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SEC105
10-07-2010, 04:44 PM
When Barry Switzer was coaching Oklahomahe said this "He was only player I ever sawwho could have gone straight from high school to the NFL and become a star"</P>


This guy played for the Oilers but did not attend Oklahoma. The player did not attend Switzers college</P>


Z</P>

zimonami
10-07-2010, 07:50 PM
When Barry Switzer was coaching Oklahomahe said this "He was only player I ever sawwho could have gone straight from high school to the NFL and become a star"</P>


This guy played for the Oilers but did not attend Oklahoma. The player did not attend Switzers college</P>


Z</P>


</P>


How about Earl Campbell?</P>

jomo
10-07-2010, 09:23 PM
When Barry Switzer was coaching Oklahomahe said this "He was only player I ever sawwho could have gone straight from high school to the NFL and become a star"</P>


This guy played for the Oilers but did not attend Oklahoma. The player did not attend Switzers college</P>


Z</P>


</P>


How about Earl Campbell?</P>That's gotta be it Zim.

ny06
10-07-2010, 09:24 PM
Who said this quote?</P>


“Pro football is like nuclear warfare. There are no winners, only survivors.”
</P>


</P>


Mr. Frank Gifford said it....and for good reason</P>


Z</P>


http://i.cdn.turner.com/sivault/multimedia/photo_gallery/0809/mlb.yankee.stadium.moments/images/00.001074864Finalfinal.jpg</P>


</P>


correct</P>


Good job SEC</P>

SEC105
10-07-2010, 09:42 PM
When Barry Switzer was coaching Oklahomahe said this "He was only player I ever sawwho could have gone straight from high school to the NFL and become a star"</P>


This guy played for the Oilers but did not attend Oklahoma. The player did not attend Switzers college</P>


Z</P>


</P>


How about Earl Campbell?</P>


That's gotta be it Zim.</P>


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfJybuzkMT0</P>


Thats him gang Great running back</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
10-07-2010, 09:44 PM
Who said this quote?</P>


“Pro football is like nuclear warfare. There are no winners, only survivors.”
</P>


</P>


Mr. Frank Gifford said it....and for good reason</P>


Z</P>


http://i.cdn.turner.com/sivault/multimedia/photo_gallery/0809/mlb.yankee.stadium.moments/images/00.001074864Finalfinal.jpg</P>


</P>


correct</P>


Good job SEC</P>


</P>


Thanks NY06 I had the inside track on that one[;)]</P>


Z</P>

YATittle1962
10-07-2010, 09:48 PM
Randy Moss historically torches the Giants...... but in just 2 of the 5 regular season games he played in against the Giants as a Viking he totaled 296 yds and 5 TDs... 171 yds and 3 TDs in one game ...and 125 yds and 2 TDs in another..... can you connect the yardage and TDs to the season? they happened between '98 and '04</P>


I'll take a guess.</P>


1999, 2001?</P>


2001 is one of them......but which one? ;)</P>


I will go with the 125 yds and 2 touchdowns?</P>

125yds 2 TDs was 2003

171yds 3 TDs was 2001

insane numbers

ny06
10-07-2010, 09:51 PM
Randy Moss historically torches the Giants...... but in just 2 of the 5 regular season games he played in against the Giants as a Viking he totaled 296 yds and 5 TDs... 171 yds and 3 TDs in one game ...and 125 yds and 2 TDs in another..... can you connect the yardage and TDs to the season? they happened between '98 and '04</P>


I'll take a guess.</P>


1999, 2001?</P>


2001 is one of them......but which one? ;)</P>


I will go with the 125 yds and 2 touchdowns?</P>


125yds 2 TDs was 2003 171yds 3 TDs was 2001 insane numbers</P>


Hell of a player. </P>

SEC105
10-07-2010, 10:16 PM
Randy Moss historically torches the Giants...... but in just 2 of the 5 regular season games he played in against the Giants as a Viking he totaled 296 yds and 5 TDs... 171 yds and 3 TDs in one game ...and 125 yds and 2 TDs in another..... can you connect the yardage and TDs to the season? they happened between '98 and '04</P>


I'll take a guess.</P>


1999, 2001?</P>


2001 is one of them......but which one? ;)</P>


I will go with the 125 yds and 2 touchdowns?</P>


125yds 2 TDs was 2003 171yds 3 TDs was 2001 insane numbers</P>


Hell of a player. </P>


</P>


That he was and still somewhat is......................however wonder what his stat line was in the epic 41-0 whipping we gave the Vikings in the 2000 playoff game @ Giants Stadium[:D]</P>


Z</P>

ny06
10-07-2010, 10:18 PM
Randy Moss historically torches the Giants...... but in just 2 of the 5 regular season games he played in against the Giants as a Viking he totaled 296 yds and 5 TDs... 171 yds and 3 TDs in one game ...and 125 yds and 2 TDs in another..... can you connect the yardage and TDs to the season? they happened between '98 and '04</P>


I'll take a guess.</P>


1999, 2001?</P>


2001 is one of them......but which one? ;)</P>


I will go with the 125 yds and 2 touchdowns?</P>


125yds 2 TDs was 2003 171yds 3 TDs was 2001 insane numbers</P>


Hell of a player. </P>


</P>


That he was and still somewhat is......................however wonder what his stat line was in the epic 41-0 whipping we gave the Vikings in the 2000 playoff game @ Giants Stadium[:D]</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I just looked it up.</P>


2 catches for 18 yards.</P>


Pure Domination by the Giants that day.</P>

SEC105
10-07-2010, 10:27 PM
Randy Moss historically torches the Giants...... but in just 2 of the 5 regular season games he played in against the Giants as a Viking he totaled 296 yds and 5 TDs... 171 yds and 3 TDs in one game ...and 125 yds and 2 TDs in another..... can you connect the yardage and TDs to the season? they happened between '98 and '04</P>


I'll take a guess.</P>


1999, 2001?</P>


2001 is one of them......but which one? ;)</P>


I will go with the 125 yds and 2 touchdowns?</P>


125yds 2 TDs was 2003 171yds 3 TDs was 2001 insane numbers</P>


Hell of a player. </P>


</P>


That he was and still somewhat is......................however wonder what his stat line was in the epic 41-0 whipping we gave the Vikings in the 2000 playoff game @ Giants Stadium[:D]</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I just looked it up.</P>


2 catches for 18 yards.</P>


Pure Domination by the Giants that day.</P>


</P>


http://www.giantsgab.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/Amani_Toomer.jpg</P>


it sure was.............The crowd in Giants Stadium was unreal......I'm convinced to this day the Vikings were so intimidated by it ........they never had a chance and knew it</P>


Z</P>


Z</P>

rbcarpenter
10-08-2010, 07:33 AM
Randy Moss historically torches the Giants...... but in just 2 of the 5 regular season games he played in against the Giants as a Viking he totaled 296 yds and 5 TDs... 171 yds and 3 TDs in one game ...and 125 yds and 2 TDs in another..... can you connect the yardage and TDs to the season? they happened between '98 and '04</p>


I'll take a guess.</p>


1999, 2001?</p>


2001 is one of them......but which one? ;)</p>


I will go with the 125 yds and 2 touchdowns?</p>


125yds 2 TDs was 2003 171yds 3 TDs was 2001 insane numbers</p>


Hell of a player. </p>


</p>


That he was and still somewhat is......................however wonder what his stat line was in the epic 41-0 whipping we gave the Vikings in the 2000 playoff game @ Giants Stadium[:D]</p>


Z</p>


</p>


I just looked it up.</p>


2 catches for 18 yards.</p>


Pure Domination by the Giants that day.</p>


</p>


http://www.giantsgab.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/Amani_Toomer.jpg</p>


it sure was.............The crowd in Giants Stadium was unreal......I'm convinced to this day the Vikings were so intimidated by it ........they never had a chance and knew it</p>


Z</p>


Z</p>i still have that issue framed and hanging on my wall.unfortunatley,i had to wait 7 years for the issue that said we won the super bowl...i thought it would be the following week.[:(]

rbcarpenter
10-08-2010, 07:34 AM
well,i know that at least 2 of their 4 secondary guys were out with serious injuries,and also one of their good dl.not to take anything away from our guys,but on that day the vikes were seriously short-handed.

jmike
10-08-2010, 11:16 AM
Since 1986 the Giants have drafted 12 QBs 8 of which have attempted one or fewer passes in their Giants career. Can you name all 8?

YATittle1962
10-08-2010, 11:48 AM
Since 1986 the Giants have drafted 12 QBs 8 of which have attempted one or fewer passes in their Giants career.* Can you name all 8?


wow this is a tough one.....

I remember Mike Perez out of San Jose State .....then there was Mike Cherry.......was gonna say Jesse Palmer but I think he had a few attempts.....and how about Philip Rivers does he count?........

thats all I got.....not even sure if any of these are part of the 8.....

tough question.......nice one JM

jmike
10-08-2010, 12:03 PM
Since 1986 the Giants have drafted 12 QBs 8 of which have attempted one or fewer passes in their Giants career. Can you name all 8?


wow this is a tough one.....

I remember Mike Perez out of San Jose State .....then there was Mike Cherry.......was gonna say Jesse Palmer but I think he had a few attempts.....and how about Philip Rivers does he count?........

thats all I got.....not even sure if any of these are part of the 8.....

tough question.......nice one JM

Cherry, Perez and Rivers are 3 of them. I figured Rivers would be the one that stumped people. 5 more

The 4 that did play were Brown, Graham, Kanell and Palmer. Talk about a futile stretch of drafting QBs. And we complain about the futility of LBers. Point of note, Cherry was the only one of the 8 that attempted a pass. Combined those 8 stats are 2 games played 1 att 0 completions. And all of those are Cherry.

zimonami
10-08-2010, 12:08 PM
Since 1986 the Giants have drafted 12 QBs 8 of which have attempted one or fewer passes in their Giants career. Can you name all 8?
wow this is a tough one..... I remember Mike Perez out of San Jose State .....then there was Mike Cherry.......was gonna say Jesse Palmer but I think he had a few attempts.....and how about Philip Rivers does he count?........ thats all I got.....not even sure if any of these are part of the 8..... tough question.......nice one JM</P>


Add the most recent QB's to be drafted... Rhett Bhomar and Andre Woodson.</P>

jmike
10-08-2010, 12:16 PM
Three more left

Perez
Cherry
Rivers
Woodson
Bomar

rbcarpenter
10-08-2010, 03:51 PM
Since 1986 the Giants have drafted 12 QBs 8 of which have attempted one or fewer passes in their Giants career. Can you name all 8?


wow this is a tough one.....

I remember Mike Perez out of San Jose State .....then there was Mike Cherry.......was gonna say Jesse Palmer but I think he had a few attempts.....and how about Philip Rivers does he count?........

thats all I got.....not even sure if any of these are part of the 8.....

tough question.......nice one JM

Cherry, Perez and Rivers are 3 of them. I figured Rivers would be the one that stumped people. 5 more

The 4 that did play were Brown, Graham, Kanell and Palmer. Talk about a futile stretch of drafting QBs. And we complain about the futility of LBers. Point of note, Cherry was the only one of the 8 that attempted a pass. Combined those 8 stats are 2 games played 1 att 0 completions. And all of those are Cherry.
rhomar,woodson,kupp,walter,and wanke.

YATittle1962
10-08-2010, 04:00 PM
Since 1986 the Giants have drafted 12 QBs 8 of which have attempted one or fewer passes in their Giants career.* Can you name all 8?
wow this is a tough one..... I remember Mike Perez out of San Jose State .....then there was Mike Cherry.......was gonna say Jesse Palmer but I think he had a few attempts.....and how about Philip Rivers does he count?........ thats all I got.....not even sure if any of these are part of the 8..... tough question.......nice one JM</P>


Add the most recent QB's to be drafted... Rhett Bhomar and Andre Woodson.</P>

wow Bomar and Woodson didnt even enter my mind........

was Lorenzen undrafted?

rbcarpenter
10-08-2010, 05:38 PM
Since 1986 the Giants have drafted 12 QBs 8 of which have attempted one or fewer passes in their Giants career. Can you name all 8?
wow this is a tough one..... I remember Mike Perez out of San Jose State .....then there was Mike Cherry.......was gonna say Jesse Palmer but I think he had a few attempts.....and how about Philip Rivers does he count?........ thats all I got.....not even sure if any of these are part of the 8..... tough question.......nice one JM</p>


Add the most recent QB's to be drafted... Rhett Bhomar and Andre Woodson.</p>

wow Bomar and Woodson didnt even enter my mind........

was Lorenzen undrafted?i think he was a f.a. pickup.

Roswell777
10-08-2010, 05:49 PM
Lorenzen always reminded me of the singer Meat Loaf.

zimonami
10-08-2010, 06:46 PM
Since 1986 the Giants have drafted 12 QBs 8 of which have attempted one or fewer passes in their Giants career. Can you name all 8?
wow this is a tough one..... I remember Mike Perez out of San Jose State .....then there was Mike Cherry.......was gonna say Jesse Palmer but I think he had a few attempts.....and how about Philip Rivers does he count?........ thats all I got.....not even sure if any of these are part of the 8..... tough question.......nice one JM</P>


Add the most recent QB's to be drafted... Rhett Bhomar and Andre Woodson.</P>


wow Bomar and Woodson didnt even enter my mind........ was Lorenzen undrafted?</P>


yeah, he was a FA from UKentucky.He threw a few passes, Had a few 3rd and 1 carries. He also got a SB ring, which is cool, even though he didn't play a down.</P>

jmike
10-08-2010, 11:08 PM
Yep that is all of them

Rnd-11 1987 Dave Walter- Michigan Tech (Now that is a football powerhouse)
http://www.michigantechhuskies.com/pics14/200/IV/IVMGOVQCEQQSHMH.20071004202422.jpg
Rnd-7 1988 Mike Perez- San Jose State
http://media.scout.com/Media/Image/53/536339.jpg
Rnd-5 1990 Craig Kupp- Pacific Lutheran
http://img.fanbase.com/media.fanbase.com/8/10362/5823cbf62e3552d56faa8a2113a79a76221e77e8.jpg?x=744 &amp;y=558&amp;sig=7314b839c3603e3142f42e6274695bb7
Rnd-12 1991 Larry Wanke- John Carroll (Mr. Irrelevant)
http://www.irrelevantweek.com/Past-Irrelevant-Pics-web-images/lwanke_fmt.jpeg
Rnd-6 1997 Mike Cherry- Murray State
http://i.cdn.turner.com/si/images/football/nfl/players/4022.jpg
Rnd-1 2004 Philip Rivers- NC State (Ok this one was really Manning)
http://ftrsports.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/stupid-philip-rivers-face.jpg
Rnd-6 2008 Andre Woodson- Kentucky
http://i.a.cnn.net/si/2007/sioncampus/09/19/quick.slants/p1_woodson.jpg
Rnd-5 2009 Rhett Bomar- Sam Houston State
http://www.rhettbomaronline.com/images/rhett-bomar-pic1.jpg


Now which one did you think would lead the Giants someday when they were drafted?

rbcarpenter
10-09-2010, 05:52 AM
absolutely none of them![;)]

jmike
10-09-2010, 01:32 PM
I'm bored and surfing through Drafthistory.com and found some interesting things there.

Did you know that the Giants drafted at least one Guard in every draft in the 80s except the 1980 draft (but they did get a tackle that year), and 4 times they drafted 2?

