I see the Giants putting a beatdown on the Saints

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  1. kreidertime

    kreidertime Well-Known Member

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    The crap that has happened against them the last 2 years isn't going to happen this year. The Dallas QB was afraid to take a hit and hold the ball to go down field. So Giants didn't have a sack. Brees won't be and he's going to get hammered by the pass rush. Giants also have 3 outstanding corners.
     
  2. Messiah717

    Messiah717 Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Saints are usually a much different team on the road. They don't score nearly as much. This is a game the Giants should and need to win.
     
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    cagedlion "I am the problem, and I am the solution."

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    I'll say this..........if they do not get a W against these Saints, they should hang their collective
    heads in shame. Giants 30 - NO 19
     
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    cagedlion "I am the problem, and I am the solution."

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    It's like pulling teeth to get the Giant offense into fluid motion. They look very static.....getting yards
    not as easy as I thought vs. this Saints defense.
     
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    cagedlion "I am the problem, and I am the solution."

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    The Giant offensive line has big problems. They are being outplayed and pushed around like little wooden toys.
    Eli has problems out there thanks to his OL. Saints look to be the better team on D and it's only the 2nd quarter.
     
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    Messiah717 Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Ugly indeed with I'll take 2-0. They will have a chance to drop Washington to 0-3 next week.
     
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    cagedlion "I am the problem, and I am the solution."

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    ^^^^^why do I think it will be no easy task with this team? Lol
     
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    The defense has looked good. The offensive line still stinks but the offense is still really good. I don't expect a repeat of today. It was just a very odd game.
     
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    cagedlion "I am the problem, and I am the solution."

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    This coming week all we are going to hear is Josh Norman vs. Odell Beckham Jr. But Jints have
    other formidable WRs. Just wish the running game can get going, but that would mean
    improvements on the OL.
     
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    With Cruz and Sheppard running around out there I don't care what they do with Norman. Very big early game on a few fronts. Hand Washington an 0-3 record, move to 3-0 and also start the season with two wins over NFC East opponents.
     
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    Eli to Cruz sets up Giants win again, 16-13 over Saints

    If you missed Victor Cruz's clutch return to the NFL last week after missing more than a season, the 29-year-old New York Giants receiver offered an encore in Week 2.

    Cruz, who had a winning fourth-quarter touchdown catch against Dallas last week, hauled in a 34-yard third-down pass from Eli Manning to set up Josh Brown's winning 23-yard field goal as time expired and the Giants got off to their first 2-0 start since 2009 with a 16-13 win over New Orleans Saints on Sunday.

    Read more http://www.espn.com/nfl/recap?gameId=400874529
     

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