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    Best wins and worst losses as Giant fans?

    What are they All time?
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    ehhh....
    too numerous to mention. Many highs and many lows....

    part of being a fan.
    For a long time the Pack were doormats.....you know the feeling
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    Best wins were the 2007 and 2011 playoffs. Just amazing.

    Worst losses for me were the 2008 divisional round against the Eagles.

    Miracle in the Meadowlands II..oh what do you know..AGAINST THE EAGLES

    Getting swept by the Skins was embarrassing.

    First Eagles game this year was sickening and so was the second Redskins game.
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    Both in 2006.

    Best win: Philly, week 2, 2006

    Worst loss: Titans, week 12, 2006

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmen0820 View Post
    Both in 2006.

    Best win: Philly, week 2, 2006

    Worst loss: Titans, week 12, 2006
    The Philly win, is that the one where we were down like 3td's in 4th quarter, and Eli scored a few td's to comeback and win? If that's the game I'm thinking of, that was exhilarating.
    Gotta be in it to win it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hall of Fame View Post
    The Philly win, is that the one where we were down like 3td's in 4th quarter, and Eli scored a few td's to comeback and win? If that's the game I'm thinking of, that was exhilarating.
    That game is the only reason I watch football today.

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    Best, superbowl 42, worst, superbowl 35 and san fran playoff game in 2002. Trey Junkin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheAnalyst View Post
    Best, superbowl 42, worst, superbowl 35 and san fran playoff game in 2002. Trey Junkin.
    No, no, no, no

    No SBs, too easy.

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    Best ever for me was Jan 27 1991 - Wide Right - sensational
    Worst ever was Jan 5 2003 - SF 39 NY 38 - just horrible.

    2nd best ever for me was Feb 3 2008 in Glendale ...because i was there and i will never forget it
    2nd worst ever was Dec 27 1997 - Wild card . Vikes 23 NY 22 ( when they scored 10 points in the last 90 secs including an onside kick recovery )

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    If no SB's, worst loss was the playoff game against San Francisco. Best win might have been the comback against the Broncos with Kent Graham or last year clinching the division. I was at the Bucs game and they showed the score and said the Giants had lost. I get in the car and here the game wasn't over and listen to an amazing comeback. The playoff win against the Bucs in 08 was cool because I was there.

    It's tough, I almost have to give the nod to the game last year December 9th against the Cowboys. It was the same night I graduated college, we watched the first half and realized the Giants weren't doing so hot, but go to a bar and continue to watch. I then get to see a fellow USF alum in JPP block the kick to seal the win. It was amazing.

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