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    NE Fans not sweating this rematch

    Yes, we will puff up our chests and talk the smack, but in our heart of hearts, we all know that the Giants should win this game. We haven't beaten any opponent all year that would give us hope that our D can shut down a superior offense like the G men.

    The wound from SB 2008 was and is still raw, but this time around we all know where we stand, and I think many knowledgeable Pats fans have had time to accept the probability of the inevitable.

    In this game, the acres of yardage given up by our sorry *** defense will quickly metamorphosis into points, mostly sevens. I think our offense will do well keeping up for a while, but 2 or 3 3&outs will be the difference.

    The only hope we have is the "Any Given Sunday" theory, and that would rely on Manning having a really bad day on the same day our Defense has a really great day, along with Brady- unfortunately, we had that day when we played Denver, and you only get one of those every not so often.

    This one will not hurt as much as last time, because for me, I will expect the worst, hope for the best, but ultimately, it's just another game to me, because I have zero emotion invested in what I think the outcome will be.

    But it should be a great game none the less.

    All Giants fans should know that any NE loss will NEVER, EVER hurt as much as SB Super Bowl XLII.

    So, when and if you win this game- congratulations in advance- because it won't hurt that much, really. But, if we do win, then some of the salt will be washed out of that gaping wound.

    Sincerest Regards to all Giants Fans-

    PatsFanNE

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    [quote user="PatsFanNE"]Yes, we will puff up our chests and talk the smack, but in our heart of hearts, we all know that the Giants should win this game. We haven't beaten any opponent all year that would give us hope that our D can shut down a superior offense like the G men.

    The wound from SB 2008 was and is still raw, but this time around we all know where we stand, and I think many knowledgeable Pats fans have had time to accept the probability of the inevitable.

    In this game, the acres of yardage given up by our sorry *** defense will quickly metamorphosis into points, mostly sevens. I think our offense will do well keeping up for a while, but 2 or 3 3&outs will be the difference.

    The only hope we have is the "Any Given Sunday" theory, and that would rely on Manning having a really bad day on the same day our Defense has a really great day, along with Brady- unfortunately, we had that day when we played Denver, and you only get one of those every not so often.

    This one will not hurt as much as last time, because for me, I will expect the worst, hope for the best, but ultimately, it's just another game to me, because I have zero emotion invested in what I think the outcome will be.

    But it should be a great game none the less.

    All Giants fans should know that any NE loss will NEVER, EVER hurt as much as SB Super Bowl XLII.

    So, when and if you win this game- congratulations in advance- because it won't hurt that much, really. But, if we do win, then some of the salt will be washed out of that gaping wound.

    Sincerest Regards to all Giants Fans-

    PatsFanNE[/quote]

    In post seasons (especially this one), refs tend to not throw as many flags, which has the effect of dismantling offenses as incidental contact with receivers comes into play more and more.

    In over 900+ pass plays this offseason I think there have been a total of 9 holding calls (2 of them on run plays), 2 roughing the passer calls, 1 pass interference, and 5 illegal contacts.

    I've seen that many penalties in a SINGLE game during the regular season.

    How does this effect the Super Bowl?

    Lower scoring games that favor shorter passing games.

    I think this is the main reason you're not seeing the Saints or Packers at this stage ... both teams rely on a vertical threat at various points in their game.

    I'm expecting a nearly identical version of our last two matchups personally.

    Hopefully with the same outcomes
    I don't always root for the Cowboys but when I do I wear my pink Jessica Simpson edition Romo jersey. (yes I lost a bet)

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    Re: NE Fans not sweating this rematch



    I don't get the feeling that Giants fans aren't sweating this rematch either. We feel that we are the more complete team, but you've got HOFs in TB and BB and you guys are this era's dynasty -- nobody can ever take that for granted.




    You guys have a much better chance than "Any Given Sunday" and you should be favored because of your 13-3 record and your D getting consistently better over the course of the season. We're not sweating this rematch, but we're certainly aware of who we're playing (you're not the 'boys and we're not the Jets). You guys have the weapons, experience, and leadership to make just 1 or 2 mistakes on the Giants' partinto a blow-out of a game.




