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    <font color="#ff1493">Public Service Announcement from Bleu:

    I have to take at least a week off from this team and these MB's. I mean what else can I say...there is only so much I can take. I LOVE them to death and will ALWAYS stand by this team, which hurts b/c I have to endure the pain of this loss, but that goes along with being a Giants fan and I'll continue to take that. But for now I just need some time b/c I'm too disgusted to pretend like I believe they're not a poor excuse for a damn team right now. And it's not just this loss that kills me, it's the way ALL of our seasons have gone for the past 3yrs. I just don't trust them at all, they are too damn inconsistent and predictable at the same time. I saw this one coming after the first INT, I just knew this one was gonna be a HUGE MELTDOWN, little did I know it would be one of the worst losses in Giants history. But hey why lose when you can lose and make ppl remember it forever in the history books. They just make me sick! So even if they win 3 more games and make the playoffs means nothing to me. B/c I've seen it all before so it's just disappointing to me at this point and I'm tired of believing only to be let down.

    I mean the F'in VIKINGS! The Vikings! The Minnesota F'IN Viking scored 41pts on us at HOME in our house, Eli just GAVE them the ball like it was nothing and he looked as if he could have cared less about it! WTF?! It's just unreal to me and I can't trust a team that does stuff like this.

    So until I have something positive to say about all of this or the team in general, I'm gonna stay away and get myself together. I'll be back by the Chicago game for now I'm done!

    Bleu...literally!
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      [quote user="Bleu"]<font color="#ff1493">Public Service Announcement from Bleu:

      I have to take at least a week off from this team and these MB's. I mean what else can I say...there is only so much I can take. I LOVE them to death and will ALWAYS stand by this team, which hurts b/c I have to endure the pain of this loss, but that goes along with being a Giants fan and I'll continue to take that. But for now I just need some time b/c I'm too disgusted to pretend like I believe they're not a poor excuse for a damn team right now. And it's not just this loss that kills me, it's the way ALL of our seasons have gone for the past 3yrs. I just don't trust them at all, they are too damn inconsistent and predictable at the same time. I saw this one coming after the first INT, I just knew this one was gonna be a HUGE MELTDOWN, little did I know it would be one of the worst losses in Giants history. But hey why lose when you can lose and make ppl remember it forever in the history books. They just make me sick! So even if they win 3 more games and make the playoffs means nothing to me. B/c I've seen it all before so it's just disappointing to me at this point and I'm tired of believing only to be let down.

      I mean the F'in VIKINGS! The Vikings! The Minnesota F'IN Viking scored 41pts on us at HOME in our house, Eli just GAVE them the ball like it was nothing and he looked as if he could have cared less about it! WTF?! It's just unreal to me and I can't trust a team that does stuff like this.

      So until I have something positive to say about all of this or the team in general, I'm gonna stay away and get myself together. I'll be back by the Chicago game for now I'm done!

      Bleu...literally!
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        [quote user="JerseyGiant21"][quote user="Bleu"]<font color="#ff1493">Public Service Announcement from Bleu:

        I have to take at least a week off from this team and these MB's. I mean what else can I say...there is only so much I can take. I LOVE them to death and will ALWAYS stand by this team, which hurts b/c I have to endure the pain of this loss, but that goes along with being a Giants fan and I'll continue to take that. But for now I just need some time b/c I'm too disgusted to pretend like I believe they're not a poor excuse for a damn team right now. And it's not just this loss that kills me, it's the way ALL of our seasons have gone for the past 3yrs. I just don't trust them at all, they are too damn inconsistent and predictable at the same time. I saw this one coming after the first INT, I just knew this one was gonna be a HUGE MELTDOWN, little did I know it would be one of the worst losses in Giants history. But hey why lose when you can lose and make ppl remember it forever in the history books. They just make me sick! So even if they win 3 more games and make the playoffs means nothing to me. B/c I've seen it all before so it's just disappointing to me at this point and I'm tired of believing only to be let down.

        I mean the F'in VIKINGS! The Vikings! The Minnesota F'IN Viking scored 41pts on us at HOME in our house, Eli just GAVE them the ball like it was nothing and he looked as if he could have cared less about it! WTF?! It's just unreal to me and I can't trust a team that does stuff like this.

        So until I have something positive to say about all of this or the team in general, I'm gonna stay away and get myself together. I'll be back by the Chicago game for now I'm done!

        Bleu...literally!
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        Yes, we all need a hug....


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          [quote user="JerseyGiant21"]Good lord...Sean Taylor of the Redskins has been shot.....
          Hope he makes it.....
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          Hope he's ok, that's really unfortunate and seemingly unnecessary.

