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    Hats of to the entire Giants organization. I don't know what's going to happen in the playoffs and we fell short (or slipped) the past two years), but this is without a doubt the best era of Giants football since the '80s.

    You have been consistent in your play, coaching, drafting, and overall FO moves. You guys are a credit to idea of class and consistency, and thank God I had the foresight to go against my father (no offense, Dad) and follow the Giants when I was a kid in the early '80s.

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    Re: Best era of Giants football since the '80s

    [quote user="JJC7301"]Hats of to the entire Giants organization. I don't know what's going to happen in the playoffs and we fell short (or slipped) the past two years), but this is without a doubt the best era of Giants football since the '80s.

    You have been consistent in your play, coaching, drafting, and overall FO moves. You guys are a credit to idea of class and consistency, and thank God I had the foresight to go against my father (no offense, Dad) and follow the Giants when I was a kid in the early '80s.[/quote]

    The Dave Brown-Kent Graham-Danny Kanell era was painful to watch, Rodney Hampton had no help. Best part was the grooming of a young quartet of defensive players - Keith "The Hammer" Hamilton, Strahan, Seahorn and Armstead.
    Originally posted by PennState1
    In and around the end zone and on crucial plays, the ball should go to one of our 3 receivers and no one else if at all possible.

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      Re: Best era of Giants football since the '80s

      Totally agree. It also shows you how hard it is to win without a franchise QB.

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