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The Giants are rather fired up

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The Giants beat the Patriots and then enjoyed the huge road win like they won the Super Bowl.

Brandon Jacobs led the Giants in lifting Tom Coughlin above their shoulders after the game.

“I personally did that, and Coughlin’s a little heavy, a little heavy,” Jacobs said via ESPNNewYork.com.

Safety Antrel Rolle on the win: “Everybody’s pumped. Everybody’s swagged out. We represented something today.”

Eli(te) Manning on what he was thinking on the team’s game-winning drive:

“The fact that the last time we played when we had a two-minute drive to win the game,” Manning said.

That sounds about right. Oh, by the way Eagles: You really need to win Monday night.

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  1. rcampore says: Nov 6, 2011 10:16 PM

    An interesting fact that John Costas brought up just now that Ballard wore number 85 and Tyree wore the same number as well. I think number 85 is a bad number for the Pats, lol.

    It was a big game. There is a lot of season left, but if we just play one game at a time and keep fighting to the end, we have a great shot.

  2. waussau says: Nov 6, 2011 10:18 PM

    What Eli was really thinking: “I really wish Nicks was here”

  3. derekjetersmansion says: Nov 6, 2011 10:19 PM

    The Pats are nothing special. Have fun being blown out in SF.

  4. bigd88 says: Nov 6, 2011 10:20 PM

    This is going to make the annual second-half collapse that much funnier.

  5. bronxtale says: Nov 6, 2011 10:21 PM

    Even as a Cowboys fan who hates the Giants and never thought Eli was any good at all, I must admit he is playing great this year

  6. maxvv says: Nov 6, 2011 10:24 PM

    Coach lift > Gatorade dunk, by a mile. Glad to see it come back into style, at least for one night.

  7. geeeeemen says: Nov 6, 2011 10:26 PM

    Die hard Giants fan here… I couldnt believe it was 0-0 at halftime, but if given that scenario before the game started, I would have definitely taken it. Defense was incredible in that half. What a 4th quarter for Eli with those 2 long td drives. So many comparable moments to SB XLII.

    No Nicks, No Bradshaw, No Baas. Yes Eli.

  8. wferg1121 says: Nov 6, 2011 10:31 PM

    I was pretty fired up after the game too!!

  9. bigtimetexanfan says: Nov 6, 2011 10:41 PM

    Yes 85 is a bad # for the patriots
    #ochonocatcho

  10. eaglesandflyers says: Nov 6, 2011 10:42 PM

    Eagles fan here. I feel as though I owe Eli Manning an apology, as I have constantly mocked him through most of his career. He couldn’t have played any better this year, and is really looking like a top 5 quarterback. Gotta tip my cap. I look forward to seeing my Eagles play you guys again, it should be a great addition to the rivalry.

  11. mynameiscoopermanning says: Nov 6, 2011 10:44 PM

    @bigd88

    Wasn’t the second half collapse suppose to start tonight? Hmmmm….looks like we are 6-2 first place in the NFCE and 1-0 against the collapse.

  12. rugdaniels says: Nov 6, 2011 10:50 PM

    The team should be fired up after that win. If beating New England at home (coming off a loss) does get a player pumped nothing will. The Giants were about 9 pt dogs going into the game and hardly anyone thought they would win.

    Tonight the Giants earned the right to puff out their collective chest and talk a little smack. Then its back to work on Tuesday or Wednesday.

  13. mynameiscoopermanning says: Nov 6, 2011 10:55 PM

    derekjetersmansion says: Nov 6, 2011 10:19 PM

    The Pats are nothing special. Have fun being blown out in SF.

    —–
    Blown out in SF? hmmm..DOUBT IT…Eli is going to carve up that secondary. They are ranked 22nd and 4th in giving up 40+ yard passes. Nicks will be back and so will Bradshaw/Bass. Bad news for the 49ers.

