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    With the exception of JPP, the rest of this defense is clueless.

    I don't have any hope that Gilbride and Fewell can outcoach their next two opponents.

    I expect these next two games to go the same route as the majority of the season..... Eli is going to have to come from behind and win, and it won't be until the clock forces Gilbride to abandon his refried game plan.

    Fortunately, Eli has done it for most of the season, and can do it against the Jets and Dallas defenses. I'm not saying he will.....this team ran out of mulligans a few games ago....but as long as he is on the field, the chance is there.

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    Re: NFC East Division is in Eli's hands

    Yeah well he's not going to do it these next two weeks and then a playoff run. Either way this defense has written our death certificate this year. I say it's over...or at least it ought to be.

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    • #3
      Re: NFC East Division is in Eli's hands

      [quote user="JMFP2"]With the exception of JPP, the rest of this defense is clueless.

      I don't have any hope that Gilbride and Fewell can outcoach their next two opponents.

      I expect these next two games to go the same route as the majority of the season..... Eli is going to have to come from behind and win, and it won't be until the clock forces Gilbride to abandon his refried game plan.

      Fortunately, Eli has done it for most of the season, and can do it against the Jets and Dallas defenses. I'm not saying he will.....this team ran out of mulligans a few games ago....but as long as he is on the field, the chance is there.[/quote]

      If they had a roof on the stadium then I might agree but nothing left this winter but cold & windy playing conditions.

      They should have never built an open air stadium unless they could garantee a shut down defense would be on the field by mid Dec.

      Sorry to rain on parade but don't expect much more than 200 yds passing in next 2 games if that much. Too cold too windy too much bad weather & no retractrable roof.

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      • #4
        Re: NFC East Division is in Eli's hands

        [quote user="Firenugget"]Yeah well he's not going to do it these next two weeks and then a playoff run. Either way this defense has written our death certificate this year. I say it's over...or at least it ought to be.
        [/quote]

        You could be right. The defense is pathetic.

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        • #5
          Re: NFC East Division is in Eli's hands

          If Eli has 2 games x 350 yards passing and 8 total TD's and maybe 1 INT ...then we can win the East.

          We need to win 2 games .......39-38 or 45-42 or something stupid like that

          ALL OF WHICH IS POSSIBLE WITH ELI THIS YEAR

          However .......our D is simply pathetic
          Non Omnis Moriar

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          • #6
            Re: NFC East Division is in Eli's hands

            [quote user="UK-Giantsfan"]If Eli has 2 games x 350 yards passing and 8 total TD's and maybe 1 INT ...then we can win the East.

            We need to win 2 games .......39-38 or 45-42 or something stupid like that

            ALL OF WHICH IS POSSIBLE WITH ELI THIS YEAR

            However .......our D is simply pathetic[/quote]
            I would prefer that he throw for around 200,
            BJ and AB both go over 100, and we hold a time of possession margin of 40 mins. to 20 mins.

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            • #7
              Re: NFC East Division is in Eli's hands

              [quote user="UK-Giantsfan"]If Eli has 2 games x 350 yards passing and 8 total TD's and maybe 1 INT ...then we can win the East. We need to win 2 games .......39-38 or 45-42 or something stupid like that ALL OF WHICH IS POSSIBLE WITH ELI THIS YEAR However .......our D is simply pathetic[/quote]Bingo!
              No one remembers who came in second.

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              • #8
                Re: NFC East Division is in Eli's hands

                Jets have a decent defense, so I wouldn't look for Eli to put up madden-like numbers. Given that the Giants defense couldn't stop Rutgers, this could be a blowout loss for NYG.

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                • #9
                  Re: NFC East Division is in Eli's hands



                  Eli had his first "flat" game in a long time last week, and I fully expect him to bounce back this week.




                  I'm holding out hope that this will be the game where the D will actually step up for once, b/c if the




                  Jets go down by 2 scores, the wheels will come off that bus quickly.




                  My major concern is that this is going to be a very "chippy" game, with a lot of trash talk, nasty hits,




                  etc, which is usually the recipe for 15 yard personal fouls, and #27 always seems to be in that mix.




                  I'm still saying BIG BLUE grounds the Jets.




