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  • NEW YORK GIANTS ARE NOT FINISHED BEING "ALL-IN"

    NEW YORK GIANTS ARE NOT FINISHED BEING "ALL-IN"

    "The New York Football
    Giants are World Champions. Doesn’t get old hearing that, eh?


    Recent events -mainly the front office, team, coaches and ancillary staff
    getting their Super Bowl rings from Tiffany- have suggested that there’s not
    only a sense of Giants Pride continuing, but what will also be on the horizon.
    Pictures floating around the internet explain how proud the G-Men are of their
    February accomplishment.




    What shows their mindset for the future more are the statements being made,
    primarily by two of the team captains:





    "Our thing now is we want a dynasty. We want to make it a dynasty … I think
    the second ring makes you that much more hungrier. The first time you are in
    awe, and then you win the second one and you’re like ‘Hey, maybe we can do
    something here’…” said defensive team captain, Justin
    Tuck
    Wednesday evening.




    Giants quarterback and two-time MVP took the reminiscent route, discussing
    his gratefulness to Head Coach Tom
    Coughlin
    :





    “I know how important Coach Coughlin has been to me. From my rookie year he
    made me stay late every night and draw up every blitz and how we were protected.
    I came prepared even though I wasn’t playing….he made me grind it out. I have
    great respect for him and his work ethic. Hopefully we can continue to have a
    number of good seasons ahead of us…”




    Eli
    Manning
    even went on to mention that #91 mentioned dynasty thoughts to
    Owner, John
    Mara
    :





    “…and he was saying no Giants player has three championships with the
    Giants.”




    Manning added:





    “So we’re setting the stakes high and make sure we stay
    motivated.”




    Is anyone else getting excited for Giants Football in 2012?!




    Most feel that “All In” and “Finish” (both of which are engraved inside the
    Super Bowl rings) were just a part of 2011’s season-ending rally to get the team
    together to close the season on as high a note as capable. Apparently not,
    doubters. This Giants team has, before our eyes, become one – a team full of
    believers.




    The feeling emanating from Big Blue is that they aren’t finished. Yeah, they
    finished a chapter, but this great book isn’t near being complete. Records are
    still being broken and with most of the core players and coaches intact, many
    games are still to be won.




    Antrel
    Rolle
    said last year of “All In”:





    “It’s our minds that, you know, are powerful … what’s gonna give you that
    extra inch, what’s gonna give you that extra push.”




    The Giants-Coughlin football attitude is definitely not rare around the men
    who go out and perform. For them, Mini Camp is June 12-14, 2012. Training Camp
    is approximately sixty-nine days away. The first Preseason game is an estimated
    eighty-three days away. The first New York
    Giants
    Regular Season game of 2012 is one-hundred-nine days away. Are you
    ready?"

    “Never argue with an idiot. They will only bring you down to their level and beat you with experience.” MB Rule # 1

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    Re: NEW YORK GIANTS ARE NOT FINISHED BEING "ALL-IN"

    I love it. Some teams get complacent after a Superbowl win. Think they can reign all next season when in fact the slate's clean and everyone's in the same position - fighting for a championship - while other defending champs think it'll just come easy to them.

    This is what makes this team so special. They have their heads screwed on straight, no one's out for themselves, they're doing this for ownership and 'team' and not individual gain and recognition. In all my years as a Giants fan I've never known any of the past teams to be selfish.

    Team first.

    All in.

    FINISH!

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    • #3
      Re: NEW YORK GIANTS ARE NOT FINISHED BEING "ALL-IN"

      [quote user="CTLadyBlue"]I love it. Some teams get complacent after a Superbowl win. Think they can reign all next season when in fact the slate's clean and everyone's in the same position - fighting for a championship - while other defending champs think it'll just come easy to them.

      This is what makes this team so special. They have their heads screwed on straight, no one's out for themselves, they're doing this for ownership and 'team' and not individual gain and recognition. In all my years as a Giants fan I've never known any of the past teams to be selfish.

      Team first.

      All in.

      FINISH![/quote]

      They certainly have the right attitude heading into OTA's and camp.
      “Never argue with an idiot. They will only bring you down to their level and beat you with experience.” MB Rule # 1

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        Re: NEW YORK GIANTS ARE NOT FINISHED BEING "ALL-IN"

        [quote user="RoanokeFan"][quote user="CTLadyBlue"]I love it. Some teams get complacent after a Superbowl win. Think they can reign all next season when in fact the slate's clean and everyone's in the same position - fighting for a championship - while other defending champs think it'll just come easy to them.

        This is what makes this team so special. They have their heads screwed on straight, no one's out for themselves, they're doing this for ownership and 'team' and not individual gain and recognition. In all my years as a Giants fan I've never known any of the past teams to be selfish.

        Team first.

        All in.

        FINISH![/quote]

        They certainly have the right attitude heading into OTA's and camp.
        [/quote]I believe! All In
        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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