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  • GIANTS 86&90 or GIANTS 07&12

    What teams do you think are better?

    QB Eli over Phil
    LB 86/90 over 07/12
    offence 07/12 over 86/90

  • #2
    how dare you even try to compare those lb cores... two letters that make all the difference my man... LT

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    • #3
      QB: Eli
      OL: 1990
      FB: 86 & 90
      RB: toss up
      TE: 86 & 90
      WR: 2011

      DL: 2007 but tough to compare 4/3 vs. 3/4
      LB: 86 & 90. No discussion here
      DB: 1990
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      • #4
        How is this even a question? The '86 & '90 teams were dominant. The '07 & '12 weren't even close, they were good and got hot just in time.

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        • #5
          ^^^^^ truth.... 14-2 going on to win the superbowl is far more dominant than sneaking into the playoffs as wildcard

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          • #6
            Different eras.

            The days of teams dominating September to February, as we did 86, the Bears the year before, are long gone.

            Nowadays, teams have to manage their season with a view to getting hot December/January.

            Having said that, for me, overall 86 was the best ever.

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            • #7
              It's 07 and 11, not 12 lol.

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              • #8
                wish we had a hybrid Defense of '86 Linebackers and '07 D-Line and 2ndary with Eli, Bavaro, OJ Anderson, Bradshaw and Jacobs backfield with Cruz, Nicks, and Toomer at the Wideouts.

                Howard Cross could go out their for Max-Pro or give Mark a break.

                Oline could be Oates, Snee, Diehl in his prime, with Boothe and K-Mac in his Prime


                NFL Championships : 1927 1934 1938 1956 Super Bowl Champions: XXI XXV XLII XLVI

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                • #9
                  86 and 90 all the way. those weren't players who lost their hunger. real ballers

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                  • #10
                    86&90 -- and it's not even close. Talent AND hunger -- those teams never would have been waiting to pull a "switch" to get going. They hated losing.

                    Phil over Eli, and that's not a knock against Eli. Phil didn't have half of the O weapons that Eli has.

                    86 = dominant team that finished business.
                    90 = strong veteran team that beat a QB legend who was going for the 3-peat, and then beat a high-powered O in the SB --- all with their back-up QB.

                    '07&'11 = great STORIES
                    '86&'90 = great TEAMS.
                    Last edited by JJC7301; 01-21-2013, 01:54 AM.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by giantyankee1976 View Post
                      wish we had a hybrid Defense of '86 Linebackers and '07 D-Line and 2ndary with Eli, Bavaro, OJ Anderson, Bradshaw and Jacobs backfield with Cruz, Nicks, and Toomer at the Wideouts.

                      Howard Cross could go out their for Max-Pro or give Mark a break.

                      Oline could be Oates, Snee, Diehl in his prime, with Boothe and K-Mac in his Prime
                      1990 secondary is was far better than 2007.

                      And I'm pretty sure you would rather have Jumbo Elliott over Diehl, and William Roberts over Boothe if you ever saw them play.. Lol
                      #80

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by nhpgiantsfan View Post
                        1990 secondary is was far better than 2007.

                        And I'm pretty sure you would rather have Jumbo Elliott over Diehl, and William Roberts over Boothe if you ever saw them play.. Lol
                        For sure. How about Ard the Guard? (had to get that one in)

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