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    Re: Special Teams wins championships! Giants ST is not enough...

    LMAO KEEP EM COMING!!!!!

    Another ****y pre-game thread that backfires!

    Now we just need a Pats fan to post something ****y here for the Superbowl...

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    Re: Special Teams wins championships! Giants ST is not enough...

    [quote user="theyregood"]49ers have a much stronger Special Teams.[/quote]

    We won the game with STs

    OH SNAP, THX FOR JINXZZZ

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    Re: Special Teams wins championships! Giants ST is not enough...

    Smartest thread ever.....he fully called it

    -Great punting by Weatherford all game long, really only thing that kept us in this game
    -2 crucial fumble recoveries
    -Weatherford holding that ball after the bad snap
    -Tynes nailing it

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    Re: Special Teams wins championships! Giants ST is not enough...



    [quote user="theyregood"]49ers have a much stronger Special Teams.[/quote]</P>


    Not yesterday</P>

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    Re: Special Teams wins championships! Giants ST is not enough...

    [quote user="MikeIsaGiant"][quote user="theyregood"]49ers have a much stronger Special Teams.[/quote]

    We won the game with STs

    OH SNAP, THX FOR JINXZZZ[/quote]

    I think that stating that we lost the game with Special Teams is more accurate. Kyle Williams may end up laying-low in New York for the next month or two.

    At least I can give New York a bit of credit for stripping the ball, but the real game loser was him not getting out of the way of a punt he had no chance in fielding then pretending like nothing happened when it brushed against him, as if the Giants' coaching staff would somehow miss out on the fact in the NFC championship game. That was 100% on him and it was not even one of those things you can blame on bad luck. It was 100% bad judgement. Better to take the ball from the five and end up punting it away than to give it up to the Giants in field goal range on a close game where we had been forcing the Giants to punt on third down for the entire second half.

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