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Intellect
02-05-2012, 07:14 AM
This superbowl will be won by New England for 10 reasons and 10 reasons only.</P>


1. Tom Brady - Perhaps the greatest quarterback of all-time. Lock for top 3 without any argument.</P>


2. Bill Belicheck - Perhaps the greatest coach of all-time. Lock for top 3 without any argument.</P>


3. Wes Welker - the best wide receiver in the NFL pound of pound. One of the best ever for his short time of high volume play. </P>


4. Rob Gronkowski - the best tightend in the NFL, perhaps the greatest ever at his second year regardless of what era. </P>


5. Aaron Hernandez, Deion Branch - An elite tightend and gifted athlete who's a mismatch for everyone and a clutch veteran wide receiver with exceptional instincts, smarts and a pair of trusted hands.</P>


6. The Law-Firm and the X-FactorDaniel Woodhead- Two runningbacks with the underrated ability to wear you down without ever fumbling in one, and the other with the make you miss, run by youand catch over you head ability.</P>


7. Logan Mankins, Brian Waters &amp; Matt Light - A veteran Offensive line led by two future Hall of Famers, a solid championship veteranand two young studs.</P>


8. Vince Wilfork - The best nosetackle/defensive tackle in pro-football that can disrupt the middle and take over a game unlike many. He demands double and triple teams at all times during a game. </P>


9. Jerod Mayo, Brandon Spikes, &amp; Rob Ninkovich - Linebacking crew, underrated no more with the ability to stop the run, rush the passer and play coverage very well. At least 8interceptions, 12 sacks and 3 forced fumbles between the three. With one being considered a top 5 MLB, the other a genuine top 10 and the other who became of superstar status at the outside linebacker position.</P>


10. Mark Anderson - A young star with the ability to rush the passer in elite fashion and form. He lines up and stands as well and gets to the passer alot quicker that some may think. </P>

Nyflava4ya420
02-05-2012, 07:18 AM
11. Your a fckuing moron. Gronkowski is hurt. Welker will be doubled. Deion branch sucks, the "Law-Firm" is a very average running back, Danny woohead is a "non" factor. Your offensive line will be demolished just like 2008, Vince wilfork in your only good D lineman, and will be doubled.

Your Linebacking core sucks, all three of them. Who the fcuk is Mark Anderson?

Thanks, bye.

weeds123
02-05-2012, 07:18 AM
This superbowl will be won by New England for 10 reasons and 10 reasons only.</p>


1. Tom Brady - Perhaps the greatest quarterback of all-time. Lock for top 3 without any argument.</p>


2. Bill Belicheck - Perhaps the greatest coach of all-time. Lock for top 3 without any argument.</p>


3. Wes Welker - the best wide receiver in the NFL pound of pound. One of the best ever for his short time of high volume play. </p>


4. Rob Gronkowski - the best tightend in the NFL, perhaps the greatest ever at his second year regardless of what era. </p>


5. Aaron Hernandez, Deion Branch - An elite tightend and gifted athlete who's a mismatch for everyone and a clutch veteran wide receiver with exceptional instincts, smarts and a pair of trusted hands.</p>


6. The Law-Firm and the X-FactorDaniel Woodhead- Two runningbacks with the underrated ability to wear you down without ever fumbling in one, and the other with the make you miss, run by youand catch over you head ability.</p>


7. Logan Mankins, Brian Waters &amp; Matt Light - A veteran Offensive line led by two future Hall of Famers, a solid championship veteranand two young studs.</p>


8. Vince Wilfork - The best nosetackle/defensive tackle in pro-football that can disrupt the middle and take over a game unlike many. He demands double and triple teams at all times during a game. </p>


9. Jerod Mayo, Brandon Spikes, &amp; Rob Ninkovich - Linebacking crew, underrated no more with the ability to stop the run, rush the passer and play coverage very well. At least 8interceptions, 12 sacks and 3 forced fumbles between the three. With one being considered a top 5 MLB, the other a genuine top 10 and the other who became of superstar status at the outside linebacker position.</p>


10. Mark Anderson - A young star with the ability to rush the passer in elite fashion and form. He lines up and stands as well and gets to the passer alot quicker that some may think. </p>

Well... all righty then ... guess I'll just watch a re-run of America's Funniest Home Videos then.

TheEnigma
02-05-2012, 07:20 AM
3. Wes Welker - the best wide receiver in the NFL pound of pound.* One of the best ever for his short time of high volume play. This some kind of joke?

Welker is a top 10 but there's no way he even measures up to Andre Johnson or Megatron.

giantsfan420
02-05-2012, 07:36 AM
WE WOOPED YOU GUYS WEEK 9 WITHOUT NICKS AND BRADSHAW AND PLAYED POORLY.

we should have gone up 17-0 at one point. muffed punt by Ross. Redzone int by eli/pascoe. No Nicks or Bradshaw, and the game wasnt as close as the score made it seem.

We are the better team by some margin, we destroy you guys on the individual matchups, and our o and d units are more physical, faster, and can do more things in terms of scheme.

absolutely a joke of a post by a Pats fan who is grasping for any hope or belief that they won't get embarrassed, because frankly, you guys are going to be. and you know it, hence you come to the opposing teams MB to feel better about yourself and the chances you'll be a winner tonight.

