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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Beach View Post
    I'll take the win however the G-Men can get it.
    I would like to see Eli (or Gillbride) open up the offense though
    I know what you mean but I do not think this is the week to do so as we should not have to, we just cannot shoot ourselves in the foot and we will be fine. We would have blown out Oakland if not handing them 17pts

  2. #12
    With Eddie lacy scoring two TDs and we still win by 14 plus point for my fantasy team

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    The G offense needs to continue with the quick passes and run the heck out of the ball.

    Give the defense time to recharge between possessions.

    And having Mr. Discount-Double-Check on the sidelines is a big plus for the G.

    All this shall come to pass. So it is written. So it shall be done.
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  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Beach View Post
    I'll take the win however the G-Men can get it.
    I would like to see Eli (or Gillbride) open up the offense though
    Keep your eye on A. Brown & Cruz ! Brown is getting the taste of winning !

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    We cant afford to turn the ball over like we did against Oakland. no fumbles or interceptions and we should have this one

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    I hear everything everyone is saying LOUD AND CLEAR

    Slant to Nicks and he breaks one for a TD!

    LETS GO GIANTS!

    So pumped for this game

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by WayBackFan View Post
    No doubt in my mind.

    The G are in ascension.
    “JPP said there would be blood in the water,” Scandrick said. “Did he even have a stat today?”


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    Quote Originally Posted by giantscolombia View Post
    Just a man who has seen the both the highest and the lowest of the G.

    The joy...and the heartbreak. The thrill of victory...and the agony of defeat.

    Once a little boy and the lone Giants fan in his school classroom, while his classmates gave their allegiance to the favored teams of the day like the Cowboys, Colts, Jets and Dolphins. How his heart was broken time and time again by the then hapless G.

    But his loyalty never wavered. And he was then later rewarded with the glory of Simms and LT.

    Call me Ishmael.
    Last edited by WayBackFan; 11-16-2013 at 09:31 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WayBackFan View Post
    Just a man who has seen the both the highest and the lowest of the G.

    The joy...and the heartbreak. The thrill of victory...and the agony of defeat.

    Once a little boy and the lone Giants fan in his school classroom, while his classmates gave their allegiance to the favored teams of the day like the Cowboys, Colts, Jets and Dolphins. How his heart was broken time and time again by the then hapless G.

    But his loyalty never wavered. And he was then later rewarded with the glory of Simms and LT.

    Call me Ishmael.
    You sir! You win!
    “JPP said there would be blood in the water,” Scandrick said. “Did he even have a stat today?”


  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by PaulAnthony View Post
    With Eddie lacy scoring two TDs and we still win by 14 plus point for my fantasy team
    This is why I hate fantasy. You want us to win but you hope our defense gives up a few TDs to your RB...

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