G-Men lose a tough one

Eli looked like shit, the running game didn’t do much and the defense was OK. BUT WHO CARES? THE YANKEES ARE GOING TO THE WORLD SERIES!!!!!!!!!

Again, sorry for steering away from the G-Men, but it’s early in the season and they’re still atop the division.

However, if the Giants don’t step it up next week they could be in some serious trouble. In Philly for a 1:00 p.m. start, with the Yanks facing the Phils later that night right across the street in a World Series game. Holy shit. What a great rivalry day. Let’s hope it goes in favor of NY. Also next Sunday, not related to NY sports at all, Brett Favre is playing in Lambeau Field for a team not named the Packers. November 1, 2009 could be one of the greatest days in sports in a long time.

After next week, the G-Men will have my undivided attention. I promise. No more mention of the Yankees and more in depth analysis of Big Blue. So please bear with me while the Yanks make a run at the World Series title, and LET’S GO G-MEN!!!!!!!

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  • GiantsCauseway

    Eli proved once again he cannot win a game with his arm alone. Mario Manningham is the receiver we always thought he was, butter fingered. The game plan failed because there was no game plan. If the helmet to helmet shot Boss took was on a Patriot Refs would be coming out of retirement to throw flags. Coughlin has perfected the confused look on the sidelines. Giants don’t match up well with the Eagles. Could be another long afternoon.

  • Andrew

    I couldn’t agree more about the helmet shot on Boss; if that hit was laid upon a Patriot the guy would’ve been kicked out of the league.
    Also, it seems the Giants kind of quit in the third quarter (much like the Saints game).