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  • Very eerie similarities between Week 16 of 2009 and Week 16 of this season.



    Week 16 of 2009:
    The Cowboys (9-5) had a one-game lead over the New York Giants (8-6.)

    Week 16, today: The Cowboys (8-6) have a one-game lead over the New York Giants (7-7.)








    Week 16 of 2009:
    The Giants needed a Giants win or a Cowboys loss to remain alive.

    Week 16, today: The Giants need a Giants win or a Cowboys loss to remain alive.









    Week 16 of 2009:
    The Cowboys had just won a Saturday night game televised on NFL Network. (Cowboys 24, Saints 17.)

    Week 16, today: The Cowboys have just won a Saturday night game televised on NFL Network. (Cowboys 31, Bucs 15.)








    Week 16 of 2009:
    The Giants had just played a game against the Washington Redskins the prior weekend. (Giants 45, Redskins 12.)

    Week 16, today: The Giants have just played a game against the Washington Redskins the prior weekend. (Redskins 23, Giants 10.)









    Week 16 of 2009:
    The Cowboys had just snapped a two-game losing skid.

    Week 16, today: The Cowboys have just snapped a two-game losing skid.










    Week 16 of 2009:
    The Giants held the head-to-head tiebreaker over Dallas, having defeated the Cowboys earlier twice in the season.

    Week 16, today: The Giants hold, for now, the head-to-head tiebreaker over Dallas, having defeated the Cowboys once earlier in the season.











    Week 16 of 2009:
    The Cowboys had just defeated an NFC South opponent on the road
    (Saints) and needed to defeat an NFC East rival (Redskins) to clinch a
    playoff berth.

    Week 16, today: The
    Cowboys have just defeated an NFC South opponent on the road
    (Buccaneers) and need to defeat an NFC East rival (Eagles) to perhaps
    clinch a playoff berth.









    Week 16 of 2009:
    The Giants started the season hot, 5-0, but suffered a late-season
    collapse to fall to 8-6.

    Week 16, today:
    The Giants started the season hot, 6-2, but suffered a late-season
    collapse to fall to 7-7.








    Week 16 of 2009: The Giants faced a must-win game against an opponent at the Meadowlands (Panthers).

    Week 16, today: The Giants face a must-win game against an opponent at the Meadowlands (Jets).










    Week 16 of 2009: An undefeated 13-0 NFL team just got its winning streak snapped that prior weekend (Saints lost to the Cowboys.)

    Week 16, today: An undefeated 13-0 NFL team has just had its winning streak snapped that prior weekend (Packers lost to the Chiefs.)









    Week 16 of 2009:

    The Cowboys were getting ready to host the Philadelphia Eagles (not
    immediately, but soon after) at home in a game with an NFC East crown on
    the line.

    Week 16, today: The Cowboys are hosting the Philadelphia Eagles at home in a game with an NFC East crown on the line.


  • #2
    Re: Very eerie similarities between Week 16 of 2009 and Week 16 of this season.

    interesting........

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    • #3
      Re: Very eerie similarities between Week 16 of 2009 and Week 16 of this season.

      [quote user="Giant stuck in Texas"]interesting........[/quote]


      Yes, kind of boggling.

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      • #4
        Re: Very eerie similarities between Week 16 of 2009 and Week 16 of this season.

        Great post, very intriguing indeed.


        Rudy was my side chick.

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        • #5
          Re: Very eerie similarities between Week 16 of 2009 and Week 16 of this season.



          [quote user="Cowboys Fan From Asia"]

          Week 16 of 2009:
          The Cowboys (9-5) had a one-game lead over the New York Giants (8-6.)

          Week 16, today: The Cowboys (8-6) have a one-game lead over the New York Giants (7-7.)








          Week 16 of 2009:
          The Giants needed a Giants win or a Cowboys loss to remain alive.

          Week 16, today: The Giants need a Giants win or a Cowboys loss to remain alive.









          Week 16 of 2009:
          The Cowboys had just won a Saturday night game televised on NFL Network. (Cowboys 24, Saints 17.)

          Week 16, today: The Cowboys have just won a Saturday night game televised on NFL Network. (Cowboys 31, Bucs 15.)








          Week 16 of 2009:
          The Giants had just played a game against the Washington Redskins the prior weekend. (Giants 45, Redskins 12.)

          Week 16, today: The Giants have just played a game against the Washington Redskins the prior weekend. (Redskins 23, Giants 10.)









          Week 16 of 2009:
          The Cowboys had just snapped a two-game losing skid.

          Week 16, today: The Cowboys have just snapped a two-game losing skid.










          Week 16 of 2009:
          The Giants held the head-to-head tiebreaker over Dallas, having defeated the Cowboys earlier twice in the season.

          Week 16, today: The Giants hold, for now, the head-to-head tiebreaker over Dallas, having defeated the Cowboys once earlier in the season.











          Week 16 of 2009: The Cowboys had just defeated an NFC South opponent on the road (Saints) and needed to defeat an NFC East rival (Redskins) to clinch a playoff berth.

          Week 16, today: The Cowboys have just defeated an NFC South opponent on the road (Buccaneers) and need to defeat an NFC East rival (Eagles) to perhaps clinch a playoff berth.








          Week 16 of 2009: The Giants started the season hot, 5-0, but suffered a late-season collapse to fall to 8-6.

          Week 16, today: The Giants started the season hot, 6-2, but suffered a late-season collapse to fall to 7-7.







          Week 16 of 2009: The Giants faced a must-win game against an opponent at the Meadowlands (Panthers).

          Week 16, today: The Giants face a must-win game against an opponent at the Meadowlands (Jets).










