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  1. #511
    Quote Originally Posted by BigBlueAllDay View Post
    Congrats to the Seahawks! It was simply their year. One of the most lopsided Superbowl wins I've seen in a long time. This game was over at halftime. lol They put in backup QB Tavaris Jackson late in the 4th on the AFC champion Broncos. haha!
    This game was over after the first play! LOL!
    Giants fan since '58

  2. #512
    Give all the credit to the Seahawks, they deserve it, but Denver looked un-prepared for the game. Maybe they should have kept Tebow? LOL!

    "This was an unlikely game in which Peyton Manning did a passable imitation of his beleaguered younger brother, Eli. Or was it barely passable? This season alone, Eli (15) and Peyton (two) combined to throw 17 interceptions at MetLife Stadium, the home of the Giants and Jets. In a quirky turn of events, the brothers combined to throw seven interceptions (and one lonely touchdown) here against the Seahawks this season."
    Last edited by bigjeep; 02-03-2014 at 06:23 AM.
    Giants fan since '58

  3. #513
    It was a very boring game, IMO. I couldn't watch the slaughter for too long. When the Seahawks break apart due to free agency, the Giants should try to sign some of them.

  4. #514
    Quote Originally Posted by jintsrule View Post
    It was a very boring game, IMO. I couldn't watch the slaughter for too long. When the Seahawks break apart due to free agency, the Giants should try to sign some of them.
    I didn't think it was boring. Watching Seattle play at such a high level was interesting. Watching Denver's offense that broke so many scoring records this year get basically shut out was exciting. Watching Peyton do his Eli Imitation was eye popping.
    Giants fan since '58

  5. #515
    Quote Originally Posted by nycsportzfan View Post
    See, they held a high powered offense next to nothing in points and Malcolm Smith earns the MVP award. Why in 2007 did Justin Tuck not get the Award? I mean, Russell Wilson had a better game today then Eli did in 2007. Tuck should of gotten that MVP in 07
    If you consider the circumstances, Eli played better than Wilson. Eli had a game wining drive where his team NEEDED a TD or else they lose. Wilson on the other hand was watching his defense slaughter the greatest offense of all-time. It seemed to me that Wilson was playing at a comfortable position where he just needed to hold on to a lead. It would've been a travesty if Wilson won the MVP and not someone on the Seattle defense. And I wouldn't have had a problem if Tuck had won the MVP, he played his tail off.

  6. #516
    Quote Originally Posted by Eli's Giants View Post
    If you consider the circumstances, Eli played better than Wilson. Eli had a game wining drive where his team NEEDED a TD or else they lose. Wilson on the other hand was watching his defense slaughter the greatest offense of all-time. It seemed to me that Wilson was playing at a comfortable position where he just needed to hold on to a lead. It would've been a travesty if Wilson won the MVP and not someone on the Seattle defense. And I wouldn't have had a problem if Tuck had won the MVP, he played his tail off.
    +1 Eli had to win both SB's under pressure, Wilson just managed the game with no pressure! I will give him this, he did hit his receivers in stride!
    Giants fan since '58

  7. #517
    Quote Originally Posted by bigjeep View Post
    I didn't think it was boring. Watching Seattle play at such a high level was interesting. Watching Denver's offense that broke so many scoring records this year get basically shut out was exciting. Watching Peyton do his Eli Imitation was eye popping.
    I found it boring. Hard to get excited when the result isn't in doubt. Maybe I'd just gotten used to these things being instant classics.

  8. #518
    Quote Originally Posted by Flip Empty View Post
    I found it boring. Hard to get excited when the result isn't in doubt.
    As a football purist, I found it exciting! It was just missing Tebow at the helm! LOL! You must admit, Peyton did a great Eli impersonation!
    Giants fan since '58

  9. #519
    Must be moving day! LOL!
    Giants fan since '58

  10. #520
    Quote Originally Posted by kingcap88 View Post
    And the other Manning brother is playing like crap now. Can you guess which one it is?




    I'm no Eli homer, but come on. Peyton is struggling against the No. 1 defense, but it's everyone else's fault. Eli struggled against Seattle and it was all his fault. And Peyton's line doesn't seem to be faring much better than the Giants.
    Difference is that Peyton is getting mauled and beat up in the pocket. Eli wasn't getting hit at times and still threw atrocious passes. Peyton didn't exhibit this behavior all season long, where Eli exhibited this behavior all season long and in past years.

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