Big day for the NY Giants

1/6/2008 Update:

Giants win! Off to Dallas next week!


The big event in town today is most certainly the Giants vs. Bucs in the second NFC Wildcard game of the weekend (Seattle crushed Washington yesterday.)

Do the G’ints have what it takes to make it to the next round? Or will the playoff drought continue another year?

Final votes..

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Monday, January 7, 2008 7:01 pm

[quote comment=”60708″][quote comment=”60540″]This picture must have been taken the night after the 2007 Super Bowl. You know, the one in which we saw the only Manning who will ever succeed and win it all.

We really should be blasting Eli though, we should be applauding him for being the first man with the Down’s syndrome to make it to the NFL. Good for you, Corky Manning!!!

… and before anyone says anything, I am a lifelong Giants fan. I hope Corky makes me eat my words, but doubtful.


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Not quite. Take it back, it’s not done cooking yet. I was referrig to winning the Super Bowl, not one playoff win in three years. Let’s not jump the gun quite yet.

Monday, January 7, 2008 4:25 pm

She’s kind of ordinary looking. Youth is on her side.

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Monday, January 7, 2008 4:06 pm

You really want proof, look at Jeff Garcia and his girfriend/wife/beard

Monday, January 7, 2008 3:43 pm

[quote comment=”60728″] It used to perplex me, too, until I realized it makes perfect sense from an evolutionary psychology standpoint.[/quote]
I just read that article. Interesting. FYI, for all their prettiness, peacocks are the damn loudest and most annoying species on the planet IMO.

Monday, January 7, 2008 3:30 pm

That picture was forwarded around the Internet a few years ago, he might even still be in college in it.

And you’re honestly shocked that women go for guys with money/fame?? It used to perplex me, too, until I realized it makes perfect sense from an evolutionary psychology standpoint.

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