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    <h1 id="watch-headline-title"><font size="3"><a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PyZv1GktbI"><span id="eow-title" class="" dir="ltr" title="NFL Turning Point: 2011 Week 10 - Giants @ 49ers">NFL Turning Point: 2011 Week 10 - Giants @ 49ers
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      [quote user="lttaylor56"][quote user="bigblue4417"]If/When we beat San Fran Eli will become the first QB in the history of the league to win 5 playoff games on the road.

      He has also passed Simms in TD's, yardage and completions in the playoffs.





      [/quote]Nice stat. Eli can do anything.

      Dezz--I texted MMB last night...How about Beckum? Lol.[/quote]lol good man.

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        Regarding the officiating: How does it make a **** bit of difference that the league is considering making the refs full time employees next year. The argument I heard is that then they can be fired? Wtf, they can't fire part time employees the same way?

        If it takes the fear of losing your job to make the proper call, then the problem is worse than I thought.

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          Giantsí 17-point win largest victory ever posted by a visiting team to eliminate a defending Super Bowl champ (via Elias).

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            RT @JustinTuckNYG91: 11 guys playing as 1 are HARD to beat

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              The Giants are 3-4 all-time against the 49ers in the
              postseason, including some memorable and classic games. The most recent
              playoff matchup was nine years ago -- the game in which the Giants had a
              38-14 lead in the third quarter but gave up 25 straight points and lost
              to Jeff Garcia.
              The last time the Giants won a playoff game in San Francisco was the
              NFC Championship Game on Jan. 20, 1991 to advance to the Super Bowl in
              which they would defeat the Buffalo Bills.

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                Linebacker Michael Boley played perhaps his finest game as a
                Giant, recording eight solo tackles, two sacks and three tackles for
                loss. His two sacks were huge momentum-changing plays.

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                  Running back Brandon Jacobs was helped into the end zone in the second half after bearing witness to a rare block by Eli Manning on an Ahmad Bradshaw run. His teammates called it a "chicken wing" block and Jacobs later joked, <font color="#0000FF">"That is terrible technique at this level." LMAO!!!!!</font>



                  Jacobs found a Giants fan in the stands after scoring and ran over to
                  celebrate. The fan was imploring him to jump into the stands, but
                  Jacobs wasn't up to it.</p>



                  "'Leap! Leap!' He said leap. I was saying, 'No, no!'" Jacobs said.
                  Jacobs added that there were a lot of Giants fans in Green Bay, and
                  their support meant a lot.</p>

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                    NYG





                    A good omen from the start

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                      When Tiger Woods opens his PGA Tour season at the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am on Feb. 9-12, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will be his playing partner, according to a source.


                      Let the jokes begin......lol

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                        [quote user="bigblue4417"]When Tiger Woods opens his PGA Tour season at the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am on Feb. 9-12, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will be his playing partner, according to a source.


                        Let the jokes begin......lol
                        [/quote]Is this a joke?

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                          Here are two questions for you to start your Championship Week: What
                          would have happened if Ernie Accorsi hadn't had such a backbone on April
                          24, 2004? And what would have happened if A.J. Smith had played
                          hardball with Accorsi as the clock wound down on the fourth overall pick
                          of the 2004 NFL Draft, with just seven minutes to go and the Giants on
                          the clock?</p>

                          Ben Roethlisberger a Giant.</p>

                          Osi Umenyiora (not Shawne Merriman) a Charger.</p>

                          Eli Manning a Charger.</p>

                          It
                          takes a big story to throw the 49ers off the front page of Monday
                          Morning Quarterback today -- and you Niner fans will get your love soon
                          enough, courtesy of the man who made the block of the year in NFL -- but
                          the fates of Manning and Umenyiora, after their huge combined role in
                          the Giants' 37-20 trouncing of the top-seeded Packers last evening, were
                          on my mind as I sat down to write. I've told the story of the 2004
                          draft and the Manning/Chargers/Giants love triangle before, but the
                          Umenyiora part of it has never gotten its due.</p>

