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    Re: THEE NYG SWAG THREAD

    [quote user="byron"]

    Great win yesterday....it seems to me the change we are seeing is team wide ....we're seeing 60 min of hard hitting aggressive*football....the all in attitude is real.**They want it and it's*building and building at the right time....Everybody seems to be getting it and*they are*becoming one dangerous team....Props to TC and company they got this team working..</P>


    Look out Greenbay the G-men are coming!***</P>[/quote]Seriously B. I think you got it right. We are functioning on all cylinders for the most part now. Dangerous team for this time of year. I want redemption against those god dam Ravens so bad, I can taste it.

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    Re: THEE NYG SWAG THREAD

    [quote user="Morehead State"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="Morehead State"]


    [quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="lttaylor56"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"]go rewatch the Phi2 game - Jacobs desire is CLEARLY different

    great to be alive yessir
    [/quote]Yes big difference in BJ[/quote]
    I'm not sure how MH and Kase don't see it. Even in the Skins game he didn't have it. In the 2 Cowboys games, Jets and now Falcons Jacobs has been a totally different player.

    The monster we all know he can be!!!
    [/quote]</p>


    The difference is that BJ has some room to run. Thats what he needs. Until he gets a head of steam is is very ordinary. When he does, he can run like few RB's in the league.</p>


    So he looks terrible when the O line isn't moving anyone. It isn't effort. His effort is always off thge charts.</p>


    [/quote]

    its horse****.. he was getting manned up on every tackle one on one with no push even if he had steps. He was ***** footing and now blowing upwards. Its completely visible when Jacobs feels like running.
    [/quote]</p>


    Again with the team hate. You are so wrong. Even if he's "*****footing" around. He's trying his *** off. But when he sees an opening he has always hit it hard. </p>


    The guy is a great Giant and always has been. He and Bradshaw are the attitude of our offense.</p>


    Stop hating on my boy. Today is a day to rejoice.</p>[/quote]

    he hasn't done it every game, when he does i give him props

    u can tell because its when guys are just hitting hi mand hes falling back
    Fear the name, appreciate the game

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    Re: THEE NYG SWAG THREAD

    [quote user="Morehead State"][quote user="lttaylor56"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="Morehead State"]


    [quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="lttaylor56"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"]go rewatch the Phi2 game - Jacobs desire is CLEARLY different

    great to be alive yessir
    [/quote]Yes big difference in BJ[/quote]
    I'm not sure how MH and Kase don't see it. Even in the Skins game he didn't have it. In the 2 Cowboys games, Jets and now Falcons Jacobs has been a totally different player.

    The monster we all know he can be!!!
    [/quote]</p>


    The difference is that BJ has some room to run. Thats what he needs. Until he gets a head of steam is is very ordinary. When he does, he can run like few RB's in the league.</p>


    So he looks terrible when the O line isn't moving anyone. It isn't effort. His effort is always off thge charts.</p>


    [/quote]

    its horse****.. he was getting manned up on every tackle one on one with no push even if he had steps. He was ***** footing and now blowing upwards. Its completely visible when Jacobs feels like running.
    [/quote]I was saying that he was tip toeing thru the tulips. I can see the difference in his forward tilt alone this week. I was freaking out when he put his right shoulder into Owens and knocked him back 5 feet.[/quote]</p>


    He's 6-4 and 265 pounds. he's not going to be one of those stocky guys who can create a burst in a short space. Its just not who he is and has never been. With no hole or O line movement he's like a submarine, still in the water. If you don't believe it, take it up with Albert Einstein who could explain the physics of it.</p>


    You guys gotta get off this BJ hate.</p>[/quote]

    ur not reading what we are saying

    so theres no point in having the conversation with u
    Fear the name, appreciate the game

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    <blockquote class="twitter-tweet">

    The team that kept us from our
    potential Super Bowl in 08 is back on OUR turf now.Trust me,we haven't
    forgotten.Here.We...GoPackGo! #BeGreat</p> Greg Jennings (@GregJennings) January 8, 2012</blockquote>
    <blockquote class="twitter-tweet">

    Crazy start 2 the playoffs already.Every team seems 2 have a #Great story to tell.But 1 team will show what the "G" stands 4. #BeGreat ...RT</p> Greg Jennings (@GregJennings) January 9, 2012</blockquote>


