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  • GreenGuy
    started a topic Do you guys still consider us big rivals?

    Do you guys still consider us big rivals?

    With how bad we've been this year and are likely to be, for the next few years, I have to wonder if we're still considered rivals. Every Cowboy fan that I've talked to says that their biggest rivals are currently the Redskins and the Giants. Every Giants fan that I've talked to, says that their biggest rivals are the Cowboys and the Packers.

    Wanted to get some thoughts on this.

  • BigBlueAllDay
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    I absolutely do not feel sorry if an opponent doesn't show up to play and Giants ran up the score on them, especially if it's the Eagles... and I'm sure there's no pity from the Falcons or Ravens either. Show up and play or get send back into the lockerroom in humiliation with reporters waiting to jump on the interviews.

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  • giantyankee1976
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    strangely after so many years of the Birds "robbing us" or "knocking us off," this win felt so cheap.

    Am I glad? Sorta, but we all knew that Reid is done, his Era is done, Vick is punch drunk and we squander our hopes 2 weeks ago and at Cincy...

    So yea Giants kicked that ***, but in the bigger picture so F'n what !!!

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  • Sarcasman
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    Originally posted by BigBlueAllDay View Post
    I'd gladly take TC's 2 SB wins and the late season meltdowns over Reid's 14 seasons of no superbowl wins. That's for sure.
    So would Andy Reid.

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  • BigBlueAllDay
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    Originally posted by Sarcasman View Post
    How sad it is that after this many years a major part of your legacy is your head to head record against another coach as opposed to something meaningful?
    I'd gladly take TC's 2 SB wins and the late season meltdowns over Reid's 14 seasons of no superbowl wins. That's for sure.

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  • Sarcasman
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    Originally posted by BigBlueAllDay View Post
    Andy Reid was already pre-fired on Friday before the game. The highlights of his career would be that great 2004 Eagles team
    with T.O. and that star-studded defense and his head-to-head matchup record against Tom Coughlin.

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap100...delphia-eagles

    How sad it is that after this many years a major part of your legacy is your head to head record against another coach as opposed to something meaningful?

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  • BigBlueAllDay
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    Andy Reid was already pre-fired on Friday before the game. The highlights of his career would be that great 2004 Eagles team
    with T.O. and that star-studded defense and his head-to-head matchup record against Tom Coughlin.

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap100...delphia-eagles

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  • Toadofsteel
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    Originally posted by N.E. Pa GiantFan View Post
    My attitude, since the days of Buddy Ryan, has always been that if the G-Men go 2-14, the two wins MUST be against the Eagles.
    Amen to that. If we get eliminated next week, we better come out guns blazing to finish off the Eagles for good...

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  • N.E. Pa GiantFan
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    My attitude, since the days of Buddy Ryan, has always been that if the G-Men go 2-14, the two wins MUST be against the Eagles.

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  • crossouttheeyes
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    There is a special kind of hate I reserve for the Eagles. They're like the anti-Giants and the games are always hard fought, tough, and eventful. In my eyes this will always be the best and most hateful NFC East rivalry. Its almost sad to see the Eagles bad because there is nothing as exciting as Giants vs, Eagles games that actually mean something for both teams.

    While I hate Dallas, they're a trainwreck that's funny to watch. The Redskins have just been irrelevant for too long for me too care about them yet. The growing rivalries with the 49ers and Packers are great, but I don't hate either team and I respect both of them. The Niners would probably be my favorite team if the Giants didn't exist.

    In short, yes, the Eagles are still our biggest rival.

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  • JJC7301
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    IMO, the Eagles are our biggest rival -- they always have our # and they're the closest big city. I always pictured the 'boys and 'skins as they're own biggest rivals, while we've got the Eagles.

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  • GMENAGAIN
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    Until you stop beating us all the time you will be a rival.

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  • GentleGiant
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    Absolutly not. Last time I checked you guys beat us.

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  • miked1958
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    Hey Denver lost back to back as well and a 3 rd SB loss to make them 0-3 overall ( all blowout losses ) until they finally bounced back and won two in a row. Unlucky for Bills fans they have never made it back to the SB

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  • miked1958
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    And if I remember both of them were blowouts. And those two losses came on the backend of a 4 game In a row SB losing streak for the Bills. All 4 to the NFCE with the first one to us and their 2nd loss to skins and then losses 3&4 to Dallas. Poor eagles (sorry green guy, no offense) are the only ones that didnt get in on the act vs buffalo

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