  14. zack2482 says: Nov 6, 2011 11:07 PM

    Nice job by the Giants, but Eli got lucky on a few throws. Chung should have picked him to end the game. Eli had a lot of erratic throws. Lot of football to be played before crowning the Giants

  15. zaggs says: Nov 6, 2011 11:08 PM

    “derekjetersmansion says: Nov 6, 2011 10:19 PM

    The Pats are nothing special. Have fun being blown out in SF.”

    San fran has beaten 2 winning teams and one was Andy Dalton’s third game…ever….and they barely beat him. Sure Gore will be the fantasy pick of the week for the Giants game. But Lesean McCoy put 128 on the Giants, how much did that help Philly?

  16. mondzy805 says: Nov 6, 2011 11:13 PM

    Good. No excuses on Sunday. Lets go 49ers. See you their.

  17. rcampore says: Nov 6, 2011 11:15 PM

    bigd88 says: Nov 6, 2011 10:20 PM

    This is going to make the annual second-half collapse that much funnier.

    _____________________________________

    2 years of not making the playoffs is not an “annual” anything. Something annual is the Eagles or Jets not winning the super bowl or the chargers choking in the playoffs….that’s annual.

  18. discosucs2005 says: Nov 6, 2011 11:15 PM

    I’m excited to see the 49ers play a really good team. 49ers can win it, but the defense is going to have to play really well. The secondary isn’t as bad as the stats say though. They’ve had to go into prevent for the last quarter in almost every game. Nicks back will hurt a lot though. I think the 49ers lose a really close one unless The Giants come out flat after a huge win.

  19. firedude7160 says: Nov 6, 2011 11:17 PM

    “mynameiscoopermanning says: Nov 6, 2011 10:44 PM

    @bigd88

    Wasn’t the second half collapse suppose to start tonight? Hmmmm….looks like we are 6-2 first place in the NFCE and 1-0 against the collapse.”

    Math > You
    16 games/ 2 = 8 games
    6 wins + 2 losses = 8 games
    So that means the second half collapse would start next week, week 9, because that starts the second half of the season…

  20. ninerboi says: Nov 6, 2011 11:20 PM

    Looking forward to the game. Should be a good challenge for my Niner boys…we’ll win though…we always find a way

  21. zaggs says: Nov 6, 2011 11:30 PM

    Also people are forgetting, Brandon Jacobs, 100 yards from scrimmage with a score.

  22. whhaaat says: Nov 6, 2011 11:42 PM

    CALM DOWN. Brady was uncharacteristic by throwing a lot of inaccurate passes and had a lot of dropped passes. The patriots played like crapped and still almost came out with the win. Just because the giants act like you destroyed the patriots doesn’t mean you did. A wins a wins, but come on be realistic.

  23. Andre's Johnson says: Nov 6, 2011 11:50 PM

    Packers>Giants>Niners>Eagles>Saints>Lions

  24. drexelvol says: Nov 6, 2011 11:58 PM

    Shows how bad the patriots defense really is…and it really is bad.

  25. vikesfan320 says: Nov 7, 2011 12:00 AM

    @ mynameiscoopermanning

    Wasn’t the second half collapse suppose to start tonight? Hmmmm….looks like we are 6-2 first place in the NFCE and 1-0 against the collapse.

    —————————————————

    Let me help you with the math there. There are 16 games in the regular season for each team. Therefore, the first 8 games are in the first half of the team’s season, and the 2nd 8 games are in the second half of their season. 6+2=8 games, so they are still in the first half of the season. That means the second-half collapse starts next week (ya know, in the second half of the season). Glad I could clear that up for you.

  26. pnut87 says: Nov 7, 2011 12:02 AM

    I BELIEVE IN YOU, ELI!!

  27. cmb79 says: Nov 7, 2011 12:06 AM

    As they should. Down three offensive mainstays in a place where Brady just doesn’t lose often? Nobody expected this, so it’s a pretty sweet victory. I just hope the savoring doesn’t last too long, cuz cross-country trips are always tough; especially against a very tough team.

  28. dirtyjersey9er says: Nov 7, 2011 12:08 AM

    @mynameiscoopermanning

    Vick carved up the 49ers secondary and the 49ers still won. And that was a road game too.

