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    Hahaha, and so the downfall begins. Jints just not that good this year.

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    You know the Giants were 6-6 after 12 games last year, right? 

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    Yip. Different team my man, different team. These guys will not repeat, the fear of them on this forum has almost become a positive superstition.

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    They might not get in but if they do, they have as good a chance as anyone.
     

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    Someone will beat them.

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    Bold prediction.

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    NFC is wide open. Best team (record-wise) is arguably the most prefered playoff matchup. Only potential team that I don't give much of a chance would be SEA, since they would prob have to play 3 road playoff games.

    Swap SEA with the Redskins and there is no team that I would count out.

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    I agree to an extent but clearly I'm in the minority around here in thinking that if the Giants get in, they are the favorite.  If they go to ATL and win, that gives them wins over the other top 3 teams in the NFC.

    I still think we're getting Pats vs. Giants epidsode 3.

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    sf can be equally dominating. depends which day it is.

    eli would be easier to contain than kaepernic

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    amazing-after all eli has done to the pats -and being an 8 year vet-u still give a f***ing rookie who has played two games more respect

    and u expect anyone to take that seriously?

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    jint, 

       you might by now know that im respectful and thoughtful. before you jump to a conclusion like that perhaps as a result of emotions around the loss or the lateness in the eve or both (or an accusation  as to my intelligense, acumen, or sanity) .....

    re iterating the words i said, "eli would be easier to CONTAIN than kaepernic" (empahsis added). 

     
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    Hahaha, and so the downfall begins. Jints just not that good this year.

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    You know the Giants were 6-6 after 12 games last year, right? 

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    Yip. Different team my man, different team. These guys will not repeat, the fear of them on this forum has almost become a positive superstition.

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    They might not get in but if they do, they have as good a chance as anyone.
     

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    Someone will beat them.

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    Bold prediction.

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    NFC is wide open. Best team (record-wise) is arguably the most prefered playoff matchup. Only potential team that I don't give much of a chance would be SEA, since they would prob have to play 3 road playoff games.

    Swap SEA with the Redskins and there is no team that I would count out.

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    I agree to an extent but clearly I'm in the minority around here in thinking that if the Giants get in, they are the favorite.  If they go to ATL and win, that gives them wins over the other top 3 teams in the NFC.

    I still think we're getting Pats vs. Giants epidsode 3.

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    sf can be equally dominating. depends which day it is.

    eli would be easier to contain than kaepernic

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    amazing-after all eli has done to the pats -and being an 8 year vet-u still give a f***ing rookie who has played two games more respect

    and u expect anyone to take that seriously?

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    jint, 

       you might by now know that im respectful and thoughtful. before you jump to a conclusion like that perhaps as a result of emotions around the loss or the lateness in the eve or both (or an accusation  as to my intelligense, acumen, or sanity) .....

    re iterating the words i said, "eli would be easier to CONTAIN than kaepernic" (empahsis added). 

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    Of course, he's a scrambler ... on that note, Brady would be easier to contain as well, not that I'm saying Eli is in Brady's class.

     
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    Hahaha, and so the downfall begins. Jints just not that good this year.

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    You know the Giants were 6-6 after 12 games last year, right? 

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    Yip. Different team my man, different team. These guys will not repeat, the fear of them on this forum has almost become a positive superstition.

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    They might not get in but if they do, they have as good a chance as anyone.
     

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    Someone will beat them.

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    Bold prediction.

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    You really think so? Seems a small risk to me.

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    31 teams will lose, saying "someone will beat them" is pretty safe.

    The Giants are up a game but based on schedules the Skins almost have a the inside track to the division title now.  The reality is the Giants have laid beat downs on what might be the 2 best other teams in the NFC and they still play ATL.

     

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    What has 31 teams losing have to do with me saying that someone will beat one specific team? Answer: very little. You say its a bold prediction, then you say its pretty safe to predict that. The Giants got a "beatdown" put on them by Dallas and Cincinatti, the beatdown they put on GB was basically on a handicapped team, and SF is not the same team they were for the NY game. 

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    That's right; they were beat by the Rams.

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    And they put a "beatdown" on the Bears, while the Giants were beatdown-ed by the Bengals. What is your point? The Rams are an intradivisional foe (Like NY losing tonight and getting swet by an RG III-less Redskins team last year?) What was NY's excuse at Cincy? How abut at home against Pitt?

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    First of all, anyone can beat anyone. For example, why did the Pats lose to Ariz? On top of that, do I really have to explain that one? It was obvious to many football experts that the team was affected by Sandy. While that's not a total excuse, you should have known that.

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    Phantom holding call against GRONK on the game winning TD run, called by some dude who's currently running the register at a Soft Serve Yogurt Shop.

     
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    that was a very good game last night

     
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    Hahaha, and so the downfall begins. Jints just not that good this year.

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    You know the Giants were 6-6 after 12 games last year, right? 

