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    Re: At least Giants lose to a very good team...

    [quote user="Redeyejedi"][quote user="Giantpasion"]At least Giants lose to a very good team... and almost win. My Cowboys struggle and lose to a really bad Cardinals team. Jason Garrett really stunk it up with his play calling and decision making last night! You guys might just roll into Dallas next week and put us away! No faith in my team anymore but what can I do... I'm a die hard CB fan!
    [/quote]Giants almost lost to them as well[/quote]yeah, the difference is we didn't

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    Re: At least Giants lose to a very good team...

    [quote user="bigblue58"][quote user="Giantpasion"]At least Giants lose to a very good team... and almost win. My Cowboys struggle and lose to a really bad Cardinals team. Jason Garrett really stunk it up with his play calling and decision making last night! You guys might just roll into Dallas next week and put us away! No faith in my team anymore but what can I do... I'm a die hard CB fan!
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    Sorry dude, but I've never accepted that argument from opposing fans, and I'm not going to accept it from a Giants fan!
    That argument is the "first cousin" of the phrase
    "the best team lost!"
    I despise that kind of logic.[/quote]

    I dunno... that logic can certainly be annoying, but justifiable in the NFL.

    NBA, NHL, MLB-- hard to argue since teams have to win entire series in order to advance, but in the NFL, sometimes a horrible team can have a great day and a really good team can have a bad one.

    At any rate, I think he was implying that there is, in fact, a moral victory to hanging around with the best. No one likes to hear that because it seems so empty, but when comparing and trying to predict how you'll do and the caliber of your team it's a valid source.

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