Did you know that the Giants have only drafted 3 punters in their history all since 1995. But they have drafted 12 kickers, including 2 in 1967. But only one kicker since 1995, Markham.

Did you know that they have drafted at least one DB in every draft since 1994? 28 in all. And they have drafted one every year except '81 &amp; '93 since 1978.

Did you know they have drafted 2 TEs in the same draft 7 times? That is a lot for a position with only one man on the field at a time usually.

Did you know they have used the 1st round to draft a WR only 5 times in their history? Can you name the 5?

jomo
10-09-2010, 01:37 PM
lol wow, you must be bored Jmike but I find all your facts interesting which says something about me too!</P>


I will give you one, Thomas Lewis out of the University of Indiana. I don't know if he caught 10 passes in his career or ever started a game but I am sure he wasn't worth a 1st round selection.</P>

jomo
10-09-2010, 01:41 PM
lol wow, you must be bored Jmike but I find all your facts interesting which says something about me too!</P>


I will give you one, Thomas Lewis out of the University of Indiana. I don't know if he caught 10 passes in his career or ever started a game but I am sure he wasn't worth a 1st round selection.</P>Of course Hakeem would be another one but I am thinking the remaining 3 may be some old timers. I may come up with 1 or 2 more.

YATittle1962
10-09-2010, 03:29 PM
I'm bored and surfing through Drafthistory.com and found some interesting things there.

Did you know that the Giants drafted at least one Guard in every draft in the 80s except the 1980 draft (but they did get a tackle that year), and 4 times they drafted 2?

Did you know that the Giants have only drafted 3 punters in their history all since 1995.* But they have drafted 12 kickers, including 2 in 1967.* But only one kicker since 1995, Markham.

Did you know that they have drafted at least one DB in every draft since 1994? 28 in all.* And they have drafted one every year except '81 & '93 since 1978.

Did you know they have drafted 2 TEs in the same draft 7 times?* That is a lot for a position with only one man on the field at a time usually.

Did you know they have used the 1st round to draft a WR only 5 times in their history?* Can you name the 5?


off the top of my head I got

Mark Ingram
Hakeem Nicks
Ike HIlliard

thats all I can think of........Im stumped

zimonami
10-09-2010, 04:30 PM
I'm bored and surfing through Drafthistory.com and found some interesting things there.

Did you know that the Giants drafted at least one Guard in every draft in the 80s except the 1980 draft (but they did get a tackle that year), and 4 times they drafted 2?

Did you know that the Giants have only drafted 3 punters in their history all since 1995. But they have drafted 12 kickers, including 2 in 1967. But only one kicker since 1995, Markham.

Did you know that they have drafted at least one DB in every draft since 1994? 28 in all. And they have drafted one every year except '81 &amp; '93 since 1978.

Did you know they have drafted 2 TEs in the same draft 7 times? That is a lot for a position with only one man on the field at a time usually.

Did you know they have used the 1st round to draft a WR only 5 times in their history? Can you name the 5?
off the top of my head I got Mark Ingram Hakeem Nicks Ike HIlliard thats all I can think of........Im stumped</P>


Good stuff jmike, thanks.</P>


I'm with YA... 4 so far and I can't think of another</P>

jmike
10-09-2010, 10:06 PM
Nicks, Hilliard, Lewis, Ingram and Rocky Thompson. Though I don't really know if he was a WR for the Giants, but he was listed as one. All I know about him is he was a KR and an awful draft pick.

YATittle1962
10-09-2010, 10:46 PM
Nicks, Hilliard, Lewis, Ingram and Rocky Thompson.* Though I don't really know if he was a WR for the Giants, but he was listed as one.* All I know about him is he was a KR and an awful draft pick.


Thompson was a RB for the Giants

but I think he did play some receiver at West Texas.......

jmike
10-10-2010, 12:30 AM
Ok here's one that somebody asked me tonight, so I will ask y'all. Who is the one Giant to score a touchdown in 2 of the Giants' Super Bowl appearances?

allentown PA
10-10-2010, 12:48 AM
Ok here's one that somebody asked me tonight, so I will ask y'all.* Who is the one Giant to score a touchdown in 2 of the Giants' Super Bowl appearances?

lmao...tough one

allentown PA
10-10-2010, 12:49 AM
bavaro???

YATittle1962
10-10-2010, 01:07 AM
Ok here's one that somebody asked me tonight, so I will ask y'all.* Who is the one Giant to score a touchdown in 2 of the Giants' Super Bowl appearances?


OJ

the TD in SB 21 was supposed to be his swan song.....

little did they know

allentown PA
10-10-2010, 02:29 AM
Ok here's one that somebody asked me tonight, so I will ask y'all.* Who is the one Giant to score a touchdown in 2 of the Giants' Super Bowl appearances?


OJ

the TD in SB 21 was supposed to be his swan song.....

Ya a little of topic here but of all the seasons and giants teams u have seen which was ur favorite and why. mine was the 1990 giants and a year that was forgotten about the 93 giants. even though they had a lot of broncos/

little did they know

YATittle1962
10-10-2010, 09:46 AM
Ok here's one that somebody asked me tonight, so I will ask y'all.* Who is the one Giant to score a touchdown in 2 of the Giants' Super Bowl appearances?


OJ

the TD in SB 21 was supposed to be his swan song.....

Ya a little of topic here but of all the seasons and giants teams u have seen which was ur favorite and why. mine was the 1990 giants and a year that was forgotten about the 93 giants. even though they had a lot of broncos/

little did they know

thats really hard to narrow down to one PA

obviously all the SB teams were special......

but as far as non SB seasons......

for some reason that 1970 team stole a place in my heart.....they fought like dogs for what they got.....

but my all time favorite team will always be the 1963 Giants

zimonami
10-10-2010, 02:59 PM
Ok here's one that somebody asked me tonight, so I will ask y'all. Who is the one Giant to score a touchdown in 2 of the Giants' Super Bowl appearances?
OJ the TD in SB 21 was supposed to be his swan song..... Ya a little of topic here but of all the seasons and giants teams u have seen which was ur favorite and why. mine was the 1990 giants and a year that was forgotten about the 93 giants. even though they had a lot of broncos/ little did they know thats really hard to narrow down to one PA obviously all the SB teams were special...... but as far as non SB seasons...... for some reason that 1970 team stole a place in my heart.....they fought like dogs for what they got..... but my all time favorite team will always be the 1963 Giants</P>


Gotta agree on the '63 team, YA. The last great team for too many years. There were years when we had Mendenhall that I enjoyed only because of the incredible, never-ending effort from the defense.</P>

zimonami
10-10-2010, 05:19 PM
I thoroughly enjoyed our game, and now I'm finding added smiles watching the Cowboy game.

jmike
10-11-2010, 12:29 AM
The last player the Giants drafted out of John Carroll was Mr. Irrelevant Larry Wanke. What Hall of Famer was drafted out of John Carroll?

He wasn't a Giant.

rbcarpenter
10-11-2010, 04:10 PM
don shula

YATittle1962
10-11-2010, 05:07 PM
Ok here's one that somebody asked me tonight, so I will ask y'all.* Who is the one Giant to score a touchdown in 2 of the Giants' Super Bowl appearances?
OJ the TD in SB 21 was supposed to be his swan song..... Ya a little of topic here but of all the seasons and giants teams u have seen which was ur favorite and why. mine was the 1990 giants and a year that was forgotten about the 93 giants. even though they had a lot of broncos/ little did they know thats really hard to narrow down to one PA obviously all the SB teams were special...... but as far as non SB seasons...... for some reason that 1970 team stole a place in my heart.....they fought like dogs for what they got..... but my all time favorite team will always be the 1963 Giants</P>


Gotta agree on the '63 team, YA.* The last great team for too many years. There were years when we had Mendenhall that I enjoyed only because of the incredible, never-ending effort from the defense.</P>

Mendenhall, Gregory, and VanPelt ......those names make me remember being a very proud Giant fan......endless motors

not that Im not proud now.....

;)

jmike
10-11-2010, 07:19 PM
don shula


It was.

Do you know the only Heisman Trophy winner from Penn State?

keyofgmen
10-11-2010, 07:24 PM
don shula


It was.

Do you know the only Heisman Trophy winner from Penn State?


Got this one. John Cappelletti, although I didn't know he was the only one!

jmike
10-11-2010, 07:46 PM
don shula


It was.

Do you know the only Heisman Trophy winner from Penn State?


Got this one. John Cappelletti, although I didn't know he was the only one!

He was the only one.

Do you know how many national championships Joe Paterno has won?

allentown PA
10-11-2010, 07:52 PM
don shula


It was.

Do you know the only Heisman Trophy winner from Penn State?


Got this one. John Cappelletti, although I didn't know he was the only one!

He was the only one.

Do you know how many national championships Joe Paterno has won?

1

jmike
10-11-2010, 08:29 PM
don shula


It was.

Do you know the only Heisman Trophy winner from Penn State?


Got this one. John Cappelletti, although I didn't know he was the only one!

He was the only one.

Do you know how many national championships Joe Paterno has won?

1

Who caught the winning TD pass that allowed them to win the game that gave them that championship?

zimonami
10-11-2010, 10:03 PM
don shula


It was.

Do you know the only Heisman Trophy winner from Penn State?
Got this one. John Cappelletti, although I didn't know he was the only one!

He was the only one.

Do you know how many national championships Joe Paterno has won?
1

Who caught the winning TD pass that allowed them to win the game that gave them that championship?
</P>


Penn State won the nat'l Chamiopnship in '86, beating Miami in the Fiesta Bowl. D.J. Dozier had the clinching TD run.</P>


Somesources also give them the Championship in '82, although they lost a game that year. If this is the bowl game you're referring to, I'm not sure who caught the winning pass.</P>

jmike
10-11-2010, 10:12 PM
don shula


It was.

Do you know the only Heisman Trophy winner from Penn State?
Got this one. John Cappelletti, although I didn't know he was the only one!

He was the only one.

Do you know how many national championships Joe Paterno has won?
1

Who caught the winning TD pass that allowed them to win the game that gave them that championship?
</p>


Penn State won the nat'l Chamiopnship in '86, beating Miami in the Fiesta Bowl. D.J. Dozier had the clinching TD run.</p>


Somesources also give them the Championship in '82, although they lost a game that year. If this is the bowl game you're referring to, I'm not sure who caught the winning pass.</p>

Had to look it up. I was wrong, Paterno won 2 national championships. 1982 and 1986. The TD I was referring to was in 1982 by Greg Garrity.

http://www.pacsignatures.com/shop/images/T/Garrity3.JPG

zimonami
10-12-2010, 12:00 AM
Had to look it up. I was wrong, Paterno won 2 national championships. 1982 and 1986. The TD I was referring to was in 1982 by Greg Garrity.

http://www.pacsignatures.com/shop/images/T/Garrity3.JPG



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SEC105
10-12-2010, 04:50 PM
Why did the Giants play the Detroit Lions 2 times during the 1988 regular seasson? Home and away</P>


I can't recall why......I'm sure someone here has the answer</P>


Z</P>

allentown PA
10-12-2010, 07:54 PM
Why did the Giants play the Detroit Lions 2 times during the 1988 regular seasson? Home and away</P>


I can't recall why......I'm sure someone here has the answer</P>


Z*</P>
In the one of those seasons either 86 or 88 they played the bucs twice too...I never understood that???

jomo
10-12-2010, 09:29 PM
Why did the Giants play the Detroit Lions 2 times during the 1988 regular seasson? Home and away</P>


I can't recall why......I'm sure someone here has the answer</P>


Z</P> In the one of those seasons either 86 or 88 they played the bucs twice too...I never understood that???Was it anything to do with the strike and adjusting travel schedules??

rbcarpenter
10-12-2010, 09:57 PM
no,at the time,i think the 5th place team in one division had to play one of the other 5th place teams in the league twice,or something to that effect...i'm sure ya or zim would remember!had to do with the # of teams in the league at the time....or was it the 4th place team???ahhh,something like that...

jomo
10-12-2010, 10:09 PM
no,at the time,i think the 5th place team in one division had to play one of the other 5th place teams in the league twice,or something to that effect...i'm sure ya or zim would remember!had to do with the # of teams in the league at the time....or was it the 4th place team???ahhh,something like that...
That makes sense. I do remember having unbalanced divisions.

zimonami
10-13-2010, 12:16 AM
no,at the time,i think the 5th place team in one division had to play one of the other 5th place teams in the league twice,or something to that effect...i'm sure ya or zim would remember!had to do with the # of teams in the league at the time....or was it the 4th place team???ahhh,something like that...
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I think this was first raised when YA noted that we played Tampa (?, not totally sure on that) twice in the same season. It was due to the unbalanced divisions. But, the thing I remember about the 4th place team was that, for the next year,they had virtually the same schedule as the first place team.This happened to us several times and I always cursed how unfair it was.</P>

YATittle1962
10-13-2010, 08:44 AM
no,at the time,i think the 5th place team in one division had to play one of the other 5th place teams in the league twice,or something to that effect...i'm sure ya or zim would remember!had to do with the # of teams in the league at the time....or was it the 4th place team???ahhh,something like that...
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I think this was first raised when YA noted that we played Tampa (?, not totally sure on that) twice in the same season.* It was due to the unbalanced divisions.* But, the thing I remember about the 4th place team was that, for the next year,*they had virtually the same schedule as the first place team.*This happened to us several times and I always cursed how unfair it was.</P>

yeah Zim ....it was the unbalanced division deal......

that schedule situation was very odd.....

Im really glad for the expansion teams and the even 4 team divisions ........glad Arizona got out of the NFC east before they got good ...hahahahha...........but still against the 18 game season.... which seems inevitable at this point

jmike
10-13-2010, 10:12 PM
In 2000 Jim Fassel guaranteed that the Giants would make the playoffs after losing to which team?

lttaylor56
10-13-2010, 10:19 PM
Oh no, Detroit Lions?

lttaylor56
10-13-2010, 10:25 PM
That's the game I was at, I could not remember the year it was 2000. Jason Seehorn's belt came loose as he got burned chasing their wr into the endzone.

YATittle1962
10-13-2010, 10:25 PM
In 2000 Jim Fassel guaranteed that the Giants would make the playoffs after losing to which team?


nicely done

jmike
10-13-2010, 10:31 PM
Oh no, Detroit Lions?

It was.

The Giants were the surprise winner of the NFC East in 1997 with a 10-5-1 record.....which team did they tie?

jmike
10-13-2010, 10:32 PM
In 2000 Jim Fassel guaranteed that the Giants would make the playoffs after losing to which team?


nicely done

I try. ;)

scoopscj
10-13-2010, 11:24 PM
Oh no, Detroit Lions?

It was.

The Giants were the surprise winner of the NFC East in 1997 with a 10-5-1 record.....which team did they tie?


The 'dead'skins. 7-7 if I'm not mistaken.




Scoops

rbcarpenter
10-13-2010, 11:48 PM
Oh no, Detroit Lions?

It was.

The Giants were the surprise winner of the NFC East in 1997 with a 10-5-1 record.....which team did they tie?


The 'dead'skins. 7-7 if I'm not mistaken.




Scoops

yep,that's the game ferrotte head butted the wall and gave himself a concussion,and micheal westbrook took off his helmet on the field for a 15 yard penalty.

RoanokeFan
10-13-2010, 11:49 PM
Oh no, Detroit Lions?

