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    Quote Originally Posted by Morehead State View Post
    Holy **** he went to UGA!!!!!
    yea thats the guy who played behind Knowshon, pretty sure...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morehead State View Post
    Remember what she did in the movie to that guy who tried to seduce her?
    Hank Moody always comes out on top....orrrr bottom....

    baaaziiinggg
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    Quote Originally Posted by J****ack View Post
    yea thats the guy who played behind Knowshon, pretty sure...
    Evidentally, he's about to become a Giant..

    BTW...you have to admit, even though I may not make the playoffs, picking up Moreno just before 1:00 on Sunday was a shrewd move. Did it in both of my leagues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morehead State View Post
    I love Eli. But I refuse to worship the ground he walks on.
    As you said B, Eli is who he is. I accept that. Who "he is" is a very good QB, but not a great one. He did have a great year last year but essentially looks like the old Eli this year. That makes sense since last year was the year of the passer with the lockout.

    I admit though...I do worship the ground Phil walks on. I admit to being a "Phil Cultist". He gave me something I had never had in my life as a Giants fan....... A team to be proud of.
    Youre not proud of the superbowl 42 and 46 Champions?!

    Eli is JUST AS GOOD AS PHIL. Thats reasonable logical and the truth, two sb prove that. All were saying is if Phil is your God, why cant Eli be Jesus, even baby Jesus. lol



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    Quote Originally Posted by J****ack View Post
    Hank Moody always comes out on top....orrrr bottom....

    baaaziiinggg
    "I only **** up when your girl is on top of me"



    "The NY never comes off"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morehead State View Post
    Remember what she did in the movie to that guy who tried to seduce her?
    haha I was going to say dont bring up any talk about cars, or penetration



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    Quote Originally Posted by dezzzR View Post
    Youre not proud of the superbowl 42 and 46 Champions?!

    Eli is JUST AS GOOD AS PHIL. Thats reasonable logical and the truth, two sb prove that. All were saying is if Phil is your God, why cant Eli be Jesus, even baby Jesus. lol
    I started as a Giants fan when I was 8. I had 2 kids when they made their first playoff appearance. It was Phil who dragged this franchise out of the gutter in 1984 and led the team to a SB in 86.
    LT was obviously the best player on that team, but it was Phil's team. And they took on his personality.
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    Lumpkin caught 41 passes last year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morehead State View Post
    I love Eli. But I refuse to worship the ground he walks on.
    As you said B, Eli is who he is. I accept that. Who "he is" is a very good QB, but not a great one. He did have a great year last year but essentially looks like the old Eli this year. That makes sense since last year was the year of the passer with the lockout.

    I admit though...I do worship the ground Phil walks on. I admit to being a "Phil Cultist". He gave me something I had never had in my life as a Giants fan....... A team to be proud of.
    Fair enough I liked Phil also.. and many other giants of that time they gave us something we all waited a long time for....As far a worshiping a player its just not something I do ..I guess I just can't even relate to that...Eli will have his greatness there will be no stopping that barring injury of course....as for the argument/debate..... that will alway be there....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morehead State View Post
    I started as a Giants fan when I was 8. I had 2 kids when they made their first playoff appearance. It was Phil who dragged this franchise out of the gutter in 1984 and led the team to a SB in 86.
    LT was obviously the best player on that team, but it was Phil's team. And they took on his personality.
    romantic view for sure MH...there are many others that deserve credit....great team and some pretty good coaches....
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