2012 Super Bowl Champion New York Football Giants Thread

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Anyone care for a repeat?
 

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New York Football Giants win the 2012 MetLife Bowl 26-3. Contrats.

 

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Thank god that Amukamurah didnt break anything. The secondary really needs him on the field.
 

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He didn't break anything, but a moderate high-ankle sprain will probably keep him out until October. TT had better be able to come back from yet another knee injury, I don't like the idea of this secondary being a repeat of last years. The only saving grace was the ridiculousness of our DL

That being said, the biggest concern I have for this team right now is still the offensive line. Yes they can give Eli plenty of time to throw the ball, but why can't they open a fucking lane for Bradshaw or the kid from VA Tech to pick up 8 yards or more? Run blocking is just a wee bit important...
 

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yea that d-line is really going to have to dominate. The secondary is by far the weak link on this team.
 

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Pointless pre season but the Pats still can't beat the Giants.
 

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i know i chuckled

the giants played their starters a lot longer, did nothing and still won
 

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Heads up, NFL Network is premiering the 2011 Giants Americas Game tonight at 9 featuring interviews with Eli, Cruz and Tuck.
 

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Game night! So psyched for the Giants because the Yankees are fucking up and looks like there won't be any hockey for a while.
 

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Go Giants!!!
 

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If Tryon spends much more time on the field this year its going to be a long season. And what the hell happened to the D Line?
 

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I'm excited about Wilson but also worried. He fumbled the ball alot in college and in his second carry of his career he fumbles it.

Sloppy game, Cruz should have had some of those passes.



Bought a JPP Jersey from a co worker today.
 

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Let's take care of business against the Eagles this week. 10 days off and the Eagles are in a tailspin. Of course if history is any indication, the Giants will no-show this game at home.
 

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gah I might want to start Bennett over Davis now. Fuck! I don't know what to do! I've been agonizing over this call all week.
 

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Bernard, brown and Phillips are out. Nicks is questionable
 

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One of the most impressive things this season has been the OL play. Eli Manning has only been sacked 4 times!!!!. By far the best in the league(Every other QB has been sacked double digit times except Matt Schaub). They also have created good running lanes for Bradshaw, Wilson, and Brown. Their line is also one of the least penalized units in the league. Their OL was considered below average before coming into the season.
 

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Almost pulled off the classic fuck up at home vs a shit opponent, but thankfully Eli & Cruz pulled it together at the end. I didn't see the whole game but I hear Eli didn't play too well for much of it. I was screaming racial epithets after Griffen completed that 4th & 10 pass.
 

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Good thing they won. I live in the DC area and am already sick of the local media treating Griffin like he is a lock HOF'er. Plenty of QBs have had flash on the panel runs of promise only to fizzle out. I wouldn't start sizing up those 2015 SB rings just yet. A win over the Giants would have thrown way too much fuel on the fire. Even with the loss the Post is bleeding with ink on Griffin.

The Giants have to play better. If you give up 3-4 4th down conversions you deserve to lose.
 

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Eli played a good game but just had two bone head interceptions. Has anyone noticed that Stevie Brown has played very well in the absence of Kenny Phillips. He already has three picks.
 

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Holy shit what a shit show that turned out to be. Glad I turned it off at 23-0 to storm prep my house.
 

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I am the biggest Giant fan today. I'm glad they beat Dallas twice. But beating Green Bay would just be the bees knees.
 

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I am the biggest Giant fan today. I'm glad they beat Dallas twice. But beating Green Bay would just be the bees knees.
Once. The Giants dropped the season opener against Dallas.