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    Giants-Chiefs

    Please let this be the game the Giants turn it around. Come on Giants, bring a fight!

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    That crowd noise is going to wreak havoc on our O.

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    Giants looking better on D and ST so far. Now we need the O to step up!

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    Jeez, they are letting Alex Smith run right up the middle all day untouched. Ridiculous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by broncoslover115 View Post
    Jeez, they are letting Alex Smith run right up the middle all day untouched. Ridiculous.
    You'd think they'd put a spy on him after the first 20 times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LSIGRAD09 View Post
    You'd think they'd put a spy on him after the first 20 times.
    I know. Duh!

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    Nice 69 yard pass to Cruz. 7-7

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    Chiefs look insignificant.
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    Giants look inept in every phase of the game. Chiefs are improved from last year, but still don't look dominant to me. Giants look awful, though.

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    Giants-Steelers-Jaguars. The Steelers are the best of the bunch.

    Otherwise, Worst teams in the league.

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    I don't know guys... KC looks like twice the team they were last year in every category..

    I still don't feel too threatened by them. Who knows how long it will last. But you never know, they are playing very good. (2012 Texans?)

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    I think the Giants could have had the game if they had an o line.
    The Giants D held for most of the game until the Giants' wheels finally fell off.

    KC is good, but KC's offense still doesn't strike me as incredibly threatening. I don't see why teams keep TURNING THE BALL OVER. KC runs riot on that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LSIGRAD09 View Post
    I think the Giants could have had the game if they had an o line.
    The Giants D held for most of the game until the Giants' wheels finally fell off.

    KC is good, but KC's offense still doesn't strike me as incredibly threatening. I don't see why teams keep TURNING THE BALL OVER. KC runs riot on that!
    Here's the thing about teams who's opponents 'keep turning it over on them', usually they do something to cause it lol.

    Certain teams are just good at creating turnovers, especially against pass heavy teams. The Bears are the most famous for it. The Giants though, have struggled with turnovers all year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LSIGRAD09 View Post
    I think the Giants could have had the game if they had an o line.
    The Giants D held for most of the game until the Giants' wheels finally fell off.

    KC is good, but KC's offense still doesn't strike me as incredibly threatening. I don't see why teams keep TURNING THE BALL OVER. KC runs riot on that!
    I think the issue with turnovers is that we have two elite pass rushers on either side of the line, our NT is playing as good as any other interior d lineman in the game, 3 of our 4 starting secondary players are close to Pro-Bowl level if not already there, and Derrick Johnson is out there playing as good as ever.

    Plus, Dunta Robinson isn't a horrid nickel back (starting, as we saw yesterday he is average) and Marcus Cooper was fantastic yesterday against a solid receiving corps.
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