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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Gunny, Jan 22, 2012.
Giants shouldn't have won, like the Patriots to win it all now.
Giants will beat the Patriots
I wonder if a certain few will watch this rematch..
Taking the Giants in the Super Bowl, but to people saying the G-Men or Pats shouldn't have won (special teams matters) take these teams and play both games again tomorrow and it would go either way and be close once again.
Well you know special teams is part of the game. A fluke ST play is just as likely as a fluke fumble or interception.
This year I think we got pretty lucky. It looks like only two teams really had no business in the playoffs. I think we are getting back to a competitive era of football again.
there are so many bandwagon giants fans here in nj/ny its very annoying! would have like to seen the 49ers in the SB since I think they have the best chance to defeat NE.
I don't think the Giants will be the Pats this time around.
Were you trying to be witty?
This rematch was EARNED by both teams. Big difference.
Agree in principle. The playoff system will work better than the current system for the BCS.
My question to you though is "How many teams should be allowed to play in the 'playoff' arrangement to satisfy you?"
I don't think they would entertain anything beyond six and almost certainly limit it to four. I sure hope we don't hear the same biatching about the #5 or #7 team that "would have won it all if they had been given the chance."
If three of the teams are SEC teams, you are almost guaranteed that last part.
"Well Oregon and Stanford were having a down year! If Houston had been allowed in over Arkansas, they certainly would have beaten Alabama!"