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NYG4lifeNYK
01-29-2012, 03:49 PM
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I made a topic for JPP but later learned Osi's father while not blind has never seen osi play in his life. Osi is very excited about it.</p>


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This is Umenyiora’s first postseason experience since the team’s
championship drive four years ago – he missed the entire ’08 campaign
with a torn ACL, and New York didn’t make the playoffs in either of the
two following seasons – and he plans to cherish the Super Bowl
experience. His father, John is among the family members flying in from
Umenyiora’s native Nigeria to attend the game in person.</p>


<font color="#0000FF">“My dad’s never actually seen me play,” Umenyiora says. “It’s gonna
be pretty cool. He’ll know if we win, but that’s pretty much it. He
knows soccer – he was a goalkeeper – but he doesn’t know football.”</font></p>


If Umenyiora and his fellow linemen are as disruptive as they were
four years ago, even his father will probably be able to figure out
what’s happening. With a skilled group that included Umenyiora, Tuck and
future Hall of Fame defensive end Michael Strahan, the Giants
continually put hits on Brady and pulled off a shocking, 17-14 upset.</p>


<font color="#0000FF">“The very first play, Barry [Cofield] and I hit him,” Umenyiora
recalls. “That’s when I knew it was gonna be a long day for him. Walking
back to the huddle, I said, ‘Barry, these guys are in trouble.’ ”</font></p>

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http://www.warnetnews.com/sports/2119-osi-umenyioras-key-super-bowl.htm
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miked1958
01-29-2012, 04:08 PM
<h4 class="ForumPostTitle">http://boards.giants.com/forums/1/2460664/ShowThread.aspx</h4>

I made a topic for JPP but later learned Osi's father while not blind has never seen osi play in his life. Osi is very excited about it.</p>


</p>


</p>

This is Umenyiora’s first postseason experience since the team’s
championship drive four years ago – he missed the entire ’08 campaign
with a torn ACL, and New York didn’t make the playoffs in either of the
two following seasons – and he plans to cherish the Super Bowl
experience. His father, John is among the family members flying in from
Umenyiora’s native Nigeria to attend the game in person.</p>


<font color="#0000FF">“My dad’s never actually seen me play,” Umenyiora says. “It’s gonna
be pretty cool. He’ll know if we win, but that’s pretty much it. He
knows soccer – he was a goalkeeper – but he doesn’t know football.”</font></p>


If Umenyiora and his fellow linemen are as disruptive as they were
four years ago, even his father will probably be able to figure out
what’s happening. With a skilled group that included Umenyiora, Tuck and
future Hall of Fame defensive end Michael Strahan, the Giants
continually put hits on Brady and pulled off a shocking, 17-14 upset.</p>


<font color="#0000FF">“The very first play, Barry [Cofield] and I hit him,” Umenyiora
recalls. “That’s when I knew it was gonna be a long day for him. Walking
back to the huddle, I said, ‘Barry, these guys are in trouble.’ ”</font></p>

</p><div class="ForumPostAttachment">


http://www.warnetnews.com/sports/2119-osi-umenyioras-key-super-bowl.htm
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Like hw he told cofield "These guys are in trouble"

ikebibby91
01-29-2012, 04:13 PM
Uh Oh! It's On Now!!

NYG4lifeNYK
01-29-2012, 04:21 PM
<h4 class="ForumPostTitle">http://boards.giants.com/forums/1/2460664/ShowThread.aspx</h4>

I made a topic for JPP but later learned Osi's father while not blind has never seen osi play in his life. Osi is very excited about it.</p>


</p>


</p>

This is Umenyiora’s first postseason experience since the team’s
championship drive four years ago – he missed the entire ’08 campaign
with a torn ACL, and New York didn’t make the playoffs in either of the
two following seasons – and he plans to cherish the Super Bowl
experience. His father, John is among the family members flying in from
Umenyiora’s native Nigeria to attend the game in person.</p>


<font color="#0000FF">“My dad’s never actually seen me play,” Umenyiora says. “It’s gonna
be pretty cool. He’ll know if we win, but that’s pretty much it. He
knows soccer – he was a goalkeeper – but he doesn’t know football.”</font></p>


If Umenyiora and his fellow linemen are as disruptive as they were
four years ago, even his father will probably be able to figure out
what’s happening. With a skilled group that included Umenyiora, Tuck and
future Hall of Fame defensive end Michael Strahan, the Giants
continually put hits on Brady and pulled off a shocking, 17-14 upset.</p>


<font color="#0000FF">“The very first play, Barry [Cofield] and I hit him,” Umenyiora
recalls. “That’s when I knew it was gonna be a long day for him. Walking
back to the huddle, I said, ‘Barry, these guys are in trouble.’ ”</font></p>

</p><div class="ForumPostAttachment">


http://www.warnetnews.com/sports/2119-osi-umenyioras-key-super-bowl.htm
</div>
Like hw he told cofield "These guys are in trouble"

Thought everyone would like that... I loved it which is why I quoted it [:D]