It was.

The Giants were the surprise winner of the NFC East in 1997 with a 10-5-1 record.....which team did they tie?


The 'dead'skins. 7-7 if I'm not mistaken.




Scoops



[Y]

jmike
10-14-2010, 12:54 PM
You are right, it was the Redskins and Frerotte did give himself a concussion that game.

ny06
10-14-2010, 01:00 PM
You are right, it was the Redskins and Frerotte did give himself a concussion that game.
</P>


http://i54.tinypic.com/2pzdugi.gif</P>

jmike
10-14-2010, 02:19 PM
What player is the author of this quote referring to?


<span style="font-family: garamond;">Alright
alright – let’s talk about ______. Coming out of the University of
Pacific (of course the Giants waited to the 7th Round of the ’84 draft.
Though I can’t club them too bad because some of the people the Giants
were picking in front of him were Banks, Hostetler, and Reasons) ______
ended up being something the New York Giants had almost never seen…
a competent wide receiver. That is really impressive considering that
the Parcells coached Giants were run first, run second, throw to the
tight end third, run fourth, dump off out of the backfield fifth, run
sixth, punt seventh. (This yet again was reflected in Tecmo where… yes… ______ was in the game... but I mean the Giants had 3 running plays and
the one pass was like a flea flicker.)</span><br style="font-family: garamond;">
<br style="font-family: garamond;">
<span style="font-family: garamond;">______'s story was the usual story
– good player whose body hated him. Missed 4 games in 85. 12 in 86 (BUT
GETS A RING!!!). 4 in 87. Finally healthy again in 1987, ______ breaks
out for a 1000 yard season. Which makes him the first Giants’ receiver
ever to have a 1000 yard season. Yup, the New York Giants who were
around forever didn’t have a 1000 yard man until 1987. And you wonder
why I love the running game and defense. </span><br style="font-family: garamond;">
<br style="font-family: garamond;">
<span style="font-family: garamond;">________’s body craps out on him
again and he is gone at the end of the 1990 season. (BUT GETS A
RING!!!). The Bills clearly think they are striking a blow back at the
Giants by signing him… and he never plays for them. Ralph Wilson. I'M
OLD!!! AND POOR!!! IT'S COLD!!! AND THERE ARE WOLVES AFTER ME!!! _______
does however play for the Barcelona Dragons and if that jersey ever
existed I would wear it ever other day. My Nick Johnson jersey does
need to be washed.</span>

ny06
10-14-2010, 03:37 PM
What player is the author of this quote referring to?


<SPAN style="FONT-FAMILY: garamond">Alright alright – let’s talk about ______. Coming out of the University of Pacific (of course the Giants waited to the 7th Round of the ’84 draft. Though I can’t club them too bad because some of the people the Giants were picking in front of him were Banks, Hostetler, and Reasons) ______ ended up being something the New York Giants had almost never seen… a competent wide receiver. That is really impressive considering that the Parcells coached Giants were run first, run second, throw to the tight end third, run fourth, dump off out of the backfield fifth, run sixth, punt seventh. (This yet again was reflected in Tecmo where… yes… ______ was in the game... but I mean the Giants had 3 running plays and the one pass was like a flea flicker.)</SPAN><BR style="FONT-FAMILY: garamond"><BR style="FONT-FAMILY: garamond"><SPAN style="FONT-FAMILY: garamond">______'s story was the usual story – good player whose body hated him. Missed 4 games in 85. 12 in 86 (BUT GETS A RING!!!). 4 in 87. Finally healthy again in 1987, ______ breaks out for a 1000 yard season. Which makes him the first Giants’ receiver ever to have a 1000 yard season. Yup, the New York Giants who were around forever didn’t have a 1000 yard man until 1987. And you wonder why I love the running game and defense. </SPAN><BR style="FONT-FAMILY: garamond"><BR style="FONT-FAMILY: garamond"><SPAN style="FONT-FAMILY: garamond">________’s body craps out on him again and he is gone at the end of the 1990 season. (BUT GETS A RING!!!). The Bills clearly think they are striking a blow back at the Giants by signing him… and he never plays for them. Ralph Wilson. I'M OLD!!! AND POOR!!! IT'S COLD!!! AND THERE ARE WOLVES AFTER ME!!! _______ does however play for the Barcelona Dragons and if that jersey ever existed I would wear it ever other day. My Nick Johnson jersey does need to be washed.</SPAN></P>


That sounds like Lionel Manuel?</P>

SEC105
10-14-2010, 04:32 PM
What player is the author of this quote referring to?


<SPAN style="FONT-FAMILY: garamond">Alright alright – let’s talk about ______. Coming out of the University of Pacific (of course the Giants waited to the 7th Round of the ’84 draft. Though I can’t club them too bad because some of the people the Giants were picking in front of him were Banks, Hostetler, and Reasons) ______ ended up being something the New York Giants had almost never seen… a competent wide receiver. That is really impressive considering that the Parcells coached Giants were run first, run second, throw to the tight end third, run fourth, dump off out of the backfield fifth, run sixth, punt seventh. (This yet again was reflected in Tecmo where… yes… ______ was in the game... but I mean the Giants had 3 running plays and the one pass was like a flea flicker.)</SPAN><BR style="FONT-FAMILY: garamond"><BR style="FONT-FAMILY: garamond"><SPAN style="FONT-FAMILY: garamond">______'s story was the usual story – good player whose body hated him. Missed 4 games in 85. 12 in 86 (BUT GETS A RING!!!). 4 in 87. Finally healthy again in 1987, ______ breaks out for a 1000 yard season. Which makes him the first Giants’ receiver ever to have a 1000 yard season. Yup, the New York Giants who were around forever didn’t have a 1000 yard man until 1987. And you wonder why I love the running game and defense. </SPAN><BR style="FONT-FAMILY: garamond"><BR style="FONT-FAMILY: garamond"><SPAN style="FONT-FAMILY: garamond">________’s body craps out on him again and he is gone at the end of the 1990 season. (BUT GETS A RING!!!). The Bills clearly think they are striking a blow back at the Giants by signing him… and he never plays for them. Ralph Wilson. I'M OLD!!! AND POOR!!! IT'S COLD!!! AND THERE ARE WOLVES AFTER ME!!! _______ does however play for the Barcelona Dragons and if that jersey ever existed I would wear it ever other day. My Nick Johnson jersey does need to be washed.</SPAN></P>


That sounds like Lionel Manuel?</P>


</P>


I'd agree , sounds like it has to be Lionel Manuel</P>


http://assets.sbnation.com/assets/394576/247964.jpg</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
10-14-2010, 04:35 PM
http://www.bestsportsphotos.com/image.php?productid=37342</P>


Who is this former Lion RB. He wore no.20 before Barry Sanders. Very talented</P>


Z</P>

rbcarpenter
10-14-2010, 05:29 PM
http://www.bestsportsphotos.com/image.php?productid=37342</p>


Who is this former Lion RB. He wore no.20 before Barry Sanders. Very talented</p>


Z</p>billy sims!

zimonami
10-14-2010, 05:38 PM
http://www.bestsportsphotos.com/image.php?productid=37342</P>


Who is this former Lion RB. He wore no.20 before Barry Sanders. Very talented</P>


Z</P>


billy sims!
</P>


you snuck it in ahead of me, rbc. Agree... Sims</P>


</P>


NY06 - thanks for the Frerotte clip. I remember when that happened and couldn't believe what a moron he was</P>

rbcarpenter
10-14-2010, 06:48 PM
great runner,but i always felt a bit sorry for him,and angered at wherever he went to school.(when it came out that he was illiterate.)

YATittle1962
10-14-2010, 09:33 PM
Chuck Benarik once almost killed Frank Gifford.........

what was #60s nickname?

and how did he get it?




Z

zimonami
10-14-2010, 09:41 PM
Chuck Benarik once almost killed Frank Gifford......... what was #60s nickname? and how did he get it? Z</P>


hahahahahaha.... I'm watching the same show, YA... Top 100.</P>


Concrete Charlie... he sold concrete in his 'other' job.</P>


Almost every player had to have another job to make ends meet back then. I think it was that way until around late 60s -'70 when salaries in all sports started to skyrocket.</P>


</P>

rbcarpenter
10-14-2010, 10:12 PM
Chuck Benarik once almost killed Frank Gifford......... what was #60s nickname? and how did he get it? Z</p>


hahahahahaha.... I'm watching the same show, YA... Top 100.</p>


Concrete Charlie... he sold concrete in his 'other' job.</p>


Almost every player had to have another job to make ends meet back then. I think it was that way until around late 60s -'70 when salaries in all sports started to skyrocket.</p>


</p>hey,everybody in the did you know...i have been watching this series of shows since it started,but i don't seem to have the instuctions to start a thread,so i'll ask you all here....what do you think of the writers selections so far of the top 100?

in every block of 10 so far, i have at least 2 that are way overrated,or shouldn't be on the list at all-and as you know,i'm not a young guy saying the game is more difficult now,nor an older guy that says the game back then was rougher(even though the rules back then let the players get away with a lot more).

what are your feelings on the matter?[:^)]

YATittle1962
10-14-2010, 10:21 PM
Chuck Benarik once almost killed Frank Gifford......... what was #60s nickname? and how did he get it? Z</P>


hahahahahaha.... I'm watching the same show, YA... Top 100.</P>


Concrete Charlie... he sold concrete in his 'other' job.</P>


Almost every player had to have another job to make ends meet back then.* I think it was that way until around late 60s -*'70 when salaries in all sports started to skyrocket.</P>


*</P>


hahahahahaha

I saw that and said.........Ill throw that at the boys........

weinisi
10-14-2010, 10:53 PM
authentic jerseys of NBA NHL NFL MLB NCAA .www.base-price.com (http://www.base-price.com)

zimonami
10-14-2010, 11:47 PM
Chuck Benarik once almost killed Frank Gifford......... what was #60s nickname? and how did he get it? Z</P>


hahahahahaha.... I'm watching the same show, YA... Top 100.</P>


Concrete Charlie... he sold concrete in his 'other' job.</P>


Almost every player had to have another job to make ends meet back then. I think it was that way until around late 60s -'70 when salaries in all sports started to skyrocket.</P>


</P>


hey,everybody in the did you know...i have been watching this series of shows since it started,but i don't seem to have the instuctions to start a thread,so i'll ask you all here....what do you think of the writers selections so far of the top 100?

in every block of 10 so far, i have at least 2 that are way overrated,or shouldn't be on the list at all-and as you know,i'm not a young guy saying the game is more difficult now,nor an older guy that says the game back then was rougher(even though the rules back then let the players get away with a lot more).

what are your feelings on the matter?[:^)]
</P>


It's hard to say, rbc. I'm gonna wait 'til it's done, then look at their list of 100.</P>

jmike
10-15-2010, 12:05 AM
Lionel Manuel is correct.

jmike
10-15-2010, 01:13 AM
Y'all need to stop answering all the good questions before I get home from work.

jmike
10-15-2010, 09:23 AM
Can you name this former starter for the NY Giants with his son? He is currently an <font>anesthesiologist.

http://app1.unmc.edu/PublicAffairs/TodaySite/Images/SiteImages/zatechka&amp;ryan.jpg
</font>

YATittle1962
10-15-2010, 09:37 AM
Can you name this former starter for the NY Giants with his son?* He is currently an <font>anesthesiologist.

http://app1.unmc.edu/PublicAffairs/TodaySite/Images/SiteImages/zatechka&ryan.jpg
</font>

that face doesnt ring any bells

Im usually very good at this..........cant place it

zimonami
10-15-2010, 01:10 PM
Can you name this former starter for the NY Giants with his son? He is currently an <FONT size=+0>anesthesiologist.

http://app1.unmc.edu/PublicAffairs/TodaySite/Images/SiteImages/zatechka&amp;ryan.jpg
</FONT> that face doesnt ring any bells Im usually very good at this..........cant place it</P>


I'm also stumped... will be like, "Oh, Yeah!" when someone gets it</P>

zimonami
10-15-2010, 02:11 PM
Can you name this former starter for the NY Giants with his son? He is currently an <FONT size=+0>anesthesiologist.

http://app1.unmc.edu/PublicAffairs/TodaySite/Images/SiteImages/zatechka&amp;ryan.jpg
</FONT> that face doesnt ring any bells Im usually very good at this..........cant place it</P>


I'm also stumped... will be like, "Oh, Yeah!" when someone gets it</P>


</P>


Figured he had to be a QB, WR, or RB... couldn't think of anyone that fit... he seems to be less than 35, or so, even with the baldy.</P>


Then it hit me... a punter.</P>


Could it be Brad Maynard?</P>

YATittle1962
10-15-2010, 03:52 PM
Can you name this former starter for the NY Giants with his son?* He is currently an <FONT size=+0>anesthesiologist.

http://app1.unmc.edu/PublicAffairs/TodaySite/Images/SiteImages/zatechka&ryan.jpg
</FONT> that face doesnt ring any bells Im usually very good at this..........cant place it</P>


I'm also stumped...** will be like, "Oh, Yeah!" when someone gets it</P>


</P>


Figured he had to be a QB, WR, or RB... couldn't think of anyone that fit... he seems to be less than 35, or so, even with the baldy.</P>


Then it hit me... a punter.</P>


Could it be Brad Maynard?</P>

dont think so Zimmy .....I remember Brad looking differently

I could be wrong though

allentown PA
10-15-2010, 05:38 PM
Can you name this former starter for the NY Giants with his son?* He is currently an <FONT size=+0>anesthesiologist.

http://app1.unmc.edu/PublicAffairs/TodaySite/Images/SiteImages/zatechka&ryan.jpg
</FONT> that face doesnt ring any bells Im usually very good at this..........cant place it</P>


I'm also stumped...** will be like, "Oh, Yeah!" when someone gets it</P>


</P>


Figured he had to be a QB, WR, or RB... couldn't think of anyone that fit... he seems to be less than 35, or so, even with the baldy.</P>


Then it hit me... a punter.</P>


Could it be Brad Maynard?</P>

corey widmer???

scoopscj
10-15-2010, 05:52 PM
Chad Bratzke?


Man, I'm clueless

zimonami
10-15-2010, 06:07 PM
His face is more chiseled than Maynard's... but that'sthe cloest I could think of.</P>


I'm thinking 1995 - 2005</P>


I'll add DB's and LB's to my mental process, but I don't think he's big enough to ne a lineman, unless he's lost a lot of weight after football.</P>

rbcarpenter
10-15-2010, 06:47 PM
ryan phillips,maybe???

allentown PA
10-15-2010, 08:04 PM
ryan phillips,maybe???


i think ur right.

jmike
10-15-2010, 09:17 PM
Being the doctor was the hint. It is Rob Zatechka.

He did lose a lot of weight, down to 260, he says he's slim now.

jmike
10-15-2010, 09:28 PM
Ok boys, try this one on for size.....

Name this former Giant

http://classicnoles.typepad.com/garnetandgreat/images/2008/01/13/colrudolph_rev.jpg

YATittle1962
10-15-2010, 09:34 PM
Ok boys, try this one on for size.....

Name this former Giant

http://classicnoles.typepad.com/garnetandgreat/images/2008/01/13/colrudolph_rev.jpg


Luke Petitgout?

dont think he wore a number in the 90s in college though......

just my first thought when I saw the pic

jmike
10-15-2010, 10:24 PM
Nope not Luke. He went to Notre Dame, that isn't Notre Dame.