    49ers can run on the Giants D. The NYG Pass Rush is something else but they can run on the Giants D.

    The 49ers are a tough game for the Giants and it being at Candlestick doesn’t make it any easier for the Giants.

  29. niners1986 says: Nov 7, 2011 12:21 AM

    Haha Yea blown out I doubt it but put I’m their place for sure. Giants are nothing speacial just like the patriots. All I gotta say is Eli meet the niners D. No blow out but get ready to get shut down.

  30. djstat says: Nov 7, 2011 12:21 AM

    BigD88. At least the Giants can have a 2nd half collapse. Your team collapses before the season starts. Btw, 07 NYG won the super bowl dummy

  31. goldrush36 says: Nov 7, 2011 12:22 AM

    Patriots have the worst defense in the league period and you didn’t carve up them….. just sayin

  32. listenupcupcake says: Nov 7, 2011 12:23 AM

    Great win for the NYG today. But the last sentence is so unwarranted. Greggy is a little, non-jock, gints jock-sniffer. Hates the iggles, cause they beat up his lil’ gints (and greggy’s projected pride) too much. Looking forward to the rematch, greggythal. Even though it will make you cry.

  33. goldrush36 says: Nov 7, 2011 12:24 AM

    I heard Freeman was gonna easily carve them up too. oops how’d that work out

  34. listenupcupcake says: Nov 7, 2011 12:28 AM

    BTW, the Iggs will never lift up Andy after a great win, like the NYG were tossing Coughlin around today. For at least two reasons – one of which is that they’re too cool. The other has to do with the laws of gravity and thermodynamics….

  35. sonoco says: Nov 7, 2011 12:30 AM

    Juicy match-up at Candlestick!! Yo Giants fan, please save your ridicule of our pitifully weak division. You’ve played two more games in our division than we have so far. BTW, how did that Seattle game work out?

  36. phillybirds says: Nov 7, 2011 12:36 AM

    Don’t worry about the Eagles. PHILLY BACK! PHILLY BACK!

  37. goldrush36 says: Nov 7, 2011 12:36 AM

    One last thing for Coop. Do you really think our former fill in center, and a decent but not top tier Bradshaw is going to be threatening in the least bit to our front seven? 49ers shut down the very best runners in the league, and kept Megatron at bay. 75% of his yds were garbage yds against a soft prevent. Bradshaw and Nicks are not so fearsome there. We will use the exact same scheme to keep them down

  38. andypro18 says: Nov 7, 2011 12:45 AM

    Remember when Eli said he thought he was in the same class as Brady?
    Turns out Eli was just being modest.

  39. mynameiscoopermanning says: Nov 7, 2011 12:52 AM

    Listen I don’t discredit the 49ers just talking trash in fun. I believe next week will be a very physical game and looking forward to it.

  40. zaggs says: Nov 7, 2011 1:02 AM

    “goldrush36 says: Nov 7, 2011 12:36 AM
    49ers shut down the very best runners in the league, and kept Megatron at bay. 75% of his yds were garbage yds against a soft prevent. Bradshaw and Nicks are not so fearsome there. We will use the exact same scheme to keep them down”

    “Very best runner sin the league”…huh? LeSean McCoy is the ONLY top running back they’ve played against. Even then the Eagles only used him 9 times. Of course in that game Vick ran 1 less time and had 75 yards rushing and over 400 yards passing.
    In fact there is only 1 SF game where Smith has passed for more yards than the opposing team’s QB. The Giants rushing game is only 29th in the league, so its kinda obvious they don’t need the run to win and wont need the run in San Fran. Just get ready for the Cruz Samba.

  41. zaggs says: Nov 7, 2011 1:09 AM

    “goldrush36 says: Nov 7, 2011 12:24 AM
    I heard Freeman was gonna easily carve them up too. oops how’d that work out”

    I realize next to Alex Smith Josh Freeman probably seems like a top 5 QB, but he’s not. But uh Tony Romo carved up your secondary pretty well. Hell they allowed 241 to Colt McCoy.

