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SmootsDaddy89

People happy about us facing a depleted Giants team.

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They have the same number of players that we do. That is all that matters.

Now when doing an analysis of how our team performed (if we perform well), it might be important to consider Giants injuries. But as far as being happy or sad about their injuries, I will take the win and won't give a crap about their injuries.

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The funny thing about this is that Bradshaw and Diehl suck. Their replacements are probably a little bit better than they are.

What was the point of this thread again?

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Who cares about respect? What we need are wins, like enough to get into the playoffs.

All you can play are the games you are presented with. Win them and then worry about stuff like respect in the offseason.

Thank you! No offense OP, but your premise sucks. This is the NFL, you take wins however you can get them.....

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Really?? Didn't a team up in Wisconsin win the SuperBowl a couple of years ago with like 15 players on IR?

Injuries are a part of the game, and the best teams win regardless. And to be honest, Diehl and Bradshaw aren't that big a deals. Nicks being out hurts, but I wouldn't count out their passing game as long as "Brother Eli" is out there. The only injuries NY can't absorb is at QB and on their DL. That's the heart and soul of both sides of the ball for them. As it is for most teams.

To put it in perspective, I'd still like our chances if Lafell, Bell and DLo couldn't play tonight. I can't compare Nicks to 89... He just ain't that guy.

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we do not control their injuries.all we can do is line up and play.if we win we will gain tons of confidence moving forward.

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There will be excuses for every game we win. That's the NFL. Lets just win. And remember that all bullshi+ aside, we still won.

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Thomas Davis was hurt, no Stew mess up our option. We would have beaten them full strength. I WILL NOT GIVE THE GIANTS RESPECT!!!!!!!!!!!

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