That would make it a three-peat!
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That would make it a three-peat!
I haven't seen much of the Bengals this year, or last, but Dalton to Green is money. It's not like we're seeing Cassel/Quinn to Bowe or Gabbert to whomever.
The only explanation I can think of for these second half collapses is the need the Giants have to be pushed to the brink and play the "nobody believes in us" card. Until they get it together,...
I can't stand seeing Bradshaw run the draw for 2 yards on second down, setting up third and l long. Poor execution, bad playcalling, whatever, it's not working. On the other hand, the defense can't...
I can't stand seeing Bradshaw running the draw for 2 yards on second down, setting up third and l long. Poor execution, bad playcalling, whatever, it's not working.
As the outcome of this game should not affect the Giants, you can't beat the Giants winning and the Eagles losing in the same week!
The good thing is the Giants don't have to win four more games to go to the playoffs. The NFC East is awful this year. Anyway, I see a split in the division (loss @ redskins, win vs. eagles), and...
I don't see the Giants not winning the division.
Man, even I, here in the south hemisphere, know that they have the best travelling fanbase.
As was noted by another poster, the blueprint to stopping the offense is out. Gilbride has to adjust, but can he do that?
Congratulations, the Steelers deserved the win, outplayed the Giants in all aspects of the game. If refs didn't call that phantom PI that led to the tying touchdown, it might not have been close.
In the heat of the moment, as it was unfolding, the Giants playing awful football, I was pissed. But that's my feeling, maybe this loss will sting and wake up the coaches and players, light the fire...
If I don't like to lose, especially if the Giants played like crap again, I am a bandwagon fan? Come on man, we are all on the same side here.
I noticed last week vs the Cowboys and again today that there is something different in Eli's body language. He seems frustrated or something, I don't know, but he hasn't been his indifferent self.
You are right, but come on, it's the second straight game in which Eli has passed for under 200 yards and no touchdowns. He has to take his share of the blame.
Yes, the Steelers are a good football team, which is why I am worried. The Giants have some of those in their schedule (Falcons, Packers, Saints offense, division games and Ravens at Baltimore). This...
Agreed, but this loss was way overdue.
Have to recognize that the Steelers have a great defense. With Baltimore playing bad again today, I think they are top contenders in the AFC.
Let's not forget that the season is already on the second half. This kind of performance should be expected, I guess.
I hope this loss serves as a wake up call. Could have lost to the Washington, should have lost to Dallas, deserved to lose today. The offense is pathetic and even I can run on this defense.
Roethlisberger outplayed Eli, just as Romo did, even with 4 picks. Game over.
What is up with Eli? Third consecutive bad game, playing like this might go back-to-back with no touchdowns.
Why kick the FG? Everybody knows Tynes doesn't have the leg to kick from 50+ yards.
In my hometown we have the Porto Alegre Pumpkins; have yet to see them play.