Not gonna happen bud, sorry. you'll think up plenty of excuses though. the OP was actually a list of excuses for a loss.

Intellect
02-05-2012, 07:37 AM
11. Your a fckuing moron. Gronkowski is hurt. Welker will be doubled. Deion branch sucks, the "Law-Firm" is a very average running back, Danny woohead is a "non" factor. Your offensive line will be demolished just like 2008, Vince wilfork in your only good D lineman, and will be doubled.

Your Linebacking core sucks, all three of them. Who the fcuk is Mark Anderson?

Thanks, bye.
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Rob Gronkowski was seen not hobbling and will be fine for the game. Even half of him is a problem.</P>


Law-Firm when given the ball and used heavily has weared defenses down in the past. Look at this past Ravens game where he just ran right through them. And Danny Woodhead can beat you from anywhere on the field, kind of like the 2010 season ..... remember? He was one of the top fantasy football candidates. This season he has been hurt, but he is healthy now, and they use the tightends more.</P>


I didn't even mention that Chad Ochocinco can explode any in minute, and YES he can actually </P>


Wes Welker has been tripled and will still get his catches, not to mention someone else will be open because he is doubled or tripled.</P>


Deion Branch was a former superbowl MVP, and can get open on many .. please do forget about him will ya.</P>


And our offensive line didn't have Brian Waters, and two young studs Nate Solder and Sebastian Vollmer. They held guys like Terrell Suggs, Elvis Dumervil and Von Miller in check.</P>


And Mark Anderson has 11.5 sacks this season, and thats without Andre Carter. You can't both double him and Vince Wilfork .. that means someone else will get free.</P>


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Mohann
02-05-2012, 07:38 AM
Haha. don't you know what happened to you? Every team has teams that it doesn't match up well with. Right now we don't like to play the Saints, and before that Minny. Some players kill teams. Eli tried his best to put Sharper in the HoF. Life is quirky like that. Anyway we're your Daddy. Eli is a NE killer. You drew your only bad matchup. So get me a beer from the fridge *****!

Peyton cursed Tom Brady, BB, and NE. You will never win a SB while Eli is in the league. The best part is Eli could have never made it into the HoF without 2 SB wins over great opponents. The greater the opponent the greater the victory. so thanks! And next time you make it to the SB, you can expect to see us!!!

GameTime
02-05-2012, 08:17 AM
This superbowl will be won by New England for 10 reasons and 10 reasons only.</P>


1. Tom Brady - Perhaps the greatest quarterback of all-time. Lock for top 3 without any argument.</P>


2. Bill Belicheck - Perhaps the greatest coach of all-time. Lock for top 3 without any argument.</P>


3. Wes Welker - the best wide receiver in the NFL pound of pound. One of the best ever for his short time of high volume play. </P>


4. Rob Gronkowski - the best tightend in the NFL, perhaps the greatest ever at his second year regardless of what era. </P>


5. Aaron Hernandez, Deion Branch - An elite tightend and gifted athlete who's a mismatch for everyone and a clutch veteran wide receiver with exceptional instincts, smarts and a pair of trusted hands.</P>


6. The Law-Firm and the X-FactorDaniel Woodhead- Two runningbacks with the underrated ability to wear you down without ever fumbling in one, and the other with the make you miss, run by youand catch over you head ability.</P>


7. Logan Mankins, Brian Waters &amp; Matt Light - A veteran Offensive line led by two future Hall of Famers, a solid championship veteranand two young studs.</P>


8. Vince Wilfork - The best nosetackle/defensive tackle in pro-football that can disrupt the middle and take over a game unlike many. He demands double and triple teams at all times during a game. </P>


9. Jerod Mayo, Brandon Spikes, &amp; Rob Ninkovich - Linebacking crew, underrated no more with the ability to stop the run, rush the passer and play coverage very well. At least 8interceptions, 12 sacks and 3 forced fumbles between the three. With one being considered a top 5 MLB, the other a genuine top 10 and the other who became of superstar status at the outside linebacker position.</P>


10. Mark Anderson - A young star with the ability to rush the passer in elite fashion and form. He lines up and stands as well and gets to the passer alot quicker that some may think. </P>


</P>


thats nice an all and some of it is accurate bt they have to play the game first little man. Not that is has any bearing on todays game but what happened to your 10 reasons in week 9.</P>

SweetZombieJesus
02-05-2012, 08:23 AM
Now let's hear why the Giants will win and how you will rationalize it.

1. Luck
2. Referees
3. Patriot mistakes "gave the game away"

geonyg
02-05-2012, 08:29 AM
18-1

GameTime
02-05-2012, 08:34 AM
18-1</P>


good jab....</P>


but irrelevant today....</P>

Elaxico
02-05-2012, 08:44 AM
Not irrelevant. It's in Brady's and Belicheck's head. I promise you.

Mohann
02-05-2012, 08:50 AM
Not irrelevant. It's in Brady's and Belicheck's head. I promise you.