Maybe I should start you guys off with training wheels on the players of the 90s.

Try this one:

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3267/2635909120_0531e4c9c3_o.jpg

YATittle1962
10-15-2010, 10:26 PM
Nope not Luke.* He went to Notre Dame, that isn't Notre Dame.

Maybe I should start you guys off with training wheels on the players of the 90s.

Try this one:

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3267/2635909120_0531e4c9c3_o.jpg


that pick is small......and Im old..... ;)

it looked like ND to my old eyes

jmike
10-15-2010, 10:39 PM
Nope not Luke. He went to Notre Dame, that isn't Notre Dame.

Maybe I should start you guys off with training wheels on the players of the 90s.

Try this one:

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3267/2635909120_0531e4c9c3_o.jpg


that pick is small......and Im old..... ;)

it looked like ND to my old eyes

I kid, but I see you couldn't figure out the new pic. (hint: his name is at the bottom of the picture).

:P

rbcarpenter
10-16-2010, 06:04 PM
i will say the last pic(NOT charles way),was chad bradtzke.

jmike
10-16-2010, 08:38 PM
i will say the last pic(NOT charles way),was chad bradtzke.


No, but closer than Luke.

rbcarpenter
10-16-2010, 09:15 PM
mike fox?

jmike
10-16-2010, 09:45 PM
mike fox?


No, he went to West Virginia and looked like someone outa Jeff Foxworthy's act.

YATittle1962
10-17-2010, 11:29 AM
Nope not Luke.* He went to Notre Dame, that isn't Notre Dame.

Maybe I should start you guys off with training wheels on the players of the 90s.

Try this one:

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3267/2635909120_0531e4c9c3_o.jpg


that pick is small......and Im old..... ;)

it looked like ND to my old eyes

I kid, but I see you couldn't figure out the new pic.* (hint: his name is at the bottom of the picture).

:P


Im not that old jm........

;)

keyofgmen
10-17-2010, 11:58 AM
Ok boys, try this one on for size.....

Name this former Giant

http://classicnoles.typepad.com/garnetandgreat/images/2008/01/13/colrudolph_rev.jpg


Looks like a PITT uniform to me..HMMM..

ny06
10-17-2010, 12:14 PM
Ok boys, try this one on for size.....

Name this former Giant

http://classicnoles.typepad.com/garnetandgreat/images/2008/01/13/colrudolph_rev.jpg
</P>


Coleman Rudolph?</P>

jmike
10-17-2010, 10:27 PM
Ok boys, try this one on for size.....

Name this former Giant

http://classicnoles.typepad.com/garnetandgreat/images/2008/01/13/colrudolph_rev.jpg
</p>


Coleman Rudolph?</p>

Well done, it is Coleman Rudolph.

Can you name this teammate of his?

http://img.fanbase.com/media.fanbase.com/8/21098/bbd9c89b13655e897508c6f05c8bd31400793159.jpg?x=202 &amp;y=240&amp;sig=005f82464bf5d5760f2e1b7924a831ef

zimonami
10-17-2010, 10:31 PM
Ok boys, try this one on for size.....

Name this former Giant

http://classicnoles.typepad.com/garnetandgreat/images/2008/01/13/colrudolph_rev.jpg
</P>


Coleman Rudolph?</P>




Well done, it is Coleman Rudolph.

Can you name this teammate of his?

http://img.fanbase.com/media.fanbase.com/8/21098/bbd9c89b13655e897508c6f05c8bd31400793159.jpg?x=202 &amp;y=240&amp;sig=005f82464bf5d5760f2e1b7924a831ef
</P>


That's Jesse Campbell, 37... was with us 5-6 years at Safety</P>

ny06
10-17-2010, 11:24 PM
Ok boys, try this one on for size.....

Name this former Giant

http://classicnoles.typepad.com/garnetandgreat/images/2008/01/13/colrudolph_rev.jpg
</P>


Coleman Rudolph?</P>




Well done, it is Coleman Rudolph.

Can you name this teammate of his?

http://img.fanbase.com/media.fanbase.com/8/21098/bbd9c89b13655e897508c6f05c8bd31400793159.jpg?x=202 &amp;y=240&amp;sig=005f82464bf5d5760f2e1b7924a831ef
</P>


That's Jesse Campbell, 37... was with us 5-6 years at Safety</P>


</P>


That's him</P>


[Y]</P>

YATittle1962
10-17-2010, 11:32 PM
one of Campbells teammates

name him
http://img89.imageshack.us/img89/7194/657361.jpg

ny06
10-17-2010, 11:34 PM
one of Campbells teammates name him http://img89.imageshack.us/img89/7194/657361.jpg</P>


tito wooten</P>

YATittle1962
10-17-2010, 11:35 PM
one of Campbells teammates name him http://img89.imageshack.us/img89/7194/657361.jpg</P>


tito wooten</P>

should have known I couldnt slip ole Tito past you

jmike
10-18-2010, 02:01 AM
http://img.fanbase.com/media.fanbase.com/8/21098/43e06719a8d99913d0fff1d8210413a3b0f54da3.jpg?x=227 &amp;y=270&amp;sig=4827483d606396b3aff50a61c25247a1

ny06
10-18-2010, 10:02 AM
http://img.fanbase.com/media.fanbase.com/8/21098/43e06719a8d99913d0fff1d8210413a3b0f54da3.jpg?x=227 &amp;y=270&amp;sig=4827483d606396b3aff50a61c25247a1</P>


That looks like Jamal Duff</P>


</P>

jmike
10-18-2010, 10:16 AM
nope

allentown PA
10-18-2010, 11:23 AM
http://img.fanbase.com/media.fanbase.com/8/21098/43e06719a8d99913d0fff1d8210413a3b0f54da3.jpg?x=227&y=270&sig=4827483d606396b3aff50a61c25247a1</P>


That looks like Jamal Duff</P>


*</P>
marcus buckely??

jmike
10-18-2010, 11:39 AM
nope

YATittle1962
10-18-2010, 12:38 PM
who was the first Giant to take a Tony Romo pick to the house?







Z

ny06
10-18-2010, 12:43 PM
who was the first Giant to take a Tony Romo pick to the house? Z</P>


I remember that game, it was the game when Romo got intercepted 3 times.</P>


Kevin Dockery had that huge int return for a touchdown.</P>

YATittle1962
10-18-2010, 12:44 PM
who was the first Giant to take a Tony Romo pick to the house? Z</P>


I remember that game, it was the game when Romo got intercepted 3 times.</P>


Kevin Dockery had that huge int return for a touchdown.</P>

06 as always on top of his game

what D lineman had one of those picks?

ny06
10-18-2010, 12:47 PM
who was the first Giant to take a Tony Romo pick to the house? Z</P>


I remember that game, it was the game when Romo got intercepted 3 times.</P>


Kevin Dockery had that huge int return for a touchdown.</P>


06 as always on top of his game what D lineman had one of those picks?</P>


Now that is a tough one, I know Pierce had an interception. </P>


Was it Strahan?</P>

YATittle1962
10-18-2010, 12:48 PM
who was the first Giant to take a Tony Romo pick to the house? Z</P>


I remember that game, it was the game when Romo got intercepted 3 times.</P>


Kevin Dockery had that huge int return for a touchdown.</P>


06 as always on top of his game what D lineman had one of those picks?</P>


Now that is a tough one, I know Pierce had an interception. </P>


Was it Strahan?</P>

wasnt Stra.....

allentown PA
10-18-2010, 01:01 PM
who was the first Giant to take a Tony Romo pick to the house? Z</P>


I remember that game, it was the game when Romo got intercepted 3 times.</P>


Kevin Dockery had that huge int return for a touchdown.</P>


06 as always on top of his game what D lineman had one of those picks?</P>


Now that is a tough one, I know Pierce had an interception. </P>


Was it Strahan?</P>

wasnt Stra.....

was it fred robbins??

YATittle1962
10-18-2010, 01:03 PM
who was the first Giant to take a Tony Romo pick to the house? Z</P>


I remember that game, it was the game when Romo got intercepted 3 times.</P>


Kevin Dockery had that huge int return for a touchdown.</P>


06 as always on top of his game what D lineman had one of those picks?</P>


Now that is a tough one, I know Pierce had an interception. </P>


Was it Strahan?</P>

wasnt Stra.....

was it fred robbins??

big Freddy it was

jmike
10-18-2010, 01:13 PM
http://img.fanbase.com/media.fanbase.com/8/21098/43e06719a8d99913d0fff1d8210413a3b0f54da3.jpg?x=227 &amp;y=270&amp;sig=4827483d606396b3aff50a61c25247a1</p>


</p>

Gary "First" Downs
</p>

allentown PA
10-18-2010, 01:46 PM
IN 1993 what giant fullback who wore number 44 had a career day in a 41-7 blow out win in washington.

YATittle1962
10-18-2010, 01:51 PM
IN 1993 what giant fullback who wore number 44 had a career day in a 41-7 blow out win in washington.

we talked about him recently in this thread.......

thats Kenyon Rasheed

allentown PA
10-18-2010, 01:58 PM
IN 1993 what giant fullback who wore number 44 had a career day in a 41-7 blow out win in washington.

we talked about him recently in this thread.......

thats Kenyon Rasheed

my bad didnt realize lol...i liked that 93 team a lot

YATittle1962
10-18-2010, 02:12 PM
IN 1993 what giant fullback who wore number 44 had a career day in a 41-7 blow out win in washington.

we talked about him recently in this thread.......

thats Kenyon Rasheed

my bad didnt realize lol...i liked that 93 team a lot

no......just mentioning that cus thats how I knew the answer.......

I dug that team as well

allentown PA
10-18-2010, 02:49 PM
IN 1993 what giant fullback who wore number 44 had a career day in a 41-7 blow out win in washington.

we talked about him recently in this thread.......

thats Kenyon Rasheed
I always wonder what could have been, if they had beat dallas and got homefield that year.

my bad didnt realize lol...i liked that 93 team a lot

no......just mentioning that cus thats how I knew the answer.......

I dug that team as well

jmike
10-18-2010, 05:05 PM
In 1996 the Giants beat the Detroit Lions 35-7 in the highest single game point total of the season. Who threw the 1st TD pass of the game?

allentown PA
10-18-2010, 05:11 PM
In 1996 the Giants beat the Detroit Lions 35-7 in the highest single game point total of the season.* Who threw the 1st TD pass of the game?


tyrone wheatley

jmike
10-18-2010, 06:41 PM
Yes. Crazy game, takes a terrible offense to have this happen to score your most points of a season.

2 field goals by Daluiso.
Safety on a blocked punt by tito wooten
A TD pass to Calloway by Wheatley
A TD pass to Lewis by Brown
Interception return by Douglass and another by Agnew.

YATittle1962
10-18-2010, 09:12 PM
Yes.* Crazy game, takes a terrible offense to have this happen to score your most points of a season.

2 field goals by Daluiso.
Safety on a blocked punt by tito wooten
A TD pass to Calloway by Wheatley
A TD pass to Lewis by Brown
Interception return by Douglass and another by Agnew.




that game was quite odd from what I remember

I was at that game ........ strategically planned some business I had in Detroit right around that weekend.... ;)


I remember big Corey Widmer picking one off

allentown PA
10-19-2010, 12:28 AM
Yes.* Crazy game, takes a terrible offense to have this happen to score your most points of a season.

2 field goals by Daluiso.
Safety on a blocked punt by tito wooten
A TD pass to Calloway by Wheatley
A TD pass to Lewis by Brown
Interception return by Douglass and another by Agnew.




that game was quite odd from what I remember

I was at that game ........ strategically planned some business I had in Detroit right around that weekend.... ;)


I remember big Corey Widmer picking one off
YA how many road games have you gone to over the years any playoff games???

YATittle1962
10-19-2010, 11:33 AM
Yes.* Crazy game, takes a terrible offense to have this happen to score your most points of a season.

2 field goals by Daluiso.
Safety on a blocked punt by tito wooten
A TD pass to Calloway by Wheatley
A TD pass to Lewis by Brown
Interception return by Douglass and another by Agnew.




that game was quite odd from what I remember

I was at that game ........ strategically planned some business I had in Detroit right around that weekend.... ;)


I remember big Corey Widmer picking one off
YA how many road games have you gone to over the years any playoff games???

I ve been to lots....

been going to the Philly game in Philly every year for at least 20 years without missing one....

been to games in Buffalo, New Orleans, Detroit, Washington (Maryland), Dallas, San Fran, Cleveland, Chicago, and Seattle.

the only away playoff games Ive been to were 1990 @ San Fran, 1981 @ Philly and @ San Fran. and unfortunately 1985 @ Chicago.

never been to a Superbowl

zimonami
10-19-2010, 12:58 PM
Yes. Crazy game, takes a terrible offense to have this happen to score your most points of a season.

2 field goals by Daluiso.
Safety on a blocked punt by tito wooten
A TD pass to Calloway by Wheatley
A TD pass to Lewis by Brown
Interception return by Douglass and another by Agnew.


that game was quite odd from what I remember I was at that game ........ strategically planned some business I had in Detroit right around that weekend.... ;) I remember big Corey Widmer picking one off YA how many road games have you gone to over the years any playoff games??? I ve been to lots.... been going to the Philly game in Philly every year for at least 20 years without missing one.... been to games in Buffalo, New Orleans, Detroit, Washington (Maryland), Dallas, San Fran, Cleveland, Chicago, and Seattle. the only away playoff games Ive been to were 1990 @ San Fran, 1981 @ Philly and @ San Fran. and unfortunately 1985 @ Chicago. never been to a Superbowl</P>


wow... that's quite a list, YA. I've only beenan away game at Tennessee, and I went to SBXXV... but, I did stay at a Holiday Inn a few times</P>

SEC105
10-19-2010, 04:31 PM
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Who is this former Dallas Cowboy? no.70</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
10-19-2010, 04:34 PM
Yes. Crazy game, takes a terrible offense to have this happen to score your most points of a season.

