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    Quote Originally Posted by L.T.56 View Post
    belichik has always been a defensive genius. the fact that his defensive game plan from the giants-bills superbowl is in the pro football hall of fame just proves that. that bills offense was one of the best offenses in nfl history and his gameplan helped slow that offense down dramatically.
    Agreed. To me "spygate" was a tempest in a teapot.
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    We'd have a dynasty instead of two Super Bowls lodged amongst crap and mediocrity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeyMike01 View Post
    We'd have a dynasty instead of two Super Bowls lodged amongst crap and mediocrity.
    most people around here think our success is a direct result of his coaching.
    talk about delusional.
    unfortunately....our old school ownership and front office feel the same way.
    and being the arrogant , stubborn fly-flicker that he is , he's probably gonna stay here another 9 years....
    Last edited by stormblue; 01-15-2013 at 08:17 AM.
    when the aliens finally come to conquer us ....
    i hope that their weapons of choice are Gibsons and Fenders

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeyMike01 View Post
    We'd have a dynasty instead of two Super Bowls lodged amongst crap and mediocrity.
    and yuo know this how???

    yeah....with "only" 2 SB wins you would still be pissing and moaning no matter how good the or bad the other season were.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GTGiantsFan View Post
    Until he wins another superbowl after spygate Belichick will always be questioned in my eyes.
    I'm sure he's losing sleep over this.
    Get well soon 80.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stormblue View Post
    "manningham miracle".
    The pass to Manningham was waaaaaaaayyyyyyyyy waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyyyy tougher and more impressive than the catch. If you think otherwise you know nothing of football.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drez View Post
    The pass to Manningham was waaaaaaaayyyyyyyyy waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyyyy tougher and more impressive than the catch. If you think otherwise you know nothing of football.
    Oh...Its the old..."if you don't agree with me you know nothing about football" argument.

    Good one. Haven't seen that in a while.
    Get well soon 80.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morehead State View Post
    Oh...Its the old..."if you don't agree with me you know nothing about football" argument.

    Good one. Haven't seen that in a while.
    Bugger off, MS.

    And in this case, it's the truth. That catch was more a Manning Miracle than a Manningham Miracle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drez View Post
    Bugger off, MS.

    And in this case, it's the truth. That catch was more a Manning Miracle than a Manningham Miracle.
    It was a nice throw. He did a good job keeping the throw on the sideline and not throwing it out of bounds. manningham had to slow down and use his body to not only catch the ball and keep his feet in bounds, but the maintain leverage against the defender. Slightly underthrown but still a good throw.
    Eli threw it as hard as he could. The throw was nice but the adjustment and catch was an all time great play.
    It was one of, if not THE greatest catch in Giants history.

    You can see it any way you want to make yourself feel good and I'm all for your happiness.


    And guess what...even if you disagree with me, you still probably know something about football.
    Get well soon 80.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morehead State View Post
    It was a nice throw. He did a good job keeping the throw on the sideline and not throwing it out of bounds. manningham had to slow down and use his body to not only catch the ball and keep his feet in bounds, but the maintain leverage against the defender. Slightly underthrown but still a good throw.
    Eli threw it as hard as he could. The throw was nice but the adjustment and catch was an all time great play.
    It was one of, if not THE greatest catch in Giants history.

    You can see it any way you want to make yourself feel good and I'm all for your happiness.


    And guess what...even if you disagree with me, you still probably know something about football.
    Oh bull, MS. You're just being a contrarian to be an ***.
    Last edited by Drez; 01-15-2013 at 10:46 AM.

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