Giants fall to Vikings on last-second...

Giants fall to Vikings on last-second field goal

There are 7 comments on the Newsday story from Dec 29, 2008, titled Giants fall to Vikings on last-second field goal. In it, Newsday reports that:

Amani Toomer hopes he's wrong. Again. For the second year in a row, his Giants lost a meaningless game in the regular-season finale.

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Dino

Bayside, NY

#1 Dec 29, 2008
Rangers rule! Bomb Israel!
4therecord

Belmar, NJ

#2 Dec 29, 2008
ranger$ suck bomg your house guido!
MrRight

Tampa, FL

#3 Dec 29, 2008
The Giants have learned how to lose of late. Won't go far in playoffs. Not focused enough. This team is not hungry, resting on last years achievement. What a waste.
Frank Beans

Wyandanch, NY

#4 Dec 29, 2008
MrRight wrote:
The Giants have learned how to lose of late. Won't go far in playoffs. Not focused enough. This team is not hungry, resting on last years achievement. What a waste.
Not following you. The last game was essentially a preseason game and the Jints backups played as well as Minnesota's starters who were trying to make the playoffs. The last meaningful game the Jints played they won. As the Jints proved last year any playoff team can win it all. That being said, I haven't seen any team that can beat the Jints, other than maybe Philly if they play great and the Jints plain stink.
Giantsfan1

Brooklyn, NY

#5 Dec 29, 2008
I am never happy with a loss. In fact they should have won. But the fact we played without 5 starters to begin the game, played our #2 QB the entire second half, played our 3rd RB most of the second half, took out 3 of the 5 starting OL by the 3rd qtr and the entire defense was the second string on Minnesota's last drive and we lost by 1 on the road. Not bad. If only Eli can get the red zone offense to score TD's instead of FG's, this team will be tough to beat.
PJM

United States

#6 Dec 29, 2008
Giantsfan1 wrote:
I am never happy with a loss. In fact they should have won. But the fact we played without 5 starters to begin the game, played our #2 QB the entire second half, played our 3rd RB most of the second half, took out 3 of the 5 starting OL by the 3rd qtr and the entire defense was the second string on Minnesota's last drive and we lost by 1 on the road. Not bad. If only Eli can get the red zone offense to score TD's instead of FG's, this team will be tough to beat.
I agree and if Carney didn't just miss we would have won with all those backups. I felt bad for john, he was perfect all season. Can't blame him for blocked kicks. Carr showed he can be a starter. Some nice passes and some good scrambling. Even the back up O-line looked good, especially Koets.
steelworker

Croton On Hudson, NY

#7 Dec 31, 2008
Nice to see carr throw a pretty TD pass...its been a while since eli throw any with distance...you dont have to see the difference in arm strength bewtween both of them...funny how he was able to find moss...eli always looks for the same reciever.

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