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  • JPP & Osi's father will attend their sons 1st game ever in their lives - Super Bowl XLVI - JPP & OSI are going to go HAM

    http://boards.giants.com/forums/1/24...howThread.aspx



    I made a topic for JPP but later learned Osi's father while not blind has never seen osi play in his life. Osi is very excited about it.









    This is Umenyiora’s first postseason experience since the team’s
    championship drive four years ago – he missed the entire ’08 campaign
    with a torn ACL, and New York didn’t make the playoffs in either of the
    two following seasons – and he plans to cherish the Super Bowl
    experience. His father, John is among the family members flying in from
    Umenyiora’s native Nigeria to attend the game in person.




    “My dad’s never actually seen me play,” Umenyiora says. “It’s gonna
    be pretty cool. He’ll know if we win, but that’s pretty much it. He
    knows soccer – he was a goalkeeper – but he doesn’t know football.”




    If Umenyiora and his fellow linemen are as disruptive as they were
    four years ago, even his father will probably be able to figure out
    what’s happening. With a skilled group that included Umenyiora, Tuck and
    future Hall of Fame defensive end Michael Strahan, the Giants
    continually put hits on Brady and pulled off a shocking, 17-14 upset.




    “The very first play, Barry [Cofield] and I hit him,” Umenyiora
    recalls. “That’s when I knew it was gonna be a long day for him. Walking
    back to the huddle, I said, ‘Barry, these guys are in trouble.’ ”



    "Once a Giant, ALWAYS, a Giant."

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    Re: JPP & Osi's father will attend their sons 1st game ever in their lives - Super Bowl XLVI - JPP & OSI are going to go HAM

    [quote user="NYG4lifeNYK"]

    http://boards.giants.com/forums/1/24...howThread.aspx



    I made a topic for JPP but later learned Osi's father while not blind has never seen osi play in his life. Osi is very excited about it.









    This is Umenyiora’s first postseason experience since the team’s
    championship drive four years ago – he missed the entire ’08 campaign
    with a torn ACL, and New York didn’t make the playoffs in either of the
    two following seasons – and he plans to cherish the Super Bowl
    experience. His father, John is among the family members flying in from
    Umenyiora’s native Nigeria to attend the game in person.




    “My dad’s never actually seen me play,” Umenyiora says. “It’s gonna
    be pretty cool. He’ll know if we win, but that’s pretty much it. He
    knows soccer – he was a goalkeeper – but he doesn’t know football.”




    If Umenyiora and his fellow linemen are as disruptive as they were
    four years ago, even his father will probably be able to figure out
    what’s happening. With a skilled group that included Umenyiora, Tuck and
    future Hall of Fame defensive end Michael Strahan, the Giants
    continually put hits on Brady and pulled off a shocking, 17-14 upset.




    “The very first play, Barry [Cofield] and I hit him,” Umenyiora
    recalls. “That’s when I knew it was gonna be a long day for him. Walking
    back to the huddle, I said, ‘Barry, these guys are in trouble.’ ”



    [/quote]
    Like hw he told cofield "These guys are in trouble"
    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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      Re: JPP & Osi's father will attend their sons 1st game ever in their lives - Super Bowl XLVI - JPP & OSI are going to go HAM

      Uh Oh! It's On Now!!

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      • #4
        Re: JPP & Osi's father will attend their sons 1st game ever in their lives - Super Bowl XLVI - JPP & OSI are going to go HAM

        [quote user="miked1958"][quote user="NYG4lifeNYK"]

        http://boards.giants.com/forums/1/24...howThread.aspx



        I made a topic for JPP but later learned Osi's father while not blind has never seen osi play in his life. Osi is very excited about it.









        This is Umenyiora’s first postseason experience since the team’s
        championship drive four years ago – he missed the entire ’08 campaign
        with a torn ACL, and New York didn’t make the playoffs in either of the
        two following seasons – and he plans to cherish the Super Bowl
        experience. His father, John is among the family members flying in from
        Umenyiora’s native Nigeria to attend the game in person.




        “My dad’s never actually seen me play,” Umenyiora says. “It’s gonna
        be pretty cool. He’ll know if we win, but that’s pretty much it. He
        knows soccer – he was a goalkeeper – but he doesn’t know football.”




        If Umenyiora and his fellow linemen are as disruptive as they were
        four years ago, even his father will probably be able to figure out
        what’s happening. With a skilled group that included Umenyiora, Tuck and
        future Hall of Fame defensive end Michael Strahan, the Giants
        continually put hits on Brady and pulled off a shocking, 17-14 upset.




        “The very first play, Barry [Cofield] and I hit him,” Umenyiora
        recalls. “That’s when I knew it was gonna be a long day for him. Walking
        back to the huddle, I said, ‘Barry, these guys are in trouble.’ ”



        [/quote]
        Like hw he told cofield "These guys are in trouble"[/quote]

        Thought everyone would like that... I loved it which is why I quoted it []
        "Once a Giant, ALWAYS, a Giant."

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