowboys and Eagles had to lose during a total solar eclipse while the Falcons had to win?</P>


you are close......the situation was slightly different</P>


I can't possibly be close.</P>


Zimmy I know you know this one</P>


The Bucaneers had to beat Green Bay for us to get in if I'm not mistaken. Green Bay pounded Tampa grounding our hopes for a playoff spot.</P>


This one I asked in different way quite some time ago and relates to Jints 10 question. This player referred to the Giants as the "New Jersey Broncos" after all those players came from Denver. Reeves dumped him for the remark. Who was it?</P>


Z</P>


was it Tom Jackson? and you are dead on with the 1994 playoff situation....nice one</P>


It was a Giant [LB]YA , who Reeves got rid of in his first year HC of the GMen.Reeves did not care [even though the player had a point]for the New Jersey Broncos crack. This guy played in both SB wins</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Steve DeOssie, Zak's dad right?</P>


</P>


It was not DeOssie yatitle ,but thats a good guess. This guys name is familar to all of us. He was one of the 2 players dancing @ midfield , which was caught on TV,after we beat the Broncos in SB 21</P>


</P>


Pepper Johnson</P>

SEC105
11-24-2009, 05:48 PM
in 1994 the Giants started out 3-7...winning the first 3 then losing 7 straight.... they ended up 9-7 they had wildcard hopes...... what needed to happen in week 17 to make the Giants wildcard hopes possible?</P>


ah........the Giants needed to win, which they did, the Cowboys and Eagles had to lose during a total solar eclipse while the Falcons had to win?</P>


you are close......the situation was slightly different</P>


I can't possibly be close.</P>


Zimmy I know you know this one</P>


The Bucaneers had to beat Green Bay for us to get in if I'm not mistaken. Green Bay pounded Tampa grounding our hopes for a playoff spot.</P>


This one I asked in different way quite some time ago and relates to Jints 10 question. This player referred to the Giants as the "New Jersey Broncos" after all those players came from Denver. Reeves dumped him for the remark. Who was it?</P>


Z</P>


was it Tom Jackson? and you are dead on with the 1994 playoff situation....nice one</P>


It was a Giant [LB]YA , who Reeves got rid of in his first year HC of the GMen.Reeves did not care [even though the player had a point]for the New Jersey Broncos crack. This guy played in both SB wins</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Steve DeOssie, Zak's dad right?</P>


</P>


It was not DeOssie yatitle ,but thats a good guess. This guys name is familar to all of us. He was one of the 2 players dancing @ midfield , which was caught on TV,after we beat the Broncos in SB 21</P>


</P>


Pepper Johnson</P>


</P>


Nice , thats him. Pepper went to Cleveland and played under Belichick for a while</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
11-24-2009, 05:54 PM
Heres one more. Reeves brought in WR andPRArthur Marshal from Denver [1994?] Marshal bumped out this Giantfan favorite , another WR who went on to play for Denver and had a great career. Who was he?</P>


Z</P>

Bleedin Blue Since '62
11-24-2009, 05:59 PM
Heres one more. Reeves brought in WR andPRArthur Marshal from Denver [1994?] Marshal bumped out this Giantfan favorite , another WR who went on to play for Denver and had a great career. Who was he?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Ed McCaffrey I was pissed!</P>

SEC105
11-24-2009, 06:32 PM
Heres one more. Reeves brought in WR andPRArthur Marshal from Denver [1994?] Marshal bumped out this Giantfan favorite , another WR who went on to play for Denver and had a great career. Who was he?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Ed McCaffrey I was pissed!</P>


</P>


So was I. It seemed we all knew Big Ed was going to be agreat one but Reeves wanted one ofhis guys. Bad , bad move on DRs part and we payed for it for years</P>


Z</P>

zimonami
11-24-2009, 06:46 PM
Heres one more. Reeves brought in WR andPRArthur Marshal from Denver [1994?] Marshal bumped out this Giantfan favorite , another WR who went on to play for Denver and had a great career. Who was he?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Ed McCaffrey I was pissed!</P>


</P>


So was I. It seemed we all knew Big Ed was going to be agreat one but Reeves wanted one ofhis guys. Bad , bad move on DRs part and we payed for it for years</P>


</P>


Hey, I'm here. Yeah, losing McCaffrey frosted my butt. He was a great possession reciver, ran crisp, precise routes,and wasn't afraid to go over the middle. Nice tall frame, A slightly slower Toomer? The hard working overachiever,that all Giant fans love.</P>


Don't know when I'll be around, guys. Time is closing in. Days, or weeks. I know you'll all think of us... thank you, and have a great Thanksgiving, and a, hopefully, very happy Evening.</P>


Oh, lol, I wasn't around earlier, but I knew Pepper's mouth got him banned, and I was frosted about that, too. Fans would have liked Reeves a lot more if he hadn't made all those Bronco moves. Pepper, McCaffrey... they were ours, not Reeve's, if you know what I mean.</P>

jints10
11-24-2009, 07:39 PM
Everybody knows Dan Reeves coached The Broncos and The Giants

Dan brought 6 players (by my count) from Denver to NY, How many can you name?
</p>


Is David Treadwell one of them?</p>


</p>


Yeah, BB'62. I remember several of them, and Treadwell (K) was one. </p>


He also brought his Punter, Mike Horan, LB Derrick Brooks, and WR Mark Jackson. Then, later on he brought in QB Tommy Maddox. I don't remember any more. </p>


They were all OK, but I didn't think much of Maddox.</p>


hey zimmy,i think that was micheal brooks,not derrick.and the last denver giant was .....wr aurthur marshall.</p>


Yeah I'm sure he meant Michael Brooks.</p>
Nice group effort guys you named 6
Tommy Maddox, Mark Jackson Mike Horan Michael Brooks, David Tredwell and Arthur Marshall

I actually didnt remember Marshall so that means their is 1 more
That makes 7 that Reeves brought over
Who is the last guy?...........unless I'm forgetting someone else

Ok I waited a day
Brad Daluiso was the last guy I was thinking of

rbcarpenter
11-24-2009, 08:01 PM
ugh,that's right!reeves brought him AND treadwell over.daluiso was the ko specialist,while treadwell was the actual kicker,then daluiso took his job.

zimonami
11-24-2009, 08:19 PM
me, too - forgot Daluiso came from Denver. Now I do remember the 2 headed kicking experiment.

YATittle1962
11-24-2009, 10:38 PM
Heres one more. Reeves brought in WR and*PR*Arthur Marshal from Denver [1994?]* Marshal bumped out this Giant*fan favorite , another WR who went on to play for Denver and had a great career. Who was he?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Ed McCaffrey** I was pissed!</P>


</P>


So was I.** It seemed we all knew Big Ed was going to be a*great one but Reeves wanted one of*his guys. Bad , bad move on DRs part and we payed for it for years</P>


</P>


Hey, I'm here.* Yeah, losing McCaffrey frosted my butt.* He was a great possession reciver, ran crisp, precise routes,*and wasn't afraid to go over the middle.* Nice tall frame,* A slightly slower Toomer? The hard working overachiever,that all Giant fans love.</P>


Don't know when I'll be around, guys. Time is closing in.* Days, or weeks.* I know you'll all think of us... thank you, and have a great Thanksgiving, and a, hopefully, very happy Evening.</P>


Oh, lol, I wasn't around earlier, but I knew Pepper's mouth got him banned, and I was frosted about that, too.* Fans would have liked Reeves a lot more if he hadn't made all those Bronco moves.* Pepper, McCaffrey... they were ours, not Reeve's, if you know what I mean.</P>

Happy Thanksgiving Zimmy

you guys are in our thoughts

have a good Holiday everyone

rbcarpenter
11-24-2009, 10:55 PM
ya,zim,jints10,sec105,everybody have a safe and wonderful thanksgiving!

SEC105
11-25-2009, 05:32 PM
ya,zim,jints10,sec105,everybody have a safe and wonderful thanksgiving!</P>


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQ13YKkMDS0&amp;feature=PlayList&amp;p=149BE657613 778DA&amp;playnext=1&amp;playnext_from=PL&amp;index=114</P>


One of the greatest plays in Giant history. Who was Elway trying to throw the ball too? He was a RB</P>


Right back at you Rob C and the rest of the gang. Have a Happy Thanksgiving to all the Gangand GO Giants</P>


Z I know it must be tough on you these days but specialthoughts and prayers to you my friend SEC105</P>

YATittle1962
11-25-2009, 08:05 PM
ya,zim,jints10,sec105,everybody have a safe and wonderful thanksgiving!</P>


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQ13YKkMDS0&feature=PlayList&p=149BE657613778DA&playnext=1&playnext_from=PL&index=114</P>


One of the greatest plays in Giant history. Who was Elway trying to throw the ball too?* He was a RB</P>


Right back at you Rob C and the rest of the gang. Have a Happy Thanksgiving to all the Gang*and GO Giants</P>


Z**** I know it must be tough on you these days but special*thoughts and prayers to you my friend****** SEC105</P>

that was Gerald Willhite (sp)

he was a tough player for them through the 80s....was injured quite a bit though

zimonami
11-26-2009, 11:11 AM
Happy Thanksgiving everyone.</P>


The Giants are having Mustang for dinner.</P>

YATittle1962
11-26-2009, 12:20 PM
Happy Thanksgiving everyone.</P>


The Giants are having Mustang for dinner.</P>

Happy turkey day Zimmy, SEC, jints, rbc, key, and all the "Did You Know" faithful

enjoy one of Americas greatest football days

zimonami
11-29-2009, 01:24 AM
Hey guys. </P>


Just wanted to let you know that Kris' long struggle ended yeaterday afternoon.</P>


Wanted to let you all know how much I appreciated your support, your thoughts and prayers.</P>


All is good here. I'm stillguardian ofmy 16 yr. old grand daughter, so I need to keep my mind and body screwed together properly. This journey lastest long enough for me to adjust and prepare.</P>


I'll be around most days. Most of the loose ends are nearly tied up.</P>


thanks again, you guys are the best.</P>


zimmy</P>


</P>

rbcarpenter
11-29-2009, 01:47 AM
sent you a pm,zim.i'm so sorry.

YATittle1962
11-29-2009, 01:03 PM
check your PMs Zimmy.....

Bleedin Blue Since '62
11-29-2009, 01:49 PM
Don't know you well Zim as I have not spent a lot of time in this thread.</P>


I am sorry for your loss.</P>


If guys like YA, Sec105 , rbcrpenter etc have high regard for you then I know you are a good man.</P>


Hang in there!</P>

keyofgmen
11-29-2009, 01:56 PM
Zim,

There are no worthy words. Sorry for your loss.
Hang in there.

Key

keyofgmen
11-29-2009, 02:15 PM
This Giant is responsible for the 3rd shortest kickoff TD return in NFL history. I think it still stands.

Can you name him and the play I am speaking of?

Hint. I thought of it after watching start of Skins/Eagles game just now.

zimonami
11-29-2009, 03:01 PM
Don't know you well Zim as I have not spent a lot of time in this thread.</P>


I am sorry for your loss.</P>


If guys like YA, Sec105 , rbcrpenter etc have high regard for you then I know you are a good man.</P>


Hang in there!</P>


</P>


Back atcha on the PM, BB62</P>


Thank you so much for your thoughts</P>


zimmy</P>

NYG 5
11-29-2009, 03:05 PM
This Giant is responsible for the 3rd shortest kickoff TD return in NFL history. I think it still stands.

Can you name him and the play I am speaking of?

Hint. I thought of it after watching start of Skins/Eagles game just now.

sehorn returned an onside kick for a td, i think it was against the jags. was that it or was it even shorter?

zimonami
11-29-2009, 03:06 PM
Zim, There are no worthy words. Sorry for your loss. Hang in there. Key</P>


Thank you, Key. What has been worthy for me is the friendships I've gotten with wonderful peoples like you, and all of the other regulars on here who always have the utmost respect for each other. You don't see any arguments on here, or guys calling each other out as idiots...lol. YA has created a nice retreat for us all to meet and enjoy, and you are a big part of that.</P>


Thank you, again, I truly appreciate it. Have a wonderful Holiday season and cherish the time with those that you love.</P>


zimmy</P>

keyofgmen
11-29-2009, 03:09 PM
Zim, There are no worthy words. Sorry for your loss. Hang in there. Key</P>


Thank you, Key.* What has been worthy for me is the friendships I've gotten with wonderful peoples like you, and all of the other regulars on here who always have the utmost respect for each other.* You don't see any arguments on here, or guys calling each other out as idiots...lol.* YA has created a nice retreat for us all to meet and enjoy, and you are a big part of that.</P>


Thank you, again, I truly appreciate it.* Have a wonderful Holiday season and cherish the time with those that you love.</P>


zimmy</P>

Will do.

zimonami
11-29-2009, 03:11 PM
This Giant is responsible for the 3rd shortest kickoff TD return in NFL history. I think it still stands. Can you name him and the play I am speaking of? Hint. I thought of it after watching start of Skins/Eagles game just now.

sehorn returned an onside kick for a td, i think it was against the jags. was that it or was it even shorter?
</P>


TY, NYG. I could see it in my memory, but couldn't remember who it was. I think you nailed it. </P>


If it wasn't Sehorn for the 3rd shortest. I still know that you are right on that he did return an on-sider.</P>

jomo
11-29-2009, 03:13 PM
Hey guys. </P>


Just wanted to let you know that Kris' long struggle ended yeaterday afternoon.</P>


Wanted to let you all know how much I appreciated your support, your thoughts and prayers.</P>


All is good here. I'm stillguardian ofmy 16 yr. old grand daughter, so I need to keep my mind and body screwed together properly. This journey lastest long enough for me to adjust and prepare.</P>


I'll be around most days. Most of the loose ends are nearly tied up.</P>


thanks again, you guys are the best.</P>


zimmy</P>


</P>So sorry for your loss zim. All the best to you in the days and weeks ahead. Keep the good times close to your heart. You are in our prayers.

keyofgmen
11-29-2009, 03:14 PM
This Giant is responsible for the 3rd shortest kickoff TD return in NFL history. I think it still stands.

Can you name him and the play I am speaking of?

Hint. I thought of it after watching start of Skins/Eagles game just now.

sehorn returned an onside kick for a td, i think it was against the jags. was that it or was it even shorter?


That is correct. Last regular season game of 2000 season. 38 yards.

zimonami
11-29-2009, 04:03 PM
Hey, jomo. You bring many smiles to me when I read your posts. Your avatar is perfect for your personality. So, Thanks for the nice thoughts and keep loving life,

jomo
11-29-2009, 04:35 PM
Hey, jomo. You bring many smiles to me when I read your posts. Your avatar is perfect for your personality. So, Thanks for the nice thoughts and keep loving life,Thanks, peace!

YATittle1962
11-30-2009, 01:32 PM
Dec 1960......Sherman vs. Landry....Giants vs. Cowboys @ Yankee Stadium

the First meeting ever.....

what was the out come of that game?

and who was the Cowboys QB that day?

I believe he was the shortest QB to ever make a probowl

Bleedin Blue Since '62
11-30-2009, 01:45 PM
Dec 1960......Sherman vs. Landry....Giants vs. Cowboys @ Yankee Stadium the First meeting ever..... what was the out come of that game? and who was the Cowboys QB that day? I believe he was the shortest QB to ever make a probowl</P>


QB had to be Eddie LeBaron but I don't know the outcome.</P>

YATittle1962
11-30-2009, 01:51 PM
Dec 1960......Sherman vs. Landry....Giants vs. Cowboys @ Yankee Stadium the First meeting ever..... what was the out come of that game? and who was the Cowboys QB that day? I believe he was the shortest QB to ever make a probowl</P>


QB had to be Eddie LeBaron but I don't know the outcome.</P>

thats him....nice call

Im sure one of these guys remembers the outcome...

zimonami
11-30-2009, 05:04 PM
Dec 1960......Sherman vs. Landry....Giants vs. Cowboys @ Yankee Stadium the First meeting ever..... what was the out come of that game? and who was the Cowboys QB that day? I believe he was the shortest QB to ever make a probowl</P>


QB had to be Eddie LeBaron but I don't know the outcome.</P>


thats him....nice call Im sure one of these guys remembers the outcome...</P>


</P>


First, YA, you get one (1) demerit for saying Sherman vs. Landry. Allie wasn't our curse until 1961. Big Jim Lee Howell was in his last year coaching us in '60.</P>


Dallas was 0 - 11 - 1 their first year.</P>


Guess who they tied? The Gmen. I don't remember the score, but I know we tied that game. It was near the end of the year, and I don't remember if we were healthy that game, but the new Boys on the block dodged an 0 - 12 season, thanks to us.</P>


We were 6-4-2 that year. A very good team that just didn't put it all together... kinda like this year.</P>


Charley Conerly was our QB</P>

Bleedin Blue Since '62
11-30-2009, 05:13 PM
Dec 1960......Sherman vs. Landry....Giants vs. Cowboys @ Yankee Stadium the First meeting ever..... what was the out come of that game? and who was the Cowboys QB that day? I believe he was the shortest QB to ever make a probowl</P>


QB had to be Eddie LeBaron but I don't know the outcome.</P>


thats him....nice call Im sure one of these guys remembers the outcome...</P>


</P>


<FONT color=#800080 size=4>First, YA, you get one (1) demerit for saying Sherman vs. Landry.</FONT> Allie wasn't our curse until 1961. Big Jim Lee Howell was in his last year coaching us in '60.</P>


Dallas was 0 - 11 - 1 their first year.</P>


Guess who they tied? The Gmen. I don't remember the score, but I know we tied that game. It was near the end of the year, and I don't remember if we were healthy that game, but the new Boys on the block dodged an 0 - 12 season, thanks to us.</P>


We were 6-4-2 that year. A very good team that just didn't put it all together... kinda like this year.</P>


Charley Conerly was our QB</P>


</P>


Oh no! You guys give out demerits? I'm going to have to be careful here.</P>

jints10
11-30-2009, 07:17 PM
Don't know the score of the first Cowboy vs Giants game, but I did know it was a tie.