  42. dawkattack says: Nov 7, 2011 1:10 AM

    How do you get pass interference when Cruz ran into browns back lol luck of the draw

  43. dlr4skins says: Nov 7, 2011 1:21 AM

    Division standings are as I predicted.

    Why no “expert” could see the Giants as the top team, the Eagles a distant second, with the two turds at the bottom is beyond any East fan?

  44. patriotera says: Nov 7, 2011 1:25 AM

    They won because of a little yellow flag that gets thrown on the gound. That would have been a good game and a good win if it wasn’t for that fact. I got up at in the middle of the night to watch this game in a combat zone. I can’t believe a yellow flag decided it. I will read about the rest of the games.

  45. Mr. Wright 212 says: Nov 7, 2011 1:30 AM

    The New York Football Giants.

    Goodness all these “lucky”, “calm down”, “they’re the worst secondary in the NFL” (meanwhile, had they won, anything BUT would be expressed), nitpicking about when the “second half” begins, is all embarrassing. Are you guys even men?

    SF is just not that good. Then when we beat them, what, the second half doesn’t begin unless the Eagles pull another miracle out of their chutes?

  46. Mr. Wright 212 says: Nov 7, 2011 1:33 AM

    goldrush36 says: Nov 7, 2011 12:36 AM

    One last thing for Coop. Do you really think our former fill in center, and a decent but not top tier Bradshaw is going to be threatening in the least bit to our front seven? 49ers shut down the very best runners in the league, and kept Megatron at bay. 75% of his yds were garbage yds against a soft prevent. Bradshaw and Nicks are not so fearsome there. We will use the exact same scheme to keep them down
    ———-

    Bad enough you SF fans have come crawling out of hiding after a decade in exile, but to be THIS delusional is proof that once a team goes into the tank, their fans’ brains go right along with them.

    If you really think that’s going to happen next week, you simply have not watched the Giants play this season. Since they PERCEIVE the Smoke and Mirrors 49ers to be good, they will play their best, just as they did today. Had these been the ’04-’10 Niners, I’d be genuinely nervous about the Giants going out there and playing down to a 16-13 last second FG win.

    But since the Niners are halfway decent — Smoke and Mirrors again, as I said — they won’t catch the Giants napping.

  47. deenice810 says: Nov 7, 2011 1:37 AM

    I don’t like the Giants but gotta give Eli his due. He looked like Brady on that final drive. Eagles have to take of the Bears monday night.

  48. mynameiscoopermanning says: Nov 7, 2011 1:39 AM

    @goldrush36 ..that us impressive but Matthew Stafford is not Eli manning. Cue the Eli bashing…3…2…1…

  49. fmwarner says: Nov 7, 2011 1:49 AM

    Both Eli and the Giants impressed the hell out of me today. I’m still not sure they can survive the gauntlet of their second half schedule and take the division, but I like their chances a lot better now than I did this morning.

  50. goldrush36 says: Nov 7, 2011 1:50 AM

    @zaggs dude the giants have only beat 2 winning teams well. One of which has the worst defense in the league. The lost to the 3-5 deadskins, got absolutely spanked by the 2-6 seahawks….. Yeah that weak nfc west team. Barely came back to beat az and mia who have now combined for a whopping 3 wins. You should really be careful before you cast stones since we actually beat both teams you quite convincingly lost to. See you in SF

  51. packmanfan says: Nov 7, 2011 3:49 AM

    Gonna go and circle the Packers Giants game now.
    That should be a good one.

  52. polapea says: Nov 7, 2011 6:18 AM

    Very good W for the Giants. They do seem to get lucky but a W is a W.
    I still have no idea what the idiot DB from NE was thinking running over Cruz in the endzone to give them 1st and goal at the 1. Didn’t even look to play the ball.

  53. hatersweargreen says: Nov 7, 2011 6:31 AM

    great game this week, it’s gonna be another WAR next week! I love this NYG team because they can always find a way to ull it off, but it’s never easy (or easy on the heart if you’re watching…) I think the SF game is gonna be one for the ages.

