Here's how to beat the Cowboys

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The Giants haven't figured out how to beat the Cowboys this season, losing twice by a combined 76-55. So what makes them think they can come up with something that will work the third time around? Well, this is ... Full Story
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mike t

Cherry Hill, NJ

#1 Jan 11, 2008
I read where Patrick Crayton says the Giants talk too much? Isnt this the same idiot who said they will see the Patriots in the super bowl if they get there(meaning the Patriots not Cowboys). If Terry Glenn wasnt hurt would anyone even know who is clown is? In as much as i agree the Giants do talk too much, this guy is no one to talk.
coach c

Cranston, RI

#3 Jan 11, 2008
Couldn't agree more. In the two previous games this year, our Jints played OK but made some critical mistakes. Even with that, neither game was a blowout. If they control Owens (a bit, he's too good), put pressure on Romo...make him antsy, mix it up offensively and use Burress and Bradshaw effectively, we have a great shot.
DWW

South Plainfield, NJ

#4 Jan 11, 2008
if, if, if , if....if the queen had balls she'd be king.

You guys crack me up. Crayton started the third receiver (behind Glenn)on the team and is far better than the Giants second receiver "Tommer" (13 tds vs 4tds)(13.9 ypc vs 12.6 ypc). So who is more relevant?

Watch for Eli to get sacked and hit often. He'll crumble under the pressure. The Giants will be forced to rely on the run, in a passing game.

Stop reading the blathering idiots here at Newsday, they just want the first interview after the loss and be ready to be disappointed.

I LOVE ME SOME ME!!!
FRAN

Yonkers, NY

#5 Jan 11, 2008
I thought the Giants already had their secret weapon?
Jessica Simpson!
The Giants BLOW!!!
bob

Central Islip, NY

#6 Jan 11, 2008
The giants could win if the entire
defensive line could wear Jessica
Simpson masks.
venom

Brooklyn, NY

#7 Jan 11, 2008
Just tell me they won't where those ugly red Jerseys. It's BIG BLUE not Big Red.... You wouldn't catch Sam Huff, Harry Carson or LT wearing those things... ugh!!
4 The Record

Neptune, NJ

#9 Jan 11, 2008
honestly stop being a Dallas Fan In NY.

LETS GO GIANTS!!!!
venom

Brooklyn, NY

#10 Jan 11, 2008
mike t wrote:
I read where Patrick Crayton says the Giants talk too much? Isnt this the same idiot who said they will see the Patriots in the super bowl if they get there(meaning the Patriots not Cowboys). If Terry Glenn wasnt hurt would anyone even know who is clown is? In as much as i agree the Giants do talk too much, this guy is no one to talk.
Most of the giant talk last week was responding to the Barber twins. You give two idiots radio shat do youe expect.
Blue Blood

New York, NY

#11 Jan 11, 2008
Here's how Giants can beat the Cowboys:
1) SHUT UP and play football.
2) Bring your "A" game...not the "C" or "D" we've seen a few time this season.
3) Eli throw to the guys with the "N.Y." on thier helmets. And not at their feet either.
4) Receivers: when Eli does throw to you...CATCH IT!!.. Gmen top of the league in dropped passes.
5) Give Bradshaw the ball.
6) Hope Romo got a little case of Montezumas' Revenge down in Mexico.
Put pressue on him and maybe he'll s...t in his pant's ...literally

GO GMEN!!!
babu

Ithaca, NY

#12 Jan 11, 2008
These Cowboys from Dallas are a very very very good team. The Giants are also a very very very good team.
Therefore I think the team with the most Pakistanis will win.
Ali Haji Sheikh

Flushing, NY

#13 Jan 11, 2008
I couldn't agree more Venom, the Cardinal jerseys ain't doing it. Hopefully we score early & often & the defense gets some stops.I don't care if Marge Simpson is there or not, you play to win the game! Hello?! You play to win the game!!
GO G-MEN!!!!
Mega Fred

Fairview, NJ

#14 Jan 11, 2008
If the Giants want to win....they can't wear those dumb red jerseys.
Everytime they do....they lose.,
coach c

Cranston, RI

#15 Jan 11, 2008
To DWW.....you seem a little aggressive. Having a bad day???
lee

Hicksville, NY

#16 Jan 11, 2008
DWW wrote:
if, if, if , if....if the queen had balls she'd be king.
You guys crack me up. Crayton started the third receiver (behind Glenn)on the team and is far better than the Giants second receiver "Tommer" (13 tds vs 4tds)(13.9 ypc vs 12.6 ypc). So who is more relevant?
Watch for Eli to get sacked and hit often. He'll crumble under the pressure. The Giants will be forced to rely on the run, in a passing game.
Stop reading the blathering idiots here at Newsday, they just want the first interview after the loss and be ready to be disappointed.
I LOVE ME SOME ME!!!
ahhh a jets fan...hows the last 10 yrs been for you? hahahahah
Long Island Lover

Hillsborough, NC

#17 Jan 11, 2008
Blue Blood wrote:
Here's how Giants can beat the Cowboys:
1) SHUT UP and play football.
2) Bring your "A" game...not the "C" or "D" we've seen a few time this season.
3) Eli throw to the guys with the "N.Y." on thier helmets. And not at their feet either.
4) Receivers: when Eli does throw to you...CATCH IT!!.. Gmen top of the league in dropped passes.
5) Give Bradshaw the ball.
6) Hope Romo got a little case of Montezumas' Revenge down in Mexico.
Put pressue on him and maybe he'll s...t in his pant's ...literally
GO GMEN!!!
I think YOU hit the nail on the head. However, they can't even play their "B" game. And I hope I'm not screaming at the TV this week with the way he throws to their FEET. DAMN.
I'm hoping they GO all the way, but Eli scares me sometimes.
AZ Pete

United States

#18 Jan 11, 2008
Gmen play loose & cool. Being underdogs has its advantages.Keep an eye on Witten. One game at a time and its just a quick ride for me to the stadium on Feb.3. Remember your playing on the road and what those Dallas fans are calling you. And they aren't saying nice- nice things.
Mark from Pa

Wernersville, PA

#19 Jan 11, 2008
How about a screen play with Bradshaw? Our old friend Dave Meggett made some big plays with it, I think Bradshaw could do the same. Also, I think a flea flicker with Jacobs could do some serious damage. When Dallas stacks the line for Jacobs, someone downfield will most certainly be open for a bomb. Any comments?
www

Westfield, MA

#20 Jan 11, 2008
i'm a giants fan, but i expect to be screaming at the tv screen once or twice during the game. you know, the receiver is wide open, but eli hurries the throw, and its either short of the mark, or too far left or right. and when, on third down, and four or five to go, the reciver drops the pass that would have meant a first down. it seems to be the way of the giants, never making the plays that the good teams always seem to make. oh well.........
FRAN

Yonkers, NY

#21 Jan 11, 2008
4 The Record wrote:
honestly stop being a Dallas Fan In NY.
LETS GO GIANTS!!!!
IF NY HAD A GOOD TEAM I WOULD!!
caputo

Patchogue, NY

#22 Jan 11, 2008
pressure romo as much as possible....dont leave t.o. open like in the last 2 games......run the ball at the traotes with jacobs n bradshaw getting about 15 carrie each.......n ofcourse eli needs to stay consistent......dont force anything and stay com.......the giants truley are gonna win, dallas isnt as good as we think

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