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Manning, Giants won't take back seat to Romo, Cowboys

There are 6 comments on the Courier News story from Nov 9, 2007, titled Manning, Giants won't take back seat to Romo, Cowboys. In it, Courier News reports that:

The guys on the Giants' offense are getting a kick out of all the questions being asked about whether their defense can stop Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys. via Courier News

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Since: Dec 06

Georgetown, Texas

#1 Nov 9, 2007
Giant's are talking some trash and I would advise them to be careful since I don't think they have beat a team with a winning record.
Cowboyfansince75

Friendswood, TX

#2 Nov 9, 2007
Let them talk. We will just give them a beating and go home.
newanarchy

Dallas, TX

#3 Nov 9, 2007
Cowboyfansince75 wrote:
Let them talk. We will just give them a beating and go home.
Don't bet the farm.
Cowboyfansince75

Friendswood, TX

#4 Nov 9, 2007
newanarchy wrote:
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Don't bet the farm.
I am not. If you have seen my other posts on this issue, I have made it clear that the Giants need this game way more than the Cowboys do. After all, if Dallas wins, the Giants will be in a hole nearly impossible to climb out of, having lost both head-to-head games and 3 games inside the conference. On the other hand, should the Giants play a great game and edge out Dallas, that would be the first loss in the NFC for the Cowboys, and assuming they beat Washington at home next week and the Giants beat Detroit (a serious "if", in deference to your Lions fanhood), tie breakers would push the Cowboys back into first place going into the Thanksgiving game against the Jets. NY will have good reason to play their best game Sunday. Yet all I have heard is how much healthier and better they are than last time, well, so are the Cowboys...They are healthier in the secondary with Newman and even a limited Henry, better at OLB with Ellis in opposite of Ware, deeper at NT with Tank (anything he gives us besides rest for Ratliff is bonus), and the offense isn't taking a quarter and 1/2 to get rolling, firing on all cyllinders from start to finish now. with a sense of urgency within the Giants organization keep it close, or even help them pull it out? It could, but I would not be surprised either if Giants fans are exiting the building in disgust, just a little later on than the Philly fans did...
newanarchy

Dallas, TX

#5 Nov 9, 2007
Cowboyfansince75 wrote:
<quoted text>I am not. If you have seen my other posts on this issue, I have made it clear that the Giants need this game way more than the Cowboys do. After all, if Dallas wins, the Giants will be in a hole nearly impossible to climb out of, having lost both head-to-head games and 3 games inside the conference. On the other hand, should the Giants play a great game and edge out Dallas, that would be the first loss in the NFC for the Cowboys, and assuming they beat Washington at home next week and the Giants beat Detroit (a serious "if", in deference to your Lions fanhood), tie breakers would push the Cowboys back into first place going into the Thanksgiving game against the Jets. NY will have good reason to play their best game Sunday. Yet all I have heard is how much healthier and better they are than last time, well, so are the Cowboys...They are healthier in the secondary with Newman and even a limited Henry, better at OLB with Ellis in opposite of Ware, deeper at NT with Tank (anything he gives us besides rest for Ratliff is bonus), and the offense isn't taking a quarter and 1/2 to get rolling, firing on all cyllinders from start to finish now. with a sense of urgency within the Giants organization keep it close, or even help them pull it out? It could, but I would not be surprised either if Giants fans are exiting the building in disgust, just a little later on than the Philly fans did...
Can't argue with any of that, hope it's a good game.
Cowboyfansince75

Friendswood, TX

#6 Nov 12, 2007
newanarchy wrote:
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Can't argue with any of that, hope it's a good game.
Not so good. Last time Dallas beat them by 10, this time 11, and Romo is now 4-0 vs anyone named Manning!

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