                          Smith, the
                          Chargers' rookie GM at the time, asked then-Giants GM Accorsi for
                          unknown second-year pass-rusher Umenyiora in the week before the draft.
                          No, Accorsi said; I don't trade young pass-rushers. San Diego had the
                          first pick in the draft, and Manning said he didn't want to play for San
                          Diego, but the Chargers picked him anyway -- and everyone in football
                          knew they wanted North Carolina State quarterback Philip Rivers instead;
                          the Manning pick was going to force the Giants to deal a ransom for him
                          because Accorsi loved Manning and Smith knew it. So with the Giants on
                          the clock, Smith called again.</p>

                          "He brought up Umenyiora again,'' Accorsi told me last night, "and I said no. We were not giving him up. There was no way.''</p><div style="overflow: hidden; color: rgb(0, 0, 0); background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255); text-align: left; text-decoration: none; border: medium none;">

                          So now the trade teetered. If Smith had insisted on Umenyiora and
                          killed the deal, Accorsi had an ace up his sleeve: He could trade down
                          three spots and pick up a second-round pick from Cleveland ... and still
                          draft the Giants' No. 2 quarterback on the board, Ben Roethlisberger
                          from Miami of Ohio. The Giants liked Manning much more, but Accorsi
                          wouldn't budge on Umenyiora. Accorsi offered the Giants' first- and
                          third-round picks in '04, and an '05 first-rounder. "We still want
                          Osi,'' Smith told him.</p>

                          Tick, tick, tick ...</p>

                          Two minutes left.</p>

                          Accorsi's last, best offer.</p>

                          "No Osi,'' he said. "That's still a deal-breaker. But we'll throw in a six next year.''</p>

                          Pause on the line from San Diego.</p>

                          Tick, tick, tick ...</p>

                          "Make it a four,'' Smith said.</p>

                          "I'll give you a five,'' Accorsi said.</p>

                          Done.</p>

                          On
                          Sunday, here came the Packers, down 20-10 to start the second half,
                          starting and stopping down the field, trying desperately to find some
                          rhythm. Five minutes into the half, Aaron Rodgers had the Pack at the
                          Giants' 30, and it was first down, and he took the snap and looked over a
                          packed secondary that had frustrated him throughout the first half.
                          From Rodgers' left, Umenyiora took an inside move against left tackle
                          Chad Clifton, beating him as Clifton flailed away. </p>

                          Now 30
                          and coming off knee and ankle injuries and a contract hissing match with
                          current GM Jerry Reese earlier this season, Umenyiora sped in and
                          batted the ball out of Rodgers' hand just as he went to pass. (Telling
                          stat from FOX just then: The forced fumble was the 32nd of Umenyiora's
                          nine-year career. That's a lot.) Giants recovered. Packers never got
                          closer than seven the rest of the way. Umenyiora had two of the Giants'
                          four sacks, and the line made sure Rodgers was never comfortable all
                          day.</p>

                          Accorsi liked defensive linemen, and he stocked this
                          team with Umenyiora, Justin Tuck and Mathias Kiwanuka before he left
                          the team after the 2006 season. In came Reese, and he's taken it up a
                          notch: Chris Canty and Rocky Bernard in free agency, along with Dave
                          Tollefson (a seventh-round pick from Green Bay who was cut, signed to
                          Oakland's practice squad, and then signed by the Giants from the
                          Raiders), and Linval Joseph and Jason Pierre-Paul in the draft. Can't
                          have enough defensive linemen. That, plus their cool quarterback and his
                          receiving weapons, is why the Giants are one win away from their second
                          Super Bowl in four years.</p>

                          "People have always depicted
                          what we did in that '04 draft as an obsession with Eli Manning,'' said
                          Accorsi. "It wasn't. If we'd have had to, we'd have taken
                          Roethlisberger, and we'd have been fine with that. We just weren't
                          giving up Umenyiora.''</p>

                          Almost eight years later, Accorsi's
                          stubbornness is a big reason the Giants are headed to San Francisco for
                          Sunday's NFC Championship Game ... and just as big a reason the Packers
                          feel so deflated this morning.</p>


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                          GOD BLESS THAT MAN!!!
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                            [quote user="lttaylor56"][quote user="bigblue4417"]When Tiger Woods opens his PGA Tour season at the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am on Feb. 9-12, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will be his playing partner, according to a source.


                            Let the jokes begin......lol
                            [/quote]Is this a joke?[/quote]
                            No, LMAO

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                              <font color="#0000FF">ALOT OF BLUE!!!
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                                GREAT DAY TO BE ALIVEEEE YESSIR
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