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            [quote user="JerseyGiant21"][quote user="Bleu"]<font color="#ff1493">Public Service Announcement from Bleu:

            I have to take at least a week off from this team and these MB's. I mean what else can I say...there is only so much I can take. I LOVE them to death and will ALWAYS stand by this team, which hurts b/c I have to endure the pain of this loss, but that goes along with being a Giants fan and I'll continue to take that. But for now I just need some time b/c I'm too disgusted to pretend like I believe they're not a poor excuse for a damn team right now. And it's not just this loss that kills me, it's the way ALL of our seasons have gone for the past 3yrs. I just don't trust them at all, they are too damn inconsistent and predictable at the same time. I saw this one coming after the first INT, I just knew this one was gonna be a HUGE MELTDOWN, little did I know it would be one of the worst losses in Giants history. But hey why lose when you can lose and make ppl remember it forever in the history books. They just make me sick! So even if they win 3 more games and make the playoffs means nothing to me. B/c I've seen it all before so it's just disappointing to me at this point and I'm tired of believing only to be let down.

            I mean the F'in VIKINGS! The Vikings! The Minnesota F'IN Viking scored 41pts on us at HOME in our house, Eli just GAVE them the ball like it was nothing and he looked as if he could have cared less about it! WTF?! It's just unreal to me and I can't trust a team that does stuff like this.

            So until I have something positive to say about all of this or the team in general, I'm gonna stay away and get myself together. I'll be back by the Chicago game for now I'm done!

            Bleu...literally!
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            Thanks JG! I really do need one, I know we're 7-4 and there's still time and blah blah blah but I'm just tired at this point.

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              [quote user="Bleu"]

              Thanks JG! I really do need one, I know we're 7-4 and there's still time and blah blah blah but I'm just tired at this point.
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              It's not so much the record but how the team plays and how they win or lose.

              We aren't winning dominantly that makes me feel we will pass the first round of the playoffs.


              I hate to say this but the Eagles last night played with great fire and emotion. I don't know why but I felt it, they WANTED to beat the Patriots, they hit hard and you just felt it watching them.

              The Bears should have lost against Denver but kept on fighting and fighting....

              The Giants? ....NOT.....



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                I'm just gonna move on from this game...
                If I think about it any more...I may cry.....

                The CareBears are next.....can we do it? Can we win....

                Lord Almighty....for my sanity....we better......

                So...did Britney shave her head again? Anything?

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                  It is fairly humorous how bad people are just losing it over in TAGF. It was to be expected, but sheeeeesh!</P>


                  I love this thread. It is a real nice thing to be a part of and would like to thank you all for letting me hang here! </P>

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                    We are fine. Beating the Bears next week will be easy if we don't kick the ball to Hester. We could always just laugh at the Knicks or Dolphins. So would you guys rather see the Dolphins go winless to reverse their '72 season or go 1-15 and have that one win coming against the Pats to destroy their undefeated hope. Personally as much as I would love to see them go winless I hate the Pats more.

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                      The bears are a better team than their record suggests, we area worse one. We barely beat the Fins and Lions, and the lions mostly beat themselves in the last half of the game. Our O has been asleep since October, and our D started to buy into the hype that they were that good. I see next week being a struggle unless TC lights a fire under some folks. Also, Killdrive needs to adapt his tactics during the game... hmm #1 runD, lets run up the middle.....</P>


                      I think Ralphie hit the nail on the head.</P>


                      http://www.nydailynews.com/blogs/gia...at-on-the.html</P>

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                        JG, im going to constantly eat, nonstop... cuz thats the only thing that doesnt hurt.... LAFFY TAFFY!

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                          Taylor in critical condition after surgery for gunshot wound





                          Associated Press





                          Washington Redskins safety Sean Taylor is clinging to life following
                          surgery on Monday for gunshot wounds to his leg suffered during what
                          police are investigating as a possible armed robbery at his home,
                          reports NFL Network's Adam Schefter.


                          Sean Taylor, S


                          Washington Redskins





                          2007 Statistics:


                          G/GS: 9/9


                          TACKLES: 42


                          INT: 5




                          The 24-year-old player was in the intensive care unit at Jackson
                          Memorial Hospital after several hours of surgery, family friend Richard
                          Sharpstein, his former lawyer, told The Associated Press. He remained
                          unconscious early Monday evening.




                          Taylor lost a "significant" amount of blood because the bullet
                          damaged his femoral artery, and doctors are worried about blood flow to
                          the brain, added Sharpstein, who was at the hospital with the player's
                          family and friends.




                          Officers were sent to Taylor's home at about 1:45 a.m. after his
                          girlfriend called 911 and said he was shot in his lower body, Lt. Nancy
                          Perez said. Taylor was airlifted to the hospital.