I agree. Everyone says it doesn't matter, but the history for this game is so thick you can taste it. I think both teams are hiding a real dislike of each other that will come out in the game. The Key players are still here, especially for us. Osi and Light truly dislike each other. And if I had gotten a text inviting me to their victory party I would never forget it.

jomo
02-05-2012, 08:50 AM
WE WOOPED YOU GUYS WEEK 9 WITHOUT NICKS AND BRADSHAW AND PLAYED POORLY. we should have gone up 17-0 at one point. muffed punt by Ross. Redzone int by eli/pascoe. No Nicks or Bradshaw, and the game wasnt as close as the score made it seem. We are the better team by some margin, we destroy you guys on the individual matchups, and our o and d units are more physical, faster, and can do more things in terms of scheme. absolutely a joke of a post by a Pats fan who is grasping for any hope or belief that they won't get embarrassed, because frankly, you guys are going to be. and you know it, hence you come to the opposing teams MB to feel better about yourself and the chances you'll be a winner tonight. Not gonna happen bud, sorry. you'll think up plenty of excuses though. the OP was actually a list of excuses for a loss.Pats fans usuallyaren't this stupid. My guess it is an eagles fan or jets fan with nothing to do until August!

holasenor
02-05-2012, 08:51 AM
not sure if srs, you know you won the game on like a last minute 4th quarter touchdown right...











interesting.

Mohann
02-05-2012, 08:56 AM
not sure if srs, you know you won the game on like a last minute 4th quarter touchdown right...











interesting.

Yeah, that's Eli.

JimC
02-05-2012, 09:09 AM
This superbowl will be won by New England for 10 reasons and 10 reasons only.</p>


1. Tom Brady - Perhaps the greatest quarterback of all-time. Lock for top 3 without any argument.</p>


2. Bill Belicheck - Perhaps the greatest coach of all-time. Lock for top 3 without any argument.</p>


3. Wes Welker - the best wide receiver in the NFL pound of pound. One of the best ever for his short time of high volume play. </p>


4. Rob Gronkowski - the best tightend in the NFL, perhaps the greatest ever at his second year regardless of what era. </p>


5. Aaron Hernandez, Deion Branch - An elite tightend and gifted athlete who's a mismatch for everyone and a clutch veteran wide receiver with exceptional instincts, smarts and a pair of trusted hands.</p>


6. The Law-Firm and the X-FactorDaniel Woodhead- Two runningbacks with the underrated ability to wear you down without ever fumbling in one, and the other with the make you miss, run by youand catch over you head ability.</p>


7. Logan Mankins, Brian Waters &amp; Matt Light - A veteran Offensive line led by two future Hall of Famers, a solid championship veteranand two young studs.</p>


8. Vince Wilfork - The best nosetackle/defensive tackle in pro-football that can disrupt the middle and take over a game unlike many. He demands double and triple teams at all times during a game. </p>


9. Jerod Mayo, Brandon Spikes, &amp; Rob Ninkovich - Linebacking crew, underrated no more with the ability to stop the run, rush the passer and play coverage very well. At least 8interceptions, 12 sacks and 3 forced fumbles between the three. With one being considered a top 5 MLB, the other a genuine top 10 and the other who became of superstar status at the outside linebacker position.</p>


10. Mark Anderson - A young star with the ability to rush the passer in elite fashion and form. He lines up and stands as well and gets to the passer alot quicker that some may think. </p>

Wow with all of that fire power you would think that you are 18-0!!!! Uh how did that work out for you?

Sintim97
02-05-2012, 09:18 AM
11. Your a fckuing moron. Gronkowski is hurt. Welker will be doubled. Deion branch sucks, the "Law-Firm" is a very average running back, Danny woohead is a "non" factor. Your offensive line will be demolished just like 2008, Vince wilfork in your only good D lineman, and will be doubled.

Your Linebacking core sucks, all three of them. Who the fcuk is Mark Anderson?

Thanks, bye.

Intellect
02-05-2012, 09:18 AM
This superbowl will be won by New England for 10 reasons and 10 reasons only.</P>


1. Tom Brady - Perhaps the greatest quarterback of all-time. Lock for top 3 without any argument.</P>


2. Bill Belicheck - Perhaps the greatest coach of all-time. Lock for top 3 without any argument.</P>


3. Wes Welker - the best wide receiver in the NFL pound of pound. One of the best ever for his short time of high volume play. </P>


4. Rob Gronkowski - the best tightend in the NFL, perhaps the greatest ever at his second year regardless of what era. </P>


5. Aaron Hernandez, Deion Branch - An elite tightend and gifted athlete who's a mismatch for everyone and a clutch veteran wide receiver with exceptional instincts, smarts and a pair of trusted hands.</P>


6. The Law-Firm and the X-FactorDaniel Woodhead- Two runningbacks with the underrated ability to wear you down without ever fumbling in one, and the other with the make you miss, run by youand catch over you head ability.</P>


7. Logan Mankins, Brian Waters &amp; Matt Light - A veteran Offensive line led by two future Hall of Famers, a solid championship veteranand two young studs.</P>


8. Vince Wilfork - The best nosetackle/defensive tackle in pro-football that can disrupt the middle and take over a game unlike many. He demands double and triple teams at all times during a game. </P>


9. Jerod Mayo, Brandon Spikes, &amp; Rob Ninkovich - Linebacking crew, underrated no more with the ability to stop the run, rush the passer and play coverage very well. At least 8interceptions, 12 sacks and 3 forced fumbles between the three. With one being considered a top 5 MLB, the other a genuine top 10 and the other who became of superstar status at the outside linebacker position.</P>


