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 Post subject: SUPERBOWL CHAMPIONS!!!!!!!!!
PostPosted: February 4th, 2008, 12:00 am 
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NEW YORK GIANTS!!!!!!!!!


BALLLINNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN


FUCKIN YEAAAAAH BABY!!!! WHOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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I was most definitely rooting for the Giants as well. I still can't believe they won though!

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that last touchdown pass was a great play.


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revolute wrote:
that last touchdown pass was a great play.


Agreed! Amazing.

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it was sweet as hell


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that just goes to show you... cheaters never prosper :D

at least randy moss had a superbowl touchdown (if you couldnt tell by that statement... i'm a moss fan)


its crazy here right now. new york and new jersey are exploding into celebration!!! i cant wait to get outta work and hit a local bar or something... its madness!! madness i tell you!!!

the sporting good stores were open early this morning, and the giants merchandise sold out within less than an hour


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its madness!! madness i tell you!!!

the sporting good stores were open early this morning, and the giants merchandise sold out within less than an hour



Ahh, I bet. I wonder what the vibe is in the city of Boston.

I still don't understand why Bill Belichick decided to go for it on 4th and 13 on the 35 yard line. They were up in the game plus it would have been a 49 yard field goal attempt (manageable). How come he isn't getting questioned about this move?

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Eli manning is the MAN. he drove his team down the field for the go-ahead touchdown against "the best team ever" with 2 minutes left in the 4th qtr. he made great plays to win that game for the giants, so all the stupid ppl in new york that criticized eli and tom coughlan can shut up. he is a great quarterback, and he is no longer peyton's little brother, he is ELI MANNING. He played against a tougher team then his brother did in his super bowl.


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Eli manning is the MAN. he drove his team down the field for the go-ahead touchdown against "the best team ever" with 2 minutes left in the 4th qtr. he made great plays to win that game for the giants, so all the stupid ppl in new york that criticized eli and tom coughlan can shut up. he is a great quarterback, and he is no longer peyton's little brother, he is ELI MANNING. He played against a tougher team then his brother did in his super bowl.


yeah.... the true manning blood finally came out and not only did he prove everyone wrong..... he most importantly, shut everyone up

i need to get an eli manning jersey now


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Eli was truly impressive and proved that he is a worthy quarterback. But in my opinion, he is still a little flaky. Just a little too inconsistent. He will only get better over time though, just give him a few more years and I think he can be great.

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I agree - Eli still inconsistent - he has time to keep growing. As far as him being the man - well, Tyree deserves most of the credit - w/out the one hand to head grab it probably would have been a different story. I think Tyree deserved MVP for that alone - plus had some other catches too - or the whole New York def. myself.


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tyree wouldnt have caught that if eli hadn't fought off the potential sacks :X


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tyree wouldnt have caught that if eli hadn't fought off the potential sacks :X


Yeah, an amazing escape by Eli and an incredible catch. Just an awesome play as a whole.

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that whole drive was fantabulous... steve smith getting the first down... then eli scrambling.. tyree's catch... and top it all off with plax on hobbs


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Agreed - even the back up TE really had some good plays - the whole team def. came to play.


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