18 Wins, 1 Giant Loss

18 Wins, 1 Giant Loss

There are 163 comments on the Hartford Courant story from Feb 4, 2008, titled 18 Wins, 1 Giant Loss. In it, Hartford Courant reports that:

For all the fourth-quarter comebacks he has orchestrated, this was going to be the one that defined Tom Brady's career because this was the most important.

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Kevin M

Arlington, MA

#1 Feb 4, 2008
What a great day for football fans!

Since: Aug 07

Hartford

#2 Feb 4, 2008
Giants make history
shoreliner

Guilford, CT

#3 Feb 4, 2008
Probably the greatest Super Bowl ever.

So much drama so many great plays.

I was on the edge of my seat watching the entire game.

I am thrilled for the Giants, particularly the veterans.

As for the WFAN 'experts', take that.
COUNT WALKER

AOL

#4 Feb 4, 2008
the feel good story of the year,bigger than Douglas over Tyson!
shoreliner

Guilford, CT

#5 Feb 4, 2008
COUNT WALKER wrote:
the feel good story of the year,bigger than Douglas over Tyson!
Football is a real sport. Your comparison is wrong.
Ace

Salem, CT

#6 Feb 4, 2008
not too happy with Bilechek being such a poor sport and leaving the field. Go G-MEN!!!
Larry the Cable Guy

Madison, CT

#7 Feb 4, 2008
Well I couldn't lose on this one ... I'm a Giant fan but I must admit, I liked the idea of the Patriots going undefeated .... It was a win-win day for me but what a GREAT fourth quarter .....
Anthony

Newington, CT

#8 Feb 4, 2008
Great win for the Giants, but I thought it was one of the worst Super Bowls ever. Sloppy play by the Pats...Costly penalties...Bad calls by the refs...low scoring game...the only exciting thing was watching to see if the Pats would make history, and they choked on the pressure.
oh, and the commercials were terrible. At least my Super Bowl dinner was great!
wrtaylor

Roseville, CA

#9 Feb 4, 2008
Quite simply, the Giants had nothing to lose coming into this game. When it seemed that the whole sports world (and some of the population of NYC)were calling for a public lynching of this team, they showed character and valiant hearts and literally slaid a giant. KUDOS, once over!!!!!
Kelly

AOL

#10 Feb 4, 2008
Amazing GIANT victory...go defense and Eli!

Anyone else notice that Lew Perkins, former UCONN Athletic Director, sat in front of Peyton Manning during the game? Another recruiting trip for Lew?

“ITS TIME TO ROOST !”

Since: Nov 07

Princess Anne, MD

#11 Feb 4, 2008
WHERE ARE ALL THE GIANT HATERS NOW?
G-MEN RULE!
Anthony

Newington, CT

#12 Feb 4, 2008
NYWILL wrote:
WHERE ARE ALL THE GIANT HATERS NOW?
G-MEN RULE!
Present!
The only thing I'm glad about is that now both brothers have a ring...and back-to-back at that!
Ct Yankee

Ashburn, VA

#13 Feb 4, 2008
Oh what a great day in Massachusetts(Boston), these Patriot Fans are so upset about their loss yesterday they were unwilling to speak of it infront Fenway Park!!!!!!!!
Vitruvian

Cleveland, GA

#14 Feb 4, 2008
Almost perfection-great season for the Patriots!
Nice game for the RED, WHITE and BLUE- helmets off to Giants!
Congrats to both teams!

“ITS TIME TO ROOST !”

Since: Nov 07

Princess Anne, MD

#16 Feb 4, 2008
G_MEN ARE NOW OFFICALLY AMERICAS TEAM!
Suburban Male

Fond Du Lac, WI

#17 Feb 4, 2008
Belicheck should be ashamed for the way he conducted himself as the game was winding down and his post game interview. Don't tell me he was in shock. He is a grown man, in years anyway, and should have been a little more complimentary to the winners. No class at all.

Walk off the field---how bush league. I bet the guy in charge of filming the other teams workouts get fired!
Anthony

Newington, CT

#18 Feb 4, 2008
NYWILL wrote:
G_MEN ARE NOW OFFICALLY AMERICAS TEAM!
Please, speak for yourself.

Since: Dec 06

Location hidden

#19 Feb 4, 2008
If you liked the idea of the Pats going undeafeated yesterday than you AREN'T a Giant fan. The only thing sweeter than a Boston-area collapse is when its handed to them by a NY team.
Larry the Cable Guy wrote:
Well I couldn't lose on this one ... I'm a Giant fan but I must admit, I liked the idea of the Patriots going undefeated .... It was a win-win day for me but what a GREAT fourth quarter .....
Kevin M

Arlington, MA

#20 Feb 4, 2008
The GIANTS! Bringing the trophy back to Gotham and the Northeast where it belongs. Go Big Blue!

The most amazing thing is - the Giants boards have been getting bombarded by fans from just about every team in the nation congratulating and thanking them. The moniker of "America's Team" is one of the dumber things sportswriters have ever come up with - but for 60 minutes, American's were Giants fans.
DonC

New Haven, CT

#21 Feb 4, 2008
Truth be told, Giants reversed the more normal events of years past; they "snatched victory from the jaws of defeat". In recent memory the 'aints were often known for "the fumble" or for giving up a last minute score to loose, yet, another game. This time was different in many respects but none more important than the attitude that "miracles can happen". Many plays stand out, especially, the miracle catch of Davit Tyrell. In any case, the defense was super and the offense didn't blow it with turn overs. Great job, Eli in the end, you stood tall and the Giants believed in themselves and now so do we long suffering fans.

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