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So I was watching NFL A.M. yesterday morning...

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What would Person have said?

 

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What would Person have said?

Person-" Wait? There was a Panthers game yesterday? You mean they won? My sources are way off"

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If we had beat the Bills, And Dwill doesn't get the ball punched out the media would be talking about us as one of the best teams. But we lost those games and it doesn't matter by how much.

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Hmm, a NY Giants insider making excuses for the Giants? Shocking.

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RT by Panthers twitter account:

Strickland and Henson definitely have an attitude about that stuff :lol:

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I don't know about you, but imo it's no knock against a RB for them to amass yards while milking the clock in a blowout (not that it was necessarily the case). It sounds something like this: "Yeah, that RB sucks. He got most of his yards when the defense knew he would be running the ball and were able to be hyper-aggressive in attempting to stop the run. He doesn't deserve credit for getting yards in that situation since it is obviously so much easier to get yards when the defense knows exactly what you're doing."

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i like max. he's been doing good work

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You mean Williams only got yardage when everyone in the stadium knew we were going to run the ball? That should be a plus and not a negative.

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Yeah it's not like Deangelo, Cam, and Tolbert were running it down the Giants throats in the first half or anything.

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