Sorry to hear of Kris Zim, my condolences

Happy belated Thanksgiving guys, been very busy giving lots estimates for holiday lights..

YATittle1962
11-30-2009, 09:12 PM
Dec 1960......Sherman vs. Landry....Giants vs. Cowboys @ Yankee Stadium the First meeting ever..... what was the out come of that game? and who was the Cowboys QB that day? I believe he was the shortest QB to ever make a probowl</P>


QB had to be Eddie LeBaron but I don't know the outcome.</P>


thats him....nice call Im sure one of these guys remembers the outcome...</P>


*</P>


First, YA, you get one (1) demerit for saying Sherman vs. Landry.* Allie wasn't our curse until 1961.* Big Jim Lee Howell was in his last year coaching us in '60.</P>


Dallas was 0 - 11 - 1 their first year.</P>


Guess who they tied?* The Gmen. I don't remember the score, but I know we tied that game. It was near the end of the year, and I don't remember if we were healthy that game, but the new Boys on the block dodged an 0 - 12 season, thanks to us.</P>


We were 6-4-2 that year.* A very good team that just didn't put it all together... kinda like this year.</P>


Charley Conerly was our QB</P>

wow....I said Sherman didnt I?

Im banning myself from this thread for a day for that one.....

zimonami
11-30-2009, 09:46 PM
Don't know the score of the first Cowboy vs Giants game, but I did know it was a tie.

Sorry to hear of Kris Zim, my condolences

Happy belated Thanksgiving guys, been very busy giving lots estimates for holiday lights..
</P>


Thank you, jints... much appreciated</P>


Are they Holiday lights? or, Christmas lights? </P>

zimonami
11-30-2009, 09:54 PM
wow....I said Sherman didnt I? Im banning myself from this thread for a day for that one.....</P>


Hey. No slinking off into the bushes to avoid the buckshot. </P>


Besides, who can be perfect remembering stuff from 48 years ago?</P>


No vacation, YA.</P>

jints10
11-30-2009, 10:24 PM
Don't know the score of the first Cowboy vs Giants game, but I did know it was a tie.

Sorry to hear of Kris Zim, my condolences

Happy belated Thanksgiving guys, been very busy giving lots estimates for holiday lights..
</p>


Thank you, jints... much appreciated</p>


Are they Holiday lights? or, Christmas lights? </p>
Lol, their Christmas lights but in my area you get more business calling them Holiday lights if you know what I mean.

zimonami
12-01-2009, 01:07 PM
Don't know the score of the first Cowboy vs Giants game, but I did know it was a tie.

Sorry to hear of Kris Zim, my condolences

Happy belated Thanksgiving guys, been very busy giving lots estimates for holiday lights..
</P>


Thank you, jints... much appreciated</P>


Are they Holiday lights? or, Christmas lights? </P>



Lol, their Christmas lights but in my area you get more business calling them Holiday lights if you know what I mean.
</P>


Our government, and society, is slowly masking the identity and meaning of Christmas. It stinks. </P>


The Jewish people have been happy all these decadeswith the small recognition that Hannukah, etc. got, and were happy to have the American christians have their "Christmas" Holiday.</P>


We have Martin Luther King Day.</P>


After a time, we can recognize a significant Muslim date.</P>


But, 'Christmas' should have been added to the Bill of Rights.</P>

keyofgmen
12-01-2009, 03:33 PM
Dec 1960......Sherman vs. Landry....Giants vs. Cowboys @ Yankee Stadium the First meeting ever..... what was the out come of that game? and who was the Cowboys QB that day? I believe he was the shortest QB to ever make a probowl</P>


QB had to be Eddie LeBaron but I don't know the outcome.</P>


thats him....nice call Im sure one of these guys remembers the outcome...</P>


*</P>


First, YA, you get one (1) demerit for saying Sherman vs. Landry.* Allie wasn't our curse until 1961.* Big Jim Lee Howell was in his last year coaching us in '60.</P>


Dallas was 0 - 11 - 1 their first year.</P>


Guess who they tied?* The Gmen. I don't remember the score, but I know we tied that game. It was near the end of the year, and I don't remember if we were healthy that game, but the new Boys on the block dodged an 0 - 12 season, thanks to us.</P>


We were 6-4-2 that year.* A very good team that just didn't put it all together... kinda like this year.</P>


Charley Conerly was our QB</P>

wow....I said Sherman didnt I?

Im banning myself from this thread for a day for that one.....

31-31 tie. What other team did Giants tie that year?

SEC105
12-01-2009, 03:58 PM
Hey guys. </P>


Just wanted to let you know that Kris' long struggle ended yeaterday afternoon.</P>


Wanted to let you all know how much I appreciated your support, your thoughts and prayers.</P>


All is good here. I'm stillguardian ofmy 16 yr. old grand daughter, so I need to keep my mind and body screwed together properly. This journey lastest long enough for me to adjust and prepare.</P>


I'll be around most days. Most of the loose ends are nearly tied up.</P>


thanks again, you guys are the best.</P>


zimmy</P>


</P>


</P>


Z So sorry to hear about Kris. May she be with Aunt Jean now and at rest. You have have been a very strong and great person through the struggles along with Kris. We can all learn a thing or two from your strength. Sorry I did not get back to you sooner but we were away for a few days. Hang in there Z</P>


SEC105</P>

YATittle1962
12-01-2009, 03:59 PM
Dec 1960......Sherman vs. Landry....Giants vs. Cowboys @ Yankee Stadium the First meeting ever..... what was the out come of that game? and who was the Cowboys QB that day? I believe he was the shortest QB to ever make a probowl</P>


QB had to be Eddie LeBaron but I don't know the outcome.</P>


thats him....nice call Im sure one of these guys remembers the outcome...</P>


*</P>


First, YA, you get one (1) demerit for saying Sherman vs. Landry.* Allie wasn't our curse until 1961.* Big Jim Lee Howell was in his last year coaching us in '60.</P>


Dallas was 0 - 11 - 1 their first year.</P>


Guess who they tied?* The Gmen. I don't remember the score, but I know we tied that game. It was near the end of the year, and I don't remember if we were healthy that game, but the new Boys on the block dodged an 0 - 12 season, thanks to us.</P>


We were 6-4-2 that year.* A very good team that just didn't put it all together... kinda like this year.</P>


Charley Conerly was our QB</P>

wow....I said Sherman didnt I?

Im banning myself from this thread for a day for that one.....

31-31 tie. What other team did Giants tie that year?

Im not positive of this but the Redskins popped in my head when I read this question..

gotta go with my gut...

SEC105
12-01-2009, 04:01 PM
Dec 1960......Sherman vs. Landry....Giants vs. Cowboys @ Yankee Stadium the First meeting ever..... what was the out come of that game? and who was the Cowboys QB that day? I believe he was the shortest QB to ever make a probowl</P>


QB had to be Eddie LeBaron but I don't know the outcome.</P>


thats him....nice call Im sure one of these guys remembers the outcome...</P>


</P>


First, YA, you get one (1) demerit for saying Sherman vs. Landry. Allie wasn't our curse until 1961. Big Jim Lee Howell was in his last year coaching us in '60.</P>


Dallas was 0 - 11 - 1 their first year.</P>


Guess who they tied? The Gmen. I don't remember the score, but I know we tied that game. It was near the end of the year, and I don't remember if we were healthy that game, but the new Boys on the block dodged an 0 - 12 season, thanks to us.</P>


We were 6-4-2 that year. A very good team that just didn't put it all together... kinda like this year.</P>


Charley Conerly was our QB</P>


wow....I said Sherman didnt I? Im banning myself from this thread for a day for that one..... 31-31 tie. What other team did Giants tie that year?</P>


I'll guess Cleveland off the top of my head. I don't remember the 60 season but Idid read and HEAR plenty about the TIE with Dallas that year lol</P>

SEC105
12-01-2009, 04:03 PM
From 1964 on........when was the first season we swept both regular season games from the Cowboys?</P>


Z</P>

YATittle1962
12-01-2009, 04:12 PM
From 1964 on........when was the first season we swept both regular season games from the Cowboys?</P>


Z</P>

we did a hell of a lot of losing to Dallas in the 60s and 70s.....

it had to be mid 80s sometime....

Ill guess 1985

SEC105
12-01-2009, 04:17 PM
From 1964 on........when was the first season we swept both regular season games from the Cowboys?</P>


Z</P>


we did a hell of a lot of losing to Dallas in the 60s and 70s..... it had to be mid 80s sometime.... Ill guess 1985</P>


Wow thats good reasoning YA....1984 Parcels 2nd year and our first time in the playoffs in 20 years Late sixties and 70s those Dallas bums did a number on us</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
12-01-2009, 04:57 PM
From 1964 on........when was the first season we swept both regular season games from the Cowboys?</P>


Z</P>


we did a hell of a lot of losing to Dallas in the 60s and 70s..... it had to be mid 80s sometime.... Ill guess 1985</P>


Wow thats good reasoning YA....1984 Parcels 2nd year and our first time in the playoffs in 20 years Late sixties and 70s those Dallas bums did a number on us</P>


Z</P>


</P>


1981 finalseason game vs Dallas , we win and mightget into the playoffs. Something had to happen the next day for us to make it. Anybody remember what it was? who had to beat who</P>


Z</P>

keyofgmen
12-01-2009, 05:35 PM
Dec 1960......Sherman vs. Landry....Giants vs. Cowboys @ Yankee Stadium the First meeting ever..... what was the out come of that game? and who was the Cowboys QB that day? I believe he was the shortest QB to ever make a probowl</P>


QB had to be Eddie LeBaron but I don't know the outcome.</P>


thats him....nice call Im sure one of these guys remembers the outcome...</P>


*</P>


First, YA, you get one (1) demerit for saying Sherman vs. Landry.* Allie wasn't our curse until 1961.* Big Jim Lee Howell was in his last year coaching us in '60.</P>


Dallas was 0 - 11 - 1 their first year.</P>


Guess who they tied?* The Gmen. I don't remember the score, but I know we tied that game. It was near the end of the year, and I don't remember if we were healthy that game, but the new Boys on the block dodged an 0 - 12 season, thanks to us.</P>


We were 6-4-2 that year.* A very good team that just didn't put it all together... kinda like this year.</P>


Charley Conerly was our QB</P>

wow....I said Sherman didnt I?

Im banning myself from this thread for a day for that one.....

31-31 tie. What other team did Giants tie that year?

Im not positive of this but the Redskins popped in my head when I read this question..

gotta go with my gut...

Washington is correct. Week 4 24-24.*

jints10
12-01-2009, 06:55 PM
From 1964 on........when was the first season we swept both regular season games from the Cowboys?</p>


Z</p>


we did a hell of a lot of losing to Dallas in the 60s and 70s..... it had to be mid 80s sometime.... Ill guess 1985</p>


Wow thats good reasoning YA....1984 Parcels 2nd year and our first time in the playoffs in 20 years Late sixties and 70s those Dallas bums did a number on us</p>


Z</p>


</p>


1981 finalseason game vs Dallas , we win and mightget into the playoffs. Something had to happen the next day for us to make it. Anybody remember what it was? who had to beat who</p>


Z</p>
Jets had to beat the Packers. One of my favorite Giants teams because we finally made the playoffs in my life time. Born in "64".

zimonami
12-01-2009, 07:43 PM
Hey guys. </P>


Just wanted to let you know that Kris' long struggle ended yeaterday afternoon.</P>


Wanted to let you all know how much I appreciated your support, your thoughts and prayers.</P>


All is good here. I'm stillguardian ofmy 16 yr. old grand daughter, so I need to keep my mind and body screwed together properly. This journey lastest long enough for me to adjust and prepare.</P>


I'll be around most days. Most of the loose ends are nearly tied up.</P>


thanks again, you guys are the best.</P>


zimmy</P>


</P>


</P>


Z So sorry to hear about Kris. May she be with Aunt Jean now and at rest. You have have been a very strong and great person through the struggles along with Kris. We can all learn a thing or two from your strength. Sorry I did not get back to you sooner but we were away for a few days. Hang in there Z</P>


SEC105</P>


</P>


Thank you, SEC. You are one of the great guys on here who keeps me coming back. I knew that you all had my back with your thoughts and prayers, and it was very important to help my day have some balance.</P>


It's quite odd, after 42 ywars, to pots around the house, and she's not there. But, you guys are here... thank you.</P>

zimonami
12-01-2009, 07:43 PM
Hey guys. </P>


Just wanted to let you know that Kris' long struggle ended yeaterday afternoon.</P>


Wanted to let you all know how much I appreciated your support, your thoughts and prayers.</P>


All is good here. I'm stillguardian ofmy 16 yr. old grand daughter, so I need to keep my mind and body screwed together properly. This journey lastest long enough for me to adjust and prepare.</P>


I'll be around most days. Most of the loose ends are nearly tied up.</P>


thanks again, you guys are the best.</P>


zimmy</P>


</P>


</P>


Z So sorry to hear about Kris. May she be with Aunt Jean now and at rest. You have have been a very strong and great person through the struggles along with Kris. We can all learn a thing or two from your strength. Sorry I did not get back to you sooner but we were away for a few days. Hang in there Z</P>


SEC105</P>


</P>


Thank you, SEC. You are one of the great guys on here who keeps me coming back. I knew that you all had my back with your thoughts and prayers, and it was very important to help my day have some balance.</P>


It's quite odd, after 42 ywars, to pots around the house, and she's not there. But, you guys are here... thank you.</P>

YATittle1962
12-01-2009, 11:14 PM
Hey guys. </P>


Just wanted to let you know that Kris' long struggle ended yeaterday afternoon.</P>


Wanted to let you all know how much I appreciated your support, your thoughts and prayers.</P>


All is good here. I'm still*guardian of*my 16 yr. old grand daughter, so I need to keep my mind and body screwed together properly. This journey lastest long enough for me to adjust and prepare.</P>


I'll be around most days. Most of the loose ends are nearly tied up.</P>


thanks again, you guys are the best.</P>


zimmy</P>


*</P>


</P>


Z*** So sorry to hear about Kris. May she be with Aunt Jean now and at rest. You have have been a very strong and great person through the struggles along with Kris. We can all learn a thing or two from your strength. Sorry I did not get back to you sooner but we were away for a few days. Hang in there Z</P>


SEC105</P>


</P>


Thank you, SEC. You are one of the great guys on here who keeps me coming back.* I knew that you all had my back with your thoughts and prayers, and it was very important to help my day have some balance.</P>


It's quite odd, after 42 ywars, to pots around the house, and she's not there.* But, you guys are here... thank you.</P>

wow ZIm.....that just punched me in the heart......42 years

we are here my brother....

SEC105
12-02-2009, 11:23 AM
Hey guys. </P>


Just wanted to let you know that Kris' long struggle ended yeaterday afternoon.</P>


Wanted to let you all know how much I appreciated your support, your thoughts and prayers.</P>


All is good here. I'm still*guardian of*my 16 yr. old grand daughter, so I need to keep my mind and body screwed together properly. This journey lastest long enough for me to adjust and prepare.</P>


I'll be around most days. Most of the loose ends are nearly tied up.</P>


thanks again, you guys are the best.</P>


zimmy</P>


*</P>


</P>


Z*** So sorry to hear about Kris. May she be with Aunt Jean now and at rest. You have have been a very strong and great person through the struggles along with Kris. We can all learn a thing or two from your strength. Sorry I did not get back to you sooner but we were away for a few days. Hang in there Z</P>


SEC105</P>


</P>


Thank you, SEC. You are one of the great guys on here who keeps me coming back.* I knew that you all had my back with your thoughts and prayers, and it was very important to help my day have some balance.</P>


It's quite odd, after 42 ywars, to pots around the house, and she's not there.* But, you guys are here... thank you.</P>

wow ZIm.....that just punched me in the heart......42 years

we are here my brother....
Yes were are here Z
42 years.....oh man thats rough
Wish there were words to help

SEC105
12-02-2009, 11:28 AM
From 1964 on........when was the first season we swept both regular season games from the Cowboys?</p>


Z</p>


we did a hell of a lot of losing to Dallas in the 60s and 70s..... it had to be mid 80s sometime.... Ill guess 1985</p>


Wow*** thats good reasoning YA....1984*** Parcels 2nd year and our first time in the playoffs in 20 years**** Late sixties and 70s those Dallas bums did a number on us</p>


Z</p>


</p>


*1981 final*season game vs Dallas , we win and might*get into the playoffs. Something had to happen the next day for us to make it. Anybody remember what it was? who had to beat who</p>


Z</p>
Jets had to beat the Packers. One of my favorite Giants teams because we finally made the playoffs in my life time. Born in "64".

Thats it Jints 10 and they beat them @ Giants Stadium haha
Here's a name we all remember. Who was the DB that came over to us in 1990 after playing the eighties with Cowboys?
Z

YATittle1962
12-02-2009, 11:41 AM
From 1964 on........when was the first season we swept both regular season games from the Cowboys?</p>


Z</p>


we did a hell of a lot of losing to Dallas in the 60s and 70s..... it had to be mid 80s sometime.... Ill guess 1985</p>


Wow*** thats good reasoning YA....1984*** Parcels 2nd year and our first time in the playoffs in 20 years**** Late sixties and 70s those Dallas bums did a number on us</p>


Z</p>


</p>


*1981 final*season game vs Dallas , we win and might*get into the playoffs. Something had to happen the next day for us to make it. Anybody remember what it was? who had to beat who</p>


Z</p>
Jets had to beat the Packers. One of my favorite Giants teams because we finally made the playoffs in my life time. Born in "64".

Thats it Jints 10 and they beat them @ Giants Stadium haha
Here's a name we all remember. Who was the DB that came over to us in 1990 after playing the eighties with Cowboys?
Z

thats Everson Walls

he played big for us to...

