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    So its a pretty much given that the giants offense will do their job but my concern is the defense, I think the d-line will get to brady quite a bit but my concern is the pats running game and the hail marys, San Fran got 2 touchdowns on long balls that shouldnt have happend, so the giants secondary concern me more than the rest of our game, my x factor is grant... I believe he has to play tough for the giants to win, Dont get me wrong i know their is a ton of other factors but I think his play has to really be great for the giants to get the victory

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    Awww come on I know plenty of you have an x factor! Lets hear it

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    • #3
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      Ramses Barden.

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      • #4
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        Cruz and Nicks working as a team. When one catches the other one makes sure he run blocks.

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        • #5
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          The Pats offense is going to score some points.

          I heard on WEEI in Boston that the Pats offense plan to get off to a very fast start by going no huddle. The idea is to try to blow the doors off the Giant Defense from the start and try to tire them out so that the Giants D loses its effectiveness in the 4th Quarter.

          The Pats no huddle offense is the X factor.

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          • #6
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            And another X-FACTOR, actually the main factor.

            "Ball Security"

            3rd is ball hawking, this D is known to take the ball away, this is a Sunday game, get me the ball.

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              [quote user="Billyde508"]So its a pretty much given that the giants offense will do their job but my concern is the defense, I think the d-line will get to brady quite a bit but my concern is the pats running game and the hail marys, San Fran got 2 touchdowns on long balls that shouldnt have happend, so the giants secondary concern me more than the rest of our game, my x factor is grant... I believe he has to play tough for the giants to win, Dont get me wrong i know their is a ton of other factors but I think his play has to really be great for the giants to get the victory[/quote]



              The RUNNING GAME....

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                [quote user="FlyingTruck"]Ramses Barden.[/quote]
                This
                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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                  Well there are quiet a few X-Factors, on both sides of the ball.




                  On offense you have ......




                  Danny Woodhead, who is an X-Factor being that he can beat you both in the running and passing game from any where on the field as well as the return game.




                  Aaron Hernandez, because of his size and speed combination, along with his versatility. He is the only tightend in the league who can play both his position, wide receiver and running back.




                  On defense you have ......




                  Mark Anderson, being that he is a double digit sack machine who can line up standing or with three fingers in the dirt, still getting to the passer successfully.




                  Julian Edelman, because not only does he play runningback, slot receiver, return man, but also slot cornerback, nickle cornerback andsome safety. He will both blitz, and play run support as well as coverage down the field.




                  and last but not least Rob Ninkovich, because he pressures, covers and plays the run better than Mike Vrabel.

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                    [quote user="miked1958"][quote user="FlyingTruck"]Ramses Barden.[/quote]
                    This[/quote]

                    You're both right. Barden will be vital in sweatpants and hoodie dishing out gatorade. He's gotta keep all the ones actually playing hydrated.

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                    • #11
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                      [quote user="Billyde508"]So its a pretty much given that the giants offense will do their job but my concern is the defense, I think the d-line will get to brady quite a bit but my concern is the pats running game and the hail marys, San Fran got 2 touchdowns on long balls that shouldnt have happend, so the giants secondary concern me more than the rest of our game, my x factor is grant... I believe he has to play tough for the giants to win, Dont get me wrong i know their is a ton of other factors but I think his play has to really be great for the giants to get the victory[/quote]

                      Given our front four play as we know they can i'd say KIWI in regards to the way we move him around and how well he seals the edge. I also think Williams play will be vital.

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                      • #12
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                        Remember the name.....Jernigan.

                        I dunno why, I just have a feeling.

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                        • #13
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                          Special teams have to play huge.

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                          • #14
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                            X Factor




                            Eli vsBrady: Eli has proven he is not as good but better in the crunch than Brady, Brady had his run and it's over.




                            D - Line: Giants have one, Pats don't, good luck Brady, Eli has another big day.




                            Recievers: Giants win this hands down across the board, including TE with Ballard, he can do it all, make a play and block.




                            Running Backs: Giants by far have the better backs and with the help of the D line the Pats put on the field it should be a nice night for both Bradshaw and Jacobs.




                            Coaching: Both came from the same background so will call it even.




                            So with the GMEN having the better talent it should be sweet sailing tonight.




                            Go Giants

                            Forget the Past, Live for the Future!

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                            • #15
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                              Ballard.

                              Also, they not only need to get to the QB, but the also need to make it clean. They love to throw flags when you know who gets hit.

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