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  • #16
    Originally posted by Redeyejedi View Post
    Similar yes expectations were different. Packers in 2010 were a preseason Super Bowl pick. Like the Giants had a ton injuries got hot and won the Supr Bowl
    That's not really fair to the packers though... for one, the Giants are always expected to be at the bottom. Nobody EVER expects us to win.

    I'm Commander Shepard, and this is my favorite team in the NFL.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Rodgers12 View Post
      We beat
      Philly @Philly 21-16
      @Atlanta- 48-21 win.
      @ Chicago 21-14 win.
      Pittsburgh in the super bowl we won 31-25.

      Your run you beat
      Atlanta at home 24-2.
      Us in GB 37-20 but we were awful that day.
      @ SF 20-17 win
      NE in the bowl 21-17.

      I think both our runs are very similar but as the homer in me I give the edge to us. What do you Giant fans think.
      So were the refs in giving the Packers 14 points, otherwise Giants win by 40.

      I think you also have to compare injuries. Both teams were devistated with injuries through out the year and I actually think the Giants were worse.
      WE ALREADY HAVE A GREAT RUNNING BACK:

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      • #19
        Don't you ever think the opponent deserves any credit in your team being awful ? .... Niners fans say that they beat themselves....Pats fans say that they ALSO beat themselves.... The common denominator is that New York Football Giants were on the field for all that awfulness.. We are a better football team.. I'm surprised that Rodgers is still crying about it.. Does not bode well for Pack that he can't get past the loss

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        • #20
          Originally posted by 888888 View Post
          Don't you ever think the opponent deserves any credit in your team being awful ? .... Niners fans say that they beat themselves....Pats fans say that they ALSO beat themselves.... The common denominator is that New York Football Giants were on the field for all that awfulness.. We are a better football team.. I'm surprised that Rodgers is still crying about it.. Does not bode well for Pack that he can't get past the loss
          That's what I said to my friends that say that. Giants had a lot to do with them being awful. Also like another poster said. Take away the freebies the packers got And the drive the refs stopped at the fifty when DJ ware clearly had the first down and who knows, final score could of been 40-6 or worse
          Football has been very, very good to us.
          After losing seasons 2013-15, the giants put up 11 wins in 16.. they are on way Back
          But for now we can console ourselves with this fact-

          # of Super Bowl victories since 1985:

          1-Chicago, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Seattle
          2-Washington, Green Bay, Pittsburgh, Baltimore
          3-San Francisco, Dallas, Denver
          4-New York Giants!!!
          5-NE
          Let's make it 5 in 2016 so we can be on a LINE NE again!!!

          ***Stat provided by "Schloss22"***

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          • #21
            Haha @ the "but.."

            And to answer the question....we beat you guys in YOUR place... so yeah it's pretty much self explanatory.

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            • #22
              We had 8 dropped passes, Jennings was wide open for a touchdown and Rodgers overthrew him. We also turned the ball over 5 times. Take those factors away and a hail mary that never should have happened it would have been alot different game. It's not like the Giants dominated, they only outgained us in total yards by 50 yards. Also no Cullen Jenkins and Nick Collins. When we had them two years ago when we played the Giants the score was 45-17 GB. See I can play that game too like everyone here is crying about the officials.

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              • #23
                I believe Fewell's scheme had to do a lot with Rodger's bad day throwing the ball. Those extra DB packages he put together were working wonders that day. Rodgers didn't have those typical huge windows that most teams seem to love giving him. And of course our front 4 was enough to bring just enough heat to have Rodgers on his heels and taking off on his wheels day.

                Oh btw our starting MLB was Chase Blackburn, he was teaching school children at the beginning of the NFL season.

                And that game 2 years ago was a week after the Desean Jackson walk off punt return. Bowling Green would have probably whooped us that week. Not to take anything away from that GB team, they earned every bit of success they had that year.

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                • #24
                  I know most Packer fans are hoping for Desean Jackson and the Eagles to beat the Giants again twice. Philly doesn't scare me as much as we beat them in the playoffs two years ago in Philly 21-16. Dallas will always be tough for you guys as well.

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                  • #25
                    We played really well after the last Super Bowl win so I expect us to do the same this year. Especially since I doubt any of our play maker stars will shoot themselves again in late November. The NFC East will be the battle it always is. Too bad the Chiefs arent' in the NFC North they would probably be an auto 2 losses for you guys a year.

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                    • #26
                      I took a few to look at the spreads of the games for both teams during each's respective playoff run.

                      The Packers were favored in 2 games:
                      By 3 vs Chicago
                      and
                      By 2 over the Steelers

                      They were underdogs by 2.5 vs both the Eagles and Falcons.

                      The total spread for their playoff run was even.

                      The Giants were only favored in 1 game: By 3 over Atlanta.

                      They were 9 point underdogs to the Packers, 2.5 point underdogs to the 49ers, and 3 point underdogs to the Pats.

                      The Giants were a combined 11.5 point underdogs for their playoff run.

                      I recognize that some of these lines varied depend on where you look. But, they are pretty close and in no way can exaplin the huge difference between playoff run difficulty.

                      We also went through the reigning Superbowl champs with the best record in football(sorry)

                      In light of this, the Giants run was a little more impressive.
                      Last edited by BlueSanta; 08-07-2012, 12:11 AM.
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                      • #27
                        Lol I'd love to consider the Packer's run, but to be honest, after Philly lost, I stopped watching a full game of football that year. Bits and pieces, that's it.

                        Giants.
                        My body was sculpted to the proportions of Michelangelo's David.

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                        • #28
                          Originally posted by chasjay View Post
                          All I see is that you got a Lombardi and we got a Lombardi - and that you like the Packers more than you do the Giants.

                          No offense intended.
                          Aahhhh, sounds about correct to me.
                          Lets go, Giants!

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                          • #29
                            Hahahhahahahaha......I love this Green Bay Packers crybaby nonsense.Glaring difference is that NY Giants are a team of character and Green Bay Packers are a team of sore loser crybabies.Glaring difference is that you backed in to the playoffs as a wildcard when Jay Cutler gift wrapped the last game of the season for you to decide it. On the last game of the season in the deciding game against Dallas Cowboys we went out and took it and left no doubt about it.Glaring difference is that you and the rest of your fanbase just will not admit that we are the better team with the better QB and that is why we smacked the taste out your mouths in your own house in the postseason.Glaring difference is that stars on your team are still crying and making statements about how "beating themselves" and still refusing to give credit where it is due. Eli Manning is leading our team forward and hia statements are "we need to improve and get better" and "I am happy the cameras are over in Jets training camp so I can focus fully on my work and this team getting better."Glaring difference is that your QB is a sore loser stat machine that when all is said and done will be little more than an afterthought. Our QB is a legend that doesn't let it go to his head and is the greatest QB in the history of NY Giants

                            I bELIeve.
                            old username- buffyblue
                            Last edited by BuffyBlueII; 08-09-2012, 01:55 PM.

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                            • #30
                              Originally posted by Rodgers12 View Post
                              We had 8 dropped passes, Jennings was wide open for a touchdown and Rodgers overthrew him. We also turned the ball over 5 times. Take those factors away and a hail mary that never should have happened it would have been alot different game. It's not like the Giants dominated, they only outgained us in total yards by 50 yards. Also no Cullen Jenkins and Nick Collins. When we had them two years ago when we played the Giants the score was 45-17 GB. See I can play that game too like everyone here is crying about the officials.
                              Dude. You're a *****.

                              We ****ing dominated you in that game. Dominated. Now shut the **** up and stop posting here.

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