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well Carr made that look easy...and since the 3rd Q Nicks has done a hell of a job for my Fantasy team
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This is the longest non-overtime game of all-time.
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Debacled.laugh.gif

That secondary has to get healthy.
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I think Henz0 loves S4LE.

He sure does love him some emoticons. Adds absolutely nothing to any topic he's in though.
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Nah he just hates anything NY related indifferent.gifindifferent.gifindifferent.gifindifferent.gif
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If you told me they would score 27 points despite all the nonsense I would chalk this up as a win, but Brees does this to every damn team. They've had the best offense for 2 years already by far. eek.gif

Bill Sheridan's game plan sure gave Brees him a very comfy cushion in this game though, he had 3x the pocket protection Brady has. laugh.gif

Tips cap.
post #489 of 503
*inserts long winded analysis of game and witty remarks in hopes of e-fame.


.....other than that, we just got our $!+ whopped.
post #490 of 503
I guess my first question would be... If this is last year's Giants and Spagnuolo is over there on the sidelines, do the Giants continue to rush 4 and get no pressure while Brees picks them apart in the first half?

Granted I tuned out a little after halftime, but I don't get why they weren't trying to bring more pressure early on..
post #491 of 503
Great win for the saints defense played great for another week and Drew lit that secondary up! pimp.gif
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post #493 of 503
Ate my words from the beginning of the week. Saints came to play and the Giants D, well...they must still be in New York. Tuck and Osi just looked unenthused, but when you get thrown all over like that I guess it's just the way it is.

Our offense didn't have much of a chance to get into rhythm, and that's mostly due to the Saints scoring at will in the first half. Fumble at the end of the half was huge, and it was a lost cause after 3.

On to the next one...Larry Fitz and Boldin in NY for our ailing secondary. Yikes.

Think I'm going to the game though, any other NTers gonna be there?

PS- if we see the Saints down the road again, hopefully it's Janurary in the Meadowlands where the nonsense that went down today won't happen.
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Originally Posted by Mez 0ne

If you told me they would score 27 points despite all the nonsense I would chalk this up as a win, but Brees does this to every damn team. They've had the best offense for 2 years already by far. image

Bill Sheridan's game plan sure gave Brees him a very comfy cushion in this game though, he had 3x the pocket protection Brady has. image

Tips cap.



Yep. We were a couple of dropped passes away from being in this game. Our young recievers showed that today.
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This loss hurts and it was a bad beating. But I take solace in the fact that it was just only our first loss and we lost to THE best team in the NFL.

My only gripe is the fact that Sheridan didnt make any changes in switching up the pass rush and bringing a safety or CB blitz every once in awhile and not pass rushing with the 4 DL for around 80% of the plays.

We were too scared of letting Brees beat us through the air and worried about Thomas gashing us on the ground
post #497 of 503
Sorry Giant fans... Not too many highlights this week.





























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post #498 of 503
Bradshaw/Jacobs actually ran well today (5 yards per carry), problem was the Giants were down quick so they had to abandon the run completely and force the issue.

The foot injury sucks because Eli can't get all the snaps in during the week.
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She's a problem in the streets.

Bradshaw/Jacobs actually ran well today (5 yards per carry), problem was the Giants were down quick so they had to abandon the run completely and force the issue.
Yep.

This game was straight Murphy's Law. No penetration by the defense, bad calls, wasted kickoff returns, blown 2min drills. All bad.

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game was over once webster dropped that int on the opening possession ...
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post #502 of 503
Dear Kurt, Marshall, Issac, and Torry:

Drew Brees would like a word with you.
post #503 of 503
It was a great offensive game. Both offensive teams played hard.

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So sad that in a game where it was the Saints racking up penalties we ******* do a face mask at the most crucial point in the game
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