2 field goals by Daluiso.
Safety on a blocked punt by tito wooten
A TD pass to Calloway by Wheatley
A TD pass to Lewis by Brown
Interception return by Douglass and another by Agnew.


that game was quite odd from what I remember I was at that game ........ strategically planned some business I had in Detroit right around that weekend.... ;) I remember big Corey Widmer picking one off YA how many road games have you gone to over the years any playoff games??? I ve been to lots.... been going to the Philly game in Philly every year for at least 20 years without missing one.... been to games in Buffalo, New Orleans, Detroit, Washington (Maryland), Dallas, San Fran, Cleveland, Chicago, and Seattle. the only away playoff games Ive been to were 1990 @ San Fran, 1981 @ Philly and @ San Fran. and unfortunately 1985 @ Chicago. never been to a Superbowl</P>


wow... that's quite a list, YA. I've only beenan away game at Tennessee, and I went to SBXXV... but, I did stay at a Holiday Inn a few times</P>


</P>


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlCLuIwuVgQ</P>


"Stayed at a Holiday Inn last night" lol</P>


Z</P>

jmike
10-19-2010, 05:07 PM
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Who is this former Dallas Cowboy? no.70</p>


Z</p>

Something appears to be missing

SEC105
10-19-2010, 05:10 PM
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Who is this former Dallas Cowboy? no.70</P>


Z</P>




Something appears to be missing
</P>


Like what?</P>


Z</P>

keyofgmen
10-19-2010, 06:28 PM
Coming up on 500 pages for this thread! I'm going to put a new thread up to honor the best thread ever.

rbcarpenter
10-19-2010, 07:08 PM
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Who is this former Dallas Cowboy? no.70</p>


Z</p>




Something appears to be missing
</p>


Like what?</p>


Z</p>i THINK jmike is commenting on the fact that it appears staubach is pitching the ball to....nobody,lol!

jmike
10-19-2010, 07:36 PM
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Who is this former Dallas Cowboy? no.70</p>


Z</p>




Something appears to be missing
</p>


Like what?</p>


Z</p>

The picture. At least I don't see one.

zimonami
10-19-2010, 08:35 PM
Coming up on 500 pages for this thread! I'm going to put a new thread up to honor the best thread ever.</P>


Good to see ya', Key.</P>


Yeah, this is a great place to come... all the peeps on here are great. No B.S., ever, from anybody. All respectful... no one ranking out someone who made a wrong or stupidguess. New faces catching on,,, in the last 3-4 months we've had jomo, NY06, jmike, lltaylor56, and Allentown bringing fresh questions... and we keep marching on. Thank you, YA.</P>

YATittle1962
10-19-2010, 09:35 PM
Coming up on 500 pages for this thread! I'm going to put a new thread up to honor the best thread ever.</P>


Good to see ya', Key.</P>


Yeah, this is a great place to come... all the peeps on here are great.* No B.S., ever, from anybody. All respectful... no one ranking out someone who made a wrong or stupid*guess. New faces catching on,,, in the last 3-4 months we've had jomo, NY06, jmike, lltaylor56, and Allentown bringing fresh questions... and we keep marching on.** Thank you, YA.</P>

I often forget that I started this thread.....cus it doesnt matter.....

you guys are what matters......you guys who keep her alive with amazing questions everyday

Im at peace when I come here

so lets roll on....

this will be the Giants second trip to the Cowboys new Stadium......so in honor of that.....

on the Giants second trip to Texas Stadium an eventual Giant QB threw 2 ints.....

who was he and who intercepted him?

easy bonus.......what other Cowboy QB threw the 3rd pick?





Z

rbcarpenter
10-19-2010, 10:36 PM
morton and staubach?

zimonami
10-20-2010, 12:45 AM
Had to be early 70's, so was probably either Willie Williams or Spider.

YATittle1962
10-20-2010, 09:21 AM
zim and rbc......both correct

you think Fran Tarkenton signed the wall at Texas Stadium after the first game in '71?

;)

prob not after a loss huh?

SEC105
10-20-2010, 04:31 PM
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Who is this former Dallas Cowboy? no.70</P>


Z</P>




Something appears to be missing
</P>


Like what?</P>


Z</P>




The picture. At least I don't see one.
</P>


You guys can't see this picture of the Dallas OT number 70?.........he's aHOFer</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
10-20-2010, 04:35 PM
During our 86 Super Bowl run @ Giants Stadium we beat the Cowboys to avenge our first game loss to them. What play was Dallas' last one securing victory for the Giants?</P>


Z</P>

zimonami
10-20-2010, 04:37 PM
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Who is this former Dallas Cowboy? no.70</P>


Z</P>




Something appears to be missing
</P>


Like what?</P>


Z</P>




The picture. At least I don't see one.
</P>


You guys can't see this picture of the Dallas OT number 70?.........he's aHOFer</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I'm thinking rayfield Wright. ??? He wore 70 as a Cowboy for a few years. Can't remember if he was a HOFer.</P>

SEC105
10-20-2010, 04:57 PM
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Who is this former Dallas Cowboy? no.70</P>


Z</P>




Something appears to be missing
</P>


Like what?</P>


Z</P>




The picture. At least I don't see one.
</P>


You guys can't see this picture of the Dallas OT number 70?.........he's aHOFer</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I'm thinking rayfield Wright. ??? He wore 70 as a Cowboy for a few years. Can't remember if he was a HOFer.</P>


</P>


Rayfield Wright is the man Z and yes he is an HOFer</P>


http://www.sportsblink.com/product_images/rayfield-wright-dallas-cowboys-autographed-photograph-hof-inscription-3376767.jpg</P>


Who's no. 44 in this pic that Rayfield is leading the block for ?</P>


Z</P>

nyghammer75
10-20-2010, 05:23 PM
wasn't it a george martin sack that nocked them out of fg range? i think maybe the sack was on 3rd and he got a pressure on 4th. am i right?

rbcarpenter
10-20-2010, 08:09 PM
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Who is this former Dallas Cowboy? no.70</p>


Z</p>




Something appears to be missing
</p>


Like what?</p>


Z</p>




The picture. At least I don't see one.
</p>


You guys can't see this picture of the Dallas OT number 70?.........he's aHOFer</p>


Z</p>


</p>


I'm thinking rayfield Wright. ??? He wore 70 as a Cowboy for a few years. Can't remember if he was a HOFer.</p>


</p>


Rayfield Wright is the man Z and yes he is an HOFer</p>


http://www.sportsblink.com/product_images/rayfield-wright-dallas-cowboys-autographed-photograph-hof-inscription-3376767.jpg</p>


Who's no. 44 in this pic that Rayfield is leading the block for ?</p>


Z</p>robert newhouse.

rbcarpenter
10-20-2010, 08:15 PM
wasn't it a george martin sack that nocked them out of fg range? i think maybe the sack was on 3rd and he got a pressure on 4th. am i right?i think also in that sequence of plays he caused a critical false start against the tackle in front of him.

scoopscj
10-20-2010, 08:19 PM
This question comes from memory only so be warned, it may be flawed.

With Dallas this week, I'll ask a Dallas Giants question.

In 1984-85 which two Cowboys linemen were the absolute BANE of Phil Simms batting balls down and intercepting them?

YATittle1962
10-20-2010, 09:01 PM
This question comes from memory only so be warned, it may be flawed.

With Dallas this week, I'll ask a Dallas Giants question.

In 1984-85 which two Cowboys linemen were the absolute BANE of Phil Simms batting balls down and intercepting them?




is Jeffcoat one of them?

I remember him harassing Simms pretty regularly

rbcarpenter
10-20-2010, 09:25 PM
i think it was jeffcoat and too tall.

scoopscj
10-20-2010, 09:37 PM
i think it was jeffcoat and too tall.
[:D]

zimonami
10-20-2010, 10:06 PM
Rayfield Wright is the man Z and yes he is an HOFer</P>


http://www.sportsblink.com/product_images/rayfield-wright-dallas-cowboys-autographed-photograph-hof-inscription-3376767.jpg</P>


Who's no. 44 in this pic that Rayfield is leading the block for ?</P>


Z</P>


robert newhouse.
</P>


</P>


I agree on Newhouse, rbc... hge looks so tiny caompared to Ray</P>

scoopscj
10-21-2010, 09:07 AM
Not sure if this question was asked but here goes..

Who is this former Giant and Hollywood actor?

http://i260.photobucket.com/albums/ii12/scoopscj/1stpickGiants.png?t=1287666373

YATittle1962
10-21-2010, 09:16 AM
Not sure if this question was asked but here goes..

Who is this former Giant and Hollywood actor?

http://i260.photobucket.com/albums/ii12/scoopscj/1stpickGiants.png?t=1287666373


thats Fred Dryer aka Hunter

he was a fantastic player both as a Giant and a Ram

what did the Giants get for him in a trade and to whom did they trade him?

it was a bad move in my opinion

scoopscj
10-21-2010, 09:56 AM
Not sure if this question was asked but here goes..

Who is this former Giant and Hollywood actor?

http://i260.photobucket.com/albums/ii12/scoopscj/1stpickGiants.png?t=1287666373


thats Fred Dryer aka Hunter

he was a fantastic player both as a Giant and a Ram

what did the Giants get for him in a trade and to whom did they trade him?

it was a bad move in my opinion

Now that I have no idea. I did watch Hunter all the time growing up. LOVED IT.

Wish they would run some on syndication again. I remember it being a decent show but maybe that's just my bad memory. I once thought the A-Team was a good show too but when I saw a repeat recently I told myself, "WTF were you watching this for?" It was so bad.

I am looking forward to finding out the answer to this. I bet Zim knows.


Scoops

zimonami
10-21-2010, 11:09 AM
Not sure if this question was asked but here goes..

Who is this former Giant and Hollywood actor?

http://i260.photobucket.com/albums/ii12/scoopscj/1stpickGiants.png?t=1287666373
thats Fred Dryer aka Hunter he was a fantastic player both as a Giant and a Ram what did the Giants get for him in a trade and to whom did they trade him? it was a bad move in my opinion

Now that I have no idea. I did watch Hunter all the time growing up. LOVED IT.

Wish they would run some on syndication again. I remember it being a decent show but maybe that's just my bad memory. I once thought the A-Team was a good show too but when I saw a repeat recently I told myself, "WTF were you watching this for?" It was so bad.

I am looking forward to finding out the answer to this. I bet Zim knows.


Scoops

</P>


Yeah... too bad, too, because he was a sack machine. I was angry that we traded him, but truth was he was not happy in NY. Fred was from San Diego, so he always wanted back on the left coast.</P>


After the '71 season we traded him for 2 or 3 picks to Boston (New England). I can't remember what the picks were. Boston turned around and traded him to the Rams before the '72 draft. </P>


What was the most sacks Fred ever got in a game, and who was it against?</P>

SEC105
10-21-2010, 04:15 PM
Rayfield Wright is the man Z and yes he is an HOFer</P>


http://www.sportsblink.com/product_images/rayfield-wright-dallas-cowboys-autographed-photograph-hof-inscription-3376767.jpg</P>


Who's no. 44 in this pic that Rayfield is leading the block for ?</P>


Z</P>


robert newhouse.
</P>


</P>


I agree on Newhouse, rbc... hge looks so tiny caompared to Ray</P>


</P>


Yup thats Robert Newhouse guys......one tough RB</P>


http://www.sportsblink.com/product_images/robert-newhouse-dallas-cowboys-autographed-photograph-3361095.jpg</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
10-21-2010, 04:18 PM
Not sure if this question was asked but here goes..

Who is this former Giant and Hollywood actor?

http://i260.photobucket.com/albums/ii12/scoopscj/1stpickGiants.png?t=1287666373
thats Fred Dryer aka Hunter he was a fantastic player both as a Giant and a Ram what did the Giants get for him in a trade and to whom did they trade him? it was a bad move in my opinion

Now that I have no idea. I did watch Hunter all the time growing up. LOVED IT.

Wish they would run some on syndication again. I remember it being a decent show but maybe that's just my bad memory. I once thought the A-Team was a good show too but when I saw a repeat recently I told myself, "WTF were you watching this for?" It was so bad.

I am looking forward to finding out the answer to this. I bet Zim knows.


Scoops

</P>


Yeah... too bad, too, because he was a sack machine. I was angry that we traded him, but truth was he was not happy in NY. Fred was from San Diego, so he always wanted back on the left coast.</P>


After the '71 season we traded him for 2 or 3 picks to Boston (New England). I can't remember what the picks were. Boston turned around and traded him to the Rams before the '72 draft. </P>


What was the most sacks Fred ever got in a game, and who was it against?</P>


</P>


I know Fred had 2 safeties in one game. He may be the only player to ever do that I can think off.</P>


He was a LARam when hedid it. Can't recall who it wasagainst</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
10-21-2010, 04:24 PM
wasn't it a george martin sack that nocked them out of fg range? i think maybe the sack was on 3rd and he got a pressure on 4th. am i right?</P>


Don't recall but I think Martin did get a sack on that last Cowboy drive when they were trying to get into FG range. They also had penalties which forced Raphel Septien to try a 63 yard FG. Kick was no good [short]and we won 17-14</P>


Z</P>

ny06
10-21-2010, 04:28 PM
Not sure if this question was asked but here goes..

Who is this former Giant and Hollywood actor?

http://i260.photobucket.com/albums/ii12/scoopscj/1stpickGiants.png?t=1287666373
thats Fred Dryer aka Hunter he was a fantastic player both as a Giant and a Ram what did the Giants get for him in a trade and to whom did they trade him? it was a bad move in my opinion

Now that I have no idea. I did watch Hunter all the time growing up. LOVED IT.

Wish they would run some on syndication again. I remember it being a decent show but maybe that's just my bad memory. I once thought the A-Team was a good show too but when I saw a repeat recently I told myself, "WTF were you watching this for?" It was so bad.

I am looking forward to finding out the answer to this. I bet Zim knows.


Scoops

</P>


Yeah... too bad, too, because he was a sack machine. I was angry that we traded him, but truth was he was not happy in NY. Fred was from San Diego, so he always wanted back on the left coast.</P>


After the '71 season we traded him for 2 or 3 picks to Boston (New England). I can't remember what the picks were. Boston turned around and traded him to the Rams before the '72 draft. </P>


What was the most sacks Fred ever got in a game, and who was it against?</P>


</P>


I know Fred had 2 safeties in one game. He may be the only player to ever do that I can think off.</P>


He was a LARam when hedid it. Can't recall who it wasagainst</P>


Z</P>


</P>


You are correct SEC, it was against the packers. </P>


Who holds the record for most safeties in a career? </P>


Hint, it's two players</P>

SEC105
10-21-2010, 04:45 PM
Not sure if this question was asked but here goes..

Who is this former Giant and Hollywood actor?

http://i260.photobucket.com/albums/ii12/scoopscj/1stpickGiants.png?t=1287666373
thats Fred Dryer aka Hunter he was a fantastic player both as a Giant and a Ram what did the Giants get for him in a trade and to whom did they trade him? it was a bad move in my opinion

Now that I have no idea. I did watch Hunter all the time growing up. LOVED IT.

Wish they would run some on syndication again. I remember it being a decent show but maybe that's just my bad memory. I once thought the A-Team was a good show too but when I saw a repeat recently I told myself, "WTF were you watching this for?" It was so bad.

I am looking forward to finding out the answer to this. I bet Zim knows.


Scoops

</P>


Yeah... too bad, too, because he was a sack machine. I was angry that we traded him, but truth was he was not happy in NY. Fred was from San Diego, so he always wanted back on the left coast.</P>


After the '71 season we traded him for 2 or 3 picks to Boston (New England). I can't remember what the picks were. Boston turned around and traded him to the Rams before the '72 draft. </P>


What was the most sacks Fred ever got in a game, and who was it against?</P>


</P>


I know Fred had 2 safeties in one game. He may be the only player to ever do that I can think off.</P>


He was a LARam when hedid it. Can't recall who it wasagainst</P>


Z</P>


</P>


You are correct SEC, it was against the packers. </P>


Who holds the record for most safeties in a career? </P>


Hint, it's two players</P>


</P>


I'll take a wild guess on onebecause I don't know NY06.........Reggie White?</P>


Z</P>

ny06
10-21-2010, 09:28 PM
Not sure if this question was asked but here goes..

Who is this former Giant and Hollywood actor?

http://i260.photobucket.com/albums/ii12/scoopscj/1stpickGiants.png?t=1287666373
thats Fred Dryer aka Hunter he was a fantastic player both as a Giant and a Ram what did the Giants get for him in a trade and to whom did they trade him? it was a bad move in my opinion

Now that I have no idea. I did watch Hunter all the time growing up. LOVED IT.