I think he even got a SI cover

SEC105
12-02-2009, 04:32 PM
Everson Walls it was. Very solid pickup for us back then</P>


I was incorrect on my answer to Jints 10. The Jets must have been playing @ Shea Stadium when they beat the Packers in 1981 to put us in the playoffs. They did'nt move to Giants Stadium till 1984. One demerit for me</P>


Who were the2 starting QBs for the Giants and Dallas on the day Giant Stadium opened in 1976?</P>


Z</P>

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-02-2009, 04:35 PM
Everson Walls it was. Very solid pickup for us back then</P>


I was incorrect on my answer to Jints 10. The Jets must have been playing @ Shea Stadium when they beat the Packers in 1981 to put us in the playoffs. They did'nt move to Giants Stadium till 1984. <FONT color=#0000ff size=4>One demerit for me</FONT></P>


Who were the2 starting QBs for the Giants and Dallas on the day Giant Stadium opened in 1976?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I'm tellling you these demerits are scaring me. I'll be back gents.[:)]</P>

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-02-2009, 04:51 PM
Match these Giants with their alma mater.</P>


</P>


Harry Carson, Brad Van Pelt, Herb Welch,Andy Robustelli, Elvis Pattersom, Ron Johnson, Terry Kinard</P>


</P>


Michigan, Arnold College (now known as Univ of Bridgeport), Kansas, Michigan St., South Carolina St., Clemson, UCLA</P>

rbcarpenter
12-02-2009, 05:01 PM
Match these Giants with their alma mater.</P>


*</P>


Harry Carson, Brad Van Pelt, Herb Welch,*Andy Robustelli, Elvis Pattersom, Ron Johnson, Terry Kinard</P>


*</P>


Michigan, Arnold College (now known as Univ of Bridgeport), Kansas, Michigan St., South Carolina St., Clemson, UCLA</P>welch-ucla,carson-south carolina st,kinard-clemson,van pelt-michigan st,johnson-michigan,robustelli-arnold,patterson-kansas

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-02-2009, 05:13 PM
Match these Giants with their alma mater.</P>


</P>


Harry Carson, Brad Van Pelt, Herb Welch,Andy Robustelli, Elvis Pattersom, Ron Johnson, Terry Kinard</P>


</P>


Michigan, Arnold College (now known as Univ of Bridgeport), Kansas, Michigan St., South Carolina St., Clemson, UCLA</P>


welch-ucla,carson-south carolina st,kinard-clemson,van pelt-michigan st,johnson-michigan,robustelli-arnold,patterson-kansas</P>


very, very nice!</P>

SEC105
12-02-2009, 05:42 PM
Everson Walls it was. Very solid pickup for us back then</P>


I was incorrect on my answer to Jints 10. The Jets must have been playing @ Shea Stadium when they beat the Packers in 1981 to put us in the playoffs. They did'nt move to Giants Stadium till 1984. <FONT color=#0000ff size=4>One demerit for me</FONT></P>


Who were the2 starting QBs for the Giants and Dallas on the day Giant Stadium opened in 1976?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I'm tellling you these demerits are scaring me. I'll be back gents.[:)]</P>


</P>


Guess what the penalty is for 10 demerits? lol</P>


Still have not heard who the 2 starting QBs were the day Giant Stadium opened when we played Dallas</P>


Z</P>

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-02-2009, 05:48 PM
Everson Walls it was. Very solid pickup for us back then</P>


I was incorrect on my answer to Jints 10. The Jets must have been playing @ Shea Stadium when they beat the Packers in 1981 to put us in the playoffs. They did'nt move to Giants Stadium till 1984. <FONT color=#0000ff size=4>One demerit for me</FONT></P>


Who were the2 starting QBs for the Giants and Dallas on the day Giant Stadium opened in 1976?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I'm tellling you these demerits are scaring me. I'll be back gents.[:)]</P>


</P>


Guess what the penalty is for 10 demerits? lol</P>


Still have not heard who the 2 starting QBs were the day Giant Stadium opened when we played Dallas</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Staubach and Snead??????</P>

zimonami
12-02-2009, 05:49 PM
Everson Walls it was. Very solid pickup for us back then</P>


I was incorrect on my answer to Jints 10. The Jets must have been playing @ Shea Stadium when they beat the Packers in 1981 to put us in the playoffs. They did'nt move to Giants Stadium till 1984. <FONT color=#0000ff size=4>One demerit for me</FONT></P>


Who were the2 starting QBs for the Giants and Dallas on the day Giant Stadium opened in 1976?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I'm tellling you these demerits are scaring me. I'll be back gents.[:)]</P>


</P>


I started this by throwing a demerit at YA.</P>


Now, SEC is voluntarily taking a demerit...lol</P>


Geez, I opened Pandora's box. If we were giving out demeritsI gauarantee you that I am the clear leader, lol.So, I take my demerit back from YA, and I'll ignore SEC's self imposed demerit, and we'll wipe the slate clean so that good peoples like you, BB62, don't get scared away by the "Did You Know" police squad.</P>

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-02-2009, 05:55 PM
Everson Walls it was. Very solid pickup for us back then</P>


I was incorrect on my answer to Jints 10. The Jets must have been playing @ Shea Stadium when they beat the Packers in 1981 to put us in the playoffs. They did'nt move to Giants Stadium till 1984. <FONT color=#0000ff size=4>One demerit for me</FONT></P>


Who were the2 starting QBs for the Giants and Dallas on the day Giant Stadium opened in 1976?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I'm tellling you these demerits are scaring me. I'll be back gents.[:)]</P>


</P>


I started this by throwing a demerit at YA.</P>


Now, SEC is voluntarily taking a demerit...lol</P>


Geez, I opened Pandora's box. If we were giving out demeritsI gauarantee you that I am the clear leader, lol.So, I take my demerit back from YA, and I'll ignore SEC's self imposed demerit, and we'll wipe the slate clean so that good peoples like you, BB62, don't get scared away by the "Did You Know" police squad.</P>


</P>


Ok....I feel a little better[8-)]........I think.</P>

patsrule666
12-02-2009, 05:57 PM
Hey guys. </P>


Just wanted to let you know that Kris' long struggle ended yeaterday afternoon.</P>


Wanted to let you all know how much I appreciated your support, your thoughts and prayers.</P>


All is good here. I'm stillguardian ofmy 16 yr. old grand daughter, so I need to keep my mind and body screwed together properly. This journey lastest long enough for me to adjust and prepare.</P>


I'll be around most days. Most of the loose ends are nearly tied up.</P>


thanks again, you guys are the best.</P>


zimmy</P>


</P>


</P>


Z So sorry to hear about Kris. May she be with Aunt Jean now and at rest. You have have been a very strong and great person through the struggles along with Kris. We can all learn a thing or two from your strength. Sorry I did not get back to you sooner but we were away for a few days. Hang in there Z</P>


SEC105</P>


</P>


Thank you, SEC. You are one of the great guys on here who keeps me coming back. I knew that you all had my back with your thoughts and prayers, and it was very important to help my day have some balance.</P>


It's quite odd, after 42 ywars, to pots around the house, and she's not there. But, you guys are here... thank you.</P>


You certainly have my sympathies good man..May she rest in peace.</P>


Keep up the good work guys. I have learned much from this Post.</P>


Peace.</P>

SEC105
12-02-2009, 06:03 PM
Everson Walls it was. Very solid pickup for us back then</P>


I was incorrect on my answer to Jints 10. The Jets must have been playing @ Shea Stadium when they beat the Packers in 1981 to put us in the playoffs. They did'nt move to Giants Stadium till 1984. <FONT color=#0000ff size=4>One demerit for me</FONT></P>


Who were the2 starting QBs for the Giants and Dallas on the day Giant Stadium opened in 1976?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I'm tellling you these demerits are scaring me. I'll be back gents.[:)]</P>


</P>


I started this by throwing a demerit at YA.</P>


Now, SEC is voluntarily taking a demerit...lol</P>


Geez, I opened Pandora's box. If we were giving out demeritsI gauarantee you that I am the clear leader, lol.So, I take my demerit back from YA, and I'll ignore SEC's self imposed demerit, and we'll wipe the slate clean so that good peoples like you, BB62, don't get scared away by the "Did You Know" police squad.</P>


</P>


Ok....I feel a little better[8-)]........I think.</P>


</P>


Notice BB62......Z did NOT mention what happens when you get 10 demerits lol you do not want to know[;)]</P>


On the QB question Staubach was one but Snead was not the Giant starting QB. </P>

keyofgmen
12-02-2009, 06:43 PM
Everson Walls it was. Very solid pickup for us back then</P>


I was incorrect on my answer to Jints 10. The Jets must have been playing @ Shea Stadium when they beat the Packers in 1981 to put us in the playoffs. They did'nt move to Giants Stadium till 1984. <FONT color=#0000ff size=4>One demerit for me</FONT></P>


Who were the*2 starting QBs for the Giants and Dallas on the day Giant Stadium opened in 1976?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I'm tellling you these demerits are scaring me. I'll be back gents.[:)]</P>


</P>


I started this by throwing a demerit at YA.</P>


Now, SEC is voluntarily taking a demerit...lol</P>


Geez, I opened Pandora's box.* If we were giving out demerits*I gauarantee you that I am the clear leader,* lol.**So, I take my demerit back from YA, and I'll ignore SEC's self imposed demerit, and we'll wipe the slate clean so that good peoples like you, BB62, don't get scared away by the "Did You Know" police squad.</P>


</P>


Ok....I feel a little better[8-)]........I think.</P>


</P>


Notice* BB62......Z did NOT mention what happens when you get 10 demerits* lol**** you do not want to know[;)]</P>


On the QB question Staubach was one but Snead was not the Giant starting QB. </P>

If not Snead, then it had to be C Morton

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-02-2009, 06:44 PM
Everson Walls it was. Very solid pickup for us back then</P>


I was incorrect on my answer to Jints 10. The Jets must have been playing @ Shea Stadium when they beat the Packers in 1981 to put us in the playoffs. They did'nt move to Giants Stadium till 1984. <FONT color=#0000ff size=4>One demerit for me</FONT></P>


Who were the2 starting QBs for the Giants and Dallas on the day Giant Stadium opened in 1976?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I'm tellling you these demerits are scaring me. I'll be back gents.[:)]</P>


</P>


I started this by throwing a demerit at YA.</P>


Now, SEC is voluntarily taking a demerit...lol</P>


Geez, I opened Pandora's box. If we were giving out demeritsI gauarantee you that I am the clear leader, lol.So, I take my demerit back from YA, and I'll ignore SEC's self imposed demerit, and we'll wipe the slate clean so that good peoples like you, BB62, don't get scared away by the "Did You Know" police squad.</P>


</P>


Ok....I feel a little better[8-)]........I think.</P>


</P>


Notice BB62......Z did NOT mention what happens when you get 10 demerits lol you do not want to know[;)]</P>


On the QB question Staubach was one but Snead was not the Giant starting QB. </P>


</P>


hmmmmmm not Snead? Well I don't know then. I am assuming the code of conduct in this thread is that you don't google for the answer. So my response is " BBS62 doesn't know".</P>

keyofgmen
12-02-2009, 06:47 PM
Everson Walls it was. Very solid pickup for us back then</P>


I was incorrect on my answer to Jints 10. The Jets must have been playing @ Shea Stadium when they beat the Packers in 1981 to put us in the playoffs. They did'nt move to Giants Stadium till 1984. <FONT color=#0000ff size=4>One demerit for me</FONT></P>


Who were the*2 starting QBs for the Giants and Dallas on the day Giant Stadium opened in 1976?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I'm tellling you these demerits are scaring me. I'll be back gents.[:)]</P>


</P>


I started this by throwing a demerit at YA.</P>


Now, SEC is voluntarily taking a demerit...lol</P>


Geez, I opened Pandora's box.* If we were giving out demerits*I gauarantee you that I am the clear leader,* lol.**So, I take my demerit back from YA, and I'll ignore SEC's self imposed demerit, and we'll wipe the slate clean so that good peoples like you, BB62, don't get scared away by the "Did You Know" police squad.</P>


</P>


Ok....I feel a little better[8-)]........I think.</P>


</P>


Notice* BB62......Z did NOT mention what happens when you get 10 demerits* lol**** you do not want to know[;)]</P>


On the QB question Staubach was one but Snead was not the Giant starting QB. </P>


</P>


hmmmmmm* not Snead?** Well I don't know then. I am assuming the code of conduct in this thread is that you don't google for the answer. So my response is " BBS62 doesn't know".</P>

I think we agreed that it is OK to look something up, but if ya do, put a * at the end of the answer. That's what I do, but I'll defer to YA for the official "code".

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-02-2009, 07:07 PM
Everson Walls it was. Very solid pickup for us back then</P>


I was incorrect on my answer to Jints 10. The Jets must have been playing @ Shea Stadium when they beat the Packers in 1981 to put us in the playoffs. They did'nt move to Giants Stadium till 1984. <FONT color=#0000ff size=4>One demerit for me</FONT></P>


Who were the2 starting QBs for the Giants and Dallas on the day Giant Stadium opened in 1976?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I'm tellling you these demerits are scaring me. I'll be back gents.[:)]</P>


</P>


I started this by throwing a demerit at YA.</P>


Now, SEC is voluntarily taking a demerit...lol</P>


Geez, I opened Pandora's box. If we were giving out demeritsI gauarantee you that I am the clear leader, lol.So, I take my demerit back from YA, and I'll ignore SEC's self imposed demerit, and we'll wipe the slate clean so that good peoples like you, BB62, don't get scared away by the "Did You Know" police squad.</P>


</P>


Ok....I feel a little better[8-)]........I think.</P>


</P>


Notice BB62......Z did NOT mention what happens when you get 10 demerits lol you do not want to know[;)]</P>


On the QB question Staubach was one but Snead was not the Giant starting QB. </P>


If not Snead, then it had to be C Morton</P>


Yes Morton! That was the year before he went to Denver and they had their big Orange Crush season w/ a trip to the SB against Dallas. Thanks! It was driving me nutty!</P>

zimonami
12-02-2009, 07:31 PM
hmmmmmm not Snead? Well I don't know then. I am assuming the code of conduct in this thread is that you don't google for the answer. So my response is " BBS62 doesn't know".</P>


I think we agreed that it is OK to look something up, but if ya do, put a * at the end of the answer. That's what I do, but I'll defer to YA for the official "code".</P>


lol... Yeah, Key, I remember we agreed on the *.</P>


I forgot that, and just say I had to look it up.</P>


Usually, if I don't know, I wait a few hours to see if someone can get it for real. If not, then I'll look it up and give the answer.</P>


I think, in YA's absence, he'd agree to that. If not, he can give me 10 demerits..</P>


It's cool to look the answer up... just say so.</P>

zimonami
12-02-2009, 07:37 PM
Hey guys. </P>


Just wanted to let you know that Kris' long struggle ended yeaterday afternoon.</P>


Wanted to let you all know how much I appreciated your support, your thoughts and prayers.</P>


All is good here. I'm stillguardian ofmy 16 yr. old grand daughter, so I need to keep my mind and body screwed together properly. This journey lastest long enough for me to adjust and prepare.</P>


I'll be around most days. Most of the loose ends are nearly tied up.</P>


thanks again, you guys are the best.</P>


zimmy</P>


</P>


</P>


Z So sorry to hear about Kris. May she be with Aunt Jean now and at rest. You have have been a very strong and great person through the struggles along with Kris. We can all learn a thing or two from your strength. Sorry I did not get back to you sooner but we were away for a few days. Hang in there Z</P>


SEC105</P>


</P>


Thank you, SEC. You are one of the great guys on here who keeps me coming back. I knew that you all had my back with your thoughts and prayers, and it was very important to help my day have some balance.</P>


It's quite odd, after 42 ywars, to pots around the house, and she's not there. But, you guys are here... thank you.</P>


You certainly have my sympathies good man..May she rest in peace.</P>


Keep up the good work guys. I have learned much from this Post.</P>


Peace.</P>


</P>


Thank you for the nice words, PR666.</P>


Good to have you around. Throw some new questions out at us. If you're a Pats fan, look up some stuff from past Pats/Giants games for us... whatever. Whenever we get a new guy here we end up getting good slant on questions we never had before.</P>

jints10
12-02-2009, 09:02 PM
Hey guys. </p>


Just wanted to let you know that Kris' long struggle ended yeaterday afternoon.</p>


Wanted to let you all know how much I appreciated your support, your thoughts and prayers.</p>


All is good here. I'm stillguardian ofmy 16 yr. old grand daughter, so I need to keep my mind and body screwed together properly. This journey lastest long enough for me to adjust and prepare.</p>


I'll be around most days. Most of the loose ends are nearly tied up.</p>


thanks again, you guys are the best.</p>


zimmy</p>

</p>


</p>


Z So sorry to hear about Kris. May she be with Aunt Jean now and at rest. You have have been a very strong and great person through the struggles along with Kris. We can all learn a thing or two from your strength. Sorry I did not get back to you sooner but we were away for a few days. Hang in there Z</p>


SEC105</p>


</p>


Thank you, SEC. You are one of the great guys on here who keeps me coming back. I knew that you all had my back with your thoughts and prayers, and it was very important to help my day have some balance.</p>


It's quite odd, after 42 ywars, to pots around the house, and she's not there. But, you guys are here... thank you.</p>


You certainly have my sympathies good man..May she rest in peace.</p>


Keep up the good work guys. I have learned much from this Post.</p>


Peace.</p>


</p>


Thank you for the nice words, PR666.</p>


Good to have you around. Throw some new questions out at us. If you're a Pats fan, look up some stuff from past Pats/Giants games for us... whatever. Whenever we get a new guy here we end up getting good slant on questions we never had before.</p>
What Patriot scored a TD on a punt return in Giants Stadium and drew a loud cheer from the Giants Stadium faithful.

