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    Definitely Parcell's team. This is before free agency so the players has less power back then. LT was the most popular player.

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    What do you mean by who's team is it? Who was the most dominant player? Who was the most vocal leader? Who set the tone for the team?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roosevelt View Post
    I was young back then but this man was the glue for the giants D. Harry Carson was the man. Simms was the man for the offense.

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    How many captains were sent out for the coin toss during the SB ? If you don't remember it was Harry Carson all by himself with 9 Broncos. The Giants knew who their leader was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueBlooded1979 View Post
    How many captains were sent out for the coin toss during the SB ? If you don't remember it was Harry Carson all by himself with 9 Broncos. The Giants knew who their leader was.
    ^ The heart and soul.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harooni View Post
    when you watch Simms in the superbowl you see who's team it is. That said LT was a major piece on Defense.
    one good game doesn't define you.

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    LT was never a leader.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueSanta View Post
    LT was never a leader.
    No way you can say that. There are many types of leaders. LT, by the way he played the game, was a huge inspiration to the guys on the team. He was always fired up. Never stopped playing. Battled through some injuries. That is a leader in many ways. All that being said, Carson was actually "The Man."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roosevelt View Post
    The truth.

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    Harry was definitely the guy who threw the chairs in the locker room at halftime.

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