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Old 11-13-2005, 04:26 PM   #31
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Memo to Tom Coughlin: if you're going to run the hook-and-lateral at the end of the game, run it to the *sidelines*, not back to the middle of the field.
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that was terrible... just like i think mike martz called in the end around when the vikings had the lead and just needed to run out the clock, i think he called in the last play of the game for the giants, too. how friggin stupid.

it's like in a basketball game when the team is down 3 with 4 seconds to go and some moron takes a layup... who friggin cares.

they need to throw the ball down the field on that... if there was nothing quick to the sideline, it needs to be to the endzone.
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Old 11-13-2005, 08:00 PM   #33
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Vikes may be better without Culpepper?

Bears' uniforms UGLY, gross and weird. When did that happen? Bad look! Sorry to see how far SF has fallen since Eddie lost the team to his sister

Colts follow pattern of get ahead, almost let the other team back in, then put it away. This happens in most games regardless of caliber or record of opponent. As long as they keep winning I don't care!

Redskin game was very intense and exciting, I agree with Gibbs that last TB TD was not in.

Damn you Frerotte, if only you had one more down!

Cardinals seriously need to change their uniforms! They always looked like fifth grader uniforms, but there are no cardinals in Arizona! Get a black or dark blue outfit and rename them the Rattlers or the Cacti or something and watch their performance level pick up!
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Bears' uniforms UGLY, gross and weird. When did that happen? Bad look!
They've been using them once a year for the past 2-3 years I believe. The only one people can buy is Urlacher's. And yes, they are ugly.
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Vikes may be better without Culpepper?
Statistically the Vikings were awful, they won because they were the first team in NFL history to return a kickoff, punt and INT for TD in one game, that accounted for 21 of their 24 points...Brad Johnson did not play a significant part in this win, with Culpepper they would have blown the Giants out.




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He'd have still thrown an incompletionand lost. He had 4 shots goal to go 2 weeks in a row to tie the game and failed, he stinks.

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They need an NFL QB to win, not a new name and uniforms. Their performance has nothing to do with what they're wearing, it has to do with a lack of talent and mediocre coaching.
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How the hell do the Giants lose to the Vikings the way they did? They just blew a golden opportunity to give themselves more of a buffer in the NFC East.

And Alstott was not in.
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Hewson
he stinks.[?QUOTE]

Actually I was surprised he even still had a career. I don't like him and he does stink, I just wanted the Pats to lose. But I don't like Miami either, never did.

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That is true, but changing the uniform does sometimes change the attitude of the team, like the 1981 Bengals. And it's still dumb to have Cardinals in the desert.
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And Alstott was not in.
Nope. Gibbs is very experienced, and a calm man, but he knew this and got upset with the call. He didn't throw a fit, but you could see the disgust on his face and in his hand motions.
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Statistically the Vikings were awful, they won because they were the first team in NFL history to return a kickoff, punt and INT for TD in one game, that accounted for 21 of their 24 points...Brad Johnson did not play a significant part in this win, with Culpepper they would have blown the Giants out.
the way culpepper was playing before he got injured? game probably would have gone the exact same way it did sunday... i actually might have given the giants a better shot, because culpepper had been a turnover waiting to happen.

sunday was the deffinition of the "trap" game. big home game the next week agains the eagles... the team that everyone's talking about... a game against a bad team without their starting quarterback.

only +'s i can take from it is that the giants defense played great once again... they dominated the vikings.

argh... i'm still pissed about this game. angry headache hath returned.
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i guess mcnabb's injuries only hurt when he's not doing endzone dances...
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McNabb just threw an INT for a TD and got his clock cleaned on the return. You happy now?
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McNabb just threw an INT for a TD and got his clock cleaned on the return. You happy now?
very

in fact, watching that almost made up for the patheticness of eli on sunday.

almost..
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back to back weeks of "d-nice" throwing crucial late game interceptions...
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Nope. Gibbs is very experienced, and a calm man, but he knew this and got upset with the call. He didn't throw a fit, but you could see the disgust on his face and in his hand motions.

Redskins seem to screw themselves with penalties and turnovers
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The Patriots have announced a few additions to their staff today:

Benjamin Franklin Peirce
John McIntyre
Charles Emerson Winchester III
Sherman Potter

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