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  • #16
    Because our coaches would rather have totally uninspired players let every team claw their way back into games. This team has no killer instinct, the last 4 weeks they have looked like they didn't even want to be out there. Pathetic.
    "Fairy Tales are more than true; not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten"

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    • #17
      There are certain teams that other teams fear playing, NE, Pit, Ravens, to name a few, sadly, Giants aren't one of em. They don't dominate at home but are great on the rd. They are such an enigma!

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Parademon View Post
        There are certain teams that other teams fear playing, NE, Pit, Ravens, to name a few, sadly, Giants aren't one of em. They don't dominate at home but are great on the rd. They are such an enigma!
        Nobody fears playing the Giants? I know we are talking about points scored here, but do you really believe no one is afraid of the Giants?

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        • #19
          Only when we make the playoffs. During the regular season, not so much. I mean, I doubt GB is terrified by the thought of playing us next Sunday night. Playoffs, that's a different story.. Even some of their fans fear their team meeting us in the playoffs again.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by fourth&forever View Post
            sorry, putting teams away is not our style.
            Putting away teams, is every teams responsibiility, it just takes everyone being on the same page. I am not saying run up the score, I am saying a Decisive win! No questions in anyones mind of which team came ready to play.

            Originally posted by jax5338 View Post
            as good as the giants are at coming back and winning games, teams like the saints and pats are just as good at keeping their foot on the gas and overpowering weak teams from the start as we saw today. i like the way the giants play, but i sometimes wish our team and coaches has that kind of killer instinct. would certainly put a few years back on all of our lives lol.
            I am the "Keep the foot on the gas kinda coach", Yet our coaches get a 10 point lead and think they can put it on cruise control to win the game...NOT IN THIS LEAGUE

            Originally posted by DandyDon View Post
            50+ points is a college score. This is the NFL, not fantasy football. Defense wins games and rings here. And I'll take the gint's squeaks all year long.

            Bottom line - who would you rather be in the last 4 years: New Orleans, Green Bay, New England, or the Giants?
            Do you even watch other games or see the scores? In actuality it is Fantasy Football. We used to have killer instinct back in the 80's with decisive wins. I want the team we played to not want to continue to play cause they feel demoralized by our team. Nothing wrong with just a good ole *** kicking.



            Bottom line- I am happy we are the Giants, however lets start putting some fear into other teams like the Giants of the 80's
            "KILL'EM ALL AND LET THE PARAMEDICS SORT'EM OUT!"

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            • #21
              Originally posted by DandyDon View Post
              Nobody fears playing the Giants? I know we are talking about points scored here, but do you really believe no one is afraid of the Giants?
              NO! No teams this year really fear us this year. How can you be feared when you play like whipped cream against slug teams and blow 10+ points in the 4th qtr?
              "KILL'EM ALL AND LET THE PARAMEDICS SORT'EM OUT!"

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              • #22
                Originally posted by FIFTY6G-MAN View Post
                NO! No teams this year really fear us this year. How can you be feared when you play like whipped cream against slug teams and blow 10+ points in the 4th qtr?
                No team fears the team that made the tough-guy 49ers quit???? Hmmmmm

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by GMENAGAIN View Post
                  No team fears the team that made the tough-guy 49ers quit???? Hmmmmm
                  What have we done since.....lets take a look.
                  Barely beat Skins 27-23, Cowboys 29-24, lost to Steelers 24-20 and Blown out by Bengals 31-13. I didnt see any team that feared us there and there isnt even one team in our second half that will fear us!
                  "KILL'EM ALL AND LET THE PARAMEDICS SORT'EM OUT!"

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                  • #24
                    I'd rather win 24-3 than 56-30. The former score means that their offense couldn't do crap all game.

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

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Toadofsteel View Post
                      I'd rather win 24-3 than 56-30. The former score means that their offense couldn't do crap all game.
                      I concur with you on that. I was just stating that we dont do enough with the ball when we have it(Redzone). Also we never keep our foot on the gas when we have a decent leade(A TD is not a decent lead).
                      "KILL'EM ALL AND LET THE PARAMEDICS SORT'EM OUT!"

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by FIFTY6G-MAN View Post
                        Do you even watch other games or see the scores? In actuality it is Fantasy Football. We used to have killer instinct back in the 80's with decisive wins. I want the team we played to not want to continue to play cause they feel demoralized by our team. Nothing wrong with just a good ole *** kicking.


                        Bottom line- I am happy we are the Giants, however lets start putting some fear into other teams like the Giants of the 80's

                        No need to insult dude, I watch a lot of football, just stating my opinion. But I wont watch the whole game when its a ridiculous blowout game like New England played this week. Their "Killer Instinct" cost them one of their best players, maybe for the season.

                        We are more a ball control type of team, just like in the 80s. And my memory of the 80s was that teams feared our DEFENSE, not that we were gonna drop a 50 on them. When we get a lead we tend to run more and use the clock to play more conservatively.

                        There is more than one way to win games, and I couldnt care less how many points we score if we get the W.

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                        • #27
                          Giants don't blow teams out, usually. A win by two touchdowns is a blowout, for us
                          Last edited by gmenfan0488; 11-19-2012, 04:22 PM.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by DandyDon View Post
                            No need to insult dude, I watch a lot of football, just stating my opinion. But I wont watch the whole game when its a ridiculous blowout game like New England played this week. Their "Killer Instinct" cost them one of their best players, maybe for the season.

                            We are more a ball control type of team, just like in the 80s. And my memory of the 80s was that teams feared our DEFENSE, not that we were gonna drop a 50 on them. When we get a lead we tend to run more and use the clock to play more conservatively.

                            There is more than one way to win games, and I couldnt care less how many points we score if we get the W.
                            Wait now, I remember one game when Shockey hurt himself for the rest of the year in 07 and the Giants were not running up the score, they were just playing. The Giants also lost two tes in their last Superbowl win in the middle of the game. If you watched a lot of ball then you wouldn't come out with the comment you made. A player can be put out for the rest of the season at any time.

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by YATittle1962 View Post
                              last game of the season 1986 put up 55 on the Packers is the last one I remember

                              the team has put up a bunch of 40 burgers in recent years

                              as long as we have one more point than our opponent I'm good to go
                              damn it YA..that would have been a great DYK question

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by BMW View Post
                                Gilbride and our receivers dropping balls all over the place is why.
                                How many drops did Gilbride have last game?
                                “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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