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  • Giants, Please Save Us From A Nightmare Scenario

    Only the Giants can now stop the worst possible Super Bowl situation, Cheatriots vs. whiners. If it happens, who do you pull for?? What a horrible dilemma to have to make a choice on.

    GO GIANTS!!

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    Re: Giants, Please Save Us From A Nightmare Scenario

    Just like Superbowl 42 I've just, temporarily, become a huge Giants fan. I don't care how they do it, they can fake all the injuries they want just win 2 games in the next 2 weeks!!!

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    • #3
      Re: Giants, Please Save Us From A Nightmare Scenario

      Well, you have one-half of your (and mine) nightmare in place. The Ravens just had a TD catched knocked out of the receivers hands and then missed a gimmie FG to tie.
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      • #4
        Re: Giants, Please Save Us From A Nightmare Scenario

        Originally posted by TheBritishRam View Post
        Just like Superbowl 42 I've just, temporarily, become a huge Giants fan. I don't care how they do it, they can fake all the injuries they want just win 2 games in the next 2 weeks!!!
        Yes to this ... god i loathe the whiners and the newenglandcheatalots

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        • #5
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          There have been an awful lot of 'non-calls' for holding by the Whiners. Amazing how the refs seem to catch the Giants making all sorts of penalties. I HATE THE WHINERS...AND THEIR @#%!& FANS.
          That's my story, and I'm sticking to it!!

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          • #6
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            ... sigh ... you know it is not your season ... when the team wins two games and the two teams you despise most make it to the superbowl ... i'm off to have a beer.

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            • #7
              Re: Giants, Please Save Us From A Nightmare Scenario

              Originally posted by Truth View Post
              There have been an awful lot of 'non-calls' for holding by the Whiners. Amazing how the refs seem to catch the Giants making all sorts of penalties. I HATE THE WHINERS...AND THEIR @#%!& FANS.
              Yeah, their classless, idiotic fans were cheering and booing at the big screen all through the National Anthem.

              Originally posted by nuclearman View Post
              ... sigh ... you know it is not your season ... when the team wins two games and the two teams you despise most make it to the superbowl ... i'm off to have a beer.
              Don't go yet, the whiners haven't won anything. Eli Manning is a stone cold killer when the game is on the line.

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              • #8
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                Booyah!! Thank you New York Football Giants! Now I can watch the Super Bowl.

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                • #9
                  Re: Giants, Please Save Us From A Nightmare Scenario

                  The nightmare ends!!! Thank you Giants.
                  That's my story, and I'm sticking to it!!

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                  • #10
                    Re: Giants, Please Save Us From A Nightmare Scenario

                    Originally posted by r8rh8rmike View Post
                    Don't go yet, the whiners haven't won anything. Eli Manning is a stone cold killer when the game is on the line.
                    ... aaaahhh a refreshing beer cures all .... WHINERS OUT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

                    - go giants (just until superbowl is over)

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                    • #11
                      Re: Giants, Please Save Us From A Nightmare Scenario

                      Not surprised here, the Whiners have always sucked to begin with, and what better way to suck than through muffing a punt at OT.

                      Now let's see Eli get more rings than Big Brother Peyton, LOL.


                      ♪ R.I.P. Nujabes ♫

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                      • #12
                        Re: Giants, Please Save Us From A Nightmare Scenario

                        Eli should win, so he can sit around the family table at thanksgiving and wear both his rings....just to rub it in a little.
                        "I've been saving the Universe for over a thousand years. I figure it owes me just this once."

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                        • #13
                          Re: Giants, Please Save Us From A Nightmare Scenario

                          The Giants will need an elephant gun to slow down Wilfork. But little Victor Cruz and the Giants can win this one. Probably the two most well rounded teams, so it should be a good finale.?

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                          • #14
                            Re: Giants, Please Save Us From A Nightmare Scenario

                            Manningham, Cruz and Nicks should wreck havoc on the Pats secondary. should be fun to watch Pats lose twice to the Giants in a Superbowl.

                            I still have flashbacks of "the almost sack, the heave, the helmet catch"

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