    We're proud of our team, but I think that most of us respect who the Pats are and their accomplishments. We just don't fear you anymore like other teams do, and I certainly don't believe that most of us "hate" the Pats like we hate the Eagles. I see it is as a mutual respect for two great organizations that deal with a lot of jealous haters from their own rivals in their respective conferences.




    And believe me -- I know that even if you do win this SB, it'll never wash away SB 42. I've made that point on these boards a few times today. It was just too historically significant, and I don't say that to rub it in, but just state it as fact.




    I checked your boards out already -- you've got a lot of good, fair, classy, football-knowledgable fans which is nice to see after we had to deal with 49er fans for the past week (it's delicious to hear them whine.)




    From one "lucky team" to another (as our detractors are calling both of our teams), I wish you and your great organization the best of luck, but not too much luck of course. If we lose, I'm glad that we'd lose to a classy organization like yours and not some bratty bunch of chest thumpers like the 49ers and Ravens.




    I respect teams that act like they've been there before, and the Pats always do (because they're always there).





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    Great job by the OP. Incredible way to snake some compliments from the opposition while also putting the dreaded "congratulations before the game is over" hex on our team.

    I See right through it and it won't help on SB Sunday.

    My 5 year old son right before the kickoff of the Super Bowl 46: Dad, are the Giants gonna win?

    Burier: Yes.

    My 5 year old son right before the kickoff of Super Bowl 46: Do you promise?

    Burier: Yes. I promise.

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    Re: NE Fans not sweating this rematch

    [quote user="JJC7301"]

    I don't get the feeling that Giants fans aren't sweating this rematch either. We feel that we are the more complete team, but you've got HOFs in TB and BB and you guys are this era's dynasty -- nobody can ever take that for granted.




    You guys have a much better chance than "Any Given Sunday" and you should be favored because of your 13-3 record and your D getting consistently better over the course of the season. We're not sweating this rematch, but we're certainly aware of who we're playing (you're not the 'boys and we're not the Jets). You guys have the weapons, experience, and leadership to make just 1 or 2 mistakes on the Giants' partinto a blow-out of a game.




    We're proud of our team, but I think that most of us respect who the Pats are and their accomplishments. We just don't fear you anymore like other teams do, and I certainly don't believe that most of us "hate" the Pats like we hate the Eagles. I see it is as a mutual respect for two great organizations that deal with a lot of jealous haters from their own rivals in their respective conferences.




    And believe me -- I know that even if you do win this SB, it'll never wash away SB 42. I've made that point on these boards a few times today. It was just too historically significant, and I don't say that to rub it in, but just state it as fact.




    I checked your boards out already -- you've got a lot of good, fair, classy, football-knowledgable fans which is nice to see after we had to deal with 49er fans for the past week (it's delicious to hear them whine.)




    From one "lucky team" to another (as our detractors are calling both of our teams), I wish you and your great organization the best of luck, but not too much luck of course. If we lose, I'm glad that we'd lose to a classy organization like yours and not some bratty bunch of chest thumpers like the 49ers and Ravens.




    I respect teams that act like they've been there before, and the Pats always do (because they're always there).




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    I disagree. I "hate" the Pats. I can't stand Brady and that homeless looking coach of theirs. I have watched the Giants in all of their Super Bowls, and not even the 86 victory was as sweet as the SB victory over the Pats. This game to me is extremely important to cement our victory in SB 42. I want the "Brady" Pats to be remembered as never being able to beat the Giants in the big game. I don't want them to get any semblance of revenge.

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    Re: NE Fans not sweating this rematch

    [quote user="Medisleman"][quote user="JJC7301"]


    I don't get the feeling that Giants fans aren't sweating this rematch either. We feel that we are the more complete team, but you've got HOFs in TB and BB and you guys are this era's dynasty -- nobody can ever take that for granted.




    You guys have a much better chance than "Any Given Sunday" and you should be favored because of your 13-3 record and your D getting consistently better over the course of the season. We're not sweating this rematch, but we're certainly aware of who we're playing (you're not the 'boys and we're not the Jets). You guys have the weapons, experience, and leadership to make just 1 or 2 mistakes on the Giants' partinto a blow-out of a game.




    We're proud of our team, but I think that most of us respect who the Pats are and their accomplishments. We just don't fear you anymore like other teams do, and I certainly don't believe that most of us "hate" the Pats like we hate the Eagles. I see it is as a mutual respect for two great organizations that deal with a lot of jealous haters from their own rivals in their respective conferences.




