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January 13th, 2008, 10:25 PM

Nothing better than going to Texas and whipping the 'Pokes.

January 14th, 2008, 07:03 AM
Jessica Simpson must have been at Texas Stadium yesterday :eek:

It was a good game though... I still coming to terms that the Colts lost though

January 14th, 2008, 07:42 AM
Dallas Fans


Oh, I get it. Togas, Romans, Romo. Works if you're buzzed.



January 14th, 2008, 10:04 AM
Yeah it was funny watching that game. Romo fumbled the ball in his first postseason game. Threw a pick in his seceond. I'm guessing the next time, he will be sacked..

January 14th, 2008, 11:28 AM
Who was crying in the postgame interviews?

Talk about a heartbreaker, that guy was ready for a hankie.

January 14th, 2008, 11:47 AM
Good ol' Terrell Owens...

For anyone who is interested:


January 14th, 2008, 11:52 AM
I think you're not supposed to run into your own offensive line.

Phenomenal Giants defense in this game.

ali r.

January 14th, 2008, 12:02 PM
Talk about a heartbreaker, that guy was ready for a hankie.At last years playoff game in Seattle, Romo fumbled the hold for a field goal attempt.

After the game, he cried.


January 14th, 2008, 12:16 PM
Lol. As a Eagles fan, it was good to see the Cowboys loose and to see T.O. out of the playoffs. :) I think T.O. knows the window is closing on his career. I believe is 32 and he might have a few good years left. With Romo at the helm, he might not even make it to the NFC championship game...

January 14th, 2008, 01:39 PM
Sheeeesh ... Texans :cool:

Give me BASEBALL (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rKr8QzjixJ4) anyday.

January 14th, 2008, 02:09 PM
Snipets of trash talk:

After the Cowboys came to Giants Stadium and beat the Giants 31-20 in November, Giants running back Brandon Jacobs took a swipe at [Cowboys wide receiver Patrick] Crayton, who caught a TD pass in that game. After the game, Crayton said the Cowboys had proven they were in a different class.

"That's not a fair assessment," Jacobs said. "It's unfair of him to say that because he (stinks), first of all."

More comments by Crayton:

..."It's just funny that those guys talk," the Cowboys wide receiver said yesterday. "They talk every time we get ready to play them. I've learned that when players have to talk about another team like that, No. 1, either they're scared, or No. 2, they're trying to talk themselves into thinking they can do it. I think they're trying to talk themselves into believing they can do it."

..."I think they realize we're not Tampa Bay. We're a little bit better than Tampa Bay."

..."Even if T.O. is at 85 or 90 percent, that's better than most receivers in this league," Crayton said. "He can still run by you. Just ask Sam Madison."

After the game…..

Brandon Jacobs, who had been the focal point of verbal abuse all week, could not wait to add his two cents.

"They might have had a chance to win if Patrick Crayton didn't drop the two key passes," Jacobs said. "It was so sweet to see him drop those passes which would have given them some momentum. But he dropped them and they lost the game and we're moving on."

"Patrick Crayton, I'll see you next year."


More from The Daily News (http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/2008/01/14/2008-01-14_patrick_craytons_drops_lift_giants-2.html)

January 14th, 2008, 02:49 PM



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January 14th, 2008, 05:10 PM
As a die-hard Giants fan, this is oh so sweet. Hey T.O. get your popcorn ready....to watch the Giants take on the Pakers. Maybe T.O. should of caught the ball with his mouth since it's big enough to fit a damm football in there. Cry T.O. you pansy crybaby!!!

Silly rednecks, football is for Giants, not Cowgirls!!

January 16th, 2008, 12:23 PM

Nice running attack early......


But it was no match for the ferocious and intense GIANT defense late in the game ....


Swarming the Cowboy offense making Romo look like Bambi in headlights...


And poor TO, as he couldn't contain his feminine side

sniff, sniff.....awwww

I'm sure the next time he eats popcorn it wont go down too well.

In all fairness " them Cowboys " did :

win the division with a fancy 13-3 season
beat the Giants twice
and had like 12 probowlers........All meaningless now. As the Giants are the first wild card team to knock off the top seed in the NFC, you know, "them Cowboys".
Dallas can keep all those cute little regular season "accomplishments" ...

Cuz the GIANTS are going to the NFC Championship baby ! !
(and Dallas is gonna be in their couches eating popcorn)



January 16th, 2008, 01:13 PM
Yeah the Cowboys won the NFC East. What that's going to give them? A T-shirt and a banner? I tell ya, it ain't nothing better than to listen to the FAN and hear the Smooze KILL the Cowboys. :)

January 17th, 2008, 03:14 PM
Now I know the world is coming to an end...

