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    Name at least 5 to 10 games that were trap games or games you thought that were an easy win and you guys lost. Can you guys think of any off hand? It seems like the Packers have at least a couple games a year where they lose to a lesser team like the Chiefs for example.

  • #2
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    It happens every year... Redskins twice, eagles without Vick, Seahawks... Just from last year...

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    • #3
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      that game against Cleveland in 2008 comes to mind almost immediately. My god was that embarrassing.

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      • #4
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        I see any game in which the Giants are listed as favourites as a trap game. I picked the Seahawks to win that game last season.

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        • #5
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          There were several this past year. The second redskins game was one.

          The NFC East is really tough, so other than Washington, there is guarantees.

          I am really having a hard time thinking of games that I thought as 'easy'. I have to say that the Gmen always seem to draw a very tough schedule.

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          • #6
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            Back when the Cardinals were in the NFC east they were always 'trap games'. Cleveland in 2008... so accurate there. I remember losing to the Jets in the last game of the season when the Jets were bad that would have given us a playoff birth and we lost. UGH....

            We once played Atlanta with a backup QB and he roasted us. Doug Johnson I believe his name was. For the love of Pete he was awful but he beat us for sure.

            There were a lot of games over the years I thought the Giants should have won. It's really hard to call them 'trap games' because the skill level in the league for the most part is pretty close.


            Scoops


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            • #7
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              [quote user="scoopscj"]Back when the Cardinals were in the NFC east they were always 'trap games'. Cleveland in 2008... so accurate there. I remember losing to the Jets in the last game of the season when the Jets were bad that would have given us a playoff birth and we lost. UGH....

              We once played Atlanta with a backup QB and he roasted us. Doug Johnson I believe his name was. For the love of Pete he was awful but he beat us for sure.

              There were a lot of games over the years I thought the Giants should have won. It's really hard to call them 'trap games' because the skill level in the league for the most part is pretty close.


              Scoops


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              I remember the Cards playing really tough every year back then. I was always scared of them. Lomax was great, and later on, Anthony Thompson was excellent against us.

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              • #8
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                [quote user="THE_New_York_Giants"]that game against Cleveland in 2008 comes to mind almost immediately. My god was that embarrassing.[/quote]

                LOL on prime time television...... I was so embarassed


                what an absolute train wreck
                "Once a Giant, ALWAYS, a Giant."

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                  [quote user="NYG4lifeNYK"][quote user="THE_New_York_Giants"]that game against Cleveland in 2008 comes to mind almost immediately. My god was that embarrassing.[/quote]

                  LOL on prime time television...... I was so embarassed


                  what an absolute train wreck
                  [/quote]

                  Now that I think back, I do remember it.... that was crazy. But those games seem to pop-up their ugly heads once in a while.

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                  • #10
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                    I remember back in 1997 when the Packers were 8-2 playing the 0-10 Colts and we lost 41-38 on a game winning field goal at the buzzer. That was embarassing.

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                      [quote user="Lambeau12"]I remember back in 1997 when the Packers were 8-2 playing the 0-10 Colts and we lost 41-38 on a game winning field goal at the buzzer. That was embarassing.[/quote]

                      It is always hard playing a team looking for its first victory. I think that last year, the team really went to sleep against the redskins, while they were kicking our butts all over the field. Not that they will outplay you when they are such an underdog, but it is that one tends to give the game away.

                      If you lose to a good or great team is fine... painful, but fine. When you lose to a pile of idiots on helmets... it makes you want to kill your television.

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                      • #12
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                        [quote user="Lambeau12"]I remember back in 1997 when the Packers were 8-2 playing the 0-10 Colts and we lost 41-38 on a game winning field goal at the buzzer. That was embarassing.[/quote]
                        kinda like losing to the Chiefs this year? I bet that hurt.

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                        • #13
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                          [quote user="Bohemian"][quote user="NYG4lifeNYK"][quote user="THE_New_York_Giants"]that game against Cleveland in 2008 comes to mind almost immediately. My god was that embarrassing.[/quote]

                          LOL on prime time television...... I was so embarassed


                          what an absolute train wreck
                          [/quote]

                          Now that I think back, I do remember it.... that was crazy.* But those games seem to pop-up their ugly heads once in a while.
                          [/quote]
                          Everyone was predicting a 45-0 win or something ridiculous and we got absolutely spanked. I went to the game with a client of mine and the Giants got absolutely spanked and here I am wearing my Eli jersey and Cleveland fans are going nuts and taunting me and stuff. These guys aren't Eagles fans and I always feel bad for Cleveland fans because of the Baltimore thing but I was embarrassed. I wanted to crawl into a hole and cry. My client was making fun of me too which didn't help. But at the end of the day I made a lot of money off of that game so it wasn't too bad. But that was embarrassing as it gets. MNF getting dominated by a terrible team. We were undefeated on the road for like 14 games in a row at that point too.

                          With that said, if there's another team in the league I want to see win a Superbowl it's Cleveland. That city deserves it after all the stuff that has gone down there sports wise.

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                          • #14
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                            [quote user="THE_New_York_Giants"][quote user="Lambeau12"]I remember back in 1997 when the Packers were 8-2 playing the 0-10 Colts and we lost 41-38 on a game winning field goal at the buzzer. That was embarassing.[/quote]
                            kinda like losing to the Chiefs this year? I bet that hurt.[/quote]
                            Yeah that hurt. It hurt worse losing in the playoffs though.

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                            • #15
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                              [quote user="Lambeau12"][quote user="THE_New_York_Giants"][quote user="Lambeau12"]I remember back in 1997 when the Packers were 8-2 playing the 0-10 Colts and we lost 41-38 on a game winning field goal at the buzzer. That was embarassing.[/quote]
                              kinda like losing to the Chiefs this year? I bet that hurt.[/quote]
                              Yeah that hurt. It hurt worse losing in the playoffs though.[/quote]
                              Not to sound arrogant, but after we lost to you guys in the regular season, I knew we were going to win the Superbowl. The Packers got way too ****y going into that playoff game.

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