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#1681

Posted 4 days ago Edited by DOOM!, 4 days ago.


 

He beat an 18-0 team. He doesn't care.

What does that have anything to with now, or the past 2-3 seasons? Business is business.
 
Doesn't matter. You can't discredit him or the team for doing what most people think shouldn't have happened. I personally don't care if he threw 50 INTs. He's won the big game.. and done it twice already, with the first one coming at the helm of a MAJOR UPSET. You, me, everyone in this thread, and everyone else around the world has nothing on this guy.
Everyone who knows football knows the things he has done. I'm not discrediting him or his accomplishments, but if you think the New York Giants should give Eli Manning the 'Kobe Bryant Treatment' then you're off your f*cking rocker.

Yup he has won the big game, but if he plays the way he keeps playing and if the Giants keep surrounding Eli with blockers who simply can't block then he will be lucky to play in the playoffs ever again.

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#1682

Posted 4 days ago Edited by GankThis110, 4 days ago.

 
Also, Greenbay losing to the Bills? This season is, like I said, allll sorts of unpredictable.


I don't see why this is such a shocker for people. The Bills D is one of the most underrated in the league, and Jim Schwartz knows Rodgers all too well. Besides that, the Bills have owned the Packers even in the Favre era.

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#1683

Posted 3 days ago

 

 
Also, Greenbay losing to the Bills? This season is, like I said, allll sorts of unpredictable.


I don't see why this is such a shocker for people. The Bills D is one of the most underrated in the league, and Jim Schwartz knows Rodgers all too well. Besides that, the Bills have owned the Packers even in the Favre era.

 

 

She's a girl, gotta forgive her.

 

 

I thought Gb could have won but I wouldn't have been shocked, which I wasn't, if they didn't win. I actually lowered my pick'em points on them after thinking about it, good thing I did because I came in second this week. :^:


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#1684

Posted 2 days ago

The highest paid offensive player this year is getting benched. I've always liked Jay Cutler, but Bears should part ways, not unless they truly think he can lead them to the promise land and not Trestman.

Bears had a lot of potential to be a great team.

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#1685

Posted 2 days ago Edited by GTA3Rockstar, 2 days ago.

Yea, that's a pretty expensive paper weight they got over there in Chi town. lol

 

 

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#1686

Posted 2 days ago Edited by GankThis110, 2 days ago.

Yea, that's a pretty expensive paper weight they got over there in Chi town. lol
 
 
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LOL 10/10


Edit: I'm a Detroit fan I shouldn't laugh. I'm just gonna jinx em Sunday.

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#1687

Posted 11 hours ago

Alright I don't care if it's the Saints. I REALLY want to see the South champ advance. Advance to the NFC Championship. Why not? It's so fun to see the experts be wrong. Riseup


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#1688

Posted 10 hours ago

If it is any team from the South, the Saints would be the team to able to advance. A lot of talent and experience on that roster.

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#1689

Posted 5 hours ago

 

 

He beat an 18-0 team. He doesn't care.

What does that have anything to with now, or the past 2-3 seasons? Business is business.
 

Doesn't matter. You can't discredit him or the team for doing what most people think shouldn't have happened. I personally don't care if he threw 50 INTs. He's won the big game.. and done it twice already, with the first one coming at the helm of a MAJOR UPSET. You, me, everyone in this thread, and everyone else around the world has nothing on this guy.

 

Anyone who questions Eli should go look at the NFC championship game against the 49ers - buff said.

 

We all know Eli's not on the level of Brady, Rodgers or his brother. He's a good QB who's had moments of greatness. But in order for Eli to be successful, he needs a rock-solid o-line, which the Giants had during their SB runs. Diehl, Seubert, O'Hara, Snee -  those cats were studs, and Reese never replaced them.

 

Giants need to take a page from the Cowboys on rebuilding the line.


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Posted 4 hours ago

He beat an 18-0 team. He doesn't care.

What does that have anything to with now, or the past 2-3 seasons? Business is business.
Doesn't matter. You can't discredit him or the team for doing what most people think shouldn't have happened. I personally don't care if he threw 50 INTs. He's won the big game.. and done it twice already, with the first one coming at the helm of a MAJOR UPSET. You, me, everyone in this thread, and everyone else around the world has nothing on this guy.
Anyone who questions Eli should go look at the NFC championship game against the 49ers - buff said.
 
We all know Eli's not on the level of Brady, Rodgers or his brother. He's a good QB who's had moments of greatness. But in order for Eli to be successful, he needs a rock-solid o-line, which the Giants had during their SB runs. Diehl, Seubert, O'Hara, Snee -  those cats were studs, and Reese never replaced them.
 
Giants need to take a page from the Cowboys on rebuilding the line.

And a defense that can carry, which is why he has 2 rings.




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