Roswell777
12-02-2009, 09:29 PM
Hey guys. </p>


Just wanted to let you know that Kris' long struggle ended yeaterday afternoon.</p>


Wanted to let you all know how much I appreciated your support, your thoughts and prayers.</p>


All is good here. I'm stillguardian ofmy 16 yr. old grand daughter, so I need to keep my mind and body screwed together properly. This journey lastest long enough for me to adjust and prepare.</p>


I'll be around most days. Most of the loose ends are nearly tied up.</p>


thanks again, you guys are the best.</p>


zimmy</p>


</p>


</p>


Z So sorry to hear about Kris. May she be with Aunt Jean now and at rest. You have have been a very strong and great person through the struggles along with Kris. We can all learn a thing or two from your strength. Sorry I did not get back to you sooner but we were away for a few days. Hang in there Z</p>


SEC105</p>


</p>


Thank you, SEC. You are one of the great guys on here who keeps me coming back. I knew that you all had my back with your thoughts and prayers, and it was very important to help my day have some balance.</p>


It's quite odd, after 42 ywars, to pots around the house, and she's not there. But, you guys are here... thank you.</p>


You certainly have my sympathies good man..May she rest in peace.</p>


Keep up the good work guys. I have learned much from this Post.</p>


Peace.</p>


</p>


Thank you for the nice words, PR666.</p>


Good to have you around. Throw some new questions out at us. If you're a Pats fan, look up some stuff from past Pats/Giants games for us... whatever. Whenever we get a new guy here we end up getting good slant on questions we never had before.</p>

Z

I too want to say how sorry I am for your loss. She was a fighter who went 15 rounds. You'll carry her with you wherever you go and I'm going to try twice as hard to stump you with trivia to help take your mind off of everything.

Here's one. 23 years ago the Giants won their first SB with a CB who wore the number 23. They also won their second with a CB who wore 23 and their third with a CB wearing 23. Hopefully this 23 can repeat what the other 23 did by winning a second SB. Name them.

yatitle
12-02-2009, 09:39 PM
Hey guys. </P>


Just wanted to let you know that Kris' long struggle ended yeaterday afternoon.</P>


Wanted to let you all know how much I appreciated your support, your thoughts and prayers.</P>


All is good here. I'm stillguardian ofmy 16 yr. old grand daughter, so I need to keep my mind and body screwed together properly. This journey lastest long enough for me to adjust and prepare.</P>


I'll be around most days. Most of the loose ends are nearly tied up.</P>


thanks again, you guys are the best.</P>


zimmy</P>


</P>


</P>


Z So sorry to hear about Kris. May she be with Aunt Jean now and at rest. You have have been a very strong and great person through the struggles along with Kris. We can all learn a thing or two from your strength. Sorry I did not get back to you sooner but we were away for a few days. Hang in there Z</P>


SEC105</P>


</P>


Thank you, SEC. You are one of the great guys on here who keeps me coming back. I knew that you all had my back with your thoughts and prayers, and it was very important to help my day have some balance.</P>


It's quite odd, after 42 ywars, to pots around the house, and she's not there. But, you guys are here... thank you.</P>


You certainly have my sympathies good man..May she rest in peace.</P>


Keep up the good work guys. I have learned much from this Post.</P>


Peace.</P>


</P>


Thank you for the nice words, PR666.</P>


Good to have you around. Throw some new questions out at us. If you're a Pats fan, look up some stuff from past Pats/Giants games for us... whatever. Whenever we get a new guy here we end up getting good slant on questions we never had before.</P>




Z

I too want to say how sorry I am for your loss. She was a fighter who went 15 rounds. You'll carry her with you wherever you go and I'm going to try twice as hard to stump you with trivial to help take your mind off of everything.

Here's one. 23 years ago the Giants won their first SB with a CB who wore the number 23. They also won their second with a CB who wore 23 and their third with a CB wearing 23. Hopefully this 23 can repeat what the other 23 did by winning a second SB. Name them.


</P>


Ist and 2nd SB wins #23 was Perry Williams. Obviously Corey Webstert is the other.</P>

YATittle1962
12-02-2009, 10:45 PM
Everson Walls it was. Very solid pickup for us back then</P>


I was incorrect on my answer to Jints 10. The Jets must have been playing @ Shea Stadium when they beat the Packers in 1981 to put us in the playoffs. They did'nt move to Giants Stadium till 1984. <FONT color=#0000ff size=4>One demerit for me</FONT></P>


Who were the*2 starting QBs for the Giants and Dallas on the day Giant Stadium opened in 1976?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I'm tellling you these demerits are scaring me. I'll be back gents.[:)]</P>


</P>


I started this by throwing a demerit at YA.</P>


Now, SEC is voluntarily taking a demerit...lol</P>


Geez, I opened Pandora's box.* If we were giving out demerits*I gauarantee you that I am the clear leader,* lol.**So, I take my demerit back from YA, and I'll ignore SEC's self imposed demerit, and we'll wipe the slate clean so that good peoples like you, BB62, don't get scared away by the "Did You Know" police squad.</P>

love the logic ZIm

YATittle1962
12-02-2009, 10:46 PM
Hey guys. </p>


Just wanted to let you know that Kris' long struggle ended yeaterday afternoon.</p>


Wanted to let you all know how much I appreciated your support, your thoughts and prayers.</p>


All is good here. I'm still*guardian of*my 16 yr. old grand daughter, so I need to keep my mind and body screwed together properly. This journey lastest long enough for me to adjust and prepare.</p>


I'll be around most days. Most of the loose ends are nearly tied up.</p>


thanks again, you guys are the best.</p>


zimmy</p>

*</p>


</p>


Z*** So sorry to hear about Kris. May she be with Aunt Jean now and at rest. You have have been a very strong and great person through the struggles along with Kris. We can all learn a thing or two from your strength. Sorry I did not get back to you sooner but we were away for a few days. Hang in there Z</p>


SEC105</p>


</p>


Thank you, SEC. You are one of the great guys on here who keeps me coming back.* I knew that you all had my back with your thoughts and prayers, and it was very important to help my day have some balance.</p>


It's quite odd, after 42 ywars, to pots around the house, and she's not there.* But, you guys are here... thank you.</p>


You certainly have my sympathies good man..May she rest in peace.</p>


Keep up the good work guys. I have learned much from this Post.</p>


Peace.</p>


</p>


Thank you for the nice words, PR666.</p>


Good to have you around.* Throw some new questions out at us.* If you're a Pats fan, look up some stuff from past Pats/Giants games for us... whatever.* Whenever we get a new guy here we end up getting good slant on questions we never had before.</p>
What Patriot scored a TD on a punt return in Giants Stadium and drew a loud cheer from the Giants Stadium faithful.


Gotta be Meggett?....no?

YATittle1962
12-02-2009, 10:48 PM
Everson Walls it was. Very solid pickup for us back then</P>


I was incorrect on my answer to Jints 10. The Jets must have been playing @ Shea Stadium when they beat the Packers in 1981 to put us in the playoffs. They did'nt move to Giants Stadium till 1984. <FONT color=#0000ff size=4>One demerit for me</FONT></P>


Who were the*2 starting QBs for the Giants and Dallas on the day Giant Stadium opened in 1976?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I'm tellling you these demerits are scaring me. I'll be back gents.[:)]</P>


</P>


I started this by throwing a demerit at YA.</P>


Now, SEC is voluntarily taking a demerit...lol</P>


Geez, I opened Pandora's box.* If we were giving out demerits*I gauarantee you that I am the clear leader,* lol.**So, I take my demerit back from YA, and I'll ignore SEC's self imposed demerit, and we'll wipe the slate clean so that good peoples like you, BB62, don't get scared away by the "Did You Know" police squad.</P>

love the logic ZIm

but I earned my demerit ;)

zimonami
12-03-2009, 05:02 AM
Z

I too want to say how sorry I am for your loss. She was a fighter who went 15 rounds. You'll carry her with you wherever you go and I'm going to try twice as hard to stump you with trivia to help take your mind off of everything.

Here's one. 23 years ago the Giants won their first SB with a CB who wore the number 23. They also won their second with a CB who wore 23 and their third with a CB wearing 23. Hopefully this 23 can repeat what the other 23 did by winning a second SB. Name them.


</P>


Hey, Ros... great to see you, and thank you for your sentiments. It was definitely the hardest 15 rounds of both of our lives. On either side, I wouldn't wish it upon my worst enemy. But, I loved being with her for every minute of her last 7 months, and I've got great memories that will easily help me endure as I move forward with my life.</P>


Thanks for the'Superb' question... and, it really was a goody. I'm just too late with my answer. I didn't remember Perry Williams was both '86 and '90.</P>


It's 4 AM. I just got home from picking my son up at work, and having a beer with him... and, then I'm up at 7AM to bring my grand daughter to her bus stop 1.6 miles away (all dirt road). If I'm lucky, I'll get a few z's from 8-10AM... </P>


Keeping busy helps to keep my head screwed on straight.</P>


Z</P>

Roswell777
12-03-2009, 12:17 PM
Z

I too want to say how sorry I am for your loss. She was a fighter who went 15 rounds. You'll carry her with you wherever you go and I'm going to try twice as hard to stump you with trivia to help take your mind off of everything.

Here's one. 23 years ago the Giants won their first SB with a CB who wore the number 23. They also won their second with a CB who wore 23 and their third with a CB wearing 23. Hopefully this 23 can repeat what the other 23 did by winning a second SB. Name them.


</p>


Hey, Ros... great to see you, and thank you for your sentiments. It was definitely the hardest 15 rounds of both of our lives. On either side, I wouldn't wish it upon my worst enemy. But, I loved being with her for every minute of her last 7 months, and I've got great memories that will easily help me endure as I move forward with my life.</p>


Thanks for the'Superb' question... and, it really was a goody. I'm just too late with my answer. I didn't remember Perry Williams was both '86 and '90.</p>


It's 4 AM. I just got home from picking my son up at work, and having a beer with him... and, then I'm up at 7AM to bring my grand daughter to her bus stop 1.6 miles away (all dirt road). If I'm lucky, I'll get a few z's from 8-10AM... </p>


Keeping busy helps to keep my head screwed on straight.</p>


Z</p>

Z

I know there are no words. I've had some significant losses in my life, including a son, but everyday you make a list and get stuff done and each day gets better. Right now it's hard to see, but it gets better.

All right here's my question. Everyone remembers that hook and ladder play a few years back that Ron Dixon took down the sidelines about 70 yards against the Eagles to almost win the game. Who lateraled the ball to Dixon?

YATittle1962
12-03-2009, 12:27 PM
**
Z

I too want to say how sorry I am for your loss.* She was a fighter who went 15 rounds.* You'll carry her with you wherever you go and I'm going to try twice as hard to stump you with trivia to help take your mind off of everything.

Here's one.* 23 years ago the Giants won their first SB with a CB who wore the number 23.* They also won their second with a CB who wore 23 and their third with a CB wearing 23.* Hopefully this 23 can repeat what the other 23 did by winning a second SB.* Name them.


</p>


Hey, Ros... great to see you, and thank you for your sentiments. It was definitely the hardest 15 rounds of both of our lives.* On either side, I wouldn't wish it upon my worst enemy. But, I loved being with her for every minute of her last 7 months, and I've got great memories that will easily help me endure as I move forward with my life.</p>


Thanks for the*'Superb' question... and, it really was a goody. I'm just too late with my answer.* I didn't remember Perry Williams was both '86 and '90.</p>


It's 4 AM. I just got home from picking my son up at work, and having a beer with him... and, then I'm up at 7AM to bring my grand daughter to her bus stop 1.6 miles away (all dirt road). If I'm lucky, I'll get a few z's from 8-10AM... </p>


Keeping busy helps to keep my head screwed on straight.</p>


Z</p>

Z

I know there are no words.* I've had some significant losses in my life, including a son, but everyday you make a list and get stuff done and each day gets better.* Right now it's hard to see, but it gets better.

All right here's my question.* Everyone remembers that hook and ladder play a few years back that Ron Dixon took down the sidelines about 70 yards against the Eagles to almost win the game.* Who lateraled the ball to Dixon?




pretty sure I remember it was Tiki



heres one...

we all know WR has been one of the Giants weakest positions for over 40 years.

who was the Giants most productive rookie WR with 49 rec. 795 yds and 7 YDS?


he wore the same number as this years rookie WR who has a chance to pass him as big blues most productive rookie WR

zimonami
12-03-2009, 12:58 PM
Z

I too want to say how sorry I am for your loss. She was a fighter who went 15 rounds. You'll carry her with you wherever you go and I'm going to try twice as hard to stump you with trivia to help take your mind off of everything.

Here's one. 23 years ago the Giants won their first SB with a CB who wore the number 23. They also won their second with a CB who wore 23 and their third with a CB wearing 23. Hopefully this 23 can repeat what the other 23 did by winning a second SB. Name them.


</P>


Hey, Ros... great to see you, and thank you for your sentiments. It was definitely the hardest 15 rounds of both of our lives. On either side, I wouldn't wish it upon my worst enemy. But, I loved being with her for every minute of her last 7 months, and I've got great memories that will easily help me endure as I move forward with my life.</P>


Thanks for the'Superb' question... and, it really was a goody. I'm just too late with my answer. I didn't remember Perry Williams was both '86 and '90.</P>


It's 4 AM. I just got home from picking my son up at work, and having a beer with him... and, then I'm up at 7AM to bring my grand daughter to her bus stop 1.6 miles away (all dirt road). If I'm lucky, I'll get a few z's from 8-10AM... </P>


Keeping busy helps to keep my head screwed on straight.</P>


Z</P>




Z

I know there are no words. I've had some significant losses in my life, including a son, but everyday you make a list and get stuff done and each day gets better. Right now it's hard to see, but it gets better.

All right here's my question. Everyone remembers that hook and ladder play a few years back that Ron Dixon took down the sidelines about 70 yards against the Eagles to almost win the game. Who lateraled the ball to Dixon?


</P>


SEC... I'm so sorry to hear that... the loss of a child is, by far, the worst. When my son was 1 yr he had a "Feaver Seizure", lapsed in to a coma, and we thought he was dead. This was 36 years ago, before 911. I was going 95 in a 40 mile zone to get him tothe hospital and was stopped by a 2 cops at a speed trap. When they saw the situation the one cop had Kris and Judd get into his car, and off they went. He was going well over 100 because he left me in the dust, and entrered a major interstate by an exit ramp, so I was afraid to follow him.Judd snapped out of it at the hospital, but I will never forget that feeling and the tears I shed while I drove like a madman. I must admit, it was far worse, and totally different than the feelings for Kris, which I had months to prepare for. </P>


Be well, SEC, and hold the best of your memories with as much comfort as possible. The pain can never go away, but a remembered moment of himis something you can smile at, too.</P>

zimonami
12-03-2009, 12:59 PM
Z

I too want to say how sorry I am for your loss. She was a fighter who went 15 rounds. You'll carry her with you wherever you go and I'm going to try twice as hard to stump you with trivia to help take your mind off of everything.

Here's one. 23 years ago the Giants won their first SB with a CB who wore the number 23. They also won their second with a CB who wore 23 and their third with a CB wearing 23. Hopefully this 23 can repeat what the other 23 did by winning a second SB. Name them.


</P>


Hey, Ros... great to see you, and thank you for your sentiments. It was definitely the hardest 15 rounds of both of our lives. On either side, I wouldn't wish it upon my worst enemy. But, I loved being with her for every minute of her last 7 months, and I've got great memories that will easily help me endure as I move forward with my life.</P>


Thanks for the'Superb' question... and, it really was a goody. I'm just too late with my answer. I didn't remember Perry Williams was both '86 and '90.</P>


It's 4 AM. I just got home from picking my son up at work, and having a beer with him... and, then I'm up at 7AM to bring my grand daughter to her bus stop 1.6 miles away (all dirt road). If I'm lucky, I'll get a few z's from 8-10AM... </P>


Keeping busy helps to keep my head screwed on straight.</P>


Z</P>




Z

I know there are no words. I've had some significant losses in my life, including a son, but everyday you make a list and get stuff done and each day gets better. Right now it's hard to see, but it gets better.

All right here's my question. Everyone remembers that hook and ladder play a few years back that Ron Dixon took down the sidelines about 70 yards against the Eagles to almost win the game. Who lateraled the ball to Dixon?