WED., JAN 16, 2008 - 10:56 PM
Man cited after forcing son to wear Packers jersey
Portage Daily Register

A 36-year-old Pardeeville man accusing of tying up his 7-year-old son with tape Saturday after the boy refused to wear a Green Bay Packers sweatshirt during the divisional playoff game against Seattle said the incident was a joke that "got blown way out of proportion."

Matthew Kowald was arrested Monday on tentative felony charges of causing mental harm to a child and false imprisonment, but was issued only a disorderly conduct citation for the incident.
Kowald reportedly forced a Packers sweatshirt on the boy, who told his father he refused to root for the Packers and was told by Kowald that anyone who said that would be grounded. Columbia County Lt. Wayne Smith said Kowald restrained the boy with tape for about an hour and taped the shirt to him.

"He wanted the juvenile to be a Packers fan, and I would suggest he went about it the wrong way," Smith said.
Kowald was arrested after the boy's mother, Kowald's wife, told authorities about the incident. Smith said it sounded strange at first, but the mother took pictures with her cell phone.

Kowald pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct Wednesday after he was released from the Columbia County Jail, Smith said. He paid a fine of $186.
Columbia County District Attorney Jane Kohlwey said there was not enough evidence against Kowald to support felony charges.
Kowald's wife also filed a restraining order on Wednesday, Smith said, adding that other domestic issues have surfaced, though he wouldn't elaborate.
Kowald said Wednesday that his son was challenging him in a friendly manner by saying he would not root for the Packers. In a joking manner, Kowald said he told his son to put on the Packers shirt and his son refused, throwing it back at him in jest, Kowald said.

In a continuation of that joke, Kowald said he tied the boy up and that his son was laughing at first. "It was like if you buried someone in the sand," Kowald said. "My wife was sitting right there, taking pictures, laughing."

"Then he couldn't get out and he got upset and that's it. It lasted a minute," Kowald added. "I didn't mean no harm, and he knows that, but I haven't been able to tell him that," because Kowald had not been allowed contact with him.

January 17th, 2008, 03:37 PM

January 18th, 2008, 10:05 AM
Corzine bets on Giants -- with tomatoes

by The Associated Press
Friday January 18, 2008, 6:57 AM

New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine is wagering a case of Jersey Fresh tomatoes that the Giants will defeat the Green Bay Packers Sunday.

Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle has bratwurst on the line

The Giants may claim to be from New York, but they play in Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, as do the New York Jets. Technically, the only pro football team to play in New York is the Buffalo Bills.

Doyle is also betting bratwurst with New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer, who is offering pastrami.

And Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt is betting New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

Schmitt put up a gift basket with 17 cheese spreads from U.S. Specialty Cheese, 20 strip steaks from Smithfield Beef, and 3 pounds of chocolate from Beerntsen's Candies. He also promised to toss in a pair of cheese wedge sunglasses from Cheese Shades, according to a news release from his office. All the companies are based in Green Bay.

Bloomberg bet a 10-pound New York-style cheesecake from Manhattan's Carnegie Deli, a case of Brooklyn Lager from Brooklyn Brewery, and 20 pounds of Porterhouse steak and six bottles of steak sauce from Peter Luger Steakhouse in Brooklyn.

January 21st, 2008, 03:39 PM
Where are the Brats?

January 24th, 2008, 02:22 PM
Tony Romo punts Jessica Simpson


Thursday, January 24th 2008, 4:00 AM

At least they'll always have Mexico.

Dallas Cowboys star Tony Romo has reportedly dumped Jessica Simpson, who was widely blamed for costing him a shot at the Super Bowl.

"Tony is now starting to blame her himself," a pal told OK! magazine. "Before dating Jessica, he was Texas' golden boy. Now he's become a joke."

A few days after the Giants bounced the Cowboys from the playoffs, Romo called the "Dukes of Hazzard" star to tell her their romance was over.

"He said he thought it was better if they went back to being friends," a pal of hers said.

A final breaking point came when Romo told Simpson he wouldn't move to L.A. - and she responded there was no way she could leave Tinseltown.

"It was the moment he realized it wasn't going to work with Jessica in the long term," the pal told OK!.

NY Daily News (http://www.nydailynews.com/gossip/2008/01/24/2008-01-24_tony_romo_punts_jessica_simpson.html)

January 24th, 2008, 03:29 PM
You're next, Gisele.