  54. n0hopeleft says: Nov 7, 2011 6:53 AM

    bigd88 says:
    Nov 6, 2011 10:20 PM
    This is going to make the annual second-half collapse that much funnier.
    _______________________________

    Better than your teams full season collapse. Tell your boy Dez if he coughs it up against the GMeN, we will make your overrated D pay…

    The Cowboys: The SECOND biggest choke artists of the century.

    Philly easily wins that title.

  55. n0hopeleft says: Nov 7, 2011 6:59 AM

    dirtyjersey9er says:
    Nov 7, 2011 12:08 AM
    @mynameiscoopermanning

    Vick carved up the 49ers secondary and the 49ers still won. And that was a road game too.

    49ers can run on the Giants D. The NYG Pass Rush is something else but they can run on the Giants D.

    The 49ers are a tough game for the Giants and it being at Candlestick doesn’t make it any easier for the Giants.

    _______________________________

    (dirty jersey front runner in the 80’s)

    that should be your name

    Stop Frank Gore.

    Pressure Alex Smith.

    The GMeN can absolutely do that.

    Did you mention being on the road makes it tougher? Can you please research the Giants record on tough road games before you open your uneducated flapper?

  56. 1historian says: Nov 7, 2011 7:07 AM

    Congratulations to the Giants.

    but

    Don’t go ordering your rings just yet.

  57. irishgary says: Nov 7, 2011 7:29 AM

    @whhaaat

    Not a fan eof either team, but the inaccurate passes you speak of are the result of pressure. Most NFL QB’s will be inaccurate with a lot of pressure. The problem is the Patriots O line, not very good and the lack of a running game hurts as well. They may be the most overrated team in the NFL, but Brady is a heck of a QB

  58. jdandcoke says: Nov 7, 2011 7:33 AM

    giants arent quite there yet despite a very nice win in new england. they have to be more consistent on both sides of the ball. the offense has already shown that it can be good; hopefully they get their injured players back and remain healthy….if so, they’ll be tough.
    the defense actually looked about as good as it had all year yesterday…they let down a bit in the 4th quarter, but they were playing aginst tom brady so that’s to be expected.

    if the giants win next week, then i think you have to start looking towards a first round bye in the playoffs. regardless, i still believe that the giants should win the nfc east.

  59. semperfi24 says: Nov 7, 2011 7:41 AM

    Lets not forget the assistance from the officials on Eli’s game winning drive. They called Pass Interference at the one yard line, on a ball that landed in the back of the end zone (barely). In other words, there is no such thing as pass interference on an “uncatchable” ball, and that was surely uncatchable. Manute Bol couldnt have gotten his hands on that one, lol

    Also, why the fvck do the Pats play an entire game with the scrubs on the bench, and then insert them into the game in crunch time??? Yesterday afternoon, on the final drive Tracy White was playing middle linebacker (58). He didnt see the field ALL DAY, so why insert him into the game at the most crucial moment? He is the fool that gave up several HUGE plays to ballard, including the TD.

  60. jetlionlove says: Nov 7, 2011 7:53 AM

    I won’t doubt Eli played great. But can we stop with the Eli(te) talk? It is the 32nd ranked pass defense in the LEAGUE….

  61. greymares says: Nov 7, 2011 8:24 AM

    Rosenthal your Giant fandom is coming out again.

  62. skins23 says: Nov 7, 2011 8:32 AM

    Fear not 49er fans – now that everyone is talking about the Giants, they’ll come out and lay and egg and Eli will throw 4 picks into double coverage off his back foot. As is their M.O.

    Giants are peaking early again and getting all the calls/bounces. Won’t last.

  63. bennyd720 says: Nov 7, 2011 8:56 AM

    again Eli is aided by a great reception from a nameless receiver; and now he’s elite? If he is so elite then why did it take until the last few seconds for him to exploit the leagues worst pass defense? Last drive was also aided by a questionable pass interference call. Too bad there’s no snow in NY right now, some Giants fans could sled into traffic with all their excitement…

  64. chrisexv6 says: Nov 7, 2011 8:56 AM

    @semperfi24:

    Even the guys on TV pointed out that the Gronkowski could have/should have been called for offensive PI when he pushed our defender away, just before catching the TD pass from Brady with 1.something minutes left.

