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Captante

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Orlovsky's point may not be on point. Giants might have some meathead players on their roster.

Might ?? o_O

Garrett needed to be fired but he was just a symptom not the disease. The root of the problem is Dave Gettleman (GM) the man responsible for most of those players.
 
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Torn Mind

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Might ?? o_O

Garrett needed to be fired but he was just a symptom not the disease.
I believe in penance and not angering the football gods. Thus I speak in caution when mocking the Giants. Because they...still...own...Washington....:mad::p
 
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MrSquished

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I believe in penance and not angering the football gods. Thus I speak in caution when mocking the Giants. Because they...still...own...Washington....:mad::p
That and actually having one more Superbowl win, including two of the best against the pats.
 

Captante

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Contenders or not I think Seahawks/49ers is a better matchup.

KC seems to have woken up mostly and should wipe the field with Denver especially at home.

I would have rather seen Chargers@Bengals -or- Ravens@Steelers go to Sunday night.
 

Captante

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That and actually having one more Superbowl win, including two of the best against the pats.

The 1990 Championship was quite an accomplishment too.

Remember the teams those Giants stifled with that D? (like beating the 49er's without scoring a TD)
 

zinfamous

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Contenders or not I think Seahawks/49ers is a better matchup.

KC seems to have woken up mostly and should wipe the field with Denver especially at home.

I would have rather seen Chargers@Bengals -or- Ravens@Steelers go to Sunday night.
yeah whatever is going on in the season, NFC West games are always great. Those teams always play each other hard and their individual records never matter in those games. ...not be confused with NFC East teams that also might play each other "close," but that's usually a matter of incompetence and embarrassing on-field play when a lot of those games are close, haha.

Still, Ravens/Steelers should have been the other option for prime time. That's at least top 1 or 2 NFL rivalries and is also always a good game.
 
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Holding, holding, and more holding.

"NEVER GONNA LET YOU GO, I'm gonna hold you in my arms forever"
 

Torn Mind

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Back-to-back timeouts

Giant cushion on 3rd and 4.

Then Nagy gets his TO before Campbell. LOL
 

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Dak is going to feel lost and inadequate without Cooper and Lamb.

But the Raiders met their win quota this year and thus are likely to lay an egg even with such fortune falling into their lap.
 
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Captante

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Actually its looking more and more like Chucky might have been a big part of the Raiders problems on offense this season.... they're certainly playing better without him!
 

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