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  posted on 10/30/2005 at 09:32 PM
I'm a big Giants fan, and even after the convincing win today, I still have my doubts. That game should/could have been ten times worse if they stuck in end zone 3 more times. Although it's good to know Feeley is pretty damn good.

Redskins are/were overrated.

I still think the Giants defensive backs are toast, which leads me to believe things could get ugly against a team like Philly.

I guess time will tell....


This feel about the same way this guy does:
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[Edited on 10/31/2005 by jim]

 
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  posted on 10/30/2005 at 11:24 PM
J! E! T! S!
JETS.... JETS.... JETS

hhahhaha I wish that meant something... why do they always have to do this??!! I wait all year for this crap. W/e I still love 'em

 

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  posted on 10/31/2005 at 01:24 AM
Actually, Philly is overrated if you ask me. I think Donovan McNabb needs to ride the pine for a bit if not longer because he is washed up and has no heart for the game--as evidenced by his pathetic performance in the Super bowl last year--. The Giants lead the league in scoring and their defense has made great adjustments as demonstrated today against the leagues third leading offense. The Deadskins were picked to win and instead they were crushed and humiliated. They only crossed the fifty yard line thrice in today's game and it looks as if a quarterback controversy is in the making in DC. The Giants have SF and then the Vikes in the next two weeks before going up against the Beagles. Maybe if coaching staff on the Eagles show some guts and bench McNabb they might have a chance but they won't because of PC and institutional pressure. What really sucks about NY sports is that the dumba$$ mayor of NYC could not get the Jets or Giants back to NY, instead they will be in NJ for the rest of my life as it seems now. They could have also flattened the Nassau Coliseum and built a new sports complex there, but instead more Jets and Giants players and fans will succumb to cancer by playing ball in the toxic wasteland known as the Jersey flats. Wake up New Yorkers first the Giants split and then Grumman Aerospace.
 

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  posted on 10/31/2005 at 08:12 AM
Watch out for the Cowboys. They are starting to show spurts of being the real deal. eagles are done, Skins are overrated. I think it cmes down the Giants and Cowboys at the end of the season. Should be a great finish!
 

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  posted on 10/31/2005 at 08:30 AM
Sounds good to me
 

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  posted on 10/31/2005 at 08:52 AM
JETS means something, Just End The Season!
 

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  posted on 10/31/2005 at 08:54 AM
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JETS means something, Just End The Season!

LOL!

 

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  posted on 10/31/2005 at 10:18 AM
The Giants look good. The Eagles are definitely struggling, but this:
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I think Donovan McNabb needs to ride the pine for a bit if not longer because he is washed up and has no heart for the game

is so stupid, it doesn't even deserve comment.

 

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  posted on 10/31/2005 at 11:20 AM
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it hurt the Redskins that their best defensive lineman, Cornelius Griffin, who might just be the best interior lineman in the league against the run, could participate for only a couple of plays because of a flexor injury. --Michael Wilbon


But the key on defense was the Giants putting pressure on Brunnel with just 4 rushers.
Helped to shore up a weak secondary. MIght be hard to repeat against a good pass
blocking team. Redskinks recievers/backs also seemed to have a very bad case of whoopsies.

 

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  posted on 10/31/2005 at 11:21 AM
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The Giants look good. The Eagles are definitely struggling, but this:
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I think Donovan McNabb needs to ride the pine for a bit if not longer because he is washed up and has no heart for the game

is so stupid, it doesn't even deserve comment.


The comment neglects that McNabb is playing with some very painful injuries.
He is tough, and dangerous even when hurt.

 

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  posted on 10/31/2005 at 01:55 PM
Many Philly fans and even some of their player stated that had they put Koy Detmer in the game against NE that they probably would have won the Super Bowl. Mc Nabb ran out of steam and he looked confused if not bewildered on the two minute drill let alone the no huddle when there was time to get some more points on the board. Mc Nabb will never play in the Super bowl again and that is that. If they expect to do well against a humiliated Redskin Football team next week they might want to consider my advice and pull McNAbb if he does no start to produce anything. OR better yet leave him in the game and let him get nice and tendered up some more so the Blue Crush can be on him like a bum on a baloney sandwich, the Beagles have a short week after playing Dallas on Monday night and then they will travel north to the Land of the Giants.
 

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  posted on 10/31/2005 at 02:28 PM
I'd have to agree that McNabb is a pretty tough cookie, both mentally and physically. But in the NFL you have to be able to run the ball at least some, and the Eagles can barely run at all, and hardly even try any more. That means a lot more pressure on a less mobile McNabb. He's having to rush his throws sometimes even on the three step drops. Couple that with a questionable secondary (at least so far this year) and a defense spending too much time on the field and you've got problems. The Eagles have to at least make an attempt at a ground game to have a chance this year. I really don't see them winning the division, let alone having homefield advantage throughout. Seeing them miss the playoffs would truly break my heart.
 

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  posted on 10/31/2005 at 02:46 PM
Going back to what I stated earlier in the season and that is the Super Bowl goes through Indianapolis this year. The Colts are looking amazing and seem to be improving with every week. I hope that the younger Manning lives up to what his brother has done. A Manning vs. Manning Super Bowl would be on for the books, but there are many games to be played and the season is still wide open.
 

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  posted on 11/1/2005 at 08:43 AM
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Right now, the eagles are .500 team. They are a good team, but playing at a mediocre level.

But that's right now. By the end of the season, the Birds will have home field advantage throughout with a first round bye. They will be the best team in the NFC again. I have no doubts.




I'm doubting....the Eagles can't run the ball. Period. This leaves a one dimensional offensive attack led by an obviously hurt quarterback. Now they play three division opponents in a row, two on the road. I'm not exactly filled with confidence. The schedule gets better down the road, and 10-6 still looks possible, but reaching the playoffs with a hurt McNabb could be a recipe for playoff disaster.

 

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