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  • #16
    Originally posted by L.T.56 View Post
    my favorite memory was watching burress catching the game winning pass in sb 42.
    Nothing will ever top that for me since I was there sitting in that end zone. Prior to that, my top memory was being at the NFC Championship with my father in 1986.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by JJC7301 View Post
      Yeah, I'll never forget that one. Another one from either that game or the one against the 49ers in the '86 playoffs was "When asked where he hurt, we heard Joe Montana reply, 'everywhere.'"
      It was a privilege seeing how that defense went after the QB and how they stopped the run. They played with a mean streak and with reckless abandon. Only God knows how much I miss those days of glory.
      " Success is never final, but failure can be " B.P.

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      • #18
        Jake Ballard making an athletic grab in traffic and then scoring the winning touchdown against the Patriots. It was a huge win that propelled us into the playoffs and another Super Bowl ring.
        Miss me yet? sigpic

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        • #19
          Originally posted by GentleGiant View Post
          "The game ends here, Hernandez is there, tipped and batted away, and the NY giants, given their last rights by many at the end of December, are the SB champions in February." God I love AL Michaels.
          This one for me too.

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          • #20
            Pierce splitting 2 (3?) linemen to tackle the RB for a loss on a screen in the SB.

            Romo's pass intercepted in the end-zone to win the game!

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            • #21
              Originally posted by G-Men Surg. View Post
              It was a privilege seeing how that defense went after the QB and how they stopped the run. They played with a mean streak and with reckless abandon. Only God knows how much I miss those days of glory.
              +1. For younger fans who never saw the Giants of the '80s play, they'd probably think that we were exaggerating when talking about those guys, but they lived up to the hype.

              I appreciate and respect the recent Giants teams that won SB's 42 & 46, but they don't have what the teams of the 80's had and that is an absolute hatred of losing -- their personality really did match that of Parcells. Execution was excellent and they played with a disciplined intensity -- always up for a game and no stupid penalties. The O was very efficient with Simms, Bavaro, Manuel, a great running game and o-line, and just that ferocious D that made it enjoyable to sit back and watch opposing O's knock their heads against and lose. Man, I really miss the 3-4 D.

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              • #22


                Great day to be a Giants fan.
                My body was sculpted to the proportions of Michelangelo's David.

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                • #23
                  Yikes!!!

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by gmen0820 View Post


                    Great day to be a Giants fan.
                    Ah Kiwanuka

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                    • #25
                      The Mario Manningham catch was amazing!!!!!!!!!!

                      the looks on Belicheats face was priceless!

                      Stand with Cruz!
                      80

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by JJC7301 View Post
                        +1. For younger fans who never saw the Giants of the '80s play, they'd probably think that we were exaggerating when talking about those guys, but they lived up to the hype.

                        I appreciate and respect the recent Giants teams that won SB's 42 & 46, but they don't have what the teams of the 80's had and that is an absolute hatred of losing -- their personality really did match that of Parcells. Execution was excellent and they played with a disciplined intensity -- always up for a game and no stupid penalties. The O was very efficient with Simms, Bavaro, Manuel, a great running game and o-line, and just that ferocious D that made it enjoyable to sit back and watch opposing O's knock their heads against and lose. Man, I really miss the 3-4 D.
                        That '86 defense was a wrecking ball machine, if memory serves me well 8 or 9 QBS went down againts those guys.
                        " Success is never final, but failure can be " B.P.

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