January 24th, 2008, 06:39 PM
You're next, Gisele.

lol. Sure blame the girlfriend, Romo!!!

September 18th, 2009, 06:45 PM

For a NY football fan, it doesn't get any better than this. At 1PM on Sunday, the Jets home opener has the hated Patriots in. A rookie QB, rookie head coach who said Belichick is a better coach than him, and national attention. There are many coaches around the NFL who'd like to see Belichick eat a loss.

At 8PM, the Giants help the Cowboys open their brand new $1.2 billion stadium with the stupid do-over giant video screen (http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=4415658).

Another Monday recovery is in order. Checked the forecast - sunny, 70s. Will relax at the beach, and watch the birds migrate.

Hmm. That Gisele remark was prophetic.

September 19th, 2009, 06:07 AM
What is the point in that screen?

September 19th, 2009, 12:05 PM
Texas-size ego...Jerry Jones.

September 21st, 2009, 12:19 AM

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Tynes' field goal as time expires spoils Cowboys' home debut

Associated Press

IRVING, Texas -- Lawrence Tynes (http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/players/profile?playerId=3413) sent home the largest crowd in NFL regular season history muttering about what might've been.
Tynes kicked a 37-yard field goal as time expired, giving the New York Giants (http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/clubhouse?team=nyg) a 33-31 victory over the turnover-prone Dallas Cowboys (http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/clubhouse?team=dal) on Sunday night and ruining the debut of their rival's $1.15 billion stadium.

The Cowboys (1-1) went ahead 31-30 on a touchdown run by Felix Jones (http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/players/profile?playerId=11256) with 3:40 left. It was the seventh lead change of a game in which neither team led by more than six points and it didn't last.

Eli Manning (http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/players/profile?playerId=5526) drove New York 56 yards in seven plays. He got out of a first-and-20 on his 15 to start it and converted two third downs, including one on a tipped pass caught by Mario Manningham (http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/players/profile?playerId=11329). Tynes actually made the winning kick twice; Dallas called time just before the first one was snapped, so he had to do it again.

"Well we just knew we had to go and get in field goal range," Manning said. "We had enough time, we had timeouts."

A crowd of 105,121 that included former President George W. Bush and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell began filling Cowboys Stadium more than four hours before kickoff. There were all sorts of ceremonies to mark the occasion, but the tight game was the biggest treat -- well, until the end, as far as the locals were concerned.

Other than field goals on their first and last drives, the Giants' other 27 points all were set up by turnovers. New York (2-0) scored three touchdowns off interceptions of Tony Romo (http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/players/profile?playerId=5209) and won despite losing defensive end Justin Tuck (http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/players/profile?playerId=8488) to a shoulder injury and receiver Domenik Hixon (http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/players/profile?playerId=9716) to a sprained knee.

Manning was 25 of 38 for 330 yards with 22-yard touchdowns to Mario Manningham and Steve Smith (http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/players/profile?playerId=2622). Each caught 10 passes, with Manningham's covering 150 yards and Smith's going for 134. They had to rely on Manning's arm because Dallas limited Brandon Jacobs (http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/players/profile?playerId=8524) to 58 yards and Ahmad Bradshaw (http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/players/profile?playerId=10693) to 37.

On one of the biggest settings of his career, Romo turned in one of his worst outings. He was 13 of 29 for 127 yards with a touchdown and those three interceptions. The first was returned for a touchdown, the second was a bit of a fluke (it bounced up off Jason Witten (http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/players/profile?playerId=4527)'s shoe) and the third a punt-like heave into double coverage.

It was his fewest yards in a full game and his passer rating of 29.6 was the second-lowest of his career.

The Cowboys stayed in it thanks to their running game. Marion Barber (http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/players/profile?playerId=8523) ran for 124 yards and a touchdown and Jones added 96. Jones also had a fumble of a kickoff that led to a New York field goal.

"Any time you don't get any turnovers and the other (team) gets four, it's hard to overcome," Cowboys coach Wade Phillips said.

Had Tynes not made the winner, the Giants' fans might've blamed him for the loss. He'd missed a 29-yarder early in the third quarter.

Hey, any Cowboy fan who went to the game and would like to chime in and let us know how did the GAME WINNING FIELD GOAL BY THE GIANTS looked in those giant midfield screen.

Im really curious to know....do tell.

