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Official Gameday Thread: Packers vs Giants

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by Wood Chipper, Nov 24, 2011.

  1. DocSkittles

    DocSkittles Cheesehead

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    Its hold be a good game. I'm glad the Pack is over the hump of the past three games and now has over a week to rest and prep for the Giants. Hopefully I'll make it back to my camp overseas before the game so I can watch it unfold.

    Go Pack Go!
     
  2. Dan115

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    Good luck to you.
     
  3. Poppa San

    Poppa San SB I trophy First of four Staff Member Moderator

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    Couldn't the Packers clinch a playoff birth with a victory over the G-men along with one more Atlanta or Detroit loss?
     
  4. Bogart

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    If the Lions lose, and the Bears too, I think we already have the division with that. Will clinch the #1 seed at 12 or 13 wins, matters how good the Niners and Saints are with their record.
     
  5. DevilDon

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    Good point Bogie. After Nick Collins, loss of Sam Shields for a couple of games, cast on Burnett, arm of Tramon, Hawk and Bishop out, Neal out (back finally) the superlative coaching of this team can't be denied. If you're a fan of an opposing team you just have to cry in your cereal the morning after a loss. It doesn't seem anything can faze or shock them.
    Your point about the 9er offense finding a way against the Giants defense hits spot-on. The Packers are going to score on this team and walk away victorious.
     
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  6. Bogart

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    Against teams with elite quarterbacks I don't think the Giants are all that.


    Sure they may have beat New England, which isn't really fascinating to me considering the Pats were down on a slump, and Brady is forcing the ball to Welker too much.

    Brees is going to tear their asses up, as will Rodgers. The Giants have serious problems if they intercept Vince Young 3 times and can't win a game, that's just pathetic.
     
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  7. realcaliforniacheese

    realcaliforniacheese A-Rods Boss

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    We win out and all is mute. Still some good games to go but I have made room reservations for GB the weekend of Jan 22. "IF YOU RESERVE IT THEY WILL COME"
     
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  8. GBPack2010

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    If our OL can hold up against the DL, this game will be like last year's beating. If not, I guess it'll be another heart stopping win. I really love/hate those.
     
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  9. Loran

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    At least tickets got a lot cheaper after this performance by the Giants.
     
  10. whoartthou

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    after watching the saints vs giants today... saints look like legit superbowl contenders
     
  11. Bogart

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    What I tell you guys?

    The Saints BEAT THE **** OUT OF THEM as I predicted.


    The Giants defense gave up over 577 yards on defense, but let me correct myself, those last 2 drives were them "running the score up" as some opposing fans love to blame on the Saints and Packers this year, after their team gets their asses kicked so bad.

    After that dirty hit on Jimmy Graham, I was glad they scored again. The Giants play like a bunch of street thugs when they are getting beat down really bad, and Coughlin is no help. No different than how ****** they acted towards the Colts last year when they were losing really bad.

    Despite the huge win I must say that was the worst officiated game I have seen all year long. There is no excuse that the Giants lost this bad when they were getting every BS call they cried for and the Saints barely got any.


    One thing that does worry me is dirty hits next week, they tried to kill Jimmy Graham and I am glad he wasn't hurt, he's a tough kid, but after seeing that I am really worried the Giants are going to try and clock some of our guys and hurt them when they are losing so bad.
     
  12. Jules

    Jules The Colts Fan

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    Osi Umenyiora could be out Sunday and longer.
     
  13. Loran

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    Hes out Sunday.
     
  14. Dan115

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    That is good news for The Packers O line.
     
  15. Croak

    Croak Terminally twisted.

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    35-14 Packers. This one won't even look close.
     
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  16. longtimefan

    longtimefan Super Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

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    Yup, we just need to handle their D-L then it should be a win
     
  17. bozz_2006

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    I'm interested to see how EVD plays and how the o-line plays as a whole. I think Sitton has been playing injured all year.
     
  18. EmDiggy

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    Good evening Packers fans! Good luck this week!

    Em
     
  19. longtimefan

    longtimefan Super Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

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  20. Mr. StyleZ

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    Speaking of the Giants D-Line..

    Last time he did this, the Giants sacked Cutler 9 times.. lol
     
  21. ExpatPacker

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    I'm really amazed at how this guy Emory Hunt consistently picks the Packers to lose. He picked TB, the Lions and now the Giants to win. /shrug.
     
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  22. Greenbayphil

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    You picked the Giants??

    Man, I think you need to rethink your career if you want to make it as an analyst :p
     
  23. cheesehurdler

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    There's no football team that fights more than one with their backs against the wall.

    However, the Giants had their backs against the wall since the loss to the 49ers, and when they played against the Eagles and the Saints on MNF, they played like they just didn't care. They had the same attitude last year after the Desean Jackson punt return to boot them out of the NFC East race, and the Packers crushed them 45-17. It's not like the season is lost, either. If they won, they'd be in the playoffs.

    I predict the same thing will happen this week, although Strahan perking them up could make a difference.
     
  24. Jules

    Jules The Colts Fan

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    Possibly. But, it's Thursday and the game is on Sunday. The Giants need a leader on the team to step up and take charge on game day more to me. Sometimes this stuff works with a voice from the past for motivation. Sometimes it does not and may not matter if you just are not good enough. I mean, the Colts apparently had Tony Dungy speak to them days before the SNF against New Orleans. :confused:


    http://espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/sto...michael-strahan-gives-pep-talk-defensive-line

    lmao
     
  25. CaptnRobb82

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    I dont know about anyone else, but I am really glad that Drew Brees has taken the spotlight off of Aaron Rodgers this week. It gives Rodgers some room to breath and not worry about the hype.
     

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