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Some words from the Giants forum

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"There is no reason to think that this game will be at all close. This will be a bloodbath, and not in our favor. Carolina is a team clicking on all cylinders, much like the Giants did last postseason. As for the Giants, can we picture this team scoring more than one offensive touchdown, if that anymore? There is not a reciever on the field that can get open consistently. Even with jacobs back you can't win playing one dimensional football. The defense needs work too, obviously. How many games this year have they given up 250 or more passing yards? That was true even when we were winning. Carolina will win this going away. "

and another poster:

"I think of the weak Giant offensive line, Julius Peppers, Steve Smith and Deangelo Williams - this might be a massacre as Carloina is peaking and the Giants are rivalling Detroit in ineptitude. It is hard to imagine any scenario that has the Giants winning this game."

link: http://boards.giants.com/forums/thread/1098265.aspx

:hurray::hurray::hurray:

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Don't believe the hype!

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Funny - but not drinking the kool-aid just yet.

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Funny - but not drinking the kool-aid just yet.

Me either, but hey, they said it!

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Don't believe the hype!

seconded

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They just lost two straight games to division opponents.

But let's look at it objectively. Philly has been very good this season despite their record. Dallas is better than their record, having lost their QB for a part of the season. They got their swagger back and could go into the playoffs hot. It's not like the Giants lost to Detroit and Cincinatti.

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"I think of the weak Giant offensive line, Julius Peppers, Steve Smith and Deangelo Williams - this might be a massacre as Carloina is peaking and the Giants are rivalling Detroit in ineptitude. It is hard to imagine any scenario that has the Giants winning this game."

For some reason this is so true. Those 3 are just physically and athletically intimidating. Hard to beleive two 5'9" guys can strike up this much fear. haha

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Well it's good to know that other team's fanbases can overreact as much as ours. This sounds like every post on this board after the Falcons' loss.

Oddly enough, I remember posts like those from Bucs fans right before their first game with us too. Not to dampen our enthusiasm or anything.

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Yeah I was just reading the Broncos message board. Man they are torn up. Way different from this time last week.

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Wow thats some harsh posting for a team thats playing for a #1 seed at home this week on national television.

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