    <font color="#0000FF">Each of the previous two teams that eliminated Atlanta in the playoffs went to the Super Bowl that year.</font></p>

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    Re: THEE NYG SWAG THREAD

    [quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="Morehead State"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="Morehead State"]


    [quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="lttaylor56"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"]go rewatch the Phi2 game - Jacobs desire is CLEARLY different

    great to be alive yessir
    [/quote]Yes big difference in BJ[/quote]
    I'm not sure how MH and Kase don't see it. Even in the Skins game he didn't have it. In the 2 Cowboys games, Jets and now Falcons Jacobs has been a totally different player.

    The monster we all know he can be!!!
    [/quote]</P>


    The difference is that BJ has some room to run. Thats what he needs. Until he gets a head of steam is is very ordinary. When he does, he can run like few RB's in the league.</P>


    So he looks terrible when the O line isn't moving anyone. It isn't effort. His effort is always off thge charts.</P>


    [/quote]

    its horse****.. he was getting manned up on every tackle one on one with no push even if he had steps. He was ***** footing and now blowing upwards. Its completely visible when Jacobs feels like running.
    [/quote]</P>


    Again with the team hate. You are so wrong. Even if he's "*****footing" around. He's trying his *** off. But when he sees an opening he has always hit it hard. </P>


    The guy is a great Giant and always has been. He and Bradshaw are the attitude of our offense.</P>


    Stop hating on my boy. Today is a day to rejoice.</P>


    [/quote]

    he hasn't done it every game, when he does i give him props

    u can tell because its when guys are just hitting hi mand hes falling back
    [/quote]</P>


    There is a difference between having a bad game and not giving complete effort.</P>


    A big difference!</P>


    Just because he doesn't play especially well, doesn't mean he's not giving it his all. Don't forget he played several games after the knee injury before he was healthy.</P>


    I just think you're being way too tough on a great Giant. Like him or not, he always plays his *** off.</P>
    Get well soon 80.

  6. #127556

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    When asked how optimistic he is about the Giants beating the Green Bay Packers, the defensive end replied, "We're going to be all right."

    </p>

    "We gonna win ... we gonna win," Pierre-Paul later added.</p>


    </p>






    Pierre-Paul is just expressing the confidence he and the Giants have
    after winning three consecutive must-win games with their 24-2 rout over
    Atlanta on Sunday in the Giants' wild-card game at MetLife Stadium.

    </p>

    "We know what's at stake, and we know it's one and done,"
    Pierre-Paul said. "We aren't going to let that happen. <font color="#0000FF">We are going to
    go out there and give all our effort and we are going to walk away with a
    win</font>."

    </p>

    The Giants lost to the Packers on Dec. 4 at home, 38-35, after Aaron Rodgers
    led Green Bay to a last-second, game-winning field goal. But the Giants
    have won four of five games since and the defense is playing much
    better than it did when it gave up 449 yards of total offense to Green
    Bay.</p>

    Initially, Pierre-Paul said he was "80-percent" sure of the Giants' chances on Sunday. He then changed it to "100-percent." </p>

    "We should (win)," Pierre-Paul said. </p>

    "We're sure," he added when asked about how sure. "I'll see you guys later."</p>

  7. #127557

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    Was up lando mando? Yeah I saw that. Who knows?

    Back on Jacobs....my boy Louie has been saying the same thing all year. Why is he not hitting the hole the way he used to is what he asked me?

  8. #127558

    Re: THEE NYG SWAG THREAD

    [quote user="Morehead State"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="Morehead State"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="Morehead State"]


    [quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="lttaylor56"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"]go rewatch the Phi2 game - Jacobs desire is CLEARLY different

    great to be alive yessir
    [/quote]Yes big difference in BJ[/quote]
    I'm not sure how MH and Kase don't see it. Even in the Skins game he didn't have it. In the 2 Cowboys games, Jets and now Falcons Jacobs has been a totally different player.

