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Old 01-22-2008, 09:33 PM   #691
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Headache, question for you.

Do you, as a fan, really hope Brady is hurt for the game, and less than 100%, or do you want to see the Giants play and hopefully beat the Pats with them at full strength, so there are no excuses? I'm really curious, because I do not know how I'd feel. Part of me just wants my team to win, circumstances be damned, and part of me, I guess the part of me that's big on sportsmanship, would want the opponent at full strength.
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On the flip side of that, I remember when Nova lost to UNC by one in the tournament ... without Curtis Sumpter, their best player. That one hurt. Oh, what could have been...

Also, the bullshit travelling call, but that's water under the bridge (sort of).
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Do you, as a fan, really hope Brady is hurt for the game, and less than 100%, or do you want to see the Giants play and hopefully beat the Pats with them at full strength, so there are no excuses?
I would.

But, then again, I can be a bit of a jackass sometimes.
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I love that movie.
Me too.

"Actually we play football, I believe you call it SOCCER!!!"
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I would.

But, then again, I can be a bit of a jackass sometimes.


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Psst...Brady, mild high ankle sprain. Don't tell anybody.
sheesh... that would keep Ladanian Tomlinson out for 3 months.
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Headache, question for you.

Do you, as a fan, really hope Brady is hurt for the game, and less than 100%, or do you want to see the Giants play and hopefully beat the Pats with them at full strength, so there are no excuses? I'm really curious, because I do not know how I'd feel. Part of me just wants my team to win, circumstances be damned, and part of me, I guess the part of me that's big on sportsmanship, would want the opponent at full strength.
i would prefer if they beat them at full strength, but i would not shed a tear if they won because of an injury. it is part of the game, and it only goes to make this run that the pats are on all the more impressive, because injuries are so common in the NFL.

no one was crying for the giants went phil simms went down in 1990. when they were 2 touchdown underdogs against an "unstoppable offense" lead by questionable quarterback jeff hostettler

gostkowski... wide right. giants 20, patriots 19
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Dude, don't you mean Scott Norwood, wide right?
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umm, no.

read again you will.
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no one was crying for the giants went phil simms went down in 1990. when they were 2 touchdown underdogs against an "unstoppable offense" lead by questionable quarterback jeff hostettler

They were only 7.5-8 point dogs.
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i believe it started at 13 1/2 and shrunk as the week went along. somebody find whitney houston.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_Bowl_XXV

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Super Bowl XXV
1 2 3 4 Total
Bills 3 9 0 7 19
Giants 3 7 7 3 20

Date January 27, 1991
Stadium Tampa Stadium
City Tampa, Florida
MVP Ottis Anderson, Running back
Favorite Bills by 8
National anthem Whitney Houston
Coin toss Pete Rozelle
Referee Jerry Seeman
Halftime show New Kids on the Block
Attendance 73,813
TV in the United States
Network ABC
Announcers Al Michaels, Dan Dierdorf, and Frank Gifford
Nielsen Ratings 41.8
Market share 63
Cost of 30-second commercial US$800,000
I think it was always around 7.5 or 8. (I know, I gave the points
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No way the line dropped 5.5 points from its opening.
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I remember that halftime show.
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