Here's how to beat the Cowboys

Here's how to beat the Cowboys

There are 40 comments on the Newsday story from Jan 11, 2008, titled Here's how to beat the Cowboys. In it, Newsday reports that:

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 ...

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Hugh Jass

United States

#23 Jan 11, 2008
The Giants are due against these guys. GO GIANTS!! Please knock that grin off of Romo's face.
Frank Flash NJ

Philadelphia, PA

#24 Jan 11, 2008
The Giants will end Dallas' Pretty Boy's antics with a relentlist defense, turnovers, and with a "ball control offense" that will surprise Dallas as it puts points up on the board.

“youbeateverythin g youknowthat ”

Since: Apr 07

Buffalo, NY

#25 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!!!
Is that true about The Queen?
lee

Bronx, NY

#26 Jan 11, 2008
FRAN wrote:
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IF NY HAD A GOOD TEAM I WOULD!!
fran, ny does have a good team...the NY Giants. make the playoffs 3 out of the last 4 yrs. they may not be the best team in the league but they are consistently in the top 10 each yr.

ps. youre a sl-t
DWW

New York, NY

#27 Jan 11, 2008
lee wrote:
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ahhh a jets fan...hows the last 10 yrs been for you? hahahahah
Another brilliant Giant fan...
CB's fan since '77
lee

Bronx, NY

#28 Jan 11, 2008
DWW wrote:
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Another brilliant Giant fan...
CB's fan since '77
well you post says you are from NJ so that would be a logic guess. the fact that you are from NJ and like the cowboys just means you are qu-er...texas = steers and que-ers!
romo

New York, NY

#29 Jan 11, 2008
If the giants loose again we need to dump the coaching staff, the coaches on this team have brains the size of a pea. Gilbride stunk when he coached the oilers, I thought this guy died 5 yrs ago.
DWW

Brooklyn, NY

#30 Jan 11, 2008
lee wrote:
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well you post says you are from NJ so that would be a logic guess. the fact that you are from NJ and like the cowboys just means you are qu-er...texas = steers and que-ers!
No my post doesn't "say" anything, it reads.
I'm in NY.
Since your interested, go ask your mother if I'm queer.
MrRight

Tampa, FL

#31 Jan 11, 2008
By all means Glauber the Giants should use Webster in blitz packages for one reason: He couldn't cover a receiver if his career was on the line. Can't hurt anymore than Webster trying to cover Owens.
Paul

Glendale, AZ

#32 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!!!
Here how the Cowboys will beat the G-men...go after Eli,pressure him all game,put some licks on him and Eli will crumble...That's all folks...GO COWBOYS!!!!
wow

South Salem, NY

#33 Jan 11, 2008
If the Giants score more points then the Cowboys they will win. If the Cowboys score more points then the Giants then they will win. That is my prediction..
nydave

Niceville, FL

#34 Jan 11, 2008
As a sports writer you should be more astute in your work. Apparently you have no idea what you are talking about. First, in the season opener, PlexiGlass played against a CB (Reeves) who was starting his second NFL game while CB-Newman was hurt and out of the game. In the rematch, P-Glass was matched against Newman and was shut down. Second, Good luck trying to find Reeves this weekend as he will be on the bench and only in on third downs as the "third" corner. So much for your theories and that is why you are a sports writer and not a football guy!
Apples

Staten Island, NY

#35 Jan 12, 2008
Those red jerseys are a flashback to the golden years (50's & early 60's)..understandably, any fan under 50 would not remember those jerseys ..actually, the "blue" jerseys have gave us many, many years of bad football ..from 64'- 80', the Giants were a horrible football team ..
Apples

Staten Island, NY

#36 Jan 12, 2008
whats the chance NY-Dal will exceed the total 3 times with a Dal cover 3 times in one season ..odds are against this event occurring ..take the NYG +7.5 and go under 46.5 ...could be a lower scoring game than most people think ..both teams may play this game closer to the vest ..perhaps Dal or NYG 20, Dal or NYG 17 ...just a hunch ..should be a great to watch
Apples

Staten Island, NY

#37 Jan 12, 2008
no matter the outcome, if Eli plays well, the Giants have themselves a great future ..picking up a superior def back, another game breaking WR & a monster DT would make the Giants a very formidable team going forward ..give the G.M. cuddos for such a great 07' draft ..getting Bradshaw with a 7th round pick is off the charts ..
Apples

Staten Island, NY

#38 Jan 12, 2008
what has changed Eli?..two words: PUMP FAKE ...DB's knew exactly where Eli was going with the ball, easily jumping the routes ..the last 3 games, the PUMP FAKE has created havoc in the def. secondary ..receivers are wide open after the feint ..why did this take 14 games to figure out?..maybe, just maybe, we have that QB that we envisioned when he was drafted ..
nydave

United States

#39 Jan 12, 2008
Eli sucks today an will suck tomorrow
John

Woodway, TX

#40 Jan 13, 2008
KEEP DREAMING: DALLAS will win this game and will be in the Super Bowl and will win #6.
PJM

United States

#41 Jan 13, 2008
DWW wrote:
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No my post doesn't "say" anything, it reads.
I'm in NY.
Since your interested, go ask your mother if I'm queer.
She said she remembers you are queer and you've been wearing girls dresses since '77 and cry like TO. Move out of NY, Bitch.
Ali Haji Sheikh

New York, NY

#42 Jan 14, 2008
I JUST WANT TO SAY, "HOW 'BOUT THEM COWBOYS!" - Good Job G-Men, great effort. Toomer got us going & the Defense was Magnificent. Why bother going to Lambeau, it's gonna be cold.
Play against Lord Favre? He threw 6TDS. We're just some guys from Jersey. Without Shockey we're nuthin.
Let's see what the soup nazi cooks up this week. Getcha Popcorn Ready!!

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