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    [quote user="lttaylor56"][quote user="dezzzR"]How great was weatherford " WERE GOING TO THE FUUUUCKING SUPER BOWL!!!!!!" lmao horrible snap, great hold.[/quote]That was Great. You could see him mouthing it perfectly. Weatherford was interviewed last week saying" If we don't make it to the sb, I'd rather not even go to the playoff's." This after two consecutive failed trips to the afc conference champ with the Jets.[/quote]</P>


    I thought he was saying..."Mother *****superbowl!"</P>


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    he was. i just found a gif of it...but i cant copy the link cuz it's blocked lol</P>
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    During crunch time of Sundayís AFC title game, Baltimoreís best
    receiver was being covered in the slot by a second-string
    receiver/emergency defensive back. And Anquan Boldin was repeatedly having his way with Julian Edelman.</p>


    So whatís going to happen when the Patriotsí defensive backs have to handle Hakeem Nicks, Victor Cruz, and Mario Manningham?</p>


    Bad things, man.</p>


    The Giants have much better receivers than they had four years ago,
    and the Patriots donít have the same caliber of defensive backs that
    they enjoyed the last time these two teams met in a Super Bowl.</p>


    It didnít help that starting cornerback Kyle Arrington
    left Sundayís game with an eye injury, but the Patsí defensive
    backfield has had a rag-tag feel to it all season, and if they nearly
    lost at home on Sunday to a team with a far less potent offense, the
    Patriots will need the coaching performance of Bill Belichickís life in
    order to win this game.</p>


    Apparently, the folks who make the odds believe Belichick will pull
    it off, given that the Pats are three-point favorites. For amusement
    purposes only, donít be shocked (but be very amused) when that number
    starts moving toward the Giants.</p>

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    So whatís going to happen when the Patriotsí defensive backs have to handle Hakeem Nicks, Victor Cruz, and Mario Manningham?</P>


    Bad things, man.</P>


    [/quote]</P>


    AAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA</P>
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    [quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="bigblue4417"]44 REALLY stepped up yesterday!!!
    [/quote]yea he did. that was an awesome play at the end when eli found him by the sideline before eli got wreeecked.




    How sick was tuck and jpp sack on smith. looked like smith kinda jumped and then they slammed his ***.

    big td by manningham.
    we got lucky, very very lucky.[/quote]

    i agree

    but can u NOW eat a little crow and admit that the 9ers are a good team
    [/quote]sure. 9ers have good team, but overrated.

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    im still nervous.....

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    Theyre home
    [img]http://cbsnewyork.files.wordpress.com/2012/01/giants-flag-waving-from-plane-****pit.jpg?w=300[/img]

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    During crunch time of Sundayís AFC title game, Baltimoreís best
    receiver was being covered in the slot by a second-string
    receiver/emergency defensive back. And Anquan Boldin was repeatedly having his way with Julian Edelman.</p>


    So whatís going to happen when the Patriotsí defensive backs have to handle Hakeem Nicks, Victor Cruz, and Mario Manningham?</p>


    Bad things, man.</p>


    The Giants have much better receivers than they had four years ago,
    and the Patriots donít have the same caliber of defensive backs that
    they enjoyed the last time these two teams met in a Super Bowl.</p>


    It didnít help that starting cornerback Kyle Arrington
    left Sundayís game with an eye injury, but the Patsí defensive
    backfield has had a rag-tag feel to it all season, and if they nearly
    lost at home on Sunday to a team with a far less potent offense, the
    Patriots will need the coaching performance of Bill Belichickís life in
    order to win this game.</p>


    Apparently, the folks who make the odds believe Belichick will pull
    it off, given that the Pats are three-point favorites. For amusement
    purposes only, donít be shocked (but be very amused) when that number
    starts moving toward the Giants.</p>[/quote]Me and my buddies were talking about that last nite at the bar (while HIGHLY intoxicated after our victory)I thought Edelman was a WR last season and was quite suprised to see him on the other side of the ball, but ya gotta do what ya gotta do with injuries, just look at our MLB situation.

    Also our team is better than we were in 07, and their team is significantly worse then they were in 07. With the way our Defense has been playing these past few weeks, I can see us tearing it up come Feb 5th
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    [quote user="dezzzR"][/quote]WOW, I need to get that to go with my Cruuuuuuuuuuz Salsa dance T-shirt
    Come check the G-Fambulance and The Scarf Soldiers every home game in Lot L6, and like us on facebook 'NYG Scarf Soldiers'


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    [quote user="bigblue4417"]

    During crunch time of Sundayís AFC title game, Baltimoreís best
    receiver was being covered in the slot by a second-string
    receiver/emergency defensive back. And Anquan Boldin was repeatedly having his way with Julian Edelman.</p>


    So whatís going to happen when the Patriotsí defensive backs have to handle Hakeem Nicks, Victor Cruz, and Mario Manningham?</p>


    Bad things, man.</p>


    The Giants have much better receivers than they had four years ago,
    and the Patriots donít have the same caliber of defensive backs that
    they enjoyed the last time these two teams met in a Super Bowl.</p>


    It didnít help that starting cornerback Kyle Arrington
    left Sundayís game with an eye injury, but the Patsí defensive
    backfield has had a rag-tag feel to it all season, and if they nearly
    lost at home on Sunday to a team with a far less potent offense, the
    Patriots will need the coaching performance of Bill Belichickís life in
    order to win this game.</p>


    Apparently, the folks who make the odds believe Belichick will pull
    it off, given that the Pats are three-point favorites. For amusement
    purposes only, donít be shocked (but be very amused) when that number
    starts moving toward the Giants.</p>[/quote]

    i was SCREAMING at the TV to throw the ball to boldin. I couldn't believe my eyes...

    oh god do I hope Edelman is on cruz
    Fear the name, appreciate the game

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