Wish they would run some on syndication again. I remember it being a decent show but maybe that's just my bad memory. I once thought the A-Team was a good show too but when I saw a repeat recently I told myself, "WTF were you watching this for?" It was so bad.

I am looking forward to finding out the answer to this. I bet Zim knows.


Scoops

</P>


Yeah... too bad, too, because he was a sack machine. I was angry that we traded him, but truth was he was not happy in NY. Fred was from San Diego, so he always wanted back on the left coast.</P>


After the '71 season we traded him for 2 or 3 picks to Boston (New England). I can't remember what the picks were. Boston turned around and traded him to the Rams before the '72 draft. </P>


What was the most sacks Fred ever got in a game, and who was it against?</P>


</P>


I know Fred had 2 safeties in one game. He may be the only player to ever do that I can think off.</P>


He was a LARam when hedid it. Can't recall who it wasagainst</P>


Z</P>


</P>


You are correct SEC, it was against the packers. </P>


Who holds the record for most safeties in a career? </P>


Hint, it's two players</P>


</P>


I'll take a wild guess on onebecause I don't know NY06.........Reggie White?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


Good guess SEC, but sorry not him.</P>


Think of players in the 70s</P>

YATittle1962
10-21-2010, 09:34 PM
Not sure if this question was asked but here goes..

Who is this former Giant and Hollywood actor?

http://i260.photobucket.com/albums/ii12/scoopscj/1stpickGiants.png?t=1287666373
thats Fred Dryer aka Hunter he was a fantastic player both as a Giant and a Ram what did the Giants get for him in a trade and to whom did they trade him? it was a bad move in my opinion

Now that I have no idea.* I did watch Hunter all the time growing up.* LOVED IT.

Wish they would run some on syndication again.* I remember it being a decent show but maybe that's just my bad memory.* I once thought the A-Team was a good show too but when I saw a repeat recently I told myself, "WTF were you watching this for?"* It was so bad.

I am looking forward to finding out the answer to this.* I bet Zim knows.


Scoops

</P>


Yeah... too bad, too, because he was a sack machine.* I was angry that we traded him, but truth was he was not happy in NY. Fred was from San Diego, so he always wanted back on the left coast.</P>


After the '71 season we traded him for 2 or 3 picks to Boston (New England). I can't remember what the picks were.* Boston turned around and traded him to the Rams before the '72 draft.* </P>


What was the most sacks Fred ever got in a game, and who was it against?</P>


</P>


I know Fred had 2 safeties in one game. He may be the only player to ever do that I can think off.</P>


He was a LA*Ram when he*did it. Can't recall who it was*against</P>


Z</P>


</P>


You are correct SEC, it was against the packers. </P>


Who holds the record for most safeties in a career? </P>


Hint, it's two players</P>


</P>


I'll take a wild guess on one*because I don't know NY06.........Reggie White?</P>


Z</P>

is one Bruce Smith?

EDIT; nevermind I just saw he said 70s

cant wait for the answer to this one......

maybe Deacon?

THE_New_York_Giants
10-21-2010, 09:40 PM
Not sure if this question was asked but here goes..

Who is this former Giant and Hollywood actor?

http://i260.photobucket.com/albums/ii12/scoopscj/1stpickGiants.png?t=1287666373
thats Fred Dryer aka Hunter he was a fantastic player both as a Giant and a Ram what did the Giants get for him in a trade and to whom did they trade him? it was a bad move in my opinion

Now that I have no idea.* I did watch Hunter all the time growing up.* LOVED IT.

Wish they would run some on syndication again.* I remember it being a decent show but maybe that's just my bad memory.* I once thought the A-Team was a good show too but when I saw a repeat recently I told myself, "WTF were you watching this for?"* It was so bad.

I am looking forward to finding out the answer to this.* I bet Zim knows.


Scoops

</P>


Yeah... too bad, too, because he was a sack machine.* I was angry that we traded him, but truth was he was not happy in NY. Fred was from San Diego, so he always wanted back on the left coast.</P>


After the '71 season we traded him for 2 or 3 picks to Boston (New England). I can't remember what the picks were.* Boston turned around and traded him to the Rams before the '72 draft.* </P>


What was the most sacks Fred ever got in a game, and who was it against?</P>


</P>


I know Fred had 2 safeties in one game. He may be the only player to ever do that I can think off.</P>


He was a LA*Ram when he*did it. Can't recall who it was*against</P>


Z</P>


</P>


You are correct SEC, it was against the packers. </P>


Who holds the record for most safeties in a career? </P>


Hint, it's two players</P>


</P>


I'll take a wild guess on one*because I don't know NY06.........Reggie White?</P>


Z</P>

is one Bruce Smith?

EDIT; nevermind I just saw he said 70s

cant wait for the answer to this one......

maybe Deacon?
It's Ted Hendricks and Doug English

ny06
10-21-2010, 09:41 PM
Not sure if this question was asked but here goes..

Who is this former Giant and Hollywood actor?

http://i260.photobucket.com/albums/ii12/scoopscj/1stpickGiants.png?t=1287666373
thats Fred Dryer aka Hunter he was a fantastic player both as a Giant and a Ram what did the Giants get for him in a trade and to whom did they trade him? it was a bad move in my opinion

Now that I have no idea. I did watch Hunter all the time growing up. LOVED IT.

Wish they would run some on syndication again. I remember it being a decent show but maybe that's just my bad memory. I once thought the A-Team was a good show too but when I saw a repeat recently I told myself, "WTF were you watching this for?" It was so bad.

I am looking forward to finding out the answer to this. I bet Zim knows.


Scoops

</P>


Yeah... too bad, too, because he was a sack machine. I was angry that we traded him, but truth was he was not happy in NY. Fred was from San Diego, so he always wanted back on the left coast.</P>


After the '71 season we traded him for 2 or 3 picks to Boston (New England). I can't remember what the picks were. Boston turned around and traded him to the Rams before the '72 draft. </P>


What was the most sacks Fred ever got in a game, and who was it against?</P>


</P>


I know Fred had 2 safeties in one game. He may be the only player to ever do that I can think off.</P>


He was a LARam when hedid it. Can't recall who it wasagainst</P>


Z</P>


</P>


You are correct SEC, it was against the packers. </P>


Who holds the record for most safeties in a career? </P>


Hint, it's two players</P>


</P>


I'll take a wild guess on onebecause I don't know NY06.........Reggie White?</P>


Z</P>


is one Bruce Smith?</P>


another good guess YA, but not him either. </P>


http://i55.tinypic.com/dmcv46.jpg</P>


http://i53.tinypic.com/2hoe3ja.jpg</P>


These are the 2 who hold the record for most safeties in a career. </P>

SEC105
10-21-2010, 10:05 PM
Not sure if this question was asked but here goes..

Who is this former Giant and Hollywood actor?

http://i260.photobucket.com/albums/ii12/scoopscj/1stpickGiants.png?t=1287666373
thats Fred Dryer aka Hunter he was a fantastic player both as a Giant and a Ram what did the Giants get for him in a trade and to whom did they trade him? it was a bad move in my opinion

Now that I have no idea. I did watch Hunter all the time growing up. LOVED IT.

Wish they would run some on syndication again. I remember it being a decent show but maybe that's just my bad memory. I once thought the A-Team was a good show too but when I saw a repeat recently I told myself, "WTF were you watching this for?" It was so bad.

I am looking forward to finding out the answer to this. I bet Zim knows.


Scoops

</P>


Yeah... too bad, too, because he was a sack machine. I was angry that we traded him, but truth was he was not happy in NY. Fred was from San Diego, so he always wanted back on the left coast.</P>


After the '71 season we traded him for 2 or 3 picks to Boston (New England). I can't remember what the picks were. Boston turned around and traded him to the Rams before the '72 draft. </P>


What was the most sacks Fred ever got in a game, and who was it against?</P>


</P>


I know Fred had 2 safeties in one game. He may be the only player to ever do that I can think off.</P>


He was a LARam when hedid it. Can't recall who it wasagainst</P>


Z</P>


</P>


You are correct SEC, it was against the packers. </P>


Who holds the record for most safeties in a career? </P>


Hint, it's two players</P>


</P>


I'll take a wild guess on onebecause I don't know NY06.........Reggie White?</P>


Z</P>


is one Bruce Smith?</P>


another good guess YA, but not him either. </P>


http://i55.tinypic.com/dmcv46.jpg</P>


http://i53.tinypic.com/2hoe3ja.jpg</P>


These are the 2 who hold the record for most safeties in a career. </P>


</P>


The Raider is Ted Hendricks........is the Lion Doug English NY06?</P>


Z</P>

YATittle1962
10-21-2010, 10:45 PM
not surprised in the least that one of them is the mad stork

ny06
10-22-2010, 10:11 AM
Not sure if this question was asked but here goes..

Who is this former Giant and Hollywood actor?

http://i260.photobucket.com/albums/ii12/scoopscj/1stpickGiants.png?t=1287666373
thats Fred Dryer aka Hunter he was a fantastic player both as a Giant and a Ram what did the Giants get for him in a trade and to whom did they trade him? it was a bad move in my opinion

Now that I have no idea. I did watch Hunter all the time growing up. LOVED IT.

Wish they would run some on syndication again. I remember it being a decent show but maybe that's just my bad memory. I once thought the A-Team was a good show too but when I saw a repeat recently I told myself, "WTF were you watching this for?" It was so bad.

I am looking forward to finding out the answer to this. I bet Zim knows.


Scoops

</P>


Yeah... too bad, too, because he was a sack machine. I was angry that we traded him, but truth was he was not happy in NY. Fred was from San Diego, so he always wanted back on the left coast.</P>


After the '71 season we traded him for 2 or 3 picks to Boston (New England). I can't remember what the picks were. Boston turned around and traded him to the Rams before the '72 draft. </P>


What was the most sacks Fred ever got in a game, and who was it against?</P>


</P>


I know Fred had 2 safeties in one game. He may be the only player to ever do that I can think off.</P>


He was a LARam when hedid it. Can't recall who it wasagainst</P>


Z</P>


</P>


You are correct SEC, it was against the packers. </P>


Who holds the record for most safeties in a career? </P>


Hint, it's two players</P>


</P>


I'll take a wild guess on onebecause I don't know NY06.........Reggie White?</P>


Z</P>


is one Bruce Smith?</P>


another good guess YA, but not him either. </P>


http://i55.tinypic.com/dmcv46.jpg</P>


http://i53.tinypic.com/2hoe3ja.jpg</P>


These are the 2 who hold the record for most safeties in a career. </P>


</P>


The Raider is Ted Hendricks........is the Lion Doug English NY06?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


correct SEC</P>


Good job.</P>


2 great players</P>

ny06
10-22-2010, 04:19 PM
Name this former Giant?</P>


http://i51.tinypic.com/2hdo9cm.jpg</P>

zimonami
10-22-2010, 04:45 PM
Name this former Giant?</P>


http://i51.tinypic.com/2hdo9cm.jpg</P>


</P>


That was the easiest you've put up in a while, 06</P>


Brad Van Pelt</P>

zimonami
10-22-2010, 04:51 PM
Name this former Giant?</P>


http://i51.tinypic.com/2hdo9cm.jpg</P>


</P>


That was the easiest you've put up in a while, 06</P>


Brad Van Pelt</P>


</P>


Notice the lack of muscle tone and mass compared to today's athlete</P>

YATittle1962
10-22-2010, 05:20 PM
Name this former Giant?</P>


http://i51.tinypic.com/2hdo9cm.jpg</P>


</P>


That was the easiest you've put up in a while, 06</P>


Brad Van Pelt</P>


</P>


Notice the lack of muscle tone and mass compared to today's athlete</P>

Brad put on some pounds on as his pro days went on though.......

but yeah........guys werent chiseled in stone as much as todays athletes

zimonami
10-22-2010, 06:49 PM
Name this former Giant?</P>


http://i51.tinypic.com/2hdo9cm.jpg</P>


</P>


That was the easiest you've put up in a while, 06</P>


Brad Van Pelt</P>


</P>


Notice the lack of muscle tone and mass compared to today's athlete</P>


Brad put on some pounds on as his pro days went on though....... but yeah........guys werent chiseled in stone as much as todays athletes</P>


Before the late 60's the guys barely worked out in the off-season... that's what training camp was for. They were just mentioning weight rooms when I was in HS. Yeah, Brad hit the weights when he got to the Giants, and he did bulk up nicely. If he was playingat Mich State today, he'd be ripped in this photo</P>

jmike
10-22-2010, 11:21 PM
Since we are really pushing ourselves this week, name these 4.

http://assets.giants.com/uploads/assets/06_nyac_crunch.jpg

<font size="1">(Actually it was just a great picture I saw and wanted to post it here somewhere.)</font>

YATittle1962
10-22-2010, 11:35 PM
Since we are really pushing ourselves this week, name these 4.

http://assets.giants.com/uploads/assets/06_nyac_crunch.jpg

<font size="1">(Actually it was just a great picture I saw and wanted to post it here somewhere.)</font>


that would make a great sig

the crunch bunch

jmike
10-22-2010, 11:48 PM
Since we are really pushing ourselves this week, name these 4.

http://assets.giants.com/uploads/assets/06_nyac_crunch.jpg

<font size="1">(Actually it was just a great picture I saw and wanted to post it here somewhere.)</font>


that would make a great sig

the crunch bunch

Here'sanother
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_gWFydlF_zNw/SZ5L1_BdiZI/AAAAAAAAAmw/h2d6le-Ko98/s400/crunch-bunch-3.jpg

jmike
10-22-2010, 11:52 PM
I like this one better

http://www.harrycarson.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/crunch-bunch-1.jpg

jmike
10-22-2010, 11:58 PM
Ok, make it a little hard....who's this?

http://i17.ebayimg.com/04/i/08/5a/c0/be_1.JPG

allentown PA
10-23-2010, 12:05 AM
Ok, make it a little hard....who's this?

http://i17.ebayimg.com/04/i/08/5a/c0/be_1.JPG


keith elias???

jmike
10-23-2010, 07:52 AM
Ok, make it a little hard....who's this?

http://i17.ebayimg.com/04/i/08/5a/c0/be_1.JPG


keith elias???

pffft no...he wore 20.
http://brandydolce.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/keith_elias.jpg

rbcarpenter
10-23-2010, 07:55 AM
Ok, make it a little hard....who's this?

http://i17.ebayimg.com/04/i/08/5a/c0/be_1.JPG


keith elias???sean bennett---good morning,jmike!

jmike
10-23-2010, 08:12 AM
Ok, make it a little hard....who's this?

http://i17.ebayimg.com/04/i/08/5a/c0/be_1.JPG


keith elias???sean bennett---good morning,jmike!


It is Sean Bennett.

GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING!!!!!! [:D][&lt;:o)]

YATittle1962
10-23-2010, 06:29 PM
how bout this one folks?

how many of Osi Umenyioras 56 1/2 career sacks have resulted in forced fumbles?

zimonami
10-23-2010, 09:38 PM
how bout this one folks? how many of Osi Umenyioras 56 1/2 career sacks have resulted in forced fumbles?</P>


I'll guess 13</P>

rbcarpenter
10-23-2010, 10:11 PM
i'll say 19.