10. Mark Anderson - A young star with the ability to rush the passer in elite fashion and form. He lines up and stands as well and gets to the passer alot quicker that some may think. </P>




Wow with all of that fire power you would think that you are 18-0!!!! Uh how did that work out for you?
</P>


1. Injuries </P>


2. A reason only one team has done it.. very hard to do</P>


3. Injuries</P>

Sintim97
02-05-2012, 09:24 AM
Osi+Light = Strahan+Runyan

Firenugget
02-05-2012, 09:31 AM
His name is Intellect......Anyone else see the glaring irony in this?

dan1552
02-05-2012, 09:33 AM
This superbowl will be won by New England for 10 reasons and 10 reasons only.</p>


1. Tom Brady - Perhaps the greatest quarterback of all-time. Lock for top 3 without any argument.</p>


2. Bill Belicheck - Perhaps the greatest coach of all-time. Lock for top 3 without any argument.</p>


3. Wes Welker - the best wide receiver in the NFL pound of pound. One of the best ever for his short time of high volume play. </p>


4. Rob Gronkowski - the best tightend in the NFL, perhaps the greatest ever at his second year regardless of what era. </p>


5. Aaron Hernandez, Deion Branch - An elite tightend and gifted athlete who's a mismatch for everyone and a clutch veteran wide receiver with exceptional instincts, smarts and a pair of trusted hands.</p>


6. The Law-Firm and the X-FactorDaniel Woodhead- Two runningbacks with the underrated ability to wear you down without ever fumbling in one, and the other with the make you miss, run by youand catch over you head ability.</p>


7. Logan Mankins, Brian Waters &amp; Matt Light - A veteran Offensive line led by two future Hall of Famers, a solid championship veteranand two young studs.</p>


8. Vince Wilfork - The best nosetackle/defensive tackle in pro-football that can disrupt the middle and take over a game unlike many. He demands double and triple teams at all times during a game. </p>


9. Jerod Mayo, Brandon Spikes, &amp; Rob Ninkovich - Linebacking crew, underrated no more with the ability to stop the run, rush the passer and play coverage very well. At least 8interceptions, 12 sacks and 3 forced fumbles between the three. With one being considered a top 5 MLB, the other a genuine top 10 and the other who became of superstar status at the outside linebacker position.</p>


10. Mark Anderson - A young star with the ability to rush the passer in elite fashion and form. He lines up and stands as well and gets to the passer alot quicker that some may think. </p>
1. Brady has been eclipsed by rodgers and brees and after tonight he may not even be in the conversations next year, guy is on his way out to pasture .
2. Coughlin and BB come from the same family of coaching I'll tie you there.
3. pound for pound Welker is the best , nobody is in his tiny category.
4. Is Gronk the best ,you guys have nobody else to throw to, no wonder he is stat padded.
5. Hernandez IS good, Branch was retired not too long ago and average today.
6. BJGE is no better than anyother POWER back. we have one too, The only thing interesting
about Woodhead is he is a REAL LIFE hamburgler.
7. Your O-line is good but your no huddles will wear them out before our younger D-LINE
8 Wilfork is good , no doubt.
9, Fumbles in the red zone ,,, ha hahahhah look at week 9
10 dont know anderson

Duckdownman
02-05-2012, 09:35 AM
Just out of curiosity what did your "Top 10" reasons look like in 2007?

Firenugget
02-05-2012, 09:36 AM
Just out of curiosity what did your "Top 10" reasons look like in 2007?

$100.00 says it's a copy+paste. [:P]

Joe Morrison
02-05-2012, 09:50 AM
1. Tom Brady - Perhaps the greatest quarterback of all-time. Lock for top 3 without any argument.</P>


No doubt about it, but like all QB's their day comes to an end, Tom is still good but doesn't have the magic that used to scare the other team, just another good QB.</P>


2. Bill Belicheck - Perhaps the greatest coach of all-time. Lock for top 3 without any argument.</P>


No doubt about it, but again, he can only be as good as the players he has and he has been left short changed on D this year and defense wins superbowls.</P>


3. Wes Welker - the best wide receiver in the NFL pound of pound. One of the best ever for his short time of high volume play. </P>


Wes came out on fire but has not been able to put up the #'s later in the season.</P>


4. Rob Gronkowski - the best tightend in the NFL, perhaps the greatest ever at his second year regardless of what era. </P>


That is a real stretch, one good year and might not even be a factor tonight.</P>


5. Aaron Hernandez, Deion Branch - An elite tightend and gifted athlete who's a mismatch for everyone and a clutch veteran wide receiver with exceptional instincts, smarts and a pair of trusted hands.</P>


Branch has done it all and will not quit, but niether does father time, you have to be kidding puttin Hernadez in the same sentence.</P>


6. The Law-Firm and the X-Factor Daniel Woodhead - Two runningbacks with the underrated ability to wear you down without ever fumbling in one, and the other with the make you miss, run by you and catch over you head ability.</P>


That is just silly.</P>


7. Logan Mankins, Brian Waters &amp; Matt Light - A veteran Offensive line led by two future Hall of Famers, a solid championship veteran and two young studs.</P>