    And believe me -- I know that even if you do win this SB, it'll never wash away SB 42. I've made that point on these boards a few times today. It was just too historically significant, and I don't say that to rub it in, but just state it as fact.




    I checked your boards out already -- you've got a lot of good, fair, classy, football-knowledgable fans which is nice to see after we had to deal with 49er fans for the past week (it's delicious to hear them whine.)




    From one "lucky team" to another (as our detractors are calling both of our teams), I wish you and your great organization the best of luck, but not too much luck of course. If we lose, I'm glad that we'd lose to a classy organization like yours and not some bratty bunch of chest thumpers like the 49ers and Ravens.




    I respect teams that act like they've been there before, and the Pats always do (because they're always there).







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    I disagree. I "hate" the Pats. I can't stand Brady and that homeless looking coach of theirs. I have watched the Giants in all of their Super Bowls, and not even the 86 victory was as sweet as the SB victory over the Pats. This game to me is extremely important to cement our victory in SB 42. I want the "Brady" Pats to be remembered as never being able to beat the Giants in the big game. I don't want them to get any semblance of revenge.
    [/quote]




    LMAO -- I wasn't implying that I was speaking for ALL Giants fans -- it was just the mood that I've taken from most Giant fans on these boards over the past few days. Our SB 42 victory IS cemented -- nothing can take it away. We won straight up and fair and square by providing the better match ups; having an awesome D-plan and executing it; and making1 or 2 more timely plays. It was no fluke and 95% of all NFL fans know that. I haven't even seen any Pat fans say that it was a fluke. It just hurt for them, and I completely understand because it would have crushed us, too, if we were going for 19-0.




    "That homeless looking coach" -- I have to admit that I like that line. HOWEVER, the hoodie was a big reason why we won SB 25 -- his / our defensive gameplan for that SB is in Canton. Personally, I've always liked BB and always will and I'll always root for him as long as its not against the Giants. Honestly, I've always liked Brady as well.


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    Re: NE Fans not sweating this rematch



    [quote user="burier"]Great job by the OP. Incredible way to snake some compliments from the opposition while also putting the dreaded "congratulations before the game is over" hex on our team. I See right through it and it won't help on SB Sunday.[/quote]




    +1




    lol I was thinking exactly this as I was reading it.








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    Re: NE Fans not sweating this rematch

    [quote user="Medisleman"][quote user="JJC7301"]

    I don't get the feeling that Giants fans aren't sweating this rematch either. We feel that we are the more complete team, but you've got HOFs in TB and BB and you guys are this era's dynasty -- nobody can ever take that for granted.




    You guys have a much better chance than "Any Given Sunday" and you should be favored because of your 13-3 record and your D getting consistently better over the course of the season. We're not sweating this rematch, but we're certainly aware of who we're playing (you're not the 'boys and we're not the Jets). You guys have the weapons, experience, and leadership to make just 1 or 2 mistakes on the Giants' partinto a blow-out of a game.




    We're proud of our team, but I think that most of us respect who the Pats are and their accomplishments. We just don't fear you anymore like other teams do, and I certainly don't believe that most of us "hate" the Pats like we hate the Eagles. I see it is as a mutual respect for two great organizations that deal with a lot of jealous haters from their own rivals in their respective conferences.




    And believe me -- I know that even if you do win this SB, it'll never wash away SB 42. I've made that point on these boards a few times today. It was just too historically significant, and I don't say that to rub it in, but just state it as fact.




    I checked your boards out already -- you've got a lot of good, fair, classy, football-knowledgable fans which is nice to see after we had to deal with 49er fans for the past week (it's delicious to hear them whine.)




    From one "lucky team" to another (as our detractors are calling both of our teams), I wish you and your great organization the best of luck, but not too much luck of course. If we lose, I'm glad that we'd lose to a classy organization like yours and not some bratty bunch of chest thumpers like the 49ers and Ravens.




    I respect teams that act like they've been there before, and the Pats always do (because they're always there).