</P>


SEC... I'm so sorry to hear that... the loss of a child is, by far, the worst. When my son was 1 yr he had a "Feaver Seizure", lapsed in to a coma, and we thought he was dead. This was 36 years ago, before 911. I was going 95 in a 40 mile zone to get him tothe hospital and was stopped by a 2 cops at a speed trap. When they saw the situation the one cop had Kris and Judd get into his car, and off they went. He was going well over 100 because he left me in the dust, and entrered a major interstate by an exit ramp, so I was afraid to follow him.Judd snapped out of it at the hospital, but I will never forget that feeling and the tears I shed while I drove like a madman. I must admit, it was far worse, and totally different than the feelings for Kris, which I had months to prepare for. </P>


Be well, SEC, and hold the best of your memories with as much comfort as possible. The pain can never go away, but a remembered moment of himis something you can smile at, too.</P>

zimonami
12-03-2009, 01:07 PM
OK, the demerit slate is clean... but, it still has life.</P>


Here's the scoop:</P>


You can only get a demerit for making a silly mistake of your own on a question. This seems fair because, if you're like me, some questions you think about, and then look up tomake sure you've gotthe facts straight before posting. You have your chance.</P>


If you're called on it, you owe 1 beer to all the guys that regularly come here, assuming you ever meet, for real, at a Giant's home game. I'm going to try to make a game next season, so if you are there, and we meet, you're on the hook. One rule... no excessive beer contributions to anyone who has to drive.</P>


So, maybe we'll have a ;lot of "owesies", but the tally can be kept by our police squad, and maybe we'll have some fun with it.</P>

patsrule666
12-03-2009, 01:24 PM
Hey guys. </P>


Just wanted to let you know that Kris' long struggle ended yeaterday afternoon.</P>


Wanted to let you all know how much I appreciated your support, your thoughts and prayers.</P>


All is good here. I'm stillguardian ofmy 16 yr. old grand daughter, so I need to keep my mind and body screwed together properly. This journey lastest long enough for me to adjust and prepare.</P>


I'll be around most days. Most of the loose ends are nearly tied up.</P>


thanks again, you guys are the best.</P>


zimmy</P>


</P>


</P>


Z So sorry to hear about Kris. May she be with Aunt Jean now and at rest. You have have been a very strong and great person through the struggles along with Kris. We can all learn a thing or two from your strength. Sorry I did not get back to you sooner but we were away for a few days. Hang in there Z</P>


SEC105</P>


</P>


Thank you, SEC. You are one of the great guys on here who keeps me coming back. I knew that you all had my back with your thoughts and prayers, and it was very important to help my day have some balance.</P>


It's quite odd, after 42 ywars, to pots around the house, and she's not there. But, you guys are here... thank you.</P>


You certainly have my sympathies good man..May she rest in peace.</P>


Keep up the good work guys. I have learned much from this Post.</P>


Peace.</P>


</P>


Thank you for the nice words, PR666.</P>


Good to have you around. Throw some new questions out at us. If you're a Pats fan, look up some stuff from past Pats/Giants games for us... whatever. Whenever we get a new guy here we end up getting good slant on questions we never had before.</P>


Aaagh- see Pats/ Giants works. I know how strict the TAGF police can be. lol.</P>


This is the year i started watching football as a younger fella. What year is it?</P>


The Pats finished 2-12 that year. Good enough for worst record in the League, since the Saints finished 2-11-1.</P>


That same year, The New York Giants lost their last regular season game. Had they won that game, they would have finished tied for first place in the NFC East and taken the division championship on a tie breaker:; then,the tie breakers would have led to a coin toss between Dallas and Detroit for the NFC wildcard.</P>


Lets make it a two part question- That same year, Dallas went on to the SB, against WHO ???</P>

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-03-2009, 01:30 PM
Z

I too want to say how sorry I am for your loss. She was a fighter who went 15 rounds. You'll carry her with you wherever you go and I'm going to try twice as hard to stump you with trivia to help take your mind off of everything.

Here's one. 23 years ago the Giants won their first SB with a CB who wore the number 23. They also won their second with a CB who wore 23 and their third with a CB wearing 23. Hopefully this 23 can repeat what the other 23 did by winning a second SB. Name them.


</P>


Hey, Ros... great to see you, and thank you for your sentiments. It was definitely the hardest 15 rounds of both of our lives. On either side, I wouldn't wish it upon my worst enemy. But, I loved being with her for every minute of her last 7 months, and I've got great memories that will easily help me endure as I move forward with my life.</P>


Thanks for the'Superb' question... and, it really was a goody. I'm just too late with my answer. I didn't remember Perry Williams was both '86 and '90.</P>


It's 4 AM. I just got home from picking my son up at work, and having a beer with him... and, then I'm up at 7AM to bring my grand daughter to her bus stop 1.6 miles away (all dirt road). If I'm lucky, I'll get a few z's from 8-10AM... </P>


Keeping busy helps to keep my head screwed on straight.</P>


Z</P>




Z

I know there are no words. I've had some significant losses in my life, including a son, but everyday you make a list and get stuff done and each day gets better. Right now it's hard to see, but it gets better.

All right here's my question. Everyone remembers that hook and ladder play a few years back that Ron Dixon took down the sidelines about 70 yards against the Eagles to almost win the game. Who lateraled the ball to Dixon?


pretty sure I remember it was Tiki heres one... we all know WR has been one of the Giants weakest positions for over 40 years. who was the Giants most productive rookie WR with 49 rec. 795 yds and 7 YDS? he wore the same number as this years rookie WR who has a chance to pass him as big blues most productive rookie WR</P>


Hilliard</P>

YATittle1962
12-03-2009, 01:55 PM
**
Z

I too want to say how sorry I am for your loss.* She was a fighter who went 15 rounds.* You'll carry her with you wherever you go and I'm going to try twice as hard to stump you with trivia to help take your mind off of everything.

Here's one.* 23 years ago the Giants won their first SB with a CB who wore the number 23.* They also won their second with a CB who wore 23 and their third with a CB wearing 23.* Hopefully this 23 can repeat what the other 23 did by winning a second SB.* Name them.


</P>


Hey, Ros... great to see you, and thank you for your sentiments. It was definitely the hardest 15 rounds of both of our lives.* On either side, I wouldn't wish it upon my worst enemy. But, I loved being with her for every minute of her last 7 months, and I've got great memories that will easily help me endure as I move forward with my life.</P>


Thanks for the*'Superb' question... and, it really was a goody. I'm just too late with my answer.* I didn't remember Perry Williams was both '86 and '90.</P>


It's 4 AM. I just got home from picking my son up at work, and having a beer with him... and, then I'm up at 7AM to bring my grand daughter to her bus stop 1.6 miles away (all dirt road). If I'm lucky, I'll get a few z's from 8-10AM... </P>


Keeping busy helps to keep my head screwed on straight.</P>


Z</P>




Z

I know there are no words.* I've had some significant losses in my life, including a son, but everyday you make a list and get stuff done and each day gets better.* Right now it's hard to see, but it gets better.

All right here's my question.* Everyone remembers that hook and ladder play a few years back that Ron Dixon took down the sidelines about 70 yards against the Eagles to almost win the game.* Who lateraled the ball to Dixon?


pretty sure I remember it was Tiki heres one... we all know WR has been one of the Giants weakest positions for over 40 years. who was the Giants most productive rookie WR with 49 rec. 795 yds and 7 YDS? he wore the same number as this years rookie WR who has a chance to pass him as big blues most productive rookie WR</P>


Hilliard</P>

he wore 88 but was not our most productive rookie..

I think he only had like 2 catches his rookie year

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-03-2009, 01:59 PM
Z

I too want to say how sorry I am for your loss. She was a fighter who went 15 rounds. You'll carry her with you wherever you go and I'm going to try twice as hard to stump you with trivia to help take your mind off of everything.

Here's one. 23 years ago the Giants won their first SB with a CB who wore the number 23. They also won their second with a CB who wore 23 and their third with a CB wearing 23. Hopefully this 23 can repeat what the other 23 did by winning a second SB. Name them.


</P>


Hey, Ros... great to see you, and thank you for your sentiments. It was definitely the hardest 15 rounds of both of our lives. On either side, I wouldn't wish it upon my worst enemy. But, I loved being with her for every minute of her last 7 months, and I've got great memories that will easily help me endure as I move forward with my life.</P>


Thanks for the'Superb' question... and, it really was a goody. I'm just too late with my answer. I didn't remember Perry Williams was both '86 and '90.</P>


It's 4 AM. I just got home from picking my son up at work, and having a beer with him... and, then I'm up at 7AM to bring my grand daughter to her bus stop 1.6 miles away (all dirt road). If I'm lucky, I'll get a few z's from 8-10AM... </P>


Keeping busy helps to keep my head screwed on straight.</P>


Z</P>




Z

I know there are no words. I've had some significant losses in my life, including a son, but everyday you make a list and get stuff done and each day gets better. Right now it's hard to see, but it gets better.

All right here's my question. Everyone remembers that hook and ladder play a few years back that Ron Dixon took down the sidelines about 70 yards against the Eagles to almost win the game. Who lateraled the ball to Dixon?


pretty sure I remember it was Tiki heres one... we all know WR has been one of the Giants weakest positions for over 40 years. who was the Giants most productive rookie WR with 49 rec. 795 yds and 7 YDS? he wore the same number as this years rookie WR who has a chance to pass him as big blues most productive rookie WR</P>


Hilliard</P>


he wore 88 but was not our most productive rookie.. I think he only had like 2 catches his rookie year</P>


88? Aaron Thomas?</P>

YATittle1962
12-03-2009, 02:04 PM
**
Z

I too want to say how sorry I am for your loss.* She was a fighter who went 15 rounds.* You'll carry her with you wherever you go and I'm going to try twice as hard to stump you with trivia to help take your mind off of everything.

Here's one.* 23 years ago the Giants won their first SB with a CB who wore the number 23.* They also won their second with a CB who wore 23 and their third with a CB wearing 23.* Hopefully this 23 can repeat what the other 23 did by winning a second SB.* Name them.


</P>


Hey, Ros... great to see you, and thank you for your sentiments. It was definitely the hardest 15 rounds of both of our lives.* On either side, I wouldn't wish it upon my worst enemy. But, I loved being with her for every minute of her last 7 months, and I've got great memories that will easily help me endure as I move forward with my life.</P>


Thanks for the*'Superb' question... and, it really was a goody. I'm just too late with my answer.* I didn't remember Perry Williams was both '86 and '90.</P>


It's 4 AM. I just got home from picking my son up at work, and having a beer with him... and, then I'm up at 7AM to bring my grand daughter to her bus stop 1.6 miles away (all dirt road). If I'm lucky, I'll get a few z's from 8-10AM... </P>


Keeping busy helps to keep my head screwed on straight.</P>


Z</P>




Z

I know there are no words.* I've had some significant losses in my life, including a son, but everyday you make a list and get stuff done and each day gets better.* Right now it's hard to see, but it gets better.

All right here's my question.* Everyone remembers that hook and ladder play a few years back that Ron Dixon took down the sidelines about 70 yards against the Eagles to almost win the game.* Who lateraled the ball to Dixon?


pretty sure I remember it was Tiki heres one... we all know WR has been one of the Giants weakest positions for over 40 years. who was the Giants most productive rookie WR with 49 rec. 795 yds and 7 YDS? he wore the same number as this years rookie WR who has a chance to pass him as big blues most productive rookie WR</P>


Hilliard</P>


he wore 88 but was not our most productive rookie.. I think he only had like 2 catches his rookie year</P>


88? Aaron Thomas?</P>

Aaron played his rookie year with San Fran

this rookie was in the 80s

yatitle
12-03-2009, 02:14 PM
Z

I too want to say how sorry I am for your loss. She was a fighter who went 15 rounds. You'll carry her with you wherever you go and I'm going to try twice as hard to stump you with trivia to help take your mind off of everything.

Here's one. 23 years ago the Giants won their first SB with a CB who wore the number 23. They also won their second with a CB who wore 23 and their third with a CB wearing 23. Hopefully this 23 can repeat what the other 23 did by winning a second SB. Name them.


</P>


Hey, Ros... great to see you, and thank you for your sentiments. It was definitely the hardest 15 rounds of both of our lives. On either side, I wouldn't wish it upon my worst enemy. But, I loved being with her for every minute of her last 7 months, and I've got great memories that will easily help me endure as I move forward with my life.</P>


Thanks for the'Superb' question... and, it really was a goody. I'm just too late with my answer. I didn't remember Perry Williams was both '86 and '90.</P>


It's 4 AM. I just got home from picking my son up at work, and having a beer with him... and, then I'm up at 7AM to bring my grand daughter to her bus stop 1.6 miles away (all dirt road). If I'm lucky, I'll get a few z's from 8-10AM... </P>


Keeping busy helps to keep my head screwed on straight.</P>


Z</P>




Z

I know there are no words. I've had some significant losses in my life, including a son, but everyday you make a list and get stuff done and each day gets better. Right now it's hard to see, but it gets better.

All right here's my question. Everyone remembers that hook and ladder play a few years back that Ron Dixon took down the sidelines about 70 yards against the Eagles to almost win the game. Who lateraled the ball to Dixon?


pretty sure I remember it was Tiki heres one... we all know WR has been one of the Giants weakest positions for over 40 years. who was the Giants most productive rookie WR with 49 rec. 795 yds and 7 YDS? he wore the same number as this years rookie WR who has a chance to pass him as big blues most productive rookie WR</P>


Hilliard</P>


he wore 88 but was not our most productive rookie.. I think he only had like 2 catches his rookie year</P>


88? Aaron Thomas?</P>


Aaron played his rookie year with San Fran this rookie was in the 80s</P>


</P>


Bobby Johnson</P>

YATittle1962
12-03-2009, 02:47 PM
**
Z

I too want to say how sorry I am for your loss.* She was a fighter who went 15 rounds.* You'll carry her with you wherever you go and I'm going to try twice as hard to stump you with trivia to help take your mind off of everything.

Here's one.* 23 years ago the Giants won their first SB with a CB who wore the number 23.* They also won their second with a CB who wore 23 and their third with a CB wearing 23.* Hopefully this 23 can repeat what the other 23 did by winning a second SB.* Name them.


</P>


Hey, Ros... great to see you, and thank you for your sentiments. It was definitely the hardest 15 rounds of both of our lives.* On either side, I wouldn't wish it upon my worst enemy. But, I loved being with her for every minute of her last 7 months, and I've got great memories that will easily help me endure as I move forward with my life.</P>


Thanks for the*'Superb' question... and, it really was a goody. I'm just too late with my answer.* I didn't remember Perry Williams was both '86 and '90.</P>


It's 4 AM. I just got home from picking my son up at work, and having a beer with him... and, then I'm up at 7AM to bring my grand daughter to her bus stop 1.6 miles away (all dirt road). If I'm lucky, I'll get a few z's from 8-10AM... </P>


Keeping busy helps to keep my head screwed on straight.</P>


Z</P>




Z

I know there are no words.* I've had some significant losses in my life, including a son, but everyday you make a list and get stuff done and each day gets better.* Right now it's hard to see, but it gets better.

All right here's my question.* Everyone remembers that hook and ladder play a few years back that Ron Dixon took down the sidelines about 70 yards against the Eagles to almost win the game.* Who lateraled the ball to Dixon?


pretty sure I remember it was Tiki heres one... we all know WR has been one of the Giants weakest positions for over 40 years. who was the Giants most productive rookie WR with 49 rec. 795 yds and 7 YDS? he wore the same number as this years rookie WR who has a chance to pass him as big blues most productive rookie WR</P>


Hilliard</P>


he wore 88 but was not our most productive rookie.. I think he only had like 2 catches his rookie year</P>


88? Aaron Thomas?</P>


Aaron played his rookie year with San Fran this rookie was in the 80s</P>


*</P>


Bobby Johnson</P>

Mr. 4th and 17 himself......good call

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-03-2009, 04:56 PM
Z

I too want to say how sorry I am for your loss. She was a fighter who went 15 rounds. You'll carry her with you wherever you go and I'm going to try twice as hard to stump you with trivia to help take your mind off of everything.

Here's one. 23 years ago the Giants won their first SB with a CB who wore the number 23. They also won their second with a CB who wore 23 and their third with a CB wearing 23. Hopefully this 23 can repeat what the other 23 did by winning a second SB. Name them.


</P>


Hey, Ros... great to see you, and thank you for your sentiments. It was definitely the hardest 15 rounds of both of our lives. On either side, I wouldn't wish it upon my worst enemy. But, I loved being with her for every minute of her last 7 months, and I've got great memories that will easily help me endure as I move forward with my life.</P>


Thanks for the'Superb' question... and, it really was a goody. I'm just too late with my answer. I didn't remember Perry Williams was both '86 and '90.</P>


It's 4 AM. I just got home from picking my son up at work, and having a beer with him... and, then I'm up at 7AM to bring my grand daughter to her bus stop 1.6 miles away (all dirt road). If I'm lucky, I'll get a few z's from 8-10AM... </P>


Keeping busy helps to keep my head screwed on straight.</P>


Z</P>




Z

I know there are no words. I've had some significant losses in my life, including a son, but everyday you make a list and get stuff done and each day gets better. Right now it's hard to see, but it gets better.

