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Old 02-04-2008, 09:33 PM   #511
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Default Re: SUPERBOWL XLII Game Thread: New York Giants vs. New England Patriots

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Patriots will win by at least two touchdowns. At first I thought it would be close but the more I think about it, its Patriots all the way. Especially since the roof is gonna be closed which means slicker fields and a tougher time for the Giants DEs.

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Old 02-04-2008, 09:33 PM   #512
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I am barely looking forward to this game...

I predict a blow out

the first time they played the Pats had some seriously mishaps early on and it made the game seem closer than it really was...


Pats : 38

Giants : 17

Dallas fans...
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Old 02-04-2008, 09:35 PM   #513
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The Patriots are the best team ever.There going to go 19-0 ARE YOU KIDDING ME?In this day and age with free agency and cap space thats incredible.When the Dolphins did it there team stayed together for 8 years i heard.This team practically got set-up this year.19-0 HISTORY IS BEING MADE TOMORROW NIGHT.

BTW *** the jealous haters around the world involving spy-gate.Its a disgrace to bring that up during Super Bowl Sunday week.They got caught in Week 1 and they didn't lose 1 friggin game since.Face it media this team is THAT good.Belicheck is the best coach ever.

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Old 02-04-2008, 09:36 PM   #514
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Default Re: SUPERBOWL XLII Game Thread: New York Giants vs. New England Patriots

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1 hour away from HISTORY.

This is the game that you will tell your grandkids that once upon a time there was a perfect team.
Just like your grandaddy told you about Murderer's row the Fav Five,Broad street bullies or Bad Boys. This team will mecome legendary in sports history. 07 Pats. Perfection
Pats 35-17

Bro, you've been saying the Giants were going to lose since Tampa Bay, Leave the board.

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Patz by 25.

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Old 02-04-2008, 09:45 PM   #515
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Why did Justin Tuck not win Super Bowl MVP? the NFL is QB biased, I hate it.
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Old 02-04-2008, 09:48 PM   #516
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Why did Justin Tuck not win Super Bowl MVP? the NFL is QB biased, I hate it.

Tuck had 2 sacks, 6 tackles and Knocked Brady on his ass numerous of times but it had to go to Eli man come on.

The Defense was the real MVP but Eli was trailing by 4 with 2 minutes left and drove the ball over 80 yards on one of the best defense in the league while at the same time being in the superbowl with crazy pressure. He silenced the critics and he had to scored a TD not a field goal.
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Old 02-04-2008, 09:49 PM   #517
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Default Re: SUPERBOWL XLII Game Thread: New York Giants vs. New England Patriots

I thought it should have been Tuck too, but I understand Eli winning it...
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Old 02-04-2008, 09:56 PM   #518
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congatulations Giants fans
you earned it


One heck of a Superbowl. Manning showed he's nails.

I gotta give it up to Belichick - he went over to shake Coughlin's hand, AND told the official to forget the remaining second (you could see him talking to the official). It was only when the stupid officials made them hike the ball again that he was already off the field.

The official (who's the same one who threw some bad calls against the Cardinals this year) shouldn't be in the job any more - when the other coach says "forget it", then ya forget it.

The play where they had Manning and he got away and completed that pass won the Super Bowl for the Giants. That play will haunt the Pats players and me for awhile. Manning stepped into a new echelon last night.

The Pack game should have told the Pats something. And that something was that they needed to prepare and practice like they had never done before. And the way the game was played makes me believe that the NYG took the preparation for the game far more seriously than the NEP.

The ending was intense. It could have went either way. The Giants played outstanding defense, kept the game close and made a few unbelievable catches in order to come away with the Victory. I knew they could do it after what happened in week 17, but actually doing it was something to watch. It was a great Superbowl. The Patriots are still one of the best all time NFL teams in history, but the Giants made a mark in NFL history of their own. Little Manning, it couldn't have ended any sweeter after the Colts were knocked out. Great job to both teams for putting on a great Superbowl game. Now, the dreaded off-season.

What the hell are you talking about? The ref should lose his job for following the NFL RULEBOOK? There was no question that the last second had to be run off the clock.
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Old 02-04-2008, 10:00 PM   #519
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What the hell are you talking about? The ref should lose his job for following the NFL RULEBOOK? There was no question that the last second had to be run off the clock.
with belichick you follow all the rules... you leave that last second on the clock and the pats will be lodging a protest with the league offices monday for an incomplete game and they want a rematch...lol
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Old 02-04-2008, 11:43 PM   #520
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Did anyone else get the feeling that the Giants knew New England's snap count? I'm not trying to imply they were cheating, but I think New England could of definitely caught them offside a few more times if they used the hard count. And the thing I noticed is when the Patriots drove down the field Brady had more time to throw the ball because they were going on that longer count.

Did anyone else notice that or is just me?
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I thought it should have been Tuck too, but I understand Eli winning it...

They should of just given it to the whole Giants defensive lineman.
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Old 02-05-2008, 12:06 AM   #522
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I wrote this re-cap after the Super Bowl. It's different from everything else that I've read in the post-game overload. Let me know what you think.

New York Earns Giant Upset
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Old 02-05-2008, 12:07 AM   #523
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Old 02-05-2008, 01:16 AM   #524
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I gotta give it up to Belichick - he went over to shake Coughlin's hand, AND told the official to forget the remaining second (you could see him talking to the official). It was only when the stupid officials made them hike the ball again that he was already off the field.


You don't think opposing coaches wanted to throw the towel when facing the patriots this year? They all took it like a man and played until the game was officially over.

Belichick is a chump and should of turned around when he knew there was time remaining, who the fk is he to tell the official when to end the game?

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Old 02-05-2008, 10:31 AM   #525
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Many of the recent teams (the past 6 I believe, but don't quote me on it), that lost the super bowl have failed to make the playoffs the next season. I just can't see that happening with New England. I do wonder what the "hangover" effect will be, though. I can't help but wonder if they will replace some of the older guys with flashy, big-name free agents? I think that would be a mistake. I could almost see this team turning into a New York Yankees of the NFL, of sorts. They will perhaps start throwing around a lot of cash to guys with big names, but may not necessarily fit into the team concept (though NFL is different and the big names the Pats got this past off season fit in just fine).
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