    [/quote]


    I disagree. I "hate" the Pats. I can't stand Brady and that homeless looking coach of theirs. I have watched the Giants in all of their Super Bowls, and not even the 86 victory was as sweet as the SB victory over the Pats. This game to me is extremely important to cement our victory in SB 42. I want the "Brady" Pats to be remembered as never being able to beat the Giants in the big game. I don't want them to get any semblance of revenge.
    [/quote]

    Co-sign this 1000%. I do not want a SB loss! I want Victory to cap off this amazing post season run. Anything but W on SB sunday is a complete failure to Me! Knock off the 15-1 defending SB Champs only to go to the SB to come up short! Nah Son! That can't haaaappen at ALLLLLLL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: NE Fans not sweating this rematch

    I would be sweating if I was a NE fan. The first time you beat a team all year over 0.500 was on Sunday and we know how unconvincing of a win that was. Also Brady got outplayed big time by Joe Flacco. I would be sweating knowing that the Giants are going to come after Brady like last Super Bowl and you can expect him to be on his back a lot. Of course my concern is that Brady is an untouchable and if you lay a hit on him the refs may call a roughing. When he gets hit, unlike Eli proved on Sunday, his panties get in a bunch.

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    Re: NE Fans not sweating this rematch

    [quote user="mstray92"][quote user="Medisleman"][quote user="JJC7301"]

    I don't get the feeling that Giants fans aren't sweating this rematch either.* We feel that we are the more complete team, but you've got HOFs in TB and BB and you guys are this era's dynasty -- nobody can ever take that for granted.




    You guys have a much better chance than "Any Given Sunday" and you should be favored because of your 13-3 record and your D getting consistently better over the course of the season.* We're not sweating this rematch, but we're certainly aware of who we're playing (you're not the 'boys and we're not the Jets).* You guys have the weapons, experience, and leadership to make just 1 or 2 mistakes on the Giants' part*into a blow-out of a game.




    We're proud of our team, but I think that most of us respect who the Pats are and their accomplishments.* We just don't fear you anymore like other teams do, and I certainly don't believe that most of us "hate" the Pats like we hate the Eagles.* I see it is as a mutual respect for two great organizations that deal with a lot of jealous haters from their own rivals in their respective conferences.*




    And believe me -- I know that even if you do win this SB, it'll never wash away SB 42.* I've made that point on these boards a few times today.* It was just too historically significant, and I don't say that to rub it in, but just state it as fact.




    I checked your boards out already -- you've got a lot of good, fair, classy, football-knowledgable fans which is nice to see after we had to deal with 49er fans for the past week (it's delicious to hear them whine.)




    From one "lucky team" to another (as our detractors are calling both of our teams), I wish you and your great organization the best of luck, but not too much luck of course.* If we lose, I'm glad that we'd lose to a classy organization like yours and not some bratty bunch of chest thumpers like the 49ers and Ravens.*




    I respect teams that act like they've been there before, and the Pats always do (because they're always there).




    *

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    I disagree.* I "hate" the Pats.* I can't stand Brady and that homeless looking coach of theirs.* I have watched the Giants in all of their Super Bowls, and not even the 86 victory was as sweet as the SB victory over the Pats.* This game to me is extremely important to cement our victory in SB 42.* I want the "Brady" Pats to be remembered as never being able to beat the Giants in the big game.* I don't want them to get any semblance of revenge.
    [/quote]

    Co-sign this 1000%.* I do not want a SB loss! I want Victory to cap off this amazing post season run. Anything but W on SB sunday is a complete failure to Me!* Knock off the 15-1 defending SB Champs only to go to the SB to come up short! Nah Son! That can't haaaappen at ALLLLLLL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    [/quote]

    I'm gonna puke.

    No one cares about the Patriots. I'm so sick of Prince Brady is his joyless sore sport coach who can't even shake the opponents hand after he gets beat.

    And then after playing out of our minds in the 07 playoff run we were blatantly disrespected with a 12 point spread and then after we win the damn game IM TOLD IT WAS A FLUKE! AND THAT IS WAS LUCK!!!

    Hey Pats. You guys like running the score up? Yeah that;s something to respect.

    Just remember bullies always end up with their faces in the dirt.
    My 5 year old son right before the kickoff of the Super Bowl 46: Dad, are the Giants gonna win?

    Burier: Yes.

    My 5 year old son right before the kickoff of Super Bowl 46: Do you promise?

    Burier: Yes. I promise.

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