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  1. Are you serious? If I lived anywhere near there I'd take every class. He'd get sick of me.
  2. well, now I'm all pumped up and real football is still months away. thanks.
  3. Yeah it's too bad you weren't a fan back then, cause they'll never do it again. And we can tell how satisfied you are with the cowgirls, by how much time you spend here.
  4. Video with link. http://www.nj.com/giants/index.ssf/2009/05...d_diehl_po.html New York Giants' David Diehl pokes fun at Brett Favre in comedy club debut by Mike Garafolo/The Star-Ledger Thursday May 21, 2009, 5:12 PM John Munson/The Star-Ledger The New York Giants' David Diehl got a lot of laughs posing as Brett Favre during his sketch comedy act Wednesday night at Comix Comedy Club in Manhattan. NEW YORK - I'm an objective football writer, so I don't sit in the press box before a game and think, "Wow, I hope David Diehl doesn't embarrass himself on the field." It's not
  5. yikes. according to TSN's profile of Nicks, he scored an 11 on the wonderlic.
  6. You've probably heard about his twatting blame for homo and Garrett, the local radio host here said it best, 'just what we needed, another forum for TO.' lmao
  7. Looks good, but if we don't win the superbowl, we're the 2007 Cowboys.
  8. Ofcourse, but in the end we're still talking about a team sport. It's KG's job to get it done, with or without Burress, and there were times he did just that, and times he left us scratching our heads. It's not like that Philly game was ever out of our reach without Burress. Kiwi adjusted well, he just wasn't ready to play DE, weight wise. But as good as he played, he's not Osi, our team sack leader since 2004.
  9. Most here aren't that stupid dog. You're transparent. If you were trying to be subtle, you blew that a long time ago. 1. That's a popular point of the entire league, not simply this fan base. 2. Probably around 50% of all nfl fans would agree with you. But I should point out that Manning pretty much shut you up by winning the superbowl mvp. Don't hear much from you on that topic lately. 3. True, but those nasty dirty cowturds aren't the 'average sports organization' are they? 4. That's the popular opinion here numbnuts.
  10. True, Plax made a huge difference, even when he was only catching 2 or 3 balls a game, but you can't excuse the OC for losing ONE guy, it's part of the game. We did lose Osi in the preseason, but that's worse than losing a guy for 7 games last time I checked. Yeah we had time to adjust, but Kiwi wasn't ready to play de, and it showed. Couldn't agree more about Toomer though. That got ugly fast. It may not be fair to measure with the post-plax games, but such is life. Gilbride has produced points without Plax before, our running game was best in the league, and our defense was top 5.
  11. Let's not get carried away with our own bullshit doggy. It's not countless, it's a few. A few is about right considering the slump our offense was in for 4 out of the last 5 games, and the bad taste the playoff loss left in everyone's mouth. And let's not try and sell the 'giants fans should this... or giants fans should that'. You're a closet fan, keep your opinions in the closet with your team. Fact is, most are pleased with our offensive production and displeased with how last season ended at the, get this........, SAME TIME!!!!!!! Wow is that possible? Did you ever imagine? Ask
  12. Just wait til Bomar solidifies a roster spot. We won't hear the end of it.
  13. Do you listen to yourself? That's exactly what you want. You want an unbiased review of each game, with nothing carrying over from last week, good or bad. He didn't say Gilbride was a schmuck, he's discussing ONE GAME. Besides, you already stated he's climbed far up Gilbride's ass, so if there were any bias, it'd be in KG's favor.
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