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    Quote Originally Posted by Drez View Post
    Are you talking about the qualities you find endearing in your dominatrix?
    Ah, damn. I was updating my "seeking" description on my...never mind. I just hope we play sound football.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmen0820 View Post
    Ah, damn. I was updating my "seeking" description on my...never mind. I just hope we play sound football.
    I think we will. I think we'll start a little slow. I expect the Cowboys to get a 10-3 or 17-7 lead before we finally get our **** together. We'll end up winning 31-24. Maybe 31-27.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharick88 View Post
    Peyton is a machine. Our only chance to beat them is in a shootout because I do not see this defense stopping him and those receivers at all. Now they have another threat in their TE. It's going to be a stressful weekend playing against that offense.
    no one seems to be recognizing that denvers "mile high" stadium has very thin air. you really need to be conditioned to handle it. for the opening game of the season, i think it explains how balt came out in the 2nd half and both sides of the ball look absolutely gassed.

    that aint gonna happen at giants stadium.

    im telling u guys from personal knowledge, it really is a big deal. even some denver players were taking oxygen on the sidelines. u could literally see the balt. d players gasping like they were boxers out of stamina with their mouths opened and eyes dreary. esp with how denver attacked them the 2nd half running more plays...no one seems to be recognizing that and just bowing to the alter of peyton, who had a tremendous game, but given the circumstances, i think we need to take a small step back and not hold him in this unbeatable pedastal bc honestly, that isnt gonna be a big a factor as it was opening night. once teams get game ready and conditioned, it wont be as big a deal.
    n we're home anyways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by giantsfan420 View Post
    no one seems to be recognizing that denvers "mile high" stadium has very thin air. you really need to be conditioned to handle it. for the opening game of the season, i think it explains how balt came out in the 2nd half and both sides of the ball look absolutely gassed.

    that aint gonna happen at giants stadium.

    im telling u guys from personal knowledge, it really is a big deal. even some denver players were taking oxygen on the sidelines. u could literally see the balt. d players gasping like they were boxers out of stamina with their mouths opened and eyes dreary. esp with how denver attacked them the 2nd half running more plays...no one seems to be recognizing that and just bowing to the alter of peyton, who had a tremendous game, but given the circumstances, i think we need to take a small step back and not hold him in this unbeatable pedastal bc honestly, that isnt gonna be a big a factor as it was opening night. once teams get game ready and conditioned, it wont be as big a deal.
    n we're home anyways.
    Look at Denver's offense on paper, and then look at the Giants' secondary on paper

    Are you kidding? A home game, with our non-existent crowd noise, is gonna make a difference with that badly one-sided match-up?

    Nothing else needs to be said

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    Show up? where is the game?

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