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    "All In" officially returns starting NOW

    It's all or nothing starting now. Last year everyone gave us the death sentence after the Week 15 loss to Washington, but we came back strong in the final two games to make the playoffs and ultimately hoist the Lombardi Trophy. We had a bad game today, but we know this team is better than that. They destroyed Green Bay three weeks ago, lost a close one to Washington, and dropped 52 on New Orleans just last week. There's no excuses for a loss like the one today, but we had some key players missing and some stupid turnovers that ultimately cost us this game. This team is known for struggling from the beginning of November until up around now. The next two games won't be easy, Baltimore is a great team and they'll be hungry for a win after getting ripped apart by Denver today. Problem for them, so will we. We are all too familiar with this scenario. On the verge of being sent home until next September, only to play our hearts out and get into the playoffs. If we beat Baltimore, then it's on to Philly. Nothing to hold back, they are a joke this year. But one of their four wins this year came against us, and in recent history we haven't been able to beat them. Well this is our time, Week 17, hungry to get in, we have to go hard. We have to cut down on the mistakes, step it up defensively, and defend OUR Super Bowl Championship. It starts right here, right now, we're ALL IN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rtr1105 View Post
    It's all or nothing starting now. Last year everyone gave us the death sentence after the Week 15 loss to Washington, but we came back strong in the final two games to make the playoffs and ultimately hoist the Lombardi Trophy. We had a bad game today, but we know this team is better than that. They destroyed Green Bay three weeks ago, lost a close one to Washington, and dropped 52 on New Orleans just last week. There's no excuses for a loss like the one today, but we had some key players missing and some stupid turnovers that ultimately cost us this game. This team is known for struggling from the beginning of November until up around now. The next two games won't be easy, Baltimore is a great team and they'll be hungry for a win after getting ripped apart by Denver today. Problem for them, so will we. We are all too familiar with this scenario. On the verge of being sent home until next September, only to play our hearts out and get into the playoffs. If we beat Baltimore, then it's on to Philly. Nothing to hold back, they are a joke this year. But one of their four wins this year came against us, and in recent history we haven't been able to beat them. Well this is our time, Week 17, hungry to get in, we have to go hard. We have to cut down on the mistakes, step it up defensively, and defend OUR Super Bowl Championship. It starts right here, right now, we're ALL IN.
    i'm afraid that ship has sailed.

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    I like this thread but it's really hard to be all in on zero points scored today.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by rtr1105 View Post
    It's all or nothing starting now. Last year everyone gave us the death sentence after the Week 15 loss to Washington, but we came back strong in the final two games to make the playoffs and ultimately hoist the Lombardi Trophy. We had a bad game today, but we know this team is better than that. They destroyed Green Bay three weeks ago, lost a close one to Washington, and dropped 52 on New Orleans just last week. There's no excuses for a loss like the one today, but we had some key players missing and some stupid turnovers that ultimately cost us this game. This team is known for struggling from the beginning of November until up around now. The next two games won't be easy, Baltimore is a great team and they'll be hungry for a win after getting ripped apart by Denver today. Problem for them, so will we. We are all too familiar with this scenario. On the verge of being sent home until next September, only to play our hearts out and get into the playoffs. If we beat Baltimore, then it's on to Philly. Nothing to hold back, they are a joke this year. But one of their four wins this year came against us, and in recent history we haven't been able to beat them. Well this is our time, Week 17, hungry to get in, we have to go hard. We have to cut down on the mistakes, step it up defensively, and defend OUR Super Bowl Championship. It starts right here, right now, we're ALL IN.
    We are not in controll. If the Giants, and either the Skins or Cowpies win out, The Giants are eliminated.

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    they are 'ALL In'...cept for the Eagles......
    "Measure Twice......Cut Once"
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    Quote Originally Posted by radar-ray View Post
    We are not in controll. If the Giants, and either the Skins or Cowpies win out, The Giants are eliminated.
    Wrong Cowboys and Skins play each other. If the Giants win out they are the 6 seed at the worst.

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    Quote Originally Posted by radar-ray View Post
    We are not in controll. If the Giants, and either the Skins or Cowpies win out, The Giants are eliminated.
    i thought if we win our 2 games, we're at least guaranteed a playoff spot? Division champs or no champs...

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    We control our own destiny. The Skins play the cowboys so it is mathematically impossible for both of them to have 10 wins. If the Giants win out, the worst they can be is a wild card.

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    Sorry, but no.

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    .I thought we were supposed to build the bridge.
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