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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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taxpayer

Montvale, NJ

#24 Jan 14, 2008
Looks like know it all big mouth tiki barber was wrong about coughlin. shut up big teeth and listen to the coach
man

New York, NY

#25 Jan 14, 2008
hey guys who agrees with this suggestion...off season..release Jeremy Shockey. not that he's not good player but he never shows up for voluntary camp with eli then complains when Eli not on same page, he great blocker but hates to do it, he loves catching passes but drops more than his share. he'll catch the pass up over and beyond but drops the one that lands on the #'s. i say release him or trade him for a hard hitting corner or offensive lineman, or maybe DE in prep for Strahan retiremnt, although i thought Mathias Kiwanuka was that guy. Kevin Boss did an outstanding job in his place, he catches the ball, big physical guy, and releasing Shockey will free up some $. Big Boss man seems the real deal...
KJ from Queens

Decatur, GA

#26 Jan 14, 2008
Why do all of these haters keep yapping about snow? Hello....these are the New York Giants, they play in the northeast, ya know cold, snow rain!!! Duh, who gives a rat's *** about the Frozen Tundra, we are not Seattle! Hey MAN....I'll say again I like Boss, if he can learn to block better, I'm OK with trading Shockey.

CowboyFanSince71 I applaud you for keeping your word.
Cowboy Fan Since 71

United States

#27 Jan 14, 2008
Ali Haji Sheikh wrote:
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.
I'm not a big fan of the antics of T.O. but I admire his work ethic, talent and his mindset to win. I root for him because he wears the uniform. I wouldn't root for him if he was still in SF or in Philly.
Pete Gogolak

AOL

#31 Jan 14, 2008
man wrote:
<quoted text>
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 ?
Finally! Someone who also see the media for what they are. I have been posting this all the time on so many other Newsday forums. I never find anyone else who agrees with me. Most of the younger generation of fans thinks this type of journalism is fine.
Go down the list of big mouth media types on radio, tv, and in the newspapers. They never played the game but are the first to criticize the players.
Oh and if the players ever dare ask them if they played the game, the media type quickly gets insulted.
Best line ever from one of these jerks.
After Superbowl XXXV, Chris Russo gets on Jason Sehorn's case for letting up that touchdown pass early in the game. Sehorn gets pissed and asks, "When have you ever covered a wide reciever?" Russo stammers something and ends the interview. Then without Sehorn on the phone, Russo begins to knock Sehorn for even asking him such a question and then he says, "I have watched more football then Jason Sehorn ever did." I remember laughing out loud, and if Sehorn had been on the phone he would have laughed at Russo for saying such a stupid thing.
Jer Koff

Scarborough, ME

#32 Jan 14, 2008
I think feetball is a fun game. Is it only homosexuals who play? Isn't that nice!
Southern G-men

Savannah, GA

#33 Jan 15, 2008
What a ride...
If anybody would have told us that
the G-men would be 60 mins away
from the Superbowl after a 0-2
start, I thing we woud have all told
that person that there nuts'.
Something has happened to this team.
They have that look, while they may
not be the most talented team in
the league. I think they have the
biggest heart.
Everyone on this team right now will
do what ever it takes to win.
I just hope we can keep it up..

Go G-men...
Not a Dallas Fan

Frisco, TX

#35 Jan 15, 2008
They are also one loss away from the Super Bowl.
RACE

Boca Raton, FL

#36 Jan 15, 2008
Every team is 1 loss away now. FYI every team now is 1 loss away from a SB ring too. Think about it.
Not a Dallas Fan wrote:
They are also one loss away from the Super Bowl.
giants_forever

Toronto, Canada

#37 Jan 15, 2008
add phil simms to the fox broadcasting team. reporting should be balanced not just all pro-Dallas.
Power 5