Osi owns Light as well as the Defensive line eats the Pats alive everytime they play, look for quick 5 yard routes to keep Brady alive.</P>


8. Vince Wilfork - The best nosetackle/defensive tackle in pro-football that can disrupt the middle and take over a game unlike many. He demands double and triple teams at all times during a game.</P>


Wifork cannot do it alone asthe #'s proved, what are you30 against the run!</P>


9. Jerod Mayo, Brandon Spikes, &amp; Rob Ninkovich - Linebacking crew, underrated no more with the ability to stop the run, rush the passer and play coverage very well. At least 8 interceptions, 12 sacks and 3 forced fumbles between the three. With one being considered a top 5 MLB, the other a genuine top 10 and the other who became of superstar status at the outside linebacker position.</P>


Look at the stats, you can't and haven't stopped anyone, this starte out good but now your just a homer.</P>


10. Mark Anderson - A young star with the ability to rush the passer in elite fashion and form. He lines up and stands as well and gets to the passer alot quicker that some may think. </P>


Practice Team player, BB looking for some kind of magic, don't see it happening.</P>


So I guess you won't be up at 10 pm when Eli hoists another one.</P>


Go Giants</P>

nycisgreat
02-05-2012, 10:01 AM
11. Your a fckuing moron. Gronkowski is hurt. Welker will be doubled. Deion branch sucks, the "Law-Firm" is a very average running back, Danny woohead is a "non" factor. Your offensive line will be demolished just like 2008, Vince wilfork in your only good D lineman, and will be doubled.

Your Linebacking core sucks, all three of them. Who the fcuk is Mark Anderson?

Thanks, bye.


I am not buying into his injury. This guy will be a factor in this game. It would be crazy to count this guy. Keep an eye on him. BB isn't a stupid coach. Just arrogant at times.

nycisgreat
02-05-2012, 10:06 AM
1. Tom Brady - Perhaps the greatest quarterback of all-time. Lock for top 3 without any argument.</p>


No doubt about it, but like all QB's their day comes to an end, Tom is still good but doesn't have the magic that used to scare the other team, just another good QB.</p>


2. Bill Belicheck - Perhaps the greatest coach of all-time. Lock for top 3 without any argument.</p>


No doubt about it, but again, he can only be as good as the players he has and he has been left short changed on D this year and defense wins superbowls.</p>


3. Wes Welker - the best wide receiver in the NFL pound of pound. One of the best ever for his short time of high volume play. </p>


Wes came out on fire but has not been able to put up the #'s later in the season.</p>


4. Rob Gronkowski - the best tightend in the NFL, perhaps the greatest ever at his second year regardless of what era. </p>


That is a real stretch, one good year and might not even be a factor tonight.</p>


5. Aaron Hernandez, Deion Branch - An elite tightend and gifted athlete who's a mismatch for everyone and a clutch veteran wide receiver with exceptional instincts, smarts and a pair of trusted hands.</p>


Branch has done it all and will not quit, but niether does father time, you have to be kidding puttin Hernadez in the same sentence.</p>


6. The Law-Firm and the X-Factor Daniel Woodhead - Two runningbacks with the underrated ability to wear you down without ever fumbling in one, and the other with the make you miss, run by you and catch over you head ability.</p>


That is just silly.</p>


7. Logan Mankins, Brian Waters &amp; Matt Light - A veteran Offensive line led by two future Hall of Famers, a solid championship veteran and two young studs.</p>


Osi owns Light as well as the Defensive line eats the Pats alive everytime they play, look for quick 5 yard routes to keep Brady alive.</p>


8. Vince Wilfork - The best nosetackle/defensive tackle in pro-football that can disrupt the middle and take over a game unlike many. He demands double and triple teams at all times during a game.</p>


Wifork cannot do it alone asthe #'s proved, what are you30 against the run!</p>


9. Jerod Mayo, Brandon Spikes, &amp; Rob Ninkovich - Linebacking crew, underrated no more with the ability to stop the run, rush the passer and play coverage very well. At least 8 interceptions, 12 sacks and 3 forced fumbles between the three. With one being considered a top 5 MLB, the other a genuine top 10 and the other who became of superstar status at the outside linebacker position.</p>


Look at the stats, you can't and haven't stopped anyone, this starte out good but now your just a homer.</p>


10. Mark Anderson - A young star with the ability to rush the passer in elite fashion and form. He lines up and stands as well and gets to the passer alot quicker that some may think. </p>


Practice Team player, BB looking for some kind of magic, don't see it happening.</p>


So I guess you won't be up at 10 pm when Eli hoists another one.</p>


Go Giants</p>

I think BB is going to play a whole lot more 4-3 instead of the 3-4 on defense to give Wilfolk an opportunity to get to Eli. As a Giant fan, I hate to say it. But BB is an excellent game planner, and I am glad I am not coaching the Giants. lol. I know coach Coughlin isn't buying into anything outside of the locker room. If he did, the team would be where it is today. I know that Coughlin will be able to counter act what BB does today that is I feel the Giants will win.

miked1958
02-05-2012, 10:19 AM
Well all my Boys on TAGF handled this thread.. Nothing more for me really to add.... Thanks Guys....

