eli poops on big ben
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eli poops on big ben
Sharing a stadium is definitely getting old
7 losses in a row.
this. people act like samuel blew an easy play. had he made the catch and was able to keep his feet in bounds it would have been a miraculous play... yet people act like he botched a routine catch or...
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz i'll still watch though :)
it is in fact a contract kiwi. as part of the contract details guaranteed money.
most of eli's impressive stats in '11 were due to the team getting down late and we went to no huddle where everything is simplified and gilbride and his system is minimized. most of those games eli...
depends who's there at 9.
very true. yea they lost 2 straight to end the season. one with their starters playing (against the vikings i think, a team we destroyed that year and i think they had joe webb or some scrub starting...
i wonder how many years it will take for me to consider re-watching the "meltdown in the meadowlands" against the eagles... i'll probably still end up turning it off after we go up by 21 in the 4th...
the fact that the choice is "simms-hostetler" says it all.
just a citation. basically a parking ticket.
he could be the backup C/G
sitting with the worst record in the league as of right now. they're tanking just fine :)
i like to look at his entire year and be positive about that more than anything, despite the fact we lost a lot of games that he played well.
i agree "the catch" has gotten a bit overplayed.
if it's not illegal it would be highly frowned upon by the players association. they want players to get their maximum value.
eli's crazy high INT total in 2010 was largely due to manningham from what i remember.
someone mentioned somewhere that lynch was 1 for 5 on the season from the 1 yard line. just FYI
i'm younger so for me it has to be the meltdown against the eagles... but we won the SB the next year so it's all good. but that game had me in a bad mood all week and it's something i think about...
i believe so. i think if he threw it a split second earlier and threw it more to the back shoulder, there is no way it would have been picked. however it's possible the WR would get hit and drop it,...
if wilson throws the ball earlier it doesn't get picked.
what was the reasoning behind handing it off rather than taking a knee? what kind of explanation was given?
i think they expected the pats to call timeout. when that didn't happen they were forced to make a quick decision and it ended up being a very costly one.
the problem is the fear that coughlin would find a way to play him more than our promising young players.
was it raining and cold? o yea it was in AZ right? nevermind