          Week 16 of 2009: An undefeated 13-0 NFL team just got its winning streak snapped that prior weekend (Saints lost to the Cowboys.)

          Week 16, today: An undefeated 13-0 NFL team has just had its winning streak snapped that prior weekend (Packers lost to the Chiefs.)









          Week 16 of 2009:
          The Cowboys were getting ready to host the Philadelphia Eagles (not immediately, but soon after) at home in a game with an NFC East crown on the line.

          Week 16, today: The Cowboys are hosting the Philadelphia Eagles at home in a game with an NFC East crown on the line.

          [/quote]




          I wouldn't say its on the line, but I know what you mean.

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          • #6
            Re: Very eerie similarities between Week 16 of 2009 and Week 16 of this season.

            It's going to take a miracle for this team to win its next two games, but not entirely impossible, I'm hoping for the best but expecting the worst

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            • #7
              Re: Very eerie similarities between Week 16 of 2009 and Week 16 of this season.



              [quote user="egyptian420"]It's going to take a miracle for this team to win its next two games, but not entirely impossible, I'm hoping for the best but expecting the worst
              [/quote]




              im with you bro...I think Rex will light the fire under the Jets butts. I really support my Giants man and I have homered myself out the past 3 years with this cinderella bullcrap, but I just dont see Coughlin being able to match the fire and intensity Rex will bring to his players. If they win i will enjoy a crow pie by myself. I hope they do, but I dont see it.

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              • #8
                Re: Very eerie similarities between Week 16 of 2009 and Week 16 of this season.

                [quote user="ELIistheFRANCHISE"]

                [quote user="egyptian420"]It's going to take a miracle for this team to win its next two games, but not entirely impossible, I'm hoping for the best but expecting the worst
                [/quote]




                im with you bro...I think Rex will light the fire under the Jets butts. I really support my Giants man and I have homered myself out the past 3 years with this cinderella bullcrap, but I just dont see Coughlin being able to match the fire and intensity Rex will bring to his players. If they win i will enjoy a crow pie by myself. I hope they do, but I dont see it.

                [/quote]
                That's exactly what I'm thinking but knowing the gmen, these type of games are the only times it seems they give a damn....Knowing how they let us down they'll win this game and lose to the cowboys

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                • #9
                  Re: Very eerie similarities between Week 16 of 2009 and Week 16 of this season.

                  [quote user="ELIistheFRANCHISE"]

                  [quote user="egyptian420"]It's going to take a miracle for this team to win its next two games, but not entirely impossible, I'm hoping for the best but expecting the worst
                  [/quote]




                  im with you bro...I think Rex will light the fire under the Jets butts.* I really support my Giants man and I have homered myself out the past 3 years with this cinderella bullcrap, but I just dont see Coughlin being able to match the fire and intensity Rex will bring to his players.* If they win i will enjoy a crow pie by myself.* I hope they do, but I dont see it.

                  [/quote]
                  Yep guess Rex is at least lighting a fire under Sanchez. Just saw that he was at training facility till after 2 am. He then got back there at 6 am to work out.
                  Sounds like he is committed to beating the giants
                  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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                  • #10
                    Re: Very eerie similarities between Week 16 of 2009 and Week 16 of this season.

                    [quote user="egyptian420"][quote user="ELIistheFRANCHISE"]

                    [quote user="egyptian420"]It's going to take a miracle for this team to win its next two games, but not entirely impossible, I'm hoping for the best but expecting the worst
                    [/quote]




                    im with you bro...I think Rex will light the fire under the Jets butts. I really support my Giants man and I have homered myself out the past 3 years with this cinderella bullcrap, but I just dont see Coughlin being able to match the fire and intensity Rex will bring to his players. If they win i will enjoy a crow pie by myself. I hope they do, but I dont see it.

                    [/quote]
                    That's exactly what I'm thinking but knowing the gmen, these type of games are the only times it seems they give a damn....Knowing how they let us down they'll win this game and lose to the cowboys
                    [/quote]

                    Lol. You're probably right on that one. Though if the Giants are gonna go 1-1 in the last 2 games I'd rather that scenario so that the Eagles don't have a shot at getting in. I ****ing hate the Eagles.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Very eerie similarities between Week 16 of 2009 and Week 16 of this season.

                      I just want our D to show up with JPP.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Very eerie similarities between Week 16 of 2009 and Week 16 of this season.

                        [quote user="Firenugget"]I just want our D to show up with JPP.
                        [/quote]

                        Umm...this just in: JPP IS OUR D.
                        Just when I don't think it can get any worse, I think of you Ray. I have been to the abyss....thank you for helping me stay positive.

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                        • #13
                          Re: Very eerie similarities between Week 16 of 2009 and Week 16 of this season.

                          I really hated how 2009 ended up. I almost wanted to stop watching football by week 16. Thanksgiving against Denver? Stopped at halftime.

                          Personally, I find it incredibly sad that these players are so ineffective for the most part

                          Coughlin will most likely be gone after this year, in the end he is responsible, along with the players.

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                          • #14
                            Re: Very eerie similarities between Week 16 of 2009 and Week 16 of this season.

                            any given Sunday baby !! Besides, wasn't it the Jets that coined "Snatching defeat from the jaws of victory"? They can blow games as well as anyone.

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                            • #15
                              Re: Very eerie similarities between Week 16 of 2009 and Week 16 of this season.

                              Not really that similar. Yeah we were a game behind the Cowboys but this year we play them in week 17. In 09 We didnt even control our own destiny. Why did you have to remind me of that Panthers game? lol

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