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Who Does the Game Ball go to?

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Rivera "my hero of the day including Cam"

 

Cam

 

Melvin White

 

D Line

 

DLo  (Williams)

 

Lafell (lol)

 

Shula

 

Sean Micky

 

or

 

Secondary as a whole

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Seriously, it should go to the fans. A peace offering. Not joking.

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The game ball goes to Sean McDermott. This is a very, very good offense we shut out today. We made Eli Manning look like David Carr today, and for that I am thankful.

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gotta give it to the entire defense for the shutout.

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The huddle members who don't bitch and moan and actually knew we would win this game.

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I give it to entire coaching staff. Called a great game today.

 

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D-line. not a debate. The 1st quarter shocked the Giants so much they never recovered.  18 total yards going into the third quarter. That is insane

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