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    [quote user="JerseyGiant21"][quote user="frutepye"]


    Hey everyone! Haven't been around lately. Way too busy!</P>


    Anyhoo, I forgot to do the bragging rights pool last week. Do you think I should do it again this year? Not sure since I missed the first games.</P>[/quote]

    Hey frute!

    taylormadeinpa did a bragging rights pool thingie.......so if you are too busy...I think he will do it...

    Hope all is good!
    [/quote]Oh good. With school and work my life has just gotten insane.

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    My tigs gained a 1/2 game in the wildcard! Yay!!!!</P>


    Hehe.</P>

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    [quote user="frutepye"]

    My tigs gained a 1/2 game in the wildcard! Yay!!!!</p>


    Hehe.</p>[/quote]

    ..... OY !!!!! [:P]. well we still got the 3 and half game lead on Sheff, Polanco and crew, but our blunder last nite set us to 5 and half behind the blowsox....

    Frute:
    i wanted to ask you, are you a native of Mich? or are you only going to school there. and second, what made you a fan of the Jints?
    and do people give a hard time over it?

    I am curious, because whenever i see you write about the Michigan teams i can't get this picture of Dana Jacobson outta my head. LOL




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    OJ in the news again. Picked up and questioned last night in association of a bank roberry in Vegas</P>


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    <P _extended="true">The Heisman Trophy winner, ex-NFL star and actor had been scheduled to give a deposition Friday in Miami in a bankruptcy case involving his eldest daughter. But it was rescheduled because Simpson had told attorneys that he would be out of town.</P>

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    Are you sure it was him? Maybe he thought he was in the film oceans 11.

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    I can't believe this is a game? LMAO....

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    [quote user="giantyankee1976"][quote user="frutepye"]


    My tigs gained a 1/2 game in the wildcard! Yay!!!!</P>


    Hehe.</P>


    [/quote]

    ..... OY !!!!! [:P]. well we still got the 3 and half game lead on Sheff, Polanco and crew, but our blunder last nite set us to 5 and half behind the blowsox....

    Frute:
    i wanted to ask you, are you a native of Mich? or are you only going to school there. and second, what made you a fan of the Jints?
    and do people give a hard time over it?

    I am curious, because whenever i see you write about the Michigan teams i can't get this picture of Dana Jacobson outta my head. LOL


    [/quote]Yes I'm a native of Mich. Born and raised. I go to MSU too. But you see we have the lions here. And I am a diehard fan, but cheering for them year after year makes you go insane. So just about every Michigander has a second football team to cheer for. My parents have been packers fans for ages and colts fans for about 12 years now. I like both those teams, but decided in 04 to see if any other teams caught my eye. I figured unless something really grabbed me I'd decide at the end of the year. Well, after the lions game one week the switched to the giants vs broncos for about the last minute.......anyway that got my attention.</P>


    However, and you may find this funny, my first memory of football at about 3 isn't cheering FOR anyone.</P>


    We were cheering against the cowboys.[]</P>

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    No respect from foxsports.... but it is kinda funny...</P>


    Packers at Giants: As of this writing, there were conflicting reports about Eli Manning's health status. We had no choice but to plug in the Rundown Preview-o-Matic to produce a generic team report. Here goes:


    Manning's shoulder is (bruised/severely bruised/separated/floating in the East River), so he is (probable/questionable/doubtful/highly doubtful) for this game. The Giants are counting on (Manning/Jared Lorenzen/Anthony Wright/Tim Hasselbeck) under center, but the team is concerned that (he'll revert to his inconsistent ways after a fine effort in the opener/he'll stuff himself with Krispy Kremes and get stuck in the tunnel before kickoff/he'll play like Anthony Wright/his wife will out-nutty Tom Coughlin).


    The Packers are easier to dissect. Their defense is good, young and fast. They'll force the Giants quarterback to make a few errors. On offense, Green Bay's receiving corps has potential, its offensive line is still developing and the running game is non-existent. Brett Favre produced some d***ling "here ya go" highlights against the Eagles last week, but he had a pretty poor game overall. Favre and company are just good enough to move the ball against a disorganized, dispirited defense. Luckily, they're facing one. Take the Packers and two points, no matter who starts at quarterback for the Giants. </P>

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    [quote user="frutepye"][quote user="giantyankee1976"][quote user="frutepye"]


    My tigs gained a 1/2 game in the wildcard! Yay!!!!</P>


    Hehe.</P>


    [/quote]

    ..... OY !!!!! [:P]. well we still got the 3 and half game lead on Sheff, Polanco and crew, but our blunder last nite set us to 5 and half behind the blowsox....

    Frute:
    i wanted to ask you, are you a native of Mich? or are you only going to school there. and second, what made you a fan of the Jints?
    and do people give a hard time over it?

    I am curious, because whenever i see you write about the Michigan teams i can't get this picture of Dana Jacobson outta my head. LOL


    [/quote]Yes I'm a native of Mich. Born and raised. I go to MSU too. But you see we have the lions here. And I am a diehard fan, but cheering for them year after year makes you go insane. So just about every Michigander has a second football team to cheer for. My parents have been packers fans for ages and colts fans for about 12 years now. I like both those teams, but decided in 04 to see if any other teams caught my eye. I figured unless something really grabbed me I'd decide at the end of the year. Well, after the lions game one week the switched to the giants vs broncos for about the last minute.......anyway that got my attention.</P>


    However, and you may find this funny, my first memory of football at about 3 isn't cheering FOR anyone.</P>


    We were cheering against the cowboys.[]</P>


    [/quote]</P>


    proves you were born smart!!!!</P>


    Marinelli might be just what the Lions needed despite Millen.</P>


    Colts are classy. you figure you got to have a NFC seed and a AFC seed. For me that's the Jints and Steelers...</P>


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    No respect from foxsports.... but it is kinda funny...</P>


    Packers at Giants: As of this writing, there were conflicting reports about Eli Manning's health status. We had no choice but to plug in the Rundown Preview-o-Matic to produce a generic team report. Here goes:


    Manning's shoulder is (bruised/severely bruised/separated/floating in the East River), so he is (probable/questionable/doubtful/highly doubtful) for this game. The Giants are counting on (Manning/Jared Lorenzen/Anthony Wright/Tim Hasselbeck) under center, but the team is concerned that (he'll revert to his inconsistent ways after a fine effort in the opener/he'll stuff himself with Krispy Kremes and get stuck in the tunnel before kickoff/he'll play like Anthony Wright/his wife will out-nutty Tom Coughlin).


    The Packers are easier to dissect. Their defense is good, young and fast. They'll force the Giants quarterback to make a few errors. On offense, Green Bay's receiving corps has potential, its offensive line is still developing and the running game is non-existent. Brett Favre produced some d***ling "here ya go" highlights against the Eagles last week, but he had a pretty poor game overall. Favre and company are just good enough to move the ball against a disorganized, dispirited defense. Luckily, they're facing one. Take the Packers and two points, no matter who starts at quarterback for the Giants. </P>


    [/quote]</P>


    well, what else is new? tis the way i guess. Jints Football ain't for the weak hearted</P>


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    or the bandwagoner[:|] at this stage ONLY a TRUE fan would stand by our team after so many years of ineptitude and one-n-dones.</P>


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