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LOL @ Liberal reference to Mitt Romney's hair being messed up. Shaughnessy wouldn't be true to his elite Liberal calling if he said that about John Edwards.Also, Shaughnessy ought to bone up on his grammar so that he can correctly use the word 'than' instead of 'then.' But I'm sure Shaughnessy will blame some editor for the following miscue:"We had a great season, we just didn't win the game," said Brady, who appeared less then 100 percent healthy..."
In New England, the church bells all are broken.Yet another lame quote from a lame song from a lame group. Can't say I'm surprised...
Is anyone going to give credit to the Giants for a great gameplan and design for their blitzes rather than calling this a Patriots' choke or stunning upset? Maybe I'm in denial but weren't the Giants SUPPOSED to be an elite team this year but severely underachieved during the regular season? I really don't see how this is that BIG of an upset.
And what lame "group" did that "lame song," eh Roger? And if you find another "lame song" with lyrics that have been as discussed as much as this "lame quote" in a "lame song" by a lame "group," kindly let us all know.Otherwise stop parading your ignorance.
that song is damn near 40 years old. it is a lame reference.
The Giants blitzes don't need praise. They hardly blitzed at all. All that pressure was generated with pretty much just the front four.
anonymous #3, here is how it was a big upset -1 - the Giants were a mediocre team that turned it on in the playoffs and even then needed Tony Romo and Brett Favre to bail them out and then needed a miraculous play by Eli Manning after they blew a 10-7 fourth-quarter lead.2 - The Giants' pass rush ultimately wore out and they couldn't stop the Patriots from taking the lead with 2:42 to go.
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