All right here's my question. Everyone remembers that hook and ladder play a few years back that Ron Dixon took down the sidelines about 70 yards against the Eagles to almost win the game. Who lateraled the ball to Dixon?


pretty sure I remember it was Tiki heres one... we all know WR has been one of the Giants weakest positions for over 40 years. who was the Giants most productive rookie WR with 49 rec. 795 yds and 7 YDS? he wore the same number as this years rookie WR who has a chance to pass him as big blues most productive rookie WR</P>


Hilliard</P>


he wore 88 but was not our most productive rookie.. I think he only had like 2 catches his rookie year</P>


88? Aaron Thomas?</P>


Aaron played his rookie year with San Fran this rookie was in the 80s</P>


</P>


Bobby Johnson</P>


</P>


Really? Interesting. And begs the question [8] Where have you gone Stacy Robinson?[8]</P>

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-03-2009, 04:57 PM
OK, not a Giants question but who cares.</P>


What was Ahmad Rashad's name before he changed it?</P>

SEC105
12-03-2009, 05:11 PM
OK, not a Giants question but who cares.</P>


What was Ahmad Rashad's name before he changed it?</P>


</P>


I think it was Bobby Moore?</P>


Z</P>

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-03-2009, 05:13 PM
OK, not a Giants question but who cares.</P>


What was Ahmad Rashad's name before he changed it?</P>


</P>


I think it was Bobby Moore?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


very nice. I think you meant you knew it was Boobby Moore[:D]</P>

SEC105
12-03-2009, 05:20 PM
Hey guys. </P>


Just wanted to let you know that Kris' long struggle ended yeaterday afternoon.</P>


Wanted to let you all know how much I appreciated your support, your thoughts and prayers.</P>


All is good here. I'm stillguardian ofmy 16 yr. old grand daughter, so I need to keep my mind and body screwed together properly. This journey lastest long enough for me to adjust and prepare.</P>


I'll be around most days. Most of the loose ends are nearly tied up.</P>


thanks again, you guys are the best.</P>


zimmy</P>


</P>


</P>


Z So sorry to hear about Kris. May she be with Aunt Jean now and at rest. You have have been a very strong and great person through the struggles along with Kris. We can all learn a thing or two from your strength. Sorry I did not get back to you sooner but we were away for a few days. Hang in there Z</P>


SEC105</P>


</P>


Thank you, SEC. You are one of the great guys on here who keeps me coming back. I knew that you all had my back with your thoughts and prayers, and it was very important to help my day have some balance.</P>


It's quite odd, after 42 ywars, to pots around the house, and she's not there. But, you guys are here... thank you.</P>


You certainly have my sympathies good man..May she rest in peace.</P>


Keep up the good work guys. I have learned much from this Post.</P>


Peace.</P>


</P>


Thank you for the nice words, PR666.</P>


Good to have you around. Throw some new questions out at us. If you're a Pats fan, look up some stuff from past Pats/Giants games for us... whatever. Whenever we get a new guy here we end up getting good slant on questions we never had before.</P>


Aaagh- see Pats/ Giants works. I know how strict the TAGF police can be. lol.</P>


This is the year i started watching football as a younger fella. What year is it?</P>


The Pats finished 2-12 that year. Good enough for worst record in the League, since the Saints finished 2-11-1.</P>


That same year, The New York Giants lost their last regular season game. Had they won that game, they would have finished tied for first place in the NFC East and taken the division championship on a tie breaker:; then,the tie breakers would have led to a coin toss between Dallas and Detroit for the NFC wildcard.</P>


Lets make it a two part question- That same year, Dallas went on to the SB, against WHO ???</P>


</P>


This sounds like the Seperated shoulder Emmit Smith game.Our last game of the 93 season @ Giants Stadium.....Patsrule</P>


Cowboys beat the Bills for one of their 4 SB losses</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
12-03-2009, 05:25 PM
OK, not a Giants question but who cares.</P>


What was Ahmad Rashad's name before he changed it?</P>


</P>


I think it was Bobby Moore?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


very nice. I think you meant you knew it was Boobby Moore[:D]</P>


</P>


Thanks BB62 yeah I did remember for some strange reason..don't know why</P>


Who was the Dallas Cowboy QB who had 1 great Thanksgiving Day game , mid 70s ?..... Sometime later he suckerpunched out Roger Staubach in the locker room. Landry dumped like the next day.</P>


Z</P>

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-03-2009, 05:30 PM
OK, not a Giants question but who cares.</P>


What was Ahmad Rashad's name before he changed it?</P>


</P>


I think it was Bobby Moore?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


very nice. I think you meant you knew it was Boobby Moore[:D]</P>


</P>


Thanks BB62 yeah I did remember for some strange reason..don't know why</P>


Who was the Dallas Cowboy QB who had 1 great Thanksgiving Day game , mid 70s ?..... Sometime later he suckerpunched out Roger Staubach in the locker room. Landry dumped like the next day.</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Remember it like it was yesterday! Clint Longley.</P>

patsrule666
12-03-2009, 05:49 PM
Hey guys. </P>


Just wanted to let you know that Kris' long struggle ended yeaterday afternoon.</P>


Wanted to let you all know how much I appreciated your support, your thoughts and prayers.</P>


All is good here. I'm stillguardian ofmy 16 yr. old grand daughter, so I need to keep my mind and body screwed together properly. This journey lastest long enough for me to adjust and prepare.</P>


I'll be around most days. Most of the loose ends are nearly tied up.</P>


thanks again, you guys are the best.</P>


zimmy</P>


</P>


</P>


Z So sorry to hear about Kris. May she be with Aunt Jean now and at rest. You have have been a very strong and great person through the struggles along with Kris. We can all learn a thing or two from your strength. Sorry I did not get back to you sooner but we were away for a few days. Hang in there Z</P>


SEC105</P>


</P>


Thank you, SEC. You are one of the great guys on here who keeps me coming back. I knew that you all had my back with your thoughts and prayers, and it was very important to help my day have some balance.</P>


It's quite odd, after 42 ywars, to pots around the house, and she's not there. But, you guys are here... thank you.</P>


You certainly have my sympathies good man..May she rest in peace.</P>


Keep up the good work guys. I have learned much from this Post.</P>


Peace.</P>


</P>


Thank you for the nice words, PR666.</P>


Good to have you around. Throw some new questions out at us. If you're a Pats fan, look up some stuff from past Pats/Giants games for us... whatever. Whenever we get a new guy here we end up getting good slant on questions we never had before.</P>


Aaagh- see Pats/ Giants works. I know how strict the TAGF police can be. lol.</P>


This is the year i started watching football as a younger fella. What year is it?</P>


The Pats finished 2-12 that year. Good enough for worst record in the League, since the Saints finished 2-11-1.</P>


That same year, The New York Giants lost their last regular season game. Had they won that game, they would have finished tied for first place in the NFC East and taken the division championship on a tie breaker:; then,the tie breakers would have led to a coin toss between Dallas and Detroit for the NFC wildcard.</P>


Lets make it a two part question- That same year, Dallas went on to the SB, against WHO ???</P>


</P>


This sounds like the Seperated shoulder Emmit Smith game.Our last game of the 93 season @ Giants Stadium.....Patsrule</P>


Cowboys beat the Bills for one of their 4 SB losses</P>


Z</P>


Not a bad guess, but i am a wee bit older than that. unfortunatly. 93 was Bledsoes rookie year and we won 4-5 games that year.</P>


We were called the Boston Patriots back then..And its also the same year NFC playersstarted havingtheir last name on the backs of jerseys.</P>

SEC105
12-03-2009, 06:10 PM
OK, not a Giants question but who cares.</P>


What was Ahmad Rashad's name before he changed it?</P>


</P>


I think it was Bobby Moore?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


very nice. I think you meant you knew it was Boobby Moore[:D]</P>


</P>


Thanks BB62 yeah I did remember for some strange reason..don't know why</P>


Who was the Dallas Cowboy QB who had 1 great Thanksgiving Day game , mid 70s ?..... Sometime later he suckerpunched out Roger Staubach in the locker room. Landry dumped like the next day.</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Remember it like it was yesterday! Clint Longley.</P>


</P>


That was him. He "punched his ticket" right outof Dallas. Anyone remember where the Cowboys traded him too?</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
12-03-2009, 06:17 PM
Hey guys. </P>


Just wanted to let you know that Kris' long struggle ended yeaterday afternoon.</P>


Wanted to let you all know how much I appreciated your support, your thoughts and prayers.</P>


All is good here. I'm stillguardian ofmy 16 yr. old grand daughter, so I need to keep my mind and body screwed together properly. This journey lastest long enough for me to adjust and prepare.</P>


I'll be around most days. Most of the loose ends are nearly tied up.</P>


thanks again, you guys are the best.</P>


zimmy</P>


</P>


</P>


Z So sorry to hear about Kris. May she be with Aunt Jean now and at rest. You have have been a very strong and great person through the struggles along with Kris. We can all learn a thing or two from your strength. Sorry I did not get back to you sooner but we were away for a few days. Hang in there Z</P>


SEC105</P>


</P>


Thank you, SEC. You are one of the great guys on here who keeps me coming back. I knew that you all had my back with your thoughts and prayers, and it was very important to help my day have some balance.</P>


It's quite odd, after 42 ywars, to pots around the house, and she's not there. But, you guys are here... thank you.</P>


You certainly have my sympathies good man..May she rest in peace.</P>


Keep up the good work guys. I have learned much from this Post.</P>


Peace.</P>


</P>


Thank you for the nice words, PR666.</P>


Good to have you around. Throw some new questions out at us. If you're a Pats fan, look up some stuff from past Pats/Giants games for us... whatever. Whenever we get a new guy here we end up getting good slant on questions we never had before.</P>


Aaagh- see Pats/ Giants works. I know how strict the TAGF police can be. lol.</P>


This is the year i started watching football as a younger fella. What year is it?</P>


The Pats finished 2-12 that year. Good enough for worst record in the League, since the Saints finished 2-11-1.</P>


That same year, The New York Giants lost their last regular season game. Had they won that game, they would have finished tied for first place in the NFC East and taken the division championship on a tie breaker:; then,the tie breakers would have led to a coin toss between Dallas and Detroit for the NFC wildcard.</P>


Lets make it a two part question- That same year, Dallas went on to the SB, against WHO ???</P>


</P>


This sounds like the Seperated shoulder Emmit Smith game.Our last game of the 93 season @ Giants Stadium.....Patsrule</P>


Cowboys beat the Bills for one of their 4 SB losses</P>


Z</P>


Not a bad guess, but i am a wee bit older than that. unfortunatly. 93 was Bledsoes rookie year and we won 4-5 games that year.</P>


We were called the Boston Patriots back then..And its also the same year NFC playersstarted havingtheir last name on the backs of jerseys.</P>


</P>


This was back when you guys were still called the Boston Patriots? We did'nt have many good teams during many of those years lol .Gonna have to think on this one Pats. One of the other guys on here might know off the top of their head</P>


Z</P>


</P>

patsrule666
12-03-2009, 06:42 PM
You guys are pretty darn impressive to say the least SEC105. I am really amazed that you guys remember this stuff off the top of your heads. I have trouble remembering games two weeks ago,and our anniversary. lol.</P>


Just for the record, i will be rooting hard for you guys this weekend. I certainly hope the G-Men can turn this thing around for you guys.</P>


Oh and i can relate to you guys having all those lean years, as we ourselves had many losing seasons in the 70s and 80s.</P>

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-03-2009, 07:04 PM
OK, not a Giants question but who cares.</P>


What was Ahmad Rashad's name before he changed it?</P>


</P>


I think it was Bobby Moore?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


very nice. I think you meant you knew it was Boobby Moore[:D]</P>


</P>


Thanks BB62 yeah I did remember for some strange reason..don't know why</P>


Who was the Dallas Cowboy QB who had 1 great Thanksgiving Day game , mid 70s ?..... Sometime later he suckerpunched out Roger Staubach in the locker room. Landry dumped like the next day.</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Remember it like it was yesterday! Clint Longley.</P>


</P>


That was him. He "punched his ticket" right outof Dallas. Anyone remember where the Cowboys traded him too?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Redskins???????</P>

jints10
12-03-2009, 07:38 PM
Hey guys. </p>


Just wanted to let you know that Kris' long struggle ended yeaterday afternoon.</p>


Wanted to let you all know how much I appreciated your support, your thoughts and prayers.</p>


All is good here. I'm stillguardian ofmy 16 yr. old grand daughter, so I need to keep my mind and body screwed together properly. This journey lastest long enough for me to adjust and prepare.</p>


I'll be around most days. Most of the loose ends are nearly tied up.</p>


thanks again, you guys are the best.</p>


zimmy</p>

</p>


</p>


Z So sorry to hear about Kris. May she be with Aunt Jean now and at rest. You have have been a very strong and great person through the struggles along with Kris. We can all learn a thing or two from your strength. Sorry I did not get back to you sooner but we were away for a few days. Hang in there Z</p>


SEC105</p>


</p>


Thank you, SEC. You are one of the great guys on here who keeps me coming back. I knew that you all had my back with your thoughts and prayers, and it was very important to help my day have some balance.</p>


It's quite odd, after 42 ywars, to pots around the house, and she's not there. But, you guys are here... thank you.</p>


You certainly have my sympathies good man..May she rest in peace.</p>


Keep up the good work guys. I have learned much from this Post.</p>


Peace.</p>


</p>


Thank you for the nice words, PR666.</p>


Good to have you around. Throw some new questions out at us. If you're a Pats fan, look up some stuff from past Pats/Giants games for us... whatever. Whenever we get a new guy here we end up getting good slant on questions we never had before.</p>
What Patriot scored a TD on a punt return in Giants Stadium and drew a loud cheer from the Giants Stadium faithful.


Gotta be Meggett?....no?
It was Meggett YA and he actually bent down and kissed the Giants Stadium turf after the play.

rbcarpenter
12-03-2009, 09:11 PM
i think the answer to patsrule666 question is 1972.giants had to beat the rams in the finale to win the division,and the boys played the colts and lost super bowl 5.

patsrule666
12-04-2009, 10:18 AM
i think the answer to patsrule666 question is 1972.giants had to beat the rams in the finale to win the division,and the boys played the colts and lost super bowl 5. You sir are good. Everything is right except the date, it was 1970.. Well Done.

SEC105
12-04-2009, 04:48 PM
OK, not a Giants question but who cares.</P>


What was Ahmad Rashad's name before he changed it?</P>


</P>


I think it was Bobby Moore?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


very nice. I think you meant you knew it was Boobby Moore[:D]</P>


</P>


Thanks BB62 yeah I did remember for some strange reason..don't know why</P>


Who was the Dallas Cowboy QB who had 1 great Thanksgiving Day game , mid 70s ?..... Sometime later he suckerpunched out Roger Staubach in the locker room. Landry dumped like the next day.</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Remember it like it was yesterday! Clint Longley.</P>


</P>


That was him. He "punched his ticket" right outof Dallas. Anyone remember where the Cowboys traded him too?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Redskins???????</P>


</P>


no it was a west coast team</P>


did the Patriots ever play @ Fenway Park?</P>


Z</P>

YATittle1962
12-04-2009, 04:55 PM
OK, not a Giants question but who cares.</P>


What was Ahmad Rashad's name before he changed it?</P>


</P>


I think it was Bobby Moore?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


very nice. I think you meant you knew it was Boobby Moore[:D]</P>


</P>


Thanks BB62*** yeah I did remember for some strange reason..don't know why</P>


Who was the Dallas Cowboy QB who had 1 great Thanksgiving Day game , mid 70s ?..... Sometime later he sucker*punched out Roger Staubach in the locker room. Landry dumped like the next day.</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Remember it like it was yesterday! Clint Longley.</P>


</P>


That was him. He "punched his ticket" right out*of Dallas. Anyone remember where the Cowboys traded him too?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Redskins???????</P>


</P>


no it was a west coast team</P>


did the Patriots ever play @ Fenway Park?</P>


Z</P>

I know he was a backup to Fouts in San Diego

not sure if it was right from the Cowboys though

SEC105
12-04-2009, 04:55 PM
4 and 17 vs Minny during the 86 SBseason. Bobby Johnson makes the catch. Miracle.....Name 2 other recievers on the field with Johnson</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
12-04-2009, 04:58 PM
OK, not a Giants question but who cares.</P>


What was Ahmad Rashad's name before he changed it?</P>


</P>


I think it was Bobby Moore?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


very nice. I think you meant you knew it was Boobby Moore[:D]</P>


</P>


Thanks BB62 yeah I did remember for some strange reason..don't know why</P>


Who was the Dallas Cowboy QB who had 1 great Thanksgiving Day game , mid 70s ?..... Sometime later he suckerpunched out Roger Staubach in the locker room. Landry dumped like the next day.</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Remember it like it was yesterday! Clint Longley.</P>


</P>


That was him. He "punched his ticket" right outof Dallas. Anyone remember where the Cowboys traded him too?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Redskins???????</P>


</P>


no it was a west coast team</P>


did the Patriots ever play @ Fenway Park?</P>


Z</P>


I know he was a backup to Fouts in San Diego not sure if it was right from the Cowboys though</P>


Nice call YA......thats were Longley was sent , San Diego. I 'm pretty sure that was the last NFL team he played for</P>


Z</P>

YATittle1962
12-04-2009, 05:01 PM
4 and 17 vs Minny during the 86 SB*season. Bobby Johnson makes the catch. Miracle.....Name 2 other recievers on the field with Johnson</P>


Z*</P>

as a wild guess ill say Stacy Robinson and Lionel Manuel

patsrule666
12-04-2009, 05:13 PM
OK, not a Giants question but who cares.</P>


What was Ahmad Rashad's name before he changed it?</P>


</P>


I think it was Bobby Moore?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


very nice. I think you meant you knew it was Boobby Moore[:D]</P>


</P>


Thanks BB62 yeah I did remember for some strange reason..don't know why</P>


Who was the Dallas Cowboy QB who had 1 great Thanksgiving Day game , mid 70s ?..... Sometime later he suckerpunched out Roger Staubach in the locker room. Landry dumped like the next day.</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Remember it like it was yesterday! Clint Longley.</P>


</P>


That was him. He "punched his ticket" right outof Dallas. Anyone remember where the Cowboys traded him too?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Redskins???????</P>


</P>


no it was a west coast team</P>


did the Patriots ever play @ Fenway Park?</P>


Z</P>


Yes. I think it was only for 2-3 yrs in the early to mid 60s.</P>


I met a NY Giants Tight End one day. I beleive he was from Winthrop Mass. Any idea ??</P>

SEC105
12-04-2009, 05:22 PM
4 and 17 vs Minny during the 86 SBseason. Bobby Johnson makes the catch. Miracle.....Name 2 other recievers on the field with Johnson</P>


Z</P>


as a wild guess ill say Stacy Robinson and Lionel Manuel</P>


Stacy was one of em................not Lionel though</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
12-04-2009, 05:26 PM
OK, not a Giants question but who cares.</P>


What was Ahmad Rashad's name before he changed it?</P>


</P>


I think it was Bobby Moore?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


very nice. I think you meant you knew it was Boobby Moore[:D]</P>


</P>


Thanks BB62 yeah I did remember for some strange reason..don't know why</P>


Who was the Dallas Cowboy QB who had 1 great Thanksgiving Day game , mid 70s ?..... Sometime later he suckerpunched out Roger Staubach in the locker room. Landry dumped like the next day.</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Remember it like it was yesterday! Clint Longley.</P>


</P>


That was him. He "punched his ticket" right outof Dallas. Anyone remember where the Cowboys traded him too?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Redskins???????</P>


</P>


no it was a west coast team</P>


did the Patriots ever play @ Fenway Park?</P>


Z</P>


Yes. I think it was only for 2-3 yrs in the early to mid 60s.</P>


I met a NY Giants Tight End one day. I beleive he was from Winthrop Mass. Any idea ??</P>


</P>


I did'nt know the Pats played in Fenway.Thought I'd heard it but was not sure</P>


Would the TE be Bravaro? He's from New England</P>


Who was leading rusher for the Pats during the 1960s.This I know the answer too</P>


Z</P>

patsrule666
12-04-2009, 05:32 PM
SEC105- That would be correct with Bavaro. I beleive he is also in the process of writing a book.</P>


Jim Nance ?</P>

SEC105
12-04-2009, 05:46 PM
SEC105- That would be correct with Bavaro. I beleive he is also in the process of writing a book.</P>


Jim Nance ?</P>


</P>


I always thought it was Gino Cappellitti...now you got me wondering.maybe it was Nance</P>


Z</P>

patsrule666
12-04-2009, 06:02 PM
SEC105- That would be correct with Bavaro. I beleive he is also in the process of writing a book.</P>


Jim Nance ?</P>


</P>


I always thought it was Gino Cappellitti...now you got me wondering.maybe it was Nance</P>


Z</P>


LOL now you got me thinking. I was torn between him and Gino. Now i will have to go look it up.</P>


The wife says i have a small case of KRAFT, and she might be right.</P>


Kant</P>


Remember</P>


A </P>


F******</P>


Thing.</P>

SEC105
12-04-2009, 06:14 PM
SEC105- That would be correct with Bavaro. I beleive he is also in the process of writing a book.</P>


Jim Nance ?</P>


</P>


I always thought it was Gino Cappellitti...now you got me wondering.maybe it was Nance</P>


Z</P>


LOL now you got me thinking. I was torn between him and Gino. Now i will have to go look it up.</P>


The wife says i have a small case of KRAFT, and she might be right.</P>


Kant</P>


Remember</P>


A </P>


F******</P>


Thing.</P>


</P>


KRAFT LOL I too get accused of the same thing. It's not true[;)]</P>

patsrule666
12-04-2009, 06:17 PM
Cappeletti ( !960-1969 ) = 4,595</P>


Nance ( 1965-1969 ) = 4,939</P>


Gino was our leading scorer through the 60s. And in my mind, the second greatest Patriot. Behind #12 of course.</P>


Some good stuff. I will try to come up with some good questions for you guys, and i promise not to force feed too much Patriots stuff at you.</P>


GO GIANTS- BEAT DALLAS.</P>


Peace.</P>

YATittle1962
12-04-2009, 10:00 PM
during the merger year Boston Patriots vs NY Giants....

who scored that day for the Patriots?

