Giants take stabs at Patrick Crayton'...

Giants take stabs at Patrick Crayton's jabs

There are 8 comments on the Newsday story from Jan 11, 2008, titled Giants take stabs at Patrick Crayton's jabs. In it, Newsday reports that:

Patrick Crayton likes to talk. The Cowboys wide receiver isn't too big on listening, but that doesn't seem to bother him when the Giants are his subject.

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mike

Philadelphia, PA

#1 Jan 12, 2008
Patrick Who?
lee

Bronx, NY

#2 Jan 12, 2008
id take patrick crayton as a WR on the giants anyday. he can talk all the crap he wants, its part of the game. you all saw what happened to rhonde last week....im not worried.
cowboyfansince75

Stafford, TX

#3 Jan 12, 2008
lee wrote:
id take patrick crayton as a WR on the giants anyday. he can talk all the crap he wants, its part of the game. you all saw what happened to rhonde last week....im not worried.
Too bad for you he just signed a contract extension--a cap friendly one, too. You should not be worried, but you should be realistic. If the Giants are playing their best football now, what will happen if the Cowboys (who are more healthy than they have been in a month)decide to show up? I'll tell you. It will be another double-digit loss (third at the hands of Dallas) for the G-Men. Romo is 4-0 vs any QB named Manning, and 3-0 vs Eli. Chew on that.
lee

Bronx, NY

#4 Jan 12, 2008
cowboyfansince75 wrote:
<quoted text>Too bad for you he just signed a contract extension--a cap friendly one, too. You should not be worried, but you should be realistic. If the Giants are playing their best football now, what will happen if the Cowboys (who are more healthy than they have been in a month)decide to show up? I'll tell you. It will be another double-digit loss (third at the hands of Dallas) for the G-Men. Romo is 4-0 vs any QB named Manning, and 3-0 vs Eli. Chew on that.
there's a reason NY is the #1 city in the world and that texas is for steers and que-rs. you guys care too much about football and not enough on what is really important in life. i watch football for fun, football is your life...chew on that!

tony "oh no!" romo, dont fumble the football 1 yd from the goalline!
cowboyfansince75

Stafford, TX

#5 Jan 12, 2008
lee wrote:
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there's a reason NY is the #1 city in the world and that texas is for steers and que-rs. you guys care too much about football and not enough on what is really important in life. i watch football for fun, football is your life...chew on that!
tony "oh no!" romo, dont fumble the football 1 yd from the goalline!
It's Texas with a capital "T", and don't you forget that. I have nothing against the city of NY. My youngest sister lives in Brooklyn and my brother-in-law lives in Queens. Football IS for fun, and it is not my life. I own a successful business that has nothing to do with football. There are more millionaires per capita in the state of Texas than anywhere else in the U.S.. That has nothing to do with football, either. Football has nothing to do with the fact that Texas is the most economically productive state in the U.S., either. The "Friday Night Lights" in Texas are a healthy escape from weekly stress for many Texans, but your comments are ignorant and offensive. You have your culture, and we have ours. You apparently know very little about ours.
cowboyfansince75

Stafford, TX

#6 Jan 12, 2008
"...there's a reason NY is the #1 city in the world..."

If that is your honest opinion, you have obviously never been to Singapore! No, really, Texans are world travellers and well-cultured, too. So much for your opinion. Perhaps you should take some time to visit "The City of The Arts", which is the fastest growing city in America and listed by Forbes Magazine as the number one U.S. city to live in, and as having the best economic opprotunity in the country.
Declan

Glen Cove, NY

#7 Jan 12, 2008
A good friendly rivalry between sports fans is a great thing. It can be a lot of fun.

But once it gets down to 'my city is better than your city', it's totally lame.

You both come from great states, ok? Cowboys have had a great season, and Cowboy fans have got good reason to crow a little bit. Giants fans are happy for the first time in years, and they need to enjoy a little bit too.

Now, both of you, go to your rooms and think about what you've done!

You heard me. Don't make me take your X-Boxs' away.
cowboyfansince75

Stafford, TX

#8 Jan 15, 2008
Congratulations to the New York Giants. They played a better football game. I enjoyed most of it (aside from Patrick Crayton's choking)right up until the end. As a loyal NFC fan, I will root for the winner of Sunday's title game to represent the conference well in the Super Bowl.

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