Anyway Brady, is not his usual ****y confident person he normally is..

Look at his game vs Ravens.. Something is wrong with him and I am not sure what... We are IN HIS HEAD for whatever reason and I just don't see him being able to overcome it in time to make a difference in the game

GCGiant
02-05-2012, 10:27 AM
1 reason why the Giants will win...

When the clock hits 0:00 at the end of the 4th qtr., the Giants will have more points than the Pats.

GameTime
02-05-2012, 10:34 AM
1 reason why the Giants will win... When the clock hits 0:00 at the end of the 4th qtr., the Giants will have more points than the Pats.</P>


cant argue with that logic.....</P>

holasenor
02-05-2012, 10:46 AM
1. Tom Brady - Perhaps the greatest quarterback of all-time. Lock for top 3 without any argument.</P>


No doubt about it, but like all QB's their day comes to an end, Tom is still good but doesn't have the magic that used to scare the other team, just another good QB.</P>


2. Bill Belicheck - Perhaps the greatest coach of all-time. Lock for top 3 without any argument.</P>


No doubt about it, but again, he can only be as good as the players he has and he has been left short changed on D this year and defense wins superbowls.</P>


3. Wes Welker - the best wide receiver in the NFL pound of pound. One of the best ever for his short time of high volume play. </P>


Wes came out on fire but has not been able to put up the #'s later in the season.</P>


4. Rob Gronkowski - the best tightend in the NFL, perhaps the greatest ever at his second year regardless of what era. </P>


That is a real stretch, one good year and might not even be a factor tonight.</P>


5. Aaron Hernandez, Deion Branch - An elite tightend and gifted athlete who's a mismatch for everyone and a clutch veteran wide receiver with exceptional instincts, smarts and a pair of trusted hands.</P>


Branch has done it all and will not quit, but niether does father time, you have to be kidding puttin Hernadez in the same sentence.</P>


6. The Law-Firm and the X-Factor Daniel Woodhead - Two runningbacks with the underrated ability to wear you down without ever fumbling in one, and the other with the make you miss, run by you and catch over you head ability.</P>


That is just silly.</P>


7. Logan Mankins, Brian Waters & Matt Light - A veteran Offensive line led by two future Hall of Famers, a solid championship veteran and two young studs.</P>


Osi owns Light as well as the Defensive line eats the Pats alive everytime they play, look for quick 5 yard routes to keep Brady alive.</P>


8. Vince Wilfork - The best nosetackle/defensive tackle in pro-football that can disrupt the middle and take over a game unlike many. He demands double and triple teams at all times during a game.</P>


Wifork cannot do it alone as*the #'s proved, what are you*30 against the run!*</P>


9. Jerod Mayo, Brandon Spikes, & Rob Ninkovich - Linebacking crew, underrated no more with the ability to stop the run, rush the passer and play coverage very well. At least 8 interceptions, 12 sacks and 3 forced fumbles between the three. With one being considered a top 5 MLB, the other a genuine top 10 and the other who became of superstar status at the outside linebacker position.</P>


Look at the stats, you can't and haven't stopped anyone, this starte out good but now your just a homer.</P>


10. Mark Anderson - A young star with the ability to rush the passer in elite fashion and form. He lines up and stands as well and gets to the passer alot quicker that some may think. </P>


Practice Team player, BB looking for some kind of magic, don't see it happening.</P>


So I guess you won't be up at 10 pm when Eli hoists another one.</P>


Go Giants</P>


Just an FYI, the pats had the 17th ranked run defense and with spikes back our run defense is very good, look how we locked down by the bronocs and ravens, also we RAN for 100+ years on the ravens defense which is no easy task, the giants are terrible against the run, except us to chew up clcok and yardage while you run your de's upfield

sc_markt
02-05-2012, 10:56 AM
This superbowl will be won by New England for 10 reasons and 10 reasons only.</P>


1. Tom Brady - Perhaps the greatest quarterback of all-time.* Lock for top 3 without any argument.</P>


2. Bill Belicheck - Perhaps the greatest coach of all-time.* Lock for top 3 without any argument.</P>


3. Wes Welker - the best wide receiver in the NFL pound of pound.* One of the best ever for his short time of high volume play. </P>


4. Rob Gronkowski - the best tightend in the NFL, perhaps the greatest ever at his second year regardless of what era. </P>


5. Aaron Hernandez, Deion Branch - An elite tightend and gifted athlete who's a mismatch for everyone and a clutch veteran wide receiver with exceptional instincts, smarts and a pair of trusted hands.</P>


6. The Law-Firm and the X-Factor*Daniel Woodhead*- Two runningbacks with the underrated ability to wear you down without ever fumbling in one, and the other with the make you miss, run by you*and catch over you head ability.</P>


7. Logan Mankins, Brian Waters & Matt Light - A veteran Offensive line led by two future Hall of Famers, a solid championship veteran*and two young studs.</P>


8. Vince Wilfork - The best nosetackle/defensive tackle in pro-football that can disrupt the middle and take over a game unlike many.* He demands double and triple teams at all times during a game. </P>


9. Jerod Mayo, Brandon Spikes, & Rob Ninkovich - Linebacking crew, underrated no more with the ability to stop the run, rush the passer and play coverage very well.* At least 8*interceptions, 12 sacks and 3 forced fumbles between the three.* With one being considered a top 5 MLB, the other a genuine top 10 and the other who became of superstar status at the outside linebacker position.</P>


10. Mark Anderson - A young star with the ability to rush the passer in elite fashion and form.* He lines up and stands as well and gets to the passer alot quicker that some may think. </P>

You're first 2 points are hard to argue against.. As to the rest of those 10 points, they are highly questionable...