;) sorry patsrule...just havin a little fun

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-05-2009, 02:17 PM
4 and 17 vs Minny during the 86 SBseason. Bobby Johnson makes the catch. Miracle.....Name 2 other recievers on the field with Johnson</P>


Z</P>


as a wild guess ill say Stacy Robinson and Lionel Manuel</P>


Stacy was one of em................not Lionel though</P>


Z</P>


</P>


McConkey</P>

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-05-2009, 02:20 PM
4 and 17 vs Minny during the 86 SBseason. Bobby Johnson makes the catch. Miracle.....Name 2 other recievers on the field with Johnson</P>


Z</P>


as a wild guess ill say Stacy Robinson and Lionel Manuel</P>


Stacy was one of em................not Lionel though</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Lionel was injured and didn't come back until the playoffs. Caught a TD in the incredibly windy Giant-Redskin NFC Championship game which we won 17-0 against Jay Schroeder etc. Gotta be McConkey.</P>

YATittle1962
12-05-2009, 04:27 PM
4 and 17 vs Minny during the 86 SB*season. Bobby Johnson makes the catch. Miracle.....Name 2 other recievers on the field with Johnson</P>


Z*</P>


as a wild guess ill say Stacy Robinson and Lionel Manuel</P>


Stacy was one of em................not Lionel though</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Lionel was injured and didn't come back until the playoffs. Caught a TD in the incredibly windy Giant-Redskin NFC Championship game which we won 17-0 against Jay Schroeder etc. Gotta be McConkey.</P>

yr right...gotta be Phil...

so glad we got him back from GB

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-05-2009, 04:32 PM
4 and 17 vs Minny during the 86 SBseason. Bobby Johnson makes the catch. Miracle.....Name 2 other recievers on the field with Johnson</P>


Z</P>


as a wild guess ill say Stacy Robinson and Lionel Manuel</P>


Stacy was one of em................not Lionel though</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Lionel was injured and didn't come back until the playoffs. Caught a TD in the incredibly windy Giant-Redskin NFC Championship game which we won 17-0 against Jay Schroeder etc. Gotta be McConkey.</P>


yr right...gotta be Phil... so glad we got him back from GB</P>


ThanksYelverton. I am such a flowing fountain of useless information!</P>

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-05-2009, 04:34 PM
We all know that Pepper Johnson was one of the two players dancing at midfield after SB XX1.</P>


Who was the other player?</P>

jints10
12-05-2009, 05:12 PM
We all know that Pepper Johnson was one of the two players dancing at midfield after SB XX1.</p>


Who was the other player?</p>
William Roberts they called it the "Stomp and Grind"

YATittle1962
12-05-2009, 05:42 PM
2003 season....first meeting between the Cowboys and Giants....@ Giants Stadium...

Giants fall behind early 23 - 7

they rally back to take a 32 - 29 lead with 11 seconds to go...

how did that game end?

...and coaching wise....what was significant about that game?

benched
12-05-2009, 06:08 PM
2003 season....first meeting between the Cowboys and Giants....@ Giants Stadium...

Giants fall behind early 23 - 7

they rally back to take a 32 - 29 lead with 11 seconds to go...

how did that game end?

...and coaching wise....what was significant about that game?

OK. didn't we hate that finish! Gmen lost after the kickoff by Bryant went OB and Dallas tied with FG. Then lost in OT by FG. ARGHHH!

The coach thing is on the tip of my brain. I'll get it.

rbcarpenter
12-05-2009, 06:18 PM
was it parcells first win as a dallas coach?

YATittle1962
12-05-2009, 06:24 PM
you guys nailed that one quick...

yup that was the out of bounds kickoff game that we lost in OT..

and was Parcells first win over the Giants as a division rival

remember his actions on the sidelines after the win....it gave me a brief hatred for Parcells...

Ive gotten over it

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-06-2009, 10:15 AM
We all know that Pepper Johnson was one of the two players dancing at midfield after SB XX1.</P>


Who was the other player?</P>



William Roberts they called it the "Stomp and Grind"
</P>


nicely done</P>

YATittle1962
12-06-2009, 12:23 PM
Its Dallas day gentlemen!!!!

what is the Giants vs Cowboys all time record?

...and how many of those games have been decided by less than a TD?





Z

zimonami
12-07-2009, 10:45 AM
Its Dallas day gentlemen!!!! what is the Giants vs Cowboys all time record? ...and how many of those games have been decided by less than a TD? Z</P>


No one guessed yet?</P>


I'll say we are 47-58-1, with 16 games decided by less than a TD.</P>

zimonami
12-07-2009, 10:46 AM
I felt that yesterday's victory was a gift, especially for me, so that I wouldn't have to be bumming last night and all week.</P>


Thank you, Gmen</P>

Roswell777
12-07-2009, 11:07 AM
I felt that yesterday's victory was a gift, especially for me, so that I wouldn't have to be bumming last night and all week.</p>


Thank you, Gmen</p>

There's something special about beating Dallas twice and the confounded look on Bum Jr.'s face. Would have loved to see all those insert shots of Jerry that were so prominent in the Dallas stadium opener.

It will be even sweeter if this game starts Dallas on their traditional downward spiral.

Now I've got a trivial question for you guys that you can't look up even if you tried. After the Giants first SB victory in XXI, as everyone was on the field milling around, one Giant found a gun and was seen on TV taking the gun and passing it to a security officer. Name the Giant.

YATittle1962
12-07-2009, 12:52 PM
I felt that yesterday's victory was a gift, especially for me, so that I wouldn't have to be bumming last night and all week.</p>


Thank you, Gmen</p>

There's something special about beating Dallas twice and the confounded look on Bum Jr.'s face.* Would have loved to see all those insert shots of Jerry that were so prominent in the Dallas stadium opener.*

It will be even sweeter if this game starts Dallas on their traditional downward spiral.

Now I've got a trivial question for you guys that you can't look up even if you tried.* After the Giants first SB victory in XXI,* as everyone was on the field milling around, one Giant found a gun and was seen on TV taking the gun and passing it to a security officer.* Name the Giant.




Phil McConkey

the gun was just laying there on the ground....they said a security guard must have dropped it in all the celebrating...

the man is a hero

YATittle1962
12-07-2009, 12:57 PM
Its Dallas day gentlemen!!!! what is the Giants vs Cowboys all time record? ...and how many of those games have been decided by less than a TD? Z</P>


No one guessed yet?</P>


I'll say we are 47-58-1, with 16 games decided by less than a TD.</P>

56-36-2 with 30 games being decided by less than a TD

hell of a win last night ZImmy....I was thinking of you while at the game ...

on that long TD catch by Jacobs I was thinking that Kris made sure he didnt step out of bounds.....he sure was close.......never saw the big man move that fast.......she pushed him along for us

SEC105
12-07-2009, 04:29 PM
It was great to see the Stadium rocking yesterday. Some young guybehind me said [ must have been his first game] "GodGiants Stadiumis unreal...I love this place!".......I told him "YES....... it is"</P>


Our second game against Dallas @ home in 1986.....which Giant sacked Danny White taking him out of game...........and who replaced White</P>


Z</P>

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-07-2009, 04:51 PM
It was great to see the Stadium rocking yesterday. Some young guybehind me said [ must have been his first game] "GodGiants Stadiumis unreal...I love this place!".......I told him "YES....... it is"</P>


Our second game against Dallas @ home in 1986.....which Giant sacked Danny White taking him out of game...........and who replaced White</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Leonard Marshall</P>


Jason Garrett</P>

SEC105
12-07-2009, 05:15 PM
It was great to see the Stadium rocking yesterday. Some young guybehind me said [ must have been his first game] "GodGiants Stadiumis unreal...I love this place!".......I told him "YES....... it is"</P>


Our second game against Dallas @ home in 1986.....which Giant sacked Danny White taking him out of game...........and who replaced White</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Leonard Marshall</P>


Jason Garrett</P>


</P>


Good guess BB62..................it was a Giant Linebacker though and the Dallas QBs initials SP</P>


Z</P>

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-07-2009, 05:21 PM
It was great to see the Stadium rocking yesterday. Some young guybehind me said [ must have been his first game] "GodGiants Stadiumis unreal...I love this place!".......I told him "YES....... it is"</P>


Our second game against Dallas @ home in 1986.....which Giant sacked Danny White taking him out of game...........and who replaced White</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Leonard Marshall</P>


Jason Garrett</P>


</P>


Good guess BB62..................it was a Giant Linebacker though and the Dallas QBs initials SP</P>


Z</P>


</P>


SP that has to be Steve Pelluer. And I'll guess LT.</P>

SEC105
12-07-2009, 05:32 PM
It was great to see the Stadium rocking yesterday. Some young guybehind me said [ must have been his first game] "GodGiants Stadiumis unreal...I love this place!".......I told him "YES....... it is"</P>


Our second game against Dallas @ home in 1986.....which Giant sacked Danny White taking him out of game...........and who replaced White</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Leonard Marshall</P>


Jason Garrett</P>


</P>


Good guess BB62..................it was a Giant Linebacker though and the Dallas QBs initials SP</P>


Z</P>


</P>


SP that has to be Steve Pelluer. And I'll guess LT.</P>


</P>


Yup it was Steve Pelluer.Good call...........Different Giant LB......One of the other best of all time. </P>


In that same game [1986 @ home]we held Herschel Walker and what other famous Dallas RB under 100 yards on the ground?</P>


Z</P>

rbcarpenter
12-07-2009, 05:35 PM
don't think it was lt,i think it was martin or banks.

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-07-2009, 05:35 PM
It was great to see the Stadium rocking yesterday. Some young guybehind me said [ must have been his first game] "GodGiants Stadiumis unreal...I love this place!".......I told him "YES....... it is"</P>


Our second game against Dallas @ home in 1986.....which Giant sacked Danny White taking him out of game...........and who replaced White</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Leonard Marshall</P>


Jason Garrett</P>


</P>


Good guess BB62..................it was a Giant Linebacker though and the Dallas QBs initials SP</P>


Z</P>


</P>


SP that has to be Steve Pelluer. And I'll guess LT.</P>


</P>


Yup it was Steve Pelluer.Good call...........Different Giant LB......One of the other best of all time. </P>


In that same game [1986 @ home]we held Herschel Walker and what other famous Dallas RB under 100 yards on the ground?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Carson</P>


Dorsett</P>

SEC105
12-07-2009, 05:44 PM
It was great to see the Stadium rocking yesterday. Some young guybehind me said [ must have been his first game] "GodGiants Stadiumis unreal...I love this place!".......I told him "YES....... it is"</P>


Our second game against Dallas @ home in 1986.....which Giant sacked Danny White taking him out of game...........and who replaced White</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Leonard Marshall</P>


Jason Garrett</P>


</P>


Good guess BB62..................it was a Giant Linebacker though and the Dallas QBs initials SP</P>


Z</P>


</P>


SP that has to be Steve Pelluer. And I'll guess LT.</P>


</P>


Yup it was Steve Pelluer.Good call...........Different Giant LB......One of the other best of all time. </P>


In that same game [1986 @ home]we held Herschel Walker and what other famous Dallas RB under 100 yards on the ground?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Carson</P>


Dorsett</P>


</P>


Right on the money ..........very nice</P>


Z</P>

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-07-2009, 05:47 PM
It was great to see the Stadium rocking yesterday. Some young guybehind me said [ must have been his first game] "GodGiants Stadiumis unreal...I love this place!".......I told him "YES....... it is"</P>


Our second game against Dallas @ home in 1986.....which Giant sacked Danny White taking him out of game...........and who replaced White</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Leonard Marshall</P>


Jason Garrett</P>


</P>


Good guess BB62..................it was a Giant Linebacker though and the Dallas QBs initials SP</P>


Z</P>


</P>


SP that has to be Steve Pelluer. And I'll guess LT.</P>


</P>


Yup it was Steve Pelluer.Good call...........Different Giant LB......One of the other best of all time. </P>


In that same game [1986 @ home]we held Herschel Walker and what other famous Dallas RB under 100 yards on the ground?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Carson</P>


Dorsett</P>


</P>


Right on the money ..........very nice</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Thanks. I've always been a proponent of process of elimination.[:D]</P>

SEC105
12-07-2009, 05:58 PM
It was great to see the Stadium rocking yesterday. Some young guybehind me said [ must have been his first game] "GodGiants Stadiumis unreal...I love this place!".......I told him "YES....... it is"</P>


Our second game against Dallas @ home in 1986.....which Giant sacked Danny White taking him out of game...........and who replaced White</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Leonard Marshall</P>


Jason Garrett</P>


</P>


Good guess BB62..................it was a Giant Linebacker though and the Dallas QBs initials SP</P>


Z</P>


</P>


SP that has to be Steve Pelluer. And I'll guess LT.</P>


</P>


Yup it was Steve Pelluer.Good call...........Different Giant LB......One of the other best of all time. </P>


In that same game [1986 @ home]we held Herschel Walker and what other famous Dallas RB under 100 yards on the ground?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Carson</P>


Dorsett</P>


</P>


Right on the money ..........very nice</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Thanks. I've always been a proponent of process of elimination.[:D]</P>


</P>


In 1972 we beat the Eagles @ Yankee Stadium 62-10. Please name some of the Giants who scored that day</P>


Z</P>

rbcarpenter
12-07-2009, 06:04 PM
It was great to see the Stadium rocking yesterday. Some young guy*behind me said [ must have been his first game]* "God*Giants Stadium*is unreal...I love this place!".......I told him "YES....... it is"</P>


Our second game against Dallas @ home in 1986.....which Giant sacked Danny White taking him out of game...........and who replaced White</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Leonard Marshall</P>


Jason Garrett</P>


</P>


Good guess BB62..................it was a Giant Linebacker though and the Dallas QBs initials SP</P>


Z</P>


</P>


SP*** that has to be Steve Pelluer. And I'll guess LT.</P>


</P>


Yup it was Steve Pelluer.Good call...........*Different Giant LB......One of the other best of all time. </P>


In that same game [1986 @ home]*we held Herschel Walker and what other famous Dallas RB under 100 yards on the ground?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Carson***********</P>


Dorsett</P>


</P>


Right on the money ..........very nice</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Thanks. I've always been a proponent of process of elimination.[:D]</P>


</P>


In 1972 we beat the Eagles @ Yankee Stadium 62-10. Please name some of the Giants who scored that day</P>


Z</P>gogo,herrmann,tucker,johnson,uh........