                          Sources close to Taylor have said that his Miami area home was
                          robbed last week, reports Schefter. Taylor was in Miami to check on his
                          home and get a second opinion on his injured knee that had forced him
                          to miss the last two games. According to police records, someone pried
                          open a front window, rifled through drawers and left a kitchen knife on
                          a bed.




                          Investigators were still interviewing the girlfriend and other
                          relatives who were in the home to try to determine what happened, Perez
                          said. No arrests have been made.




                          "It could have been a possible burglary; it could have been a
                          possible robbery," Perez said. "It has not been confirmed as of yet."




                          Sharpstein said Taylor's girlfriend told him the couple was
                          awakened by loud noises, and Taylor grabbed a machete he keeps in the
                          bedroom for protection. Someone then broke through the bedroom door and
                          fired two shots, one missing and one hitting Taylor, the lawyer said.





                          "It was clearly a burglary, an armed burglary," Sharpstein said, adding nothing appeared to have been stolen.




                          The shooting happened at a home Taylor bought two years ago in the
                          Miami suburb of Palmetto Bay. The player is in his fourth season with
                          the Redskins after playing at the University of Miami, where he was an
                          All-American in 2003. Despite his injury, he is tied for the NFC lead
                          with five interceptions.




                          In Ashburn, Va., Redskins owner Dan Snyder said he was headed to
                          Miami on his private plane, joined by running back Clinton Portis, vice
                          president of football operations Vinny Cerrato and trainer Bubba Tyer.





                          "Our hearts and prayers go out to Sean and his family. ... We appreciate very, very much the outcry of support," Snyder said.





                          Redskins safety Pierson Prioleau fought to keep his composure.




                          "This is not just a member of the Washington Redskins," said
                          Prioleau, one of a few players made available to reporters. "But we're
                          talking about a dad, a brother, a friend of ours, and that's where
                          we're at with this right now."




                          Coach Joe Gibbs was joined by the team chaplain at the Redskins'
                          usual Monday meeting. A small group of players held a separate prayer
                          gathering.





                          The Redskins (5-6) lost 19-13 at Tampa on Sunday. Taylor did not travel with the team to the game because of his knee injury.




                          Taylor sprained a ligament in his right knee in the second half of
                          the Nov. 11 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. He was expected to miss at
                          least two games, probably more.




                          Known as one of the NFL's hardest hitters, Taylor played in his
                          first Pro Bowl last season, where he drew attention by leveling the
                          other team's punter in what is usually a well-mannered exhibition game.
                          Even though he has missed two games, his five interceptions remained
                          tied for most in the NFC.




                          Taylor has been in trouble numerous times since he was drafted as
                          the No. 5 overall pick in 2004. He has been fined at least seven times
                          during his professional career for late hits and other infractions,
                          including a $17,000 penalty for spitting in the face of Tampa Bay
                          running back Michael Pittman during a playoff game in January 2006. He
                          also was fined $25,000 for skipping a mandatory rookie symposium
                          shortly after he was drafted.




                          Redskins coaches and players have defended Taylor, saying he was
                          smart and misunderstood. Taylor has been slow to let anyone into his
                          inner circle. He has rarely spoken to reporters, saying he does not
                          trust them. Teammates said he became more mature over the last year
                          after he became a father for the first time.




                          In 2005, Taylor was accused of brandishing a gun at a man and
                          repeatedly hitting him during a fight that broke out after Taylor and
                          some friends went looking for the people who had allegedly stolen his
                          all-terrain vehicles.




                          Taylor reached a deal with prosecutors last year after they agreed
                          to drop felony charges against him. He pleaded no contest to two
                          misdemeanors in the assault case and was sentenced to 18 months
                          probation. The pleas prompted another fine from the NFL but kept his
                          football career intact.




                          He also was ordered to talk about the importance of education at 10
                          Miami schools and had to contribute $1,000 for scholarships to each of
                          those schools.




                          The man Taylor allegedly hit, Ryan Hill, sued, seeking at least
                          $15,000 in damages. Hill sustained bruises to his body, incurred
                          medical expenses and lost wages because of the fight, the lawsuit said.





                          Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press.
                          here.

                          Wish him the best he is a player, this is tragic news i hope he recovers fully and is able to play again.

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                            Only just seen the news, tragic. Hope he recovers fully.

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                              wow the fins-steelers game was insane. ive never seen such a low scoring game in all my life. just one big play determined the victor...nuts!

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                                I watching the Ryan Grant interview on NFLN. Do you think that guy is happy he was traded? He'd be lucky to see the ball until the 4th quarter down by 30 with this team, instead he's a 100 yard rusher for the 10-1 pack with one of the greatest QBs ever at the helm.

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