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Old 2012-02-05, 20:22   Link #4481
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Extremely frustrating to watch thus far, but at least I'm liking this position they're in getting the ball back. Time for a miserably unentertaining halftime show...
Whats the deal with getting all these old entertainers that are shallow forms of their former selves to perform at halftime. Not to mention they tried to spruce things up with some terrible modern pop/hip hop artists. Although I do really like Cee Lo.
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Old 2012-02-05, 20:25   Link #4482
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Whats the deal with getting all these old entertainers that are shallow forms of their former selves to perform at halftime.
Janet Jackson and Justin Timberland.

Edit: Damn, that was fast.
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Old 2012-02-05, 20:31   Link #4483
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One holding call in the first half. And the game is turned completely around. WTF.
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Old 2012-02-05, 21:02   Link #4484
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17-15 Patriots atm. It hasn't been flashy or pretty but it's been close.

Nice interception by Blackburn! Wth was Brady thinking throwing it that deep? Linebacker gets back for a deep throw your receiver has to stop and jump for, doesn't seem like a good option.
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Old 2012-02-05, 21:06   Link #4485
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Man, the Giants have been getting some lucky bounces on those fumbles.
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Old 2012-02-05, 21:21   Link #4486
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While Sterling Moore got away with yet another blatant pass interference. He has been good, but he's managed to avoid being called for some holds.

Giants tight ends are dropping like flies. Manning might run out of people to throw to if Brady doesn't put it out of reach here.
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Old 2012-02-05, 21:32   Link #4487
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Here we go. . .
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Old 2012-02-05, 21:32   Link #4488
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Wow, they didn't allow New England any points that drive?

Here we go indeed. Time for Mr. 4th Quarter. I believe, Eli! I BELIEVE!

Edit: And the Giants reach the red zone at the 2 minute warning. So they have Tynes in range. TD is plausible. But there's the issue of leaving Brady enough time to drive for the win. This will be a tense finish - you figure the Giants will take the lead in the next few plays.
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Old 2012-02-05, 21:41   Link #4489
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Wow, they didn't allow New England any points that drive?

Here we go indeed. Time for Mr. 4th Quarter. I believe, Eli! I BELIEVE!

Edit: And the Giants reach the red zone at the 2 minute warning. So they have Tynes in range. TD is plausible. But there's the issue of leaving Brady enough time to drive for the win. This will be a tense finish - you figure the Giants will take the lead in the next few plays.
Oh, I am in some very tense tears. Oh so nervous
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Old 2012-02-05, 21:44   Link #4490
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Bradshaw and Nicks get a 1st and goal. It looks like they're going to force New England to burn their timeouts, make Bradshaw just chew up the clock, Tynes to kcik for the lead and make Brady do a quick drive.

But...they let Bradshaw in. Oh boy...they gave Brady time...Giants 21-17...

Edit - Branch just dropped a sitter, wow.

Edit2 - And now Hernandez!

Edit3 - Brady sacked!

Edit4 - Branch caught it on 4th down.

Edit5 - They did it again! Thank you New York Giants! I BELIEVE, ELI!
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Old 2012-02-05, 21:55   Link #4491
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Why, Welker, why?!?
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Old 2012-02-05, 21:55   Link #4492
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Miserably frustrating. And everyone else will be jubilant of course.
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Old 2012-02-05, 21:55   Link #4493
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Grats to the Giants. Well deserved. Pats tried hard but in the end it wasn't meant to be.
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Old 2012-02-05, 21:55   Link #4494
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Eli is elite
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Old 2012-02-05, 21:55   Link #4495
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As a person who lives in New England I love the fact that the Patriots lost. I can feel so many rages around me . And thank you again Giants for beating the Patriots.
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Old 2012-02-05, 21:55   Link #4496
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Yay, not the Pats!
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Old 2012-02-05, 21:56   Link #4497
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YES! 18-1 Forever! Forever! Bwahahahahahahahahaha

Eli Manning = Clutch

Tom Brady = not Clutch



Play of the game: That Manningham catch.
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Old 2012-02-05, 21:57   Link #4498
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Miserably frustrating. And everyone else will be jubilant of course.
Not me.

Anyways, another great game from these two teams. Two bad Bradys recievers kind of "dropped the ball" towards the end of the game.

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Eli Manning = pretty darn clutch
Tom Brady = Clutchiest
Fixed that for ya.
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Old 2012-02-05, 21:57   Link #4499
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Nooo... This cant be real
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Old 2012-02-05, 21:57   Link #4500
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YES! 18-1 Forever! Forever! Bwahahahahahahahahaha

Eli Manning = Clutch

Tom Brady = not Clutch



Play of the game: That Manningham catch.
It was Brady's receivers that let him down this time.

GO GIANTS!
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