    So the PI calls could go both ways. There was also a ton of uncalled holding (on both teams). All that shows is we need real officials, not some “I do it in my spare time” guys. The NFL makes a TON of $$$ every year, yet cant (or wont) implement that simple fix.

    Im a Giants fan, and yes it sucked that we “needed” the PI call to help win. But its possible they would have scored anyway….the Giants are a lot better getting TDs OUTSIDE the 20 yard line than they are inside. Even 1st and goal at the 1 had me a little scared. But give Eli some room and he seems to be able to execute a lot better, possibly resulting in the TD pass even without that PI flag.

  65. RomosRibs says: Nov 7, 2011 9:22 AM

    The reason the Gs acted like that is because they know their winning was A FLUKE. Everybody else does,too.

  66. jdandcoke says: Nov 7, 2011 9:29 AM

    skins23

    peaking early? the giants have played mediocre football almost all year. the fact of the matter is that the giants are so talented that even mediocre football produced a 5-2 record. if they start playing for real…..and they gave a little indication of that yesterday….then they will cruise to a division title.

    as for eli….you should get down on your knees and pray every night that in your LIFETIME the skins are able to get a QB as good as him.

  67. chip56 says: Nov 7, 2011 9:50 AM

    Not sure how you can say that the Giants are getting all the “calls/bounces” when they’re playing without their top WR, leading RB, starting C, starting MLB, lead DB, two other depth DBs, and Justin Tuck being on and off all season.

    Giants don’t have to be perfect down the stretch, but if the Eagles lose tonight the Giants will have a 3 game lead on them and two on Dallas. That’s a nice cushion to have going into the second half of the season.

    Bottom line is that the team is playing well and even with Kevin “KillDrive” Gilbride calling the offense and two guys who were taken off the street and were essentially rookies coming into this season (Cruz and Ballard) playing key roles and a limited running game with a new look offensive line Eli continues to play well.

    Plus, the Giants have a habit of not only playing down to their opponents (Dolphins and Seahawks) but playing up to them as well. So who knows, maybe a hard schedule is just what the doctor ordered.

  68. tedesco47 says: Nov 7, 2011 9:53 AM

    20-39 is elite??
    Oh, and the eagles dont really need to win tonight.
    Lose this week, then beat the cards and giants, and giants lose to 9ers (which they will), and they will only be 1 game back, with the giants playing saints and packers still, and the eagles finishing out with a cupcake schedule….

  69. jvibottomline says: Nov 7, 2011 9:56 AM

    Giants fans make me laugh, OBVIOUSLY you haven’t seen the 49ers this year. Their defense isn’t just not giving points, they are PUNISHING people. Teams aren’t even getting the ball into 49ers territory. The 49ers interior line on both sides of the ball is just NASTY! They will run the ball on the Giants, control the clock, short passing game, no turnovers, and win like 21-13.

  70. skins23 says: Nov 7, 2011 10:01 AM

    I’ll be thrilled with having RG3 on our team next year and would take him over rollercoaster dolt Eli.

    Giants luck will run out.

    You can’t count on a Cruz fumble to get reversed, or a brainless INT (Fitz), or game changing PI calls (Brandon Marshall and yesterday) to win every game for you.

    Enjoy the bounces while you’re getting them.

    Giants are +14 in point differential, lowest for winning teams = LUCKIEST.

  71. mezter says: Nov 7, 2011 10:10 AM

    For all of you Giants fans who think the 49ers aren’t that good, I’m glad you feel that way. The 49ers don’t care what the world or any other team thinks of them. They just go out there and play very physical football and win. So take the 49ers lightly, think that you are better, that’s ok. These kinds of things get settled on the field, and this debate will be settled this Sunday in the Bay.

