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Strange but true: Giants one win from Super Bowl

There are 38 comments on the Newsday story from Jan 14, 2008, titled Strange but true: Giants one win from Super Bowl. In it, Newsday reports that:

IRVING, Texas As the ball floated toward the end zone, Kareem McKenzie had to turn away.

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dud dew

Bethlehem, PA

#1 Jan 14, 2008
Amidst the genuine euphoria, take a moment to realize Eli the Excellent Game Manager's new identity has been forged in nice weather. He's still gotta show he can step up on bad-meteor days...

Un bel iev able????? Why not, then, incr ed ible???
Dictionary (against all evidence) available at editor's desk?
Pete Gogolak

Boxborough, MA

#2 Jan 14, 2008
This is the same guy who wanted to fire the coach, trade the quaterback, and dismantle the team. The media are the biggest second guessers around. They never played the game, but the talk like they did.
They are setting you up people, should the Giants lose next week just wait tll you see what they write. Do you think they'll thank the Giants for a giving us a great run? Do you think they'll write about the great job the coach and quaterback did? Nope, they'll knock them all next week.
Ali Haji Sheikh

New York, NY

#3 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!!
Gmanfan

Croton On Hudson, NY

#4 Jan 14, 2008
Thank God, the win is for all of this stupid NFL network type mentality of if you are not one of the 15-20 or so famous players or Star names in the NFL that get shoved down our throats by the Media types..you are losers. Well the Gmen proved pro bowl voting is wrong and a waste. The giants D Overcame everything. Shows you you still have to play the game and the mindless pregame hype crap means nothing. Oh and why would Romo date J Simpson? her father was there with romo and her in mexico..who brings their father on a date???? So creepy.
Greg

Cheswick, PA

#6 Jan 14, 2008
Thanks for pointing out that Crayton ran his huge, 3rd receiver trap all week. Should have also pointed out that his key drop probably lost the game for Dallas. Maybe he should have tried to catch the ball in his mouth.
KJ from Queens

Decatur, GA

#8 Jan 14, 2008
Well, Well, where are my Cowboy fans. maybe they're sharing a cry with T.O. Or maybe they're on vacation with Romo and Jessica. I posted on Friday that the G-Men would go into Dallas and take the game. All I requested is that I hear from all of these Cowboy fans. Please show up guys, unlike your team did yesterday!!!

Go Big Blue!!!!!
Vienna

Scarborough, ME

#9 Jan 14, 2008
Hey, I've got a great idea, why not name the new Mets stadium after me? Citi Field my arse! Wouldn't all you losers love to come down to Flushing to see a ball game at Donaldson Park? Aw who cares what you think anyway, you'll all sub-genius mornons!
Tory in NC

Greensboro, NC

#10 Jan 14, 2008
The media can hype up the stars, and the names but you can't hype HEART. Good job G-Men. Be careful next week, get that conservative at the end in Green Bay and I doubt Bret Favre will go 0-2.
man

New York, NY

#11 Jan 14, 2008
Pete Gogolak wrote:
This is the same guy who wanted to fire the coach, trade the quaterback, and dismantle the team. The media are the biggest second guessers around. They never played the game, but the talk like they did.
They are setting you up people, should the Giants lose next week just wait tll you see what they write. Do you think they'll thank the Giants for a giving us a great run? Do you think they'll write about the great job the coach and quaterback did? Nope, they'll knock them all next week.
touche'. Glauber writes this article as a NY writer? "unlikely win next week", unlikly win yest" etc, ya know what Glauber, i have an idea. put the pen down, strap on some pads and go out there. stand there while Whitten runs at you and see if you can take him down. run coverage in a route where you need to cover T.O. and see if he doesnt eat popcorn while burnin you for a score. line up opposite Strahan and see if you can budge him even a step backwards. i dont want to see not one more article from you about the Giants until you do any of those things...
THOSE THAT CAN DO, THOSE THAT CAN'T WRITE ABOUT IT!
Who's with me ?
Brian

Franklin Square, NY

#12 Jan 14, 2008
Poor Tony Romo looked kinda sad after R.W.'s pick secured the game. I felt bad for him for a second. Then I realized, this lucky SOB is gonna go to Jessica's house and hit that. I envy the SOB.
Favre Fan