Razur
02-05-2012, 11:00 AM
This superbowl will be won by New England for 10 reasons and 10 reasons only.</P>


1. Tom Brady - Perhaps the greatest quarterback of all-time.* Lock for top 3 without any argument.</P>


2. Bill Belicheck - Perhaps the greatest coach of all-time.* Lock for top 3 without any argument.</P>


3. Wes Welker - the best wide receiver in the NFL pound of pound.* One of the best ever for his short time of high volume play. </P>


4. Rob Gronkowski - the best tightend in the NFL, perhaps the greatest ever at his second year regardless of what era. </P>


5. Aaron Hernandez, Deion Branch - An elite tightend and gifted athlete who's a mismatch for everyone and a clutch veteran wide receiver with exceptional instincts, smarts and a pair of trusted hands.</P>


6. The Law-Firm and the X-Factor*Daniel Woodhead*- Two runningbacks with the underrated ability to wear you down without ever fumbling in one, and the other with the make you miss, run by you*and catch over you head ability.</P>


7. Logan Mankins, Brian Waters & Matt Light - A veteran Offensive line led by two future Hall of Famers, a solid championship veteran*and two young studs.</P>


8. Vince Wilfork - The best nosetackle/defensive tackle in pro-football that can disrupt the middle and take over a game unlike many.* He demands double and triple teams at all times during a game. </P>


9. Jerod Mayo, Brandon Spikes, & Rob Ninkovich - Linebacking crew, underrated no more with the ability to stop the run, rush the passer and play coverage very well.* At least 8*interceptions, 12 sacks and 3 forced fumbles between the three.* With one being considered a top 5 MLB, the other a genuine top 10 and the other who became of superstar status at the outside linebacker position.</P>


10. Mark Anderson - A young star with the ability to rush the passer in elite fashion and form.* He lines up and stands as well and gets to the passer alot quicker that some may think. </P>

The New York Giants will win it because of 1 reason and 1 reason only

They are ALL IN

not individuals ...ALL IN

Elaxico
02-08-2012, 12:11 AM
This superbowl will be won by New England for 10 reasons and 10 reasons only.</P>


1. Tom Brady - Perhaps the greatest quarterback of all-time.* Lock for top 3 without any argument.</P>


2. Bill Belicheck - Perhaps the greatest coach of all-time.* Lock for top 3 without any argument.</P>


3. Wes Welker - the best wide receiver in the NFL pound of pound.* One of the best ever for his short time of high volume play. </P>


4. Rob Gronkowski - the best tightend in the NFL, perhaps the greatest ever at his second year regardless of what era. </P>


5. Aaron Hernandez, Deion Branch - An elite tightend and gifted athlete who's a mismatch for everyone and a clutch veteran wide receiver with exceptional instincts, smarts and a pair of trusted hands.</P>


6. The Law-Firm and the X-Factor*Daniel Woodhead*- Two runningbacks with the underrated ability to wear you down without ever fumbling in one, and the other with the make you miss, run by you*and catch over you head ability.</P>


7. Logan Mankins, Brian Waters & Matt Light - A veteran Offensive line led by two future Hall of Famers, a solid championship veteran*and two young studs.</P>


8. Vince Wilfork - The best nosetackle/defensive tackle in pro-football that can disrupt the middle and take over a game unlike many.* He demands double and triple teams at all times during a game. </P>


9. Jerod Mayo, Brandon Spikes, & Rob Ninkovich - Linebacking crew, underrated no more with the ability to stop the run, rush the passer and play coverage very well.* At least 8*interceptions, 12 sacks and 3 forced fumbles between the three.* With one being considered a top 5 MLB, the other a genuine top 10 and the other who became of superstar status at the outside linebacker position.</P>


10. Mark Anderson - A young star with the ability to rush the passer in elite fashion and form.* He lines up and stands as well and gets to the passer alot quicker that some may think. </P>

Now what?

DragonSoul
02-08-2012, 12:12 AM
This superbowl will be won by New England for 10 reasons and 10 reasons only.</P>


1. Tom Brady - Perhaps the greatest quarterback of all-time.* Lock for top 3 without any argument.</P>


2. Bill Belicheck - Perhaps the greatest coach of all-time.* Lock for top 3 without any argument.</P>


3. Wes Welker - the best wide receiver in the NFL pound of pound.* One of the best ever for his short time of high volume play. </P>


4. Rob Gronkowski - the best tightend in the NFL, perhaps the greatest ever at his second year regardless of what era. </P>


5. Aaron Hernandez, Deion Branch - An elite tightend and gifted athlete who's a mismatch for everyone and a clutch veteran wide receiver with exceptional instincts, smarts and a pair of trusted hands.</P>