Racine, WI

#38 Jan 15, 2008
KEVIN CAMELOT wrote:
<quoted text>THE LAST TIME I LOOKED THE GIANTS DO NOT PLAY THEIR HOME GAMES IN MIAMI! AND #4 DID NOT HAVE SUCH A HOT DAY IN CHI-TOWN IM LOOKING FORWARD TO A GREAT GAME AND I THINK THAT 24HRS AGO YOUR NAME WAS "ROMO FAN" SO STOP YOUR CRYING OR ILL SEND T.O. TO YOUR HOUSE TO JOIN YOU
Hey sh*t for brains ... Favre Fan has been posting the whole season in many different forums. Talk to you (numerous times) after the Giants and Michael "the king of pre-nup" Strahan lose next weekend ...(just ask triple6vamp)
man

New York, NY

#39 Jan 16, 2008
Pete Gogolak wrote:
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Finally! Someone who also see the media for what they are. I have been posting this all the time on so many other Newsday forums. I never find anyone else who agrees with me. Most of the younger generation of fans thinks this type of journalism is fine.
Go down the list of big mouth media types on radio, tv, and in the newspapers. They never played the game but are the first to criticize the players.
Oh and if the players ever dare ask them if they played the game, the media type quickly gets insulted.
Best line ever from one of these jerks.
After Superbowl XXXV, Chris Russo gets on Jason Sehorn's case for letting up that touchdown pass early in the game. Sehorn gets pissed and asks, "When have you ever covered a wide reciever?" Russo stammers something and ends the interview. Then without Sehorn on the phone, Russo begins to knock Sehorn for even asking him such a question and then he says, "I have watched more football then Jason Sehorn ever did." I remember laughing out loud, and if Sehorn had been on the phone he would have laughed at Russo for saying such a stupid thing.
really, until you've layed the game, stood there as linebacker, stepped up into fill the hole left by the ol blocking your tackle out of the way and then got knocked on your butt by the fullback comming thru (that you didnt expect to lead)then watch and appreciate the game rather than picking apart things that were done that you cant possibly do better.
Ali Haji Sheikh

New York, NY

#40 Jan 18, 2008
How ya doin guys, enjoy the doubleheader Sunday. Maybe we can run to XLII in AZ. Our coach Soup Nazi said it in the preseason:
"Talk is cheap, play the game."
Victory goes to those who believe the longest.

Three quarterbacks, Manning, Romo and Tom Brady, go to heaven to visit God and watch the Celtics play a game. God decides who will sit next to him by asking the boys a question...

God asks Peyton Manning first: What do you believe? Peyton thinks long and hard, looks God in the eye, and says, "I believe in hard work, and in staying true to family and friends. I believe in giving. I was lucky, but I always tried to do right by my fans." God can't help but see the essential goodness of Manning, and offers him a seat to his left.

Then God turns to Tony Romo... Tony says, I, too, have been lucky, but win or lose, I've always tried to be a true sportsman, both on and off the playing fields. God is greatly moved by Tony's sincerely, and he offers him a seat to his right.

Finally, God turns to Tom Brady:
And you, Tom, what do you believe? Tom replies, I believe you're in my seat.
Not a Dallas Fan

Frisco, TX

#41 Jan 18, 2008
RACE wrote:
Every team is 1 loss away now. FYI every team now is 1 loss away from a SB ring too. Think about it.
<quoted text>
I believe that was my point, Einstein.
RACE

Miami, FL

#42 Jan 18, 2008
Then thats what you should have typed!
Not a Dallas Fan wrote:
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I believe that was my point, Einstein.
Not a Dallas Fan

Frisco, TX

#43 Jan 18, 2008
RACE wrote:
Then thats what you should have typed!
<quoted text>
I didn't realize I had to spell it out for some. I'll remember to type slowly and use small words for you in the future.
RACE

Boca Raton, FL

#44 Jan 20, 2008
That would be a big help.... thanks.
Not a Dallas Fan wrote:
<quoted text>
I didn't realize I had to spell it out for some. I'll remember to type slowly and use small words for you in the future.
Pete Gogolak

Boxborough, MA

#46 Feb 4, 2008
There are no words...

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