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    Yip. Different team my man, different team. These guys will not repeat, the fear of them on this forum has almost become a positive superstition.

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    They might not get in but if they do, they have as good a chance as anyone.
     

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    Someone will beat them.

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    Bold prediction.

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    You really think so? Seems a small risk to me.

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    31 teams will lose, saying "someone will beat them" is pretty safe.

    The Giants are up a game but based on schedules the Skins almost have a the inside track to the division title now.  The reality is the Giants have laid beat downs on what might be the 2 best other teams in the NFC and they still play ATL.

     

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    What has 31 teams losing have to do with me saying that someone will beat one specific team? Answer: very little. You say its a bold prediction, then you say its pretty safe to predict that. The Giants got a "beatdown" put on them by Dallas and Cincinatti, the beatdown they put on GB was basically on a handicapped team, and SF is not the same team they were for the NY game. 

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    That's right; they were beat by the Rams.

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    And they put a "beatdown" on the Bears, while the Giants were beatdown-ed by the Bengals. What is your point? The Rams are an intradivisional foe (Like NY losing tonight and getting swet by an RG III-less Redskins team last year?) What was NY's excuse at Cincy? How abut at home against Pitt?

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    Bengals are on a tear. Besides, it means nothing when the playoffs start, anyone that overlooks the Giants (if they do get in) is crazy.

     
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    Hahaha, and so the downfall begins. Jints just not that good this year.

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    You know the Giants were 6-6 after 12 games last year, right? 

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    Yip. Different team my man, different team. These guys will not repeat, the fear of them on this forum has almost become a positive superstition.

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    They might not get in but if they do, they have as good a chance as anyone.
     

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    Someone will beat them.

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    Bold prediction.

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    You really think so? Seems a small risk to me.

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    31 teams will lose, saying "someone will beat them" is pretty safe.

    The Giants are up a game but based on schedules the Skins almost have a the inside track to the division title now.  The reality is the Giants have laid beat downs on what might be the 2 best other teams in the NFC and they still play ATL.

     

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    What has 31 teams losing have to do with me saying that someone will beat one specific team? Answer: very little. You say its a bold prediction, then you say its pretty safe to predict that. The Giants got a "beatdown" put on them by Dallas and Cincinatti, the beatdown they put on GB was basically on a handicapped team, and SF is not the same team they were for the NY game. 

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    That's right; they were beat by the Rams.

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    And they put a "beatdown" on the Bears, while the Giants were beatdown-ed by the Bengals. What is your point? The Rams are an intradivisional foe (Like NY losing tonight and getting swet by an RG III-less Redskins team last year?) What was NY's excuse at Cincy? How abut at home against Pitt?

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    First of all, anyone can beat anyone. For example, why did the Pats lose to Ariz? On top of that, do I really have to explain that one? It was obvious to many football experts that the team was affected by Sandy. While that's not a total excuse, you should have known that.

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    Phantom holding call against GRONK on the game winning TD run, called by some dude who's currently running the register at a Soft Serve Yogurt Shop.

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    I knew that someone would make that response. The point is, it's the NFL, and in 2012, it's a parity driven league by the powers that be. Anybody can beat anybody. I don't think there's been a point spread over 2 TDs all year.

     
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    Hahaha, and so the downfall begins. Jints just not that good this year.

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    You know the Giants were 6-6 after 12 games last year, right? 

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    Yip. Different team my man, different team. These guys will not repeat, the fear of them on this forum has almost become a positive superstition.

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    They might not get in but if they do, they have as good a chance as anyone.
     

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    Someone will beat them.

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    Bold prediction.

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    NFC is wide open. Best team (record-wise) is arguably the most prefered playoff matchup. Only potential team that I don't give much of a chance would be SEA, since they would prob have to play 3 road playoff games.

    Swap SEA with the Redskins and there is no team that I would count out.

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    I agree to an extent but clearly I'm in the minority around here in thinking that if the Giants get in, they are the favorite.  If they go to ATL and win, that gives them wins over the other top 3 teams in the NFC.

    I still think we're getting Pats vs. Giants epidsode 3.

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    sf can be equally dominating. depends which day it is.

    eli would be easier to contain than kaepernic

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    amazing-after all eli has done to the pats -and being an 8 year vet-u still give a f***ing rookie who has played two games more respect

    and u expect anyone to take that seriously?

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    jint, 

       you might by now know that im respectful and thoughtful. before you jump to a conclusion like that perhaps as a result of emotions around the loss or the lateness in the eve or both (or an accusation  as to my intelligense, acumen, or sanity) .....

    re iterating the words i said, "eli would be easier to CONTAIN than kaepernic" (empahsis added). 

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    Of course, he's a scrambler ... on that note, Brady would be easier to contain as well, not that I'm saying Eli is in Brady's class.

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    im talking about qbs wed have to beat. we dont have to face brady :)

     

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