YATittle1962
10-23-2010, 11:36 PM
TheBlueScreen Ralph Vacchiano
In fact, 25 of Osi Umenyiora 56 1/2 career sacks have resulted in forced fumbles. He is the master of the "strip-sack"

jmike
10-23-2010, 11:50 PM
Ok, this may be spawned by random boredness as I sit here at my second job for the day, but I thought it might be fun to look at the best players by number. Since it's always the same people on this thread. We can pick a random number and say who the best player to wear that number was.

Let's start with 44, with Bennett up there and Bradshaw making noise all over the board. Who was the best Giants player to wear 44?

YATittle1962
10-24-2010, 12:22 AM
Ok, this may be spawned by random boredness as I sit here at my second job for the day, but I thought it might be fun to look at the best players by number. Since it's always the same people on this thread. We can pick a random number and say who the best player to wear that number was.

Let's start with 44, with Bennett up there and Bradshaw making noise all over the board. Who was the best Giants player to wear 44?

cant leave out Kyle Rote on this one
Carthon to

rbcarpenter
10-24-2010, 08:41 AM
may not have been the best,but he had a heart the size of the empire state building during some pretty bleak years...R.I.P.,-doug kotar,#44.

scoopscj
10-24-2010, 10:02 AM
I'm going with Carthon with 44. To quote John Facenda, "A Guard in fullback's clothing."

No flash, but wins and championships are built on blocking. Carthon was a master.


Scoops

zimonami
10-24-2010, 10:58 AM
may not have been the best,but he had a heart the size of the empire state building during some pretty bleak years...R.I.P.,-doug kotar,#44.
</P>


Agree with Rote and Carthon... but, every Giant fan's heart was with Doug Kotar... the ultimate underdog. In his time the offense was woeful, but the fans often stood and cheered for his efforts.</P>

YATittle1962
10-24-2010, 11:00 AM
may not have been the best,but he had a heart the size of the empire state building during some pretty bleak years...R.I.P.,-doug kotar,#44.
</P>


Agree with Rote and Carthon... but, every Giant fan's heart was with Doug Kotar... the ultimate underdog. In his time the offense was woeful, but the fans often stood and cheered for his efforts.</P>
+1

always loved Doug

jomo
10-24-2010, 11:26 AM
may not have been the best,but he had a heart the size of the empire state building during some pretty bleak years...R.I.P.,-doug kotar,#44.
</P>


Agree with Rote and Carthon... but, every Giant fan's heart was with Doug Kotar... the ultimate underdog. In his time the offense was woeful, but the fans often stood and cheered for his efforts.</P>


+1 always loved DougI think that Rote was the best player to wear 44 but Bradshaw could eclipse him if he remains productive for 5 or more additional years.</P>


That said, Kotar was my favorite 44 for reasons already mentioned.</P>


By the way, we have a strong group of #44s which is not a terrible common uniform number such as 10, 11 53 etc.</P>


Good question JMike.</P>

YATittle1962
10-24-2010, 11:32 AM
how about # 81?

Ill start with one of my favorites ....Jack Gregory

he came to play every Sunday on some of the worst teams Ive ever seen.......but when he lined up you would swear he was playing for a championship

ny06
10-24-2010, 11:43 AM
Name this former Giant?</P>


http://i51.tinypic.com/2hdo9cm.jpg</P>


</P>


That was the easiest you've put up in a while, 06</P>


Brad Van Pelt</P>


</P>


I knew that question was to easy for you guys.</P>


The average fan would of looked at the picture and been like oh that's a qb lol</P>


But that is a solid all around linebacker right there =)</P>

YATittle1962
10-24-2010, 11:46 AM
Name this former Giant?</P>


http://i51.tinypic.com/2hdo9cm.jpg</P>


</P>


That was the easiest you've put up in a while, 06</P>


Brad Van Pelt</P>


</P>


I knew that question was to easy for you guys.</P>


The average fan would of looked at the picture and been like oh that's a qb lol</P>


But that is a solid all around linebacker right there =)</P>

Brad got the ladies in the seats in his day

us guys loved his vigorous nature and motor

jomo
10-24-2010, 11:46 AM
how about # 81? Ill start with one of my favorites ....Jack Gregory he came to play every Sunday on some of the worst teams Ive ever seen.......but when he lined up you would swear he was playing for a championshipAll right, I will weigh in for Andy Robustelli for a few different reasons. First, his resume stands on its own as a Hall of Fame member and now Ring of Honor member. He played defensive end at 6'1" 230 lbs in a different era. Mostly I am fond of him because he was part of that fearsome front four when I first started rooting for the Giants.............. lastly because he was a favorite of my dad's who shared his love of the Giants with me.

ny06
10-24-2010, 11:46 AM
how about # 81? Ill start with one of my favorites ....Jack Gregory he came to play every Sunday on some of the worst teams Ive ever seen.......but when he lined up you would swear he was playing for a championship</P>


Amani Toomer and Ed McCaffrey for me.</P>

jomo
10-24-2010, 11:55 AM
how about # 81? Ill start with one of my favorites ....Jack Gregory he came to play every Sunday on some of the worst teams Ive ever seen.......but when he lined up you would swear he was playing for a championship</P>


Amani Toomer and Ed McCaffrey for me.</P>I met Ed McCaffrey out in Denver a few weeks ago. He looks like he could suit up tomorrow. Too bad we didn't get his best here in NY. Amani=Class Act.

ny06
10-24-2010, 12:00 PM
how about # 81? Ill start with one of my favorites ....Jack Gregory he came to play every Sunday on some of the worst teams Ive ever seen.......but when he lined up you would swear he was playing for a championship</P>


Amani Toomer and Ed McCaffrey for me.</P>


I met Ed McCaffrey out in Denver a few weeks ago. He looks like he could suit up tomorrow. Too bad we didn't get his best here in NY. Amani=Class Act.</P>


That's awesome.</P>


We could of used him all those years he was killing it in Denver. </P>

rbcarpenter
10-24-2010, 12:21 PM
mcaffery,toomer,mullady,robinson,robustelli,gregor y.....a good group overall!

jmike
10-24-2010, 04:54 PM
44...I have to go with Bradshaw. 81....Toomer, loved Ed, but Toomer was the best Giant WR of all time.

zimonami
10-24-2010, 06:34 PM
44...I have to go with Bradshaw. 81....Toomer, loved Ed, but Toomer was the best Giant WR of all time.
</P>



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<TD align=right>44</TD>
<TD align=right>5</TD>
<TD align=right>0</TD>
<TD align=right>8</TD>
<TD align=right>62</TD>
<TD align=right>7.8</TD>
<TD align=right>0</TD>
<TD align=right>18</TD>
<TD align=right>1.6</TD>
<TD align=right>12.4</TD>
<TD align=right>21</TD>
<TD align=right>114</TD>
<TD align=right>1</TD>
<TD align=right>31</TD>
<TD align=right>5.4</TD>
<TD align=right>22.8</TD>
<TD align=right>4.2</TD>
<TD align=right>176</TD>
<TD align=right>1</TD>
<TD align=right>1</TD>
<TD align=right>1</TD></TR>
<TR style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #ffffcc" class=full_table onmouseover=hl(this); onmouseout=uhl(this);>
<TD align=left>1952 (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/years/1952/)</TD>
<TD align=right>25</TD>
<TD align=left>NYG (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/nyg/1952.htm)</TD>
<TD align=left>LH</TD>
<TD align=right>44</TD>
<TD align=right>12</TD>
<TD align=right>0</TD>
<TD align=right>21</TD>
<TD align=right>240</TD>
<TD align=right>11.4</TD>
<TD align=right>2</TD>
<TD align=right>26</TD>
<TD align=right>1.8</TD>
<TD align=right>20.0</TD>
<TD align=right>103</TD>
<TD align=right>421</TD>
<TD align=right>2</TD>
<TD align=right>52</TD>
<TD align=right>4.1</TD>
<TD align=right>35.1</TD>
<TD align=right>8.6</TD>
<TD align=right>661</TD>
<TD align=right>4</TD>
<TD align=right>3</TD>
<TD align=right>6</TD></TR>
<TR class=full_table onmouseover=hl(this); onmouseout=uhl(this);>
<TD align=left>1953 (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/years/1953/)*</TD>
<TD align=right>26</TD>
<TD align=left>NYG (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/nyg/1953.htm)</TD>
<TD align=left></TD>
<TD align=right>44</TD>
<TD align=right>9</TD>
<TD align=right>0</TD>
<TD align=right>26</TD>
<TD align=right>440</TD>
<TD align=right>16.9</TD>
<TD align=right>5</TD>
<TD align=right>75</TD>
<TD align=right>2.9</TD>
<TD align=right>48.9</TD>
<TD align=right>63</TD>
<TD align=right>213</TD>
<TD align=right>1</TD>
<TD align=right>18</TD>
<TD align=right>3.4</TD>
<TD align=right>23.7</TD>
<TD align=right>7.0</TD>
<TD align=right>653</TD>
<TD align=right>6</TD>
<TD align=right>0</TD>
<TD align=right>3</TD></TR>
<TR class=full_table onmouseover=hl(this); onmouseout=uhl(this);>
<TD align=left>1954 (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/years/1954/)*</TD>
<TD align=right>27</TD>
<TD align=left>NYG (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/nyg/1954.htm)</TD>
<TD align=left>RH</TD>
<TD align=right>44</TD>
<TD align=right>11</TD>
<TD align=right>0</TD>
<TD align=right>29</TD>
<TD align=right>551</TD>
<TD align=right>19.0</TD>
<TD align=right>2</TD>
<TD align=right>63</TD>
<TD align=right>2.6</TD>
<TD align=right>50.1</TD>
<TD align=right>30</TD>
<TD align=right>59</TD>
<TD align=right>0</TD>
<TD align=right>14</TD>
<TD align=right>2.0</TD>
<TD align=right>5.4</TD>
<TD align=right>2.7</TD>
<TD align=right>610</TD>
<TD align=right>2</TD>
<TD align=right>0</TD>
<TD align=right>10</TD></TR>
<TR class=full_table onmouseover=hl(this); onmouseout=uhl(this);>
<TD align=left>1955 (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/years/1955/)*</TD>
<TD align=right>28</TD>
<TD align=left>NYG (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/nyg/1955.htm)</TD>
<TD align=left></TD>
<TD align=right>44</TD>
<TD align=right>12</TD>
<TD align=right>0</TD>
<TD align=right>31</TD>
<TD align=right>580</TD>
<TD align=right>18.7</TD>
<TD align=right>8</TD>
<TD align=right>71</TD>
<TD align=right>2.6</TD>
<TD align=right>48.3</TD>
<TD align=right>10</TD>
<TD align=right>46</TD>
<TD align=right>0</TD>
<TD align=right>14</TD>
<TD align=right>4.6</TD>
<TD align=right>3.8</TD>
<TD align=right>0.8</TD>
<TD align=right>626</TD>
<TD align=right>8</TD>
<TD align=right>1</TD>
<TD align=right>3</TD></TR>
<TR class=full_table onmouseover=hl(this); onmouseout=uhl(this);>
<TD align=left>1956 (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/years/1956/)*</TD>
<TD align=right>29</TD>
<TD align=left>NYG (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/nyg/1956.htm)</TD>
<TD align=left>LE</TD>
<TD align=right>44</TD>
<TD align=right>12</TD>
<TD align=right>0</TD>
<TD align=right>28</TD>
<TD align=right>405</TD>
<TD align=right>14.5</TD>
<TD align=right>4</TD>
<TD align=right>31</TD>
<TD align=right>2.3</TD>
<TD align=right>33.8</TD>
<TD align=right>3</TD>
<TD align=right>5</TD>
<TD align=right>0</TD>
<TD align=right>3</TD>
<TD align=right>1.7</TD>
<TD align=right>0.4</TD>
<TD align=right>0.3</TD>
<TD align=right>410</TD>
<TD align=right>4</TD>
<TD align=right>0</TD>
<TD align=right>12</TD></TR>
<TR class=full_table onmouseover=hl(this); onmouseout=uhl(this);>
<TD align=left>1957 (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/years/1957/)</TD>
<TD align=right>30</TD>
<TD align=left>NYG (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/nyg/1957.htm)</TD>
<TD align=left>LE</TD>
<TD align=right>44</TD>
<TD align=right>12</TD>
<TD align=right>0</TD>
<TD align=right>25</TD>
<TD align=right>358</TD>
<TD align=right>14.3</TD>
<TD align=right>3</TD>
<TD align=right>33</TD>
<TD align=right>2.1</TD>
<TD align=right>29.8</TD>
<TD align=right>1</TD>
<TD align=right>13</TD>
<TD align=right>0</TD>
<TD align=right>13</TD>
<TD align=right>13.0</TD>
<TD align=right>1.1</TD>
<TD align=right>0.1</TD>
<TD align=right>371</TD>
<TD align=right>3</TD>
<TD align=right>0</TD>
<TD align=right>6</TD></TR>
<TR class=full_table onmouseover=hl(this); onmouseout=uhl(this);>
<TD align=left>1958 (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/years/1958/)</TD>
<TD align=right>31</TD>
<TD align=left>NYG (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/nyg/1958.htm)</TD>
<TD align=left>LE</TD>
<TD align=right>44</TD>
<TD align=right>12</TD>
<TD align=right>0</TD>
<TD align=right>12</TD>
<TD align=right>244</TD>
<TD align=right>20.3</TD>
<TD align=right>3</TD>
<TD align=right>44</TD>
<TD align=right>1.0</TD>
<TD align=right>20.3</TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right>244</TD>
<TD align=right>3</TD>
<TD align=right>1</TD>
<TD align=right>5</TD></TR>
<TR class=full_table onmouseover=hl(this); onmouseout=uhl(this);>
<TD align=left>1959 (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/years/1959/)</TD>
<TD align=right>32</TD>
<TD align=left>NYG (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/nyg/1959.htm)</TD>
<TD align=left>LE</TD>
<TD align=right>44</TD>
<TD align=right>10</TD>
<TD align=right>0</TD>
<TD align=right>25</TD>
<TD align=right>362</TD>
<TD align=right>14.5</TD>
<TD align=right>4</TD>
<TD align=right>34</TD>
<TD align=right>2.5</TD>
<TD align=right>36.2</TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right>362</TD>
<TD align=right>4</TD>
<TD align=right>0</TD>
<TD align=right>6</TD></TR>
<TR class=full_table onmouseover=hl(this); onmouseout=uhl(this);>
<TD align=left>1960 (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/years/1960/)</TD>
<TD align=right>33</TD>
<TD align=left>NYG (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/nyg/1960.htm)</TD>
<TD align=left>SE</TD>
<TD align=right>44</TD>
<TD align=right>12 (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/R/RoteKy00/gamelog/1960/)</TD>
<TD align=right>0</TD>
<TD align=right>42</TD>
<TD align=right>750</TD>
<TD align=right>17.9</TD>
<TD align=right>10</TD>
<TD align=right>71</TD>
<TD align=right>3.5</TD>
<TD align=right>62.5</TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right>750</TD>
<TD align=right>10</TD>
<TD align=right>0</TD>
<TD align=right>6</TD></TR>
<TR class=full_table onmouseover=hl(this); onmouseout=uhl(this);>
<TD align=left>1961 (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/years/1961/)</TD>
<TD align=right>34</TD>
<TD align=left>NYG (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/nyg/1961.htm)</TD>
<TD align=left>LH</TD>
<TD align=right>44</TD>
<TD align=right>14 (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/R/RoteKy00/gamelog/1961/)</TD>
<TD align=right>0</TD>
<TD align=right>53</TD>
<TD align=right>805</TD>
<TD align=right>15.2</TD>
<TD align=right>7</TD>
<TD align=right>57</TD>
<TD align=right>3.8</TD>
<TD align=right>57.5</TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right>805</TD>
<TD align=right>7</TD>
<TD align=right>2</TD>
<TD align=right>6</TD></TR></TBODY>
<TFOOT>
<TR class=" stat_total" onmouseover=hl(this); onmouseout=uhl(this);>
<TD align=left>Career</TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=left></TD>
<TD align=left></TD>
<TD align=right></TD>
<TD align=right>121</TD>
<TD align=right>0</TD>
<TD align=right>300</TD>
<TD align=right>4797</TD>
<TD align=right>16.0</TD>
<TD align=right>48</TD>
<TD align=right>75</TD>
<TD align=right>2.5</TD>
<TD align=right>39.6</TD>
<TD align=right>231</TD>
<TD align=right>871</TD>
<TD align=right>4</TD>
<TD align=right>52</TD>
<TD align=right>3.8</TD>
<TD align=right>7.2</TD>
<TD align=right>1.9</TD>
<TD align=right>5668</TD>
<TD align=right>52</TD>
<TD align=right>8</TD>
<TD align=right>64</TD></TR></TFOOT></TABLE></P>