September 21st, 2009, 11:01 AM
Ha ha. I love messing with Texas. That was one sweet victory, totally wrecking their much hyped home debut in their new oversized, supersized stadium in front of their oversized, supersized crowd. Also happy that George W. got to see the GIANT loss personally. And thanks for the turnovers, Tony.

September 22nd, 2009, 12:38 AM
NY Giants-Dallas Cowboys game gets highest ratings for prime time game in 11 years

By Star-Ledger Staff
September 21, 2009, 6:15PM

Sunday night's Giants-Cowboys game had the best overnight rating ever for Sunday Night Football broadcast on NBC.

The Giants' 33-31 victory over the Cowboys in Dallas' sparkling new, $1.2 billion football palace earned a 16.5 overnight rating and a 27 share, which was the best overnight rating for an NFL game in 11 years. The ratings points refer to the percentage of television sets tuned to the program, while the share refers to the percentage of sets in use at the time of the broadcast.

The broadcast drew much bigger ratings than the Emmy Awards on CBS, which drew a 10.0 rating.

The game was the highest rated prime time game since the Denver Broncos-Miami Dolphins game on Dec. 21, 1998, drew a 17.4 rating (27 share).

September 22nd, 2009, 08:00 AM
New Giants Stadium, opens next year.

How many of you want to bet, that will be a Sunday Night game, against the Cowboys? :cool:

November 8th, 2009, 10:34 PM
WTF is up with that Swiss Cheeze Giants defense, man!

November 9th, 2009, 01:52 AM
^^^ It's hard to say what is wrong with the G-Men. They were 5-0, but lets be real, they were playing scrubs. It seems after that knocking by the Saints, the Giants haven't been the same team. They still have Philly and Dallas at home. Yesterday's game, was a must win. Now at 5-4 and sitting in third place, they need to go on a roll.

November 9th, 2009, 02:08 PM
Giants need linebackers.

With the present group, blitzing is ineffective.

Except for the Dallas game, the team tempo has been...lethargic.

On the last drive, I think it was a big blunder to try a running play on 3rd down from that far out. Even if they got close, they weren't going to go for it on 4th down; so they should have gone for the win on 3rd with a pass play into the end zone. you score and the game is effectively over. you don't, then you take the 3 points.

The only difference is a little time on the clock. But if you can't stop a TD drive in the last two minutes, you have bigger problems.

A tough game to watch in person.

December 7th, 2009, 12:24 PM
With all the talent that they have "them cowboys" can only WISH that they had the heart the NY GIANTS have and showed against "them" lone star DINKS cheap shot artists yesterday...


Go Big Blue!!!!

(BTW....where has Zippy been?? No post sinse 11/10/09)

December 7th, 2009, 01:59 PM
It was good to see the gritty team back winning a thriller, and though the Cowboys consistently have the most fans from the opposing teams, that there were so many there at the stadium yesterday it made the victory all the sweeter.

December 7th, 2009, 11:38 PM
The Wives (that group usually spells trouble for the Other Half) decided that we all needed holiday tans. So it was off to St Thomas.

Almost forgot that we had tickets to the Giants game. Sitting in the cold at the stadium, we looked like tourists checking out American football. Should have painted my face blue.

December 8th, 2009, 03:49 PM
I was at the game Section 138. What a game!!! Now we have to beat Philly to stay in the hunt; Greenbay winning last night made it all the more difficult. That easily was the most exciting game I've ever been to. The Giants never give up!

December 28th, 2009, 01:46 PM
Injuries and other physical problems notwithstanding (they might not have made the playoffs anyway), it's unbelievable how bad the Giants played yesterday.

Season on the line.
Playing a team already eliminated.
Last game at Giants Stadium.
And with LT, Harry Carson, Carl Banks and others watching on the sidelines.

The worst Giant game I've ever seen. Ever.

December 28th, 2009, 04:54 PM
Its Ironic with a capitol I that the all-but-written off Jets may make the playoffs next week, while the heralded NY Giants can't even stay in contention through the end of the season.

I suppose Irony would also demand that the Colts be beaten by the Jets in the post-season as a reward for practically throwing the game to them... but thats getting ahead of ourselves. They actually have to beat a team that (presumably) is trying to win next week

December 28th, 2009, 08:42 PM
In the context of all that ^ it almost makes sense that the Saints lost to The Amazin' Buccanners. Almost.

December 28th, 2009, 11:25 PM
They actually have to beat a team that (presumably) is trying to win next weekBengals already clinched division. They are tied with Pats for #3 seed, but Pats hold the tiebreaker. If Pats win Sunday afternoon, Bengals have nothing to play for.