Giants vs. Packers: Green Bay hasn't forgotten Giants' playoff victory in 2008

Jan 9, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: NJ.com

The Packers and quarterback Aaron Rodgers can expect a more physical Giants team Sunday in the NFC divisional round playoff game.

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jrrseydmax47

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i think the gmen are the best team left in the playoffs.they are the most complet team,the most balanced on ofence @ defence.i beleive the GIANTS will go all the way

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Giants.

“Nice Ring eh?”

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jrrseydmax47 wrote:
i think the gmen are the best team left in the playoffs.they are the most complet team,the most balanced on ofence @ defence.i beleive the GIANTS will go all the way
For what it's worth....... I think the Giants have 1 more win in them!

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Giants very well may.They are playing their best ball at the perfect time.They made that great run in 08,,Green Bay made the run last year.Lambeau is a tough place to win,but, you never know,thats why they play it.
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Giants.
Ha ha!
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Who_Dat_Charlie wrote:
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For what it's worth....... I think the Giants have 1 more win in them!
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For what it's worth. You're afraid of the Packers. Does it really matter to you whether it's the Packers or the Giants that play the 49ers?

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Im thinking the Giants in Candlestick for the playoffs...
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There is nothing better than seeing the fans of the Packer's victims whine and cry. Thank you. Better luck next year loser -- not! Ha ha.

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Honestly this will probably be the best game for the rest of the playoffs...treat it like the Super Bowl.
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Honestly this will probably be the best game for the rest of the playoffs...
Yep....
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DaveMC wrote:
Honestly this will probably be the best game for the rest of the playoffs...treat it like the Super Bowl.
It's going to be a good one for sure.

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GBPfan wrote:
<quoted text>There is nothing better than seeing the fans of the Packer's victims whine and cry. Thank you. Better luck next year loser -- not! Ha ha.
What a childish statement.
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BlitzburghX7 wrote:
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What a childish statement.
The envy of others and the inevitable whining and crying of frustrated fans of other teams aren't caused by me. That kind of childish behavior belongs to people like you! I suppose you consider it very "adult behavior" to troll Packer threads especially after your own team has been eliminated from the playoffs. Ha ha! I see right through you sonny. I'm not sure who you think you are fooling. You aren't fooling any Packer fans. I can only assume you are trying to fool yourself into believing your B.S.

None of your anger or jealousy will ever change the fact that the Packers whooped the Steelers butts in the Super Bowl. Adults know that! Someday, if and when you grow up, you may learn that another team's failure doesn't change your own team's failure. In the mean time, I'm sure we will enjoy your company. Sorry to ruin your childish behavior, but as long as you are here, I intend to enjoy what that represents and means. It means the Packers are successful. You aren't trolling the Panther, Rams or Colts threads. I bet you aren't even trolling the Bronco threads. Why would you? It's only the Broncos. They only beat the Steelers. Nobody needs to be good to beat the Steelers this season. The Broncos aren't a good team. The Broncos certainly aren't the 15-1 current and 13 time NFL Champions. I understand why you are here.
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the AFC will be an interesting playoff race as well.
Baltimore or New England?
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Does someone see someone else pulling off an upset or 2 and get to the Super Bowl.
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eric wrote:
the AFC will be an interesting playoff race as well.
Baltimore or New England?
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Does someone see someone else pulling off an upset or 2 and get to the Super Bowl.
Thanks to the Steelers, my dream Super Bowl matchup (Packers vs. Broncos) is still a possibility. If the Broncos can score 29 against the Steelers, they should be able to put up at least thiry-some against the Patriots. Then anything could happen in that game. I'm not making a prediction. Call it wishful thinking.

I like the Ravens in the AFC, but Houston is looking Raven-like right now. Strong ground games and very good defenses are the strengths of both teams. The games could be interesting, but this round doesn't always have close games.

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GBPfan wrote:
<quoted text>The envy of others and the inevitable whining and crying of frustrated fans of other teams aren't caused by me. That kind of childish behavior belongs to people like you! I suppose you consider it very "adult behavior" to troll Packer threads especially after your own team has been eliminated from the playoffs. Ha ha! I see right through you sonny. I'm not sure who you think you are fooling. You aren't fooling any Packer fans. I can only assume you are trying to fool yourself into believing your B.S.

None of your anger or jealousy will ever change the fact that the Packers whooped the Steelers butts in the Super Bowl. Adults know that! Someday, if and when you grow up, you may learn that another team's failure doesn't change your own team's failure. In the mean time, I'm sure we will enjoy your company. Sorry to ruin your childish behavior, but as long as you are here, I intend to enjoy what that represents and means. It means the Packers are successful. You aren't trolling the Panther, Rams or Colts threads. I bet you aren't even trolling the Bronco threads. Why would you? It's only the Broncos. They only beat the Steelers. Nobody needs to be good to beat the Steelers this season. The Broncos aren't a good team. The Broncos certainly aren't the 15-1 current and 13 time NFL Champions. I understand why you are here.
Ha ha! 6 to 4!
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Ha ha! 6 to 4!
29>23. Ha ha! Timmy Tebow > the Steelers. Ouch!
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BlitzburghX7 wrote:
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Ha ha! 6 to 4!
Wow. That loss to Timmy Tebow looks more embarrassing now than ever. Ha ha!
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Who_Dat_Charlie wrote:
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For what it's worth....... I think the Giants have 1 more win in them!
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Obviously the Saints did not have 1 more win in them. Too bad. 49ers, eventhough they gave up a ton of yards, kept Brees uncompfortable all day. Their D-line will be trouble for whoever they play.

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PackerBacker-WichitaKs wrote:
<quoted text>Obviously the Saints did not have 1 more win in them. Too bad. 49ers, eventhough they gave up a ton of yards, kept Brees uncompfortable all day. Their D-line will be trouble for whoever they play.
I think its amazing what Jim Harbaugh has accomplished in his first year as an NFL Head Coach. Dont think San Fran could beat Green Bay or New York though.

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