New York, NY

#13 Jan 14, 2008
Well, it is going to be bitter cold at The Frozen Tundra of Lambeau Field this Sunday. Something the Packers are used to, but the Giants are not. Another thing the Giants will have to deal with....shrinkage!
Paul

Glendale, AZ

#14 Jan 14, 2008
Giants won't make it...It will be the Pats and the Pack in the big game...
Paul

Glendale, AZ

#15 Jan 14, 2008
Brian wrote:
Poor Tony Romo looked kinda sad after R.W.'s pick secured the game. I felt bad for him for a second. Then I realized, this lucky SOB is gonna go to Jessica's house and hit that. I envy the SOB.
It will be poor Eli next week pal...
Ali Haji Sheikh

New York, NY

#16 Jan 14, 2008
Eli woke up with the Olsen twins. Poot Terrell, nobody want to interview a crybaby. Maybe the Giants can sign Aaron Glen. check out "2007 cowboys in 8 seconds" on you tube. hilarious.
peter

Bronx, NY

#17 Jan 14, 2008
Favre Fan wrote:
Well, it is going to be bitter cold at The Frozen Tundra of Lambeau Field this Sunday. Something the Packers are used to, but the Giants are not. Another thing the Giants will have to deal with....shrinkage!
that is actually pretty funny...

if there is a team that is used to the cold weather/wind/snow, it would be the Giants or maybe the Bears. weather is just an excuse....
Cowboy Fan Since 71

United States

#18 Jan 14, 2008
Great Job by the G-Man yesterday and congratulations. Your team played like they wanted to win while the Cowboys played like dumba$$es with the anointment water and scared to lose. The Cowboys managed to shoot themselves in the foot again and again and they beat themselves Period! If I had to point the finger, I would say the defense and the offensive line lost the game together with Patrick Crayton who should have been cut immediately after the game.

I was one of the few Cowboys fans who said I was not sold on Romo from the beginnig of the season. The guy only had one playoff start prior to yesterday and JJ decided to give him a contract extension midway through the season. Win two or three playoff games and maybe you can get an extension.

Romo reminds me of nothing more than Danny White with a little more talent! True Cowboys fans should know who Danny White is and how much we suffered with him as QB. He wasn't as bad as Scott Bruner was for the Giants, but Danny White managed to "lay the egg" in the big games.

I'm not one of those obnoxius Cowboys fans because I've been through many lean years. We are not anoninted to go to the SB every year. You have to EARN it as a team.
Get Real

Hinesburg, VT

#19 Jan 14, 2008
Brian wrote:
Poor Tony Romo looked kinda sad after R.W.'s pick secured the game. I felt bad for him for a second. Then I realized, this lucky SOB is gonna go to Jessica's house and hit that. I envy the SOB.
What makes you think Jessica will hang around now that Romo has lost it?
RACE

Miami, FL

#20 Jan 14, 2008
Who cares, not like Jessica is going out with Eli anyway! Besides 60 Min in the cold then off to phoenix!!

LET'S GO GIANTS!!!
LET'S GO GIANTS!!!
LET'S GO GIANTS!!!

I have been doing this all day, hope I dont get fired.
Favre Fan wrote:
Well, it is going to be bitter cold at The Frozen Tundra of Lambeau Field this Sunday. Something the Packers are used to, but the Giants are not. Another thing the Giants will have to deal with....shrinkage!
Ali Haji Sheikh

New York, NY

#21 Jan 14, 2008
Hey Cowboy fan, it took alot of guts for you to comeback to this board. Phillips helped us immensely by scrapping the barbarian offense that had us on the ropes. Not using whitten was also a break. TO - hahahaha!

See ya'll next yeah, gotta go to siberia.
Southern G-men

Savannah, GA

#22 Jan 14, 2008
Favre Fan wrote:
Well, it is going to be bitter cold at The Frozen Tundra of Lambeau Field this Sunday. Something the Packers are used to, but the Giants are not. Another thing the Giants will have to deal with....shrinkage!
I thought the Giant's play outside
in the North Jersey swamp.
While Giant's Stadium is a little
farther south than Lambo Field,
it still get's cold there.
The Giants are not afraid of the
cold. If you ever sat at Giant's
stadium In Nov or December in the
rain or the snow you would know
what I'm talking about..

Go Giants...

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