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  • ProfessorCrue
    started a topic giants honesty for week 3

    giants honesty for week 3

    giants lose this game due to a lost running game. i told you people in a different post that since you guys lost jacobs, there was no way bradshaw can handle full games this season. well, he tried but now is riding the injury train, along with half of your starters. and if yall think that butterfingers wilson is gonna prevail, well, think again. he better put some glue on his gloves. lil eli aint gonna be getting any lucky 500 yd game again. and if yall think you have a wide receiver savior in that tomato sauce guy, well, no i am afraid yall dont. with nicks out, double coverage on cruz means unflavored salsa. just plain ol puree tomato sauce. bland. no good

    1-2 giants after thurs nite.

    and before you people start dissing on muh boyz from Dallas, let me just say that even though the seahawk game was bad, i aint worried bout it. Cowboys come out with new attitude from their humility experience this week. the wk 2 defeat will actually prove beneficial in the long run for this season ....Cowboys 2-1 this week and back ahead of the frail giants

  • BParcells777
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    Originally posted by ProfessorCrue View Post
    refs are robbing my Boys this yr. however, Dallas has yalls number this yr. yep
    I was happy for you guys Crue........you won fair and square, we are not sadists......its ok if teams take a game or two in the regular season

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  • BParcells777
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    Originally posted by miked1958 View Post
    Each one is sweeter cause you and I both know about the lean years. These young kids think this is the norm and I hope they are right. But us old timers know better. A repeat this year would be nice though to add to our list of accomplishments. Hey how about Joe Morrison, leonard Marshall, Maurice Carthon, Phil McConkey, Hampton, Otis Anderson and spider Lockart
    Leonard was a ladies man........had a beach house at jersey shore with another buddy of mine ........lots of stories I cannot tell on here

    Good old Days

    Otis used to visit the place they filmed the Soprano's in........always sat near the kitchen and had a cranberry and soda....another nice guy

    I ran into Alex Webster at his restaurant in Sea Girt.....remember Alex on the screen pass?

    LT was infamous in the Cliffside Park area for partying all night long and playing the next day at all pro level........I only met him once.....in the supermarket- gave me the evil eye....I'm a big guy and some people feel uncomfortable when I just walk up to them......I turned and walked the other way, he is intimidating too
    Last edited by BParcells777; 09-24-2012, 10:20 PM.

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  • miked1958
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    Each one is sweeter cause you and I both know about the lean years. These young kids think this is the norm and I hope they are right. But us old timers know better. A repeat this year would be nice though to add to our list of accomplishments. Hey how about Joe Morrison, leonard Marshall, Maurice Carthon, Phil McConkey, Hampton, Otis Anderson and spider Lockart

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  • ProfessorCrue
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    Originally posted by BParcells777 View Post
    They won a playoff game......do tell......... LOL.....Will wonders never cease???????
    Crue I've been a Giants fan since 1958..........believe me I've eated tons of crow over the years
    Our turn to gloat and abuse the Cowboys........you guys had the refs in your pockets for 30 years.........how does our dust taste? LOL
    We are all sitting around the campfire here , waiting to go to your go-go palace (where we have never lost) and watch Jerry kick our Butts
    Just sittin around the campfire, polishing rings, shinning Lombardi's HAHAHAHA!!!!
    refs are robbing my Boys this yr. however, Dallas has yalls number this yr. yep

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  • BParcells777
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    Originally posted by miked1958 View Post
    Been a gmen fan since early 60s ( not quite as long as you BParcells) been there through the thick and thin. And as BParcells can attest there was quite a bit of THIN.
    we had some fun

    Fran Tarkenton, YA, Ron Johnson, Rob Carpenter, Homer Jones, John Mendenhall, Troy Archer, Brad Van Pelt, who was that TE Bob Tucker, My roomate dated Brian Kelly- she asked me to drag him out in the hall one night after he passed out, he woke up out there and punched a hole in a steel door LOL)
    left a dent

    I'll be honest after we won the 1st SB I felt deflated a bit........the magical quest was sort of over

    My favorite Giants memory was going to Giants camp in Pleasantville on the last day.....Phil tossed me some passes and Parcells posed with my buddies and I for pictures, nice guys......still have those photos.....Harry Carson and Phil McConkey were grumpy

    you could never get that close to the players these days
    Last edited by BParcells777; 09-24-2012, 10:07 PM.