                  NYG 45 - NYJ 17

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                  • #10
                    Re: NFC East Division is in Eli's hands



                    [quote user="jakegibbs"][quote user="JMFP2"]With the exception of JPP, the rest of this defense is clueless. I don't have any hope that Gilbride and Fewell can outcoach their next two opponents. I expect these next two games to go the same route as the majority of the season..... Eli is going to have to come from behind and win, and it won't be until the clock forces Gilbride to abandon his refried game plan. Fortunately, Eli has done it for most of the season, and can do it against the Jets and Dallas defenses. I'm not saying he will.....this team ran out of mulligans a few games ago....but as long as he is on the field, the chance is there.[/quote] If they had a roof on the stadium then I might agree but nothing left this winter but cold & windy playing conditions. They should have never built an open air stadium unless they could garantee a shut down defense would be on the field by mid Dec. Sorry to rain on parade but don't expect much more than 200 yds passing in next 2 games if that much. Too cold too windy too much bad weather & no retractrable roof.[/quote]







                    The winds arent the same as the old stadium... so if itsgusty outyeah it'll be a factor, but you dont get that old "special" swirl that old Giants Stadium had from just the slightest of breezes.

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                    • #11
                      Re: NFC East Division is in Eli's hands

                      jomo , love the sig ...''No one remembers who came in second'' ........just to say that i do in fact remember who came second on Feb 3rd 2008 in Glendale Az

                      regards
                      UK
                      Non Omnis Moriar

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                      • #12
                        Re: NFC East Division is in Eli's hands

                        [quote user="JMFP2"]With the exception of JPP, the rest of this defense is clueless.

                        I don't have any hope that Gilbride and Fewell can outcoach their next two opponents.

                        I expect these next two games to go the same route as the majority of the season..... Eli is going to have to come from behind and win, and it won't be until the clock forces Gilbride to abandon his refried game plan.

                        Fortunately, Eli has done it for most of the season, and can do it against the Jets and Dallas defenses. I'm not saying he will.....this team ran out of mulligans a few games ago....but as long as he is on the field, the chance is there.[/quote]

                        We should just get rid of Gilbride and let Eli call the game. He is having a banner year and the *ssholes on the networks are not giving him the time of day. I think that it is amazing what he has done this year in spite of the O line and the inexperience of some of his receivers and all of the injuries. I was amazed in the Dallas game of how many hikes he had to pick off of the ground, then raise his head and survey the field. That is tough to do in the NFL.

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                        • #13
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                          I'd rather see them run the ball. We weren't that atrocious running the ball last week and the Jets aren't that much better off in terms of run defense: 127.6 yds/g : 112.9 yds/g. As it is, I think the weather is starting to dictate some of the throws.

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                          • #14
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                            [quote user="jomo"][quote user="UK-Giantsfan"]If Eli has 2 games x 350 yards passing and 8 total TD's and maybe 1 INT ...then we can win the East. We need to win 2 games .......39-38 or 45-42 or something stupid like that ALL OF WHICH IS POSSIBLE WITH ELI THIS YEAR However .......our D is simply pathetic[/quote]Bingo![/quote]




                            Exactly.







                            I started a thread after the Cowboys game that this whole thing is entirely upon Eli's shoulders now. If he plays a great game, we could win any game. The downside is that if he has an off day, we have virtually no chance to win . . . .

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                            • #15
                              Re: NFC East Division is in Eli's hands



                              [quote user="JMFP2"]With the exception of JPP, the rest of this defense is clueless. I don't have any hope that Gilbride and Fewell can outcoach their next two opponents. I expect these next two games to go the same route as the majority of the season..... Eli is going to have to come from behind and win, and it won't be until the clock forces Gilbride to abandon his refried game plan. Fortunately, Eli has done it for most of the season, and can do it against the Jets and Dallas defenses. I'm not saying he will.....this team ran out of mulligans a few games ago....but as long as he is on the field, the chance is there.[/quote]




                              I worry Eli is starting "push" too much. He showed it in the last game. He is up to 15 picks. That will increase this weekend. He will throw at least one and it will be criticle. After the Cowboys game he will end the season with 20......I hate to say it but he will.




                              The Giants can get into the playoffs but they wont. I think they lose in another embarrasing fashion this weekend.




                              I hope to god I am wrong with everything I have said here.

                              "Measure Twice......Cut Once"
                              You couldn't be more full of **** if you were break dancing in a Port-a-Potty.......Kruunch

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