</P>


Just thought I'd post Kyle'snumbers and years for everyone who never saw him play</P>

zimonami
10-24-2010, 06:35 PM
sorry... that didn't post like it showed.

jomo
10-24-2010, 07:23 PM
sorry... that didn't post like it showed.It's a different era Zim but I may still change my vote. It may be Kotar all the way and we'll wait on Bradshaw for another year or two.

zimonami
10-24-2010, 07:47 PM
sorry... that didn't post like it showed.It's a different era Zim but I may still change my vote. It may be Kotar all the way and we'll wait on Bradshaw for another year or two.</P>


Rote was a great Giant and with us for 11 years. Mo Carthon was solid and dependable. But, Kotar was an inspiration.</P>


I love Bradshaw's effort and I hope we'll havemany more years with us. If he does, he'll surely be our best #44.</P>

rbcarpenter
10-24-2010, 08:23 PM
sorry... that didn't post like it showed.It's a different era Zim but I may still change my vote. It may be Kotar all the way and we'll wait on Bradshaw for another year or two.</p>


Rote was a great Giant and with us for 11 years. Mo Carthon was solid and dependable. But, Kotar was an inspiration.</p>


I love Bradshaw's effort and I hope we'll havemany more years with us. If he does, he'll surely be our best #44.</p>wow,that's weird,zimmy-according to those stats you posted,rote never started a game for us,unless i'm misreading them...gs IS Games Started,isn't it?

zimonami
10-24-2010, 08:56 PM
sorry... that didn't post like it showed.It's a different era Zim but I may still change my vote. It may be Kotar all the way and we'll wait on Bradshaw for another year or two.</P>


Rote was a great Giant and with us for 11 years. Mo Carthon was solid and dependable. But, Kotar was an inspiration.</P>


I love Bradshaw's effort and I hope we'll havemany more years with us. If he does, he'll surely be our best #44.</P>


wow,that's weird,zimmy-according to those stats you posted,rote never started a game for us,unless i'm misreading them...gs IS Games Started,isn't it?
</P>


Yeah... that surprised me, too, rbc. Maybe he was the first super sub... like Havlicek with Boston. Maybe YA knows why</P>

jmike
10-25-2010, 03:49 AM
I can't vote for Rote or anyone I never saw play. Not saying Bradshaw is better than him or Kotar, but he is better than Robert Massey, Kenyon Rasheed, Dan O'Leary and Sean Bennett. Better than Carthon is debatable, but I only really remember him for his last couple of seasons before Bunch took over.

btw-I don't think I am missing any 44s I've seen play, but if I am let me know. I seem to recall Derrick Ward originally being #44 before switching, but I am not certain.

allentown PA
10-25-2010, 12:34 PM
how about the best giant to wear number 27???

jmike
10-25-2010, 12:39 PM
how about the best giant to wear number 27???

Hampton.

Seems to be the number the Giants like to give to big RBs. Hampton, Dayne, Jacobs.

allentown PA
10-25-2010, 12:46 PM
how about the best giant to wear number 27???

Hampton.

Seems to be the number the Giants like to give to big RBs.* Hampton, Dayne, Jacobs.


steve thurlow or herb welch for me....with dayne being the worst to ever wear that number.

jmike
10-25-2010, 01:03 PM
how about the best giant to wear number 27???

Hampton.

Seems to be the number the Giants like to give to big RBs. Hampton, Dayne, Jacobs.


steve thurlow or herb welch for me....with dayne being the worst to ever wear that number.

Welch better than Hampton?!?!?!? <font size="1">(refrains from throwing insults at someone who may have brain injury)</font>

allentown PA
10-25-2010, 01:09 PM
how about the best giant to wear number 27???

Hampton.

Seems to be the number the Giants like to give to big RBs.* Hampton, Dayne, Jacobs.


steve thurlow or herb welch for me....with dayne being the worst to ever wear that number.

Welch better than Hampton?!?!?!? <font size="1">(refrains from throwing insults at someone who may have brain injury)</font>

i'm kidding its between hampton and jacobs for me....i like hampton much better...but i think jacobs best 2 seasons are better than hampton's...I wonder if there were any decent players from the 50' or 60's that wore number 27 better than jacobs or hampton?? And I dont have a brain injury man.

allentown PA
10-25-2010, 01:35 PM
how about 58???

ny06
10-25-2010, 02:02 PM
how about 58???</P>


Banks, Barrow, Pierce</P>

allentown PA
10-25-2010, 02:10 PM
how about 58???</P>


Banks, Barrow, Pierce</P>

i have to go with AP...banks played with better players,and i think there is something to be said for AP's leadership skills, i liked barrow as well... but he's third.

ny06
10-25-2010, 02:14 PM
how about 58???</P>


Banks, Barrow, Pierce</P>


i have to go with AP...banks played with better players,and i think there is something to be said for AP's leadership skills, i liked barrow as well... but he's third.</P>


I love Pierce but no way is he in the same class as Banks. </P>


Banks was over-shawdowed by LT, Carson, Pepper but everyone knew how valuable Banks was. </P>


Look at Super Bowl XXI if Simms was not spectacular Banks may have won the MVP that game. </P>


He had 14 tackles, and was all over the field. </P>

allentown PA
10-25-2010, 02:21 PM
how about 58???</P>


Banks, Barrow, Pierce</P>


i have to go with AP...banks played with better players,and i think there is something to be said for AP's leadership skills, i liked barrow as well... but he's third.</P>


I love Pierce but no way is he in the same class as Banks. </P>


Banks was over-shawdowed by LT, Carson, Pepper but everyone knew how valuable Banks was. </P>


Look at Super Bowl XXI if Simms was not spectacular Banks may have won the MVP that game. </P>


He had 14 tackles, and was all over the field. </P>
your right about superbowl 21...I just think a lot of the plays he made were due to the attention the others got...I'm not trying to downplay how good of a player banks was for the giants...I just think AP meant more to his team than banks did.

ny06
10-25-2010, 02:25 PM
how about 58???</P>


Banks, Barrow, Pierce</P>


i have to go with AP...banks played with better players,and i think there is something to be said for AP's leadership skills, i liked barrow as well... but he's third.</P>


I love Pierce but no way is he in the same class as Banks. </P>


Banks was over-shawdowed by LT, Carson, Pepper but everyone knew how valuable Banks was. </P>


Look at Super Bowl XXI if Simms was not spectacular Banks may have won the MVP that game. </P>


He had 14 tackles, and was all over the field. </P>


your right about superbowl 21...I just think a lot of the plays he made were due to the attention the others got...I'm not trying to downplay how good of a player banks was for the giants...I just think AP meant more to his team than banks did.</P>


I was very excited when we got Pierce from the skins. He seemed like a player who would bring swagger back to the linebacking core. </P>


Banks played solid football with the skins and Browns at the end of his career. </P>

SEC105
10-25-2010, 04:57 PM
http://cache4.asset-cache.net/xc/83614619.jpg?v=1&amp;c=IWSAsset&amp;k=2&amp;d=77BFBA49EF878921 5ABF3343C02EA548F44C471B260DE4D9CF1D78036289D1A90F 375A12C5495D5CE30A760B0D811297</P>


What former Giant is this?</P>


Z</P>

jmike
10-25-2010, 06:59 PM
You guys are picking easy numbers (Banks btw, hell of a nice guy too) try this one, 47.

jomo
10-25-2010, 08:09 PM
how about the best giant to wear number 27???

Hampton.

Seems to be the number the Giants like to give to big RBs. Hampton, Dayne, Jacobs.
steve thurlow or herb welch for me....with dayne being the worst to ever wear that number.

Welch better than Hampton?!?!?!? <FONT size=1>(refrains from throwing insults at someone who may have brain injury)</FONT>
i'm kidding its between hampton and jacobs for me....i like hampton much better...but i think jacobs best 2 seasons are better than hampton's...I wonder if there were any decent players from the 50' or 60's that wore number 27 better than jacobs or hampton?? And I dont have a brain injury man.For me, it is not close. Rodney Hampton was a great #27.

jomo
10-25-2010, 08:11 PM
how about 58???</P>


Banks, Barrow, Pierce</P>For me, not even close. Banks was the stud. I loved Barrow and Pierce but not even close. Banks has skill approaching hall of fame for me.

SweetZombieJesus
10-26-2010, 10:01 AM
i'm kidding its between hampton and jacobs for me....i like hampton much better...but i think jacobs best 2 seasons are better than hampton's....

I gotta disagree here about Hampton being eclipsed by Jacobs. He was great, the only reliable, high-performing player we could hang our hats on for years. Rodney was the best RB in Giants history before Tiki came along. Rodney was always in the mix as one of the best RBs in the league but unfortunately played on some bad Giants teams.

YATittle1962
10-26-2010, 10:10 AM
i'm kidding its between hampton and jacobs for me....i like hampton much better...but i think jacobs best 2 seasons are better than hampton's....

I gotta disagree here about Hampton being eclipsed by Jacobs.* He was great, the only reliable, high-performing player we could hang our hats on for years.* Rodney was the best RB in Giants history before Tiki came along.* Rodney was always in the mix as one of the best RBs in the league but unfortunately played on some bad Giants teams.*


agreed Hampton get the nod

YATittle1962
10-26-2010, 11:29 AM
5 turn overs in the win last night vs. Dallas.....

when was the last time the Giants turned the ball over 5 times and won the game?






Z

ny06
10-26-2010, 01:10 PM
You guys are picking easy numbers (Banks btw, hell of a nice guy too) try this one, 47.
</P>


Greg Jackson</P>

SEC105
10-26-2010, 04:09 PM
You guys are picking easy numbers (Banks btw, hell of a nice guy too) try this one, 47.
</P>


Greg Jackson</P>


</P>


and Will Demps</P>


http://rodonline.typepad.com/rodonline/images/2007/07/31/2007_07_31_will_demps_demoted.jpg</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
10-26-2010, 04:10 PM
How about the number 38?</P>


Z</P>

SEC105
10-26-2010, 04:14 PM
i'm kidding its between hampton and jacobs for me....i like hampton much better...but i think jacobs best 2 seasons are better than hampton's....

I gotta disagree here about Hampton being eclipsed by Jacobs. He was great, the only reliable, high-performing player we could hang our hats on for years. Rodney was the best RB in Giants history before Tiki came along. Rodney was always in the mix as one of the best RBs in the league but unfortunately played on some bad Giants teams.
agreed Hampton get the nod</P>


Agreed...... check Rodneys stats.............Brandon has a ways to go yet to be put in Hamptons catergory</P>


http://www.nfl.com/players/rodneyhampton/profile?id=HAM780239</P>


Z</P>

rbcarpenter
10-26-2010, 08:07 PM
How about the number 38?</p>


Z</p>john tuggle!

jints10
10-26-2010, 08:56 PM
5 turn overs in the win last night vs. Dallas.....

when was the last time the Giants turned the ball over 5 times and won the game?






Z
Well I know they had 4 turn overs vs Carolina just this year and won but ...........just a guess and I'm probably way off but maybe vs Dallas last year in Dallas?

I wish we would stop the turn overs! It bit our asses in the Titans game and I don't want to see what will happen later in the season if the turn overs continue.

ny06
10-26-2010, 09:34 PM
How about the number 38?</P>


Z</P>


</P>


I liked Lamar McGriggs</P>

zimonami
10-26-2010, 10:49 PM
How about the number 38?</P>


Z</P>


john tuggle!
</P>


Like Kotar, loved by the fans for his total effort</P>

jmike
10-27-2010, 12:00 AM
How about the number 38?</P>


Z</P>


john tuggle!
</P>


Like Kotar, loved by the fans for his total effort</P>

Wow, those must have been some really bad teams for all these guys being loved for effort. Imagine dropping Bradshaw onto one of those teams, he's considered a really good back by us now, back then he would have been revered as a God.

allentown PA
10-27-2010, 01:21 AM
How about the number 38?</P>


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john tuggle!
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Like Kotar, loved by the fans for his total effort</P>

Wow, those must have been some really bad teams for all these guys being loved for effort. Imagine dropping Bradshaw onto one of those teams, he's considered a really good back by us now, back then he would have been revered as a God.
danny ware would have probaly been loved back then.

rbcarpenter
10-27-2010, 10:53 AM
How about the number 38?</p>


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john tuggle!
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Like Kotar, loved by the fans for his total effort</p>

Wow, those must have been some really bad teams for all these guys being loved for effort. Imagine dropping Bradshaw onto one of those teams, he's considered a really good back by us now, back then he would have been revered as a God.yes,jmike,kotar was there just before the giants made the playoffs in'81,and tuggle was there I THINK for '83( 3-12-1).these teams were not devoid of talent,but the bad coaching and the fact that the franchise had been snakebitten for 20 years made the guys that actually performed well on occaision seem better to us than what they really were.kotar probably would have been a back-up on just about any other team that he was on,but tuggle had been tagged as the succesor to carpenter until the brain cancer that eventually did him in was diagnosed,but at the time,he was a back-up.sometimes the guys that play well during a bad time can really make an impression and stick in your memory.

zimonami
10-27-2010, 10:56 AM
How about the number 38?</P>


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john tuggle!
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Like Kotar, loved by the fans for his total effort</P>


Wow, those must have been some really bad teams for all these guys being loved for effort. Imagine dropping Bradshaw onto one of those teams, he's considered a really good back by us now, back then he would have been revered as a God.</P>


You're absolutely right... however, the biggest problem in their time was probably the offensive line. The efforts that were applauded was them getting yards despite the lack of blocking. Bradshaw would have been a very frustrated player.</P>

YATittle1962
10-27-2010, 10:57 AM
5 turn overs in the win last night vs. Dallas.....

when was the last time the Giants turned the ball over 5 times and won the game?






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Well I know they had 4 turn overs vs Carolina just this year and won but ...........just a guess and I'm probably way off but maybe vs Dallas last year in Dallas?

I wish we would stop the turn overs! It bit our asses in the Titans game and I don't want to see what will happen later in the season if the turn overs continue.


the last time the Giants won a game having 5 turnovers was in 1970......

I loved that 70 team.......they were warriors