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  • Tiki giving great praise to Eli

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/2012/10/08/tikis-take-bench-michael-vick/1620235


    Last edited by Abby Manning; 10-08-2012, 04:38 PM.

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    Tiki talking about the toughest players he ever played with:
    Manning: He may be the toughest Giant yet, physically and mentally. We've all seen him get tossed around, sacked and beaten up. But he always gets up, saunters back to the huddle and keeps on going. More importantly, his mind is impenetrable. When he lost his first eight games in fairly ugly fashion, he focused and got better. When he got booed and disparaged (even by me), he focused and got better. When he won a Super Bowl, he focused and got better. No matter what happens to him — good, bad or indifferent — he focuses and keeps going forward. That's a mental toughness that can't be measured

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    • #3
      Also had some good things to say about Ike hilliard, Shockey, Bradshaw and richie seubert

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      • #4
        No one gives a **** Tiki.

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        • #5
          Gotta give Tiki credit here. Awesome article.

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          • #6
            good props by Tiki, especially on Ike and Seubert. Its really too bad Richie smushed his knee in the last game of 2010, he would probably still be playing, he was having an outstanding season that year. I also think letting Hilliard walk when he was only 28, just to let Tim Carter fill the perennial revolving door at 3rd WR was one of EA's poorer FA decisions. he proved that he could fill that 3rd WR spot nicely for quite a few years in Tampa.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by NYG 5 View Post
              good props by Tiki, especially on Ike and Seubert. Its really too bad Richie smushed his knee in the last game of 2010, he would probably still be playing, he was having an outstanding season that year. I also think letting Hilliard walk when he was only 28, just to let Tim Carter fill the perennial revolving door at 3rd WR was one of EA's poorer FA decisions. he proved that he could fill that 3rd WR spot nicely for quite a few years in Tampa.
              Tiki make me look man. hehe.

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              • #8
                he did sum it up quite well though. love or hate the guy.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by juice33s View Post
                  Tiki talking about the toughest players he ever played with:
                  Manning: He may be the toughest Giant yet, physically and mentally. We've all seen him get tossed around, sacked and beaten up. But he always gets up, saunters back to the huddle and keeps on going. More importantly, his mind is impenetrable. When he lost his first eight games in fairly ugly fashion, he focused and got better. When he got booed and disparaged (even by me), he focused and got better. When he won a Super Bowl, he focused and got better. No matter what happens to him — good, bad or indifferent — he focuses and keeps going forward. That's a mental toughness that can't be measured
                  Well put by Tiki, nice to see him say something nice for a change..

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                  • #10
                    And that means what to who?????

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by juice33s View Post
                      Tiki talking about the toughest players he ever played with:
                      Manning: He may be the toughest Giant yet, physically and mentally. We've all seen him get tossed around, sacked and beaten up. But he always gets up, saunters back to the huddle and keeps on going. More importantly, his mind is impenetrable. When he lost his first eight games in fairly ugly fashion, he focused and got better. When he got booed and disparaged (even by me), he focused and got better. When he won a Super Bowl, he focused and got better. No matter what happens to him — good, bad or indifferent — he focuses and keeps going forward. That's a mental toughness that can't be measured
                      Ah YEAH!, AND Coach Coughlin was the smartest best coach I ever had, now can I have that work out with the Giants...I still got it man...WOW!, .these bills just keep comin' in

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                      • #12
                        Sounds like Tiki taking credit for making Eli better..............of course.
                        No one remembers who came in second.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by EnragedYouth85 View Post
                          Well put by Tiki, nice to see him say something nice for a change..
                          It not the fact that what he is saying is nice, but it happens to be the truth. Majority now view Eli as mentally tough. It just took Tiki a little while longer to realize the Eli is as good as he is.
                          Reese, gone. Check! Bench McAdoo Doo, gone. Check! Let's Giants 2018.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by jomo View Post
                            Sounds like Tiki taking credit for making Eli better..............of course.
                            I think the pre-edit of the blurb had tiki saying - "and thanks to me, he focused and got better"

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                            • #15
                              Well, thanks for the props, but we're full at RB...

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

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