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    A Conventional WIN this weekend would be a much deserved break...

    ...meaning a game we crush the opponent from start to finish...that's all I want.

    I just want to watch our guys tear'em up on both sides of the ball as well as special teams. Assert itself as a team with Dominating potential. I don't want to be on the edge of my seat this week, nor tearing my hair out for brainless mistakes on any side of the ball...searching for a superstitious way to get our team going consistantly. I don't mind so much, like in the game against Greenbay or the Pats, but not a 4-9 team.

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    Re: A Conventional WIN this weekend would be a much deserved break...

    Tell me about it... the last game where i wasnt on the edge of my seat was probably New Orleans and it was for all the wrong reasons. Its been a while.
    ...the tortillas are dry...

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    Re: A Conventional WIN this weekend would be a much deserved break...

    Santa doesn't arrive until early on the 25th. Sorry

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    Re: A Conventional WIN this weekend would be a much deserved break...

    I'm thinking something like 27-7.

    Easiest win of the year.
    My 5 year old son right before the kickoff of the Super Bowl 46: Dad, are the Giants gonna win?

    Burier: Yes.

    My 5 year old son right before the kickoff of Super Bowl 46: Do you promise?

    Burier: Yes. I promise.

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    Re: A Conventional WIN this weekend would be a much deserved break...

    wouldnt an easy win be nice, we have not had one easy win all year long ... my doctor is suggesting i dont watch the games!!!

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    Re: A Conventional WIN this weekend would be a much deserved break...



    There would be nothing "conventional" about a Giants blowout.......would love it but not sure I can ever fully relax and enjoy a game in that stadium ever again.....last time I sat back and tried to savor a blowout victory was against Philly last year.......turned out it wasn't a victory at all.




    56-0 going into the 4th maybe just maybe I'd ease up.......


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