  72. blu4l1fe says: Nov 7, 2011 10:59 AM

    Great game and the scoreless first half definitely brought back memories of the last time the two teams met. I certainly appreciate how Eli and the Giants are coming along and proving the “expert prognosticators” in this blog wrong. I understand the “hating” because the Giants are doing what their team can’t seem to figure out, that is to WIN games!! It is also quite amazing that in all of the sports shows late last night, not one NFL expert of commentator regarded the Giants win over the Pats, or their other wins for that matter, as being due to LUCK, but that word seem to be used loosely in here. Call it whatever you want to call it, luck or not, the Giants lead the NFC East. I think the Skins fans like to use the word luck because that is the only thing they may have going for them after another horrid performance, the Luck lottery at next years’ draft. The Giants may make winning look hard but the Skins definitely make loosing look easy.

  73. patslaya says: Nov 7, 2011 2:44 PM

    A lot of talk about the Giants getting blown out in SF. Are there glory holes between the locker rooms out there or something? That is the only way that the Giants are getting blown out in SF!

  74. janvanflac says: Nov 7, 2011 4:24 PM

    ” Too bad there’s no snow in NY right now, some Giants fans could sled into traffic with all their excitement…”

    I believe that was a Jets fan, actually.

  75. dirtyjersey9er says: Nov 7, 2011 4:47 PM

    @nohopeleft

    The Giants may have just beat New England on the road but they also opened the season with a road loss to Washington. And if you want to go back to the past few years last year 3 of the 6 Giants losses were on the road. The year before that 4 of 8 Giants losses were on the road. The year before that 3 of 4 losses were on the road. And The year before that was the one year where the Giants were especially tough to beat when they are the away team. This makes them an average road team based on record and not some consistant road warriors. So do some research before you call someone else’s credibility out.

    As to what you said about stopping Gore. He was effectively shut down the first 3 weeks of the season and the 49ers are 2-1 in those games. And by the way how is a team that on average allows 127.1 yards a game going to stop Gore? Again if you are going to make a statement at least research it.

    As for pressuring Alex Smith good luck with that. He has one of the highest QB Ratings when facing pressure thus far this season. So merely pressuring him won’t get it done like it used to. He also isn’t turning it over when pressured like he used to. The fumbles are down and he has only thrown 2 picks.

    As for the “front runner” joke I have rooted for the 49ers when they were great and when they were ass terrible the last decade. I picked a team early and went with it. Maybe you should stop opening YOUR uneducated flapper.

  76. Mr. Wright 212 says: Nov 7, 2011 8:24 PM

    God these anti-NY/Giants/Eli comments are just exhibitions in how men have become limpwrist pantywaists over the past generation SMH.

  77. ninerdynasty says: Nov 8, 2011 12:29 AM

    patslaya says: Nov 7, 2011 2:44 PM

    A lot of talk about the Giants getting blown out in SF. Are there glory holes between the locker rooms out there or something? That is the only way that the Giants are getting blown out in SF!
    ———————————————————–
    Ok, i’m a niner fan and i have not seen anyone say anything about the niners blowing out the giants.. I’m just looking forward to the game, it should be a good one and a benchmark game for both teams! It is ridiculous for anyone to say that one team will blow out the other one.
    Enjoy the game ppl!

  78. patslaya says: Nov 8, 2011 7:30 AM

    ninerdynasty says:
    Nov 8, 2011 12:29 AM
    patslaya says: Nov 7, 2011 2:44 PM

    A lot of talk about the Giants getting blown out in SF. Are there glory holes between the locker rooms out there or something? That is the only way that the Giants are getting blown out in SF!
    ———————————————————–
    Ok, i’m a niner fan and i have not seen anyone say anything about the niners blowing out the giants.. I’m just looking forward to the game, it should be a good one and a benchmark game for both teams! It is ridiculous for anyone to say that one team will blow out the other one.
    Enjoy the game ppl!

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    I was referring to earlier comments in this post. I’m looking forward to the game as well. Nine’s are playing some great football this year and I am hoping that the game is a good one. Like this match-up was back in the late 80’s and early 90’s! Those were some good games and this one has the potential to live up to them…

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