    The monster we all know he can be!!!
    [/quote]</P>


    The difference is that BJ has some room to run.* Thats what he needs.* Until he gets a head of steam is is very ordinary.* When he does, he can run like few RB's in the league.</P>


    So he looks terrible when the O line isn't moving anyone.* It isn't effort.* His effort is always off thge charts.</P>


    [/quote]

    its horse****.. he was getting manned up on every tackle one on one with no push even if he had steps. He was ***** footing and now blowing upwards. Its completely visible when Jacobs feels like running.
    [/quote]</P>


    Again with the team hate.* You are so wrong.* Even if he's "*****footing" around.* He's trying his *** off.* But when he sees an opening he has always hit it hard.* </P>


    The guy is a great Giant and always has been.* He and Bradshaw are the attitude of our offense.</P>


    Stop hating on my boy.* Today is a day to rejoice.</P>


    [/quote]

    he hasn't done it every game, when he does i give him props

    u can tell because its when guys are just hitting hi mand hes falling back
    [/quote]</P>


    There is a difference between having a bad game and not giving complete effort.</P>


    A big difference!*</P>


    *Just because he doesn't play especially well, doesn't mean he's not giving it his all.* Don't forget he played several games after the knee injury before he was healthy.</P>


    I just think you're being way too tough on a great Giant.* Like him or not,* he always plays his *** off.</P>[/quote]

    Just because he doesn't play especially well, doesn't mean he's not giving it his all.---that's true, I give you that.

  9. #127559

    Re: THEE NYG SWAG THREAD

    [quote user="lttaylor56"][quote user="Morehead State"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="Morehead State"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="Morehead State"]


    [quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="lttaylor56"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"]go rewatch the Phi2 game - Jacobs desire is CLEARLY different

    great to be alive yessir
    [/quote]Yes big difference in BJ[/quote]
    I'm not sure how MH and Kase don't see it. Even in the Skins game he didn't have it. In the 2 Cowboys games, Jets and now Falcons Jacobs has been a totally different player.

    The monster we all know he can be!!!
    [/quote]</P>


    The difference is that BJ has some room to run.* Thats what he needs.* Until he gets a head of steam is is very ordinary.* When he does, he can run like few RB's in the league.</P>


    So he looks terrible when the O line isn't moving anyone.* It isn't effort.* His effort is always off thge charts.</P>


    [/quote]

    its horse****.. he was getting manned up on every tackle one on one with no push even if he had steps. He was ***** footing and now blowing upwards. Its completely visible when Jacobs feels like running.
    [/quote]</P>


    Again with the team hate.* You are so wrong.* Even if he's "*****footing" around.* He's trying his *** off.* But when he sees an opening he has always hit it hard.* </P>


    The guy is a great Giant and always has been.* He and Bradshaw are the attitude of our offense.</P>


    Stop hating on my boy.* Today is a day to rejoice.</P>


    [/quote]

    he hasn't done it every game, when he does i give him props

    u can tell because its when guys are just hitting hi mand hes falling back
    [/quote]</P>


    There is a difference between having a bad game and not giving complete effort.</P>


    A big difference!*</P>


    *Just because he doesn't play especially well, doesn't mean he's not giving it his all.* Don't forget he played several games after the knee injury before he was healthy.</P>


    I just think you're being way too tough on a great Giant.* Like him or not,* he always plays his *** off.</P>[/quote]

    Just because he doesn't play especially well, doesn't mean he's not giving it his all.---that's true, I give you that.[/quote]But it's still perceived by me, matt and other's that he's not trying as hard. If more than one person sees it, there could be something to it. As long as they get it corrected now and into the next few weeks fine.

    It would be amazing for a team basically last in rushing in the league to do a complete turnaround and then win the big one.

  10. #127560

    Re: THEE NYG SWAG THREAD

    Hakeem Nicks brought back "The Dirty Bird" in front of the "dirtbags" themselves.
    "Antrel Rolle told me to do it," said Nicks, who finished with six
    receptions for 115 yards and two touchdowns in a 24-2 rout of Atlanta in
    the NFC wild-card game Sunday afternoon at MetLife Stadium.



    "NO HE DIDN'T!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" Anderson tweeted at the time.



    Yes, he did.



    "Btw, I'm not mad at Nicks. I Broke out the Dirty Bird in 98, its
    trending on Twitter in 2012," Anderson later tweeted. "I didn't feel any
    disrespect. Plus, it was a tad sloppy. Haha."



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