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  • miked1958
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    Originally posted by BParcells777 View Post
    They won a playoff game......do tell......... LOL.....Will wonders never cease???????Crue I've been a Giants fan since 1958..........believe me I've eated tons of crow over the yearsOur turn to gloat and abuse the Cowboys........you guys had the refs in your pockets for 30 years.........how does our dust taste? LOL We are all sitting around the campfire here , waiting to go to your go-go palace (where we have never lost) and watch Jerry kick our ButtsJust sittin around the campfire, polishing rings, shinning Lombardi's HAHAHAHA!!!!
    Been a gmen fan since early 60s ( not quite as long as you BParcells) been there through the thick and thin. And as BParcells can attest there was quite a bit of THIN.

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  • BParcells777
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    Originally posted by ProfessorCrue View Post
    i was alive watching the Cowboys beat the broncos in the sb back in the late 70's, BMarcells.....the question is, are you one of those giant bandwagoners only when they playing good? did u jump on that bandwagon when they won the super a few yrs ago? i thought so.....you are dismissed, kid
    They won a playoff game......do tell......... LOL.....Will wonders never cease???????
    Crue I've been a Giants fan since 1958..........believe me I've eated tons of crow over the years
    Our turn to gloat and abuse the Cowboys........you guys had the refs in your pockets for 30 years.........how does our dust taste? LOL
    We are all sitting around the campfire here , waiting to go to your go-go palace (where we have never lost) and watch Jerry kick our Butts
    Just sittin around the campfire, polishing rings, shinning Lombardi's HAHAHAHA!!!!

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  • miked1958
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    Originally posted by NASTI-D-AWSUM-O View Post
    The G-men spotted the Bucs 21 points and still won.......From what I see at this point in the season. Giants are easily the most impessive team in the NFC East
    I was going to tell him that but u beat me to it. With the makeshift secondary and Eli's 3 first half picks we dug ourselves a pretty huge hole. However 604 yards later and 41 points (510 by Eli) we put TB to bed. Wonder how many yards romo and his team had vs Bucs. What did Dallas score on that pathetic defense? 16 points lol

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  • Medisleman
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    Let's see, the Redskins beat us twice last year, where did they end up? Go ahead, if your boys can beat us twice, we will still win a SB and your boys will be on the couch eating Domino's new dinner box with Jerry in Dallas.

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  • NASTI-D-AWSUM-O
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    The G-men spotted the Bucs 21 points and still won.......From what I see at this point in the season. Giants are easily the most impessive
    team in the NFC East

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  • FIFTY6G-MAN
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    Originally posted by ProfessorCrue View Post
    just curious, but how many points did freeman and the bucs put up against the giants? hmm? that same giant team that needed a miracle to beat the bucs
    Needed a miracle??? No, the only thing we needed was a quarter, THE 4TH QTR that is!!!! You have to admit that since the Giants played the Cowpukes on opening day, we are a lot better and well, your guys are going downhill fast. Thats the truth.

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  • ProfessorCrue
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    Originally posted by miked1958 View Post
    Crue the cowboys were tooting their horn again about this being a SB team. In the last two games you have looked like anything but a SB contender. Lost horrible up in seattle and yesterday play terrible again and were just lucky you were playing Freeman and the Bucs which just happen to be a little worse then you. Romo will not last the season at this rate
    just curious, but how many points did freeman and the bucs put up against the giants? hmm? that same giant team that needed a miracle to beat the bucs

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  • miked1958
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    Crue the cowboys were tooting their horn again about this being a SB team. In the last two games you have looked like anything but a SB contender. Lost horrible up in seattle and yesterday play terrible again and were just lucky you were playing Freeman and the Bucs which just happen to be a little worse then you. Romo will not last the season at this rate

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  • ashleymarie
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    Originally posted by ProfessorCrue View Post
    i was alive watching the Cowboys beat the broncos in the sb back in the late 70's, BMarcells.....the question is, are you one of those giant bandwagoners only when they playing good? did u jump on that bandwagon when they won the super a few yrs ago? i thought so.....you are dismissed, kid
    Most of us here never jumped on the Giants' bandwagon. We were already on it when it rolled through.

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