6. The Law-Firm and the X-Factor*Daniel Woodhead*- Two runningbacks with the underrated ability to wear you down without ever fumbling in one, and the other with the make you miss, run by you*and catch over you head ability.</P>


7. Logan Mankins, Brian Waters & Matt Light - A veteran Offensive line led by two future Hall of Famers, a solid championship veteran*and two young studs.</P>


8. Vince Wilfork - The best nosetackle/defensive tackle in pro-football that can disrupt the middle and take over a game unlike many.* He demands double and triple teams at all times during a game. </P>


9. Jerod Mayo, Brandon Spikes, & Rob Ninkovich - Linebacking crew, underrated no more with the ability to stop the run, rush the passer and play coverage very well.* At least 8*interceptions, 12 sacks and 3 forced fumbles between the three.* With one being considered a top 5 MLB, the other a genuine top 10 and the other who became of superstar status at the outside linebacker position.</P>


10. Mark Anderson - A young star with the ability to rush the passer in elite fashion and form.* He lines up and stands as well and gets to the passer alot quicker that some may think. </P>

Now what?crickets as usual. Cause just like the guys team he has no HEART or BALLS

JJC7301
02-08-2012, 12:35 AM
This superbowl will be won by New England for 10 reasons and 10 reasons only.</P>


1. Tom Brady - Perhaps the greatest quarterback of all-time.* Lock for top 3 without any argument.</P> AN ARGUMENT AGAINST CERTAINLY CAN BE MADE.


2. Bill Belicheck - Perhaps the greatest coach of all-time.* Lock for top 3 without any argument. AN ARGUMENT AGAINST CERTAINLY CAN BE MADE.</P> .


3. Wes Welker - the best wide receiver in the NFL pound of pound.* One of the best ever for his short time of high volume play. "POUND FOR POUND"?!? WHATEVER -- HE WAS SHUT DOWN.</P>


4. Rob Gronkowski - the best tightend in the NFL, perhaps the greatest ever at his second year regardless of what era. A NON-FACTOR WHO WAS HEALTHY ENOUGH TO DANCE AT A CLUB AFTER THE SB, SO I GUESS THAT MEANS THAT HE WAS HEALTHY WHICH MEANS THAT THE GIANTS SHUT DOWN A HEALTHY GRONK...NO EXCUSES.</P>


5. Aaron Hernandez, Deion Branch - An elite tightend and gifted athlete who's a mismatch for everyone and a clutch veteran wide receiver with exceptional instincts, smarts and a pair of trusted hands. AH HAD AN OK GAME, BUT I WAS EXPECTING MORE SO I GUESS THAT THE GIANTS SHUT HIM DOWN. AND DO I EVEN NEED TO SAY ANYTHING REGARDING BRANCH?</P>


6. The Law-Firm and the X-Factor*Daniel Woodhead*- Two runningbacks with the underrated ability to wear you down without ever fumbling in one, and the other with the make you miss, run by you*and catch over you head ability. YOUR RUNNING GAME WAS WHAT WE GIANTS FANS THOUGHT IT WAS -- CRAP. GET YOURSELVES A REAL RUNNING BACK FOR THE 1ST TIME SINCE CURTIS MARTIN.</P>


7. Logan Mankins, Brian Waters & Matt Light - A veteran Offensive line led by two future Hall of Famers, a solid championship veteran*and two young studs. THEY DID A GOOD JOB, OVERALL. SO WHAT -- THEY LOST.</P>


8. Vince Wilfork - The best nosetackle/defensive tackle in pro-football that can disrupt the middle and take over a game unlike many.* He demands double and triple teams at all times during a game. I KNOW HE'S GOOD, BUT COULDN'T UNDERSTAND WHY WE WERE SWEATING HIM THAT MUCH. IF BAAS CAN KEEP WILFORK QUIET, THEN HE'S REALLY NOT MUCH TO WORRY ABOUT</P>


9. Jerod Mayo, Brandon Spikes, & Rob Ninkovich - Linebacking crew, underrated no more with the ability to stop the run, rush the passer and play coverage very well.* At least 8*interceptions, 12 sacks and 3 forced fumbles between the three.* With one being considered a top 5 MLB, the other a genuine top 10 and the other who became of superstar status at the outside linebacker position.THEY PLAYED FINE, I GUESS. WOULDN'T EXACTLY PUT THEM IN THE HOF JUST YET</P>


10. Mark Anderson - A young star with the ability to rush the passer in elite fashion and form.* He lines up and stands as well and gets to the passer alot quicker that some may think. DID THIS MYSTERY PLAYER ACTUALLY ACCOMPLISH ANYTHING IN THIS SB? </P>

Now what?crickets as usual. Cause just like the guys team he has no HEART or BALLS
It was the silliest list that I had ever seen. The further I made it down the list last week, the better I thought that we would win the SB (and I was already damn sure that we were winning it).

GmenFan1980
02-08-2012, 12:38 AM
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rickker20
02-08-2012, 01:24 AM
After Spygate the Patriots have not won crap!!!!!

0-2 vs the Giants in the Superbowl!!!!!!

87Spider91
02-08-2012, 02:19 AM
Now let's hear why the Giants will win and how you will rationalize it.

1.* Luck
2.* Referees
3.* Patriot mistakes "gave the game away"


You nailed it sir!