[quote user="Morehead State"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="DavenIII"][quote user="Morehead State"]
Every team controls their own destiny.</p>
The problem was that we had to win one more game than we would have if they had gotten the call right. But yes, we could have gone 16-0.</p>
or we could have beat Philly one of the two games...we should have.
yea i don't even get why everybody always singles out the Titans
They were 5-2 to start the season
The left handed pick in the endzone stands out. It was a comedy of errors. We **** the bed. Kind of like the Seattle game.
i'll admit im in the minority of that, but i still don't kill him for that
he was trying to make a play under pressure. If he got it there with some more zip hes a ****in genious and gets deep throated by all of NY.
When you're response to every bad decision is that "he was just trying to make a play" then there is no need to argue with you. </p>
You are the only Giants fan on earth who thinks that was an acceptable decision. Let ask all the other Eli Cultists if they think that was a good play. You are alone Matt. Alone on this earth.</p>
This is why we shant be discussing Eli at dinner.</p>[/quote]
whatever its fine i'll at least admit im in the minority. It was back breaking and killer and ultimately decided the game - but again I would rather my QB try to make a play if he thinks he can
BUT regardless theres no way you should feel like the TITANS game was a bigger upset for this team than Philly 2. If your going to compare the two back to back, Philly two hsould of been won WAY more than the Titans game