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-07-2009, 06:06 PM
It was great to see the Stadium rocking yesterday. Some young guybehind me said [ must have been his first game] "GodGiants Stadiumis unreal...I love this place!".......I told him "YES....... it is"</P>


Our second game against Dallas @ home in 1986.....which Giant sacked Danny White taking him out of game...........and who replaced White</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Leonard Marshall</P>


Jason Garrett</P>


</P>


Good guess BB62..................it was a Giant Linebacker though and the Dallas QBs initials SP</P>


Z</P>


</P>


SP that has to be Steve Pelluer. And I'll guess LT.</P>


</P>


Yup it was Steve Pelluer.Good call...........Different Giant LB......One of the other best of all time. </P>


In that same game [1986 @ home]we held Herschel Walker and what other famous Dallas RB under 100 yards on the ground?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Carson</P>


Dorsett</P>


</P>


Right on the money ..........very nice</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Thanks. I've always been a proponent of process of elimination.[:D]</P>


</P>


In 1972 we beat the Eagles @ Yankee Stadium 62-10. Please name some of the Giants who scored that day</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Well definitely Gogolak. Then I will guess Ron Johnson, Joe Morrison, Bob Tucker.</P>

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-07-2009, 06:08 PM
TRUE or FALSE</P>


I grew up in Stamford , Ct. I lived 3 doors down from Andy Robustelli and family.</P>

zimonami
12-07-2009, 08:08 PM
Its Dallas day gentlemen!!!! what is the Giants vs Cowboys all time record? ...and how many of those games have been decided by less than a TD? Z</P>


No one guessed yet?</P>


I'll say we are 47-58-1, with 16 games decided by less than a TD.</P>


56-36-2 with 30 games being decided by less than a TD hell of a win last night ZImmy....I was thinking of you while at the game ... on that long TD catch by Jacobs I was thinking that Kris made sure he didnt step out of bounds.....he sure was close.......never saw the big man move that fast.......she pushed him along for us</P>


I'm shocked that we're 56-36-2 against Dallas. There were so many years that they kicked our butts.</P>


Hahaha about Kris' pushing BJ along... and, how did he stay in-bounds?. I was amazed he kept his balance, and his feet in... maybe there was just enough of a shove?</P>


When we won SB42, and my son saw the pic of Tyree's catch in the papers, he said he wanted to draw the same pic (he's a good artist), sort of like a Gallo cartoon, with Mara and Tisch's faces hovering overhead, and their hands holding the ball firmly against Tyree's helmet. He never did it... it would have been a good pic.</P>

YATittle1962
12-07-2009, 09:14 PM
TRUE or FALSE</P>


I grew up in Stamford , Ct. I lived 3 doors down from Andy Robustelli and family.</P>

not sure if you lived 3 doors down from him but he is from Stamford......

him and his stable of children...hahaha

YATittle1962
12-07-2009, 09:14 PM
Its Dallas day gentlemen!!!! what is the Giants vs Cowboys all time record? ...and how many of those games have been decided by less than a TD? Z</P>


No one guessed yet?</P>


I'll say we are 47-58-1, with 16 games decided by less than a TD.</P>


56-36-2 with 30 games being decided by less than a TD hell of a win last night ZImmy....I was thinking of you while at the game ... on that long TD catch by Jacobs I was thinking that Kris made sure he didnt step out of bounds.....he sure was close.......never saw the big man move that fast.......she pushed him along for us</P>


I'm shocked that we're 56-36-2 against Dallas.* There were so many years that they kicked our* butts.</P>


Hahaha about Kris' pushing BJ along... and, how did he stay in-bounds?. I was amazed he kept his balance, and his feet in... maybe there was just enough of a shove?</P>


When we won SB42, and my son saw the pic of Tyree's catch in the papers, he said he wanted to draw the same pic (he's a good artist), sort of like a Gallo cartoon, with Mara and Tisch's faces hovering overhead, and their hands holding the ball firmly against Tyree's helmet.* He never did it... it would have been a good pic.</P>

thats a great idea......he should still draw that....

YATittle1962
12-07-2009, 09:17 PM
It was great to see the Stadium rocking yesterday. Some young guy*behind me said [ must have been his first game]* "God*Giants Stadium*is unreal...I love this place!".......I told him "YES....... it is"</P>


Our second game against Dallas @ home in 1986.....which Giant sacked Danny White taking him out of game...........and who replaced White</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Leonard Marshall</P>


Jason Garrett</P>


</P>


Good guess BB62..................it was a Giant Linebacker though and the Dallas QBs initials SP</P>


Z</P>


</P>


SP*** that has to be Steve Pelluer. And I'll guess LT.</P>


</P>


Yup it was Steve Pelluer.Good call...........*Different Giant LB......One of the other best of all time. </P>


In that same game [1986 @ home]*we held Herschel Walker and what other famous Dallas RB under 100 yards on the ground?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Carson***********</P>


Dorsett</P>


</P>


Right on the money ..........very nice</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Thanks. I've always been a proponent of process of elimination.[:D]</P>


</P>


In 1972 we beat the Eagles @ Yankee Stadium 62-10. Please name some of the Giants who scored that day</P>


Z</P>gogo,herrmann,tucker,johnson,uh........

Ill agree with rbc

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-07-2009, 09:34 PM
TRUE or FALSE</P>


I grew up in Stamford , Ct. I lived 3 doors down from Andy Robustelli and family.</P>


not sure if you lived 3 doors down from him but he is from Stamford...... him and his stable of children...hahaha</P>


yep. 3 doors down.</P>


Grew up with his two sons Ricky and Bobby who both went on to play quarterback at Stamford Catholic H.S where I also attended. Now known as Trinity H.S</P>


Ricky went on to play QB at Uconn.</P>


Andy would occasionally play touch football with us in the street. Good times!.</P>


</P>

YATittle1962
12-07-2009, 09:51 PM
TRUE or FALSE</P>


I grew up in Stamford , Ct. I lived 3 doors down from Andy Robustelli and family.</P>


not sure if you lived 3 doors down from him but he is from Stamford...... him and his stable of children...hahaha</P>


yep. 3 doors down.</P>


Grew up with his two sons Ricky and Bobby who both went on to play quarterback at Stamford Catholic H.S where I also attended. Now known as Trinity H.S</P>


Ricky went on to play QB at Uconn.</P>


Andy would occasionally play touch football with us in the street. Good times!.</P>


*</P>

ever have an interaction with Andy himself?

if so how was he?

I met him once when I was 9 years old....

my dad , uncle and I stormed the field after a game ...like you did in those days.....and we bumped into him and my dad asked him if he could take a picture with me.....

Andy put his helmet on my head and threw me on his shoulder and pop snapped a pic.....

I thought who the hell I was.....

what I would give to have that picture today...

the last time I saw it was probably 20 years ago......I remember putting it somewhere where I would know where it was.......and just like always.....I forgot where that was and we have moved since then

SEC105
12-07-2009, 10:57 PM
It was great to see the Stadium rocking yesterday. Some young guy*behind me said [ must have been his first game]* "God*Giants Stadium*is unreal...I love this place!".......I told him "YES....... it is"</P>


Our second game against Dallas @ home in 1986.....which Giant sacked Danny White taking him out of game...........and who replaced White</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Leonard Marshall</P>


Jason Garrett</P>


</P>


Good guess BB62..................it was a Giant Linebacker though and the Dallas QBs initials SP</P>


Z</P>


</P>


SP*** that has to be Steve Pelluer. And I'll guess LT.</P>


</P>


Yup it was Steve Pelluer.Good call...........*Different Giant LB......One of the other best of all time. </P>


In that same game [1986 @ home]*we held Herschel Walker and what other famous Dallas RB under 100 yards on the ground?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Carson***********</P>


Dorsett</P>


</P>


Right on the money ..........very nice</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Thanks. I've always been a proponent of process of elimination.[:D]</P>


</P>


In 1972 we beat the Eagles @ Yankee Stadium 62-10. Please name some of the Giants who scored that day</P>


Z</P>gogo,herrmann,tucker,johnson,uh........

Ill agree with rbc
Good work gang , they all scored. Hermann and Tucker had 2 each I believe. Also pretty sure Vince Clements scored
Remember Coach Webster chewed out Randy Johnson for running up the score. I don't think it was Johnsons fault. The Eagles just could'nt stop anything we tried lol

zimonami
12-07-2009, 11:03 PM
TRUE or FALSE</P>


I grew up in Stamford , Ct. I lived 3 doors down from Andy Robustelli and family.</P>


not sure if you lived 3 doors down from him but he is from Stamford...... him and his stable of children...hahaha</P>


yep. 3 doors down.</P>


Grew up with his two sons Ricky and Bobby who both went on to play quarterback at Stamford Catholic H.S where I also attended. Now known as Trinity H.S</P>


Ricky went on to play QB at Uconn.</P>


Andy would occasionally play touch football with us in the street. Good times!.</P>


</P>


ever have an interaction with Andy himself? if so how was he? I met him once when I was 9 years old.... my dad , uncle and I stormed the field after a game ...like you did in those days.....and we bumped into him and my dad asked him if he could take a picture with me..... Andy put his helmet on my head and threw me on his shoulder and pop snapped a pic..... I thought who the hell I was..... what I would give to have that picture today... the last time I saw it was probably 20 years ago......I remember putting it somewhere where I would know where it was.......and just like always.....I forgot where that was and we have moved since then</P>


OMG, YA, I do the same thing, and have done it since I was small. I'd put things that were important, but only ocassionally needed, in a 'Safe Place.". I've lost many things, but have also had things I found 4-5 years later. </P>


When you move, you figure you'll find it. If not, you figure it's lost for good.</P>


I'll bet you flipped through all your books, and any Giant magazines that made the move with you?</P>

YATittle1962
12-07-2009, 11:13 PM
TRUE or FALSE</P>


I grew up in Stamford , Ct. I lived 3 doors down from Andy Robustelli and family.</P>


not sure if you lived 3 doors down from him but he is from Stamford...... him and his stable of children...hahaha</P>


yep. 3 doors down.</P>


Grew up with his two sons Ricky and Bobby who both went on to play quarterback at Stamford Catholic H.S where I also attended. Now known as Trinity H.S</P>


Ricky went on to play QB at Uconn.</P>


Andy would occasionally play touch football with us in the street. Good times!.</P>


*</P>


ever have an interaction with Andy himself? if so how was he? I met him once when I was 9 years old.... my dad , uncle and I stormed the field after a game ...like you did in those days.....and we bumped into him and my dad asked him if he could take a picture with me..... Andy put his helmet on my head and threw me on his shoulder and pop snapped a pic..... I thought who the hell I was..... what I would give to have that picture today... the last time I saw it was probably 20 years ago......I remember putting it somewhere where I would know where it was.......and just like always.....I forgot where that was and we have moved since then</P>


OMG, YA, I do the same thing, and have done it since I was small.* I'd put things that were important, but only ocassionally needed, in* a 'Safe Place.". I've lost many things, but have also had things I found 4-5 years later.* </P>


When you move, you figure you'll find it. If not, you figure it's lost for good.</P>


I'll bet you flipped through all your books, and any Giant magazines that made the move with you?</P>

I remember it being in a manila envelope with some other very old pictures....

they all had that same look...a bit smaller than printed pictures later became ...and square with a small white border ...remember that look....?

anyway ...they gotta be somewhere....

I know I wouldnt throw themaway

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-08-2009, 10:06 AM
TRUE or FALSE</P>


I grew up in Stamford , Ct. I lived 3 doors down from Andy Robustelli and family.</P>


not sure if you lived 3 doors down from him but he is from Stamford...... him and his stable of children...hahaha</P>


yep. 3 doors down.</P>


Grew up with his two sons Ricky and Bobby who both went on to play quarterback at Stamford Catholic H.S where I also attended. Now known as Trinity H.S</P>


Ricky went on to play QB at Uconn.</P>


Andy would occasionally play touch football with us in the street. Good times!.</P>


</P>


ever have an interaction with Andy himself? if so how was he? I met him once when I was 9 years old.... my dad , uncle and I stormed the field after a game ...like you did in those days.....and we bumped into him and my dad asked him if he could take a picture with me..... Andy put his helmet on my head and threw me on his shoulder and pop snapped a pic..... I thought who the hell I was..... what I would give to have that picture today... the last time I saw it was probably 20 years ago......I remember putting it somewhere where I would know where it was.......and just like always.....I forgot where that was and we have moved since then</P>


Mr. Robustelli as I called him back then was a very nice guy. He was pretty outgong in the neighborhood and he spoke with me quite a bit when I was a little kid. I mean I kind of hung out with his sons. I would ask him football questions and he would usually give a decent answer. Sometimes he wasn't in the mood to talk football. But all things considered he was cool.</P>


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YATittle1962
12-08-2009, 12:40 PM
Giants vs Eagles ......halloween day 1976

their first meeting in Giants Stadium

Giants lose 10 - 0

6 Giant players have receptions in that game.

can you name them?

.....and who was the Eagles QB that day?








Z

zimonami
12-08-2009, 12:53 PM
Giants vs Eagles ......halloween day 1976 their first meeting in Giants Stadium Giants lose 10 - 0 6 Giant players have receptions in that game. can you name them? .....and who was the Eagles QB that day? Z</P>


I can guess 4 of them: Jimmy Robinson, Doug Kotar, Ray Rhodes, and Bob Tucker.</P>


Our QB was one of my un-favorites... the ex Cowboy, Craig Morton.</P>


The Philly QB? I can only remember that Roman Gabriel finished his career at Philly, so I'll go with him.</P>

Bleedin Blue Since '62
12-08-2009, 12:53 PM
Giants vs Eagles ......halloween day 1976 their first meeting in Giants Stadium Giants lose 10 - 0 6 Giant players have receptions in that game. can you name them? .....and who was the Eagles QB that day? Z</P>


I couldn't answer this one without looking it up and that's no fun Yelverton.</P>


I'll wait and see if one of the other guys can do it from memory.</P>

YATittle1962
12-08-2009, 03:55 PM
Giants vs Eagles ......halloween day 1976 their first meeting in Giants Stadium Giants lose 10 - 0 6 Giant players have receptions in that game. can you name them? .....and who was the Eagles QB that day? Z</P>


I couldn't answer this one without looking it up and that's no fun Yelverton.</P>


I'll wait and see if one of the other guys can do it from memory.</P>

I should have put...take a guess...

take a shot at who they were.....

you will probably get most of them right.....it was the usual suspects....

Zim got a few

SEC105
12-08-2009, 04:57 PM
Giants vs Eagles ......halloween day 1976 their first meeting in Giants Stadium Giants lose 10 - 0 6 Giant players have receptions in that game. can you name them? .....and who was the Eagles QB that day? Z</P>


I can guess 4 of them: Jimmy Robinson, Doug Kotar, Ray Rhodes, and Bob Tucker.</P>


Our QB was one of my un-favorites... the ex Cowboy, Craig Morton.</P>


The Philly QB? I can only remember that Roman Gabriel finished his career at Philly, so I'll go with him.</P>


</P>


I'll throw in Walker Gillette and Larry Csonka. Agree with Z on Roman Gabreil as the Eagle Qb</P>


That Halloween day also a marked a big change in the Giants coaching ranks [not an improvement]. What was it?</P>


Z</P>

zimonami
12-08-2009, 09:31 PM
Giants vs Eagles ......halloween day 1976 their first meeting in Giants Stadium Giants lose 10 - 0 6 Giant players have receptions in that game. can you name them? .....and who was the Eagles QB that day? Z</P>


I can guess 4 of them: Jimmy Robinson, Doug Kotar, Ray Rhodes, and Bob Tucker.</P>


Our QB was one of my un-favorites... the ex Cowboy, Craig Morton.</P>


The Philly QB? I can only remember that Roman Gabriel finished his career at Philly, so I'll go with him.</P>


</P>


I'll throw in Walker Gillette and Larry Csonka. Agree with Z on Roman Gabreil as the Eagle Qb</P>


That Halloween day also a marked a big change in the Giants coaching ranks [not an improvement]. What was it?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


it was a change at the coaching helm... inept for just as inept. Arnsparger out, in with McVay. This was typical from the Mara's then... B.Y. Before Young</P>

YATittle1962
12-08-2009, 10:53 PM
you guys were right on with the receivers...

Kotar
Robinson
Rhodes
Tucker
Csonka
Gillette

but the QB was Mike Boryla


its kinda hard to believe we didnt win a game until mid November that season.

zimonami
12-09-2009, 01:23 PM
you guys were right on with the receivers... Kotar Robinson Rhodes Tucker Csonka Gillette but the QB was Mike Boryla its kinda hard to believe we didnt win a game until mid November that season.</P>


I would never have remembered Mike Boryla if you hadn't asked this, YA. Then again, we're not Eagle fans, so we didn't really care enough to remember him...lol</P>


The best thing about the '76 team was that they had a new palace to call home.</P>

YATittle1962
12-09-2009, 01:47 PM
in Jan 2001......Giants vs Eagles div. playoff game....

who was the Giants leading receiver in that game in terms of yardage?

he wore #83

yatitle
12-09-2009, 02:28 PM
in Jan 2001......Giants vs Eagles div. playoff game.... who was the Giants leading receiver in that game in terms of yardage? he wore #83</P>


Pete Mitchell</P>

SEC105
12-09-2009, 04:52 PM
On Halloween 1999 we beat the Eagles in overtime. What Giant defensive player tipped a Philly pass which was intercepted by another Giant and run back for the game winning score?</P>


Z</P>

zimonami
12-09-2009, 05:05 PM
On Halloween 1999 we beat the Eagles in overtime. What Giant defensive player tipped a Philly pass which was intercepted by another Giant and run back for the game winning score?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I know Strahan had the TD, but I can't remember if he tipped it, or another defender.</P>


</P>


Who had the other INT for us in that game?</P>

SEC105
12-09-2009, 05:31 PM
On Halloween 1999 we beat the Eagles in overtime. What Giant defensive player tipped a Philly pass which was intercepted by another Giant and run back for the game winning score?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I know Strahan had the TD, but I can't remember if he tipped it, or another defender.</P>


</P>


Who had the other INT for us in that game?</P>


</P>


Jason Sehorn Z?</P>


Strahan scored but CP [initials]tipped the ball. Remember who the Eagles QBwas?</P>

rbcarpenter
12-09-2009, 05:40 PM
On Halloween 1999 we beat the Eagles in overtime. What Giant defensive player tipped a Philly pass which was intercepted by another Giant and run back for the game winning score?</P>


Z*</P>


</P>


I know Strahan had the TD, but I can't remember if he tipped it, or another defender.</P>


*</P>


Who had the other INT for us in that game?</P>


</P>


Jason Sehorn Z?</P>


Strahan scored but CP [initials]*tipped the ball. Remember who the Eagles QB*was?</P>the eagles qb that game was doug"what do i do?"pederson.:)the andy reid green bay connection.what a bum!